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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Vo1. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 6, 1979)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for: v.2, no. 21; v.3, no. 14; v.4, no. 32, and; v.8, no. 3, omitted in numbering sequence and were not published.
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Issue for Feb. 27, 1981 called also v.3, no. 8, repeating numbering of previous issue.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Nov. 12, 1982 called v.55, no. 46 in masthead, but constitutes v.4, no. 39, as stated in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Jan. 9 & 23, 1987 called v.9, no. 2 & 3, but constitute v.9, no. 1 & 2 respectively.

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Tampa, Florida Friday, September 14,1979
Price 35 Cents
Begin, Sadat Meeting
Fails to Resolve
Autonomy Issue
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fn, field representative for the Council of Jewish Federations, observing the
of Terry Aidman, Hope Burnett, chairman of the weekend Institute, Maril
jynn. Photo by Audrey Hauberwtock
ctors of Federation
ds Weekend Institute Dr. Nesher Addresses
Federation Retreat
HAIFA There was the
clinking of glasses here in toasts
by Israel Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and Egypt's
President Answar Sadat as they
ended three days of conferences
on the issues between the two
countries to be settled as part of
the peace treaty they signed last
March.
Sadat, a devout Mohammedan,
merely went through the toasting
motions, drinking nothing to seal
the friendship both leaders
repeatedly said exists in growing
steadfastness between them-
selves and their two countries.
BUT PRESIDENT Sadat an-
nounced that he intended to
shunt the waters of the Nile off
into Israel's Negev desert when
he pipes the water under the Suez
Canal in 1980 to irrigate the Sinai
Peninsula.
"Sinai will not be isolated
anymore," Sadat said. "So why
not send some of this sweet water
to the Negev?"
One of the consequences of the
meeting between Sadat and
Begin was the growing awareness
that the two countries can come
to terms without an American
presence. Also, they decided to
serve as their own overseers, in
. Continued on Page 10
ae, "There is the major issues confronting the
everyone," American Jewish community,
npa Jewish Dr. Joseph Cohen, senior con-
f directors sultant for the Department of
weekend at Field Services of the Council of
Hey in Clear- Jewish Federations, served as the
own role as conference coordinator. The
the respon- session served to point out the
apa Jewish needs of a rapidly developing
community and the areas of
Bon set the concern to which Federation
rith a clever leadership must address itself.
armup con- While the weekend proved to
rnett. Insti- have many highlights, a major
in Stein one was a presentation by
[of the first Federation president, Ben Green-
with the baum. Utilizing Maimonidies'
i, as well as eight levels of charity as his
[each board theme, Greenbaum challenged
the board as the representative
Saturday body of the Tampa Jewish com-
[ review of munity to help Tampa accept its
responsibilities for Jews locally,
nationally and overseas.
Establishing Federation and
community priorities became the
theme of the Saturday afternoon
session, chaired by Herbert
Swarzman. Four major areas
were identified by a group con-
sensus: to provide financial
support for Israel; to provide
social and welfare services for
Jews in need; to increase par-
ticipation in Jewish community
activities; and to support Jewish
education and culture. Pre-
sentations were made by Dr. Carl
Zielonka, Judy Rosenkranz and
Maril Jacobs, each identifying a
major priority for the Federation.
The board members Dar-
Continued on Page 4
Dr. Aryeh Nesher, vice
president of the University of
Haifa, addressed the weekend
retreat of the Tampa Jewish Fed-
eration during his current visit to
the United States as a special
representative of the Prime
Minister of Israel.
Speaking on the differences of
Israel facing the 1980's, Dr.
Nesher said, "For the last 30
years, we have learned how to
win wars against the desert and
against Soviet arms. Now, can we
win peace?"
Dr. Nesher emphasized that
peace usually means 1) that all
n the Boulevard Has Grand Opening
yard, the
crafts
borough
[crowd of
agency
inesday,
Khe North
ater, 214
I north of
Kennedy), is small and had to
take the hundreds of well-wishers
in small groups of 10 to 12.
"It won't always be like this,"
smiled one of the volunteer staff
of SACS, "it will calm down
when we've been open a while.
Continued on Page 10
look Store Opens
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dation,
Office at
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same as
re 9 to 5,
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I Hillel di-
n be a
dmunity.
was there a
Of Judaic
I, the discount
should make it more attractive to
give good Jewish books as gifts
Lid purchase them for one s own
library." Rabbi Kram explained
that besides the regular dis-
counted price, there would bean
additional discount tor members
and affiliates of Hillel. There will
be fiction, non-fiction, history
and songbooks all available at
"The Source."
To reach Hillel and "The
Source," exit 1-75 going east on
Fletcher to 50th Street. Turn
right on 50th Street and on the
leTt will be *2 JJJ5 I Mrs. H. Hunt, chairman of the board of the City Recreation
AptnTJf Jtr^cfo"the left Department, and Ed Finhelstein, executive director of the
ZSfiL* fiTSdfi wS Jewish Community Center shared the ribbon^utting ceremony
&St 121 i- onufeground for the grand opening of SACS on <** Boulevard^ ^^^
floor.
With all the difficulties and
with this peace being the op-
posite of a normal peace,' said
Dr. Aryeh Nesher, 'the worst
peace is better than the best
war.'
problems of enmity are solved; 2)
that the former adversaries de-
militarize; 3) that there is de-
mobilization on all sides, and 4)
that the aggressor return all
lands. "But in this peculiar
peace," said Nesher, "1) The
problems of enmity are not
solved; 2) there is no demilitar-
ization; 3) there is no demobil-
ization, and 4) instead of the
aggressor returning land, the
aggressor will receive land!
"But with all the difficulties
and with this peace being the
opposite of a normal peace," Dr.
Nesher continued, "the worst
peace is better than the best
war."
Describing the price of peace as
including the loss of oil, the re-
location of Yaamit, loss of the
fout airfields, and the cost of
additional surveillance (due to
the loss of Mitla and Gideon
passes), Dr. Nesher pointed out
that the Israeli budget will in-
crease by $4 billion and last
year's total budget was $15
billion. "This is almost a one-
third increase for peace."


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The Jewish Floridian ofTampa_
Friday. Sepu>ob.
Vance Absolves U.S. Jews Of Young's Exit
Edwin Maley directs Florida School of Judo
Judo School Has
20th Anniversary
Edwin Maley, director, in-
structor and judo professor (sixth
degree black belt) of the Florida
School of Judo, will be
celebrating the school's 20th year
in Tampa with a three-day
schedule of special events the end
of this month. By special proc-
lamation. Mayor William F. Poe
of Tampa has declared Sept. 23-
29 Florida School of Judo Week.
Wednesday, Sept. 26, there
will be a special judo clinic
featuring Tom Masterson,
captain of the 1979 Pan-
American Games team and
former collegiate and national
champion; Sean Gibons, College
and U.S. Champion in 1978-1979
and Pan-American and Sparta-
cade competitor in 1979; and
Edwin Maley, former Florida
National and Air Force Cham-
pion, and professor of judo.
