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^Jewish flcriclian
Off Tampa
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Tampa, Florida Friday, May 18,1984
' FfHShochtl
Price :15 Cents
i
udel Has Visitor
Jane Fonda At Russian's Birthday
By YITZHAK RABI
JEW YORK JTA) -
Nudel, the Jewish re-
lenik who has been
lied an exit visa to emi-
tte to Israel since 1972,
(ebrated her 53rd birth-
last Friday in her exile
iy of Bendery. But unlike
^ent previous years, when
marked her birthdays
[solitude, she had a guest
is time: actress Jane
mda.
|we were the first Westerners
have visited her in six years,"
lid in a press conference
Rhi Hilton Hotel, two hours
V she returned from a five-day
i tn the Soviet Union. She was
wnpanied to the USSR by her
retary, Stephen Rivers,
a Los Angeles attorney,
rshall Grossman, who is
oiliar with Soviet law.
*0NDA SAID she went to the
Kiel Union to meet with Nudel
to try to discuss her case
Ih Soviet officials. She said
It while she was in Moscow,
met with V.V. Kuznetsov,
of Ovir, the Soviet
Migration agency, and asked for
del to be allowed to emigrate
J Israel to be reunited with her
Iter, Elena Fridman, who lives
Uerusalem.
VISITOR JANE FONDA
The Soviet official said that
Nudel's case is an "internal
affair" and that it is not different
than many other cases, Fonda
said.
The world famous actress, who
has been taking a personal
interest in Nudel's case since
Continued on Page 4
r.S. Arabs Pushing
California's Prop E Stirs Passions
JEW YORK (JTA) -
spokesperson for a
[rkeley, Calif., volunteer
.Edition organized to
(feat an initiative for the
Ine 5 Presidential
Smary, which calls for
|ts in the United States
to Israel, equal to
raeli expenditures for
Test Bank settlements,
\\d that the initiative had
en organized by a local
Imerican Arab group.
lErika Boyd, the volunteer
okesman, told the Jewish Tele-
>Phic Agency that the sijrna-
res necessary to put Proposi-
pn E on the ballot to be voted
during the Presidential
pmary were gathered by "Tax-
lyers For Peace in the Middle
Jst.
[SHE SAID she understood
the taxpayers group waa
ganized for the purpose of
tt'ng Proposition E on the
Ck 5a ba.Uot b* the American
po Anti-Discrimination Com-
pee. She added that a similar
pmpt had been made in Ann
p*. Michigan, which has a
jostantial American-Arab
platan but that she did not
low what had happened to that
prt in Ann Arbor.
IT. Mehdi, president of the
nencan-Arab Relations
mmittee in New York City,
^firmed to the JTA that the
"Payers group which sponsored
oposition E in in Berkeley was
Jated by the American Arab
^'Discrimination Committee.
"aid he knew there was a
similar effort in Ann Arbor but
he did not know what had
happened, nor the name of the
third city in which a similar effort
was made. A call to American
Arab Anti-Discrimination
Committee in Washington by the
JTA brought similar
information.
Boyd also told the JTA that
the purpored tax-payers group
had collected 7,000 signatures to
put Proposition E on the June
ballot, adding that only 5,000
signatures were required. She
said there is another initiative on
the ballot calling for a nuclear
freeze.
PROPOSITION E declares
that "the people of the City of
Berkeley call on the United
States government to reduce its
yearly aid to Israel by an amount
equal to what it determines to be
the most accurate approximation
of what Israel spends annually on
its settlements in the occupied
territories of the West Bank,
Gaza Strip and Golan Heights."
In response to the placement of
the initiative on the June ballot, a
group of Berkeley residents
organized "The Coalition for
Middle East Peace and Justice,"
with headquarters across from
City Hall. Among leaders of the
coalition are two Berkeley City
Councilmen, James Sweeney and
John Denton. Boyd stressed to
the JTA that the coalition,
though it has three rabbis among
its members, is not a Jewish-
sponsored organization.
She said seven of the nine
Council members have an-
nounced their opposition to
Proposition E. Mayor Eugene
Newport and Councilwoman
Your Community Capital
Gift $'s At Work
Wednesday, May 9, was a very
exciting day in the history of the
Tampa Jewish community. It
probably went unnoticed by the
majority of the population but it
is certainly noteworthy. The first
section (pictured above) of the
soon to be Hillel School Building
was delivered by truck to the site
of the Jewish Community Center.
Other pre-fabricated units are
soon to follow and the Hillel
School of Tampa will be occupy-
ing their new facility in time for
the 1984-85 school year.
The Jewish Community Center
has also made excellent use of the
Capital Campaign dollars. A new
roof (an absolute necessity) has
been installed. Other improve-
ments include refinished bath-
rooms and locker rooms, painting
of hallways, classrooms and the
gymnasium, landscaping, new
cool deck around the swimming
pool, additional chaise lounges,
and a modern, up-to-date tele-
phone system. Other renovations
are in the planning stages as
more dollars become available.
Both the Jewish Community
Center and the Hillel School of
Tampa will need additional
dollars to complete the work that
has been started. There are still
many individuals in the commu-
nity who have not participated in
the Capital Gifts Campaign.
Your help is needed now to
complete the effort to raise
$400,000. Contact the Tampa
Jewish Federation. 875-1618, to
offer your help and make your
contribution.
Veronica Fucson have remained
silent on the issue. Prof. Edward
Epstein, chairman of "No on E,"
is Jewish. Also opposing the ini-
tiative are members of the All
Berkeley Coalition, Berkeley's
Citizen Action and Berkeley
Democratic Club.
ALSO ON RECORD as
opposing the measure, Boyd said,
are John George, chairman of the
Alameda County Board of Super-
visors; Ira Heyman, University
of California Chancellor; the Rev.
Michael Blecker, president of the
Graduate Theological Union in
Berkeley; and the three rabbis
Martin Ballanoff of the Univer-
sity of California Berkeley Hillel
Foundation; Avi Levine and
Joseph Leibowitz.
Sweeney said he "questions
the motives" of the initiative
sponsors because it "does not
once mention face-to-face nego-
tiations, does not mention the
notion of justice."
Denton, posing the question of
the purpose of the initiative, said
it was "a contrived measure" to
"stigmatize Israel and embarrass
American Jews."
Boyd, asked just what action
the initiative required, if
approved by the voters, said it
mandates Mayor Newport to
send a letter to President Reagan
informing him of the action.
She also was asked whether
there was any view among coali-
tion backers that approval of the
proposition could not in any way
effect United States policy in the
Middle East. She said there was
substantial opinion to that effect
and that it was generally
regarded as a propaganda device,
as Denton had labeled it.
Ceausescu Says He'll
Monitor Anti-Semitism
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
President Nicolai
Ceausescu of Rumania has
promised Chief Rabbi
Moses Rosen that he will
personally see to it that
"such things do not happen
again." Ceausescu, who
met with Rosen for nearly
one hour last week, was
referring to the publication
of virulently anti-Semitic
articles in a number of
Communist Party papers
and in a book of poetry.
