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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Jewish Floridian
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Fred K. Shochet
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Miami, Fla

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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.
Numbering Peculiarities:
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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folume5- Number 20
Tampa, Florida Friday, May 20,1963
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Price 35 Cents
Israel, Lebanon Sign Peace Accord
IWADAYA'iDMN
ONE-SIDED AGREEMENT
nti-Semitic Document
Circulates on Campus at Berkeley
SAN FRANCISCO -
llJTA) The Anti-Defa-
ition League of B'nai
1'rith said it has discov-
ered that the version of an
anti-Semitic document
cently circulated on the
campus of the University of
California at Berkeley by a
loslem student group was
originally produced and
iistributed by the late and
ifamous Gerald L. K.
Smith.
The ADL's Central Pacific Re-
tinal director, Rhonda Abrams,
ho disclosed this, said the docu-
ment, distributed on Cat's Sproul
Jlaza by the Moslem Students
usociation Persian Speaking
jroup, was a flyer containing ex-
Jrpts from the well-known anti-
emitic forgery, "The Protocols
f the Learned Elders of Zion."
THE "PROTOCOLS" were
imposed by Czarist police at the
n> of the century to justify
ogroms against Jews. Smith
ublished this collection of ex-
wpts from the "Protocols" in
December, 1968 issue of his
orious publication, "The
fross and the Flag."
"It is no accident that a Jew-
Hung group like the Moslem
gtudents Association Persian
Weaking Group should be
fcssing out literature originally
imposed by the notorious
T.*ld L. K. Smith and distrib-
today through the mailing
ues of every right-wing ex-
emist group in the country,"
brams said. "The MSA was
nding out this obscenely anti-
*nutic flyer as part of its cam-
^ against Zionism and the
ate of Israel."
er> the "Protocols" first
ched California, the ADL sent
'rlversity Chancellor
Michael Heyman requesting a
*ting and asking him to de-
unce the appearance of bigoted
anti-Semitic material on
campus.
"WE'RE NOT asking for cen-
sorship," said Abrams, "nor is
this a question of free speech. We
asked the Chancellor to say that
while there is a place on campus
for legitimate and open debate of
important issues, such as the
Middle East, the introduction of
racist and bigoted material goes
beyond all acceptable limits and
is thoroughy disgusting and un-
American."
In response to the ADL re-
quest and a similar one from the
campus' B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation, representatives of
the two organizations met with
university officials. Heyman did
not attend.
At the meeting, which took
place on Apr. 29, ADL regional
assistant director Robert Smith
reiterated his agency's call for the
Chancellor to condemn the ap-
of the documents on
campus. "I'm very disappointed
that the Chancellor has chosen
not to speak out on this matter,"
he said.
A NEW anti-Semitic tract ap-
peared on the MSA table this
week. Entitled "The Racist Na-
ture of Zionism," the work pur-
ports to describe Jewish religious
laws relating to Gentiles. "This
scurrillous piece, like the 'Proto-
cols,' has nothing to do with Is-
rael," said Abrams.
"It is only a collection of dis-
tortions of Judaism in the worst
tradition of the 'Protocols.' It is
of the same family, and is distrib-
uted today by groups like the
Klan and Nazis. It is obscene,
and it is all the more reason for
the Chancellor to speak out."
Abrams said that the ADL is in-
vestigating the origin of the
tract.
Israelis Mark Anniversary
Of Unification of Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) Residents of Jerusalem,
ioined by thousands of Israelis from aU over the country
and tourists from abroad, marked the 16th anmversary of
the reunification of the city on May 11. The city was
bedecked with flags, amid a festive atmosphere mixed
with memorial services and observances m memory of
those who fell in the liberation of the city in 1967.
President Chaim Herzog, in one of his first appearances
since becoming the head of the state, expressed the hope
that the unification of the city would herald and symbolize
the unity of the Jewish people inside Israel and through-
out the world.
THE CENTRAL memorial service in the city was held
at Ammunition Hill, scene of some of the fiercest fighting
in 1967 which led to the taking of the entire eastern
quarters of the city and the Old City itself within the
ancient walls.
In the Gush Etzion bloc of four Jewish villages overrun
by the Arab Legion 35 years ago, a memorial was dedi-
cated to the 240 Jewish soldiers and cmhans killed when
the group of villages was captured.
As Assad Still Says 'No'
Syria Is Sticking Point
By DAVID LANDAU
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel and Lebanon
signed their agreement
Tuesday for the withdrawal
of Israeli forces from Leba-
non and related security
and bilateral matters. The
Lebanese Cabinet un-
animously endorsed the ac-
cord in Beirut last Friday,
despite severe pressure
from Syria to reject it.
The Israeli and Lebanese nego-
tiating teams held their final
meeting in Netanya Monday
after completing line-by-line
scrutiny of the text in its four
language versions Hebrew,
Arabic, English and French.
The meticulous examination of
the text began last Friday to
make sure there were absolutely
no misunderstandings between
the parties and that the meanings
were the same in each language.
THE AGREEMENT was ex-
pected to be ratified by the Leba-
nese Parliament and the Knesset.
