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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Off Tampa
.6 Number 16
Tampa, Florida Friday, April 20,1964
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Price 35 Cents
[olocaust Conference and Yom Hashoah Passover Message
Observance to be Held On May 6
The Tampa Jewish Com-
lunity will pay tribute to the
trillions who died during the
lolocaust on Sunday, May 6
Lit h the sponsorship of a Confer-
Irur on the Holocaust at the
['Diversity of South Florida, in
[he afternoon and the traditional
^immunity observance Sunday
Evening at Congregation Kol
^mi.
The Conference, beginning at 2
D.m. in the auditorium of the
lege of Arts and Letters (LET
1031 at the University of South
iFlnrida is sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation in
[cooperation with USF. The
Conference theme is "The
[Holocaust: A Watershed in
History" and features Dr.
IKranklin Lit tell. Professor of Rel-
igion at Temple University. Over
llti community religious and
istnilar organizations have
(agreed to serve as co-sponsors for
I the Conference.
The community wide observ-
ance of Yom Hashoah Day of
Remembrance will be held this
year at Congregation Kol Ami,
1.3919 Moran Road in Carrollwood
at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 6. Dr.
Lit tell will also be the keynote
speaker at the program that
includes a candlelight in g cer-
emony and presentation by the
religious school of Kol Ami. This
annual Yom Hashoah observance
is sponsored by the Tampa
Jewish Federation and the
community is encouraged to be
[present at both the afternoon
[conference and the evening
| memorial service.
Juergensen
Kushner
By MICHAEL L. LEVINE
President,
Tampa Jewish Federation
Dear Friends,
Passover. Seder. Family.
These are some of the strongest
memories that move us as Jews.
Memories "connect use to parents,
family, friends, community, to
the warmth and caring that begin
in the home and reach out around
the world.
Memories bind us to the chain
of Jewish generations since the
time of Abraham, and genera-
tions that carried the commit-
ment to live as Jews and to show
the world a model of life. These
memories are our Jewish con-
nection.
What will ensure the memories
of the future? We are living in one
of the greatest, freest societies of
all time. We even can choose the
memories we want for ourselves
and our children. As an organized
Jewish community our programs
offer vital experiences, so
memorable that we can choose to
live richer lives as Jews, choose
to build an even stronger com-
munity that, in turn, nurtures
Jewish identity.
As we sit down to share our
Passover Seder with family and
friends, let us rededicate our-
selves to give the kind of support
to our community that will build
a stronger Jewish connection.
Help us to build that vital link to
world Jewry where no longer will
Jews continue to be harassed,
threatened and imprisoned. Join
with us and help us to build a
better Jewish world together.
With sincerest best wishes
during this Passover season.
Bask in
Following Dr. Lit tell's theme
speech at the afternoon confer-
ence, a selected group of panelists
will discuss areas of Holocaust
history and its implications for
modern civilization.
Dr. Hans Juergensen, USF
humanities professor and confer-
ence chairman will serve as the
moderator.
Dr. Darrell Fasching, assistant
professor of religious studies at
USF, will speak on: "Are Faith
Fasching
and Hope Possible after the
Holocaust."
Dr. Gilbert Kushner, chairman
of the USF department of an-
thropology, will view the
Holocaust from an anthro-
pologist's perspective.
Scott B. Baskin, a former
teacher, will speak on:
"Challenge and Fulfillment," or
"Why we must learn from the
past if we are to cope with the
future."
Negotiations Failed
IDF Storms Bus Held by Terrorists
Sharon Wins Stunning
Upset at Herut
Central Committee Vote
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Former Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon won a stunning upset here when the Herut
Central Committee gave him 41 percent of the vote in his
bid to replace Premier Yitzhak Shamir in the top spot on
the Likud election list.
Shamir, who won 59 percent of the vote, a very poor
showing for an incumbent Prime Minister and party
leader, will head the Likud list in the July 23 elections.
But Sharon is now assured of a powerful position at the
top level of Likud and a senior Cabinet post should Likud
head the next government.