Rosen, who arrived in Paris on
his way to Casablanca where he
was guest of the Moroccan
Jewish community and part-
icipated in the First National
Conference of Moroccan Jewish
Communities May 13 and 14, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that Ceausescu told him that as
soon as he was informed of the
anti-Semitic nature of some of the
works in a book of poetry
published a few months ago, he
personally ordered it seized and
withdrawn from circulation.
ROSEN SAID the President
also told him that the author,
Corneliu Valerian Tudor, was
reprimanded "within the (Com-
munist) Party framework as was
the editor in charge of the book's
publication." The Chief Rabbi
said his meeting with Ceausescu
Continued on Page 7
Rabbi Roeen
/


Hillel School of Tampa Dinner ... The Hillel School of Tampa
FAMILY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION is sponsoring ha AN-
NUAL BENEFIT DINNER DANCE on Sunday. May 20, at 7
p.m. at the Tampa Airport Marriott Hotel. Michael and Diane
Levaae will be honored that evening for their many contributions
to Jewish Community and especially to the Hillel School of
Tampa.
A cocktail hour will precede the seated dinner. Dietary Laws
will be observed. Highlights of the Levines' life and involvement
in Tampa will be featured with Irving Weiasmaa serving as the
Master of Ceremonies. Music will be provided by the Orson
Skorr Orchestra.
Virginia Gordimer is chairing the event, assisted by current
and alumni parents For more information please call 870-0522.
SCHZFTY Officers Recognized SCHZFTY officers for
1964-85 were recognized at the annual installation dinner held
before Sabbath services on May 4. They are: Stephen Zielonka.
president: Stephanie Fleischer, vice president: Craig Rothburd.
corresponding secretary; Glynn Gottfried, recording secretary:
Mark Greenberger. treasurer: and Eric Batnngarten, chaplain.
Next year's chairmen are Andrew Deitch. program: Stephanie
Fleischer, membership: Tiffani Stein, public relations: and Jeff
Wallace, project.
Volunteers Honored The Tampa Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) honored its volunteers at the
spring luncheon on May 9. Seventy-five women and men were
recognized for their contributions to NCJW projects during the
past year. A first-time showing of the Section's newest project
and puppet show. "I Can Be A Volunteer.'' was also presented.
A class of kindergarten students were on hand for the per-
formance.
The 19S4-1985 officers were also installed. They are: Betty
Cohen. Sheila Feldman and Marilyn Winters, presidium of vice
presidents: Fran Bernstein, financial secretary: Erica Man-
delbaum. recording secretary: Lois Tannen. treasurer: Diane
Jacobson. corresponding secretary; Herta Pila, investment
officer: and Miriam Marcus, parliamentarian.
Haubenatocks Return Audrey and Alfred Haubenstock
recently returned from a European vacation. They spent three
weeks traveling through Spain and Portugal. Audrey is editor of
the Jewish Floridian of Tampa.
Officers Installed Congregation Schaarai Zedek's
Brotherhood concluded its thirty-first year on May 8 with the
annual installation dinner at the Tower Club. Outgoing
president. Mike Duncan turned the gavel over to incoming
president, Dr. Irwin Browaraky. Other officers installed were
Jeff Bloom, first vice president; Joe Deems, second vice
president; Leo Shaw, treasurer; and Jack Perman, secretary.
Two BBYO Members Elected Two members of the Tampa
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization (BBYO) were elected to
positions on the North Florida Council at that convention in
Day tone Beach last month. Manny Matalon, a member of the
Adolph Berger AZA chapter, was elected Aleph Godol
(president) and Tammy Smith, a member of the Ernest Maas
BBG chapter, was elected Mazkira (secretary).
AZA Advisor Dan Albert reported that 15 young people
represented Tampa BBYO at the convention, which also in-
cluded a leadership training conference.
Weisman Honored Morris Weisman, adjutant for the USS
Tampa Post No. 5 of the American Legion, was honored with a
citation for outstanding service in 1963. The post's commander
made the presentation on behalf of the Department of Florida. A
World War I Veteran, Weisman also served as Post Commander
for 1969-1975, longer in that position than any other person.
Let us share "Your News." Items for the column must be
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B&P Women's Network
The Business and Professional
Women's Network, sponsored by
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division will meet
Monday. May 21. 5:30 p.m. at
the University of Tampa's H. B.
Plant Museum.
Margot Marcadis. Chairman of
the B and P Arrangements
Committee, announced that the
evening wiD begin at 5:30 with
refreshments and networking on
the Museum's verandah, then a
tour of Tampa's landmark
Museum by Director Emily
Brownold.
Emily Brownold, a member of
the BAP Network, comes to
Tampa with valuable experience.
She s a native of Harrisburg. Pa :
received her BA in Art History
from Beloit College and her MAT
in Museum Education from
George Washington University.
Her credentials include the
Smithsonian Institution's
National Portrait Gallery. The
Are You a
Holocaust
Survivor?
The Tampa Jewish Federation
through the Holocaust Sub-
committee of the Community
Relations Committee, is trying to
locate all Holocaust survivors in
Hillsborough County. If you are
a survivor or if you know
someone who is, please call the
Tampa Jewish Federation Office.
872-4451; Lena Pila 251-3534 or
David Zohar 933-4242. Mr. Zohar
is chairman of this project.
A complete list of survivors
has been a goal for some time. It
could possibly lead to a survivors
organization, it could lead to
seminars for children of survivors
and it wfl] help in the planning of
Holocaust Memorial activities.
National Archives; Wash-
ington's Headquarters in
Newburgh. N.Y. (a New York
State Historic site); and she was
Curator of Education at
Glensheen. a historic house
owned by the University of
Minnesota. Ms. Brownold has
been Director of Plant Museum
since the fall of 1962. She has
been active in the Tampa J
community since her arrival.
The Network invites j
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Friday, May 18,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
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Participating in the Annual Yom
Hashoah Day of Remembrance
program sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation are
pictured. Left to right: Bill
Kalish, Chairman of the Tampa
Jewish Federation Community
Relations Committee; Michael L.
Leuine, President of the Tampa
Jewish Federation who opened
the program; Cantor William
Hauben, Congregation Rodeph
Sholom who chanted the Ale
Moley Rachamin; Dr. Hans
Juergensen, Conference Chair-
man; Dr. Franklin Littell, Key-
note speaker, Sam Gross, Holo-
caust survivor who led the recita-
tion of the Kaddish, and Rabbi
Frank Sundheim, Congregation
Schaarai Zedek, who gave the
closing prayer. Rabbi Leonard
Rosenthal, Congregation Kol
Ami presented the opening
prayer.
Members of the Kol Ami Reli-
gious School who presented
readings at the Memorial Service
are: (Left to Right): Rabbi
Leonard Rosenthal, Jonathan
Levine, Ronald Poritz, Hillary
Black, Naomi Sobel, Deborah
Silverman, Hillary Schiffman
and Julie Dembo. Also partic-
ipating but not pictured was Mi-
chael Mulhall.
