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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Issue for Feb. 27, 1981 called also v.3, no. 8, repeating numbering of previous issue.
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Off Tampa
6 Number 21
Tampa, Florida Friday, June 1, 1984
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Priiv 36 Cents
Tampa Jewish Federation
1984 Campaign Reaches $ 1,000,
LEVINE, president,
rish Federation
the million is just a
' knew we could do it.
congratulated for
)k to the future for
ttter things.
**
SHOR, Co-chairman,
ivision Campaign
ings are one of pride
that we have reached
lion dollar mark. It is
tificant for our commit-
ise it proves we have
who will insure that
ipaigns will go on to
i greater goals.

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DAVIS, Director,
Jewish Federation
[8 Division
tn accepted the challenge
irked hard: I am proud of
' everyone and pleased to
It of a caring and com-
tommunity!
JOHN OSTERWEIL, General
Campaign Chairman
We've come close before and
by using the accomplishments of
other campaigns and with the aid
and assistance of those who have
worked hard for so long estab-
lishing a solid base we have now
reached the one million dollar
plateau.
Those who have given year
after year gave more, those who
had not given gave and with an
early start and an energetic team
we met the challenge.
One campaign ends and
another soon begins Israels
needs and the community's needs
will always be great. Hopefully
we will continue to meet the chal-
lenge.
GARY S. ALTER, Executive Di-
rector, Tampa Jewish Federation
It has been a long, hard
struggle but a milestone in the
history of the Tampa Jewish
Community has been reached by
dedicated and committed leader-
ship. I have every reason to be-
lieve that this is just a beginning
of Tampa's becoming one of the
most outstanding Jewish com-
munities in the country.
LILI KAUFMANN, president,
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division
/ am impressed with the
achievements of John Osterweil,
Doug Cohn, Bobbe Karpay and
Jolene Shor and their commit-
tees. We couldn't have done it
without them. But most of all we
must thank the community
members who have felt the re-
sponsibility to answer the needs
of Tampa and Israel
BOBBE KARPAY, Co-chair-
man, Women's Division Cam-
paign
/ would like to thank everyone
who worked so diligently on our
campaign and especially all of our
contributors who listened,
learned and realized the needs of
our community and made mean-
ingful pledges. Working together
made our million dollar dreams
come true.
Judith 0. Rosenkranz to Head
Federation Slate of Officers
ANNUAL MEETING
Tampa Jewish Federation
Tampa Jewish Community Center
Tampa Jewish Social Service
Hillel School
on Thursday, Jane 21, 7:30 p.m. Airport Marriott Hotel.
DOUG COHN, Assistant Cam-
paign Chairman
It's terrific/ It's wonderful!
We're going for more we're not
quitting yet!
Are You a
Holocaust Survivor?
A complete list of Holocaust
survivors in Hillsborough
County has been a goal of the
Holocaust Subcommittee of the
Community Relations Committee
for some time.
It could lead to a survivors
organization, it could lead to
seminars for children of
survivors, and it will help in the
planning of Holocaust memoxMl
activities.
If you are a survivor or know of
someone who is, please call the
Tampa Jewish Federation, 875-
1618; Lena Pila, 837-4701; or
David Zohar, 933-4242, chairman
of the project.
The Community Relations
Committee is sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation.
Judith O. Rosenkranz will lead
the Tampa Jewish Federation for
the 1984-85 year. She will be in-
stalled as President on June 21 at
the Annual Meeting.
Mrs. Rosenkranz will head a
slate that includes: President -
Elect Les Barnett, Vice President
Douglas B. Cohn, Vice President
Herbert G. Swarzman, Treasurer
Samuel J. Blum, and Secretary
Jolene Shor.
Judith Rosenkranz was the
Associate Editor of the Jewish
Florklian of Tampa, a position
she had held for five years. Most
recently she was the Chairperson
of the Holocaust subcommittee of
the Community Relations Com-
mittee, which organized the Yom
Hashoah program on May 6.
Judy has been very active in
the Tampa Jewish Federation
serving on both the Executive
Committee and the Board of
Directors, and also on the Budget
Committee. She has served on
the Women's Division Board,
being the campaign Director for
1980-81, and as the Education
Chairman.
She is a member of Congrega-
tion Schaarai Zedek where she
served as the President of the
Sisterhood from 1975-77, and is a
current member of the Board of
Directors of the Temple
Rosenkranz is Vice President
of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods for the 1983-
85 session, and has served as a
member of their Executive Com-
mittee since 1981. She has been a
member of their national board
since 1979. She has also served as
secretary of the National Council
of Jewish Women.
Her other community activ-
ities include being a past Presi-
dent of the Hillsborough County
Bar Auxiliary, the current Secre-
tary for the Lighthouse for the
Blind, a past Vice President of
the Tampa Junior Women's
Club, and the charter chairman of
the Krewe of Theatre at the Uni-
versity of South Florida.
In 1971 she was one of the Out-
standing Young Women in
America.
She is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of South Florida and
holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in
History.
Rosenkranz is married to Stan-
ley W. Rosenkranz, and they
have two sons, Jack and Andrew.
Judith Rosenkranz will bring a
varied and an impressive back-
ground to her position as Presi-
dent of the Tampa Jewish
Federation for the coming year.
Nominated to serve on the
Board of Directors with Judith
Rosenkranz are: for a one-year
term expiring 1986; Steven A.
