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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Vohune 5 Number 29 \
Of Tampa
Tampa, Florida Friday, September 9,1983
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Price 35 Cents
George Karpay to Be Presented
With 'Tree of Life' Sward-
. ______'i
George Karpay, president of
Karpay Associates, will be pre-
sented with the Jewish National
Fund's coveted "Tree of Life"
award at a gala dinner-dance to
be held on Saturday, Oct. 1, at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel,
Tampa In announcing the se-
lection of Karpay for the JNF's
highest award Dr. Samuel I.
Cohen, executive vice president
of the JNF, cited George's con-
tinued and devoted communal
efforts.
In addition to his numerous
corporate responsibilities George
Karpay has been a leader in his
industry on a local and state-wide
level. He is a past member of the
Board of Directors of the Home
Builders Association, a past
member of the FHA House Care
Committee and has served on the
Advisory Board of the 201 Study
representing the City of Tampa
and East Hillsborough County.
The same dedication and en-
thusiasm that has made George
Karpay a leader in his industry
has made him one of Tampa's
leading community figures. He
has served as Campaign chair-
man, president and presently a
director of the Tampa Jewish
George Karpay
Federation, a member of the
YMCA Camp, board member of
the University of South Florida
Foundation and its President's
Council and he is a member of the
Tampa Museum.
It is fitting that the Jewish
National Fund, which has plant-
ed over 150,000,000 trees in Is-
rael, built mammoth systems of
roads and highways, greened the
Negev into an agricultural
miracle and converted the barren
hill sides of the Galil into or-
chards and farms, has estab-
lished a "Tree of Life" award. For
the tree represents life itself. Pro-
ceeds from the dinner will be
utilized to plant a Forest of trees
in George's honor in the Ameri-
can Independence Park near
Jerusalem.
The award is given in recog-
nition of outstanding community
involvement. Former recipients
of the JNF's "Tree of Life"
award include President Gerald
R. Ford, Governor Nelson Rocke-
feller, the Rev. Martin Luther
King, Bob Hope, Donald Trump
and Mayor Bob Martinez.
Chairmen of the Oct. 1 tes-
timonial dinner are Murray
Garrett of Colony Shops and
Dow Sherwood of Dow Sherwood
Industries. For further informa-
tion about the dinner, please con-
tact the Gulf Coast JNF office at
876-9327.
TJF/UJA 1984 Campaign Leadership Announced
John Osterweil Heads Campaign
"An exemplary individual has
agreed to lead this year's fund-
raising efforts on behalf of Jewish
needs locally, statewide and
around the world," according to
Michael L. Levine, Tampa
Jewish Federation President.
John Osterweil has been named
Campaign Chairman for the 1984
Campaign. "John is a community
leader in terms of his giving, his
participating in Jewish and
general community affairs and as
a successful businessman," Le-
vine continued. "He has been
working since April to organize
what we feel will be the most effi-
cient, highest dollar achieving
and broadest based campaign our
Federation has ever run. People
involved in this effort with him
are excited and very impressed
with his plans," Levine conclud-
ed.
John Osterweil, a Tampan for
" years, is President of Secures
Incorporated, a statewide secu-
rity guard company employing
over 800 people. His involvement
John Osterweil
in the Jewish community in-
cludes being an executive com-
mittee member of the Tampa
Jewish Federation and a board
member of Congregation Schaa-
rai Zedek and the Tampa Jewish
Social Service. He is a member of
the local board of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews and a member of the Down-
town Tampa Rotary. Through his
business he is a member of the
American Society of Industrial
Security and has been appointed
by the Secretary of State of
Florida to the Private Security
Advisory Council. A native of
Savannah, Ga John is married
to the former Leslie Falk, a
native of Tampa. They have two
children, Lauren and David.
Osterweil stated: ine lampa
Jewish community is a fine one
and I believe we have a unique
opportunity to make it even bet-
ter. Our efforts on behalf of
worldwide Jewish needs are very
important and I am confident
that we will provide our share of
the funds essential to meet those
needs,'' he concluded.
Bobbe Karpay and Jolene Shor Head
Women's Division Campaign a Second Time
The Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division 1983-84 Presi-
*nt, Lili Kaufmann has an-
nounced that Bobbe Karpay and
Jolene Shor, the dynamic duo of
jw successful 1963 campaign
hve agreed to spearhead the
lampa Women's Campaign for
second year. Kaufmann
ttated. "We in Tampa are most
rtunate to have this very
*nted and organized team
k!yfe very thusiastic about
u 1984 campaign and with all of
J kip. it will be more succes-
I ""than 1983."
Karpay and Shor are both weU
Jjown and respected in the com-
S- Bobbe Karpay.
Tim ?eorJere- w a Prominent
2 leader. She has served in
DiviLnederat.ion Women's
C? po",t,on- She is on the
C? Bo*"! *nd Board of
Ulr*tors 0f the Women's Divi-
Bobbe Karpay
sion and the Federation Board of
Directors, and is a member of
Congregation Schaarai Zedek
and Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood.
Bobbe is Vice President of Kar-
pay and Associates.
Jolene Shor. married to Stan-
ley, has been active in the Worn-
Jolene Shor
en's Division and Federation
since she arrived with her family
from Baltimore four years ago.
She is a member of Congregation
Kol Ami and Kol Ami Sisterhood,
as well as a member of the Bay
Horizon Chapter of ORT and a
Continued on Page 2
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Capital Campaign
Participation Urged At
High Holiday Appeal
A united front was presented
this week by Tampa area rabbis
and congregational presidents in
urging the Jewish community of
Tampa to participate in the cur-
rent "Tampa Jewish Community
Capital Gifts Campaign" to raise
$400,000 for the Jewish Commu-
nity Center and the Hillel School
of Tampa.
According to David R. "Bob"
Levinson, general chairman of
the Capital Campaign, "We are
very fortunate here in Tampa to
have our organized religious
community and leadership be-
hind us in this effort. I was very
pleased that each congregation
has gotten behind this com-
munity-wide effort. It will take
the cooperation and support of
each and every one of us to reach
the $400,000 goal," Levinson
concluded.
The Board of Directors of the
Jewish Community Center. Hillel
School of Tampa, and the Tampa
Jewish Federation have partic-
ipated in the telephone phase of
the campaign, as well as solicited
on a one to one basis for leader-
ship commitments. Each week
the list of contributors has
grown, but campaign officials
have expressed concern that not
enough will be reached by Sept.
15. "We promised the community
that this would be a 30 day cam-
paign, but we need members of
our community to step forward
and make their pledge and not
wait to be asked," Michael
Levine, Federation president
stated. "We hope everyone will
feel a sense of pride in helping to
better our community by step-
ping forward and making their
commitment," Levine concluded.
Pledges to the Capital Gifts
Campaign are payable over a two
year period. You are urged to
contact the Tampa Jewish
Federation at 875-1618 to make
i your pledge.
Israel Makes Effort,
Against Heavy Odds,
To Reduce Casualties
ByHUGHORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Security sources stress that
the Israel Defense Force is
making every effort to re-
duce casualties among Is-
raeli troops in Lebanon,but
the present disposition of
Israeli forces makes it diffi-
cult. They occupy an area
of Lebanon with about one
million inhabitants.
The sources said the situation
would be made easier if the IDF's
disposition is changed under the
terms of the withdrawal of forces
agreement with Lebanon or after
negotiations with the U.S. and
Lebanon. But a decision must be
made within a few weeks, the
sources stressed.
THEY SAID there was no in-
tention to fight the Syrians in
order to get them to pull out of
Lebanon, but neither waa there
any decision for a unilateral with-
drawal by Israel to the Awali
River line which defines the 28-
mile security zone north of the
Israeli border. To do so would
create a vacuum into which
hostile forces could move, the
sources said.
They charged that Palestine
Liberation Organization terror-
ists have breached the agreement
they reached with U.S. special
envoy Philip Habib last summer
for their withdrawal irom west
Beirut.
According to the Israeli
sources, hundreds of PLO men
have returned to Beirut, and a
PLO brigade has moved from
Syria to the Beirut region. The
sources also said that Syrian
units withdrawn from Beirut
have returned to the Bekaa valley
from Syria.


Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
FHday, September 9,'l9fc
LindaUoldstein Appointed New BSFChairman
The Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division is pleased to
announce the newly formed
Business and Professional
Women's Network has its first
chairman. Lili Kaufmann,
President of the Women's Divi-
sion has announced the appoint-
ment of Linda Goldstein to be
chairman of the B and P.
