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*'Jewish Flcridiar
Volume 4 Number 30
Off Tampa
Tampa, Florida Friday, September 17, 1982
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Days of Awe
Soul needs Rosh hashonah an6 yom kippup
they Gxepcise
Jewish loyalties
mope than Otheps
By JONATHAN SACKS
London Chronicle Syndicate
RABBI SHMELKE of Nikolsburg once said:
If I had the choice, I would rather not die. For in
the world to come there are no Days of Awe. And
what can the soul of man do without the Days of
Judgement?"
A strange reason for wanting to live. But true,
nonetheless. The soul needs Rosh Hashonah and
Yom Kippur. If we were to choose days in the cal-
endar which enhanced life, these surely would be
i he last on the list. The excitement of Simchat
Torah, perhaps, or the uninhibited celebration of
I'urim; Pesach and our historical roots; or the
peace <>f Shabbat. But the Days of Awe exercise
I heir call on Jewish loyalties more than any
ol hers. The soul knows its needs.
Why? Could it be this, that each ot our lives
traces out a story? And a story needs its division
into chapters a pause after an interval of time,
to consider where we have reached and where we
are going. What's the use, to paraphrase Alice, of
a story without chapters? It would read like a
headlong rush to a predestined end.
THE JEWISH CALENDAR is full of pauses:
the seventh day, the seventh month, the seventh
year. The reason? Because we take a peculiar view
of life. We do not stake our religious claims on a
few exalted moments of revelation, or on with-
drawal from the stresses and dilemmas of ordi-
nary existence, or on dreams of a world after this
where all is peace. Our offering is our life, taken
in its entirety. It is our only significant work of
art. So we must pause, as the writers of our con-
tinuing autobiography, to see whether the story is
keeping to its intended outline; whether we must
change the direction in the coming chapter;
whether we must go back and erase mistakes.
It is written in the Sefer Hachinnuch: "Out of
kindness towards His creatures, God remembers
them and reviews their actions every year on
Rosh Hashonah, that their sins may not grow too
numerous, and there may be room for forgive-
ness; and being few, He may forgive them. For if
He were not to remember them for a long time,
their sins would so accumulate aa to doom the
world, God forbid. So this holy day assures the
world of survival."
Or: this is the book of life that we have written
so far. Take it, we pray You, and read it. We know
some of its errors and shortcomings. But this is
the next chapter we have planned, to bring the
story back to its course. Have we the right to con-
tinue? Allow us to complete our book of life.
BUT IT IS NOT always that easy. Sometimes
we can have the sense that the whole book is
subtly untrue. That the character whose life we
have been acting out is not ourselves.
How does it happen?
Rosh Hashonah, thia year. We no longer feel as
safe as we once did. Social unrest, terrorism, vio-
lence, the fear of a great anger on the verge of ex-
pression. Are we reading the opening chapter of a
familiar story that we thought we would never
hear again?
Michael B., a teen-ager, is walking home from
school. What does he know of such worries? He
was born after the Holocaust; to him it is not
even a memory. He has grown up in the kind of
security that has left him with no real worries
about his future. He knows that once Jews were
anxious, driven and persecuted. But he has not
met with this mentality in his experience. It is a
kind of caricature. The alternative image is much
more real to him: of Israel as a place where Jews
are safe, where when attacked, they fight back,
where one can be proud.
That he is a Jew is perhaps the last thing on his
mind when they set on him, a group of skinheads,
and leave him some minutes later with a bloody
nose, shaken and bewildered. In those minutes he
has heard slogans that had remained dormant but
alive for forty years. Is this how it was? Does this,
he wonders for the first time, explain the look of
watchfulness that he has noticed and hitherto
dismissed, in older Jewish eyes?
ABSURD, he had always thought, to go
around searching for signs of anti-Semitism. He
had seen it, in his mind s eye, as a kind of ritual,
like the searching for crumbs before Pesach. All
the crumbs had gone long before, and yet his
father had still sprinkled some so that the search
would not be in vain. Fear of persecution was like
that. You invented the symptoms to convince
yourself that you were not being irrational. That,
at any rate, was what he had told himself. And he
was not going to change his mind in a hurry.
But since then he has walked more carefully.
He does not go home alone. Things unsettle him.
That abuse flung from a passing car. Why him?
He rehearses what he would have replied: So
what if I go to a Jewish school? Does that make
me responsible for unemployment? Am I taking
anyone else's job? Am I responsible for the poli-
cies of the Israeli Government? I'm English. I'm
no different from you. But then he never does
get the chance to reply.
This year, as he prepares to go to shul on Rosh
Hashonah, something is not quite as it was. In-
stead of being prepared to feel dutifully bored, he
feels quietly angry.
This is Your book, not mine, he is thinking. I
don't know where or why it started: this tension
between the world and the Jew. But I am no party ,
to the quarrel. If being a Jew means being a
decent human being, with a social conscience, and
a willingness to work for charitable causes, then I
have no argument. I feel as strongly about un-
employment, inner-city deprivation, racial discri-
mination, as anyone else. But if it means having
to spend my time being worried about being at-
tacked or insulted, then count me out. I didn't
choose to be a party to this ancient animosity. I
didn't choose to be chosen, and I'd much rather I
hadn't been. Write me out of the plot of Your
book.
THE FIRST MORNING. They are reading
from the Torah. The same special Rosh Hashonah
tune, elegiac, melancholy, the tune of a sad, not
stubborn people. Unusually for him, Michael B. is
following the story with ironic fascination. Sarah
has given birth at last to her son. She is laughing.
Abraham how Jewiahly makes a great feast.
And Sarah notices that Ishmael, her handmaid's
son, is mocking. She asks Abraham to send
mother and son away.
Abraham is reluctant: after all, this is also his
son. But God agrees with Sarah. And the two are
sent away. They wander in the desert. Their water
has gone. They prepare to die. God hears the cry
of the boy. He sends, miraculously, a well of water
for Hagar and her son. He is going to protect Ish-
mael, and make of him a nation.
Michael B. is wondering. Couldn't Sarah, or at
least Abraham, see what they were doing? Wasn't
that the classic way of creating envy, resentment?
Surely they were not sending Ishmael away to
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, September 17,19^
On the dais for the Tampa Jewish Community
Solidary Gathering were (left to right) Les
Barnett, 1983 campaign chairman, Michael
Levine, president, Tampa Jewish Federation; Zvi
KoliU, Howard Sinsley, community relations
chairman, Tampa Jewish Federation; Rabbi
Leonard Rosenthal, Rabbi Kenneth Bemer and
Rabbi Frank Sundheim. Not : pictured: Gary
Alter, executive director, Tampa Jewish Federa-
tion. The three rabbis had each spent five days
within the past two weeks in Israel and Lebanon
on a mission sponsored by the Tampa Jewish
Federation. Said Rabbi Berger referring to this
week's Torah portion, "You stand together all of
you before the House of God as we stand together
united in support of Israel." "It is still the Israel I
knew. It is still a concerned Israeli army. I am
proud to talk of solidarity with the people of
Israel," Rabbi Sundheim said, "RabbiRosenthal
told of speaking to an Israel soldier who told
him," "Never without support. You can express a
difference of opinions but remember: You are
there. We are here."