Field, Nellye Friedman, Bobbe
Karpay, Marshall Linsky, Nancy
Linsky, Sharon Mock, Lois
Older, Ronald Rudolph, Joan
Saul, David Waksman, Dr. Carl
Zielonka, and David Zohar. For
two- year term expiring 1986;
Myer Frank, Jeremy E. Gluck-
man, Maril B. Jacobs, Walter
Kessler, Dr. Stephen Kreitzer,
Blossom Leibowitz, Michael L.
Levine, John Wm. Osterweil,
Richard Rudolph, and Howard L.
Sinsley. Representing Regional,
National UJA, and Council of
Jewish Federations are: Kay
Jacobs, William Kalish, George.
Karpay, Joel Karpay, Rhoda
Judith 0. Rosenkranz
Karpay, Lili Kaufmann, Franci
Rudolph, Marsha Sherman and
Rabbi Frank Sundheim; and rep-
resenting our local agencies
Rabbi Kenneth Berger, presi-
dent, Tampa Rabbinical Associa-
tion; Leah Davidson, president,
Jewish Community Center;
Richard Gordimer, president,
Hillel School of Tampa, and Sam
Reiber, president, Tampa Jewish
Social Services. Honorary life
members of the Board are
Charles Adler and Nathan I.
Gordon.


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Hare TliaMtnilawi Hsjfe ScfaooL
Kakf High Scbooij. aad
Wallace 'Plant High SehooO
Thai Wwaaad Saftj Wn and
her Ihand, Haveiat are visata* Uses- daogker and son-aa-
iaw. Marftys and Prsfisaar Artassr Wktm. North
home for the RuaHifctdi
Poor gmuauooa wiD be gathering on Jane 3 m
Terrace to celebrate Sally* 80th birthday Marilyn
and brother-a>law. laii and Earl Stnr wiD be there with
their children. Sheri and Steven Leaane. all from Devie.
Florida- Dr Pan! and Marian Winter*. Rehert Whttera and
Jean ZeOer are Sally Temple Terrace and Tampa grand-
ihililin Her great grandchildren are Lara. Megan, Alan and
Branch Next Month Congregation Kol
Ami s Siaterhood will bold its foorth annual Champagne Patio
Branch on Jane 10 The event is a fundraiser for the
synagogue kitchen, and will be held at the home of Daria
Field
Siaterhood officers for the upcoming year wiD also be
installed at the branch They are Tina Jenkins, president:
Janet Fried and Karen Suassaa. programming vice
presidents: Merftya Burke and Deborah Ghocaer. membership
vice presidents. Syfrria Larry, education vice president: and
Rose Levine Beverty Wkkaoa and Margie Berkovita.
fundraising vice presidents. The other officers are. Beverly
Stevens, recording secretary Bobbie Reed, corresponding
secretary: Abby Hyasaa. financial secretary, and Marilyn
treasurer
Shavuot
B-nkr-~-a- -efer*t>:e hsWl
nv at fact the time G-d gave as
His hrw If we are to pride oor-
setrer *ntfc being a kingdom of
or more practically
an evolving rehgioos
n. we need to reflect at
of year, and examine
eoaaankaaent to oar Torah.
nr Law. at whatevar level we are
BBfertabfcmobeerving
We cannot a! have the dedica
tion and cornmrrment of tU
nor do we have to. If we can,
our Judaism, if we can nan
the joy of our heriuto
children. then ThT
crwn n tnaut auon is not rnmk
ritual act If thai ShavuotV
rekindle an old spark toward,
Torah that has been nearly
guished. then this Zemaa
Torateina will be moat
Blgful

Truateea Appointed To Board Congregata>n Kol Ami
has appointed new trustees to its board. They are: Dr. Arthur
Simon. Dr. Michael Stevens and Linda Zalkia. Gary Tebium
will serve as the board's secretary
Current officers are Dr. Steven Field, president Rachelle
Herzog. first vice president Stanford Solomon, second vice
president. John Burke, treasurer, and Steven Ruffkeas.
financial secretary The other trustees are William Kalian. Dr.
Richard Kaater. Michael Karp. Judith Sobd and Lawrence
Waaser. Ex-officio board members are Lt. Col. Allan Fox and
Tint Jenkins
Anniversary Include* Reunion Muriel and Ed Feldman
celebrated their 25th anniversary with a family reunion and
vacation on Memorial Day weekend. AD of their children were
together with them for the first time in five years Joining
them from Arizona were son Stace Feldman. daughter-in-law
Sherry Feldman, and grandson. Adam Feldman. Muriel and
Ed's sons Gary Feldman. Aaron Feldman. and Michael
Feldman, and daughter Leslie Ann Feldman were also there.
Ed has planned a surprise trip as part of the celebration.
Award Presented The Tampa General Hospital
Foundation presented the James M. McEwen Award to
Miriam Marcos for her outstanding service to the hospital.
The presentation was made at the Foundation's 10th Annual
Dinner on May 16.
Officer elected Fence Haas was elected first vice
president of the North Florida Council of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization. Elections were held at their convention
in April in Daytona Beach.
Student* Receive* Honors Mark Smith, son of Irving
and Bunny Smith, received several awards and trophies at the
District IV Phi Beta Gamma Lambda Spring Conference. A
student at Hillsborough Community College (HCCl. he was
awarded first place in parliamentary procedure; fourth place in
business law and fifth place in impromptu speaking. The
business fraternity will send Mark to Atlanta to represent
HCC at the National Convention in Atlanta in July.
Mark also made the Dean's List at HCC this past semester.