'Day of Remembrance'
Observed in Tampa
Sunday, May 6 the Tampa
community participated in two
major events that marked the
commemoration of the six million
Jews who perished under Nazi
rule because they were Jews.
A Holocaust Conference held
at the University of South
Florida Sunday afternoon was
attended by 300 individuals from
the Jewish and non-Jewish
community. Many civic and
church leaders were in attendance
to hear Dr. Franklin Littell, Pro-
fessor of Religion at Temple Uni-
versity. Dr. Hans Juergensen
served as Conference Chairman
and other participants included
Dr .John Lott Brown, USF
President; Bill Kalish, Tampa
Jewish Federation Community
Relations Committee Chairman;
Scott Baakin; Dr. Darrell
Fasching; Dr. Gilbert Kushner
and Dr. James Strange. The
program was sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation Holo-
caust Sub-Committee chaired by
Judith Rosenkranz and was co-
sponsored by 18 community and
religious organizations.
The annual Yom Hashoah ob-
servance was presented to a
capacity audience Sunday
evening at Congregation Kol
Ami.
Survivort of the Holocaust who participated in
the candle lighting ceremony are: front: Moses
and Helen Reiber, Sylvia Zyndorf, Lena Pila and
Sylvia Richman. Back: Andrew Zyndorf, Dr.'
James Strange, Jack Pila and Henry Zyndorf.
Not pictured: Judith Pressman.
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Lag B'Omer: Thoughts of 'Yiddisha'Mardi Gras
By HERB KEINON
With the arrival of Lag
B'Omer, my mind inevit-
ably busies itself with the
bittersweet thoughts of my
youth. At my Jewish Day
School, this minor holiday
was awaited with all the
fear and trembling
normally reserved for the
Days of Awe.
Lag B'Omer was our "field
day." We were fearful rain would
spoil our park outing, and
trembled at the prospect of not
winning even one of the many
athletic contests. We busied our-
selves with games, played with
bows and arrows, ate hot-dogs
prepared on an open fire. Though
hardly ever paying attention to
the tacher's perfunctory "signi-
ficance of Lag B'Omer" talk, our
youthful imaginations were
somehow always kindled by tales
of huge bonfires, dancing and
singing and free haircuts given
on some faraway hill in the
remote, exotic sounding Galilee.
THE FIFTY days between the
Exodus from Egypt and the
Giving of the Torah, between the
ripening of barley and the
harvesting of wheat, between
Pesach and Shavuot are, in
Judaism, commemorated by the
"counting of the Omer." Due to a
number of tragic events which
befell the Jewish people at this
season, this period is tradi-
tionally one of mourning.
Weddings are forbidden, haircuts
and shaving prohibited, and
festive celebrations are severely
limited.
On the thirty-third day of the
Omer, however, nearly every-
thing goes. Music is played, bride
and groom are united, and it is
customary, within the ultra-
Orthodox community, to give a
three year old boy his first
haircut. Although shrouded in
mystery, a number of explana-
tions exist as to the festive
origins of this one-day's joyous
respite.
Some commentators maintain
that it was on this day, over 1,800
years ago, that the forces of Bar
Kochba, rebelling against a
tyrannical Roman regime,
pushed back Hadrian's oppres-
sive forces, fortified Jewish
towns and, for but a fleeting
moment recaptured Jerusalem.
Others, including the Talmud,
attribute Lag B'Omer's festive
nature to the belief that on this
day there was a brief cessation of
a devastating plague which
decimated the ranks of Rabbi
Akiva's disciples.
IN ISRAEL, however, Lag
B'Omer celebrations center
This Sunday's Celebration Recalls
Bonfires/Great Mishnaic Personalities
Chassidim dance around the Lag B 'Omer bonfire at Meron in Galilee.
around the life and times of yet
another great Mishnaic person-
ality: Rabbi Simeon bar Yohai.
Tradition maintains that on Lag
B'Omer Rav Simeon, a central
figure in mystical Jewish liter-
ature, died. Though not custom-
ary to celebrate on the anni-
versary of a tzadik's death,
legend has it that a great light
and joy surrounded Rav
Simeon's deathbed because on
this day he revealed to his
disciples the hidden and mystical
meaning of the Torah.
The tomb of Rav Simeon,
situated on Mt. Meron, has been
the focal point of Lag B'Omer
Jane Fonda at Russian's Birthday
pilgrimages since the late u
Century. With increasing joy
fervor, the tradition of a |Lu
celebration on the slopes of IjJ,l
Upper Galilee mountain has c
tinued, almost unabated, to
present day.
Meron on Lag B'Omer j,
incredible. It's a yiddisha Mardi
Gras; a massive Jewish carnival I
Thousands of people
Ashkenazi and SephardiJ
religious and secular, young and I
old gather at this usually calm
hillside for a night and day oil
continuous celebration, from th|
lighting of the first huge honfg I
in the late afternoon, to the!
setting of the sun amidst a bri- [
liant splash of color the following
day.
THE WALK up the paved I
road to Rav Simeon's tomb is il
veritable showcase of Jewish!
culture. Every available inch of 1
space is lined with makeshift I
booths manned by merchant! I
selling miniature Sephardi I
Torahs, lambskin drums, piuj
filled with spicey kabab, candy, [
cassettes and pocket-sized edi-j
tions of the Zohar, that classic of j
Jewish mysticism traditionally, I
but erroneously, attributed to|
Rav Simeon bar Yohai.
Yemenite women in colorful I
robes, T-shirt clad youths, red fezI
and white robe bedecked I
Moroccans, Chassidim in theirI
streimeled glory, soldiers in full]
uniform all fill one with a swelling
sense of pride. Indeed, we werel
dispersed to the earth's four
corners. Finally we have begun to|
come back.
I heard some singing off in the |
distance and decided to follow. AI
medium-sized room was crowded
with 1,500 Chassidim. Around
and around they danced. I joined |
in one circle going one way,
whilst two others headed in dif-1
ferent directions. Hundreds of
ecstatic Chassidim. One could be
crushed. Their ecstasy was
inspiring, contagious. 1 couldn't
help but get caught up in it.
SOME FATHERS had thei
long-haired sons upon their j
shoulders, and while they danced
a Rabbi would snip off one of the
child's pony tails and hand it to]
the father who proceeded to
proudly place it in a plastic bag.
By the time a dancing circle was
complete, he boy had lost all his |
hair, save the earlocks.
The Lag B'Omer celebrations'!
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different from what, as a boy in
the U.S., I imagined them to be.
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seriously believed that one day 11
myself would be participating in
those celebrations "on some
faraway hill in the remote, exotic |
sounding Galilee."
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continues to be a source of
spiritual support for many other
refuseniks and Prisoners of
Conscience," Fonda stated.
Fonda said that her visit gave
Nudel "strength and the proof
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According to Fonda, Nudel told
her that the visit made her "safe"
and will probably prevent the
Soviet authorities from harassing
her.