The Tampa Jewish Community Solidarity
"Gathering" began with the Pledge of Allegiance
with a color guard formed by young people within
the community. To date $63,000 has been raised
for the Special Israel Fund. Tampa's goal for this
fund is $400,000 which is in addition to the Regu-
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Tampa Jewish Federation, with
Rabbi Rosenthal will be Rabbi
Jeffrey Foust, director of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at
the University of South Florida,
and rabbis from both Pinellas
and Sarasota Counties.
Meeting
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Temple men to their opening
meeting. This breakfast meeting
will be held at the Temple on
Sunday morning, 9:30 a.m.
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New Year's Message 5743-1983
On the eve of the Jewish New
Year, 5743, Rabbi Joseph P.
Stemstein, president of the
American Zionist Federation, the
umbrella agency of the American
Zionist movement, appealed for
both Jews and non-Jews to band
together to break the backs of the
new anti-Semites and to increase
support for Israel simultaneous-
ly, against the growing web of
anti-Semitism promulgated by
the Soviet-Arab block.
"The war in Lebanon proved
suspicions that the Soviet-Arab
block has succeeded in eroding
Western support for Israel and
rekindling primitive anti-Semitic
passions throughout the world,"
Rabbi Sternstein stated. He
added, "Israel remains the Jew-
ish people's ultimate refuge
against anti-Semitism. Zionism
this year is more important than
ever."
"In every corner of the globe,
anti-Semitic attacks increased In
Switzerland, Austria and West
(iermany, where people swore on
millions of tombstones that it
would never happen again, and in
France, whre pleas for tighter se-
curity against a rise of anti-
Semitic attacks that trebled since
1975, could not prevent the worst
massacre against Jews in that
country since World War II," he
noted.
Rabbi Sterstein said emphati-
cally, "More than 100 were hurt
and several killed during an at-
tack on a synagogue in Antwerp.
In Rome, grenades were thrown
at a Jewish synagogue. In Jewish
communities in Los Angeles, De-
troit, London and Milan, violence
became commonplace. In Poland,
where a handful of Jews eke out a
hand-to-mouth existence, the
military regime used anti-Semitic
agitprop to bolster its support
among the masses while Polish
Holocaust survivors trembled
with recollection."
"In Ethiopia, Iran and Syria,
Jews died or languished accord-
ingly to government policy. From
Buenos Aires to Berlin, Nazi
newspapers and books sold as
briskly as they did in the forties.
Anti-Semitic quotas reduced the
number of Jewish students at-
tending universities in the Soviet
Union to their lowest level ever.
At the same time, immigration
from the Soviet Union this year is
100 percent lower than last. Only
2,283 Jews have immigrated to
date, against an overall figure of
9,477 last year; 21,471 in 1980;
and 51,320 in 1979," he added.
"The Soviet Union is the chief
agent of the world's anti-Semitic
hatred," he declared. "And
radical Arabs are the Soviets'
chief spokesmen in the West. As
long as the two act in tandem, the
situation will worsen during the
next year. We pray for peace in
the Middle East, but we realize
that there is no fast solution to
the problems of that region which
have been exploited by Arab
governments for more than three
decades. Israel and Zionism are
vital to the survival of Jews
everywhere. If there is a single
message to glean from the year's
events, it is that Zionism
Jewish national identity is the
best antidote to the problems of
Jews."
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29 ELUL, 5742
Number 30
5743 Prayers For
A Meaningful Year
Friday, September 17, 1982
Volume 4
New Year's Message
From Sharon Mock
As the New Year approaches, we as a community and as indi-
viduals, re-evaluate the past and look ahead to a time of horje
and peace. *^
We in Tampa are fortunate to be able to carry out our lives in
relative comfort and safety. We may worship where we please
and have much control over the quality of our personal lives as
well as our Jewish community.
Unfortunately, this is not the case elsewhere. However, we by
having a strong local community can hopefully be in a position
to help those less fortunate in the Diaspora.
Let us all as responsible Tampa Jews make a promise to our-
selves and our community to invest our time, efforts and dollars
into being the best we can be. We owe it to ourselves and to our
Jewish heritage.
L'Shava Tova.
By MICHAEL L. LEVINE
President
Tampa Jewish Federation
Erev Rosh Hashanah is tradi-
tionally a time for review and to
assessment at what lies ahead.
In the tradition of our people
and our faith, we express grati-
tude for the good of the year gone
by and reassert our resolve to
complete the tasks remaining.
Although our community real-
ized the largest amount of
funding ever raised in Tampa for
local, national and overseas
needs, we were more than
$200,000 short of our goal. This
shortage will be reflected in
severe cutbacks to agencies and
in services that provide the in-
gredients necessary to maintain
and improve the quality of Jew-
ish life.
Our brothers and sisters in Is-
rael have paid an overwhelming
price for peace with the return of
Yamit and the entire Sinai.
Harmful media distortions con-
cerning events in Lebanon have
raised our awareness of the intol-
erable double standard that is
applied to Israel. Tragically, we
find the doors barred for our
brothers and sisters in the Soviet
Union.
The year ahead will continue to
be a crucial time in our people's
history when we will need to
stand firm; secure in the right-
eousness of our principled cause.
We must continue to oppose the
forces in the world which are re-
turning to anti-Semitism. We
must maintain our partnershin
with Israel and worldwide
Jewry, in which our own Jewish
community plays a crucial role.
As we celebrate these Hh
Holy Days, I ask each one to take
the time to reflect and take stock
Is 5,742 years of history worthy
of our most intense commitment
to the future of our Jewish com.
munity and world Jewry?
May the sound of the sho&u
awaken within each of us the
knowledge that we have the
ability to meet the challenges
that lie ahead, and that what the
New Year will bring for us and ill
Jews, is in our hands.
May you be inscribed in the
book of life for a good year.
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. September 17,1982
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 5
5742-5743
Rebirth, Renewal and Regeneration
By RABBI
[ SAMUEL MALLINGER
Temple David
fHayom Haras Olom" Ac-
hing to our sages, this marks
,tion of the world. Standing
he threshold of the Hebrew
Year 5743, let us ponder on
religious significance to the
ning of these sacred Yonim
oim Days of Awe and
pidation, as well as to the past
r's personal, as well as world,
lievements and failures.
dually, what is there new
Ut a New Year? As we record
(hange of year in the world's
ar for the most part it
remains the same old habitat. In
reality, we witness no miraculous
changes in the world about us
when we write a new figure of
time. We simply substitute the
calendar date from 1982 to 1983
in our business transactions.
