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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Klemsti Floridian
Off Tampa
r^. 5-Number 40
Tampa, Florida Friday, November 25,1983
C fmdShochti
Price 35 Cents
Nellye Friedman Appointed Chairman of
Women's Division Lion of Judah Division
kfusemks Mr. and Mrs. Ilya Vaisblit, parents of Alexander
Annual Women's Plea
for Soviet Jewry Dec 5
I The Annual Women's Plea for
leviet Jewry community
ervance will be Monday
tiling. Dec. 5. 7:30 p.m., at the
rish Community Center.
| The national observance, also
own as "Human Rights Day"
\ being sponsored by the Tampa
irish Federation Women's
division, convened this year by
regation Schaarai Zedek
| "The observance coincides
ain this year with Chanukah;
national theme of 'Light
heir Way To Freedom' wiU be
Diured in Tampa," said Lili
aufmann, President of the
?omen's Division. "This will
us to remember that there
;Jews, lots of Jews, millions of
Jews, locked in the Soviet Union
|ho are neither permitted to
ctice their Judaism nor
Jermitted to emigrate to a land
[here they could."
The entire community is
fcvited to observe this Plea;
Uest speaker is Alexander
jonorovsky, now an Israeli but
nerly from Russia.
I Alexander Gonorovsky, born
pugust 11, 1946, lives in
ehovot. Israel with his wife and
hild. He immigrated to Israel in
November, 1978.
i In Moscow, he attended the
(iviation College, Officers Mili-
Courses on Modern
eaponry, and received a
asters degree in English from
W Iniveristy of Moscow,
Faculty of Foreign Languages in
|9"4. Currently, he is employed
Tadiran Systems, in Holon,
|wael. as an English technical
fiter of manuals, engineering
orts. and manufacturing
[Gonorovsky became actively
nvolved in the Aliyah movement
1971, though he was not
wily a Refusenik. In 1973, he
*wn studying Hebrew with the
iks, Sharansky and other
ell known Aliyah activists and
urim in the Moscow Refusenik
nmunity. He taught English
1 private classes ana among his
udents and included amongst
_ close friends were Tda
Ml, *Iosif Begun, ?Victor
IBrtilovsky. Dina Beuina. and the
lAbramovich and Prestin >fn
H'Today these are Prisoners of
on or former Prisonrs of Zion.)
lii2.0nJ!?v,ky i bare m the
pW States to speak on behalf
* au Refuseniks but also on
Jjnof his father, Ilya Vaisblit,
.65. who has been refused
aion to leave the Soviet
^nn for t, vaors. Mr. Vaisblit
from multiple sclerosis
, 1966, is nearly deaf, half
1 bedridden with
Alexander Gonorovsky
Nellye Friedman has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Tampa
Jewish Federation Women's Lion
of Judah Campaign Division,
which includes contributors of
$5,000 and up. The announce-
ment was made by Campaign Co-
chairman Bobbe Karpay and
Jolene Shor.
"There were 14 charter mem-
bers of the Lion of Judah Divi-
sion last year," stated Friedman,
"and we hope to double and triple
that this year! The Lion of
Judah, a symbol of strength in
Jewish life, was instituted as a
14K gold pin by the Miami Wom-
en's Division Campaign in 1972.
It was created to serve as a
symbol of commitment for a
woman whose personal pledge to
the annual campaign is $5,000 or
"Communities around the
world have chosen to identify
themselves with the pin using
Miami's guidelines. Seeing some-
one else wearing the pin in unex-
pected locations all over the
Nellye Friedman
world gives one an identity as a
proud, strong supporter of Israel,
and that's the kind of identity of
which anyone can be truly
proud," Friedman concluded.
Nellye Friedman has been a
very viable, visible supporter of
the Tampa Jewish Federation
and the Women's Division for
many years, having served in
many top leadership positions.
She is a past president of Congre-
gation Schaarai Zedek Sister-
hood, member of the Executive
Committee and the Board of
Directors of Congregation
Schaarai Zedek.
Friedman also serves on
various boards of community
services. She is married to Herb-
ert J. Friedman, and her children
are Frances, Bui, Frank, and
Mary (Mrs. Theodore Kramer).
A Dec. 1 Campaign luncheon
for the Lion of Judah Division is
being planned at Nellye's home.
Guest speaker is Dora Roth, an
Israeli who will tell of her person-
al experiences from the con-
centration camps to modern Is-
False 'Open Letter'
Soviet Jews Circulate Obvious Lie
paralyzed limbs. He was
pronounced 100 percent disabled
by the Soviet authorities in 1976.