Israel Radio reported that the
formal signing Tuesday.on the
eve of Shavuot, took place in two
separate ceremonies, first in the
Lebanese town of Khalde just
south of Beirut and then in
Netanya.
The signatories were the chiefs
of the two negotiating teams,
David Kimche, director general
of the Israeli Foreign Ministry,
who headed the Israeli delegation
during the more than four
months of negotiations, and
Antoine Fatale, head of the
Lebanese delegation. The two
men traveled from Khalde to
Netanya by helicopter, Israel
Radio reported.
Government sources here
praised the government of Leba-
nese President Amin Gemayel for
steadfastly standing up to Syrian
pressure. They expressed hope
that Lebanon's resolve would
withstand continuing Syrian ef-
forts to torpedo the agreement
when it is placed before Parlia-
ment in Beirut. Only a simple
majority is required for approval
in the Lebanese chamber. Knes-
set endorsement is not required
by law to formalize the pact.
DAMASCUS HAS denounced
the agreement, worked out by
U.S. Secretary of State George
Shultz, in the harshest terms.
Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel
Halim Khaddam declared Friday,
"We have rejected it in form and
substance." Later in the day,
President Hafez- Assad of Syria
said Syria "does not agree at all"
with the accord but he did not use
the word "reject."
The Israeli-Lebanese agree-
ment cannot become operative
unless Syria and the Palestine
Liberation Organization agree to
pull their forces out of Lebanon
simultaneously with an Israeli
withdrawal.
After the Lebanese Cabinet
approved the agreement Friday,
it set up a special team, headed
by Premier Shafik Al- Wazzan, to
President Assad
negotiate with the Syrians for the
pull-out of their forces. If the
Syrians withdraw, the PLO
would have no choice but to the
same as its forces in Lebanon are
protected by the Syrian army.
President Reagan said at
Camp David Friday that he
hoped Syria would withdraw
from Lebanon despite its nega-
tive reaction to the agreement.
Asked by reporters if he thought
the Syrians would now change
their mind, Reagan replied, "I am
going to continue to hope they
will." White House deputy press
secretary Larry Speakes said
later that the U.S. would con-
tinue to work through various
channels to persuade the Syrian
government to cooperate.
BUT THE State Department
made it clear on Friday that there
are no plans now for a high visi-
bility American role with respect
to Syria's moves. The Depart-
ment's deputy spokesman, Alan
Romberg, told reporters, "There
is an agreement between Leba-
non and Israel that would bring
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Just some tidbits about some of our younger friends: Beth
Hireh, daughter of Lee and Gall Hfa-sh will be a Counselor in
Training at Camp Coleman, in Cleveland, Georgia this summer.
At the same time, and same place, Andy Rosenkraas, son of
Stan and Judy Rosenkraas and Helene Wallace, daughter of
Wally and Barbara Wallace will be Assistant Counselors.
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(Call me about your social news at 872-4470)
WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO COLLEGE IN THE FALL?
COME ON GRADUATING SENIORS, WE REALLY WANT
TO KNOW. SO PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE NOW AT 872-
4470!
Congratulations to seven high school seniors who will be on to
higher education in the fall:
Debbie Harrison, daughter of Haskell and Helen Harrison,
will be attending the University of South Florida.
Robin Rosenberg, daughter of Seth and Connie Rosenberg
will be attending Northwestern.
Pam Barldn, daughter of Marvin and Trudie Bark in, will be
attending Duke University.
Alice Cohen, daughter of Lawrence and Betty Cohen, will be
attending Swannee.
Sarah Dolgin, daughter of David and Ann Dolgin, will be
attending Tulane University.
Jeff Becker, son of Bob and Jo Ann Becker, will be attending
the University of Texas.
Mical Solomon, son of Edwin and Eldra Solomon, will be
attending Tulane University.
We are so pleased to tell you some really outstanding news
about 17 year old Adam Slohn, son of Herbert and Sarah Slohn.
Adam is graduating from Jesuit and has been accepted at MIT
(in Cambridge), to start his freshman year in the fall. This
temfic young man is a National Merit Scholar, a member of the
National Honor Society, on the Principal's Honor Roll, a
member of the math honor society Mu Alpha Theta, has been on
his school's varsity wrestling team for the past three years and
this year achieved fifth place in the region in his weight class!
Adam attended the Hillel School from the first through eighth
grade before moving on to Jesuit ... We are just breathless
; from writing about all of your achievements, Adam. Good luck
! to you in the fall.
Thfrteen year old Dana Friedlander, daughter of Sherry
Knedlander, has just been collecting all sorts of honors lately.
Her grandparents, Doris and Sam Verkauf are so proud of Dana
so I was just thrilled when they told me about it. Dana is
graduating from the 8th. grade at St. John's Greek Orthodox
School where she has been on the Headmaster's Honors List
every year since the first grade. Consequently, she has been
selected to be the Salutatorian of her graduating class, st the
culmination ceremonies. In addition, Dana was the one student
selected from her school to represent them in the city spelling
bee and one of five students selected from her school to represent
m. John s in the aty math competition. Dana has been accepted
at Tampa Prep as part of the "upper 10" for the fall 9th. grade
class. Dana, you are really a gem. You must be very proud. Keep
up the good work! 'F TV*
The children of Buddy and Donna Cutler have really been
busy lately.