However, our Rabbis (of bless-
ed memory) were wise when they
instituted the phrase "Shana
Tova" Good Year with which
we are to greet each other at this
season. Remember, that our faith
never speaks of a New Year but
of a Good Year for us and for
the whole world.
Rosh Hashana is the day when
amidst void and chaos, G-d pro-
Community Calendar
Friday, Sept. 17
(Candlelighting tim<
7:13) Erev Rosh Hashana
Brandon Jewish Chavurah New Year's Parfy 8 p.m.
Wkv;fM.n
Tune in: "The Jewish Sound" 88 5 fm 9-11 a.m. Congregation
Schaarai Zedek Religious School begins at 9 a.m. *
Congregation Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Meeting and Break-
fast 9:30 a.m.
p. m.
rnDraoy, Sept. 20
Congregation Kol Ami Board Meeting 7:30
Congregation Schaarai Zedek Board Meeting 8 p.m.
tossy, Styt. 21
Jewish Towers Board Meeting 4 p.m. ORT (Tampa chapter)
General Meeting 7:30 p.m. Jewish Towers Games 7:30 p.m.
Congregation Schaarai Zedek SCHZFTY Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Congregation Kol Ami Youth Committee 8:30 p.m.
MhhH*y,S*.22
National Council Jewish Women Board Meeting 10 a.m.
Temple David Sisterhood Meeting 1 p.m.
>ndB/,Ss*.23
I JCC Food Co-op 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Jewish Towers Residents-
claimed "Y'hee Or Let There
Be Light," and thus the chaos
took on form and creativity. Per-
haps to some, this concept ap-
pears to be only a legend "chron-
ologically," but I feel that "psy-
chologically," it serves today to
bring home truth.
Is not our world today in a
state of chaos, mistrust, void and
confusion? Behold, today's wars
of fire raging all about. Middle
East Lebanese cities have suf-
fered. Many killed and thousands
wounded. A thanks to the PLO
terrorists, Syria and other Arab
cohorts who continue to seek Is-
rael's destruction. The Afghans
continue to resist the Russian
Bear's desire of conquest, Ethio-
pia was subdued by the Soviets,
while Iran-Iraq continue to battle
on and on. England defeated
Argentina in the Falklands, but
hatred against the British con-
tinue to smolder. In Latin Amer-
Monogement Meeting
Board Meeting 8 p.m.
Fridny, Sept. 24
(Candlelighting time 7:05)
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ends with Yom Kippur, has been
recognized by all religious Jew?
as Aseres Y'may Tshuvah Ten
Days of Penitence and a period ot
Chesbon Hanefesh accounting
of the soul (taking personal
stock). This does not merely refer
to our transgressions sins
against G-d, but against our fel-
low men. It must be an opportun-
ity for all of us to assess our rela-
tionship, to intensify all efforts
rendering all possible aid to the
State of Israel.
In the USA, nothing has re-
united Jews into an "Aguda
Echad" Single Bond of Kin-
ship, as when danger has appear-
ed at home or abroad. The Holo-
caust, 1948 Israel's War of Inde-
pendence, Six Day War of 1967,
Yom Kippur War in 1973 and
ica and Africa, wars continue to now during the recent Israel-Leb-
rage. Indeed, it becomes fright- anon PLO confrontations, once
ening to behold the dislocations
and the ruin of our civilization.
One cannot fathom the change
in the American Administra-
tion's hostility toward Israel
since the Jewish State's incur-
sion into Lebanon. The denuncia-
tions, villifications, and hatred,
expressed by our government,
Congress, citizens and the news
media has been bias, 100 percent
again, the world has turned
against Israel. Fear not, Israel
has not only survived, but has
grown mightier. Even her ene-
mies secretly respect, admire and
envy her.
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support in the political, moral
and financial spheres. Do your
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achieved the impossible. Not in
1900 years has the House of Is-
rael witnessed such a glorious
Rosh Hashana. May we, in the
diaspora, match this great Jew-
ish hour of our history. May we
do all to uphold the hands of
these heroic builders of Zion and
thus share in the work of redemp-
tion for Israel, and through Israel
share in the redemption and
peace of righteous mankind
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, September 17.
AZF President Cites Gaping Flaws In New Reagan Policy in Mideast
Breaches Camp David
Leaves Status of Jerusalem
Inconclusive
Scores President's Omission
of Israeli Role In Peace Initiative
American Zionist Federation
President, Rabbi Joseph P.
Sternstein, reacted sharply to
1'resident Reagan's television ad-
dress, stated, "It rewards the re-
jectionist Arab states'' and "en-
tirely ignores the tangible sacri-
fices already made by Israel.1'
"All Jews are appalled and
shocked by the President's
vagueness about the status of
Jerusalem. The beauty and glory
of a united Jerusalem came about
only as a result of Israeli sover-
eignty and control over it. All
Jewish people are opposed to
Jerusalem being taken from
them." he stated "The Presi-
dent's significant statement,
however well-intentioned, is flaw-
ed: It rewards the criminal and
punishes the victim."
He added, "the President
noted that a '"new opportunity"
and historic day had arrived in
the Middle East. He was gen-
erous in his accolades for Philip
Habib and the American initia-
tive. But he totally ignored the
fact that it was the Israeli mili-
tary effort, at the cost of many
Israeli lives, that actually turned
the corner in the Beirut negotia-
tions. He cannot feign surprise
over Jewish reaction here, which
is bound to be indignant. His
statement failed to cite the pivo-
tal role that the Israeli military
played in forming the eventual
outcome of the Beirut stale-
mate," Rabbi Sternstein stated.
"The approach of the President
violates the hard-won negotiation
mechanism of Camp David,
which specified that any agree-
ments about the west Bank must
be reached by all three parties
only at the conclusion of five
years of autonomous Palestinian
existence. Only then were the
parties to have laid their final
claims on the table. For the Unit-
ed States to articulate its conclu-
sion now about the status of the
West Bank, pre-empts any fair
outcome. It stacks the cards
against Israel from the outset,"
he said.
"While occupying the West
Bank, the Jordanians forcibly
prevented Jewish settlements;
cemeteries were desecrated. Jew-
ish Holy artifacts defecated
upon, for amusement. Jordan's
occupation of the West Bank was
Jordanian only insofar as it was
mutilative of Jewishness. She
constructed nothing: she farmed
nothing: she ransacked and de-
stroyed." he declared.