AFTER THE vote, both men were warmly welcomed
into the hall. Sharon delivered a speech praising Herat's
democratic process and seemed conciliatory toward
Shamir. He was applauded when he called for "a
unanimous open vote" for Shamir as the next Premier, to
affirm the results of the secret balloting.
El Balah, there were more than
30 hostages being held in the bus.
ISRAELI ARMY authorities
in Tel Aviv declared that six
hostages were wounded on the
bus in an eight-hour standoff
between the time that the terror-
ists first boarded the Egged Co. hope none of us wQl be hurt.'
bus as paying passengers en
JERUSALEM The
brutal gunning down of at
least 48 victims of
machinegun and grenade-
toting Arab terrorists here
early in April is still being
talked about. But now
[there are more stories being route froi ^el Aviv ^ Ashkelon,
told this time of Israeli 30 miies ^ the south, and when
soldiers who stormed a they finally succumbed
hijacked bus just before
dawn last Friday at Deir El
Balah in Gaza.
The bus had earlier been com-
mandeered by Arab terrorists
armed with grenades and
Molotov cocktails. When the
' shootout finally occurred at Deir
entire rescue operation took less
than two minute*.
One survivor of the operation
told the Armed Forces Radio that
"I heard bursts of automatic fire.
1 said to myself, 'Here, they've
come to kill (the terrorists). 1
IDF counterattack.
The authorities said that the
Israeli troops stormed the bus
after negotiations with the
terrorists failed. Negotiations
were carried out by Defense
Minister Moshe Arens and Army
Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Moshe
Levy. According to reports, the
Texas Teens Tear Down
Anti-Catholic Posters
against Jews. They accused the
Vatican of controlling the media
to "exalt and exonerate them-
word "Warning" and alleged
Vatican ownership of major
American magazines, newspa-
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Teen-age Jewish students
in Corpus Christi, Tex.,
systematically tore down
and destroyed anti-Vatican
posters that had been plas- para and television networks.
tered all over that south
Texas port city of 200,000.
Their action, over a three-
day period last month, was
reported by the National
Catholic News Service.
Many of the posters carried of-
fensive messages similar to the community but the whole city as
canards used by anti-Semites well."
"IT REMINDS me of the
Nazis and the Holocaust," one
student was quoted aa saying by
the NCNS. Another student,
Laura Hopkins, 16, said,
"Whoever is doing this is not
only hurting the Christian
STORIES BEING told and
retold here declare that the hi-
jackers carried Molotov cock-
tails, knives and grenades in their
briefcases. Once on board the
bus. they forced the driver to
continue southward into Gaza.
Then, Israeli soldiers shot out the
tires of the bus and surrounded
it. At that time, eight people,
including the driver, escaped.
Soon after the hijacking, the
Arabs released two pregnant
women from the group of 36
passengers, one of whom died in
the IDF counter attack.
The attack came ten days after
three terrorists opened fire on a
Jerusalem street, during which
48 persons were wounded.
In Damascus, Syria, the
Popular Front for the Liberation
of Palestine, headed by the
radical PLO leader, George
Habash, claimed responsibility
for the attack. It was imple-
mented by the Martyr Guevara
Group of Gaza, which takes its
name from Guevara of Gaza; the
nom de guerre of a PFLP member
killed some ten years ago, who in
turn was inspired by Ernesto Che
Guevara, the Cuban Communist
leader killed in Latin America in
the 1960a.
A JOYOUS
PASSOVER
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa / Friday, April 20, 1964
PassoverA Yearound Message
Brandeia Present* Yiddish Films Almost every seat was
taken in the Jewish Community Center's auditorium for "An
Evening of Yiddish Film" on April 11. The special presentation
was made by the Tampa Chapter of the Brandeis University
National Women's Committee.
"The Bent Tree," an eight-minute sand animation produced in
1980, was put to the music of a Yiddish folk tune. It told the
story of a little girl whose mother keeps her from flying like a
bird.
The featured film was "Tevye," an adaptation of Sholem
Aleichem's familiar story. Tevye's daughter. Chave. falls in love
with and marries the son of a local Russian peasant. Maurice
Schwartz, long-time director of the New York Jewish Art
Theatre, played the starting role. He also directed the film and
wrote its screenplay. (Schwartz died in 1960.)