Kaae Bat Mitzvah Lara Kass, daughter of Janet and
Michael Kasa, was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on
May 26.
Special guests include Lara's grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
Herman Moore from Key West and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kaas from Maple Shade. New Jersey. Other out-of-town
quests include: Mr. Milton Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appei,
ana Mrs. Rachel Appelrouth, all of Key West; Miss Eileen
Appeb-outh, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Appelrouth. Miss Rochelle
Eden. Mrs. Ardee Yuran. Miss Barbara Appel and Mr. and
Mr*. Robert Lefcort and family, all of Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
Continued on Page 4
To go a step further, the Torah
keen! manw no reference to
Thai urn as the tane the
Qanmandmenta were given. It is
the Tahnud (Peaachm:
Mbahnajnc Menachot) that we
read of the historical observance
of the hobday in the desert, thus
Banning that there are roots
above and beyond Shavuot being
sanpry Chag Hakafrir and Yam
HabsTuuim. a hobday for harvest
and a celebration of the first
frusta, since these could not be
harvested in a desert
Customs abound on Shavuot
The serving of dairy on the first
day lenanda us that the Torah is
like milk and honey to us. Twin
loaves of bread joined at the
center is reminiscent of the two
tablets we received at Sinai, and
triangular-shaped kreplach
represent Torah. Prophets, and
the Writings, our Tanach.
An interesting note is the fact
that the number "three'' crops up
repeatedly, eg., a three-fold
people (Cohen. Levi. Yisraeli
were given the Law via a third-
born Moses) on a third day
(Sbeloshet yemei hagbalahi in
the third month (Sivan: Shabbat
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Congregation Rodeph Sholom
Confirmation Ceremony June 5
lay, June 1, 1984/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
Tuesday evening, June 5 at
n m. Congregation Rodeph
,olom will hold ita first Conf ir-
[tion service since 1970.
The Confirmation class, under
leadership of Rabbi Berger,
ntor Hauben, Karen Patron,
?.,.
and Judy Harrison, will present a
cantata performance based on the
history of Jews in America. Ac-
companying the confirmands will
be pianist, Allan Robuck of Or-
lando.
During the course of the year;
Business and Professional Women's Network, sponsored by the
ipa Jewish Federation met Monday, May 21 at the University
Tampa H.B., Plant Museum. Emily Brownold, director of the
feum, spoke of the history of the building and its artifacts, and
ections shown within. On the steps of Plant Hall (from the left)
\wnold, Linda Goldstein, chairman of the B and P Network, and
{got Marcadis, chairman of this event. Photo: Audrey
nbenstock.
jischer Announces for County Judge
Tampa attorney Barbara Flei-
has announced her candi-
for county judge. Some 700
bple attended her campaign
Ik-off on May 11 at the Tampa
|rden Center.
Fleischer's experience in crim-
al law includes almost five
ars as an assistant state
^orney. She was a member of a
cial Prosecution Unit, which
ndled all first degree murders
jHillsborough, repeat offenders
Id cases involving serious
lily injury. Fleischer also
ved as a felony division chief,
pervising several attorneys
|d prosecuting the more serious
ses. Having entered the private
ctor last year, she is now in-
lved in a general trial practice.
|Fleischer is a director on
veral boards including The
fiild Abuse Council, The Spring,
(a shelter for battered
ouses), Working Seniors (a
oup that assists older citizens
lenter the job market), and Bay
Tea Legal Services.
|Fleischer graduated from Stet-
University College wf Law in
78 and was an honor student,
be graduated magna cum laude
pn Boston University in philo-
T)hy and sociology, and spent
veral years as a social worker
pre the legal profession.
phe is married to attorney
lank Fleischer. They have two
lildren, Stefanie, 16, and David,
Barbara Fleischer
the Confirmation class encoun-
tered an in-depth study of the
"Jewish Life Cycle." As a class
trip, they toured "The Precious
Legacy" in Miami and ended the
day dining in a kosher restaurant
before their return flight back to
Tampa.
The entire Jewish community
is invited to join Rodeph Sholom
on June 5 as we celebrate Erev
Shavuot and the following
students are confirmed:
Heidi Barron
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Barron
Heidi Beck
Dr. and Mrs. Anschell Weiss
Scott Blum
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blum
Silvia Bobo
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bobo
Meryl Cohen
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Cohen
Fred Evenson
Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe Evenson
Andrea Friedman
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman
Lisa Golson
Mr. and Mrs. William Golson
Andrew Gordimer
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gordimer
David Kushner
Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kushner
Richard Levine
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine
Suzanne Levine
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine
Sharon Marcadis
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcadis
Harlan Mayer
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mayer
LeeMezrah
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mezrah
Brian Mezrah
Mr. and Mrs.Leon Mezrah
Jeremy Nelson
Dr. and Mrs. Carnot Nelson
Jonathan Pear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pear
Tammi Sugar
Mrs. Ruby Sugar
Terri Sugar
Mrs. Ruby Sugar
Lee J. Tawil
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Tawil
Amy Unatin
Mrs. Sharon Unatin
Jon Warner
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Warner
Julie Wright
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Wright
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The Hillel School of Tampa honored Diane and Michael Levine at
its annual benefit dinner dance, May 20, at the Tampa Airport
Marriott. The Levines were recognized for their many activities and
contributions to all phases of Jewish community life. During the
evening they were presented with a lithograph by an Israeli artist,
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National UJA Hatikvah Mission for
Single Adults To
Depart for Israel July 22
Sisterhood President Looks
To Youth Education and Membership
The Fifth National United
Hativah
Other KijkKgW.
to a Project
borhood. an
include
of 26-40. w9
Israel July 22-Aogost 1 for a
with
people of laratl
The "" 'tfiip was made by
H Paul Roaenbers; of Kanaaa
City. Csiin i of^ the UJA
The miaaion is expected to
attract some 500 young adults
from across the United States
According to iniasiiiii Co-
Rchard Cooper of
and VOrJri Fallen of
the miaaion it a unique
opportunity for partiapanu to
share the experience of viaiting
Israel with other singles, broaden
of Jewish
their
commitment to Israel and the
Jewish community.