Thursday, Sept. 27, the special
guest will be Arner Gustafson,
Ph.D., a member of the American
College of Sports Medicine and
the American Heart Association.
A university professor for 17
years and a marathon runner
Mini- 1944, Dr. Gustafson placed
second this year in the U.S.
Masters Marathon at Raleigh,
N.C. He will speak on sports
medicine, training, nutrition,
injuries, and answer questions on
the latest developments in sports
medicine.
Saturday, Sept. 29, the an-
niversary celebration will con-
clude with a special tournament
featuring judo enthusiasts from
Tampa, Brandon, Lakeland and
St. Petersburg.
All events will take place at the
Florida School of Judo, 530 S.
Mai-Dill Ave., beginning Wed-
nesday and Thursday evening at
7 p.m.
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
has absolved the American
Jewish community of any
connection with the resignation
of Andrew Young as Ambassador
to the United Nation-.
At his first press conference
since Young's resignation last
month following his meeting witn
the Palestine Liberation
Organization observer at the I N,
Vance was asked two questions
about the Ami.
depart lire from government
sen ice.
THE FIRST was why Young
was 'singled out" when the I .S.
Ambassador to Austria Milton
Woll also met with PLO
representatives and was not
rebuked as Young was by \ aiue.
and couldn't Youngs meeting be
justified on the ground that he
was then President of the
Security Council.
Vance, without explaining that
Young was not Council President
when he held his meeting in New-
York, July 26, replied thai the
envoy's resignation "has been
Hone into a length" and had been
reviewed lime and again by the
spokesman'' for the State
Department
He then added that he also
stands "fully behind his own
statement at the lime ol Young's
JCC Men's
Basketball League
Attention men who are in
teresled in playing basketball on
Wednesday nights for fun and
exercise:
The Tampa JCC, for the
second year, is sponsoring a
men's basketball league for men
18 years old and up.
Last year the center had six
teams in the league with a mem-
bership of over 60 players, and
this year looks to expand that to
eight teams.
Play w-ill begin sometime in
November, and anyone interested
in signing up is asked to contact
Danny Thro at the JCC (872-
4451). The league is opened to
both members and non-members,
and teams may be formed and
entered as a group.
'You Should Write a Book'
The family has told you a
million times, "You should write
a book about your life!"
And now, seniors in Hills-
borough County can take a
course which will, in seven weeks,
help them produce a completed
life history. But pre-registration
is necessary before Sept. 26.
Sponsored by the Senior Citi-
zens Project of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, the class,
"Personal Life History Writing
for Older Adults," will be offered
Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to
noon, beginning Oct. 3 at the
Jewish Community Center on
2808 Horatio St. in Tampa.
The seven-week course will
cost $10 and will be limited to 20
persons. Registration must be
paid in advance at the Jewish
Community Center. Phone 872-
4451 for details.
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L September 14,1979
Elul Customs
By RABBI T. BROD
ELUL CUSTOMES
The month of Elul marks the approach of the Yumim
aim (the Solemn Days) of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
s days that require long preparations. In the synagogues each
ning during this month is is a custom to sound the shofar
ns-horn) as a herald-call to make New Year resolutions. The
Jce is applied on our daily pursuits, we stop long enough to
template where have we been and where are we going.
As our great sage Maimonides wrote, "The shofar sounds
use the slumbering conscience of men as it cries out to us
tugh its reverberating sounds of T'kiah, Shevarim, Teruah,
ike ye sleepers and ponder your deeds; look well to your souls
I consider your acts; forsake your evil ways and thoughts;
rn to God so that He may bless you with his loving kind-
Each morning in the month of Elul, as we listen to the call
he shofar, we are reminded that the problems closest to us
the most difficult ones. They require the greatest per-
erance and will power. It is most difficult to make amends for
erday's mistakes. Judaism is for grown-ups. It treats the
vidual not as a child that must be sheltered from experience
led by the hand, but rather as one endowed with these
ilities that can deal with challenges of life. "For this com-
nent that I give unto you this day is not too hard for thee,
i not in heaven, neither is it beyond the sea! It is very close to
t, in thy mouth and in thy heart, that thou mayest do it."
It is at this time that we become keenly aware of our
onsibilities to serve others and to help improve the quality
ar lives, helping the aged to lead useful lives and our youth
[meaningful lifestyles, thus enhancing the quality of Jewish
During the month of Elul, morning and evening we recite
127:
"The Lord is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I
Thou has been my help; Cast me not off, neither forsake
Be strong, and let thy heart take courage; Yea, wait thou
the Lord."
During the last week in Elul, each night prayers called
chos are recited, asking God to bestow His forgiveness and
Dg-kindness upon all His creatures.
It is customary to visit the graves of our loved ones and the
^es of the righteous before Rosh Hashanah and during the
Days of Repentance. We pray that God should hearken to
prayers because of the merit of the departed (Magen
ham Shulchan Aruch Orech Chaim 581). We call the
etery the Hi-lika Urt, the Holy Place, for it has been
&wed by the remains of our loved ones. The Chofetz Chaim
es because of this our prayers will be readily accepted. He
lions us not to pray for the dead but to ask God to grant us
(request because of the merit of our departed. We should then
1 charity, because prayer and charity will surely help us.
[ We read in the Torah that Caleb, one of the spies sent to
ore Israel, visited Hebron and prayed at the grave of the
' rchs that he shouldn't become involved in the evil plot of
Dther spies. His prayers were answered, he was saved from
[death penalty which was meted out to the other spies
iudSota34).
[Rabbi Mani was annoyed by the sons of the Patriarch. He
and prayed at the grave of his father: "Father, Father,
f are persecuting me!"
[Once as they were passing this grave, the knees of their
s became stiff and they couldn't move. They remained
until they promised not to persecute the rabbi anymore
nudTaanisl6a).
[It is also customary to place stones or pebbles on the
nents before you leave the cemetery to notify others of the
By who may come later that we have been there, to pay our
ts (Gesher Hacha-y im Chapter 29).
[The Taamay Haminhagim (page 470) gives the reason, that
ng a pebble on the monument honors the departed soul as if
have left your calling card.
[The Rambam compares the sanctity of the cemetery to the
^ess of a synagogue. Therefore he prohibits eating, drinking,
ng of any other work on the grounds (Yoreh Dayeh 368:1).
he message we derive from visiting the graves is not that in
ist of life we are in death, buttbat in the midst of death,
in life, that memory is a living thing and makes you feel
ere is great hope on this 5740th birthday of the world,
rding to traditional Jewish reckoning, that we may see the
Iring in of the greatest step forward in civilization since the
p of conscience. In our tradition, 'hayome haras olum,' New
s (Rosh Hashanah) is the birthday of the world. It is a
I serious observance as birthdays go, because it is the day of
Bmplation of man and his relationship to the world.