"To maintain now that Israel
has no right to settlement of that
area, and to ask for a freeze of
settlement, is to assent to Jor-
dan's illegal claim to the West
Bank, as well as its repugnant
methods for making the West
Bank "Jordanian." In effect, he
has created a "Judenrein." No
Israeli can be expected to accept
such a request from the Presi-
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only as a result of Israeli sover-
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Jewish people are united on the
issue of Jerusalem that it
cannot be torn from them. What-
ever the blessings of peace that
have been brought to the Middle
East have been created through
the tangible sacrifices of Israel.
notably Israels surrender of J
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"The President's
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Friday, September 17,1982
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 7
Reagan Demands Settlements Freeze
JERUSALEM (JTA)
_ New tensions in the rela-
tions between Israel and
the United States have de-
veloped as President Reag-
an, in a letter to Premier
Menachem Begin, de-
manded a freeze on Jewish
settlements on the West
Bank and Gaza Strip, a halt
to the expansion of existing
settlements, and full link-
age between Jordan and the
West Bank.
Israeli leaders, caught by sur-
prise at this development, ex-
pressed anger not only at the de-
mands but also at the timing,
just as the last group of PLO and
Syrian forces left west Beirut and
as Begin was scheduled to meet
with U.S. Defense Secretary
Caspar Weinberger later that
very day.
ISRAELI OFFICIALS viewed
Reagan's message as constitut-
ing a new American policy
toward the autonomy negotia-
tions and the Palestinian
problem, and as challenging the
basic principles of Israeli policy
on those issues. Israeli officials
also viewed the timing of Reag-.
an's letter in the context of the
upcoming summit conference of
Arab nations, noting that the
U.S. seemed to want to make it
clear that it does not intend to
waste any time to solve the Pal-
estinian issue which was pushed
to the top of the international
agenda by the war in Lebanon.
The understanding of senior
political sources in Jerusalem
was that Keagan issued his de-
mands as a precondition for the
resumption of the autonomy
talks. If true, the sources said.
Israel would not agree to resume
ihe autonomy talks on the basis
nl Reagan's demands. The
sources also pointed out that Is-
rael would have to seriously
study Reagan's letter to deter-
mine if the message constitutes a
deviation from the Camp David
accords.
It was recalled that U.S. Secre-
tary oi Slate (ieorge Shultz told a
television interviewer a week be-
lore that the Camp David process
can be interpreted in many ways
and that the Palestinian should
have a role in determining the
onditions under which they live.
I'his was seen as a reference to
"me form ol Palestinian par-
ticipation in the peace negotia-
l ing process.
SHULTZ, at a press confer-
ence in Washington last month,
also stated that the Camp David
accords had a "lot of room for
ideas'' and that the Reagan Ad-
ministration was forming its own
views. He said the Administra-
tion expected to be moving on the
issue of Palestinian rights, but
did not elaborate at the time.
Hegin told a Cabinet meeting a
week ago, in response to Egyp-
tian officials who were saying
that Israel was maintaining a
narrow and restricted interpreta-
tion of the provisions of the
Camp David agreements, that
Israel would not feel bound to ad-
here to the accords if Egypt tried
to change its dimensions.
However, at least one Israeli
official was quoted as saying:
As far as we are concerned, we
stick, and we shall stick to the
amp David accords." According
to.this concept, only the autono-
my issue should be discussed at
i lus stage. Any other ideas, such
as Jordanian linkage to the West
Hank, should be discussed only
after the mechanisms for autono-
my have been settled and au-
tonomy is in effect for five years,
according to the Israeli view.
A KEY question at this stage
w whether Reagan's points are
academic or operational. If the
Keagan Administration insists
that the demands raised by
Heagan be implemented, Israel
will undoubtedly reject them, and
a confrontation will be unavoid-
able, Israeli political sources said.
According to political analysts,
the outcome of the session was a
foregone conclusion: it decided to
expand existing settlements and
establish new ones. In fact, the
new town of Maale Adumim,
located on the road linking Jeru-
salem with the Jordan valley
town of Jericho, was dedicated
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, September 17. iq,,?
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^ By LESL1
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LESLIE AIDMAN
(Call me about your social new a
at 872-4470)
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Our most sincere congratulations to some of our friends
who recently celebrated big events in their livestheir 25th
wedding anniversities! Best wishes to Millie and Walter Woolf
and Goldie and David Shear on this most special anniversary.
Both couples enjoyed lots of celebrating and wonderful parties
in their honor. Lil Weinberg gave her daughter and son-in-law a
surprise party, and Goldie and David were feted by their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shear and Bea Woolf. We just love
hearing about happy events lots of love to all of you.
We were so sorry to hear that our friend Morris Weisman
had been ailing recently. We hope you are feeling better and
back up on those "dancing feet." You know you just can't keep a
good man down, and knowing how involved and busy Morris
always is, they are probably having to tie him down with chains
in order to take time out to recover!
Congratulations to Joyce and Herb Swarzman of the recent
baby naming of their daughter Elizabeth Barbara Swarzman.
This most coveted tradition was held at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom during morning minyan. That evening the Swarzmans
held an open house in their home, in honor of their daughter's
naming.
Just knew you would like to hear about Miles Gilman's
latest achievement. Miles, who is the son of Bernice and Morty
Gilman, recently graduated from Mercer College in Atlanta with
a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. He graduated with a specialty in
Pharmoco-Kinetics and has also published several papers in this
specialized field. Miles has taken a job with Baptist Hospital in
Miami. Loads of congratulations to all of you on this big event.
Please accept my personal wishes for health, happiness and
a peaceful New Year. Lets all try a little bit harder this year to
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do a little bit more, to give a little bit more and to think of our
fellow man and fellow Jews-just a little bit more. Please con-
tinue to let me hear from you during the coming year-your
good news is our good news. Again, a happy holiday to you all.
On Sunday, the Brotherhood of Congregation Schaarai
Zedek will enjoy their opening meeting of the year. At a morning
brunch, beginning at 9:30 a.m. these men will nibble on a deli-
cious breakfast fare while listening to guest speaker, Gayle Sier-
ens. sports reporter. Gayle. who is a native of Tampa, joined the
sports staff of WFLA-TV in January of 1977. She is sure to give
her predictions for the Bucs vs. Redskins game to be held that
afternoon at 4 p.m. So after you drop off the kids at the first day
of Religious School. Brotherhood president. Lou Zipkin invites
all Temple men to join them for what promises to be a great first
Brotherhood meeting for the 1982-83 year.
The Sisterhood at the Temple is equally as busy as their
male counterparts, especially with planning all the events for the
Southeastern Federation of Temple Sisterhoods District 13 Bi-
ennial which will be held in our fair city this year from Oct. 15-
17. The motto for this year's convention is "Put the T back in
Sisterhood." So don't be idle, inactive, indifferent, or incompe-
tentcome to the convention to become informed, to learn how
to be instrumental in motivating Sisterhood, and to become in-
spired! For those of you who are interested in learning more
about the convention plans you may contact the Temple at 876-
2377.
___The Sisterhood of Congregation Rodeph Sholom has been
busy and in full swing since their first meeting in August. Lots
of ladies helped make this opening meeting, entitled. "This is
Your Life, Sisterhood a smashing success. Ethel Field de-
serves applause for putting together the script of Sisterhood's
history. The kitchen staff for the day included those terrific
chefsMimi Weiss, Claire Levin, Candy Latter, Annie and
Becky Margolin. Marlene Steinberg organized the visual aides
which included photos and memoribilia from the past. The lively
table decorations were the work of Betty Shalett.