Linda Goldstein is a writer-
editor specializing in consumer
communications with the Tampa
Electric Company. She received
her B.A. in political science from
the University of Pittsburgh and
her M.S. in Journalism from the
Boston University School of
Public Communication. She is a
native of Pittsburgh worked
as a political reporter-producer
for WQED-TV and as editorial
writer and reporter for NBC af-
filiate. WPXI-TV. In March,
Linda Goldstein
1979, while at WPXI, she was
selected as one of 13 journalists
in the United States to par-
ticipate in a Media Mission to
Israel sponsored by the Associa-
tion of Israel Journalists. The
Mission was during the historic
peace negotiations, and she
telephoned nightly reports to her
television station in Pittsburgh.
In moving to Tampa, Gold-
stein continued her writing
career, joining the staff of the
Tampa Times where she wrote
the Tampa Profile column and
became the staff's political
reporter. She joined Tampa
Electric last year, following the
closing of The Times.
She recently spearheaded a
program at Tampa Electric, Jobs
'83, which was selected by the
City of Tampa to represent the
City in the national All-America
Cities competition. She also
writes freelance magazine articles
in addition to her work; her latest
article will appear in the October
issue of Tampa Bay Monthly.
Goldstein has helped in various
public relations assignments for
the Tampa Jewish Federation
and most recently served on the
Public Relations Committee for
the Capital Gifts Campaign. She
is active in the Athena Society
for professional women in Tampa
and currently serves as co-
chairman of the Public Relations
Committee for the 1983 American
cancer Society 1983 Hills-
borough County Crusade.
"I am proud to accept the
chairmanship of this group be-
cause I think it is important that
we as professional women share
our common bond of Jewishness
I am excited by the interest
expressed by the women who
have attended our meetings thus
far, and I look forward to more
and more Jewish business and
professional women joining us to
strengthen our linkage as a
group" stated Goldstein.
Serving on the Steering
Cabinet with Linda are: Margot
Marcadis, Janet Ettleman,
Rhoda Karpay, Betty Tribble,
Natalie Goldberg and Dr. Joyce
Swarzman. Monthly meetings
have been planned for the fourth
Monday evening of each month.
The group is open to any working
woman. To be placed on the mail-
ing list, call the Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division
office, 875-1618.
Women's Division To Hold Leadership Skills Workshop
Marsha Sherman, Vice Presi-
dent of Leadership Development
for the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division has planned a
Leadership Skills Workshop for
all organizations and agencies on
Wednesday evening, Sept. 14,
7:30-9:30 p.m., at the Jewish
Community Center.
"We are responding to the
many requests by the various
Jewish organizations to sponsor
a one-evening workshop which
will include meeting skills,
parliamentary procedures, how to
set agendas, how to execute
motions, etc.," stated Sherman.
"This is a community-wide
project open to all agencies
and organizations, and they
may send as many officer*
and future officers as they wish.
There will be no charge, but
reservations by name, and an
Carol Goss
accurate count is a necessity as a
room set-up, materials and
refreshments have to be plan-
ned."
Guest lecturer will be Carol W.
Goss, Orlando. Carol is well
known around the state for her
leadership seminars and is an
excellent leader in Orlando. She is
a member of the National United
Jewish Appeal Young Women's
Leadership Cabinet, and a mem-
ber of the Executive Committee
of the Orlando Jewish Federa-
tion. She is the 1983 President of
the Orlando Women's Division,
and the 1984 Vice President of
the General Campaign. Carol is a
past president of Temple Israel
Sisterhood and the Hebrew Day
School of Central Florida.
Reservations can be made by
calling the TJF Women's Divi-
sion office. 875-1618.
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Continued from Page 1
life member and Board member
of the Ameet Chapter of Hadas-
sah. She serves on the Women's
Division Executive Board and
Board of Directors and the Fed-
eration Board of Directors.
Jolene is a Realtor-Associate
with Sun Cove Realty in Carroll
wood.
In assuming the chairmanship
of the Women's Division Cam-
paign for a second term, Karpay
and Shor stated that they are
continuing because they enjoyed
the contact and working relation-
ship of the 1983 Campaign and
look forward to another wonder-
ful year.
They emphasised the impor-
tance of women exercising their
individual responsibilities. "We,
as Jewish women, transmit Ju-
daism, set the examples, and
pass our traditions to oar chil-
dren. So ours is a dual role: 1.) for
the present and 2.) for future
generations. For the present we
must stand as individual Jews
united to face one of the most dif-
ficult times in our history. We
stand as one with our fellow Jews
in Israel. For the future, we must
remember that what happens to
one Jew happens to all Jews. Our
campaign will include reaching
out to those who have not given
and to those who have given and
want to do more."
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Pnday, September 9,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Pag>3
Holiday Message From The TOP Jewish Foundation
By JOEL M. BREITSTEIN,
Executive Director
Endowment Consultant
As the Jewish Holidays of
Roeh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
approach, we all have the op-
portunity to look both back and
forward. It is the one time each
year, when we assess ourselves in
terms of what we have done,
what we could have done and
what we can do to make things
better in the coming year.
To a Jew these self reflections
take on a broader dimension than
whether or not we did good
things or bad things. The Jew
must assess his past and future
in relation to the spectrum of be-
ing Jewish and how his action or
inaction helped or hindered the
cause of Judaism.
Living as a Jew means more
than counting the number of
times you attended synagogue or
temple; or whether or not you
remembered to light the Shabbat
candles each Friday night. Living
as a Jew in a Jewish Community
means acknowledging your Je-
wishness by identifying with
your Jewish Community;
volunteering your time to
promote Jewish causes,
programs, and projects; and of
course, giving your fair share and
a little more to Federation, your
synagogue or temple and other
Jewish communal organizations.
In this self examination
process, we can not judge our-
selves against what others have
or have not done. When we look
in the mirror each morning, it is
ourselves that we see, not our
neighbor. It is a cop out to say I
did not give of my time or money
because so and so did not. Al-
though we may be compared to
others by others, in the end we
can only do what is right for our-
selves.
As Jews in this world we have
tremendous responsibility.. We
have a heritage that demands
that we take responsibility' not
only for ourselves but for our
fellow Jews who are here today
and who will survive us. The very
survival of our People depends
upon each one of us living as a
-Jew three hundred and sixty five
days a year.
As we do our self assessments
and consider what we have done
I to promote and sustain ourselves
as a People, try to look into the
future. I am quite sure there is no
perfect Jew who can stand up and
say, "I have done all that I can
do." Think about the committees
you declined to be on or the
dollars you did not give. Think of
the times you failed to support
your community by not attend-
ing a program presented by the
JCC, your synagogue-temple or
some other communal organi-
zation.
Resolve to take that one extra
step in the new year. Give a few
more dollars and support a few
more communal activities.
Encourage your children to be-
come more involved in the Jewish
community. One of the late Pre-
sident John F. Kennedy s most
famous statement was: "Ask not
what your country can do for
you, but what you can do for your
country." This is relevant to the
self examination we do as Jews.
This year let your credo be: ASK
NOT WHAT MY JEWISH
COMMUNITY CAN DO FOR
ME, BUT WHAT I CAN DO
FOR MY JEWISH COMMU-
NITY.
Warm wishes for a happy,
healthy New Year from the
Tampa Orlando Pinellaa (TOP)
Jewish Foundation.
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School Program for children in
kindergarten through the sixth
grade from 2:15 until 6 p.m. This
program consists of gym activi-
ties, board games, arts and
crafts, story telling, swimming
and an occasional movie. The
Center will provide supervision
for each activity under the
guidance of Elizabeth Nenstiel,
certified teacher.
For those requiring the service,
a van pick up from Inter bay
areas schools will be provided.
In order to secure a place for
your child in this activity, pre-
registration is mandatory and
first priority is being given to
Center members.
The fees are:program $20
per week for JCC members;
second child in same family is
SI5. Van transportation is $2 per
child per day. For further infor-
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Friday, September 9,1983
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2TISHRI5744
Number 29
Readers Write
On the Occasion Of Rosh Hashanah, 5744
Friday, September 9, 1983
Volume 5

New Faces^-5744
The Tampa Jewish community
has many new faces among the
Jewish professionals in the com-
munity to start the new year.
In alphabetical order, they are:
David Abrams, Tampa Jewish
Federation Campaign Director;
Rabbi David Brusin, Principal,
Hillel School of Tampa; Rabbi
Joseph Dubrowsky, Chabad; Dr.
Steven J. Kaplan, Director. Hillel
Jewish Student Center, USF.
Marty Pear, Executive Director,
Jewish Community Center;
Anschel O. Weiss, Executive Di-
rector, Tampa Jewish Social
Service.