Participants will receive
briefings by repreaentativee of
UJA's beneficiary agencies
the Jewish Agency for Israel and
the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee and
have an opportunity to see first-
hand the social welfare programs
and facilities funded by UJA-
Cotnmunity campaigns.
The iraawion itinerary wiD also
include a walking tour of the Old
City, a Shabbat celebration at the
Western Wall, and an ascent up
Massada. In addition, parti-
cipants will visit Jericho, the
artist colony of Seied. Old Jaffa,
and the Dead Sea. Specie]
interest tours of the Knesset.
Israeli industry and archaeo-
logical digs wul be offered.
A variety of travel options are
available, including a pre-misainn
visit to Paris and its Jewish com-
munity. Mission participants
may also extend their stay andor
stop-off in Europe before their
return to the United States. Total
cost of the basic mission package
is $1,800. including airfare, land-
costs and first-class hotels. For
further information, contact the
Tampa Jewish Federation at 875-
161*
By ERICA MANDELBAUM
newly-elected
of Congregation
Rodeph Shofom s Sisterhood, has
two objectives in mind
We wiD continue to raise
ih.tlM.hip funds for youth
education." Blum explained.
We want to send more of our
young people to Camp Ramah in
England dnrmg the
*"^ to the United "jus
Youth Israel Pilgrimage in
ring
Her other objective points to
membership Sisterhood needs
to involve young women." she
Volossus-The For bin Project'
Colossus The Forbin
Project." the science fiction
thriller which explores modern
man's fears of domination by
computers, will be shown June 3,
Sunday at 3 at The Tampa
Museum.
The film's premise is a
combination of "2001" and "Dr.
Stranglove" a doomsday
machine with an ego. Dr. Forbin.
the hero, creates a giant
computer which eventually stops
tnW ing commands and starts
giving them. A desperate race
ensues to find a way of throttling
the machine before it evolves
beyond human control.
Before viewing "The Forbin
Project." visitors are encouraged
to explore the fascinating
"Computer Drawing" exhibition
in the Lower Gallery which
features photographs and video-
tapes from the international
Siggraph '83 competition. A
demonstration of the exhibit's
Commodore Computer will be
given at 2. after which visitors
can try their hand at creating
computer art.
Colossus The Forbin
Project" is part of The Tampa
Museum's continuing film series.
Sundays at 3. The suggested
donation for non-members is II
and visitors are encouraged to
visit the exhibitions and Museum
Store prior to the films. The
Tampa Museum is located
Downtown by the River with
parking available at the Curtis
Hixon Parking Garage.
Manuel and Marvin Aronovitz To
Be Honored At Rodeph Sholom
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America will be honoring
Manuel and Marvin Aronovitz on
Sunday evening. June 10, 8 p.m.
at Congregation Rodeph Sholom.
The guest speaker for the
evening will be Rabbi Michael B.
Greenbaum, Dean of Admin-
istration at the Seminary.
Manuel Aronovitz has been a
leader in the community for over
70 years and has supported many
organizations. He successfully
transmitted the ideas and ideals
of Judaism reverence for G-d and
service to the community to his
son. Marvin. A leader of Rodeph
Sholom, he serves as one of the
Torah readers.
Marvin Aronovitz has followed
in his father's footsteps as an
active supporter of the Tampa
Jewish Federation: He is
chairman of the Aliyah com-
mittee, and a member of the daily
minyan at Rodeph Sholom
The honorary chairpersons for
the evening are Rabbi and Mrs.
Kenneth Berger. and the chair-
persons are Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Linaky. Reservations can be
made by contacting Mr. or Mrs.
Gene Lin sky.
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Membership Month for Tampa Jewish Social Service
Friday, June 1, 1984
Volume 6
1 SI VAN 5744
Number 21
The first annual membership
drive of Tampa Jewish Social
Service has just ended.
The purpose of the drive was to
invite residents of Tampa's
Jewish and general community to
become part of the 'Supportive
Trust" of TJSS The Trust"
consists of caring individuals
who are concerned about the con-
tinued service, growth and
development of the Tamps
Jewish Social Service as a vital
part of the social services avail-
able to the community.
Residents of the Jewish
Community were urged to take
that important step and
demonstrate their concern and
commitment for the continued
efforts of TJSS by becoming
members of "The Trust." Your
tax deductible contribution and
willingness to be recognized as a
personal supporter of TJSS
enables TJSS to achieve a level of
support that is essential to its
future.
Tampa Jewish Social Service
now wishes to invite interested
residents of the community to
attend two major community
events during the month of June.
First there will be the Tampa
Bay Jewish Singles Conference
on Sunday June 10. at Congrega-
tion Kol Ami and second there
will be a special Family Confer-
ence focusing on "The View From
the Middle; Living with our
children and our parents" on
Sunday. June 24, at Congrega-
tion Rodeph Sholom.