Vaisblit is a survivor and his
parents and brothers were
murdered by the Nazis in Odessa
during World War II.
The day's events include a
Proclamation signing ceremony
with Mayor Bob Martinez;
several media conferences; and
the program that evening which
will include an essay contest that
will name a winner and runner-up
from each religious school; a
candle-lighting ceremony with
the Tampa Congregational
Rabbi's participating; and
hearing from Tampa's own
Russian community.
Carter Wants
Former President Jimmy Carter
has listed three concessions he
believes Israel must make to
achieve peace in the Middle East.
In a televkkm interview with the
New York correspondent of the
Dutch NCRV broadcasting com-
pany, Carter called for Israel's
complete withdrawal from Lab*
anon, adding that Syria must do
the same.
Secondly, Carter said. Israel
must be willing to carry out in
good faith, the granting of auto-
nomy to the people of the West
Bank. Carter said.
from Czarist Russia to escape
pogroms to realize that the roots
of national discord have long
been eliminated in the Soviet
The letter claimed further that
the Soviet Union has been
"falsely reported as being hostile
to the existence of Israel"
whereas it opposes only Zionist
policies. American Jews were
urged to work with the Soviet
people for world peace.
Abram observed that the letter
"was a propaganda offensive
tailored to Western readers .
couched in appeals for 'world
peace' from selected Jews, and
used the standard line that the
Soviet Union has nothing against
the state of Israel except its
'Zionist policies.' He added,
"To claim that one is not anti-
Jewish or anti-Israel while con-
veniently designating as 'Zionist'
a myriad of evils is Orwellian
'double-think' that fools no one."
Continued on Page 4
This photo, circulated by the National Conference on Soviet
Jewry, call* upon Russians to 'Start building the (concentra-
tion) camps according to the models already tried,' The cartoon,
appearing initially in 'Perets,' draws upon stereotypical
features straight out of Nazi propaganda posters and material
used to incite Czarist pogroms, according to Mania Abram,
chairman of CCSJ.
Leaden of the Sovet Jewry
movement here have de-
nounced as blatantly false
n "open letter" from 60
Soviet citizens of Jewish
nationality" addressed to
American Jews urging
them to discount reports of
anti-Semitism in the USSR.
Referring to the "open letter"
which was carried by Tass, the
official Soviet News agency,
several days ago, Morris Abram,
chairman of tea National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ)
said it waa "a blatant example of
Soviet hypocrisy." Herbert
Kronish, chairman of the Greater
New York Conference on Soviet
Jewry (GNYCSJ). called the
letter an "absurd and tragic he."
associated with the "Anti-Zionist
Committee of the Soviet Public"
Their letter said, "We under-
stand that it may be difficult for
some American Jews whose
fathers and grandfathers fled

Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, November
QJou/t oMcws
^By Qnm oMand
Joint Religious School Activity Planned ... A Chanukah
skating party is being planned for three religious schools as a
community-wide activity enabling students to meet each
other. Mary Kanter, Kol Ami's principal, Debbie Albert,
Schaarai Zedek's director of education, and Karen Chester-
Patron, Rodeph Sholom's principal, are working together to
coordinate this first joint project. Proceeds from the party will
be divided between the three schools.
The two-hour skating party will begin at 5 p.m. on Dec. 7 at
the Carrollwood Skating Center located on North Dale Mabry.
Tickets are $2 each and can be purchased through each school.
Parents are encouraged to attend.
Auction Benefits Fundraising Projects The Tampa
Evening Chapter of Women's American ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training) held their annual Food and
Crafts Auction on Nov. 14. ORT members made the special
homemade crafts and food items for the auction and all the
money raised will go towards fundraising projects. Ellen Stein
coordinated the event.
The auction was held during the general meeting at the home
of Aida Weimman.
Fields Attend Biennial Convention ... Dr. Steven and Doris
Field attended the 1983 Biennial Convention of the United
Synagogue of America last week. He is president of
Congregation Kol Ami. The Convention addressed issues such
as "What is Conservative Judaism," "What Do We Believe,"
and "Why." It was held Nov. 11-17 at the Concord Hotel in
Kiamesha Lake, New York.
Two Weeks Spent In England Terri and Ernie Adam have
returned from a two-week trip to London. While there, they saw
some plays and traveled to Brighton. Stratford-on-Avon,
Windsor, Canterbury. and Dover. They hope to return in two
years and combine England with a trip to Israel. Terri and Ernie
visited Israel ten years ago for the country's 25th anniversary.