Fonda vowed to continue her
activity on behalf of Soviet Jewry
in general and Nudel in
particular. She stated: "those of
us who speak and work for peace
and for a climate of better
relations between the two super-
powers cannot turn a blind eye to
the abuse of human rights in the
Soviet Union, abuses which are
unworthy of a powerful nation. I
plead, in the name of peace, for a
relaxing of restrictions on Soviet
Jews who wish to emigrate, and
for a humanitarian gesture
towards Ida Nudel."
Nudel's sister also participated
in the press conference. In brief
remarks she thanked Fonda for
her efforts on behalf of Nudel,
and said that the actress' trip to
the Soviet Union has made her
hopeful regarding her sister's
case.
Arens Denies Israel Massing
Troops in Bekka for Attack
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Defense Minister Moshe
Arens denied reports from Damascus that Israel '
massing troops in Lebanon's Bekka valley for an attack-
on Syrian forces. But he warned the Syrians that if they
initiated hostilities against Isael they were bound to be
defeated.
ARENS, IN A RADIO INTERVIEW, said Israel
has no intention of attacking Syria. He was responding to
Syrian Defense Minister Tlas' claim, in a broadcast
speech, that Israel and the U.S. were preparing to attack
his country.
Tlas said Syria would repel such an attack with the
aid of the Soviet Union and other Arab states. Arens
suggested that Syrian war talk was intended to
camouflage internal tensions over a possible successor to
President Hafez Assad who is believed to be ill. He
warned, however, that the need to divert attention from
an internal power struggle might tempt the Syrians to
war like adventures.


Rabbi Joan Glazer To
Join Schaarai Zedek
When Rabbi Joan Glazer
Farber joins Congregation
Schaarai Zedek as assistant
rabbi, it will be a first in many
ways. There have been no other
assistant rabbis in the area.
Rabbi Frank Sundheim joined
Congregation Schaarai Zedek as
Associate Rabbi to Rabbi David
L. Zielonka, the difference being
that Rabbi Sundheim was the
designated successor to Rabbi
Zielonka. While she is the first
woman to be a permanent rabbi
in the Tampa Bay area. Congre-
gation Schaarai Zedek had Rabbi
Susan Berman serve as summer
rabbi, two years ago during
Rabbi Sundheim's sabbatical.
Rabbi Joan Glazer Farber, who
will join the staff of Congregation
Schaarai Zedek in July, is a
native of Baltimore, Md., and is a
confirmand of Baltimore Hebrew
Congregation. Her family's in-
volvement in Reform Judaism
has been deep and of long
standing. As a teenager, Rabbi
Farber was Vice President of the
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
Youth Group and was the chap-
lain of the Middle Atlantic
Federation of Temple Youth
(MAFTY).
Rabbi Farber is a graduate of
the University of Pittsburgh and
will be ordained on May 27 by the
New York School of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion. In addition to her
rabbinical ordination, she will
simultaneously receive a MA in
Secondary Education from New
York University. During Rabbi
Farber's years in college and
rabbinical school, she has con-
tinued her interest in youth and
education. She has taught in reli-
gious schools and has been a
Program Coordinator for youth
programs in various commu-
nities. She has also served on the
faculty of UAHC, Camp Harlam,
and was coordinator of the
Learning Center at the NFTY
National Kutz Camp in Warwick,
N.Y.
She has served student pulpits
in Canton, N.Y.; Staunton, Va.;
and presently in New Castle, Pa.
One of her particular interests
has been in the field of counsell-
ing. She has been a participant in
several courses in bereavement
counselling sponsored by the
New York Board of Rabbis, and
presently is a chaplain at the
Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center in New York City.
During her years in the New
York School, she has won several
honors for academic excellence
and has recently submitted her
thesis on the "ubject of intermar-
riage as reflected in some of the
rabbinical interpretations of the
Biblical Book of Ruth.
Rabbi Farber is married to An-
drew Farber who is a senior con-
sultant in the New York firm of
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and
Co.'s Information Systems
Services group. He specializes in
computer security.
Tampa Bay Area Jewish Singles Conference
In response to recently
heightened awareness of the
needs of Jewish singles, several
organizations in co-operation
with Tampa Jewish Social
Service, have joined together to
present the first Tampa Bay Area
Jewish Singles Conference. The
conference, which will be held on
Sunday, June 10, from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. at Congregation Kol Ami,
will focus on issues related to
being single and Jewish in the
Tampa Bay Area.
Sandy Freedman, Chairman of
the Tampa City Council, will
present the keynote address. In
addition, several workshops will
take place on subjects ranging
from the single's "meet market"
to single parenting.
In the workshop on The
Singles "Meet Market Is It
Kosher?", Jean Sasmor, RN,
EdD, FAAN, educator at the
University of South Florida
School of Nursing, will explore
"intimacy, relationships and
sexuality." Steven J. Kaplan,
PhD, Director of the USF Hillel
Foundation of B'nai B'rith will
present a workshop on "Being
Single and Jewish in a Coupled
World." "Being Alone as an
Alternative (a new definition of
completeness)" will be led by
Michael Rothburd, PhD The
fourth workshop will deal with
"Single Parenting raising
children alone while readjusting
to a new single lifestyle" and will
be led by Tina Henson, DSW, an
instructor in the School of Social
Work at the University of South
Florida.
Each workshop will be
presented twice in order for the
participants to engage in discus-
Hadassah to Hold Donor Dinner
and Installation of Officers
The Ameet, Shalom Brandon,
and Tampa Chapters of Hadas-
sah will have a joint gala on
Wednesday, May 23,6:30 p.m. at
the Holiday Inn on Cypress.
The program will feature the
soundstrip, "Financial Report of
1983," from the Hadassah
national convention held in
Washington, D.C. last August.
Oscar Brand, a national folk
singer, adds excitement as the
accomplishments of the 370,000
Hadassah members are revealed
for the following projects sup-
ported by Hadassah Hadassah
Medical Organization, Youth
Aliyah, Hadassah Israel
Education Services, Jewish
National Fund, and in America
American Affairs. Zionist
ments to Israel and the welfare of
the Jewish people around the
world. Their hard work and dedi-
cation, and generosity enabled
chapters to meet their goals.
Afterwards, Lisl Schick, Presi-
dent of the Florida Central
Region of Hadassah will preside
over the installation of officers
for 1984-86 for the three chapters.
Awards and ribbons received
at the region conference will be on
display, as well as chapter scrap-
books. For reservations please
call Barbara Karpay at 996-4680,
Dorothy Skop at 839-0167, or
Sheila Kraus at 689-7204.