Chris Returns To Tampa Chris Davis, son of Rhoda and
Richard Davis, has returned to Tampa. A graduate of Plant
High School, he served in the U.S. Coast Guard for the last four
years and was stationed in Hawaii and Corpus Christi. Texas.
Chris was also a professional model associated with several high-
fashion agencies.
Chris has his teaching certificate, plans to attend school and
continue his activities, which include coordinating fashion
shows. He will also be teaching a modeling course at the Jewish
Community Center for boys and girls of all ages. It begins at the
end of April
Rhoda and Richard's other son, Todd, is a student at Plant
High School.
Wooh* To Begin Residency Steven Woolf, son of Cy and
Jo Woolf, will begin his residency in internal medicine at the
George Washington University Medical Center in Washington,
D.C., in July. He will graduate from Emory University Medical
School in May.
Dance Cruise Planned The Young Single and Married
Members (SAMMl group of Congregation Schaarai Zedek is
planning a dance cruise on the "Spirit of Tampa" on May 5.
Music will be provided by 95 Rock Radio. The boat will leave its
downtown Tampa pier at 9 p.m. and return by 1 a.m.
Reservations must be received by April 21 and can be made
by sending a check payable to SAMM to Naomi Brooks. 4008
Swann Avenue. Tampa. 33609. The cost is $6.95 per person.
Babyline ... A son. David Daniel, was born on April 1 to
Cathy and Jim Chase of Pensacola. The grandparents are Bert
and Ginny Chase of Tampa, and Mayor and Mrs. Vince Whibbs
of Pensacola. The great-grandparents are Herbert and Dee
Chase of Tampa
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The week in which we celebrate
the Festival of matzohs. the
Festival of Our Freedom, is
surely the right time to reflect
more deeply on the various
iaspects of Pesach (Passover).
' Beginning with the central point.
that the exodus from Egypt, in
essence the redemption from the
exile in Egypt, is connected with
the redemption from the present
exile, and as it is written: "As in
the days of your going out from
the land of Egypt I will show you
wonder" meaning that G-d
assures the Jewish people that
just as it was in the days of the
Exodus from Egypt, so will he
show wonders at the last redemp-
tion, the true and complete
redemption through Moshiach
Tzidkeinu.
The question has been asked.
Why does it say "In the days of
the Exodus." in the plural, being
that the Exodus from Egypt took
place in one day.
One of the explanations is that
as from the day on which the
Jewish people came out of Egypt,
out of the house of bondage, they
were taken out forever of the
category of slavery, transposed
into a new category, that of free
men.
However, the transition from
slavery to freedom is not a
onetime happening, but a conti-
nuous process. It demands
frequent and constant reflection
so as to experience once again, in
a personal way. the coming out
from slavery into freedom, and to
make the proper conclusions
therefrom, conclusions that have
to be expressed not only in
thought and in words, but espe-
cially in a deep penetrating
feeling which permeates the
whole being, down to actions, to a
corresponding conduct in all
details and aspects of the every-
day life.
Hence, although the Exodus
from Egypt 01 each and every
.lew. together with their posses-
sions, etc. took place in one
day. the true liberation, the spiri-
tual liberation, including also
from all constraints and limita-
tions, is something that is ac-
complished through daily reflec-
tion and remembrance, as it is
written. "In every generation,
and in even.- day. a Jew should
consider himself as though he
personally came out this day
from Egypt."
This is in keeping with the
obligation to remember and
mention the going out of Egypt
every day. and in a manner in
which a remembrance in Torah
has to be observed, namely.
"Remembered and done, as has
often been emphasized.
Although we live in a mat-
erialistic world, in the midst of a
highly competitive society,
facing a desperate struggle for
economic survival, how can you
escape subservience to the idol-
atry of the land be it the
dollar, or the fear to be "dif-
Society of
Stepparents
The monthly meeting of the
Society of Stepparents will be
held on April 24. at 7:30 p.m. at
the University Counseling
Center. 10948 N. Central Avenue.