[The "Leshana Tova Tikasevu" (May you be inscribed for a
1 year) greeting points to the larger canvas upon which each
ridual's life is drawn. It is only when man sees himself
ciated with a larger world that be can grow to his full
re, to his capacity to scale great moral heights, to storm
[ the gates of heaven.
There are no powerful men and no weak ones. On this birth-
Jl are equal before God. "Whatever hath been made may
that Thou has made it, and whatever hath been created
|understand that Thou hast created it."
There is hope on this 5740th birthday that we may see the
"big in of the greatest step forward in civilization, the step
K at the abolition of war. May the Lord grant that the
ol of Rosh Hashanah, the shofar, sounds the beginning of
ulfillment of the words of the great Prophet Isaiah,
ence shall no more be heard in thy land, waste nor
action within thy borders."
lay your days be filled with health, happiness and joy!
>nana Tova Tikasevu."
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 3
UN Film Flops
All Sides Seem Displeased
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The controversial United
Nations-produced film on the
Palestine Liberation
Organization, The Palestinians
Do Have Human Rights, was
screened here for reporters and
diplomats, and the reaction by
both Arabs and Israelis was less
than enthusiastic.
"It is a one-sided film which
distorts the basic facts of the
Arab-Israeli conflict," said Nach-
man Shai, the Israeli spokesman
at the UN. "The film," he con-
tinued, "tries very hard to appear
objective and even-handed, but
everybody who is familiar with
the facts can tell it is only a PLO
propaganda piece."
LEBANESE Ambassador
Ghassam Tueni found the film
"disappointing." He said the film
failed to underline that the
Palestinian problem started with
the beginning of Zionism and not
with the creation of the State of
Israel. Hassan Abdel Rahman, of
the PLO, simply described the
film as "bland."
The 55-minute, $80,000 film
was produced at the request of
the 23-member Committee on the
Exercise of the Inalienable
Rights of the Palestinian People
a committee which Israel
charges supported the PLO plan
to destroy Israel in stages.
The film was completed last
year, but at the last moment the
PLO and its supporters ex-
pressed displeasure with the final
product as not being "pro
Palestinian" enough. Israel also
requested, and was granted, the
deletion of a part showing
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
addressing the General
Assembly.
THE PRESENT version of the
film depicts the plight of the
Palestinian people as being the
result of Israel's aggression and
continuing policy of expansion.
In an attempt at objectivity, the
film admits the PLO resorted to
" acts of violence and terrorism.
Yusir Arafat, the PLO leader.
in an interview during the film,
asserts, however, that "we are
.igainst violence" and that the
violence of his organization
should be examined as one aspect
of the whole conflict.
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TheJeuish tiondian of Tampa
New Year 5740
The sunset touches the ancient walls and turns
them into gold. Another day has passed in
Jerusalem. So has another year. As Jews will hurry
to the Western Wall and synagogues for prayer to
greet the Year 5"40. their hopes and wishes will
mingle with apprehension: for Jerusalem, the
Eternal Capital of Israel, is still a bone of contention.
Most nations still deny Israel the right to
exercise its sovereignty over the reunited capital, and
as more Jewish roots appear from under the cen-
turies-old debris, the world becomes more frustrated
rather than more convinced.
As Rosh Hashanah comes upon us. for the
Israeli it is his country's expulsion from UNESCO as
a punishment for "altering the character of
Jerusalem" with which he must reckon. No other
people is denied the recognition of its nationhood or
of its capital city as is Israel in the halls of the United
Nations.
Here, in America, the Outgoing Year for the
Jewish community was inextricably entwined with
the fate of Israels future. The growing cancer of
petrodiplomacy has shifted our own nation's balance
of interest toward Arab pressures with respect to
Israel. And. indeed, on the eve of Rosh Hashanah. it
seemed clear that the United States has embarked
upon an equally inextricable course of recognizing
the Palestinian cause, whether or not the PLO alters
its chartered policy of extermination for Israel.
The resignation of Andrew Young as US.
Ambassador to the United Nations was triggered by
this new American petropolicy. which thus far is
schizophrenic in its course. On the one hand. Pales-
tinian recognition is in the offing: on the other.
Young was forced to resign because he covertly held
meetings with PLO representatives toward this end.
Or perhaps not so covertly.
.Another offshoot of the Young affair was a well-
coordinated public relations campaign announcing
the Black American community's determination that
there must be a rift between itself and the American
Jewish community on the pretext that Young's
resignation was as a consequence of President
Carter's knuckling under to "Zionist influences.''
It is hard to see the outgoing year in America
apart from the impact of Israel on us all. Only peace
between Israel and Egypt offered the quiet hope
that, in the end. Israel will be spared the agony of
further world alienation and further American
chastisement.
But. as American Jews. Rosh Hashanah fore-
shadows continuing struggle against the ominously
anti-Semitic notion in our midst that Israel is at the
root of all our troubles at home, and that the way to
solve them is to wash Israel right out of the nation's
hair.
The eternal prayer on Rosh Hashanah. who shall
live who shall die?, means perhaps more in 5740
for Jewry than it has in a long time.
Now is the Time
With the start of the school year, it is opportune
to turn our attention to the importance of Jewish
education. The question of Jewish education is the
most vital issue in Jewish afe today, for on it
depends the survival of the Jewish people.
Every Jewish community in the United States.
and throughout the world for that matter, must
strive to ensure that every Jewish child has a proper
Jewish education. The situation is somewhat better
now than it was a few years ago. Jewish Federations
are increasing the percentage of the funds they give
for education. The day school movement is growing.
Just as important, more adults are taking part-time
courses in Jewish education.
With a new Hebrew year approaching, all of us
should pledge to work toward increasing our owe
knowledge as well as that of our children.
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Duo Agree on South Lebanon Policy
tension screens in the United EBfit-J" addlti.
TEL AVIV (JTAJ -
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan appears to be
supporting Defense Minis-
ter Ezer Weizman's conten-
tion that Israel must con-
tinue striking at Palestine
Liberation Organization
bases in south Lebanon
despite reports he had been
urging a different ap-
proach
Dayan had been reported as
saving at th 16 Cabinet
meeting that the government
tk aid namem ka Balkan
policy in south Lebanon since it
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and Canada Leaders
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television screens in the United
States which evoked images of
Vtetnam.
THE SITUATION in Lebanon
was described by Dayan as a
mess. He said the country has
no authority or army and is ruled
the Palestinians and the
Syrians. Dayan agreed there were
two types of Palestinians in
Lebanon: the PLO. which must
be attacked to prevent it from
earning out terrorist raids in
and the 350.000 Palea-
U refugees there.