Members of the Donor Com-
mittee are: Ruth Glickman and
Nina Bernstein, co-chairmen:
SchZFTY, the youth group of Congregation Schaarai Zedek, donated
$200 to the Jewish Community Food Bank from money earned by
SchZFTYs sponsoring of the Purim CarnivaL. Presenting the check
to Barbara Alter, Food Bank Chairman, are SchZFTY President
Helene Wallace and Treasurer, Evan Feldman. Earlier this year
SchZFTY (which stands for Schaarai Zedek Federation of Temple
Youth) held a program on poverty and hunger. Over 35 youth group
members worked at the Purim Carnival helping to make this donation
possible. According to Mrs. Alter, 30 volunteers of the Jewish
Community Food Bank this week provided bags of groceries to 45
families which represented 125 individuals. Of this total number,
approximately 60 were children.
sions on a variety of topics. The
welcome session for the confer-
ence will be led by Rabbi Leonard
Rosen thai, Congregation Kol
Ami, and the concluding session
will be led by Anschel O. Weiss,
PhD, ACSW, Director of Tampa
Jewish Social Service.
The conference planning
committee included the following
representatives from Tampa's
Jewish single community: Jeff
Alper, Carla Goldman, Michelle
Kay, Susan Kessler, Eva
Mulhall, Rick Myers, Cathy
Smith, Judy Sobol, Anne
Weisman, Mitch Williams and
Leslye Winkelman. The Tampa
Jewish Social Service staff, under
the direction of Debra Winoker-
Miller and assistance of Meryl
Bomstein and Jeanette Jordan,
are offering the professional
guidance for this special event.
The following organizations in
co-operation with Tampa Jewish
Social Service are co-sponsoring
the conference: Tampa Jewish
Community Center, University of
South Florida Hillel, Congrega-
tion Schaari Zedek, Tampa:
Congregation Rodeph Sholom,
Tampa; Congregation Kol Ami,
Tampa; and Temple Ahavat
Shalom, Dunedin. Also sponsor-
ing the conference are: Jewish
Community Center of Pinellas
County; Congregation Beth
Shalom of Clearwater; Temple
Beth El, St. Petersburg; Temple
B'nai Israel, Clearwater and
Congregation B'nai Israel of St.
Petersbrug.
The registration fee for part-
icipation in this singles confer-
ence is $8.50 per person, which
includes a buffet lunch. Child
care is also included for those
who require it.
This event is one of the
growing number of community
services that TJSS hopes to
- American Affairs, Zionist Nina Bernstein, co-chairmen; services tnat uao nopea w
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Golden Angel donors, will be man, Tampa Chapter President;
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common concepts in both faiths
agree and differ is being
distributed nationally by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
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The 216-page book, published
by Pauliat Press, is edited by
fffrey Wigoder of the Institute
of Contemporary Jewry of the
Hebrew University and Rabbi
Leon Klenicki, associate director
of ADL's department of inter-
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Position of Secretary
to Rabbis
A full time position as Secretary to the rabbis
of Congregation Schaarai Zedek is available.
Shorthand and typing required. Salary com-
mensurate with experience. Interested per-
sons should send their resume of
qualifications to Congregation Schaarai
Zedek, 3303 Swann Avenue, Tampa, Fl. 33609
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JCC News
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Family Service And USY j,
This Weekend
On Friday evening May 18, the
Congregation of Rodeph Sholom
will honor the children celebrat-
ing birthdays in May, June, and
July. This is a family service and
everyone is welcome.
On Saturday, May 19, the
Congregation will honor students
graduating from high school,
each one will be called to the
Bima and will receive a
"Mezzuzah" for their future
homes. Also at this time the
members of the USY will install
their officers for the coming year.
The morning will conclude with a
lunch in honor of the USY
officers.
UTJSS At Rodeph Sholom
On Friday evening, May 25,
members of the Tampa Jewish
Social Services will conduct the
services at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom. Sam Reiber. president-
elect of the Tampa Jewish Social
Services will participate in the
services; Mr. Anschell Weiss,
director, will give the sermon.
RODEPH SHOLOM
SISTERHOOD
AtFBWL
Spring Conference
"Generating Positives" is the
theme for the May 20 Annual
Spring Conference of the Florida
Branch of Women's League for
Conservative Judaism. Rodeph
Sholom Sisterhood will be repre-
sented by four delegates: Linda
Blum, President; Diana R.
Siegel, Immediate Past Presi-
dent; Betty Shalett and Claire
Levin.
At this conference Mr. Shalett
will be installed as Financial Sec-
retary and Mrs. Siegel, Mrs.
Levin as members of the Board of
the Florida Branch of WLCJ.
Billie Rubinoff, a National
Consultant, will be the Keynote
Speaker at the Conference. She
will set the tone as well as the
parameters, namely, the Jewish
perspectives, for the many work-
shops ranging in subject matter
from coping with "Aging
Parents" to "Avoiding Future
Shock for Women."
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER
Boy Scout Troop 46
The new JCC Boy Scout Troop
46 will hold its first Court of
Honor on May 29. Former scouts
and scout parents and boosters
will remember court of honor
assemblies at which Scout
awards were given and special
achievements recognized. The
public is invited to share this
ceremony on Tuesday, May 29 at
7:30 p.m. in the Aronovitz Room
of the JCC. Refreshments will be
served.
Pool Hours
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Beginning June 4
Monday-Friday (7:30-8:15) -
Adult lap swim
Monday-Wednesday-Friday
(8:15-9:15) Swim team
Tuesday and Thursday (8:30-
9:30) Aqua exercise (Senior
program)
Monday-Friday (9:45-12:00) -
Camp only
Monday-Friday (12:00-1:00) -
Adult lap swim
Monday-Friday (12:00-1:00) -
Instruction CIT-Sport Camp
Monday-Friday (12:00-1:00) -
Aquatots (classes meet Monday-
Wednesday or Tuesday-
Thursday)
Monday-Friday (12:00-1:00) -
Private lessons
Monday-Friday (1:00-3:00)
Open Pool; Camp Free Swim
Monday-Thursday (3:30-9:00)
Open; Private lessons
Monday-Thursday (6:00-7:30)
Lessons
Monday-Thursday (7:00-9:00)
Lifesavings
CONGREGATION
KOLAMI
On Thursday, May 10, Kol
Ami had its Fourth Graduation
and Promotion Service. The
service was led by the Hey Class.
All of the Religious School
students received promotion cer-
tificates or diplomas. The certif-
icates were presented by the
teachers and school board
members.
A special presentation entitled,
"Melody of Jewish Life" was
read by the graduating class to
accompany a melody of songs
sung by the Religious School
students. The graduating class
included:
Melissa Antoniadis, Hilary
Black, Sandra Cross, Randi
Cohn, Mathew Fink, David
Gaffney, Laurie Goldstein and
Brent Golson.
Also graduatng were Eileen
Herzog, Laurie Hoffman, Nancy
House, Mark Kanarek, Jon Le-
vine and Jason Marks.
The graduation class also in-
cluded Theodora Meiselman, Mi-
chael Mulhall. Heather Newman,
Ronald Poritz and Mark Price.
Hilary Schiffman, Stacy Shor,
Delia Simon, Naomi Sobel, Susie
Sokol and Seth Zalkin were also
graduating.
The graduating class was
taught by Irv Levine, Isaac
Gamliel and Debbie Kimelman.