We hope that the infusion of
new ideas and new faces into
Tampa brings a recharging of en-
thusiasm for every aspect of the
Tampa Jewish community.
IDF Medics Used Hypnosis
To Treat Battle Fatigue
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Israel Defense Force medical
corps successfully used hypnosis
and suggestion to treat battle-
fatigued (shell-shocked) soldiers
at front area treatment centers
during the Lebanon war, return-
ing them fully recovered to their
battle units within a day or so,
without any after effects.
The treatment was described
this week at the week-long inter-
national congress of the Israel
and European societies of
hypnosis in psychotherapy and
psychosomatic medicines meet-
ing at the Rambam hospital in
Haifa. The conference is being at-
tended by some 250 psycholog-
ists, psychiatrists, physicians
and dentists, including 150 dele-
gates from abroad.
Drs. A. Levy and M.
Neumann, of the Tel Aviv
University medical school, said
that on the basis of earlier exper-
ience in the Yom Kippur War,
doctors this time treated their
patients at a military installation
set up close to the front line,
under full war conditions of uni-
forms and discipline.
The doctors said that the uni-
forms, military discipline, time-
tables and rifle fire made for a
rualisUc atmosphere and made it
>v' rPOajBibie to areat'soldiers and-e*v
turn them to their units in little
more than 24 hours.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As 5743 draws to a close and
the new year is upon us, we as in-
dividuals and as the Jewish
people take time to evaluate and
reflect on the past and look to the
future. It is a time when Jewish
families all over the world share
our hopes tor good health, peace
and happiness.
As a family, we are linked to-
gether by our history and our fu-
ture. Our history, being one of
great struggle and turmoil, has
brought us to this day with a
strong commitment for the sur-
vival of the Jewish people. A
stronger bond between all Jews is
created as we join together in
prayer in our temples and syna-
gogues throughout the world.
As a Tampa Jewish commu-
nity we have grown both in
strength and in numbers. We
have together strived to enhance
the quality of Jewish life for each
and every one of us. We have re-
sponded to the crisis, both here in
Tampa and in Israel, while con-
tinuing our commitment to those
services which are our responsi-
bility in good times and bad.
There is still much to be done.
Let us together recognize our
community responsibility and
move forward during the coming
year to fulfill our dreams and as-
pirations as a community to
realize our Jewish goals.
May the sound of the shofar
awaken withn each of us the
knowledge that we have the
ability to meet the challenges
that lie ahead, that what the New
Year will bring for us and all
Jewry, is in our hands.
May you be inscribed in the
book of life for a good year.
MICHAEL L. LEVINE,
President,
Tampa Jewish Federation
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Please accept my very best
wishes for a happy and health
New Year for you, your family
and your community.
As 5743 draws to a close, we
see much to be thankful for and
much to challenge us as indivi-
dual Jews and as Jewish commu-
nal leaders.
At this time last year, relations
between Israel and the United
States were fraught with tension.
Today, we see hope for a renewed
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living in a state of war: their sons
and fathers and husbands remain
in mortal danger maintaining
peace in Lebanon and along other
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The Jewish. Floridian of Tampa
Page 5
New Tear Message
In This Issue
ditions remain.
And even as we must respond
to the needs of crisis, we must
continue our commitment to
those services which are our re-
sponsibility in good times and
bad: Jewish education, services
for the aging, the Jewish family,
and other areas of vital concern.
I look forward to working with
you in the coming year as we
strive together to realize our
Jewish goals.
La Shanah Tovah!
MARTIN E. CITRIN
President,
Council of Jewish
Federations
"New Years Message JCC"
We, of the Jewish Community
Center, extend our warmest
greetings for the New Year; and
we express the wish that the
coming year be a Shanah'Tovah
- a truly Good Year for every-
one.
In accepting the responsibility
of Executive Director, I em-
phasized the need for the Jewish
Community Center to serve the
entire Jewish Community and
hopefully, anticipated that the
Jewish Community would lend
their support to the Center. Let
us not only wish a L'Shana Tova,
let us do more. By working to-
gether and sharing the concerns
of our community, we will join
together in mutual encourage-
ment for the unfolding of
Tampa's true potential.
It would be wonderful if all
members of the Jewish Commu-
nity joined the Center to help
support their goals of services.
However, that is not totally real-
istic. Therefore, we at the Jewish
Community Center will be mak-
ing an all out effort to serve the
community with more and better
quality programming for each
and every age grouping. With an
Marty Pear
expanded pre-school program, an
after-school youth program,
health and physical education
programs a tween and teen
program with supervision, ex-
panded adult and senior activi-
ties, the JCC will be on the move.
As the new Director I accept
the challenge. I hope to create an
exciting spirit for the Jewish
Community Center that will be
evident to all. I ask that you join
with us, work together to help us
achieve a better quality of life in
our community.
This coming year will be a
period of ambitious goals of
growth, and a committed,
dedicated, and determined Pre-
sident, Leah Davidson, Board of
Directors and Staff who will
pursue these achievements. Come
learn and help to do.
My family and I wish the
entire Jewish Community a
happy healthy New Year.
MARTY PEAR,
Executive Director
Jewish Community Center
This special section of The Jewish
Floridian Holiday Edition deals with
news reports throughout the previous
Hebrew Year 5743. Because these
reports were of special importance, they
are presented here as current events.
Pioneer Women
Redouble Effort
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The Pioneer Women-
Na'amat, the women's La-
bor Zionist Organization,
said it would redouble its
efforts to protect women's
freedom of choice in repro-
duction in both the United
States and Israel.
Phyllis Frank, of Washington,
vice president of the 50,000
member organization, made that
statement in hailing the ruling by
the U.S. Supreme Court striking
down a series of local legislative
restrictions on access to abor-
tions. "The Supreme Court's de-
cision is a victory for all Ameri-
can women, for the cause of free-
dom and for the principle of
church-state separation," Frank
said. "We welcome the ruling as a
significant advance for the
American idea of freedom of
choice."
The Pioneer Women's sister
organization in Israel, Na'amat-
Pioneer Women, played a key
role in the defeat of recent pro-
posals in the Knesset that would
have further restricted the al-
ready limited right to abortion in
Israel, Frank said. Those propos-
als, branded a "public scandal"
by Masha Lubeisky, secretary-
general of the 750,000-member
Na'amat,
Together, they offer a vital picture of
world Jewish affairs since last Rosh
Hashanah, and it is for this reason that
many of the reports published here will
seem current in any case.
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everyone of oa many good events
for the coming New Year.
A bleaaad and healthy New
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Leslie and Terry Aidman
Todd and Ashley
Steve and Nancy Segall
and Family
Stank}& Jotfith Rosenkranz
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Friday. September 9,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 7
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Feeding the Hungry
The American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee,
egtablished in 1914, is the over-
jeas arm of the American Jewish
community and ia devoted to the
rescue, relief and rehabilitation of
jews and Jewish communities in
over 30 nations around the world.
Its 1983 budget of $43.3 million is
funded primarily through United
Jewish Appeal community cam-
paigns.
JDC's first challenge in 1914
was to bring aid to the Jewish
communities in Eastern Europe
which were trapped by the
warring forces of World War I. In
Palestine, then a part of the
Turkish empire, the heads of
many Jewish farming families
had been impressed into the
Turkish army and into forced
labor battalions, leaving their
wives and children destitute. In
the cities, the people isolated by
the war, faced starvation. In
response the JDC mobilized the
American Jewish community,
and sent food and money to the
hungry and homeless..
In the years immediately
following, many more Jews were
brought to the brink of starv-
ation by the fighting that con-
tinued in the "Pale of Settle-
ment" along the Polish-Russian
border. Hundreds of thousands
were made homeless, and at one
point as many as 60,000 orphans
roamed the land. The JDC sent
doctors, nurses, social workers,
and. most vital tons of food
and clothing.
The Jewish community of
Europe faced another emergency
in the years before and after
World War II, when the policies
of Nazi Germany first stripped
the Jews of livelihood and homes,
and then systematically under-
took their destruction. The care
and feeding of the refugees and
later, after the war, of the nearly
250.000 survivors in the
Displaced Person camps of
Europe and Cyprus was an awe-
some task taken up by JDC and a
responsive American Jewish
community at a cost of scores of
millions of dollars annually.
In recent years JDC's food-
related programs have helped the
poor and the elderly, people liv-
ing in remnant Jewish commu-
nities in North Africa and
Eastern Europe and who are all
that remain of the once great Je-
wish settlements in Europe and
the Levant.