Dayan strongly criticized
France and other European
:an countries for deserting
- in Lebanon. He
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eed for oil from Iraq.
\ciministration.
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will bring support from Jj
and Saudi Arabia to the ]
Egyptian peace talks,
said.
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policy from the Knesset S
and Foreign Attain Con
and from the Likud
faction. He told both group.
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to ensure the saf^r. of Isr
He stressed that
casualties are cat *ed beca
terrorists place i heir
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criticism of bot: ...- aa|
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Board Attends Weekend Instii
Coatinued from Page 1
ticipa I moving and in-
spiring Handallah service con-
ducted fa Rosenkranz
the case for the
1980 s presented by Dr Aryeh
Neater ><* related stor.
day morning, the board
members participated in a budget
session to explore the group
dynamic process Participants
included Dr Norman Rosenthal.
Kay Jacobs and Dr Carl
Zieionka The summary of the
weekend was conducted by Joe
Cohen and Hope Barnett.
The participant:
acknowledged the
Institute Chairman,
Barnett and her con
Sharon Stein and r
man for providing a
weekend.
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Pre-School at JCC
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 5
e Jewish Community Center Pre-echool is back in
=on for the 1979-1980 school term. Here are the many
ets of new students in the new school year.
bssion
A
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It's not all fun and games.
Ask Phillip Schwartz.
Teacher Janice Heustis listens to Jamee Lieber read, while
Brian MacNamara looks on.
wr<-
Photos by Audrey Haubenstock
tixndy Dresner and Teddy Gorman discover that teamwork is
Yst
Jason Gordon finds a friend in a giraffe.
A budding Picasso: Tasha Sakkis
ithan Sandberg accompanies the pre-school
fsion.
Rosh Hashanah at JCC
pt's Rosh Hashanah
^nd here I sit
i stranger in Tampa.
yhere do I go?
Vho do I talk to?
Vill someone please open the door.
I found a place I can go
That's almost a home for people like me.
&nd I found I'm not a stranger alone
w I passed through the open door of JCC
1 found there were many like me.
this Rosh Hashanah
JVe're not alone
For someone opened the door
ICC we thank you
T'e're strangers no more.
Rachel Shallet finds some projects take intense
concentration.
Noah's Ark to Open at JCC
MARY SURASKY
Doors swing open on Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 for the
launching of Noah's Ark Coffee
House. Noah's Ark is a coffee
house for teens and t'weens
some place they can call their
own.
Activities scheduled include:
Sept. 19, Meg Newcomb, reading
palms, doing numerology. Sept.
26. Al Fernandez, D.J., spinning
continuous music to sit and listen
to, anything you want.
And, Pizza Night, constant
popcorn, constant soft drinks,
make your own sundaes and folk
singer.
Jana Davidson tries her hand
at arts project.
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out By LESLIE AIDMAN
'C'a/i me about your social news
at 872-4470)
On Friday. Sept. 7. various members of the sisterhood of
negation Kol Ami conducted the Sabbath Service. Claudia
Valin- a rabbi for the evening. Sylvia Levy presented the
sermon, and Merri Robinson and Laurie Besmertnik served
jointly as cantors Isn't this a terrific way to truly involve the
ition? Afterwards, the sisterhood tof which Karen
Stillman is president! sponsored a lovely and delicious oneg
at.
This weekend Kay and Maril Jacobs and Judy and Stan
Rosenkranz will be flying to Houston, Tex. for the opening
University of Florida football game (vs. the University of
Houston). Stan. Maril. and Judy all attended the University of
Florida as undergraduates for various lengths of time, and in
addition. Stan attended law school there. Have a marvelous
weekend, you four!
Congratulations and best wishes to Dr. Eli Freilich and
Beth Chemaick who were married in an evening ceremony at
Rodeph Sholom on Sunday, Sept. 2. Rabbi Martin I. Sandberg
and Cantor William Hauben officiated. Before the ceremony,
there was a cocktail reception and following the ceremony was a
dinner reception in the social hall.
When Tern Sugar (daughter of Ruby Sugar, who is ad-
ministrator of Rodeph Sholom) was a Bat Mitzvah on Friday
and Saturday, Sept. 7 and 8 at Rodeph Sholom, her 15-year-old
brother David and her 11-year-old sister Tamara participated in
the services. David read from the Torah, and Tamara said the
blessing over the candles. Our warmest congratulations on this
special occasion, Terri.
Our heartiest congratulations to Sandy Freedman who was
recently reelected to the Tampa City Council from District 1.
Sandy is married to Mike, an attorney, and is mom to Rob, Jeff,
and Lisa. Sandy's very proud parents are Joe and Ruth War-
shew.
When President Carter visited Tamoa. 13-vear-old Andy
Rosenkranz, shook hands with Roaalynn Carter and Lillian
Carter at the Host Hotel, while waiting for his mother Judith,
(Jewish Flondian, editor,/ who attended a special press con-
ference for editors of Florida newspapers.
Rabbi and Mrs. Frank Sundheim (of Congregation Schaarai
Zedek I will be holding their annual Rosh Hashanah reception at
their home on Davis Islands on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 8 10
p.m. All congregational members are cordially invited to attend
this get-together which promises to be as lovely (and
delicious) as past receptions.
At Temple David's Selichot Service, the reception before
the service will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Milian Hirsch in
honor of their birthdays.
Following the Erev Rosh Hashanah service on the 21st, the
officers and board of temple David and Rabbi and Mrs.
Mallinger are hosting a gala oneg shabbat for the entire
congregation.
The Women's American ORT reenroUment function that
took place on Wednesday evening, Aug. 29, at the home of
Cookie Buchman was a tremendous success. About 70 people
enjoyed a fashion show staged by DeLavane's and munched on
delicious food including beautiful little cakes which were baked
and individually decorated by ORT member Barbara Goldstein.
In charge of this evening was chairwoman, Shelley Fisher with
the aid of Maxine Stark, Ellen Stern, Gail Taylor, Judy Hazan,
and Bev Boas. ORT president, Gretchen Hollander reminds all
ORT members, prospective members, and guests that the first
general meeting of the year will be on Tuesday evening, Sept. 18,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center. The program is a
surprise, so don't be late for this exciting and stimulating
evening.
Wednesday Sept. 5, the Sisterhood of Rodeph Sholom held
its first luncheon meeting of the year in the social hall. The
Naomi and Leah Circles organized the day with Rhoda Givarz
as overall chairman. Elaine Viders, who is education vice
president, and Elaine Gotler, program chairman, developed
the program (which was fashioned after one used in a Miami
Sisterhood.) Titled a "Calendar Luncheon," each of 10 tables
depicted a different Jewish holiday or festival. Every table had
appropriate holiday symbols as centerpieces. For the luncheon
itself, various holiday foods were served, such as noodle koogle.
latkes, etc. Lynn Reiner and Erin Carp were in charge of
publicity for this meeting.