In addition to supporting these
type of events your annual
membership contribution to
TJSS will provide such services
S100 will insure 2
counseling sessions for an entire
family in crisis.
175 will secure needed
therapy to help a person cope
with stress or depression.
a 150 will aDow a
homebound Senior citizen to
receive 2 hours of outreach
services.
$25 will make it possible
Kiribati Recognized
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israel has established diplomatic
relations with Kiribati, a new
nation composed of 33 islands in
the southwest Pacific, with a
population of about 60.000. it was
announced here. The islands, part
of the Gilbert and Ellice group,
were a British protectorate until
five years ago when they gained
independence Israel's Ambas-
sador to Australia. Iaaachar Ben
Yaaoov. will be the non-resident
Ambassador to the Micronesian
island republic.
for a parent to join a program
designed to bridge the generation
gap with his-her children.
f 10 wul allow for people in
need of information and support.
to be counseled by phone.
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Teen Chavarim
By ILENE KELMAN
This column is dedicated to the
class of '84.
May has been an eventful
month for seniors. Important
decisions were reached, awards
were won, and plans were set.
Over the weekend of May 11-
12, the Florida State High School
Track meet took place in Winter
Park. Chamberlain Senior Doug
Horn took fifth place (in the
state) for the 880. He plans to
attend the University of Florida
(tentatively) in the fall with Doug
Hoffman, Robin Bloom, and Mi-
chelle Ehrlich.
Laurie Glaaaer was awarded
the Outstanding Science Student
Award at King High School. She
will attend Emory in the fall with
Steve Bunkin who took the honor
of Outstanding Social Studies
Student at King. Eileen Zalkfa
will also attend Emory in the fall.
Business Beat
By AUDREY HAUBENSTOCK
BOUNTY CATERING
Fishes and knishes, chopped
liver and kugel, rugella and
strudel, all these delicacies may
be yours if Bounty does your
catering.
Ron Guttveg of Bounty
Catering says he instituted the
first Kosher catering kitchen in
the Tampa Bay area about eight
years ago at 1890 Drew Street in
Clear-water.
According to Guttveg there
seems to be quite a demand for
Kosher catering. He feels there
are many more young couples
keeping Kosher catering. He feels
there are many more young
couples keeping Kosher homes
now.
Bounty creates meals for any
type Jewish function, and they
are not limited to place. They are
able, with their fleet of vehicles
and their portable equipment to
prepare a meal or party, for 20
people to an unlimited number, in
your home, congregation, or hotel
Catering is their only business.
Making your dreams come true
is their aim, and besides going
from soup to nuts, they are able
to handle an entire affair begin-
ning with the invitations, the
flowers, the music the entertain-
ment, and the photography. If
you have a theme in mind they
will create a program around it.
Guttveg says, "Hamiah (like
Mama used to make) foods are
the most successful with clients,
although they will prepare any
type dishes." He mentioned that
the terms are Kosher food or
Jewish style.
Some of their mouthwatering
dishes are apricot-glazed chicken,
baked fish, fish platters, and food
displays. There is a Jewish baker
on the premises making strudel,
gella. hamentaaen, and
pastries.
Guttveg does not feel limited
to Clearwater. He sees the
market area extending from
north of Clearwater all around
the bay to Sarasota. He, and his
Partner, Viola Faustini, are
tookm for a catering hall where
they will be able to expand the
Kosher kitchen and clients may
| rent the space.
Cn5e8ide catering six large
aeaers from Clearwater to
^"aaota, and many in homes,
tney catered the USY (United
synagogue Youth) Regional
[Convention just held at the
liampa Regency Hyatt, and
I Bounty Catering expects to cater
If!* USY International
(convention at the same hotel in
I December.
Allen Mezrah is entering
Emory at Oxford after traveling
in Africa with his brother Mike
for the summer.
Andy Rosenkrantz, Fran Hel-
ler, and Lisaa Minkin will attend
Tulane in the fall. Andy is
working at Camp Coleman for the
summer and Lissa is making
plans to go to Europe again.
Kim and Karla Edelaon plan to
go to Chicago for a week in June
to visit relatives. Karla is a candy
striper at Memorial Hospital and
will continue to work throughout
the summer before beginning
school in the fall at HCC with
MicbeUe Goldberg.
Betsy Shimberg and Laurie
Glaaaer are planning trips to
^Europe over the summer. Betsy_
is traveling with her parents and
Laurie is traveling with Hillsbor-
ough County Schools. In the fall,
Betsy plans to attend Ohio Wes-
ley an.
Both Jenny Golub and Brett
Lauring plan to attend Yale in
the fall. Margot Levin will attend
Princeton and Celeste Ganderson
and I will attend Barnard Col-
lege.
Sher Brownstein plans to at-
tend Northern Michigan Univer-
sity in Marquette where she will
be on the swimming team. (And
we thought Tampa was chilly in
the winter?)
Michelle Fiahman will attend
the University of Miami. Glenn
Pozin will attend Mercer, Helene
Wallace will attend the Univer-
sity of Texas, Glenn Taylor,
Regina Dobrov, Esther Shear.
and Debbie Sdembo will attend
the University of South Florida.
Aime Rabinowitz will attend
Ryder College in New Jersey,
Mia Rosenberg will attend
Stephens College in Missouri.
Lila Polur is taking a year to
study theatre. Her courses will
include singing, acting, and
dancing. In her spare time, Lila
'age
plans to work on some core
credits at USF.