Terri works for the Tampa Jewish Federation.
Two Bar Mitzvahs Include Twinning Service Two Bar
Mitzvahs will include a portion of the service called "twinning."
Sponsored by Women's American, ORT, twinning enables the
Bar or Bat Mitzvah to include Russian children who are not
permitted to participate in the special occasion. ORT also
supplies information regarding the Russian family's history.
Robin Brownstein son of Jerry and Lynn Brownstein, will
dedicate his bar mitzvah to Chana Rombe tomorrow at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek. Chana s father, Samuil, was
arrested several days after his visa to Israel was granted. Robin
wrote to Chana last August, but does not know if she received
the letter.
David Marcos, son of Stanley and Roc Marcos, will read his
portion of the Haftorah for Miens Smeliansky. His Bar Mitzvah
will be held tomorrow at Congregation Kol Ami.
Let us short "Your News." Coll the Jewish Floridian at 872-
4470 or drop us a note, 2808 Horatio, Tampa 38809.
Seminar participants included: (standing left to
right} Lou Morris, Gary Alter, Jack Roth, Leah
Davidson, Charles Miller. (Seated left to right)
Howard Sinsley, Michael Levine, Lili Kaufman,
Betty Shallet. Jeff Davidson.
(Standing left to right) Sid Schuster, Nancy
Linsky, David Linsky, Richard Gordimer, Rabbi
David Brusin. (Seated left to right) Sharon Mock,
Linda Blum, Les Barnett, Kay Jacobs, andUaiA
(Standing left to right) Jolene Shor, Lee Tobin,
Jay Kopelnian, DavidAbrams. (Seated left to
right) Anschel Weiss, Ruth Polur, Rhoda Davit,
Lois Older and Marty Pear.
Federation Holds Leadership Seminar
Photographic Portraiture
3839 Neptune
Tampa, Florida 33629
Telephone: 253-3839
Eriha and Marina Invite you to do
your Chanukah Shopping
with them.
1155S. Dale Mabry
Tampa, Fla. 33609
Palms Plaza

The Tampa Jewish Federation
held a Leadership Seminar for the
members of the Federation Board
of Directors, and the Executive
Committee of the Women's Divi-
sion, Hillel School, Jewish
Community Center and Tampa
Jewish Social Service.
Chairman of the Seminar was
Roger Mock. The Seminar was
led by Charles Miller, consultant
for the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, who covered a number of
topics including: What is Fed-
eration; How the Community
Functions; The Changing Fed- m ...... ...
eration; The Need for Centrality; *ctund. a6?w* M t0 nthtJ,W: M**^ *"**. president of tkt
and The Role and Responsibili W7** Federation; Charlss Miller, consultant for the Counai
ties of Leadership.
of Jewish Federations; and Roger Moch, chairman of the Leadership
PiRates Toy Chest
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November 26,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 3
Tickets Now on Sale for Israeli Ballet
B&P Women's Network to
Meet November 28
I The Business & Profeeaionai
Lien's Network will meet for
jr November monthly meeting
a Monday evening, Nov. 28, at
First Financial Tower.
The group will hear a panel of
Ljgrts advise the best
fvestrnent tactics to use in
fsonal money management.
his program will go a long way
lowards clearing up mis-
Kept ions many women may
ave concerning their abilities to
handle money and invest wisely"
Helen Schuster, Account Execu-
tive with E.F. Hutton and panel
moderator, said. Areas to be
covered include estate planning,
property and casualty insurance,
tax planning and stocks and
bonds. A question and answer
session will conclude the
All women in the business
community are invited to attend
and are asked to bring their
questions with them. Cocktails
will begin at 6 p.m., and dinner,
which coats $10.60, will begin at
6:30 p.m. All reservations are
guaranteed and required.
And remember, the B & P
Network is running a Logo
Contest bring your sugges-
tions to the meeting or call Rhoda
Davis at the Tampa Jewish
Federation office.
Tickets are now on sale for the
first-ever performance of the
Israel Ballet in this area. There
will be a matinee and evening
performance by the ballet troupe
on Sunday, March 25, 1984, in
the new Ruth Eckerd Hall at the
Richard B. Baumgardner Center
for the Performing Arts on Mc-
Mullen Booth Road in Clearwa-
General admission tickets for
the critically acclaimed ensemble
rAassit/ic Festival
Israeli Chassidic Festival Dec. 13
A spectacular musical produc-
of Israeli song, dance and
busic performed by top Israeli
liars comes to the Tampa The-
[tre for a single performance on
Juesday, Dec. 13 at 8 p.m.