The topic for the meeting will
be "Children in Stepfamiues."
Members of stepfamilies, poten-
tial step-parents or interested
persons are invited to attend.
Refreshments, good information
and opportunity to ask questions
are provided. Fee: t5.
To register, or for more in-
formation call 977-8700.
ferent." etc.? How can you
adhere to the code of Torah and
Mitzvos which "burden'' your life
and limit your competitiveness at
every side and tum?
The answer is the Exodus
from Egypt.
Just as in the case of our
Exodus from Egypt, when the
Jews responded to the divine call
and precepts, disregarding so-
called rational considerations, so
it is also today and always. J
virtue of the divine law wkJJi
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Mitzvos we adhere to. th<
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ations, and attains his
happiness, materially
spiritually.
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Thank You Women's Division
\ Bobbe Karpay and Jolene
or. 1984 Co-Chairmen of the
tomen's Division Campaign,
lonn with Lili Kaufmann,
fnident, wish to extend their
jeep appreciation to all the
lomen in the Tampa Jewish
immunity who gave a mean-
Jgful K'ift to the 1984 Campaign,
nd who gave of themselves
nur time and commitment is
Iricelcss!
Due to a very favorable re-
|ponse to the following article,
Women's Division leadership felt
it would be timely and appro-
priate to print it again during our
very critical campaign. For those
who have not made their 1984
commitment, the article responds
to why a Women's Division it
provides you with a better under-
standing of what we are about.
"WHY A WOMEN'S
DIVISION"
By FRANCI RUDOLPH
Past President
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division
A woman asks me: "Why is
iusiness and Professional Women's
Network To Publish Directory
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division who formed
the group because they realized
many women in the community
have been unable to participate in
daytime activities because of
business, professional,
educational and personal com-
mitments.
Meetings are held on the fourth
Monday of each month and are
open to all working women. The
programs consist of a speaker
sometimes Jewish content, some-
times financial, self awareness,
etc. The primary purpose of the
group is to network to learn
and use each other's talents and
services.
Anyone wishing further infor-
mation or to be placed on the
monthly mailing list may contact
the Women'8 Division office
875-1618.
New To Tampa?
If you have moved to Tampa
within the last 18 months the
Shalom-Tampa Committee is
looking for you!
The Shalom-Tampa Com-
mittee, a project of the Tampa
Jewish Federation Women's
Division, sponsors a social
gathering twice a year, for the
sole purpose of welcoming new-
comers and giving them the
opportunity to meet other Jewish
newcomers.
A June party is being planned
if you are new, or know of
someone who is new, please call
the Women's Division office, 875-
1618, and give them your name,
address, zip and telephone
number so that we can add your
name to our growing invitation
list.
The Business and Professional
('omen's Network has an-
lunced that a Directory of
ewish Business and Professional
]l'omen is now being compiled
:n! will soon be available.
ncluded will be listings of
[rumen arranged by profession
|riih information on business and
psidence addresses, telephone
jmbers, employer, occupational
It It* and an alphabetical cross-
Vference index.
I It is the first Directory of this
tope to be published by the
fampa Jewish Federation,
jnyone wishing to be listed in
M Directory (available only to
}&V members) who have not
turned a form, can call the
federation Women's Division
|ffice, 875-1618.
The Network is sponsored by
Israel
Independence
Day-1984
ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE
)AY 1984 TAMPA STYLE
It all takes place on Sunday,
May 13 at the Tampa Jewish
pommunity Center.
Under the leadership of Chair-
erson Alice Rosenthal, Israel
Independence Day-84 looks to be
p much fun and enjoyment for
Jl members of the family as in
he past years.
Activities will run from noon
rntil 4:30, when the B'nai B'rith
Jens Organization will sponsor a
lelicious bar-b-que chicken
pinner.
"We have changed the format
omewhat this year in that we
"11 register and assign teams on
he day itself," said Rosenthal.
We feel this will help in our
fanning to have an equal
kumber of participants for every
Kent. and also for the people who I DECT MllxIPAl
borne down to the center on that UtO I lUWlWlk
^ay and want to participate."