We are currently looking for a
member of the class of 85 to write
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Tage^^nB mbndian ol 1 ampa /i- nday, June 1. ltf4
Congregations/Organizations Events
TEMPLE DAVID
A TradhioBal-CaaMrvatto
Synagogue
Yom Tov Shavouth
The Festival Shavouth-Feast
of Weeks or Pentecost will be cel-
ebrated at the synagogue with
traditional services.
On Tuesday evening, June 5, a
Yom Tov Maariv will take place
at 7:45 p.m.
On Wednesday morning. June
6 at 9 a.m.. a complete festive
service will be conducted. This
will include Shachrith. Torah
Reading and Musaf. The
Akdamuth will precede the Torah
service. Rabbi Samuel M.
Mallinger will lead in the service
and present a sermon, "Our
Apathy To Torah."
On Thursday. June 7. second
day of Shavouth. services will
begin at 9 a.m. Yizkor Memorial
services will begin at 11 a.m. The
Rabbi will present a sermon
"Naches from Children or from
Parents." The new memorial
plaques and memorial golden
leaves (on Tree of Memory) will
be consecrated. A Yom Tov
Kiddush wfl] follow each service.
Sisterhood
Closing Luncheon
and 1 nit all at km
Temple David Sisterhood will
hold their Installation Luncheon
on Wednesday, June 13 at 11:30
a.m. at the Red Lobster in
Carroll wood Irene Rubenstein
will be installing officer. Gertrude
Kern will be chairperson for the
afternoon. For reservations,
please call Sadie Wahnon, 876-
0673.
CONGREGATION
KOLAMI
Champagne Brunch
The Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Kol Ami is looking forward
to a festive Brunch on June 10, at
10:30 a.m. This will be the
Fourth Annual Champagne
Brunch and Kitchen Shower. All
donations will be utilized in
furthering the current Kol Ami's
kitchen facilities. The Brunch will
take place at the home of Doris
Fields.
Shabbot Services Honoring
Rabbi Rosenthal And Family
The Tampa Community is
invited to attend Sabbath
Services on Friday, June 1st, at 8
p.m. at Congregation Kol Ami,
3919 Moran Road.
This service, followed by a
special Oneg Shabbat, will be
dedicated to Rabbi Rosenthal
and his family upon the occasion
of their departure from Tampa.
Rabbi Rosenthal was the
Congregation's first Rabbi and
has served for the past four
years. His devotion and dedica-
tion to his Congregation and to
the Community as a whole, have
endeared him to everyone's heart.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
News and Views
At the recent Congregational
Picnic sponsored by the Rodeph
Sholom Men's Club Laura
Raistrick received the first
annual award for the most
improved student in the religious
school. The award (a savings
bond) is sponsored by the
Rodeph Sholom Men's Club in
memory of Harold Richman, late
husband of Sylvia Richman.
Sylvia has been a teacher for the
Rodeph Sholom religious school
for many years, and is also a
teacher at the Hillel School of
Tampa.
At Shabbat services on May 18
John Kelly, son of Mrs. P.M.
Kelly, was awarded the Ner
Tamid Scouting Award for Reli-
gious Studies. John is a Webelow
Scout. The presentation was
made by Rabbi Kenneth Berger.
Rodeph Sholom
To Hold "Mitxvah
She! Sirocfaa Celebration
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
is going to pay a very deserved
tribute to certain devoted and
dedicated individuals who serve
our congregation with pride and
dignity.
The following take part in
reading from the Torah each
Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh:
Barney Anton, Marvin
Aronovitz, Robert Jaffer.
Anschel Weiss, and Jack Day an.
Also honored will be a number
of our guest readers: Rabbi T.
Brod. Rabbi Jeff Foust, Elaine
Markowitz, Michael Silverman.
Lillian Stark, students of Rodeph
Sholom Religious School, and
students from the Hillel School.
Our Conductors Group (Daily
Minyan) is also involved in
conducting morning services
throughout the entire year on a
rotating basis. They are: Barney
Anton. Robert Jaffer, Sam
Verkauf, Robert Wolf, Morton
Barren, Leo Chaitow, Hilda
Kilgore, David Waksman, Sam
Bobo, Alice Nelson, Alfred
Wasserberger. and Anschel
Weiss.
One of the greatest Mitzvoth in
Judaism is in the participation of
the Synagogue Skills activities.
These honors will take place on
Shabbat, June 2.
Adult Education News
Anti-Semitism: an ugly word
for an ugly problem. But just
how bad is it here and now? Is a
resurgence of this horrible pheno-
menon occurring? How do we
face it? What can be done about
it? You can find out what is hap-
pening in our locality now, what
potentially might occur, and how
we can effectively counter anti-
Semitism occurrences by coming
to Shabbat services at Rodeph
Religious Directory
TEMPLE DAVID
3001 Swann Avenue 281-4210 Rabbi Samuel Mallinger Servlcea
Friday 8 p m Saturday. 9 am Dally morning and evening minyan. 7 30
am 5:45p.m.
CONGREGATION KOL AMI Conservative
3018 Moran Road 9*28338 Rabbi Leonard Roaenthal
Friday. 8pm.; Saturday, 10 a.m.
Servlcea
CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM Conservative
2713 Bayihore Boulevard 837-1011 Rabbi Kenneth Berger, Kazzan
William Hauben Services: Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. Dally
Minyan, 7:15.
CONGREGATION ftCHAARAI ZEDEK Reform
3303 Swann Avenue 876-2377 Rabbi Frank Sumu.'tm
8p.m
Servlcea: Friday,
CHABAD HOUSE
Jewish Center, Universe of South Florida Fletcher Arms Apartments.