The Israeli Chassidic Festival,
presented by the Tampa Jewish
fommunity Center, makes its
pixth annual appearance in
I'.imp.i and due to past sell-outs
the Center, the presentation is
eing moved to the Tampa
Theatre this year.
"This year we are really
hcited about the Chassidic Fes-
tival, said JCC President Leah
ividson. "For the past five
rs, they have been a vibrant,
lun group with great songs and
"And now at the Tampa The-
atre, we will be able to have more
ople and seat them more com-
The first Israeli Chassidic Fes-
gal in 1969 was intended to be a
time contest for the best
Wic set to Biblical verses.
However, the overwhelming
sponse changed the course of
story for this musical event.
Ever since, composers from all
pver the world enter their works
spirited competition. Top Is-
li performers present these
|>ngs to the people of Israel who
|*ect the winners.
.Fifteen festivals have produced
I15 LP record albums, 160 new
|Jns, more than half of which
|ve made the Israeli Hit Parade
ld have become well-known the
l*rld over, among them: "Oeeh
l*k>in," "Shema Iareel,"
I Adon Olam," and "Malchu-
The festival attained immor-
TJ'y a" its songs became a part
"the daily services. Paaaagesof
EL5riyer" wnki wem -w** **
[BQBdreds of year* are now being
1 to new mefodiee which orig-
inated in the Chassidic Festival. the musical director.
Following the international
debut at New York's Carnegie
Hall in 1971, scores of cities on
four continents have welcomed
the Israeli Chassidic Festival to
their stages.
This year marks the Festival's
14th visit to North America, with
an all-new cast and completely
new show. The show is directed
by Tzedi Tzafftj, choreographed
by Esther Bash, costumes by
Yuval Tzur and Benny Hagary is
If it has anything to do
with getting the most
out of life,
Look To The Sun.
range from $11.50 to $15.50.
In addition, Benefactors of
$1,000 or more receive two
tickets; Patrons of $100 or more
receive one ticket; and Friends of
950 or more receive one ticket. All
Benefactors, Patrons and Friends
will receive an invitation to a gala
reception following the evening
Information about this perfor-
mance is available from the Jew-
ish National Fund.
The festival is more than a
high-quality concert; it is where
songs become hits overnight and
soon part of the Jewish musical
treasury, adding a contemporary
refreshing sound to it.
Tickets are priced at $10 for
adults, $8 for seniors and
students, and $6 for children
under 13. Tickets are available at
the Tampa Theatre or at the
Jewish Community Center (2808
Karen Chester and Richard
Patron were married on. Nov. 20
at Congregation RodeprrSholom.
Rabbi Kenneth Berger and
Cantor William Hauben offi-
ciated. The reception followed at
Congregation Rodeph Sholom.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chester of
Tampa and the groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Patron of
Tampa. The bride's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lavine.
The maid of honor was Shelli
Newman, Tampa. Tne brides-
maids were Debi Chester, Pam
Chesler, and Amy Patrcm, all of
Tampa, and Ellen Patron,
The groom's attendants were
David Karzmer, Youngstown,
Ohio, Eric Chesler, Atlanta,
Charles Siegfried, Gary Rollin-
son, and Max Chesler, all of
The bride and groom are
spending their honeymoon in Key
West and plan to reside in
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Number 40
Friday, November 25,1983
Volume 5
Abram Calls Vicious Cartoon
'Outrageous' Soviet Propaganda
cious cartoon, which gives
the lie to the Soviet Anti-
Zionist Committee's claim
that it is not anti-Semitic,"
appeared in a recent Ukrai-
nian publication, according
to Morris B. Abram, chair-
man of the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
Abram said the caricatures ->f
Jews, published in the satirical
journal Perets, "openly employed
Czarist and Nazi-like stereotypes
of Jews as 'arch evil cons-
pirators." The cartoon is all the
more outrageous." he said, "be-
cause it also suggests Jews were
in collusion with Hitler to destroy
their own people." He described
the drawing as follows:
HEADED "Israeli Conquerors
in Lebanon," it shows several
Jewish figures sitting on a tank
and pouring over a map labeled
"Concentration camps 1933-
1945." In the background,
civilians are being rounded up by
gun-toting recruits. The caption
reads: 'Start building tne camps
according to the models already
tried.' This atrocious insinuation
demonstrates a gross insensi-
tivity to the memory of the mil-
lions of Jews who perished at the
hands of the Nazis and their col-
False 'Open Letter'
Continued from Page 1
"Claims that anti-Semitism have
been rooted out of Soviet society
are absurd and a tragic lie.