Registration will be in the
^reezeway of the JCC from noon
ntil 1. Also during this time,
mch, including hot dogs,
hamburgers and other items will
- available.
there a women's Division?" I
respond: "You and your husband
are dues-paying members of a
synagogue-temple; why then is
there a sisterhood and why do
you belong to it?
A woman asks me: "Why
should I be part of Women's
Division, when my husband gives
a gift to the TJF?" I respond:
"You and your husband are
patron members of the Tampa
Museum. Why, then, are you a
member of Friend of the Arts,
paying dues and supporting its
fundraisers?"
A woman asks me: "Why
should I give to Women's
Division, when I'm already con-
tributing with my husband?" I
respond: "You and your husband
Tre contributors to the Florida
3ulf Coast Symphony in addition
to being season ticket holders.
Why then do you give to the
Tampa Symphony Guild, paying
dues and otherwise supporting it
financially?"
A woman asks me: "If all our
money is really earned by my
husband, and I have no separate
income, why should I support
Women's Division?" I respond:
"Your husband contributes to
the Annual American Cancer
Society drive when solicited.
Why then, do you pay dues to the
Sword of Hope Guild and support
their fundraisers?"
"Well," these women reply,
"I'm beginning to see your point.
But all of these organizations are
still different. There are
education and social aspects as
well as a definite impact on the
community with those other
guilds. There is an opportunity to
become involved beyond simply
giving money or soliciting it."
"Well," I respond, "There is a
lot more to Women's Division
than Campaign. The Tampa
Jewish Federation Women's
Division 'Auxiliary' or 'Guild'
(for those women who need those
titles to better understand what
the organization is truly about) is
a vital women's organization in
our community."
In terms of education, the
Women's Division offers
"Women's Wednesday," an
intensive day of workshops run
by professionals on topics of
relevance to Jewish and non-
Jewish women alike in today's
society with lunch and-or dinner
and with a stimulating keynote
speaker.
The Women's Division
"Shalom-Tampa" serves as a
Jewish "Welcome Wagon,"
warmly welcoming newcomers to
Tampa.
Just as we utilize our skills and
talents on behalf of our sister-
hoods, Hadassah, ORT, Council
to benefit our people, our com-
munity, and ourselves so it is
with the Women'8 Division of the
Tampa Jewish Federation.
Each and every gift to the
Campaign counts! As does each
and every woman's time and
energy and involvement in an
organization seeking to educate
and stimulate its members as
well as to financially support
local, national and international
agencies serving the Jewish
people.
So, when asked. "Why a
Women's Division?", I must
respond: "Isn't it time for you to
join our group? Your gift is your
dues. And, beyond that, vour
time and energy are expressions
of your personal commitment to
our purposes, which include: to
provide for continuity and de-
velopment of leadership through
creative and indepth education
programs for effective under-
standing of the total Jewish
community; to initiate and
support such programs as may
further the health, education and
welfare services of the Tampa
Jewish Federation, the Tampa
Jewish community, the commu-
nity at-large and world Jewry.
Isn't this the type of organiza-
tion you can be proud to be a
member of?"
If you have not made your
1984 commitment, please call the
Women's Division office, 875-
1618 Tampa and overseas
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From 4-5, Israeli Dancing will
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Passover Message
By
DR. ALFRED GOTTSCHALK
P"lent HUC-JIR
Dr Alfred Gottachalk
President of Hebrew Unioi
Co lege-Jewiah Institute ol
Religion, issued the following
Passover statement.
For Jews, the ever present
theme of peace and freedom is
particularly poignant during the
Passover holiday as we remember
and retell through the Haggadah
(Passover story) our ancestors
deliverance from Egyptian
bondage. The Haggadah also
reminds us to reach out to those
that are in need and "let all who
are hungry come and eat
Hunger and unemployment
threaten more and more indi-
viduals each passing day. For
those of us who are fortunate
enough to live without depriva-
tion, helplessness and hopeless-
ness we have an obligation to
respond to these needs.
As Jews who value the real
meaning of freedom, we cannot
be truly free until we work to
alleviate the plight of others.