3820 Fletcher Ave., Tam.ta 33420 e 071-6788 or 077-8418 Rabbi Rlvkln and
Rabbi Yoasl Dubrowskl Friday, 7 p.m. Shabbat Dinner and Services,
Saturday Service 10:80 a.m. DaUy Minyan 7:80 a.m. Monday Hebrew
CUssSp.m.
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOt NDATION
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation. Jewish Student Center. University of South
Florida CTR 2882 Steven J. Kaplan. PhD. Director 5014 Patricia Ct ,
No. 172. Tampa, Florida 3M17 (Village Square Apts I 088-7076 Shabbat
Services 7:80p.m. Sunday Bagel Brunches, 12 noon. *
Sholom June 1 and 2. Leslye
Winkelman of the ADL will lead
a special program to inform us
and to enable us to stand against
such problems as we may
encounter.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Annual Meeting
The Annual meeting of
Congregation Schaarai Zedek will
be held Sunday. June 10 at 11
a.m.
The Temple reports will be
given and the new trustees will be
installed.
Preceding the meeting, the
Hospitality Committee will host
a brunch honoring all the
Trustees.
HILLEL-USF
Annual Electiona
Students elected their officers
to the student board of Hillel at
the University of South Florida.
Newly elected leaders are
President: Debra Freeman of
Cooper City: Vice President Mike
Brautman of North Miami
Beach; Vice President Steve
Caine of Clearwater: Vice
President Sharon Berzofsky of
North Miami: Treasurer Robert
Becker of Miami: and Ritual
Chairman Sari Starr of North
Miami Beach: Jeff Minches of
North Miami is the Program
Assoc.
Hillel School News
Students of the Hillel School of
Tampa will be participating in
Shabbat evening services at both
Congregations Schaarai Zedek
and Rodeph Sholom this month.
On June 1, the following
students, whose families are
members of Schaarai Zedek, will
be participating in Shabbat
services officiated by Rabbi
Frank Sundheim: Eli, Teddy and
Stephen Gorman. David and
Robert Jacobson. Alia Libman.
and Debbie Pershes.
On June 8. Hillel first grade
students. including Janna
Davidson. Sara Ewen. Sara
Grossman. Ethan Kreitzer. Theo
Newman. Jeffrey Pegler, Heidi
Roth. Liz Schneider. Portia
Schreiman. and Katie Sultcnfuss.
will be involved in Shabbat
services at Rodeph Sholom led by
Rabbi Kenneth Berger and
Cantor William Hauben. Svlvia
Richman and Sharon Lancz, first
grade teachers, have prepared th<
children.
Preceding the service tht
students and their families wili
share a Shabbat meal together.
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER
Family Night Dinners
Do something special!! Come
join us for our JCC Family Night
Dinners. The dinners will be
served every Tuesday evening
between 5-7 p.m. beginning June
12 through Aug. 14.
Every Tuesday there will be a
variety of entertainment
including sporting events such
as; tennis, volleyball and
swimming.
For our first Tuesday's event
we will have our very own
children's troupe, TA DA,
performing "I Didn't Know a
musical romp based on the
Guiness Book of World Records.
The cost for this event is as
follows: Dinner Adults S3
JCC Members. S4.50 Non-
.nembers; Children six years and
under $1.50 JCC Members.
52 Non-Members; Show Only
Adults -SI JCC Members,
S2 Non-Members; Show Only
Children six and under
$0.50 JCC Members, SI Non-
Members.
Please make your reservations
by June 1. Call the Center for
additional information, 872-4451.
"Club Variety Gets Into
Swing With Summer Events"
Club Variety, a social and acti-
vities group at the Jewish
Community Center for everyone.
married or single, 40 and over, is
announcing its June and July
programs.
Picnic: "Join m on the fun at
our first summer picnic, Sunday,
June 3." says Shan De Mott of
Club Variety. Come around 11
a.m. and plan to stay all day for
social eating, swimming, and
sports events. Bring your own
food drink, and sports equip-
ment to the JCC. 2808 Horatio
St. A SI reservation foe must be
paid by May 25, at the JCC for
each person attending. For more
information call 872-4461 or 837.
8275.
Book Review: "We are all
looking forward to hearing an
informative hook review and
discussion by local educator
Goldie Shear 'n Leon Uris' beat
seller. 77* Haj,'' says Laurt
Stone of Club Variety. This free
event will be held Wednesday,
Community Calendar
Friday, June 1
(Candlelighting time 8.02 p.m.) Kol Ami Special Services
Honoring Rabbi Rosenthal and Family 8 p.m. Rodeph
Sholom Adult Education Special Services 8 p.m.
Saturday, June 2
Rodeph Sholom "Mitzvah Shel Simca" Celebration 10 a.m.
Sunday,June 3
Monday,June 4
Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood Post Board meeting 11 a.m.
Jewish Towers Residents Association meeting 7:30 p.m. Kol
Am. Singles Planning meeting 7:30 p.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood
Board meeting 7:45 p.m.
Tuesday, June 5
Hodassah-Tampa Board meeting 10 a.m. Rodeph Sholom
Confirmation Service 8 p.m. Hodassoh-Shalom Brandon
Board meeting 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith-Tampa Open Board
meeting 8 p.m. Hadossah-Ameet Board meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday, June 6
SHAVUOTH JCC closed No Delivery for Jewish Community
Food Bank Rodeph Sholom Board meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday, June 7
SHAVUOTH JCC closed ORT-TEC Bowling 9:30 a.m. B'nai
B'nth Hillel Board meeting at USF 7:30 p.m. Tampa Jewish
Federation Board meeting 8 p.m.