Adam Cutler 7th. grade Berkeley Prep; on Headmaster's
List, buper Jrs. football team: Super Jre. baseball team an
editor of Soundings, the Middle School literary magazine; Latin
Club; Junior Youth Group member of Schaarai Zedek.
1. Named 1983 U.S. National Award Winner in English
sponsored by United States Achievement Academy. Recom-
mended by 7th grade English teacher. His name will appear in
the U.S. Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, published
nationally.
2. Participated in Duke University Talent Identification
search. Students who are mathematically and verbally gifted
participated in this program and sat for the SAT exam that
college bound juniors and seniors are required to take. Adam
was invited to attend award ceremonies both at Duke University
and Stetson University as one of the high scorers both
nationally and in the state of Florida.
3. Participated in county-wide Latin Forum at Jesuit Hum
School and placed 3rd in Derivatives in 7th grade.
4. Tied for 1st place in 7th grade category in Hillsborough
county math competition sponsored by the Florida
Mathematics League.
Sydney Cutler 4th grade High Honors student at Berkeley
Prep. On girls Softball team. Competes on gymnastics team at
nobuison s School of Gymnastics in Class IV. Competed in
Small World Gymnastics Invitational in Clearwater and in the
nine year old category she placed 1st on the uneven bars, 2nd on
vault, 5th on floor and 5th on balance beam. She won 2nd place
all-around In AAU District Qualifying Meet in Brandon,
Sydney placed 4th on uneven bars, 7th on vault in 9-11 age
category and qualified to participate in the State AAU meetm
Orlando at the end of May.
iri^i W* hyj" Buddy ~ CPA in local practice.
5 BSftir Tampa Bay Estate Planning Council for
I98J-B4. He has been active in the Estate Planning Council for 9
years and it is largely through his efforts that the Tampa Bay
Estate Planning Council wfll be hosting the National Con-
vention in 1986. Buddy is the out-going treasurer of
Congregation Schaarai Zedek. -
Three of our young adult friends have recently graduated
j from college and we just thought you would like to know:
Dede Jacobs, daughter of Maril and Kay Jacobs graduated
from the University of Florida with a degree in Interior Design,
j Steven Haubenstock, son of Alfred and Audrey Haubeastock
graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in
| Business Administration.
Linda Latter, daughter of Al and Candy Latter just
graduated from Emory University in Atlanta and will be goimr
\ on to law school in the fall. ^
Many congratulations to all of you scholars and lots of good
wishes on your future endeavors.
Meet Jerry and Fran Landsberg, who moved to the Town and
Country area of Tampa at the end of December. Our new family
moved here from Long Island, and they both originally hail from
Brooklyn. Fran said that they had wanted to move to a warm
climate so they came to Tampa to visit and really liked it here,
thus, they moved. They are thrilled with how very friendly
Tampans are. Jerry opened his own business, Jerry Landsberg
Appliances (he repairs all makes and models of all types of
appliances). The Landsbergs have two children, 20 year old
Brett, who attends Alfred State College in Alfred, New York,
where he is a sophomore majoring in Medical Illustration. Their
14 year old daughter, Ilene is in the 8th grade at Webb Jr. High
School. Our new family has become a member of Congregation
Rodeph Sholom where Ilene is active in Youth Group; Fran in
Sisterhood; and Jerry in the Men's Club. Also, Fran bowls, is
trained as a dental hygenist but currently works part-time as a
receptionist for a State Farm Insurance office. We are thrilled to
have the Landsbergs living in Tampa now and welcome veil
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for audition with Mr. Moon
should be prepared to play a solo
work of their choice without
accompaniment and to demon
strate their ability to sight read.
Rehearsals are held on Satur-
day mornings, September
through May, at the University
of South Florida. The orchestra is
being sponsored by the Florida
Gulf Coast Symphony and the
University of South Florida
Department of Music in coopera-
tion with the Hillsborough Coun-
ty Public Schools.
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NEW YORK- (JTAI-Oatl
hundred and one Jews wen
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last month, it was reported hen
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represents a 20 percent decline
from the number of Jews per-
mitted to leave the USSR in Feb-
ruary and brings the total for the
first quarter of 1983 to 307 people
the lowest quarterly figure]
since 1968, the Research Bureau |
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Th* Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Women's Division To Hold
Wrap-Up Telethon Next Tuesday
Bobbe Karpay and Jolene
Shor, co-chairmen of the 1963
Women's Diviaion Campaign
have announced that the
Women's Division will hold a
wrap-up telethon completing out-
standing cards, to provide the
women in the community an
0PPrtunty to contribute to the
1983 campaign. The telethon will
be held on Tuesday, May 24, at
the Federation office, from 5-9
p.m.
Karpay and Shor stated,
Please join us for a twp-hour
shift; we will provide an enjoy-
able and organized atmosphere
for the telethon. Snacks will be
provided, along with camaraderie
and satisfaction in getting our
job done."
Please call the Federation
office and advise them the time
that you can volunteer to make
calls 875-1618.