An additional note about Congregation Rodeph Sholom
Sisterhood members; few of these ladies were fortunate to at-
tend the Hadassah convention held in Jerusalem this summer.
These travelers included Betty Shallett, Diana Siegel, Nina
Bernstein, and Judy Tawil along with Diana's husband,
Martin and Betty's daughter, Rebecca Zwick.
... Here's an exciting, informal idea to make new friends: A
series of mini-socials at residential homes sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation. The next gathering will be Oct. 2 at
the home of Leonard Levy. R.S.V.P. by Sept. 27. Refreshments
will be served. There is no charge and no solicitation. Call: Leo-
nard M. Levy, 879-5247 or Nat Beller, 961-5495.
A real happy birthday to our dear friends at the Jewish
Towers who celebrate their special day during the month of
Sept. These wonderful people include: Lfly Ciccarello, Mamie
Lazzara. Fannie Pisetsky, Sarah Pullara, Angie Romano,
Marguerite Harvey, Yetta Antonoff, Frances Pina, Thais
Will ins, Dorothy Harrington, Pearl Hess, Dr. Rae Galpern,
Leon Lavine, and Anna Newirth.
We love you all and really hope you had marvelous birthdays.
Meet Dr. Michael and Nancy Shaw who moved here recent-
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South with their 2'/2 year old daughter, Allison. They are anx-
iously expecting their second child in Dec. Nancy and Michael,
who is a radiologist, are originally from New York. Our new fam-
ily are active members of Congregation Kol Ami, where Nancy is
on the Sisterhood board. In addition, Nancy has become such an
active, valuable member of the evening chapter of Women's
American ORT, that she was the recipient of the "Most Valu-
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family is already quite involved in the Tampa communitywe
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......Until next week......
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Friday. September 17,1982
Synagogue SchedulesHigh Holidays57431982
Sat., Sept. 11
CONGREGATION KOL AMI
Conservative
3919 Moran Road
962-6338
SELICHOT
Fri., Sept. 17
Sat., Sept. 18
Mincha-Ma'ariv
Sun., Sept. 19
Mincha-Tashlich
ROSH HASH AN AH
7:
4:30 p
Services will be held in the Michaelaon's back yard.
SHABBAT SHUVAH
10 p.m.
8 p.m.
9 a.m.
15 p.m.
9 a.m.
m.
Fri., Sept. 24
Sat., Sept. 25
YOM KIPPUR
Sun., Sept. 26 6.
Mon., Sept. 27
Mincha-Neilah
8 p.m.
10 a.m.
45 p.m.
9 a.m.
5 p.m.
CONGREGATION RO'DEPH SHOLOM
Conservative
2713 Bay shore Boulevard
837-1911
S'LICHOT
Sat., Sept. 11
Havdallah 9:30 p.m.
Coffee hour and discussion 9:45 11:16 p.m.
S*Lichot Services
CEMETERY SERVICES
Sun., Sept. 12
Myrtle Hill Cemetery 10:30 a.m.
Beth Israel Cemetery 11:30 a.m.
Rodeph Sholom Cemetery 12 p.m.
ROSH HASHANAH
Fri., Sept. 17
Evening Service 8 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 18
Shacharit Service 9:30 a.m.
Sun., Sept. 19
Shacharit Service
Tashlich at conclusion of Service
SHABAT SHUVAH
Fri., Sept. 24
Evening Service 8 p.m.
FSat.,Sept.25
Shacharit Service 10 a.m.
YOM KIPPUR
Sun. Sept. 26
Kol Nidre 6:45 p.m.
Mon., Sept. 27
Shacharit Service 10 a.m.
Torah Service 11:15 a.m.
Sermon 12:15 p.m.
Musat Service 12:45 p.m.
Martyrology 2:30 p.m.
Yiskor 2:45 p.m.
Mincha Service 5:45 p.m.
N'ilah Service 6:30 p.m.
Shofar 7:50 p.m.
CONGREGATION SCHAARAIZEDEK
Reform
3303 Swann Avenue
876-2377
SELICHOT SERVICES
Sat. Sept. 11 10:30 p.m.
(Preceded at 9 p.m. by the Rabbi's Reception)
ROSH HASH AN A
Fri., Sept. 17 6:15 p.m.
and 8:30 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 18 9am
and 11:30 a.m.
Children's Services
2 p.m.
CEMETERY VISITATIONS
Sun., Sept. 19
Woodlawn Cemetery
Myrtle Hill Cemetery
YOM KIPPUR
Sun., Sept. 26
Evening Services
Mon., Sept. 27
SCHZFTY Creative Service
Children's Services
Memorial and Concluding Services
Break-the-Fast
1 p.m.
2 p.m.

6:15 p.m.
and 8:30 p.m.
10 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
4 p.m.
5:30 pm.
B' NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
University of Sooth Florida
5014 Patricia Ct., No. 172
9887076 or 988-1234
ROSH HASHANAH
UC Ballroom
Sept. 17
Sept. 18
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Sept. 27
YOM KIPPUR
UC Ballroom
7:30 p.m.
10 a.m.
10 a.m.
6 p.m.
10 a.m.
TEMPLE DAVID
2001 Swann Ave
251-4215
Pre-Holiday Selichoth
Penitential Service
Pre-Holiday Selichoth G Penitential Service
Temple David will hold its Pret-Rosh Hashana Selichoth Serv-
ice on Satuday, Sept. 11 A Pre Selichoth Reception will begin at
10 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Milian Hirsch will host the social hours.
Rabbi Mallinger will discuss the High Holy Days followed with
a musical hour. Before the Penitential Service, the Rabbi will
present a sermon "Having a Safe Voyage." Selichoth will begin
at 11:30 p.m. and will be chanted by the Rabbi.
Rosh Hashana Evening
A complete Yom Tov Maariv, English readings, etc. will be
held on Friday evening, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. The Rabbi will
chant the service assisted by a chorus group. His sermon will be
"Remember Yesterday Today and Tomorrow." A gala hol-
iday reception will follow. The officers of the congregation will
be hosts.
Rosh Hashana Morning
On Saturday (Sept. 18 ) early service will begin at 8:30 a.m.
George Resnick will conduct the "Psukay D'zimrah." Herbert
Handler will lead with the Shachris. Rabbi Mallinger will per-
form the Torah Reading and present a sermon "Parental Pro-
blems, Ancient and Modern." Rabbi Mallinger will chant the
Yom Tov Musaf at 11:45 a.m.