Visitors to the USSR, including
my wife and myself, in 1977 and
again in 1982. can testify to
collectively meeting thousands of
Jews who are regularly subjected
to KGB violence, denied access to
higher education, prevented from
studying and teaching Hebrew,
and are targeted by blatant anti-
Semitic attacks."
Both Abram and Kronish sug-
gested that the letter carried by
Tass was an attempt to counter-
act the worldwide outcry which
arose when Soviet Jewish ac-
tivist Iosif Begun was sentenced
to 12 years' imprisonment and
internal exile because he taught
Hebrew and sought to emigrate
to Israel.
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Horowitz Appointed Chief Professional Officer of Ujj
NEW YORK Stanley B.
Horowitz, executive director of
the Jewish Community Federa-
tion of Cleveland, Ohio, has been
appointed chief professional
officer of the national United
Jewish Appeal, UJA President
Herschel W Blumberg an-
nounced on behalf of the
organization's Board of Trustees.
Horowitz is assuming the
professional reins of a complex
and far-flung international
organization that maintains
offices in five geographic regions
in the United States and in
Israel. In 1982 UJA raised $568.7
million in partnership with more
than 600 federated and non-fed-
erated communities nationwide,
to provide humanitarian services
to Jews in need throughout the
Horowitz is the first UJA chief
to come from the local Jewish
federation movement. "As a
result," Blumberg stated, "he is
expected to have a major
influence in further strength-
ening the relationship between
UJA and local communities."
"The chief professional officer
of UJA plays a critical role in
American Jewish communal
life," Blumberg added. "He
directs UJA's efforts to raise
funds for Jewish needs around
the globe and is a vital
instrument for raising Jewish
consciousness. I am delighted
that we found such a highly
qualified and experienced indivi-
dual for this demanding
The appointment also was
praised by UJA National Chair-
man Robert E. Loup, who
described Horowitz as "one of the
most effective Jewish community
professionals in the country, with
keen insight into the
contemporary issues confronting
the Jewish people."
"I am profoundly honored to
have been selected for this
pivotal position in Jewish life,"
Horowitz said. "Throughout its
history the United Jewish Appeal
has embodied the most noble
Jewish ideals. Its life-building
Stanley B. Horowitz
accomplishments are a prelude to
its future. Over this decade we
will be seeking to build an even
more unified American Jewish
community, while setting our
sights on nearly doubling our
fund raising achievement to $1
billion. It is this monumentally
important mission that
persuaded me to make this
unanticipated, but most
promising, change in my life's
The selection of Horowitz as
UJA's chief executive was
*orsed by other
Jewish leaders, inchidfa^ jl
C. Hoffberger, chairman of
Board of Governors of the J.
Agency; IrwinS. Field,chain
of the United Israel Appeal
Henry Taub, president of'
American Jewish Dist
Committee (JDC).
In his remarks, Hof
described Horowitz as "a m
extraordinary vision and a
sense of priorities."
Field called Horowitz
choice ... a man of
energy and organizatio
ability." He said, "I
convinced that Stanley's
experience and dedication
strengthen the UJA in
^ Taub stressed Horowitz,
"long record of achievement
the Jewish community"
termed his appointme
"recognition of the high est
in which American Je*_
communal leadership holds himl
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Community Candle Lighting
Wednesday, Nov. 30
The Jewish Community Center sponsors its annual Chanukah
Lighting Ceremony of the gigantic community menorah on
Wednesday night, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the breezeway of the
The lighting of the candles is an annual family event, and we
hope to have a large turn-out for this wonderful program"
according to JCC President Leah Davidson.
Refreshments wUl be served and gifts will be given to the chil
dren attending. Co-sponsored by Chabad House, this annual
event has become the way to signal the first night of Chanukah.
Rabbi Yossie Dubrowski of Chabad House will tell a Chanu-
kah story and Rabbi Leonard Rosenthal of Congregation Kol
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Tampa's Teen Scene
i/v name is Ilene Kelman, a se-
Sr at Uto High School We will
' \n writing this all-about-town
\ column for the ana'* Jewish
tetns. Your contributions will be
helpful. We are looking for news
h organizatons, high schools,
| outstanding accomplishments,
college news, as well as travel,
moves, and other events of inter-
We have two new members of
our community to introduce.