To the aged and sick Holocaust
survivors of Eastern Europe, the
extra rations provided by JDC
can mean longer life, allowing
them to spend their remaining
years with self-respect and
dignity. To the poor children in
the JDC-supported schools of
North Africa JDC hot lunches
mean a chance to grow up
healthy and strong. For many it
is their main meal of the day.
Throughout its history JDC
has also responded to the needs
of people of the general commu-
nity living abroad who have been
struck by man-made or natural
catastrophe. Though these acti-
vities are a small part of JDC's
work they represent a practical
expression of the concern of
American Jewry for all people in
need.
Thus, in addition to their gene-
rous individual support of non-
sectarian charities, many Ame-
rican Jews also welcome a chance
to render aid to non-Jews
through JDC, which operates in
the name of the American Jewish
community.
As a result, in 1979, when
Americans became aware of the
great suffering of the Cam-
bodians and the starvation there
and among the Cambodian
refugees in Thailand, they turned
to JDC. JDC, in turn, opened its
mailbox to donations for
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manner over $450,000 was
collected and distributed.
In 1980, in response to a
devastating earthquake near
Naples, Italy, JDC again
opened its mailbox receiving
SI50,000 to alleviate the needs pi
the homeless and hungry.
JDC was called upon again in
1982, this time as part of an
international program of aid for
the people of Southern Lebanon.
Donations in cash and goods-in-
kind reached $2 million. JDC was
one of the first voluntary
agencies on the scene and as such
played a pivotal role in the relief
work. Much of the goods-in-kind
were donated by voluntary
groups in the U.S.A., Europe and
Israel and distributed by JDC.
Of particular concern to JDC
and the world Jewish community
today is the famine afflicting the
sub-Saharan countries of Africa.
Many hundreds of thousands of
people are affected, including the
long-suffering Falasha Jews of
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Friday, September 9,1983
Where, Oh Where, Wave the Grandparents Uone}
By SENATOR
LAWTON CHILES
Remember the good ole days
when grandparents played such a
key role in the family?
Sure, they spoiled the grand-
kids a litttle bit, but there was a
whole lot more. Grandchildren
looked on grandma and grandpa
as founts of knowledge, craft
teachers, repairers and healers
and sometimes mediators,
mentors and role models. Close-
ness through walks, talks,
games, projects and shared
adventures helped develop a
sense of confidence, compati-
bility, stability and roots in the
youngsters while maintaining the
grandfoiks' feeling of worth.
We all know that times have
changed, but a study by a New
York child psychiatrist offers
some telling evidence of juat how
much:
Only five percent of grand-
children have ready access to
their grandparents, seeing them
twice a week or more.
Eighty percent see their
grandparents only ocassionally.
Fifteen percent never see or
hear from their grandparents.
The psychiatrist blames the
times: mobility is up and families
scatter; divorce is up and often
creates geographic splits or
complicated relationships; more
grannies have careers and many
gramps are working longer: more
grandparents, in good health and
financially secure, are heading
out to the sunbelt.
Still, in a survey conducted by
the same psychiatrist in a
number of states, including
Florida. 80 percent of grand-
parents thought they needed
their grandchildren. This would
certainly indicate, even in these
changed and more difficult times,
that a vast majority of grand-
parents want communication,
contact and the opportunity for
sharing. There can be little doubt
that grandchildren want and
need this as well.
Pertinent to all this is the
matter of grandparents' visita-
tion rights. Until recently, state
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access to a grandchild for a
grandparent than a non-relative
had. However, it has become
imreaaingly recognized that a
child's best interest can include
grandparent visitation if the
child's parents separate or
divorce or one parent dies.
As a result. 42 states have by
statute sought to hold open the
door to visitation. None of these
statutes give grandparents an
absolute right of visitation;
rather, they authorize a grand-
parent to petition the court for
such privileges. The court,
considering the facts and cir-
cumstances of the case, then
decides if the petition should be
granted in the interest of the
child.
This is under state jurisdiction,
and Congress has no general
authority to legislate in this area.
But there is concern that all
states have not taken action
(Florida has!, and the lack of
uniformity among state laws that
have been adopted has caused
some difficulties with adverse
impact upon grandparents and
grandchildren alike.
The U.S. House has approved
a resolution calling for a model
Community Calendar
Friday, September 9
ROSH HASHANA 5744
7:22pm.)
Soterdey, September 10
Shobbot Shuvob
Second day (Candle lighting time
], September 11
SchZFTY Beach Party Schoarai Zedak teacher orientation for
religious school Kol Ami religious school begins Kol Ami
Congregation Open House 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
Menday, September 12
Schaarai Zedek Executive Committee 12 noon Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary Board 1 30 p.m.
Teewaey, September 13
Shalom-Tampa Newcomer Committee Meeting 10: 30 a.m.
Hodossoh-Tampa Chapter Board 10 a.m. Hillel School of
Tampa Executive Board 7 p.m. Kol Ami Financial Committee -
730 p.m Kol Ami Men's Club 7:30 p.m. ORT-Tampa
Evening Chapter Board 7:30 p.m. Hillel School of Tampa
Board -8 p.m. Kol Ami Executive Board 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 14
Notionol Council of Jewish Women Women in Power Avila
Country Club 11 a.m. sharp-2 p.m. Temple David Sisterhood
Board 10 a.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites 12 noon Kol Ami
Sisterhood 7:45 p.m Community-wide Meeting Skills
Workshop Sponsored by Tampa Jewish Federation Women's
Division 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, September 15
JCC Food Co-op Food for sale 10 am -12 noon ORT-Tampa
Evening Chapter Bowling 9.30 p.m JCC Executive Board
Meeting -6pm. JCC Board Meeting 8 p.m
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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NEW YORK UTA) _
An intelligence evaluation
by the State Department
Office for Combatting
Terrorism shows that
terrorist attacks against
Jews and Israelis "have
been more lethal than other
terrorism" and that "over
three-quarters of the at-
tacks were carried out by
Palestinians."
This report was provided to the
World Jewish Congress by Frank
Perez, the director of the OCT
and was released here by Rabbi
Arthur Schneier, chairman of the
WJC-American Section. The
report covers incidents during
the past two yeais. Perez had ori-
ginally presented the report at a
closed session of the WJC
European Branch meeting a week
ago, which was attended by the
leadership of 16 European Jewish
communities.
IN HIS report, Perez disclosed
the following:
OCT records from January,
1981 until September, 1982
contain 104 international
terrorist attacks against Israeli
and Jewish interests. This does
not include domestic attacks in
Israel or on the West Bank.
Attacks against Israeli and
Jewish interests have occurred in
26 countries during the last two
years, with over 20 percent of the
attacks in France and Italy.
Over three-quarters of the
attacks were carried out by Pale-
stinians, but terrorists from
Guatemala, Colombia, France,
West. Germany, Italy, Greece,
and Japan carried out attacks
against Israelis and Jews world-
wide.
About half of the attacks were
targeted against Israeli citizens
or facilities, but Jews from 17
countries have been attacked by
Palestinian terrorists primarily
because they are Jews.
Attacks against Jews and
Israelis have been more lethal
than other terrorism. Almost 60
percent involved attacks
people rather than property and
about 65 percent of the incidents
intended to cause casualties.
About 400 people have been
wounded and 25 killed in these
attacks. Almost half of all at-
tacks against Jews and Israelis
have occurred in Western
Europe.
SCHNEIER, who attended the
WJC European Branch meeting,
said on his return to the United
States that the climate within
which West European Jewish
communities find themselves
ranges from "uneasiness, to
insecurity, to fear." He added
that the situation required
"vigilance of Jewish communities
throughout the work) and this
therefore places particular re-
sponsibility on the largest Jewish
community American Jewry."
He noted however, that ultim-
ately, the security and well-being
of European Jews, and indeed all
minorities in Europe, must be the
responsibility of the respective
governments. "It is a matter of
self-interest: governments must
recognize that attacks upon Jews
ultimately will lead to destabili-
zation of democratic institu-
tions," Schneier concluded.
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FViday.SepUmberS.iwg
Before Sharon Ouster
Neutralize 'Pro-Jordan Elements'
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The civil administration
on the West Bank has in-
structed the regional gov-
ernors to "neutralize" pro-
Jordanian elements among
the local Arab leadership
and force them into greater
dependency on Israel.
Guidelines to that affect were
issued recently by the acting
head of the civil administration,
Col. Yigal Karmon, according to
Haaretz which published them.
They apparently were prompted
by fears of rapprochement be-
tween King Hussein of Jordan
and Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation chief Yasir Arafat.
THE GUIDELINES have
raised angry protests in the
Knesset from both government
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and opposition members. L.ikud
MK Dror Seigerman demanded
to know whether Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon, who controls
the West Bank administration,
was acting on his own without
consulting Premier Menachem
Begin.