The parents of the Hey Class
sponsored an oneg after the
service.
Blue Star Camps
The 24th Annual Fred Berk
Israeli Folk Dance Workshops
will be held from June 1-7 and
June 8-15 at Blue Star Camps,
Henderson ville, N.C., it was
announced by the director,
Ya'akov Eden of Israel and Los
Angeles, Calif.
Named in memory of its
founder, the late Fred Berk of
Israel and New York City, the
Workshops are attended by over
150 folk dancers from throughout
the country. In addition to Mr.
Eden as one of the outstanding
faculty members, the Workshops
will also feature two other well-
known Israeli teachers: Seadia
Amishai, and Dani Ben-Shalom.
Interested persons, ranging in
age from 16 to 60, who desire
additional information about the
program, faculty, costs, etc., may
write to Blue Star Camps, 3595
Sheridan St.. Suite 107,
Hollywood, FL 33021 for a
special brochure. Or they may
call (305) 963-4494. This will be
Blue Star's 37th Season
operating as a traditional
summer camp for over 700 girls
and boys in seven separate
programs, offering a unique and
different creative approach to
positive Jewish affiliation for
young people.
Congregation Schaarai Zedek
5744-Confirmation-1984
Confirmation Services will be held on Sunday. May 20, at 10
a.m. at The Temple.
A reception honoring the Confirmation Class will take place in
the Social Hall immediately following Confirmation Services.
CONFIRMATION CLASS 1984
Kimberly Joelle Aronow,
4906 Lyford Cay Road, 33629
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aronow
Eric Craig Baumgarten,
6718 Maybole Place, 33617
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Baumgarten
Jamie Lynn Cohn,
4616 San Miguel, 33629
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cohn
Stefanie Fleischer,
4914 Bay Way Drive, 33629
Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Fleischer
Robert Joseph Gordon,
5700 Mariner Drive 302 E, 33609
Mrs. Sybil Gordon
Mark Greenberger,
4222 Golf Club Lane, 33624
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Greenberg
Pamela Ketover,
10933 Juniperus Place, 33618
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ketover
EmanueJ David Matalon,
2710 Essex Court, 33602
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Matalon
Merrill Pershes,
4324 Carrollwood Village Drive, 33624S
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pershes
Sharon Pershes,
4324 Carrollwood Village Drive. 33624
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pershes
Wendy Posner,
4047 Priory Circle, 33624
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Posner
Matthew P. Richter,
4903 Lyford Cay Road. 33629
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Richter
Craig Evan Rothburd,
4838 Sunset Blvd., 33629
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Rothburd
David J. Selembo,
3001 Wilton Lane, Valrico, 33594
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Selembo
Tiffani Stein,
4614 Westford Circle, 33624
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stein
Lori Tepper,
4916 Lyford Cay Road. 33629
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Tepper
Jeffrey Wallace,
4704 San Rafael, 33629
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Wallace
Stephen Zielonka,
4819 Sunset Blvd., 33629
Dr. and Mrs. Carl L. Zielonka
Camp JCC '84 .
Growing and Growing
With registration at an all time
high, and interest in new
programs the same, Camp JCC
'84 is looking good.
An outstanding camp staff has
been selected by Camp Director
Joan Altshuler and Physical
Education Director Bill
Suskauer.
A highlight to the new
programs of Camp JCC will be
the addition of Computer
Classes. Computers have been
purchased by the JCC and a
computer camp specialist will
teach the programs.
"We are excited that we are
doing so well," said JCC Execu-
tive Director Marty Pear. "And
with the addition of the
computers to our total program
this makes us one of the best
camps in the city."
Children from 12 months old
until the 10th grade have
activities, divided up among
seven groups: Shoreshim (12
months-2'j years), K'Ton Ton
(2'/j years-4 years), Chevra (K-2),
Chalutz (3-5), Maccabee (6-8),
and Sabra (9-10).
There are still spots open for
children in each age group. For
more information, call the J(T
NOW (872-4461).
Two JCC Board Members
Get National Awards
Jerilyn Goldsmith and Jack
Roth, two members of the execu-
tive board of the JCC, received
JWB New Leadership Awards at
the JWB Biennial April 26 in
Boston.
Both Jerilyn, current Vice
President for Membership, and
Jack, Treasurer, were selected for
their outstanding leadership
qualities displayed as board"
members of the Tampa JCC.
The JWB Biennial was
attended by over 1,000 delegates
from all over the U.S. and
Canada. Other representatives
from Tampa included Leah and
Jeff Davidson, Debbie Roth,
Marty and Beverly Pear and Lee
Tobin.
Workshops were held through-
out this three-day conference
centered around three areas
concerning Jewish Community
Centers: Human Resources,
Center Operations, and JCC Pro-
grams and Services.
Community Calendar
(Candlelighting time 7:34 p.m.) Schaarai Zedek Con-
secration Service of Confirmation Class 8 p.m. Rodeph
Sholom Family Service 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 20
Schaarai Zedek Cradle Roll Shabbat Party 10-11 a.m.
Couples Bowling 8 p.m.
Kol Ami
Sunday, May 20
Kol Ami Men's Club Picnic 9 a.m. Rodeph Sholom last day
of Religious School and Men's Club picnic Schaarai Zedek
Confirmation Service 10 a.m. Hillel School of Tampa
Dinner at Airport Host Hotel 7 p.m. Cocktail; Dinner 8 p.m.
Monday, May 21
Tampa Jewish Federation-Women's Division Business and
Professional Meeting 6 p.m. Kol Ami Board Meeting 7:30
p.m. Schaarai Zedek Board Meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 22
Hillel School of Tampa 12 noon dismissal Tampa Jewish
Social Service Executive Board 6 p.m.; Board 7:30 p.m.
Hadassah-Ameet Meeting 8 p.m. Kol Ami School Board
Meeting 8 p.m. Kol Ami Youth Committee 8 p.m.
Wednesday, May 23
National Council of Jewish Women 9:30 a.m. Kol Ami Senior
Socialites 1 2 noon Temple David Sisterhood Meeting 1 p.m.
ADL Board Meeting 8 p.m. Hadassah Donor and Installation
- 6:30 p. m. Holiday Inn on Cypress.
Thursday, May 24
JCC Food Co-Op 10 a.m.-12 noon Tampa Jewish Federation
Board Meeting 8 p.m.
Friday, May 25
(Candlelighting time 6:58 p.m.) Rodeph Sholom Tampa
Jewish Social Service to conduct Services 8 p.m.
Religious Directory
TEMPLE DAVID
3001 Swann Avenue 281-4218 Rabbi Samuel Malllnger Service*:
Friday. 8p m Saturday, 9 a.m. Dally morning and evening mlnyan, 7 SO
a. m.. 8:48 p.m.
CONGREGATION KOL AMI Oaaaervatlve
819 Mo ran Road 962 6338 Rabbi Leonard Roaenthal Servic**:
Friday. 8 p.m.; Saturday, lOa.m.
CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM < oeeerveUve
S.^.B*J?hore Bou,evrd m-mi Rabbi Kenneth Berger. Haxian
Wllltam Hauben Service.: Friday. 8 p.m.; Saturday. 10 a.m. Dally:
Mlnyan, 7:16.
CONGREGATION SCHAARAI ZEDER Reform
MOB Swann Avenue 878-2877 Rabbi frank Sundh'lm
8p.m.
Service*: Friday.
CHARAD HOUSE
f!^^l V,Ur' University of South Florida Fletcher Arma Apartment*.
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had been "very friendly and from now on he will personally
that the President had shown full see to it that such incidents do
underst anding of the situation. not reoccur.
Rosen said Ceauaeacu had not The Chief Rabbi told the JTA
tried to deny the anti-Semitic he regretted that the President
nature of the attacks, as some of had failed to promise adequate
reparation for the harm done to
the Jewish community by the
slanderous stacks and that
Valerian Tudor has not been
publicly prosecuted as specified
by the Rumanian criminal code.
ROSEN SAID that the chief
army prosecutor, with whom he
had filed criminal charges against
Valerian Tudor, has not yet taken
any measures against him. Under
Rumanian law, it is the army
judge advocate who deals with
cases involving charges of fascir
actiities and racial crimes.
Rosen filed such charges
against Valerian Tudor in March
Surprising Warmth
Morocco in Show of Cordiality Toward Israel
RABAT (JTA) The
two-day national confer-
ence of Moroccan Jewish
communities which opened
here Sunday and ended
Monday night provided the
occasion for a display of
warmth by this Arab
League member-state
toward its 25,000 Jewish
citizens and, more signi-
ficant, cordiality toward
Israel.
The 35-member Israeli delega-
tion among the 500 participants
and observers from abroad
included 11 Knesset members.
They were invited with the
consent of King Hassan,
suggesting that he viewed the
gathering as an international
forum with political ramifica-
tions.
THE OPENING session was
addressed by Interior Minister
Driss Basri and Minister of State
Moulay Ahmad Alaoui. The head
of the Israeli delegation, MK
Rafael Edri of the Labor Align-
ment, invited Hassan to visit
Israel.
This was not an official invita-
tion since Edri does not represent
the Israel government. But
should Hassan ever visit the
Jewish State, it would be
considered a breakthrough
from abroad were treated as
honored guests, the discourse
between them and the Moroccan
officials only emphasized the
wide gap that must be bridged.
BASRI AND ALAOUI called
for dialogue between Jews and
Arabs and urged special efforts
for an Israeli-Palestinian
dialogue. Alaoui even called for
the creation of an Arab-Jewish
peace association for the purpose.
But there was divergence over
how such dialogue would be
conducted.
Basri stressed that the basis of
solidarity between Arabs and
Jews could be strengthened by
adhering to the charter of the Fez
conference of the Arab League in
October, 1982, shortly after Pres-
ident Reagan enunciated his
Middle East peace initiative.
Edgar Bronfman, president of
the World Jewish Congress, who
also addressed the gathering,
declared that a successful
dialogue could be assured only by
strict adherence to the Camp
David formula. There is a world
of difference between the Camp
David framework and the Fez
formulations.
FEZ CALLED for the es-
tablishment of a Palestinian
state. Bronfman noted that "the
devoted considerable space to the
conference. Alaoui wrote in
Matin Du Sahara that King
Hassan is one of the rare Arab
heads of state who could call on
Jews and Palestinians for mutual
recognition to prepare them-
selves for coexistence tomorrow
in Palestine.
But such assertions are not
likely to be accepted by Israeli
leaders. On the other hand,
neither the King nor Moroccan
officials can be expected to show
greater boldness in public. It is
recognized that they must
consider the reactions of the
other Arab states and organ-
izations.
second only to the late Egyptian peace process must follow closely
President Anwar Sadat's 1977
visit to Jerusalem a visit that
was incubated in Morocco.
Nevertheless, while the Israelis
and other Jewish representatives
the Camp David accords" with
require that "negotiations on
autonomy in the West Bank and
Gaza must be renewed, not just
between Egypt and Israel but
Bonn Calls on EEC For
New Mideast Initiative
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) The Bonn government has called
for a new Middle East initiative by the European
Economic Community (EEC). According to Deputy
Foreign Minister Juergen Moellemann, such a move is Jew and Arab h*w m_m
necessary to promote peace in the 8gion and to make the example ^^^dp^gf
voice of Europe heard and respected there.
Moellemann's remarks reflected a major departure
from the past position of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's
government. Kohl himself had declared, on taking office
in October, 1982, that Europe should coordinate its ac-
tions in the Middle East with the United States and not
embark on independent initiatives.
KOHL'S RULING Christian Democratic Party
(CDU) is also on record as having rejected the EEC's
June, 1980 Venice declaration on the Middle East which
called for, among other things, the Palestine Liberation
Organization to be associated with the peace process in
the region. Kohl, a member of the Bundestag at the time,
led the opposition in debate over the Venice declaration.
Now, according to Moellemann, a speedy resumption
of the European-Arab dialogue is called for. So far, the
dialogue has been a failure because of rivalries in the Arab
world and because the Arabs demand that it concentrate
on political rather than economic issues.
Obituary
upon his return to Bucharest
from a three-month trip to Israel.
He told the JTA at the time that
he found most of Rumania's
29,000 Jews scared, some
actually panicky, about the anti-
, Semitic diatribes in the official
press and the book of poetry.
The book of poetry, which
appeared last December and was
widely distributed, contained
material reminiscent of the worst
| war-time anti-Semitic literature.
The material in the book said
that Jews were "cursed" for
being "thieves and corrupters,
people with no conscience and no
sense of loyalty, who have no
patriotic links whatsoever to
their country and only think of
how to exploit it."
SINCE THE JTA mad*
known the Rumanian anti-
Semitic campaign in March,
several prominent Rumanian
leaders, including First Deputy
Prime Minister Ion Dinca, Reli-
gious Affairs Minister Ion
Roseanu, and the Secretary of the
Communist Party's Central
Committee, Petru Erale, met
with Rosen to assure him that the
publication of Valerian Tudor's
book had been an "accident"
which will not occur again.
Rosen, who at one time
thought of resigning from the
Rumanian National Assembly in
which he has been a member for
the last 27 years, had called
during all his meetings with the
Rumanian officials for the
authorities to launch public legal
proceedings against those
charged with anti-Semitic insults
and incitement to racial hatred-
Edgar Bronfman
also with the participation of
West Bank leaders." He added,
"We could hope that at somp
point the negotiations are joined
by King Hussein of Jordan."
The WJC leader stressed that
"before such renewed sessions
take place, it would be most
helpful if relations between
Egypt and Israel were restored to
a condition that is more in
keeping with the peace treaty."
He said it was-"disturbing" that
Egypt recently broke off rela-
tions with Costa Rica and El
Salvador because they moved
their embassies from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem.