Recently the Jewish Community Center pre-school held its
first parents meeting of the year. Leslie Osterweil. chairman of
the preschool parents group, officiated at this meeting. Also on
the agenda were speeches given by Ed Finkelstein (executive
director of the JCC), Barbara Richman (director of the pre-
school), and Sue Borod (chairman of the pre-school policy
The Jewish Flondian of Tampa
Friday, September U
Tampa Jewish Federation
2808 Horatio Street
Tampa, Florida 33609
( ) I, ( ) We are interested in participating in the Tampa
Community Mission to Israel, November 25 to December 5,
1979. Please send additional information to:
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Gainesville, where Dan did hw Internship and
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Rabbi Bryn Heads Beth Israel
Congregation Beth I
endeavors to serve and upgrade
the quality of a Jewish experience
to members of the Jewish faith.
In the spirit of "Kol Israel
Arayvin Zeh Lazeh." that as
Jews we are responsible for one
another, we welcome all unaf-
filiated families and singles, to
enjoy an ongoing approach of
Yidishkeit in a friendly at-
mosphere.
Our congregation is led by
Rabbi Nathan Bryn, who has
been our spiritual leader since
1975.
Congregation Beth Israel has
an active Sisterhood. Men's Club
and Youth Group. The
Congregation and its affiliated
groups sponsor a coordinated
year-round program of religious.
cultural and just plain fun
events.
Congregation Beth Israel
offers a continuous educational
program for pre-school through
high school. The curriculum
covers all of the vital areas of
Jewish education, including the
study of the Bible, Jewish
history, religion, the festivals,
customs and Jewish life in
America and Israel. Adult
education has classes and
chavurot in Carrollwood and
Palma Ceia areas.
Synagogue Bulletin is
published monthly and includes
articles of Jewish interest,
congregational news, an-
nouncements and schedules of
coming events.
Sabbath eve services are held
regularly in our sanctuary
throughout the year each Friday
at 8 p.m. followed by an Oneg
Shabbat. Traditional Sabbath
services are held each Saturday
at 9 a.m. to be followed by
Kiddush and study. Regular
Senior Seminars
Set This Month
Wednesday afternoons with
the Senior Citizens Project will be
full of stimulating, controversial,
and health-full seminars in
September.
Scheduled for 2 p.m. at the
morning and evening services are
held jointly, with Temple David
at 7:30a.m. and at sunset.
Service and
Sunday morning
breakfast are on
at 9 a.m.'
Lecture series of Jewish en
ment follows breakfast
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may be deprived of a Je...
education, Beth Israel provid
full or partial scholarships.
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.September 14,1979
\Sadat
's Cooks Get
Their Way With
His Favorite Beef
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
IHAIFA (JTA) While Egyptian President
Ur Sadat's visit to Israel ran smoothly for the most
[ segment of it turned out not to be kosher his
The mashgiah, who supervises kashrut at the Dan
nel Hotel where Sadat stayed, was shocked when he
Ited the Egyptian President's personal cook in the
hen preparing one of Sadat's favorite dishes
ton i he meat was brought from Egypt and thus not
her.
ItHK MASHGIAH was faced with a dilemma since
leal would be placed on hotel dishes which were being
for the two banquets given for Sadat. He could have
ired both dinners teif. But first he checked with the
of the Haifa Kashrut Department, who in turn
lulled the city's two chief rabbis.
(Their solution was that the dishes used by Sadat
Id not be used by the hotel any longer. Everyone was
\y. including the Egyptian cook who could take the
es back to Egypt with him as souvenirs.
\rt for the Soul' Trip Planned
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 7
Mar got Levin
Bat Mitzvahs
MARGOT LEVIN
Margot Elaine Levin, daughter of Dr. Shirley
Borkowf, will be called to the Torah as Bat
Mitzvah, Saturday, Sept. 15, at 11 a.m. at Temple
Schaarai Zedek.
The celebrant is a student in the Schaarai
Zedek Religious School and received a National
Yediat Israel Award in 1978. She is an eighth
grader at St. John's Parish Day School. She is an
honor student and has received numerous
diligence awards for academic achievements.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Herman will host the
Oneg Shabbat in honor of the occasion A
reception following the services will be held on
Saturday at the temple social hall.
Special guests will include her grandmother,
Mrs. Rachel Borkowf. her uncles and aunt1-. Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Borkowf of Milwaukee and Dr.
and Mrs. Maurice Shaw of Tampa.
jsa^&was^sssswr^aas*****
m afternoon around
native and beautiful works
ri can feed one's soul for
to come," according to a
ripant in the Senior Citizens
cl. "So keep your soul
f, join us on a trip to an art
i. Sunday, Sept. 16."
iji.si ration for the trip to the
nuseum in St. Petersburg
must be made and paid in ad-
vance ($2 for bus) with the Senior
Citizens Project of the Jewish
Community Center.
Anyone aged 60 or older in
Hillsborough County is invited to
the event, which will begin with
bus boarding at the JCC at noon
on Sunday. A return time at 5:30
is planned.
)C Pre-School StOl Has Openings
he Jewish Community Center
ISchool has announced that a
] openings remain in each of
r programs.
i the two-day a week program
l-3-year-olds, there are three
pings. In the pi agFin for 2V
ar-olds which meets three
i a week, there is one opening.
I five-day a week program has
[openings in each age group,
i-year-olds and 4-year-olds.
bree openings remain in the
tided day program which
i until 5:15 p.m. for 3-,4- and
r-olds. For all these classes,
Barbara Richman, early
childhood coordinator of
Jewish Community Center.
the
PAULATRONER
Paula Michelle Troner, daughter of Ann and
Bob Troner, will be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah at Congregation Rodeph Sholom on
Sept. 15 at 10 a.m.
Paula is an eighth grade student at Middleton
Junior High School and is active in the Kadima
program of Rodeph Sholom. She is the sister of
Cheryl, Diane and Bill Troner who will share in
this occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Troner will host the Oneg
Shabbat following services Friday night and the
kiddush luncheon on Saturday in Paula's honor.
Special guests for this occasion are her great
aunt Mrs. Izadore Ringter, New Port Richie, and
aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. Marshall E.
Levinson, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. George Oren-
stein, New London, Conn. Cousins attending
include Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Orenstein, Oakdale,
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Salowitz, Baton
Rouge, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webster,
Clifton Park, N.Y.; Mrs. Lou Keller. Brooklyn,
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rappaport, Holiday, Fla..
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Levinson and Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Rappaport from Tampa.
Paula Troner
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The Jewish Floridian ofTampa
Friday, September]
Rosh Hashana Is But the Beginning
By RABBI FRANK N.
SUNDHEIM
Special to
The Jewish Floridian
of Tampa
We Jews are an odd people.