Second Day of Rosh Hashana
On Sunday, the service will be the same as yesterday with the
following additions. The Shofar ritual will take place on Sunday
at 11 a.m. with the Rabbi chanting the blessing and perform the
initial Shofar notes. The major portion of the Shofar ritual will
be conducted by Henry Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milian
Hirsch. The sermon will be "Isrel's Togetherness Even in Peril
and Martyedom." Mincha afternoon service will be at 7:15 p.m.
preceded a "Tashlich Procession to the Bayshore."
Sabbath of Penitance
Sabbath of Penitance (Shabbat ShuvalSept. 25 will be observ-
ed with a special service at 9 a.m. The Rabbi will preach on the
traditional theme "Shuvan Yisroel Return O Israel Unto the
Lord."
Yom Kippur Evening
On Sunday evening (September 26-7 p.m.) the Day of
Atonement will be ushered in with the "Kol Nidre" chant (Rabbi
and chorus) to be followed with a sermon "Three Little Words."
A complete traditional service will be conducted which will in-
clude cantorial musical liturgy, English readings and Holy Day
meditations.
Yom Kippur Morning
On Monday, Sept. 27, the early service will begin at 8:30 a.m.
to be foUowed with Shachris and Torah Reading. The Rabbi will
speak on "Old Fashioned Parents vs. Modern Children." Yizkor
Memorial Services will follow at 11:30 a.m. The Rabbi will also
chant the Musaf. Mincha will take place at 4:30 p.m. Neilah
Closing Service will begin at 6:15 p.m. and Maariv at dusk.
Break the Fast Reception
Upon conclusion of Neilah, Maariv and Blowing of the Shofar,
a break the fast reception will take place. We invite the Jewish
Community and visitors to worship with us during these high
holy days. We wekome all. No tickets are needed.
the largaat and
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Wedding Invitations
Personalized Stationery
Fine Writing Papers
Party Tableware
Unique Gifts
Party Planning and Coordination for
all Special Events by Phyllis Eig
6488 Central Ave. St. Petersburg 381-2818
JCC Events
Annual Teen Tennia
Tournament
JCC: Oct. 24
The JCC is pleased to begin
registration for the Annual Teen
Tennis Tournament on Sunday,
Oct. 24. Interested teens can sign
up as soon as possible by con-
tacting Danny Thro at the Cen-
ter, 872-4451. The age division
will be: Under 14; Under 16; and
Under 18. The tourney will be for
singles play only. Entry fee is S3
and each player must bring a
good can of balls. Register today!
Call 872-4451.
Couples Sports Nite
at the JCC: Oct. 16
Saturday night, Oct. 16, the
JCC will sponsor a Couples Nite
with a variety of activities
planned. Come prepared to play a
good round of softball, volleyball,
tennis, swimming or basketball.
Reservation are required and
only a limited number of couples
can be accomodated. Contact
Danny Thro at the Center for
more information.
Learn the Art of Massage
at the JCC
A 4-part massage class will be-
gin at the JCC, Thursday, Oct. 7.
Mary Van Eepol, a licensed mas-
sage therapist and graduate of
the Soma Institute of Manual
Therapy, will conduct the class.
The class will cover basic
strokes for the arms, legs, head,
and back. The program will be a
great opportunity to leam
methods of relaxation and how
one can help.
Classes will be held on Thurs-
day, Oct. 7; Monday, Oct. 11;
Thursday, Oct. 21; and Monday,
Oct. 25. The one and one half
classes will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The cost of the program is S12 for
JCC members and $16 for non-
members. For more information
contact Danny Thro at 872-4451.
'Is There
Any Reason?'
Our nights cool down,
A little bit.
As we approach the season
When we, as Jews,
Begin to reflect
And try to find some reason .
Why blood must flow
And children sleep
To a whining rocket's tune?
Why death
Became a way of life
And peace didn't come too soon?
Why local services
Must be cancelled
Or, at the least, cut back?
Why the youth, the elderly
And all in between
Must suffer from the lack ?
The reason for
The war
With it's dreadful implication
Is to keep
Our Jewish homeland
Free from desecration
But there is
No valid reason
For our local community's plight,
Since giving
Involves no bloodshed
And should not be a fight.
As we reflect
At Holiday time
That once a year soul bareing
Remember that
Our only weapon
Comes through generous sharing.
Have a Happy, Healthy New Yaar.
JOEL M. BREITSTEIN
Executive Director
Endowment Consultant
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Friday. Septwnbe
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The Reason Why
Operation Peace!]
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Results of terrorist action in Nahariyah. June. 1982
Israeli Wounded

Lebanese return to their homes in Nabatiya, after fleeing PLO
takeover in 1979.
Israel President Yitzhak Navon (pointing) views damage in
Kiryat Shemona. after terrorist attack in June, 1982.
Murdered children at Kibbutz Avivim. 1970.
Soldier at Tel Hashomer Hospital. Tel Aviv, who lost a leg in
recent fighting in Lebanon.
Wounded soldiers arrive at Rambam Hospital, in Haifa. July. 1982.
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By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Reagan
has proposed an "American
peace initiative" for the
Middle East in which he
made it clear that the
United States defines
automony for the Pales-
tinians on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip as.'self-
government" and believes
it can best be achieved in
"association with Jordan."
"It is the firm view of the
United States that self-govern-
ment by the Palestinians on the
West Bank and Gaza, in associa-
tion with Jordan, offers the best
chance for a durable, just and
lasting peace," the President
said in a nationally-televised
address from California where he
was vacationing.
REAGAN ALSO stressed that
the U.S. will not support an "in-
dependent Palestinian state" or
Israel's "annexation or perman
ent control" over the West Banl.
and Gaza. He urged the Palestin-
ians and the Arab states to re-
cognize the State of Israel, and
declared that "Jerusalem must
remain undivided" with its final
status agreed upon through neg-
otiations.
Reagan also called for an im-
mediate freeze by Israel of Jewish
settlements on the West Bank.
"Indeed the immediate adoption
of a settlement freeze by Israel,
more than any other action could
create the confidence needed for
wider participation in these (the
autonomy) talks," he said.
"Further settlement activities is
in no way necessary for the
security of Israel and only dimi-
nishes the confidence of the
Arabs that the final outcome can
be freely and fairly negotiated."
The President's speech, which
he said marked the completion of
the evacuation by the Palestine
Liberation Organization from
Beirut, was his first outline of a
Mideast policy since taking
office. He said that full details of
his proposal which followed two
weeks of discussion here and
abroad, were presented this week
by the U.S. Ambassadors to
Israel, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi
Arabia.
THE DETAILS presented in a
letter by Premier Menachem
Begin Tuesday sparked a furor in
Israel and caused Begin to sche
dule a special Cabinet meeting. It
was believed here that Reagan's
hastily scheduled television ap-
pearance was an attempt by the
President to make his proposals
public before the Israeli govern-
ment acted.
Reagan stressed that the U.S.
approach is based "squarely on
the principal that the Arab-Israel
conflict should be resolved
through negotiations involving
exchange of territory for peace.