The issue of Jerusalem could
prove a stumbling block to any
Arab-Israeli dialogue at this time
and to a subsequent visit to
Israel by Hassan. The Moroccan
ruler heads the Al Quds commu-
nity (Al Quds is the Arab name
for Jerusalem), an organization
fiercely determined to preserve
the Arab status of the city Israel
declares as its capital.
Moroccan officials reportedly
warned the Israeli delegation
that Israel would face new
problems if it persisted in urging
other countries to transfer their
embassies to Jerusalem.
BRONFMAN, in his speech,
hailed Hassan as a moderate and
a "humanitarian influence." He
observed that "Here in Morocco,
Green Party Expels Founding
Member Abromeit as Nazi
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) The Green Party has expelled
one of its founding members, Tristan Abromeit, on
grounds that he supports Nazi ideas. He is the fourth
party official forced to resign or to leave high posts
because of alleged Nazi sympathies.
THE GREEN PARTY, based in Lower Saxony, is a
coalition of pacifists and ecologists and a member of the
opposition in the Bundestag. Abromeit, 50, has found
himself increasingly out of tune, with the party's guiding
principles in recent years.
The Green secretary announced that he would not be
allowed to retain his membership card. Abromeit recently
published unflattering comparisons between the Greens
and the Nazi Party in the 1930s.
common goals and aspirations
even as they worship their God
through different doctrine and
ritual."
He declared that under
Hassan's rule, "Morocco has
indeed become a moderate state,
fully supportive of the concept
that Arab and Jew not only can
but must live harmoniously
together."
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23 Jewish Cadets to be Commissioned As Officers
NEW YORK, N.Y. Twenty-
three Jewish cadets, including
two women, are among this
spring's graduates from five U.S.
service academies. The 23 are
being commissioned as officers,
according to Rabbi Barry H.
Greene, of Short Hills, N.J.,
chairman of the JWB Commis-
sion on Jewish Chaplaincy.
JWB representatives will
present complimentary copies of
the new Jewish Publication
Society translation of The Torah
(The Five Books of Moses) to the
Jewish officers at the bacca-
laureate services.
The presentation of Jewish
books to the cadets is part of the
intensified year-round program of
outreach and service provided the
Jewish personnel at the
academies by the JWB
Chaplaincy Commission and local
Jewish communal leaders.
"The Jewish consciousness of
the cadets has been raised
considerably by the work of
JWB, the Jewish chaplains, and
Jewish lay leaders," Greene said.
"By doing this we heighten
their receptivity to the role of
Jewish lay leadership," he added.
"The cadets will not only be in
positions of Jewish leadership
within the armed forces. They are
also potential leaders for posi-
tions in their civilian commu-
nities after they leave the
service."
The 23 newly-commissioned
Jewish officers include nine at the
U.S. Military Academy, West
Point, N.Y.; sue at the U.S. Air
Force Academy in Colorado
Springs, Colo.; three at the U.S.
Naval Academy at Annapolis,
Md.; four at the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy at Kings Point,
N.Y., and one at the U.S. Coast
Guard Academy, New London,
Conn.
Baccalaureate services, where
Conservative Judaism Conference
Planned Shalett and
Siegel to be Installed
The Sisterhoods of Rodeph
Sholom and Kol Ami, Tampa,
will be represented at the annual
conference of the Florida Branch
of Women's League for
Conservative Judaism, to be held
at the Konover Hotel, Miami
Beach, Sunday through Tuesday,
May 20-22. Branch President is
Helen Applefield, Congregation
B'nai Israel, St. Pete. Chairman
of this event is Carole Fink,
Adath Yeshurun, North Miami
Beach, Florida; and vice
chairmen are Elaine Gamson and
Renee Roberts, Ohev Shalom,
Orlando.
Installation of Officers and
Board of Directors will take place
on Monday evening, May 21.
Marsha Pollock, Jacksonville
Jewish Center, will be installed as
President; four Vice Presidents:
Ellen Bernstein, Congregation
' 3'nai Israel, St. Pete, Marilyn
Kuffner, Samu-El, Miami, Carole
Fink, Adath Yeshurun, N. Miami
Beach, Gail Teacher, Beth David,
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Recording Secretary, Myrna
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The annual conference is
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Conservative Synagogue Sister-
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the coming year. Billie Rubinoff,
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The Florida Branch is one of
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regions into which Women's
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and Israel. Topics to be discussed
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Jewish education, American and
world affairs, and family today,
creative programming and
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Drori Is
Senior Fellow
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Maj. Gen. Amir Drori, who
headed the Israel Defense Force
Northern Command from 1981-
83, has been named a Senior
Fellow in foreign military affairs
at the Heritage Foundation here.
During his nine months at the
Washington think-tank, the 47-
year-old Drori will write on small
nations warfare and will parti-
cipate in a number of Heritage
Foundation programs, including
its military assessment project.
Drori, a native of Tel Aviv, had
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JWB, will take place May 24 at
the U.S. Military Academy at
West Point, where Chaplain
Marc Abramowitz is the Jewish
chaplain.
At the U.S. Naval Academy in
Annapolis, baccalaueate services
will take place May 23. Col.
Harry Lindauer is the Jewish
military lay leader there.
Chaplain Joel Schwartzman,
who serves personnel at the U.S.
Air Force Academy in Colorado
Springs, announced that bacca-
laureate services at the academy
will take place May 30.
At the U.S. Coast Guard
Academy in New London, bacca-
laureate services are scheduled
for May 25. Rabbi Carl Astor
serves personnel there.
The last of the baccalaureate
services will take place June 18 at
the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy in Kings Point, where
Rabbi Joseph Renov serves as
chaplain.
The two Jewish women cadets
among the graduates are:
Christy Myasha Bishop.
Placentia, Calif., U.S. Military
Academy, and Sharon D. Mazer.
Baltimore, Md., U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy.
The other 21 Jewish officers
are:
U.S. Military Academy:
Edward Stanley Morris.
Huntington Beach, Calif.; Phillip
Merrill Fine, New Orleans, La.:
Daniel W. Steiner. Westerly,
R.I.; Jeffrey M. Oettinger.
Mahopac, N.Y.; Bruce H.
Davison, White Plains, NY.;
David A. Friedman, Miami, Fla.;
Chaim Washer, El Paso, Tex.;
Rod Lurie, London, England.
U.S. Air Force Academy:
Steven Freund, Los Angeles,
Calif.; Michael David Goldfein,
Las Vegas, Nev., Jeffrey W.
Jacobson, Park Forest, 111,;
Merrick E. Krause, Allison Park,
Pa.; Stephen M. Rothstein, Far
East, APO, San Fran.; Scott A.
Wachenheim, Capistrano Beach,
Calif.
U.S. Naval Academy:
G. Scott Kirschner, Sharon,
Mass.; Adam S. Levitt,
Malverne, N.Y.; Eric D. Rosen,
Metuchen, N.,1.
U.S. Merchant
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NC; Michael D. Friedman,
Beverly Hills. Calif.; James F.
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U.S. Coast Guard Academy:
Richard Mitchell Kenin.
Anderson, S.C.
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