Observing Passover is an act of
faith and affirmation in a just
and equitable today and ex-
presses the hope of an even
stronger tomorrow.
Czech Jews To Get
Their Own Rabbi
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
This summer, for the first
time since World War II,
the Jewish community in
Czechoslovakia is going to
have its own rabbi. "This is
a major cause for celebra-
tion for us," Dr. Desider
Galsky. president of the
Council of Jewish Commu-
nities in Czechoslovakia,
told a group of Jewish lead-
ers, members of the World
Jewish Congress-American
Section, at a meeting here.
He said that a young Czecho-
slovakian Jew will be ordained as
a rabbi on June 10 at the Jewish
Seminary in Budapest, Hungary.
"We are going to open a Talmud
Torah and revive Jewish life,"
Galsky said.
There were about 350,000 Jews
in Czechoslovakia before the war,
he pointed out As a result of the
Holocaust there are less than
20.000 today, mostly elderly
Jews who survived the Holo
causi.
ACCORDING TO Galaky,
most of the Jews in Czechoslova-
kia today lead "good, comfor-
table lives." He said that what
they need most of all is to be re-
lieved of the feeling of isolation
from other Jewish communities
in the world. "We are not poor,
helpless Jews," he said. "For us.
the most important thing is to
know that we are not isolated."
He welcomed visits by Ameri-
can Jewish individuals and
groups to Czechoslovakia. He
said that the Jewish community
in Czechoslovakia also has
contacts with Israel despite the
absence of diplomatic relations,
since the Six-Day War, between
Jerusalem and Prague. "We
receive information and newspa-
per from Israel," Galsky said.
He stated that Jews in Czecho-
slovakia "are not discriminated
against any more than any other
minority group in the country."
He said that the problem of anti-
Semitism is marginal. "But if
there is any anti-Semitic attack
against us. we respond to it
firmly."
GALSKY SAID that not long
ago a vicious anti-Semitic article
appeared in the weekly, Tribuna.
accusing the "Zionists" of being
responsible for the deaths of Jews
in the Holocaust. "We sharply
protested to the editor of the
paper and demanded a retrac-
tion," he said, adding that indeed
recently, in the same column in
the paper, there were a few ar-
ticles favorable to the Jews.
Galsky said, in response to a
question, that the Jews, as any
other citizen in Czechoslovakia,
are not allowed to emigrate. He
noted, however, that two months
ago a Jew was allowed to leave
for Israel after seeking an exit
visa for more than five years.
"This is the one and only dissid-
ent we had." he said. Galsky and
Arthur Radvansky. the secre-
tary-general of the organized
Jewish community in Czechoslo-
vakia, were in the United States
as representatives of the Czecho-
slovakian government for the
opening in the U.S. of the
"Precious Legacy" exhibition of
Judaica and Jewish life from the
State Museum in Prague The
meeting with the World Jewish
Congress leaders took place at
the Park East Synagogue, whose
spiritual leader is Rabbi Arthur
Schneier, chairman of the WJC-
American Section.
Soldier
Wounded
TEL AVIV (JTA) An
Israeli soldier was slightly
wounded by a hand grenade
thrown at his patrol in Nabatiya
in south Lebanon. Five local resi-
dents were hurt by the blast.
Security sources are blaming
ayria for the recent increase in
attacks on Israel Defense Force
personnel in Lebanon. According
to the sources, there were at least
70 attacks or attempted attacks
dunng the past month which
resulted in four Israeli soldiers
dead and 32 wounded. There have
been 16 attacks since the begin-
ning of April.
The sources say this is due to
Syria s failure to restrain terror-
ists operating from areas of
Lebanon it controls.
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Number 16


Tampa Jewish Social Service
Announces Membership Drive
One thousand requests for
^rvice from individuals, families,
nd elderly persona were
ksponded to by the Tampa
ewish Social Service through its
uried programs and services
jring 1983.
Steve Segall, president, and
blossom Leibowitz, chairman of
membership committee of
ampa Jewish Social Service an-
nounced that the agency will ini-
Sate its first annual membership
ampaign from late April to late
lay.