Summer Class Schedules Available At MOSI
Summer class schedules are
now available at the Museum of
Science and Industry. Registra-
tion begins May 20 with classes
beginning June 20.
Expanded grade level of one-
week long classes, pre-school
through eighth grade, consisting
of 14 subjects are scheduled for
the 1983 summer session.
Pre-school Science three sec-
tions
Kindergarten Science discov-
eries four sections
Grades 1 and 2
Florida Safari three sec-
tions; Kitchen Physics four
sections.
Grades 3,4 and 5
Science as Art three sec-
tions; Life Under the Microscope
- two sections; The World We
Live On three sections; Fins,
Furs and Feathers three sec-
tions.
Grades 6,7 and 8
Light and Lasers -r two sec-
tions; Model Rocketry one
section; Basic Photography
one section; Electricity two
sections; Fossil Hunters one
section.
Grades 9-11
Phun Physics one section.
In addition there are three one-
Ijlay events for grades 1 and 2;
| 'two for grades 3,4 and 5.
Grade levels refer to class com-
pleted in June 1983. MOSI sum-
mer classes are informal activity-
based programs designed to help
young people discover and enjoy
the world of science. Classes are
small to allow for questioning,
wondering, constructing and ex-
perimenting.
Each class is taught by a
highly qualified teacher. Admis-
sion, transportation for class
related field trips, a visit to
Museum exhibits and all materi-
als are included in the registra-
tion fee. Fees range from 16.50
for one day events to $37 for
classes that include two field
trips.
Write or call MOSI for sched-
ule and registration forms. Forms
may also be picked up at the Mu-
seum.
MOSI is located at 4801 E.
Fowler Ave., phone 985-5531.
Museum hours 10 a.m. -4:30
p.m. seven days a week.
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek (second from left) congratulates J.
Robert Moskin in the JWB Jewish Book Council booth at the 11th
Jerusalem International Book Fair. Moskin won the Council's
National Jewish Book Award in the Israel category for his book
"Among Lions," an account of the" battle for Jerusalem and its
'reunification. Ruth" S. Trank (rightY,- director, JWB Jewish Book
Council, shares Moskin's joy as he receives check and citation stating
that he won the award. An aide to Mayor Kollek also shares the scene.
Thirty American publishers were represented in the JWB council
booth.
We're 82 years old,
and we never leaked younger!
We've come a long way
since we used to send
the horse and buggy
down to the Railroad
Station to pick up our
guests and boasted about
electricity in every room.
From the country place
that became the summer
refuge of those who
spent the other 50 weeks
of the year in crowded
city apartments, we've
grown into one of the
most pampering resorts
of the land.
Yet deep down we re-
main the same. A friendly,
welcoming stopping-off
place where you can get
away from the tensions
and problems of day-to-
day living and discover
a new world of pleasure.
As we start our 9th
decade, and with a 5th
generation of hosts
warming in the wings,
we say to you just as
we've been saying these
last 82 years:
Come up to the Nevele.
And enjoy yourself.
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The Women's Division, Tamps
Jewish Federation was THE
place to be this year! Every
program whether educational,
social, or fundraising was in-
novative and exciting! On
Thursday, May 26, 11 a.m., at
the new Tampa Airport Hilton,
the Women's Division will shine
again. The end-of-year awards
luncheon is THE place to be next
Thursday.
Make your plans now to attend
and help us bid a fond farewell to
our President Marlene Linick,
who will be moving out of the
country in June. All contributors
to the Women's Division Cam-
paign are cordially invited. Spe-
cial awards will be presented to
Board members, as well as volun-
teers who worked in the 1983
Women's Division Campaign.
Special keynote speaker will be
Carol Goes, president of the Or-
lando Jewish Women's Division
I Cabinet. She also sits on the UJA
National Women's Division
Leadership Cabinet and is well
known as a dynamic and vibrant
personality.
For further information, call
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division, 875-1618.
Kollek Loses Round
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Jerusalem District Planning
and Construction Committee has
scrapped plans to build a sports
stadium in the Katamon quarter
of the city. Residents of the
densely populated area has ob-
jected to the project on grounds
of noise and the heavy influx of
soccer fans, especially on Satur-
days when the important games
are played. The planning board's
decision was a blow to Mayor
Teddy Kollek who had originally
planned a sports stadium in the
northern reaches of the city.
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Friday, May 20,1983
Volume 5
8SIVAN5743
Number 20
By RABBI THEODORE BROD.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
Tradition gives us Shavuoth as
Z'man Matan Toratainu," the
time of the giving of our Torah.
We are also told that Mt. Sinai
clothed itself in a riot of colorful
flowers and plants in honor of the
Revelation.
This was derived by our sages
from a Mid rash on the words
found in the Megillot Esther;
"The Law was given in
Shushan." The Hebrew word
Shushan means "rose." It
became customary to bring this
all time favorite of flowers to-
gether with other flowers and
plants to synagogues and homes
to decorate them for this holiday.
Thus does Israel rejoice.
It is also customary to read the
Readers
Write
Man Convicted of Vandalizing
Jewish Property Gets 5-15 Years
NEW YORK-(JTA)-Brad Barry, a Kings Point.