Both are from the Northeast
Andrew Geitch is from New Jer-
sey and Jonathan Pear is from
Binghampton, N.Y.
Andrew, a junior at Chamber-
lain, has become involved in
scores of activities since he
moved to Tampa a few months
ago. At school, he has joined
NFL, Model UN, and he's
looking forward to the tennis
season (looks like Varsity to me).
Outside of school, Andrew (no
one calls him Andv) hasn't
missed a SchZFTY (Rail!) func-
tion His next project is the Re-
publican Party. In addition to his
many involvements, Andrew
finds lime to do the things he
enjoys alone playing the
piano. horseback riding,
photography, and eating
(especially Chinese, Mexican, and
Jewish food). A friendly, easygo-
ing, nice guy, he likes easy music
like Hilly Joel, Huey Lewis and
the News, and the Cure. (I've
never heard of them either
maybe he'll play some of their
records for us.)
Like Andrew, Jonathan Pear
mentioned Billy Joel and Chinese
food as favorites. He also likes
basketball (he's on the team at
Plant), and seafood, except fish,
and the Beatles. This H. B. Plant
sophomore has already joined the
Computer Club and SchZFTY.
Looks like we'll be hearing a lot
from Jonathan soon!
The last person who needs a re-
introduction lived here briefly
last year. Welcome back, Dawn
Levinson. Dawn attended High
School in Israel (like Andy Rob-
enkranz and Michelle Fbhman)
this summer after a stay in
BBYO had a good start this
year. Kicking off with a cookout
and swimming party at Felice
Haas house, BBYO attracted 50-
60 old and new members. A
membership convention in
Homestead, Fla. was planned by
Michelle Fishmsn. In attendance
from Tampa were Rodney Davia,
Manny Matalon, and Amadeo
Tampa BBYO is active in the
North Florida Council (NFC),
with four NFC officers: Mi-
chelle Fbhman, Vice President.
Glen Posia, Vice President in
charge of Programming (and
Tampa AZA president), Rodney
Davia, Secretary of NFC, and
Lila Pohw, Programming Vice
BBYO is also preparing for
their Regional convention
which about 25 or their members
will attend in Leesburg. Fla. the
third week in December. Also in
December, BBYO is having a
carwash. This is their small fund-
raiser. Diet now to support them
in January that's when they're
holding the annual MAM sale.
Elections for second-semester
local offices will be held during
the regular Wednesday night
meeting (JCC, 7:30-9:30) in slew
weeks. Look ahead to the Sweet-
heart-Heartthrob Dance in Feb-
ruary. It might be a good time to
start looking for a dress ... or
a date?
SchZFTY attended a conven-
tion in Orlando last month. In at-
tendance were Helens Wallace,
Tiffani Stein, Wendy Posner,
Stephen Zielonka and Elf Cohen.
Current events for SchZFTY
include a carwash, swim party,
and a surprise oneg shabbat fol-
owing services.
In the near future SchZFTY
has many events that will be op~
_^ !i. vention (Dec 21-25).
portunities to meet people On iWnWBinQ,i^PTVrfth.
Dec. 4 SchZFTY is joining Hav m^TiT^? ^STiSil
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are 2 USY tripe a weekend in
Jacksonville, Dec. 16-18, and In-
ternational Convention in Phila-
delphia which Tatrl Sagar and
Andrea Priedeaaa plan to attend.
Shalom Chavarhm

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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
_Friday, November 25,1983
Community Calendar
Friday, November 25
(Candlelighting time 5:35)
Saturday, November 26,
Kol Ami Singles Dance Chanukah Dance -9 p.m.
Sunday, November 27
NCJW Chanukah party in conjunction with all sisterhoods 2
p.m. at Rodeph Sholom.
Monday, November 28
Tampa Jewish Federation Executive Committee noon Temple
David Sisterhood 1 p.m. Business and Professional Division of
Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division 6 p.m. Tower
Club Tampa Jewish Social Service Parent Effectiveness
Training 7 p.m. Community Relations Committee 8 p.m.
Tuesday, November 29
Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division Board Meeting -
10:30 a.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Long Range Planning 8
p. m.
Wednesday, November 30
First night of Chanukah light first candle Jewish Community
Center and Chabad House Community Candle lighting 6:30
p.m. Kol Ami Men's Club 8 p.m. Rodeph Sholom executive
board 8 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Board meeting 8
p. m.