This exchange is enshrined in
United Nation Security Council
Resolution 242 which in turn is
incorporated in all its parts in the
Camp David agreements."
Throughout his address,
Reagan stressed the U.S. contin-
uing commitment to Israel's
security. He said when the final
border is negotiated between
Israel and Jordan, "Our view on
the extent to which Israel should
be asked to give up territory will
be heavily affected by the extent
of true peace and normalization
and the security arrangements
offered in return."
He seemed to imply that
Israel's withdrawal would not be
to the pre-1967 borders which he
noted had left Israel only 10 miles
wide and with most of its popula-
tion in artillery range from its
enemies. "I am not about to ask
Israel to live through that
again," he said.
REAGAN SAID, "The United
States will oppose any proposal
from any party and at any point
in the negotiating process that
threatens the security of Israel is
ironclad. And I might add, so is
mine."
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Regina Carmel, Principle
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Sabbath of Penitence
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Kol Nidre- Sunday evening, September 26.7p.m.
Yom Kippur Day-Monday. September 27,8:30a.n,
continuing all day until dusk
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Oneg Yom Tov Reception
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Fridy. Sept*^
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Anti-Semitism in Switzerland
By TAMAR LEVY
GENEVA -(JTA)- A
specter is beginning to
haunt Switzerland, the
specter of anti-Semitism.
Its current expression
takes the form of blistering
attacks against Israel's
government and its policies
in the Middle East, partic-
ularly its "Peace for
Galilee" operation.
These attacks, couched in
political terms, invariably spill
over into attacks against Jews.
For many Swiss, Israel and Jews
are one entity, two sides of the
same coin, and an attack against
one is simultaneously an attack
on the other; a critism of Israel is
also used as an excuse to criticize
Jews in this country for any
domestic problems.
IRONICALLY, the Swiss were
never known to be particularly
anti-Jewish. One of the reasons is
that the Swiss Jewish com-
munity is small, and Swiss Jews
maintain a very low profile. There
are some 20,000 Jews in Switzer-
land of a total population of some
b.o million. The largest Jewish
communities are in Geneva and
n Zurich.
Bu'. the war in Lebanon
brought whatever unconscious
anti-.iemitism there was to the
fore Pnd made implicit anti-Simi-
tism explicit. This development
is across the board, from left to
right, from politicians to the
average citizen. Examples
abound.
The largest agricultural co-
operative in the country, Migros,
none of whose directors is Jewish
was recently under attack b>
some farmers for selling tomatoe.'
at too low a price, thereby engag
mg in unfair competition with
private farmers. At the same
time, a soda water bottling fac-
tory which is owned by Migros
was burned down under suspi
cious circumstances. How did
this translate into anti-Jewish
feelings?
A GROUP OF Swiss men dis
cussing the war in Lebanon were
overheard saying. "Look at what
Jews are doing in Lebanon.
They re doing the same in this
country. Create trouble wherever
they are. After all. Migros is in
Jewish hands, and look at the
problems there.''
They continued to mention
that all the large department
stores in Geneva the Grand
Passage. Pharmvca Principal and
Placette are owned by Jews
(which is true.) But from this
they concluded that Jews own or
control the major enterprises in
the country and thereby exploit
the Christians.
The Socialist Party in Geneva
joined forces with the Communist
1 arty to collect signatures for a
petition requesting that the
Swiss government reconsider its
deal to buy arms from Israel and
to break diplomatic relations
with the Jewish State. In addi-
tion, the Communist Party pub-
lished an anicle attacking the
president of ihe State of Israel
Bonds and ihe Untied Jewish
Appeal, say in k that he was col-
lecting money for Premier
Menachem Begin and his govern-
ment and therefore was acting
against the best interests of
Switzerland
Bern, said 11 it during the fight-
ing in I^ebaet-n theT.mbassy re-
ceived letter svery day denounc-
ing Israel. Some were anony-
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with epiti
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was Jewish. In Geneva, graffiti md "Jews-Murderers."
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 15
Lapp Named Director of JWB
Chaplaincy Commission
ibbi E. David Lapp, who has
distinction of being the first
vish chaplain ever assigned as
)ivision Chaplain, has been
to the dual position of
ctor of JWB'a Armed Forces
I Veterans Services and direc-
of the JWB Commission on
ivish Chaplaincy.
Rabbi Lapp's appointment was
pounced by Arthur Rotman,
yB executive vice-president.
succeeds Rabbi Joseph B.
ssing.
Rabbi Lapp is a graduate of
chaplains" basic and ad-
ced courses, Command and
1 Staff College and the
ny War College.
rn in Vienna, Austria, Rabbi
pp has a bacca -eate degree
political sene, and a
kster's degree in Religious
fucation, both from Yeshiva
Diversity.
Prior in joining the JWB staff,
!ws Appeal
The following appeal was sub-
\iltetl (o authorities by a group
' Jewish activists in Leningrad
\ho are seeking official recogni-
for their Jewish cultural
ctitities.
Ilowing questions:
1. Is our interest in the history
ml culture of our people legal?
Are the means which we
|ave chosen to satisfy this in-
erest legal? We gather in private
Apartments where one of us, who
as carefully studied the availa-
sources on matters of Jewish
lislory or culture, tells about it
persons invited by the owner
the apartment. (We point out
great discipline of the lis-
eners and the blameless manner
the Ministers of Interior,
"ulture, Justic, and Procurator
General of the USSR:
In recent years, Jews in Lenin-
grad have become very interested
Jewish history and culture.
ur desire to know more about
pur people, about its historical
bath, and about its traditions and
achievements is quite natural.
Jnfortunately, possibilities for
etting information on these
natters are extremely limited;
ook publishers and the mass
tommunication media devote
very little attention to Jewish
nistory and culture. Thus, the
nitiative of a few Leningrad en-
thusiasts, who have begun to
prepare information on the
ernes indicated and to make it
nown to anyone interested,
beems to us to be very opportune
land necessary. Two years of quiet
work convinced us of the great
linterest of the Jews of Leningrad
in their culture and of the com-
plete legality of our activity.
However, certain employees of
[the state apparatus do not under-
Istand this. Recently, administra-
I live pressure on persons listening
|to talks on Jewish history and
culture has increased sharply. II-
> legal attempts are made to break
I up the talks, the campaign to in-
timidate persons participating in
the talks does not cease. The
matter has even gone so far as
the completely illegal intrusion of
> group of police officers into one
of the apartments with the aim of
| breaking up our talk.
In connection with what we
have stated above, we ask you to
eive us a written answer to the
in which they maintain public or-
der.)
3 Do we have a right to count
upon the assistance of the USSR
Ministry of Culture in the future,
and can we count upon its sup-
Port and aid?
A Group of Leningrad Jews
This statement was submitted
to the addres.es In June. 1981.
More than half u year has Passed.