What other group opens its book
from the back, reads from right
to left, and begins the day at
sunset? (My grandfather was
born at 10 p.m. his mother put
down Dec. 4 as his birthday; the
doctor. Dec. 3. As a lifelong
Reform Jew, the only Yom Tov
he celebrated for two days each
year was his birthday)
The above unusual traits are
well-known. What is less well-
known is that there are four
Jewish New Years. Mishnah
Rosh Hashana 1:1 reads as
follows:
There are four New Years
days: on the first of Nisan is the
New Year for Kings and feasts;
on the first of Elul is the New
Year for the tithing of cattle; on
the first of Tishri is the New Year
for the reckoning of the years .
of Release and Jubilee years, for
the planting of trees and for
vegetables; and the first of
Shevat is the New Year for fruit
trees. That is according to the
School of Shammai. but the
School of Hillel says: on the 15th
(of Shevat).
, THREE OF these four New
Y^ars still have relevance within
the Jewish calendar (we no longer
tithe cattle). The New Year for
kings is the first day of Nisan.
This begins the calendar year.
The "end of the first year of a
king's reign ended the day before
Nisan 1. This is similar to our
practice of racehorses all having
January 1 as their birthday.
Nisan is in March or April the
beginning of the agricultural year
with the coming of spring (note
the references to spring during
the Passover seder which occurs
two weeks into the month of
Nisan). This most likely reflects
the agricultural basis of some of
the Jewish calendar. After all, to
a farmer the year "begins'* in the
spring.
Another New Year is TuBe-
Shevat the 15th day of Shevat
(January or February). Even here
there is a difference within the
Mishnah as to whether the New
Year for trees should come on the
first or the fifteenth. The result
another oddity a "new"
year that comes on the fifteenth
of the month. Today, of course,
TuBeShevat has taken on re-
newed significance with the birth
of Israel and the planting of trees
which have "pushed back" the
swamps and the desert.
Then there is "our" Rosh
Hashana, which in line with our
parade of "oddities," comes on
the first day, but in the seventh
month. And even here there are
some historically strange state-
ments that suggest that the
themes of Rosh Hashana and
Yom Kippur may have been
reversed that the tenth day of
Tishri, Yom Kippur, was a joyous
holfday. while the first day of the
month, Rosh Hashana, had a
doleful and mournful aspect to it.
So much for the oddities,
accidents and coincidences of
calendar, and other such facts.
Whatever has been in the ancient
past, to the Jew today the word
"Rosh Hashana" has an unam-
biguous meaning. The sound of
the shofar stirs the heart today as
it did in Biblical days. The call to
"arouse ourself from our
slumber" refers not to a deep
physical sleep, but rather arousal
from our careless, heartless, and
thoughtless ways which can
become patterns of living if we
don't become alert.
TESHUVAH the theme of
the 10 days of penitence of which
Rosh Hashana is the keynote
is not repentance as much as a
"turning around" and starting
with the call to Teshuvah of the
shofar, the thoughtful Jew has
the annual opportunity for a 10-
day "spiritual retreat" within his
own soul.
Rosh Hashana means little to
each person appears before God
as the flock appears before the
the Jew who makes it a one-day h herd- "The book of life is
holiday. Yom Kippur means little ^ on p^h Hashana and
to the Jew who has not prepared ^ wjth the ciosing of the
himself for Kol Nidre during the (NeflaM on Yom Kippur."
previous 10 days. They are a
single unit not Rosh Hashana
and Shabbat Shuvah and Yom
Kippur but rather the Aseret
Tmai Teshuvah, the 10 days of
n-ttiming. They are the High
Holy Day- Rosh Hashana is but
the beginning.
"The Shofar is sounded" -
JCC High School Basketball Team
The Tampa Jewish Com-
munity Center, for the third year,
is sponsoring a high school age
basketball team for boys in
grades9-12.
The team, under the coaching
of Lee Tobin, Glenn Tobin and
Barry Meyerson, will play in a
high school church league, also to
be sponsored by the JCC.
At the end of the season, in
early March, the team will travel
to Birmingham, Ala., to play in
the Marvin Blumenthal Basket-
ball Tournament with other
JCC's around the south.
"This team is for boys who
would like to play in an or-
ganized, yet fun environment,
said Lee Tobin. "Two years ago
we went to Savannah to play, and
last year it was Dallas, Tex., and
I think the players enjoyed every
minute of it. We also played some
basketball, too."
Any boys interested in signing
up for the JCC team should
contact the Tobins at 251-1512,
or stop by the JCC on Monday
and Wednesday nights where
they can always be found.
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Nitzavim
NITZAVIM At Mount Ebal and Mount Gerizim, Israel
publicly entered into the Covenant made between their fathers
and God. Moses taught them there the rewards and punish-
ments of the Covenant. He reminded them:
"You are standing this day before the Lord your God the
heads of your tribes, your elders, your officers, all the men of
Israel, together with your children, wives, and the strangers
among you; so that He may establish you this day as His own
people, and that he may be to you a God, as He promised you
and as He swore to your fathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob."
And Moses, the great Prophet, foresaw the days and events
to come:
"I have set before you this day life and good, and death and
evil. If you love the Lord your God, then you shall live and
prosper.
"Choose life, therefore, that you and your children may live,
by loving the Lord and obeying His commandments.
"This commandment is not too hard for you, nor is it far off.
It is not in heaven nor beyond the sea. The word is very near
you, in your mouth, and in your heart, so that you may do it."
Deuteronomy 29:9 30:30
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage." edited by P. Wollmarv
Tsamir, SIS. published by ShengokL The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane, New York, N.Y. 10031. Joseph Schlang is president of the society
distributing the volume.)
Synagogue Directory
CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL
2111 Swonn Avenue 253-0823 or 251-4275 Rabbi Nathan Bryn
Services: Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. Daily: morning and
evening minyan Beginners' Talmud Session following Saturday
morning services.
TEMPLE DAVID
2001 S*.mn Avenue25l 4215 Rabbi Samuel Mallmger Services:
Fndciy. 8pm, Saiurday, 9 am Daily: morning and evening
minyan
CONGREGATION KOL AMI
885 3356 Allan Fox, President Services: first ahd third Friday of
each month at the Community Lodge, Woters and Ola, 8 p.m.
CONGREGATION R0DEPH SH0L0M (Conservative)
2713 Bayshore Boulevard 837-1911 Rabbi Martin I. Sondberg
Hozzan William Hauben Services: Friday, 8:15 p.m.; Saturday 10
a.m. Daily: AAinyan, 7:15a.m.
CONGREGATION SCHAAIAI ZEDEK (Reform)
3303 Swann Avenue 876-2377 Rabbi Frank Sundheim Services
Friday, 8 p.m.