L.I., man convicted of vandalizing the property of Jewish
neighbors, was sentenced to 5-15 years imprisonment by a
Nassau County Court and ordered to pay $16,000 to cover
the damages.
Barry was found guilty last March on charges of arson
and criminal mischief against his neighbors, Yaacov and
Hanna Elkon.
THE CHARGES included daubing the Elkon's garage
with swastikas and anti-Semetic slogans, trying to set fire
to their house and leaving a voodoo doll on their lawn with
a Sfar of David on the doll's chest and a hypodermic
syringe piercing the doll's eye.
Judge Marie Santagata, who pronounced the sentence,
said it was "for punishment, deterrence and protection of
the community." Last week the Jewish Advocacy Center
in Washington told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that it
ShS?!* m^Q S?? m *eder?! 9"* m Brooklyn
^&ma^ B^Py and two Other Kings Point men for terror- As God's creation, equal and free
lzing the Elkons for the last three years.
Ex-Nazi Quits Appeal in Canada
Book of Ruth on Shavuoth be-
cause Ruth's great love and de-
votion to Naomi are compared to
Israel s love and loyalty to the
Torah. Furthermore, tradition
has it that Ruth, ancestor of King
David, died on Shavuoth.
This brings to my mind a
beautiful story that comes from
Israel, from a Curator who over-
sees flowers that are grown on
Mt. Zion.
A mother whose son had been
killed in a war had planted a rose
bush in her garden in memory of
her child. As she cared for the
bush each day she watered it with
her tears. The bush grew and
bore beautiful flowers. Each
night she saw her son in her
dreams; he was smiling and
carrying a rose.
A full year passed. The bush
kept growing, and her son, row J
hand, kept bringing her consok!
tion through her dreams. TV
things began to change t2
roses on the bush began ul
shrivel and the roses borne by he I
son began to show black snot.!
Greatly disturbed by this fr
told the Curator her story uM
asked if he could interpret wbaj
was happening.
This is what he said; The fir* 1
year your tears of grief wen]
natural and the bush responded
with roses luxuriant and fragna
out of respect for a mother',
grief. Excessive grief withered
the flowers and brought spot*
protests. Your son is telling yo, j
to end your lament.
May you all have a joyou
Shavouth and may the holidni
bring peace to this troubled]
world.
Dr. Michael Lillibridge To Speak At,
B & P Network This Monday
By JOAN VICTORIA KENNER
If only / could change this world
From one rule to another
I would make it into law
That all men love each other
Never mind the origin of species
Or if he's Arab or Jew
Who cares about silly politics
Life is now for me and you
For how can there be harmony
All through air, land and sea
If man cannot live side 6v side
The Jewish Business and
Professional Women's Network
will met Monday evening, May
23, at the Marriott Hotel (West-
shore and Cypress).
Guest speaker is Dr. Michael
Lillibridge, psychologist; his
topic will be: "Coping for Success
A Blueprint" Dr. Lillibridge,
a noted author, is famous in the
Bay area for his diverse i
He is in private practice at i
as employed by the University of ]
South Florida.
The dinner meeting is open U j
any working woman. Call taij
Women's Division, Tampa J
ish Federation, 875-1618
further information, reserve
and to be placed on the mailing!
list.
TORONTO (JTA, Albert
Helmut Rauca was disclosed to
have withdrawn his appeal to the
Supreme Court of Canada
against lower court orders that he
be extradited to West Germany
to face charges of wartime mass
murders of Jews.
Rauca. 74, a Canadian citizen
since 1956. was convicted in ab-
sentia in Holland for the murder
of several persons. Barring a per-
sonal petition to the Canadian
Justice Ministry, Rauca. a retired
hotel manager, will be extradited
to face trial for the murder of
11,584 Jews in German-occupied
Lithuania between 1941 and
1943.
Rauca, the first person accused
of Nazi war crimes in Canada,
was arrested in his Toronto home
last June and has been in a city
jail since, though it was under-
Israel, Lebanon
Sign Accord
Continued from Page 1
about a complete withdrawal of
Israeli forces. The issue now rests
with Syria and the PLO to reach
agreement with Lebanon to get
their forces out." He noted that
U.S. special envoy Philip Habib
was in Beirut and could possibly
go to Damascus.
Knowledgeable circles in Israel
indicated that despite Syria's in-
tense pressure against the agree-
ment and war talk from Damas-
cus, they do not believe there will
be war between Israel and Syria.
Nevertheless, Israel is taking
precautions. A long period of
heightened tension is expected as
the backdrop against which the
diplomatic process will operate
and hopefully culminate in the
eventual withdrawal of the
Syrian army from Lebanon.
stood he could have been free on
bail. Rauca had appealed to the
Supreme Court an order of the
Ontario Court of Appeals reject-
ing his claim that he was guaran-
teed the right to remain in
Canada under the federal Charter
of Rights because he is a Canadi-
an citizen.
If I were an artist today
I would paint the whole world pink
And place a cap upon each head
To make all stop and think
Td sketch a smile upon each face '
A nd color a healthy glow
With blue skys and sunshine bright
Where Earth would merrily glow
Td place the word upon all lips
To be spoken and never cease
And extend a hand to one and all
And this I would call "PEACE".'