' mil now there has been no re-
Rabbi E. David Lapp
Rabbi Lapp was post chaplain at
Fort Monmouth, N.J.
Ordained at the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary
of Yeshiva University in New
York in 1957, Rabbi Lapp was
commissioned in the Army
Chaplain Corps the same year he
wasrewarded the rank of Colonel.
One of his early assignments in
the early 60's he was the assis-
tant chaplain in Munich, Ger-
many. In addition to providing
programs for personnel in
Munich, Augsburg and northern
Italy, Rabbi Lapp served as
stockade chaplain at Dachau.
Ten years later he returned to
Germany as 1st Armored
Division Chaplain the first
Jewish chaplain to be so as-
signed.
There Rabbi Lapp supervised
33 chaplains, managed religious
programs of all faiths for eight
communities and served as bud-
get administrator for religious
activities of the 1st Armored
Division.
In 1966-67, he had served as
deputy I Field Force Chaplain in
Vietnam.
Rabbi Lapp's stateside assign-
ments included Fort Bliss, Tex.'
Fort Knox. Ky.; Fort Hamilton,
N.Y.. and Fort Monroe. Va. He
was deputy commandant of the
Army Chaplain School at Fort
Monmouth before advancing to
the position of post chaplain.
Rabbi Lapp is married to Ruth
(Strauss), a sabra who served ir
the Israeli Air Force. They have
three children: Esther, a senior at
Stern College of Yeshiva Univer-
sity; Aaron and Eli, attending
Bar-1 Ian University and a
Yeshiva in Tel-Aviv, in Israel.
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Friday, September 17
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die. And if they were not, could they have been
unaware that he would grow up feeling cheated
and displaced? Why could the children not have
grown up together?
Was mockery so terrible that it had to be dealt
with in a way that would make it worse? And
what about Isaac, too young to be conscious of
what was happening? How should he respond if
one day Ishmael should vent on him his long-
harbored grudge? What could he say? On the one
hand he had not been party to the decision. On
the other, he could hardly pretend that it was
nothing to do with him.
A SUDDEN, eery feeling. Is this how it began?
Am I another Isaac? An heir to anger not of my
making? Is this the pattern that has insinuated
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itself into our history? Wasn't Jacob, Isaac's son,
led by his mother into an act that made him also
hated by his brother Esau. Wasn't Joseph,
Jacob's son, turned by his father's favoritism into
an object of envy?
Three times, in succeeding generations.
Coincidence, or Divine plan? And if plan, then
why? Isn't choosing always wrong? The chosen
have a responsibility they did not ask for. The un-
chosen bear a resentment that was not called for.
Michael B. looks around him at the assembled
congregation, the crowded benches.'
He would like to ask them: Why are you here?
You could have stayed away, excluded yourselves
from this endless, cyclical drama. You could have
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disowned the past. You could have brouohMT
story to an end by refusing to play your rokV
NO ONE LOOKS up. Perhaps they have a*
considered the question. Perhaps they are ?*
it now. ""f
Someone has left a book on the seat mm
him. Michael picks it up and leafs trm)u*h uJ?
hisi eye is caught by a strange prayer tSt'loS
half-poem, half-accusation. Apparently it -
said by a Rabbi Levi Yitzhak ofBerditchev 2
of the early Chasidim of the eighteenth cento*
before he began his repetition of the lu
Hashonahamida: "" *
. /, Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev, am com.
before You, with my prayer and with my oUa
What do you want of Israel?
"Speak." To whom do You speak? To tk
children of Israel. **
"Talk-' To whom do You talk? To thtekikbn
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September 17,1982
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Lmand" Whom do You command? The
\ ofIsrael.
ifore I ask You, what do You want of Is-
' you not have many nations? Chaldeans,
Ishmaelites, Midianites? What do You
\Israel?
then? It must be that Israel is dear to
bo are called: children of God.
ge] B cannot make out whether Levi
is being angry or proud. Aggressive or
e. There is a tone of voice here that he
_ as not unlike his own. Evidently, the
[too, sensed that there was something
arbitrary in the Jewish destiny. Why did
i to be us? Yet he has turned it round from
to plea. You chose us; therefore forgive
[have done what You asked us; do what we
You. "It must be that Israel is dear to
fHAT WHAT Isaac said, or Jacob, or
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I Joseph, consoling themselves on their destiny?
They were singled out; therefore they were hated.
But also: they were singled out; therefore they
must have been loved. Michael B. does not want
to think such thoughts. Is this not what Ishmael
must have mocked? Is this not what his own
attackers mocked? He does not want to side with
their ridicule. But he does not want to be proud
either.
Is this where prayer is born, between em-
barrassment and pride, between wanting and not
wanting to be a Jew? What did they feel, those
Jews who suffered real persecution? Did they see
he justice of God? Or the injustice of man? Did
they argue with their persecutors: why pick on
us, we are not special
Or did they argue with God: why pick on us, do
You not remember that we are special? Michael B.
finds himself thinking momentarily like a tal-
mudist. Either we are Your children or we are not.
If we are not, then release us. If we are, then save
js. He smiles. The religious response of the
sceptic: a hypothetical prayer.
THE SHOFAR. As a child, Michael B. could
not suppress a smile at the intrusion of this raw,
absurd sound into the solemnities of the syna-
gogue. Now he wonders. Why on this day of days,
in this of all religions, a religion of words, a mere
sound, unsullied by language, accent, interpreta-
tion, nuance? Does it bear the burden of all that
cannot be said? A warning? A cry? A tear? A
summoning? To who, is it directed? Is it man's
cry to God? Or God's to man?
For a moment he can almost hear the echo of
other shofars being blown around the world. Of
Jews from every culture, having known different
worlds, interpreting their fate and hope through
different languages, all attending to this same
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Soul needs Rosh hashonah
enigmatic sound. Of Jews who may be risking
everything to sound this clarion of their identity.
Does each of their offerings sound different in
heaven? Is there some way of reading into the
blasts, here pride, there fear, here hope, there
anxiety? Or are they finally the same: God
saying, this is what I asked of you, this is what I
still ask?
For the first time Michael B. is moved. Is it, he
thinks, beyond reason. The sound which an-
nounced the first and decisive encounter between
God and a ragged people on Mount Sinai. Which
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Which declared on the Jubilee year that slaves are
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Nothing, perhaps, except this bond between God
and His people too deep for words.
AGAIN MICHAEL looks at the book beside
him, and comes across the famous description by
Maimonides of the meaning of the Shofar:
Despite the fact that the blowing of the shofar
on Rosh Hashonah is an explicit decree of the
Bible, it is also an allusion, as if to say: Awake,
you sleepers, awake from your sleep; and you
slumberers, awake from your slumber. Search
your deeds and return in repentance. Remember
your Creator, you who forget the truth in the
vanities of time and go astray all the year in
pursuit of vanity and nothingness which neither
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That, he thinks, is the question. Have I been
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