While the guidelines instruct
the civil administrators to con-
tinue the struggle against
"'radical*' pro-PLO mayors
nine of whom were summarily
ousted from office this year
they stress the need to bind anti-
'PLO groups more tightly to Is-
rael. The pro-Jordan Palestinians
were described as "unwillingly
pro-PLO" since Jordan acceded
to the 1974 Arab League summit
decision in Rabat, Morocco, to
designate the PLO as the sole
legitimate representative of the
Palestinian people.
They were said to include
moderate political figures who
"will not make a move without
Jordan's consent" and therefore
must be neutralized and made
more dependent on the Israeli ad-
ministration. In that connection
it was noted that 12,000 Arabs
work for the civil administration,
400 in senior positions and 50 in
"very senior" positions. The
guidelines suggest "they should
be strengthened for political
ends, for political use in the
future."
THE METHODS proposed to
ccomplish that end included
"massive removal of those who
fetand in the way of the system
fcnd maximum support for posi-
tive elements. This should in-
clude pay raises, larger powers
And personal encouragement."
' The regional governors were
also instructed to submit weekly
Reports to the civil administra-
tion on how the "nationalist and
pro-Jordanians" were being
treated. They were ordered to in-
tensify supervision over Arab
civil service workers who "for
years either showed no political
tendencies or who were indiffer-
ent! to or actively jeopardized the
administration efforts."
Singled out for increased sup-
port were the anti-PLO Village
Leagues organized by the civil
administration and armed and
financed by Israel. The Leagues,
branded "Quislings" by other
West Bankers, were recently con-
solidated under Mustapha
Dudein, a leader in the Hebron
region. They have held a series of
>es to peace" rallies, organized
by the civfl administration
BUT AT the last such rally
the Israelis were shaken by a
challenge from Dudein that they
negotiate directly with the Vil-
lage Leaguers over the future of
the West Bank. Dudein has not
accepted the autonomy plan of-
fered by Begin and is on record in
favor of President Reagan's Mid-
dle East initiative which Israel
has rejected as even a basis for
negotiations.
The guidelines were distribut-
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Jay Kopelman
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Mr. and Mrs. David R. Levinson
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 11
t two weeks ago. In the
t, Seigennan of Likud has
whether they were is-
rjTthe civil administration's
rive or by the government.
j Utter, he said, they meant
.Israel has decided to run the
of Arabs on the West
leading to ultimate an-
If this plan is un-
ited, he warned, it will
the West Bank into "Is-
fsViet Nam."
Peace Now movement is-
i statement charging that
[civil governors were instrucl-
I io implement "corrupt colo-
,list policies" for political ends.
Labor Party young guard
I for immediate cancellation
[the guidelines. The policies
pled by Sharon are "catastro-
f and close off all options for a
jtiral settlement," the Labor-
isaid.
JANWHILE, two more for-
j lecturers at West Bank uni-
Esities were forced to leave the
ntry because they refused to
document dissociating
_ielves from the PLO, a pre-
pisite for work permits.
They are Mohammad Rashiq, a
jstinian holding a Jordanian
port who lectures in chemis-
and Fairuz Shehadeh, an
i citizen who is an Eng-
instructor. They were the
non-resident faculty mem-
i of Bir Zeit University near
illah to be ordered out of the
|utry.
heir expulsion brought to 21
! number of non-resident facul-
I members at three West Bank
diversities to be ousted. Anoth-
131 have been ordered to cease
ching immediately. All have
used to sign the document on
unds that its intent was polit-
and violated professional
Despite Papal Decision
Ties to Vatican Must Not Weaken
NEW YORK The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has urged that dif-
ferences between the Jew-
ish and Catholic communi-
ties over the recent audi-
ence granted the PLO's
Yasir Arafat by Pope John
Paul II not be allowed to
"impede the advances in
understanding and mutual
esteem which have marked
the relations between our
comunities for the past
several decades."
That view was expressed by
Maynard I. Wishner, president of
the American Jewish Committee,
in a letter to His Eminence
Johannes Cardinal Willebrands.
president of the Vatican Com-
mission on Religious Relations
with the Jews. In a letter ad-
dressed to Wishner, Cardinal
Willebrands recently sought to
explain the reasons why the Pope
agreed to receive Arafat. Among
other explanations, Cardinal Wil-
lebrands said that "the fact that
the Holy Father receives some-
one in audience is in no way a
sign of approval of all the ideas
and actions attributed to that
person."
THE CARDINAL also wrote
that "the Holy Father did not fail
to express to Arafat 'the hope
that an equitable and lasting
solution of the Middle East con-
flict should be reached,' a solu-
tion which, as he said during the
audience, 'should exclude re-
course to arms and violence of all
kinds, especially terrorism and
reprisals. "
1 In his response, Wishner
stated that the American Jewish
Committee diefnot question "the
honorable and pacific intentions
of the Pope."
The Popes hope," Wishner
continued, "for an 'equitable and
lasting solution of the Middle
I East conflict' as his stated posi-
' tion that such a solution should
'exclude recourse to arms and
violence of all kinds, especially
terrorism and reprisals,' are
shared by all persons of good will
seeking peace in that troubled re- I
gion."
However, Wishner added, "We
do strongly disagree, regarding
the impact of the audience with
Mr. Arafat on popular opinion
and its widespread interpretation
as an act of legitimization for the
organization which he heads
an organization which has
claimed credit for the murder of
innocent civilians, including
Christians, Muslims, and Jews,
and which has never departed
from its stated aim of destroying
the sovereign State of Israel."
WISHNER TOOK the occa-
sion of his letter to Cardinal Wil-
lebrands to repeat calls for recog-
nition of the State of Israel
both by the Arabs and by thr
He ly See.
"We fervently share the Pope's
hope," Wishner wrote, "that an
equitable and lasting solution of
the Middle East conflict will soon
be reached and his affirmation
that the recognition of Israel by
the Arabs is a basic condition for
the construction of that peace.
The logic of that important af- I
firmation by the Pope does argue,
in our judgment, that the recog-
nition of Israel by the Holy See
would constitute a model of
moral courage and leadership
that would advance the cause of
peace and co-existence between
the Arab nations and Israel."
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, September 9,19
HENRY KISSINGER PLANTS BIRTHDAY
TREES Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, during a recent visit to Israel with his
family, personally planted the first of sixty trees
that were presented to him as a birthday gift by
former Israel Ambassador to the United States
Simcha Dinitz. Pictured at the plating ceremony
in the Jewish National Fund's American
Independence Park near Jerusalem are (left to
right): Mrs. Nancv Kissinger (partially ob-
scured); Dr. Kissinger; his son David; andMoshe
Hit tin. World Chairman of the Board of Directors
of Keren Kayemeth Leisrael (as theJNFis known
in Israel); Ahmet Ertegun, Chairman of the
Board and founder of Atlantic Records. Dr.
Kissinger was briefed by Mr. Rivlin on JNF
afforestation and land reclamation work in Israel,
and said that on future visits to Israel he plans to
make the American Independence Park a regular
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Dutch Criminal Trials Tapering Off
By HENRIETTE BOAS
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
Paul Brilman, the Public Prosec-
utor, believes chances are slim
that many more Dutch war crim-
inals will be tried and sentenced
in Holland in the years ahead.
Brilman, who is in charge of
the search for and prosecution of
persons who committed war
crimes in the Netherlands in col-
laboration with the Nazi occup-
iers during World War II, ex-
pressed his views in a television
panel discussion. The discussion
was prompted by the acquittal of
Albert Talens who was a "kapo"
(inmate leader) at the Kauf-
beuren Riederloh forced labor
camp near Dachau.
Talens, the only non-Jew in his
section, was charged with crimes
against humanity and especially
cruel behavior toward his fellow
Jewish inmates. But he was ac-
quitted by a special tribunal
sitting in a Maastricht District
Court for lack of conclusive evi-
dence. Several of the prosecution
witnesses gave testimony in con-
flict with what they had given
during a preliminary hearing.
Guard Wounded
At Ansar
TEL AVIV (JTAI An Is-
rael Defense Force guard at the
Ansar prison camp in south Leb-
anon v as A-ounded during a riot
among the Arab prisoner-detain-
ees. Four of the inmates were
wounded by shots fired by the
guards to quell the disturbance.
The army spokesman said that
an inmate was caught while
trying to escape, and fellow in-
mates stoned the guards, hitting
one of them in the head. The
guards were ordered to fire
warning shots.