CHABAD HOUSE
Jewish Student Center (USF), 3645 Fletcher Avenue 971-6768 or
985-7926 Rabbi Lazar Rivkin Rabbi Yakov Werde Services
Friday, 8 p.m. Shabbos meal follows services Saturday, 10a m -
Kiddush follows services.
HILLEL
Jewish Student Center. University of South Florida. 13422 Villao.
Crcle. Apt. ,21 988.7076 or 988-1234 Rabbi Mark Kram SpecTal
programs to be announced. ^P^ 'ai
And in between the prayers,
iht- pageantry, the soul-
Marching, the melodies, the pos-
sibility of cleansing they are
all there if we make Kosh
Hashana the first the head of
the vear the year that begins
on the first day of the month of
Tishri.
ChernoffHei
Beth Israel Mt
The Men's Club of
gation Beth Israel has
new officers to serve f*^
1980.
Jack Chernoff is ,
Marty Fried, first vice presi*
Cyril Silver, second vice
ident; Barney Haimes.trei
and Sam Lasky, secretary.
The Beth Israel Men8
will next meet on Oct. 3 tti
p.m. at the synagogue.
Tampa
Rosh Hashana
Schedule
CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL
2111 Swann Ave.
Saturday, Sept. 15 9:30 p.m. Selichot Service
Friday, Sept. 21 7:30 p.m. E rev Rosh Hash*
FIRST DAY
Saturday, Sept. 22 8:30 a.m. Opening Servici
9.m. Sachris Serice
10:30 a.m. Torah Reading
11a.m. Sermon
11:30 a.m. Shofar Service
11:50 a.m. Musaf Service
Noon Children's Sewn for ages 9-12
SECOND DAY Schedule of 5*
Sept. 23 TEMPLE DAVID 2001 Swann Avs same as Saturj
Saturday, Sept. 15 10:30 p.m. Reception
11:30 p.m. Selichot Servia
Friday, Sept. 21 7 p.m. Erev Rosh Haiti
Saturday, Sept. 22 8 a.m. Early Service
10a.m. Torah Service
10:30 a.m. Sermon
7 p.m. Second EvhM
Sunday, Sept. 23 8 a.m. 10a.m. Early Service Torah Service
10:30 a.m. Sermon
11a.m. Shofar Service
Friday, Sept. 21
Saturday, Sept. 22
Saturday, Sept. 22
Sunday. Sept. 23
CONGREGATION KOL AMI
Community Lodge
Waters Avenue at Ola
8 p.m. Erev Rosh Hull
9:30 a.m. Rosh Hashanah |
8 p.m. Second Day
9:30a.m. Second Day
Rosh Hashes
CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM
2713 Bayshore Boulevard
Saturday, Sept. 15
Friday, Sept. 21
Saturday, Sept. 22
Sunday, Sept. 23
SELICHOT
11 p.m.
11:30 p.m.
ROSH HASHANAH
8:15 p.m.
FIRST DAY
10a.m.
SECOND DAY
10a.m.
Reception
Service
Evening Service I
Shacharil Send
Shacharit Sen*
CONGREGATION SCHAARAI ZEDEK
3303 Swann Ave.
Friday, Sept. 21
Saturday, Sept. 22
Sunday, Sept. 23
Saiurday, Sept. 15
Friday, Sept. 21
Saturday, Sept. 22
Sunday, Sept. 23
ROSH HASHANAH
6:15 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.
10a.m.
1:30p.m.
8 p.m.
CEMETERY VISITATION
1 p.m.
2p.m.
CHABAD HOUSE
Jewish Student Center (USF)
3646 Fletcher Ave.
Midnight
7:30 p.m.
10a.m.
7:30 p.m.
10a.m.
Noon
Children'si
Rabbi's Recept"
Myrtle Hill
Woodlavn
Selichoti
Erev Rosh Ha*
Rosh Hash
Rosh Hash*]
Shofar M
HILLEL HOUSE
Jewish Student Canter
University ol South Florida
13422 Village Circle. Apartment 121
(Holiday Service. In University Center Ballroom)
Friday. Sept. 21 8 p.m. Josh Has!**

Saturday, Sept. 22
Saturday, Sept. 22
Sunday, Sept. 23
10:30 am.
10:30 a.m.
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SACS on the Boulevard Attracts 200 to Openi
Continued from Page 1
(The shop's hours are 10 a.m. 2
p.m. Monday through Friday.)
"I'm afraid we might run out
of crafts!" exclaimed an in-
terested onlooker from the staff
of Jewish Community Center.
The SACS volunteer staff wants
to remind anyone 55 or older in
Hillsborough County that they
will accept crafts for consignment
during the weekday hours of the
shop. Eighty percent of the sales
price is returned to the maker.
SACS is jointly sponsored by
the Senior Project of the JCC and
City of Tampa's Recreation
Department.
Miriam Tarnofsky hugs one of the many dolls on consignment at the Seniors' Arts and I
Shop (SACS), located on North Boulevard.
Prxrtos by Audrey Haubeflstock
SACS on the BOULEVARD is a
non-profit shop operated by older
people in Hillsborough County in
order to sell their handmade craft
items. They receive 80 percent of
the sale price. To sell your craft
items you must be age 55 or older
and reside in Hillsborough
County.
Sponsored by the Senior
Citizen Project of the Jewish
Community Center of Tampa
with partial funding from the
Older Americans Act. Space
provided by Tampa Rec-
reation Department.
A pair of soft, cuddly dolls awaiting purchase at the consign-
ment shop.
'" //,
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Autonomy Issue Still Unresolved
Bert Green looks at one of the hand-crocheted afghansfo'\
at SACS''
Continued from Page 1
the form of joint Egyptian-Israeli
patrols, as Israel withdraws from
the Sinai Peninsula.
AT THE same time, Sadat
emphasized the need for a
solution to the Palestinian
problem if the peace process is to
continue toward normalization.
Also dividing the two leaders was
discussion of the future of
Jerusalem.
At a meeting for newspaper
editors here, Sadat emphasized
his entire satisfaction with the
negotiations thus far, but he
reiterated his belief that it was
"essential" that the Palestinians
join the peace process.
Said Sadat: "The most im-
portant achievement of my visit
is that we have cemented our
agreements at Camp David and
the peace treaty between Egypt
and Israel, and we are ready
together, Menachem and I, to
face whatever comes," Sadat told
the editors.