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5hawn Weinfeld
Matthew Hilk
Dorina Schuster
The 1983 Graduating
Class of Hillel School
wtm
iron Smilowitz
Michael Fischer .
Christian
Matthew Hilk Tampa Prep
Fred Rosenberg Pinellas
County Public School
Dorina Schuster. .
Sharon Smilowitz .. Coleman
Jr. High
Shawn Weinfeld Pinellas
County Public School
Jeremy Weiss. .. Berkeley
Lisa Wexler. Berkeley
Graduation exercises for the
Hillel Class of 1983 will be held
Thursday evening, June 2 at 7:30
Bayshore P-m- "* tne Sanctuary of Congre-
gation Rodeph Sholom. The
graduates will lead the Maariv
(evening) service, speak individ-
ually on the theme "Tradition,"
and will make a special presen-
. tation to the school.
Following the graduation cere-
monies will be the closing pro-
gram for the school Cele-
bration" a highlight of the
Jewish year.
Everyone is invited to join
Hillel School for our 1983 con-
cluding ceremonies.
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Friday, Mtj
Bret Arnold
Jessica Herman
Robert Schwartz
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
BRET ARNOLD
Bret Jason Arnold, son of
Roberta and Robert Arnold, will
be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah, Saturday, May 28 at 11
a.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek.
Bret is a student in the
Schaarai Zedek Religious School
and is active in the Junior Youth
Group.
He is in the 7th Grade at
Young Junior High School.
He has played soccer for eight
years and has received many
trophies.
In honor of the occasion, Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold will host a re-
ception Saturday evening at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Family members and out of
town guests are Bobby Arnold
and Elise Arnold; Mr. and Mrs.
Al Reitman, Elizabeth Reitman,
Greg Reitman, New York; Dr.
and Mrs. Stanley Freidman,
Phoenix, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hausman, Silver Spring,
Md.; Mr. Mel Hausner, and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Beckoff, New
York.
JESSICA HERMAN
Jessica Lynn Herman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Laurence Herman, will celebrate

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morning, May 28 at Congre-
gation Kol ami. She will be cele-
brating a twin ceremony with a
Russian girl who is the daughter
of refusniks. Her name is Dalia
Glinskene. Rabbi Leonard
Rosenthal will officiate.
.Jessica is in the 7th grade at
Oak Grove where she is on the
High Honor Roll and a par-
ticipant in the Hillsbo rough
County Gifted Program. She is a
member of the Hey Religious
School Class and President of her
Kadima Chapter for the 1983-84
year.
Special out-of-town guests who
will celebrate this joyous oc-
casion with Jessica and her
parents include her grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Herman
from Hollywood, Fla., and Dr.
and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, from
Troy, N.Y., and relatives and
friends from New York and
Florida.
Mr. and
Herman will
luncheon in
honor.
Mrs. Laurence
host the kiddush
their daughter's
ROBERT SCHWARTZ
Robert Nathan Schwartz, son
of Judy and Michael Schwartz,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
May 27 and 28 at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom.
The celebrant graduated from
the Rodeph Sholom religious
school and is a member of
Kadima. He attends Coleman
Junior High School and is in the
7th Grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kartt
will host the Friday night Oneg
Shabbat. The Shabbat Kiddush
luncheon will be hosted by his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Kartt.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz will
host a Saturday evening party at
the University Club. Bobby will
have a party for his friends on
Sunday evening.
Helen and Marvin Meister,
Seaford, N.Y.; Franklin Sch-
wartz, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Solomon
Gerber, Roslyn, N.Y.; and many
other relatives and friends from
out of town will help to celebrate
this occasion.
Computer Camps
The popular Computer Camps
offered by the University of
Tampa will run June 13 through
Aug. 20, with nine separate day-
camps scheduled. Camps are
available for beginner, inter-
mediate and advanced computer
students (ages 10-14). Each camp
meets from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday.
Campers will learn how to pro-
gram in BASIC language and
how to write games. Swimming
and other organized recreation
will also be a part of each day's
activities.
The tuition, which includes
lunch each day, is $100 per week,
plus a one-time $25 registration
fee. Preregistration is required.
For more information, call Beth
Taylor, Division of Continuing
Education, 251-8788.
Community Calendar
20
(Condlslighting time 7:55) Congregation Kol Ami Graduation |
and Promotion Services HHIel School Grade 1 Dinner and
Consecration at Beth Israel 6 p.m. Congregation Rodephi
Sholom Religious School Graduation 8 p.m. Congregation |
Schaarai Zedek SchZFTY Dinner and Installation 8 p.m.
Saturday, Kay 21
Congregation Kol Ami Bowling Congregation Kol Ami Jewish
Singles "Sunset Dinner ond Dance Cruiee" 6:15 p.m.
Sunday, May 22
Tune in: "The Jewish Sound" 88.5 FM 9-11 a.m. .
Congregation Kol Ami Men's Club Picnic Congregation
Schaarai Zedek SchZFTY Congregation Schaarai Zedek .
Testimonial Brunch.
Monday, May 23
Hillel School Book Fair all day.