They Fly to Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) Ful-
filling the pledge they made last
year at the conclusion of Yom
Kippur services, 350 Israelis are
scheduled to leave the United
States and will bring in the New
Year in Jerusalem. The Israelis,
whose return has been coordinat-
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the lapse of 40 years since the end
of the war, memories are no
longer fresh and there is an in-
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have been living abroad for many
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forts to bring war criminals to
justice, despite the acquittal of
such a person as Talens.
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, September 9,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
I Page 13
Ms
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Greek Minister Wants Palestine State
, SHELDON KIRSHNER
)R0NTO (JTA) -
De Minister Andreas
,andreou of Greece has
ed for the establishment
a Palestinian state
bngside Israel with secure
bntiers. At a press con-
ence here last week, the
r-old Greek leader
lid his 18-month-old
ivernment intends to "de-
Pop and enrich" its grow-
ties with the Arab
hd
kpandreou, who was in
uda to promote Canadian in-
Itment in his country, corn-
Greece's struggle for
1 independence with that
'he Palestinians' quest for self-
trmination. Greece, he em-
phasized, haa a soft spot" in its
heart for ''any people" seeking
self-determination and a home-
land.
PAPANDREOU, who heads
the Panhellenic Socialist Move-
ment, has moved Greece closer to
the Arabs since he took over as
Prime Minister in the autumn of
1981.
Under Papandreou, Greece has
become the only member of the
European Economic Community
to extend diplomatic recognition
to the PLO. Yasir Arafat, chair
man of the PLO, was the first
foreign dignitary to visit Athens
after Papandreou's election vic-
tory. It was then that Greece per-
mitted the PLO to open a mission
in Athens.
During the war in Lebanon, he
likened Israel's invasion to Nazi
genocide against Jews. In 1982,
welcoming Arafat to Greece after
his flight from Beirut, Papan-
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condemning Israel.
PAPANDREOU, who waa a
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reporters at his press conference
held at the Hilton Harbour Castle
Hotel, that he understood the
Palestinians' desire for sov-
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had a "long and difficult" his-
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Greece has always fought to
maintain its independence and
territorial integrity. Therefore, he
explained, it is sympathetic to
the Palestinians.
Papandreou, the son of a
former prime minister, said "we
have a soft spot in our heart for
any people struggling for self-de-
termination and a home-
land."
In a reference to the 1948 Arab-
Israeli war, Papandreou said the
Palestinians had been "kicked
out" of their homeland. This, he
noted, was a "major injustice"
which could be remedied if they
were granted a homeland.
HE SAID that Israel waa en-
titled to "secure frontiers" and
that the Palestinians deserved a
homeland. (Earlier in the week,
he told a joint session of the
Senate and House of Commons
that the Palestinians are "fully
justified" in their demand for a
homeland.)
Papandreou, who received an
honorary doctor of laws degree
from New York University at the
tail end of his Canadian visit,
said he would grant Israel and
the PLO embassy status in
Greece once the Arab-Israeli con-
flict is resolved.
(Yannis Haralambopoulos,
Papandreou's Foreign Minister,
implied in a brief interview with
this reporter that Greece has not
asked the PLO to recognize Is-
rael. He implied that Greece
would urge that course on the
PLO if Israel extended recogni-
tion to the PLO.)
ASKED WHY his government
is pursuing a stronger pro-Arab
policy than previous Greek
regimes, Papandreou said he was
not concerned what his predeces-
sors had done or not done.
Greece, he said, was a European,
Balkan and Mediterranean
nation which, traditionally, has
had close ties with the Arab
world. It would be "short-
sighted" if Greece viewed itself
exclusively as a West European
country, he added.
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, September 9,
High Holidays 1983-5744
The JEWISH FLORIDIAN of Tampa is pleased to again
present a complete listing of services for the High Holidays 1983
5744. All information has bem presented by the individual
congregations. Persons needing additional information should
contact the congregations directly.
CONGREGATION KOL AMI
3919 MO RAN ROAD 982-6338
Shabbat Shuvah
Friday. Sept. 9... 6 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 10 ... 10 a.m.
Yom Kippur
Friday, Sept. 16 6:45 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17 .9 a.m.
Mincha-Neilah. .5:45p.m.
CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM
2713 BAYSHORE BOULEVARD 837-1911
Shabbat Shuvah
Friday, Sept. 9... 6 p.m.. Evening Service
Saturday, Sept. 10 10 a.m.. Shacharit Service
Cemetery Service
Sunday, Sept. 11:
10:45 a.m.. Myrtle Hill Cemetery
U 30 a.m.. Beth Israel Cemetery
12 noon Rodeph Sholom Cemetery
Yom Kippur
Friday, Sept. 16:
7 p.m. Kol Nidre Service
Saturday, Sept. 17:
10 a.m.. Shacharit Service
11:15 a.m.. Torah Service
12:15 p.m------SERMON
12:45 p.m.. Musaf Service
2:30 p.m. Martyrology
2:45 p.m.. Yizkor Memorial Service
5:45 p.m.. Mincha Service
6:30 p.m. N'ilah Service
7:35 p.m. Havdalah Service
8 p.m.. Shofar
Junior Congregation
CONGREGATION SCHAARAI ZEDEK
3303 SWANN AVENUE 876-2377
Cemetery Visitations
Sunday, Sept. 11:
Myrtle Hill Cemetery ... 1 p.m.
Woodlawn Cemetery ... 2 p.m.
Yom Kippur
Friday, Sept. 16:
Evening Services. 6:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m..
Saturday, Sept. 17:
Morning Services 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Children's Services ... 2 p.m.
Afternoon Services ... 3 p.m.
Memorial and Concluding Services 4:30 p.m.
Break-the-Fast... 6 p.m.
TEMPLE DAVID
2001 SWANN AVENUE 251-4215
Yom Kippur
Friday. Sept. 16. 6:46 p.m.... Kol Nidre
Saturday, Sept. 17,. 8:30 a.m.. Yom Kippur Day
Saturday, Sept. 17 1:30 a.m.. Yizkor Memorial Services
CHABAD HOUSE
3600 E. FLETCHER
FLETCHER ARMS APTS. 971-6768
Yom Kippur
Friday, Sept. 16 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17:
10 a.m.
Yiskor... 12 noon
Neilah ... 7 p.m.
Break-the-Fast... 8 p.m.
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
USF JEWISH CAMPUS CENTER
5014 PATRICIA CT. No. 172 988-7076
Yom Kippur
Friday, Sept. 16:
6:45 p.m. University Center Ballroom
Saturday, Sept. 17 10a.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17 Break-the-Fast... 7 p.m.
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Rabbi Jeff Foust of the
Weekend College program of the
University of South Florida has
announced registration still
remains open for the fall series of
classes at both the University of
South Florida and the Jewish
Community Center.
"Anyone wishing to register
for one of these courses may do so
through the week of September
12," Foust explained. One may
register by calling the Weekend
College office, 974-3218, or by
attending the class they intend to
take. These classes have open
registration and are not limited
to currently enrolled students at
USF.
The classes being offered are:
REL 3935: Major Themes in
Biblical Literature (3 credits).
Meets Mondays at 9:30 a.m.
beginning Aug. 29 at Jewish
Community Center, 2808
Horatio, Tampa (872-4451).
Treats the Biblical under-
standing of Creation and the
Flood, male-female relations, the
family, and concepts such as
Kingship, Prophecy, Priesthood
and Covenant. Fees: $40 per
credit.
LIT 3931: Modern Hebrew and
Yiddish Literature in Translation
(3). Meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.
beginning Aug. 30 at Jewish
Community Center. A study of
the literature, together with
social-cultural background. Fees:
$40nerrrpHit
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Meets Thursdays 5:30 p.m.
beginning Sept. 1. First class
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University Center Room 204.
Fees: $30 per credit.
FOL 4200: Modern Hebrew HI
(4). Meets Mondays and Wed-
nesdays 3 p.m. beginning August
29. First class at USF Tampa
campus University Center Room
204. Fees: $30 per credit.
Rabbi Foust also teaches HBR
3110 Modern Hebrew I ui
Monday-Wednesdays at 6 nl
beginning August 29 on the U
Tampa campus. Registrationf
this course only is hanj
throurfi regular USF rerigJS
(procedures rather than wj
end College.
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THE WHITE HOUSE
WASIIrNflTON
It is a pleasure for Nancy and me to extend greetings
to Jews in this country and the world over as you
join in celebration of the High Holy Days.
We know that Rosh Hashanah, the New Year, is a
time for introspection, reflection, and renewal. It is
also a time when members of the Jewish Faith reex- a
amine the year past and look to the one ahead in a
spirit of prayer and hopefulness.