"WHATEVER COMES"
meant the continuing Arab
enmity toward his initiative
QDbttuarg
ALTER
Funeral service! for Mr*. Aiate Kauf-
man Alter. a(e 63, were held at noon
Monday at Curry's Funeral Home, SOB
S. MacDUl Ave. Rabbi Theodore Brod
officiated. Interment followed In Beth
Israel Qemetary Those who wlah may
make a contribution to the charity of
their choice. Preparation was by
Chessed She! Ernes. A native of Brook-
lyn. N.Y.. Mrs A ter had been a
resident of Tampa for 32 years. Sur-
vivors Include son. Burt Kahn,
Bradenton. daughter. Mrs. Jake (Lois)
Brown, Tampa, brother, Charles Kauf-
man. Tampa, two sisters, Mrs. Sid Rae
Weiss. Tampa, Mrs. Foster (Ethel)
Hart man. Long Island. N.T., and
Ganddaughter Rhonda Brown. Curry's
d chary of arrangements.
which has been complicated, by
the fact that Iraq and Syria ire
caught in domestic turmoil, and
Algeria is in trouble over the
Western Sahara.
Sadat meanwhile offered to play
host to the 230,000 residents of
Haifa in Alexandria, which is
visited by some 1.5 million
tourists annually.
i
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Minnie Posner, President of the Auxiliary
Albert Aronowitz Post 373
The Jewish War Veterans
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TAMPA
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[iDAY.Sept. 14
(Candlolighling time 7:16 p. m.)
Imors, Games 10-11 a.m. Congregation Beth Israel Chavura
Immel will meet following services
iTURDAY. Sept. 15
Jngregation Beth Israel, Social Hour preceding Selichot Services -
i p.m. Temple David Reception preceding Selichot Services -
|30 p.m. Congregation Rodeph Sholom, Reception preceding
llichot Services- 11 p.m.
iNDAY.Sept. 16
Ingregation Schaaroi Zedek, Brotherhood Brunch 10 a.m.
llel School Family picnic All Day Hadassah Ameet Garage
|e Carrollwood Village Animal Hospital on North Dale Mabry -
Jam. 3p.m Congregation Kol Ami Board Meeting 7:30 p.m.
lampa Jewish Federation Young Leadership Group II 7:30 p.m.
lewish Community Center Programs begin for grades 1-12 Noon
> p.m.
)NDAY.Spt. 17
iwish War Veterans' Auxiliary Board Meeting 1:30 p.m.
|hoarai Zedek Board Meeting 8 p.m.
JESDAY. Sept. 18
bdassah Bowling -a.m. ORT Day Board Meeting -9 a.m. ORT-
ty Lunch 11:30 a.m. Hillel School Board 6 p.m. Hillel Open
puse 7:30 p.m. Beth Israel Sisterhood 7:30 p.m. ORT -
lening membership p.m.
(eDNISDAY. Sept. 19
CJW Vice President's Meeting a.m. JCC Food Co-Op 10a.m.
! 12:30 p.m. Hadassah general meeting a.m. Temple David
fcterhood noon Beth Israel Board 8 p.m. Rodeph Sholom
Bn'sClub Board p.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood p.m. Jewish Com-
unity Center Noah's Ark Opening p.m. Aleph Zadek Aleph
[d B'nai B'rith Girls at the JCC 7:30 p.m.
JURSDAY. Sept. 20 (Candlelighting time 7:08 p.m.)
RT Evening Bowling Hillel Parents Board Meeting
130 a.m. Beth Israel lecture and discussion: "Our Jewish Roots"
[Reservations 251 -4275 -noon Jewish Community Center Board -
|30p.m.
tIDAY. Sept. 21
?EV ROSH HASHANAH
UURDAY. Sept. 22
)SH HASHANAH
INDAY. Sept. 23
)SH HASHANAH Second Day
IhZFTY Meeting 11:30 a.m. Schaarai Zedek Cemetery Service -
[yttle Hill 1 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Cemetery Service Woodlawn
(p.m.
1ampa Seniors, Calendar
MDAY. Sept. 14
ames- 10-11 a.m.
IDAY.Sept. 16
us leaves JCC for field trip to the St. Pete Art Museum 12:15 p. m.
fONDAY.Sept. 17
jacrame 9 a.m. to noon Arts and Crafts 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Bramics and Hand Built Pottery 2:30-4:30 p. m.
JESDAY. Sept. 18
"nting for Seniors (Beginners especially welcome) 10 a.m. to3
m. "It Pays to Increase Your Word Power" 1 to 2 p. m.
[EDNESDAY.Sept.19
psic Sewing (Claw in Temple Terrace) 1 to 4 p.m. "Israel
tme History of Storm and Slreu" 2 to 3 p.m.
HURSDAY. Sept. 20
l Pays to Increase Your Word Power" 1 to 2 p.m. Free Blood
essure Tests 1 to 3 p.m. Rummy-Q 2 to 4 p.m. Astrology 7
m.
*IDAY. Sept. 21
ttmes- lOtoll a.m.
*V ROSH HASHANAH
I'lher information on all programs for Seniors is available from
Inna Davis, senior citizen coordinator of the Jewish Community
kter. Phone 872-4451.
JCC Offers
New
Programs
The Tampa Jewish Com-
munity Center features some-
thing "new and energetic" for the
Fall season. Starting Sunday,
Sept. 16, an all new Sunday
program has been set up for
grades 1-12, from noon to 5 p.m.
For the dramatist-at-heart, the
JCC has drama a program
featuring Pamela Bailey Powers,
artistic director of the Curious
Trunkets Theatre for children
and teaching apprentice for the
Enchanted Family Mime Troupe.
Ms. Powers will be instructing
grades 1-3 and 4-5, concentrating
on total creativity development,
incorporating creative dramatics
including music, dance, pup-
petry, mime, costume design and
visual arts. Ms. Regina Massen
will be instructing grades 6-8 and
9-12. Ms. Massen has toured with
Judith Case and also with the
Enchanted Mime Troupe.
Creative Cookery will be
taught by Jeri Davis-Wasser-
berger.
Arts and Crafts is another
class with some added specials,
also taught by Ms. Wasser-
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they want and bring home all
completed projects.
The Sunday program also
consists of Baton Sports World.
A variety of programs is planned
for fun loving kids, utilizing the
gym. Paul Joseph of Arthur
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disco.
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Friday, September u i
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WILL IT BE A
We hear the shofar sound, and we
repeat the ancient formula. "May you
be inscribed for a good year." But as
you celebrate the High Hobdays, ask
yourself: Will it be a good year...
.. .forJews emigrating from Russia,
from Iran, from areas of Jewish distress
all over the world seeking new life in
Israel, or here in the U.S.?
.. .for the thousands of earlier immi-
ill
YEAR?
grants to Israel, and their children-
whole generations not yet absorbed
into the nation's mainstream?
...for the less fortunate Jews in our
own community -the single parent
trying to cope with a new life... the
breadwinner out of work at mid-career
... rebellious young people and
fatherless teenagers.. .dependent
older people?
rrs up to us.
IF YOU REALLY WISH A GOOD YEAR TO ALL THE FAMILY
OF ISRAEL-MAKE THE WISH MEAN SOMETHING
WITH A PLEDGE TO OUR 1980 CAMPAIGN '
NOW.

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