During this month residents of
|he Tampa area will have an
Lpportunity to become members
m a vital service organization
that is actively seeking their
iterest and support.
Leibowitz noted "the personal
Support and involvement of
>mmunity residents as members
)f the TJSS Trust, is vital to the
nntinued ability of our agency to
je aware of and serve the varied
iterests and needs of the Tampa
fcommunity." She continued,
[Tampa Jewish Social Service is
the promise for a brighter
tomorrow. We offer expert
counseling, referral services, and
(Friendship. We are dedicated to
helping all individuals and
families regardless of religious
affiliation or income.
TRUST
IN US
TRUST
IN US
TRUST
IN US
$ 25 will make it possible
for a parent to join a program
designed to bridge the generation
gap with his-her children
$ 10 will allow for people
in need of information and
support to be counseled by phone
TJSS is a highly professional
organization. Our full-time asso-
ciates are qualified to counsel and
help people face everyday
problems and crisis.
Community residents may ex-
press their commitment and
support of TJSS by joining with
other members who support our
membership Trust, a tax-
deductible membership contribu-
tion will be put to work helping
others in our community."
Segall stated, "Our ability to
continue to serve the community
and be regarded as a viable
community agency is directly
related to the level of personal
membership support of the
Tampa community residents. We
are calling upon all community
residents to demonstrate their in-
terest in supporting TJSS and its
vital services by becoming a
member of the TJSS Trust
during our annual membership
drive."
Membership contributions
may be sent to TJSS, 112 S.
Magnolia, Tampa. FL 33606.
People who join
["rust will receive:
the TJSS
a subscription to our news-
letter
TJSS
a guest pass to our annual
lecture series
the satisfaction of knowing
that you are helping provide for
excellent community services.
The different levels of member-
ship contributions will help the
TJSS Trust to continue to
provide services such as:
$100 will insure two coun-
seling sessions for an entire
family in crisis
$ 75 will secure needed
therapy to help a person cope
with stress or depression
S 60 will allow a home-
bound Senior citizen to receive
two hours of outreach services.
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professional ethics, public
relations abilities, personality
and style, self initiative and
goals.
Chris Davis, professional
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workshop.
The cost for this six-week
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bers and $90 for non-members.
Esther Leah Ritz was re-
elected president of the JWB
at a five-day convention of the
organization in Boston last
week.
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Congregations /Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Intercongregatonal Service
The annual intercongregation
al service sponsored by the
Tampa Rabbinical Association
and Congregations Kol Ami.
Rodeph Sholom, and Schaarai
Zedek will be held this evening at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek. at
8 p.m. Rabbinic and lay leaders of
all the congregations will partic-
ipate. Rabbi Leonard Rosenthal
will give the sermon. The Oneg
Shabbat following the service will
be sponsored by The Temple.
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER
"Guarding Your Resources
Against Disability"
How will I carry on in the face
Five Casualties Told
For IDF in Week
TEL AVIV (JTA) Four
Israeli soldiers were wounded and
a local resident was killed in
south Lebanon when a booby-
trapped vehicle exploded on a
roadside east of Tyre as an Israel
Defense Force patrol passed by.
The latest incident brought to
five the casualties sustained by
the IDF in Lebanon last week.
An Israeli soldier was wounded in
Nabatiya by a hand grenade that
injured five local residents. In
Israel, a booby-trapped grenade
found near a kiosk in Bnai Brak
was safely defused by sappers.
Exhibit
BONN (JTA) An
exhibition was opened here de-
picting the German-Israeli youth
exchange program which has
been going on for a number of
years. The opening was attended
by Israels Ambassador to West
Germany, Itzchak Ben Ari. and
the Bonn Minister of Youth and
Family, Heiner Geissler.
The exchange is important to
both counries.
of sudden, serious illness or the
death of a spouse? If you have
asked yourself this question, you
will want to attend our
"Managing on Your Income"
presentation by Lori Stiegal of
Bay Area Legal Services, Friday,
April 27. 10 to 11:30 a.m. Ms.
Stiegal will discuss what to do to
prepare yourself and family
against the event of a sudden
crisis or disability that might
temporarily or permanently
affect your self-management.