Ten days later, Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement,
is a solemn period of fasting and penitence which cul-
minates the High Holy Days.
For all of you this is an especially thoughtful season.
and we join fellow Americans in sharing your hopes
and aspirations for peace and human understanding
and for an end to hatred and violence.
As the
during
wishes
health,
families
"WfOfbyMwti
shofar calls Jews to their places of worship
this period, our thoughts and warm good
will be with you. May the year 5744 bring
prosperity, and peace to you and your
AsaSJBM and Sam Slum


,ber9,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 15
f
pe|B Issues Calendar Diary for Military Personnel
flORK A unique pub-
[, the 5744 (1983-1984)
lendar for the Members
tary Community
jlished and diatribut-
fB to Jewish military
i throughout the U.S.
i overseas in time for the
yDays.
wincing the publication,
indent Esther Leah Ritz
.nikee said: "This calen-
Dre than a handy pocket
It stands for the aid
[proud to offer to Jews in
to encourage and to
ease their way in adhering to the
religious and cultural values of
our heritage."
The publication is a project of
the JWB Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, in which Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform rabbis
work together to serve U.S. mili-
tary personnel and hospitalized
veterans in a variety of ways.
Rabbi Herschel Schacter is chair-
man of the JWB Chaplaincy
Commission; Rabbi David Lapp
is director.
The calendar-diary is chock full
of information Jews in service
and veterans hospitals need to
give them a warm sense of "Jew-
ish family" no matter where they
are stationed.
It lists the major Jewish holy
days and festivals for 5744 (1983-
84) and 5745 (1984-85); provides
brief explanations of major and
minor holy days; lists Yizkor
dates and provides space for in-
dividual Yahrzeit records; con-
tains prayers for times of illness
and prayers after experiencing
danger and for loved ones back
home, and gives Sabbath candle-
' lighting times and weekly Torah
1 portions. There are spaces for
personal notations.
The calendar encourages Jew-
ish military families to take part
in celebrations at their instal-
lations or in nearby Jewish com-
munities. It also provides Jewish
education at a glance. More than
five million calendar-diaries have
been distributed free by JWB
since World War II.
JWB is the agency accredited
by the U.S. government to pro-
vide religious, Jewish education-
al, morale and welfare services to
Jews in the U.S. armed forces,
their families and hospitalized
veterans on behalf of the Ameri-
can Jewish community.
At the same time, JWB is the
network of and central service
agency for 276 Jewish Commu-
nity Centers, YM-YWHAs and
communal camps in the U.S. and
Canada serving one million Jews.
JWB also serves the quality of
Jewish life in North America
through the Jewish Media Serv-
ice-JWB, JWB Lecture Bureau,
JWB Jewish Book and Music
Councils, and Israel-related pro-
jects.
JWB is supported by Jewish
Federations, the United Jewish
Appeal-Federation Campaign of
Greater New York, JCCs and Ys,
and JWB Associates.
Leon M. Mezrah and
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, Septemh
1983 Israel Bond Sales Pass $300 Million %-%& Vz
University, Abraham Harmon.
Five hundred and two Israel)
Bond leaders from Europe, Can-
ada; United States and Latin!
America convened in Jerusalem!
last month to attend the 35th
Anniversary International Eco-
nomic Conference.
Conference Chairman was
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Miami
and National Campaign Chair-
man was Dave Hermelin of
Detroit.
Local delegates attending were
Susan and Arnold Bierman of
Orlando and William Jackson,
Area Director, of Sarasota.
Israel Bond cash receipts for
1983 have passed the $300 million
mark, William Jackson, Area
Director, reported on his return
frim the nine-day Israel 35th
Anniversary International Israel
Bond Conference in Israel that
concluded on Wednesday,
August 17. The results represent
an increase in sales as of the same
period last year.
"Previously, years which
followed Israel's wars, as in 1968
and 1974, showed a drop in Bond
results. This cycle has not been
repeated as world Jewry demon-
strates its determination to
continue to strengthen Israel's
economy," he said.
Throughout the 10-day con-,'
ference, the delegates heard
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, Deputy Prime Minister,
David Levy, Defense Minister
Moshe Arens, Finance Minister
Yoram Aridor, Energy Minister
Yitzhak Moda'i, Industry Minis-
ter Gideon Patt and Interior
i Minister Dr. Josef Burg.
The delegates also met and
listened to Labor Alignment
leader Shimon Peres, Jerusalem
1 Mayor Teddy Kollek, former
In all, it was a r
opportunity to hear all
top leaders.
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Wishes all its friends and neighbors
a year of goodness, sweetness, peace
and hope in the coming year of 5744
Happy Holidays
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of
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Healthy and Happy New Year
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New Years Greetings from
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Happy New Year from
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Tracy, Andy, and Adai
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September 9,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 17
fhere Was Much to Cheer About in '83: A 14 Percent Rise in Olim
By DAVID LANDAU
|JFBUSALEM (JTA) A
,I of 13.176 new imrrurant8
ived in Israel during 1982, a 14
-.nt increase over the
Jious year. But most were
Western countries. The
iet Union, the largest reser-
of potential olim remained
wily dry, the Knesset was
as it opened its summer
gjon Monday with a debate on
fi,
[The immigration figures were
wided by Aharon Uzan, the
nister of Absorption. The
paucity of aliyah from the USSR
was the subject of a separate
report by Rafael Kotlowitz, head
of the Jewish Agency's immi-
gration and absorption depart-
ment.
Knesset members spoke of an
aliyah "crisis" because, despite
the marginal increase from the
West, overall figures were low
relative to the Soviet immi-
gration boom of the middle and
late 1970s.
Kotlowitz reported that of the
114 Jews allowed to leave the So-
, viet Union last month, only 11
' came to Israel. He said that was
the lowest monthly figure since
the mid-1960s when the Soviet
first opened their gates a crack.
"In effect, a month after the
Jerusalem Conference on Soviet
Jewry, we are now facing the
total end of Soviet emigration,"
Kotlowitz said.
Leon Dulzin, chairman of the
Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Executives,
continued to blame HI AS for the
high neshira (drop-out) rate.
HIAS aids Soviet Jewish emigres
who opt to settle in countries
lot her than Israel even though
they leave Russia with Israeli
visas, ostensibly to reunite with
relatives in Israel. Dulzin said he
would propose "tough measures
against HIAS" when the Jewish
Agency Assembly convenes here
next month.
Uzan said his ministry was
sponsoring a "door-to-door"
aliyah encouragement campaign
in France. He also said one of the
chief deterrents to aliyah the
high cost of housing in Israel
was being ameliorated. He said
an immigrant could now buy an
apartment on the private market
with a mortgage loan covering up
to 95 percent of the price.
But opposition MKs sharply
criticized the government's im-
migration policies. Dov Zakin of
Mapam warned of possible
wholesale resignations from the
Knesset's immigration and
absorption committee to protest
the ineffectiveness of Uzan's
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Congregations /Organizations Events
turin* exotic salads and desserto
SSu. rnnii will be served.
Friday, September 9
(nutritious too!) will be served,
and door prizes will be awarded.
CONGREGATION
KOLAM1
Open House
Sunday morning, Sept. 11,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Congrega
tion Kol Ami will hold its first
"Open House." It will be a time
for our members to meet and so-
cialize with the arms of our Con-
gregation. Members of the Board
of Trustees, Religious School.
Youth Commission, Adult Edu-
cation, Sisterhood, Men's Club,
Membership, Fund-Raising,
Social and Financial Committees,
as well as Singles, Senior Social-
ites, and Mitzvah Corps wQl be
present. The aim is to engage the
membership in participating in
the many activities planned for
the 1983-84 calendar year.
The entire Jewish Community
is welcome to attend "Open
House." For further information,
please contact the synagogue of-
fice, 962-6338.
HADASSAH
HadasMh Hospital
Supplies Benefit Luncheon
The Tampa Chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold its first luncheon-
meeting of the year Sept. 21 at 10
a.m. in the Education Center of
Memorial Hospital, 2901 Swann
Judy Tawfl and Nina b
are co-chairmen. Call Clata*]
at 251-0094 or Doroth\
Ave.
The Supplies Benefit Luncheon
will raise money for the "moun-
tain" of supplies needed at the
Hadassah medical centers in Is-
rael, and bring attention to
health topics.