Tuesday, May 24
Hillel School Book Fair all day ORT (Bay Horizons) -
Installation Luncheon 11 a. m. Hillel at Jai-Alai 7 p.m. TJSS
Executive Board 6:30 p.m. and Regular Board at 7:30 p.m. *
Congregation Kol Ami School Board 7:30 p.m. Congregation
Kol Ami -Youth Committee -7:30 p.m. Jewish Towers Games-
7:30 p.m. Congregation Schaarai Zedek Youth Committee-
Hodassah-Ameet Installation 8 p.m.
Wedneiday, May 25
\ Hillel School Book Fair all day Congregation Rodeph Sholom
| Sisterhood Board 10:30 a.m. NCJW Hannah G. Solomon
: Luncheon 11:30 a.m. Temple David Sisterhood General
: Meeting I p.m. Congregation Kol Ami Men's Club Meeting-
i 7 p.m. Tampa Chapter Hadassah Installation 7:30 p.m.
: Thursday, May 26
[ Hillel School Book Fair all day TJF-WD Executive Board -10:30
5 a.m. and Regular Board noon Jewish Towers-Residents-
Management Meeting 1:30 p.m. JCC Food Co-op 10 a.m.-
12:15p.m. TJF Board -8 p.m.
I Friday, May 27
(Candlelighting time 7:59) Hillel School Family Shabbaton
through May 29 Hillel School Honors Assembly -10 a.m.
I Saturday, May 21
i Jewish Towers Birthday Social 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 29
Tune in: "The Jewish Sound"* 88.5*/* 9-11 dm. 'Jewish' war
Veterans General Meeting -9:30 a.m. ond Auxiliary General
Meeting at 10 a.m. Congregation Rodeph Sholom Religious
School Picnic.
Monday, May30
Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 31
Jewish Towers Games -.7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 1
Congregation Kol Ami Sisterhood Board 7:45 p.m.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom Board 8 p.m.
Thursday, June 2
TJF Executive Board noon Hillel School Graduation Program-
jg 7:30p.m. JCC Food Co-op 10a.m. 12:15p.m.
| Friday, June 3
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TUJtUHah Fhridian of Tampa
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[Congregations/'Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
SchZFTY
chaarai Zedek Federation of
pie YouthSchZFTYhaa
ted officers for the 1963-1964
, and will hold ita annual
ner and installation ceremon-
on Friday, May 20. Dinner
J be served at 6 p.m. prior to
-abbat services and the inatal-
[ion ceremonies will be held un-
diately following services.
/.Ticers for the coming year are
follows: President, Helene
_llace; Vice President, Jeff
[hen; Treasurer, Evan Feld-
pn; Recording Secretary, Jeff
illace; and Corresponding Sec-
ary, Tiff ani Stein.
IChairpersons are: projects,
Lrla Edebon; programs, Jeff
Jhen; membership, Tiff ani
eini publicity, Wendy Posner;
1 Chaplain, Steve Zielonka.
ISchZFTY advisor is Eda Gor-
Testimonial Brunch
[Congregation Schaarai Zedek,
1 cooperation with the State of
ael Bonds is hosting a gour-
Bt testimonial brunch honoring
and Ellie Fishman on Sun-
ky morning, May 22 at the
nple. The Fishmans will
eive the distinguished 35th
liversary Award for their me-
orious service to the congrega-
^n, the community and the
ate of Israel. Guest speaker for
morning will be Mr. Jerome
ekel, distinguished business-
sn and Zionist leader.
I Jerry Gleekel has been active
j Zionist affairs since his youth,
active participation in the
vish settlement of Palestine
dates the formation of the
ate of Israel. He is a businees-
m who speakes on behalf of Is-
el.
| Congregation Schaarai is most
oud, to, konar frit) ,of .ito, es-,
emed members in the 35th year
Israel's statehood, for their
Ing dedication to their commu-
|ty and the State of Israel.
William A. Gralnick
Guest Speaker
[Congregation Schaarai Zedek
feature as guest speaker,
filliam A. Gralnick, Director,
utheast Region, American
vish Committee, after Shabbat
/ices on Friday, Mav 27. The
^bject of Mr. Gralnick's address
ill be What They Are Saying
nterfaith activities and anti-
bmitism in the year 1963).
I As Director of the Southeast
ion of The American Jewish
Dmmittee, William A. Gralnick
responsible for the implemen-
^tion of national AJC policies
programs through AJC
apters and unit in the State of
orida. He supervises the activi-
i of the Southeast Area Office
^vering Georgia, Alabama, Mis-
ssippi, Tennessee, North
rolina and South Carolina.
HILLEL SCHOOL
Jai-Alai Night
The Hillel School of Tampa will
sponsoring a charitable eve-
ling of Jai-Alai on Tuesday, May
pat 7 p.m.
A portion of the proceeds for
evening will go to the Hillel
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School of Tampa.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Hannah G. Solomon
Closing Luncheon
National Council of Jewish
Women, Tampa Section, will hold
its Hannah G. Solomon closing
luncheon on Wednesday, May 25
at the Airport Ramada Inn at
11:30 a.m.