Thursday, December 1
Food co-op 10-12 noon ORT-Tampa Evening Chapter 9:30
a.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division Lion of
Judah Luncheon noon Briar B'rith Hillel area board meeting
Friday, December 2
Candle lighting time 5:34
Bar Mitzvah
David Marcus
David Bruce Marcus, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Marcus,
will become a Bar Mitzvah-. on
Nov. 26 at 10 a.'fi* at CcmgMga-
tk>n Kol Ami. Rabbi Leonard
Rosentnal win officiate.
David is a student in Con-
gregation Kol Ami"s Hebrew,
High School and in the 8th grade
at Buchanan Junior High School.
He is also a member of the
Northdale Soccer Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus will host
the Kiddush luncheon following
the services and a reception at
their home on Saturday.
Special guests will include
great-grandmother, Clara Singer,
New York; grandmother, Char-
lotte Goldberg, New York and
grandparents, David and Estelle
Marcus, Delray Beach, Fla.
Aunts and uncles from out-of-
town include Michael and
Marsha Marcus, New York;
Diane Edreich, New York; Neal
and Helayne Caliendo, New
York; Marsha and Bruce Fallik,
Colorado and Howard and Susan
Goldberg, Colorado.
Robin Harry Brownstein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown-
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Chanukah Festivities
All the arms of Congregation
Kol Ami are planning many
exciting activities during Chanu-
kah. Men's Club is sponsoring a
Gala Chanukah Party on Dec. 4.
There will be an entertainer,
latkes and Chanukah singing.
The Senior Socialites will be
having a double celebration. On
Dec. 5, they will be traveling to
Clearwater to join in Chanukah
festivities with the Senior Group
at the Golda Meir Center. Then
on Wednesday, Dec. 7 the Social-
ites will have their own Chanu-
kah party and gift exchange.
The Mitzvah Corps, a group of
Kol Ami volunteers who visit
Nursing Home residents, will be
bringing Chanukah joy to their
residents. They will give Chanu-
kah gifts, made by the Kol Ami
religious school students to the
residents. These will include Cha-
nukah cookies, eye glass cases,
and picture frames. ,
The Kadima section of Kol
Ami's Youth Group will join the
Mitzvah Corps in visiting the
Nursing Homes, singing Chanu-
kah Songs, lighting the candles
and singing the blessings.
Annual Auction
Congregation Kol Ami will
Robin Brownstein
as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov. 26 at
11 a.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek. Rabbi Frank Sundheim
will officiate.
Robin is a student in the Con-
gregation Schaarai Zedek Relig-
ious School and a member of the
Junior Youth Group. He attend-
ed Hillel School of Tampa for
seven years and is now in the 8th
grade at Coleman Junior High
School. Robin is a member of the
Tampa Junior Bowling League
and has won several bowling
trophies in tournaments around
the area.
Mr. and Mrs. Brownstein will
host the Oneg Shabbat and Kid-
dush following services in honor
of the occasion. A reception will
be held Saturday afternoon at the
Airport Marriott.
Special guests include Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Passman, St.
Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Appelrouth and Miss
Aileen Appelrouth, Miami; Mr.
and Mrs. Byron Weintraub, Miss
Erica Weintraub, and Mr.
Richard Weintraub, Sarasota;
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seligman
and Mr. Adam Seligman, San
Antonio, Tex.; Ms. Lillian Butl-
er, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Dr. Steve
Passman, Miss Rebecca Pass-
man, and Mr. Michael Passman,
Albuquerque, N.M.; Mrs. Rachel
Appelrouth, Key West; Ms.
Bertha Lehrman, St. Petersburg
and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Pass-
man, Washington.
Also attending are Ms. Nancy
Giunta, Jackson Heights, N.Y.;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pearson,
Tifton, Ga.; Mr. Greg Franklin,
Cincinnati; Ricky Bell, Los
Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Cronin, Davie, Fla. and Miss
Linda Klein and Mr. Alan Spact-
or, Miami.
hold its Annual Auction on Sat-
urday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. at the
Food and beverage will be
served, and brand new merchan-
dise from clothing to furniture
will be offered for sale with Al
Ford of WDAE Will be the guest
auctioneer. Chairman Larry
Wasser said that this will be a
wonderful evening and no one
will be able to go away empty
Bring your family and friends
and join us for this exciting
event. There will be a nominal
admission charge at the door.