Memorial Hospital joins with
Hadassah in focusing on the im-
portance of exercise and nutrition
for all ages. A dietitian will ex-
plain the necessary food groups
for a balanced diet. Elizabeth
West, an instructor with Jazzer- ,
cise, the international jazz,
dance-fitness program will give a |
demonstration geared to women
over forty. A luncheon buffet fea-
FREEDMAN
OFFICE
FURNITURE
(813) 988-8828
4819 E. Busch Blvd. bteve
Tampa, Fl. 33617
President
Through the New Year, may your family share
the blessings of peace, joy and love.
DAVIS ISLAND MARKET
304 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa, Florida 33606
The Sam Fishman Family
Happy New Year To All
KALUPA'S BAKERY
Our Sftimhm it Qmm/ilf
253-0818
Happy New Year
Mike and Susan Kalupa
3828 Nsptuns
Tamps. FL 33609
Happy New Year
from
Fabric King
Eli Blumenfeld
r^^a
SIZES 0-14
1000's OF TOYS YEAR ROUND
TAMPA BAY CENTER
CARROLLWOOD VILLAGE CENTER
*0L9
8854870
5446 Jet View Circle- Home & Office Delivery
Tampa, Fl. 33614
.
A New Year's Greeting From
TOP
The Shofar is sounded, ,
It's notes short and long.
The strains of Kol Nidre,
Life's bitter-sweet song.
Recalling the past
With a smile and a tear.
Now look to the future
And a happy New Year.
Best Wishes
TOP Jewish Foundation
SILVERMAN
6 ASSOCIATES
720 W. Buffalo Ava
Tampa. Florida 33603
La Shanah Tovah Tiktevu
Nationally accreditated
Private Practice Group
Speech-Language Pathologists
Have A Happy Holiday
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at the Greenhouse Shops
3647 W. Hlllsoorough-875-9956 I
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Catering for that Special Occasion
Martha Levine.....9J5-WI6 EitecnSuegei......176.5392
AnnTroncr.......935-7112
9516 Windsong Lane, Tampa, Florida 33618
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The Senior Citizen Residents
and Directors of
The
Mary Walker Apartments
Send Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
The Senior Citizen Residents
and Directors of
The Jewish Towers
Send Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
Recession? Who says?
We need scrap now!
BATTERIES MOTORS
LEAO ROLL-OFF
eSTEEL CONTAINER
CAST IRON SERVICE
BRASS ALUMINUM
RADIATORS ALUMINUM CAMS
COMMERCIAL METAL CO.
Did Direct For A Prompt Quote
1-626-1108
Ask for an account representative
for a personal consultation
imtnC
ill*
Mil
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Commercial I
62nd St
atSCll
Erika and Marina Wish You
A Happy New Year
1155 S. Dale Mabry
Tampa, Fla. 33609
Palms Pla
(813)875
Toward A Happy Year
/
Manny Garcia
PRESIDENT
/
4010 W WATERS
TAMPA FL 33614
n^
Cairo Iwooi
Pools
/
(813)884 7665
RES 886 0883
New Year Greeetings
Roger & Sharon Mock
Beth and Kevin
The Loungerie
1704 So. Dale Mabry
251-1747 and
Tampa Bay Center
870-1263
The Stork Route, Inc. |
Maternity Selon/Infant Bout
Tampa Bay Center
876-3766


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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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for reservations by
Jj8. Admission is $8.
TEMPLE DAVID
Sbbath of Penitence
Inn Friday night, Sept. 9 at
Bfp.m. the "Shabbat
uva theme will be carried out.
.Saturday morning (9 a.m.),
Mallinger will lead in the
.th worship and preach on
^temporary Tshuvah Repen-
Yom Kippur Evening
llhe Day of Atonement will be
jgred in Friday evening, Sept.
at 6:45 p.m. with the Kol
i chant by Rabbi Mallinger
and his choir. The sermon will be*
"Lessons Discovered in Kol
Nidre."
Yom Kippur Day ,
On Saturday (Sept. 17) Yom
Kippur services will begin at 8:30 *
a.m. and will continue all day.
There will be a complete Shach-
rith, Torah Reading, Sermon
(Man's Choice, Life or Death),
Yizkor Memorial Service at 11:30
a.m. followed with Musaf. The
Mincha will begin at 4:46 p.m.
Rabbi Mallinger will also present
a Pre-Neilah Sermon (Closing
Doors). He will also chant this
service.
Break-The-Fast
Reception
Upon conclusion of the Neilah,
Shotar and Maariv service, the
traditional reception will take
place with the Sisterhood in
charge.
Obituaries
SCHWARTZ
Michael Maynard. 44. of Paramus, N.J.,
died August 26. Mr. Sohwarti wu mur-
dered during a holdup of hla store. He
waa born In Chicago, 111 and waa the
proprietor of a carpet atore. He waa a
reapected and admired bualneaa and
community leader. He la survived by hla
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sen warts
of Tampa; one son. Brad of Long Island,
N.T.; one daughter, Carrie of Long Is-
land. N.Y.; and one sister, Oerrl Slmo-
vltz of Tampa. Oreveslde services were
conducted on Monday, August at
Myrtle Hill Memorial Park by RabM
Kenneth Berger and Cantor Willlan.
Hauben of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom.
GOODMAN
Made. 63, of 1S4U La Place Circle,
Tampa, died August 27. She was born In
Brooklyn, N.T., coming to Tampa In
1978 from Mont vale, N. J. She waa a sec-
retary and a member of the Tampa
Chapter of Hadssssh. She la survived by
her husband, Abe; three sons, James of
New Mexico, Lawrence and Donald of
New Jersey; and one stater, Corrlnne
Jobe of Oklahoma.
ISLAND AUTO SERVICE
|]40 E Davis Boulevard
loavis Island
iTelephone 254-2412
[jerry Billings
(Owner
Happy New Year
Holiday Wishes
Central Bank
of Tampa
Member FOIC
"Business with the Best"
Kennedy At Howard
Tampa, Florida
Phone
253-3302
L'Shana Tova Tikasavu
8
COX PHARMACY
Reliable preparation of prescriptions since 1934.
itSN.DaUMabry
Phone 877-7639
Hart Travel, Inc.
Diaaa Lev Jeaa Atiae
PrleeeUa Adolsaae-Cyathia Wr%ht
Travel Consultants
201 East Davis Blvd. Tamps, Florida 33608
Phone 263-3436
Happy New Year
'
i
L 'Shana
Tova
Tikatevu
from the staff of
Bob Ash Entertainment
621-5074
m
Let's Have An "Affair" Together
Good Yom Tovl
WAREHOUSE SALE
MEN'S CLOTHING
SMALL AND BIQ SIZES
FOR LOW PRICES PHONE 251-6165
ill?-* S.HOWARD AVENUE TAMPA. FLORIDA
2'&km~*&~.
Stanley H. Kaplan
Educational Centers
Staa 4 Faye TruaeeJ. Administrators
Tampa. Qainaavills. Tallahaeeee Canters
jewelers
Happy New Year
Joseph Mendez
Owner
7bc Village Center
Carrollwood
13216 Worth Dale Mabry -Highway JeUpbone
Tampa. Florida 33618 (813) 962-4493
Wishing the Jewish Community
a happy and healthy New Year!
from
BOB DUPREE
"Help Improve Our Schools"
Happy New Year
Dr. Michael, Beverly. Lisa
& Adrian Stevens.
Poninusular Counseling Center
2819 Horatio Street
New Year Wishes
Dr. Jay Justin &
Mrs. Lois Older
Practice of Opthalmology
13650 North 31st Street, Suite 210
971-3846
SrSmamm&
OtHttNOaTAKtOUT
(PALMACEIA)
3887 Neptune
Tamps, Florida 88808
Phone 284-2806
Best Holiday Wishes
JOSEPH B. KERSTEIN
1448 W. Busch Blvd.
II
NAHONWDE
INSURANCE
Tampa, 33609
813-935-8866
FIN A
Wom&i*/
George DeLeary. Owner
GEORGES ISLAND FIN A
202 E. Davis Boulevard.
Telephone 254-8921
Emergency number: 839-2085
Complete Car
Care
Open 7 Days
Sun. 6-2
Dleaal
Kelly
HcalthCare
of Kety Service*
^Kelly
Tampa 8794144
2'3*emm&~m
OLD BAY
Leather and Vinyl Refurbishing Co.
Leslee Colon. Susan Chandler
n
NAnONWIDE
INSURANCE
NaSSWaaSl on your Ml
SEIBERT INSURANCE AGENCY '
4019 W. WATERS AVENUE
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
ALL LINES OF INSURANCE
V. K. SEIBERT AGENT
TELEPHONE
(813) 885-5407
La Shanah Tovah Tihtevu
from the Headmaster, Faculty and
Secretaries of
*
Hillel School
of Tampa
2801 Bayshore Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33609



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