The program of the day, in ad-
dition to presenting the Hannah
G. Solomon award, will include
guest speaker Dr. Judith Os-
chorn, Director of the Women's
Studies Department at Univer-
sity of South Florida, and instal-
lation of officers for the coming
year. The presidium of Vice Pres-
idents are: Mrs. Arthur Winters,
Mrs. Neal Walker, Mrs. Samuel
Mallinger, Mrs. Lawrence Cohen
and Mrs. Philip Altus; Treasurer,
Mrs. Jules Tannen; Financial
Secretary, Mrs. Lawrence Bern-
stein and Financial Investment
Counselor, Mrs. Salomon Pila.
Attendance at the luncheon is
by reservation only. Babysitting
is available. Mrs. Paul Winters is
chairman of the day.
HADASSAH
To Install
1983-84 Officers
The newly elected officers of
the Tampa Chapter of Hadasaah
for 1983-84 will be installed on
Wednesday, May 25, at the
Mariner North Condominiums at
7:30 p.m.
On this special occasion we will
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ers with their pins.
The funds received from the
Tree of Life subscribers will go to
Hadassah Israel Education Serv-
ices. Hadassah supports the two-
year Hadassah Community Col-
lege in Jerusalem, as well as the
Hadassah Vocation Guidance In-
stitute which tests and counsels
20,000 clients annually. Also
funded is the career oriented
Hadassah Seligsberg-Brandeis
Comprehensive High School,
with an enrollment of 800 stu-
dents. Established in 1942, Had-
assah Israel Education Services,
is a key Hadassah project which
strives to give Israel the skilled
and dedicated workers it needs to
build and maintain a modern
nation.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Ladies Auxiliary
Annual Mini-Convention
Gulf Coast County Council
Ladies Auxiliary held their
second Annual Mini-Convention
at the Ramada Inn at which time
they held their elect bn of officers
for 1983-84.
The following officers were in-
stalled by Carol Gold Depart-
ment President. President, Min-
nie Posner; Senior Vice Presi-
dent, Betty Cohen; Junior Vice
President, Thelma Horowitz;
Chaplain, Hannah Zatlyn;
Patriotic Instructress, Ruth
Eiseman; Conductress, Sarah
London; Treasurer, Edith John-
son; Recording Secretary, Rylind
Friedson; Trustees, Jean Charles
and Rae Greenberg.
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David Osterweil, Maurice Matalon, and OUie Muslin enjoy the san<
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Pre-School Summer
Activities For Toddlers
Did you know that the JCC
offers summer activities for the
under three year old set? Pro-
grams are offered at both the
main Center on Horatio Street
and at Congregation Kol Ami in
the Carrollwood area.
Play tot* ages 18 months to
2Vi years. Parent and child
participate together in free play,
manipulative activities, art and
music. This is an excellent intro-
duction to a pre-school setting
the ideal way to prepare your
child for the fall.
WANTED!!
Enthusiastic Hebrew
and
Religious School
Teachers for
Congregation
KOL AMI
September 1983-
May1984
If Interested,
plaaaa call:
Rabbi Rosanthal
or
Mary Kanter
962-6338
for details
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ages 6 months to 3 years. Parent
and child swim together in the
JCC pool.
Three Day Program child
must be 2'/i or have participated
in JCC Playtots or 2 day group.
A complete program of art,
music, outdoor play, nature
study, Shabbat celebration and
more. Swim instruction is in-
cluded in the South Branch
group. Parent participation is not
required. Child need not be toilet
trained.
Barbara Richman
To Head Dallas
JCC Pre-School
Barbara Richman, currently
Early Childhood Director of the
JCC of Tampa, has accepted the
position of Director of Early
Childhood Education at the Jew-
ish Community Center of Dallas.
The Dallas program has an
enrollment of over 200 children
and a staff of 25.
"1 am very excited about this
position," states Ms. Richman.
"The Dallas pre-school program
is strong and well established
with a philosophy very close to
my own. The building is a model
facility with every possible
convenience."
Ms. Richman has led the
Tampa pre-school since 1974. At
that time, it was a small half-day
program with an enrollment of
about 50 children. Under her
tutelage, the program has ex-
panded to include after school
activities, parent-toddler groups,
full day care and more. The pre-
school now operates at two loca-
tions, with a branch site at
Congregation Kol Ami.
Ms. Richman will continue her
duties at the Tampa JCC until
June 30. She will begin her new
position in Dallas on July 11.
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Andy Lewis
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315 East Madison Street
Tampa, Fl 33602
Telephone (813) 223-4946
Randy M. Freedman
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Tampa, a 33602
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Swimming in the JCC pool is a major attraction of
Camp K'Ton Ton.
Camp K'Ton Ton
A Summer of Fun
There are still a limited number
of openings in the JCC s Camp
K'Ton Ton program for ages two
through five. Register now to
provide your preschooler with an
active, fun-filled summer. Your
child will enjoy daily swim in-
struction, nature study, sport-
skills, gymnastics, art, music and
more!
The Camp K'Ton Ton
grams offer a wide
choices to meet everyone's i
You may choose from the fol
ing: three day program, on
day program, three-quarter j
program, year round day <
So call the JCC with any <
tions you might have an
registration information.
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