Joint Chanukah
Sisterhood Celebration
National Council of Jewish
Women, Tampa Section, will cel-
ebrate Chanukah this year by
hosting a Chanukah party in con-
junction with the Sisterhoods of
Kol Ami, Rodeph Sholom,
Schaarai Zedek, and Temple D,
vid on Sunday, Nov. 27. The
party will be held in the aocul
hall of Rodeph Sholom at 2 p.m.
Marion Mallinger, NfJJW
chairperson of this event an-
nounces that admission to the
party will be $1 which will be
used to purchase Chanukah toys
for needy Israeli children.
All parents, grandparents and
friends of NCJW and sisterhood
members are invited to this fun-
filled event. Dessert will be
served and there will be enter-
tainment for adults and children
Rabbi Theodore Brod will tell the
story of Chanukah and a film en
titled "To the Children With
Love" will be shown. In addition,
Vikki Silverman will entertain.
The Presidents of each of the
sisterhoods can be contacted to
make reservations for the party.
Religious School
Chanukah Party
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Friday. November 25, 1983
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Men's Club Chanukah Party for
he children of the Religious]
School will be held Sunday, Dec.
There will be regular Sunday
School sessions from 9-10 a.m.
.hat morning. At 10 the students
d (heir families will assemble in
Je Social Hall for a program
resented by the students and
Kadima members. This will be
followed by lunch, provided and
served by the Men's Club. The
overall Men's Club chairman is
Rolfe Evanson. Other Men's Club
members assisting that day in-
dude: Bob Troner, Leo Chaitow,
Mitch Silverman and Lou Morris.
Chanukah Party
For Jewish Seniors
The members of the Men's
Club of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom, and their wives, are
hosting a Chanukah Party on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 7, 7:30
p.m.. at the Jewish Community
Center Ballroom, for the resi-
dents of the Jewish Towers,
Mary Walker Apartments, and
all other Jewish Senior Citizens.
There will be dancing, Jewish
entertainment, food, (blintzes,
potato latkes, and drinks), and
Chairmen of the event are
Marshall Linsky and Irving
Weissman, and the chairwomen
are Jean Bennett and Bobbie
Eisen. For transportation please
call either Jean Bennett at 251-
1420 or Bobbie Eisen at 961-5218.
The President of the Rodeph
Sholom Men'8 Club is Garry
Bogreem Begun
A Junior Kadima Youth Group
for fifth and sixth graders has
been started at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. The group will
meet the second Sunday of every
month according to Ruby Sugar,
On the 11th of December Bo-
greem will go to Countyside Mall
logo ice skating.
Cradle Roll Chanukah Party
A Chanukah for children O-Pre
School and their parents will be
held in the Schaarai Zedek Gar-
dens on Saturday, Dec. 3, from
10-11 a.m.
University of Sooth Florida
And the University of Tampa
Hillel, the Jewish Student
center on college campuses has
announced the December Sched-
ule for USF and Tampa U. At the
University of South Florida there
will be a Dec. 3 Chanukah Party,
a community Bagel Brunch at
the University Center on Dec. 11,
and classes will continue to be
offered. Shabbat services are held
every Friday night at 7:30 p.m.,
as are regular Sunday Bagel
The University of Tampa will
hold its first Annual Membership
Drive Party at 7 p.m., Nov. 29 in
the Ballroom of Plant Hall, a
Dec. 3 Chanukah Latke Party,
Shabbat Services with Oneg fol-
| lowing on Dec. 9, and a Bagel
Brunch Dec. 11 in the Trustees
Dining Room of the student
Building Campaign for
Hillel Foundation Begins
The B'nai Brith Hillel Foun-
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Building Campaing. Under the
direction of Dr. Steven Kaplan,
the active participation by the
students at the University of
South Florida has more than
tripled, and the facility will also
service the newly established
University of Tampa Chapter.
A ground breaking is expected
at Passover this April "Commu-
nity support is high, and will re-
quire a joint effort to provide our
future leaders in Judaism with an
environment where classes may
he offered, religious services held,
and social and counseling needs
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Friday, November
BB Names Assistant Youth Director
for North Florida Council
Robert A. Zwang has been
named North Florida Council
BBYO director. A resident of
Tampa for the past eight years,
Robert is originally from Yonk-
ers, N.Y. He worked on his grad-
uate degree through Beacon Col-
lege in Washington, D.C., in
Marriage and Family Counseling
and studies at the Discovery In-
stitute in Tampa. Robert is a
child and adolescent therapist
and has a private practice at Dis-
covery Institute.
"Youth director for the North
Florida Council is different for
me, because it is an adminis- would like to join the U
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The BBYO office i8 i^
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