This program, sponsored by the
Senior Center Program of the
Jewish Community Center and
funded through the Older Ameri-
cans Act and HRS, is open to the
public and will be held at the
JCC. 2808 Horatio St., Tampa,
free to senior citizens 60 and
older, with donations welcome.
The JCC is near the Route 19
Hart Line bus stop.
CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
Passover Services
Congregation Kol Ami will be
having their Passover Services
April 23 at 9 a.m. and April 24. 7
and 9 a.m.
Yizkor will be recited on April
24.
Religious School News
Congregation Kol Ami's reli-
gious school will be off for
vacation April 15 through April
24.
April 29, 9 a.m.-l p.m.. will be
registration for all religious
school classes.
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Community Calendar
Friday, April 20
(Condlehghting time 6:38 p.m.) Intercongregational Services
at Schaarai Zedek. 8 p.m.
Sunday, April 22
Kol Ami No Religious School Schoarai Zedek No Religious
School Schaarai Zedek 50 plus Singles Chavurah, 1 p.m.
Monday, April 23
Jewish Community Center closed Schaarai Zedek closed
Tuesday, April 24
Jewish Community Center closed ORT-BH regular meeting, 11
am* Hadassah-Ameet General meeting, 8 p.m. Kol Ami
School Board meeting 8 p.m. Kol Ami Youth Committee
meeting, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, April 25
NCJW Board meeting, 9:30 a.m. Temple David Sisterhood
General meeting, 1 p.m. Kol Ami Men's Club meeting, 7 p.m.
Rodeph Sholom Executive Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Thursday, April 26
JCC Food Co-op, 10-12 noon ORT-TEC Bowling, 9:30 a.m.
Jewish Towers Resident Management meeting, 1:30 p. m.
Friday, April 27
(Condlehghting time 6:42 p.m.)
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Reasonable, Single Plot
in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park
Contact: Mrs. Helen Goldburg Shapiro
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Telephone: 904-737-8899
fifteen packers worked hard and long on Wednesday April 11 getting
\e 80 bags ready for distribution to the Food Bank recipients. This is
largest amount ever delivered due to the financial support of the
\ree synagogues, the Religious Schools, and donations from in-
dividuals in the community. In addition to those who packed the food
here were ten drivers to deliver. Some of the packers were (front from
\ft) Jerry Posner, Linda hue, Abe Silber, and Dale Solomon. Back
pw from left, Mike Pedrinan, Barbara Alter, chairman of the Food
lank, Lillian Kolsky, Rhoda Jenkins, Davin Sterling, and Ingrid
tpel.
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4:* s
Obituaries
PASTERNACK
Michael Pastemack. 88, of Tampa, died
Monday April 0, 1984. Bom In Brooklyn,
N.Y., he had lived In Tampa 12 years,
coming from Lido Beach, Long Island
He was a retired plumbing and heating
contractor. He Is urvlved by three
daughters, Muriel Hlrschfleld of Fort
Lauderdale, Jeanne Wasll of Syracuse,
N.Y., and Thelma Herman of Tampa; a
sister, Anna Oarln of Santa Barbara,
Calif.; seven grandchildren; and four
greatgrandchildren. Contributions
may be made to the American Cancer
Society.
WALLACE
Maurice "Moe" Edward Wallace, 87. of
Jacksonville, died Tuesday. April 10.
1984. Born In Russia, he had lived In
Jacksonville for one year. He was a
former 12-year resident of Tampa,
coming from Boston, Mass. The retired
dry cleaner owner was a member of
Congregation Schaaral Zedek and the
Masonic Lodge of Boston, Mass. He Is
survived by his wife, Anna H.; a son.
Irwln "Wally" of Tampa: a daughter.
Seena Morton of Atlanta; five grand-
children: and a great-grandchild.
Contributions may be made to the
Congregation Schaaral Zedek Sefty"
Fund or Service to the Blind Fund.
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Photo by Bill Aron / Courtrsy of National Conferencv (
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This Passover in Moscow m
the Kosharovsky family will celebrate
the festival of redemption
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As we celebrate our deliver once
to Jews
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