Friday,June I
(Candlelighting time 8:05 p.m.)
Saturday, June 9
Sunday,Jane 10
Scharaai Zedek Congregational meeting and Brunch 11 a.m.
Kol Ami Sisterhood Patio Brunch 11 a.m. Kol Ami Tampa
Bay Area Jewish Singles Conference 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kol
Ami Youth Group Closing program 7 p.m. Rodeph Sholom
Jewish Theological Seminary of America program 8 p.m.
Monday,June 11
Schaarai Zedek Executive Committee 12:30 p.m. Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary Board meeting 1:30 p.m. Tampa Jewish
Federation Housing Board meeting 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 12
ORT-Bay Horizons Regular meeting 10 a.m. Hillel School
Executive Board meeting 7 p.m. ORT-TEC Board meeting
7:30 p.m. Hillel School Board meeting 8 p.m. Jewish
National Fund Gulf Coast Council meeting at JCC in St.
Petersburg 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Jane 13
National Council Jewish Women Planning Session 10 a.m.
Kol Ami Senior Socialites 12 noon Hillel School Graduation
7.30 p.m.
Thursday, June 14
JCC Food Co-op 10 a.m. to 12 noon ORT-TEC Bowling 9:30
am
Friday, June 15
(Candlelighting time 8:08 p.m.)
SINGLE SCENE
Tuesday, June 5
Planning meeting 7:30 p.m. at the JCC.
Sunday,June 10
Tampa Bay Singles Conference at Kol Ami 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Lbirary. Coffee will be served.
Bring a dessert to share. For
more information call 872-4451 or
837-8275.
Game Night: "Relax, make
some new friends, and sharpen up
your Bridge, Rummy, Poker, and
Mah Jongg at our summer game
night," says Lil Singer of Club
Variety. The fun begins at 8:30
p.m. Saturday, July 14 at the
Pinnacle Club Room, 4141
Bayshore Blvd. Bring a dessert
to share. For more information
call 872-4451 or 831-5648.
"Break-In" Pre-Camp Program
Jewish Community Center's
Pre-Camp is offering a program
for children kindergarten through
6th grade. The program will run
for one week starting June 11
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Arrange-
ments can be made for daily
morning care before program
begins.
This program will consist of
multi media activities, puppetry,
games, swimming, field trips, etc.
The program would not be
complete without a "break
dance" contest.
The children need to bring a
parve or dairy lunch snacks
and drinks will be provided. The
cost of this week long program is
$35 for members and $52.50 for
non-members per week or $10 per
day for members and $ 15 per day
non-members.
For additional information call
Muriel Feldman at the Center,
872-4451.
Seniors At The Center
"Deregulation,
The Telephone, and You
"The telecommunications
industry is changing daily and
the changes will impact everyone
who uses a telephone at home or
in business," says the Speakers
Bureau of GTE of Florida.
If you are interested in learn-
ing more about this important
area, plan to attend the GTE
presentation on "Deregulation
and the Information Age" at the
Jewish Community Center. 2808
Horatio St., Thursday, June 14,
from 10-11:30.M.
The program will take you
through the history of telecom-
munications regulation and
deregulation, and then focus on
changes taking place today, such
as new telephone purchase and
rent options, access charges,
Usage Sensitive Service, and the
breakup of the massive Bell
System.
This event, which is open to
the public, and free to the seniors
60 and over, (with a $1 donation
accepted from others), is part of
the JCC'a Senior Program
Managing on Your Income
Series" and is made possible in
Part by a grant from HRS and
the Administration on Aging.
The JCC is near the number 19
Hartline bus stop.
"St. Luke's Eye Clink"
"Aging often brings eye and
vision problems," says Judith
London, Senior Center Program
Director at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
To offer important information
""^Sing and vision problems, the
JCC will present a program by
at. Luke's Eye Clinic on cataract
and other major eye diseases,
including glaucoma, corneal
dystrophy, diabetic retinopathy,
and macular degeneration.
There will also be a short slide
Presentation on what it is like to
he a cataract patient (hospital or
out-patient). Find out about
prevention and options available
to you after diagnosis.
The event, which is open to the
Public, is made possible in part
by a grant through HRS and the
Administration on Aging. It will
be held at the JCC. 2808 Horatio
ot., Monday, June 11, from 10 to
i a.m. and is free to everyone 6C
and over, with a $1 donatior
accepted from others.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
DeanaZabaldo
DEANA ZABALDO
Deana Renee Zabaldo, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Marilyn Zabaldo and
granddaughter of Lilyan
Rutskin, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on June
2 at 11 a.m. at Congregation
Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
Sundheim will officiate.
Deana is in the seventh grade
at the Schaarai Zedek Religious
School and a member of Junior
Youth Group. She is valedictor-
ian of the eighth grade graduat-
ing class at St. John Greek
Orthodox Day School, and was
senior editor of the St. John's
Journal. She has been accepted
into the Duke University pro-
gram for academically talented
students. Deana placed fourth in
the seventh-grade, county-wide
math competition. She has par-
ticipated in many plays with the
Tampa Players and the Tampa
Community Theatre. Deana has
modeled for several department
stores, and was a regular on the
Virginia Rivers television show.
Mrs. Lilyan Rutskin will host
the Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush
following services. A party will
be given for Deana s friends on
Saturday evening.
Eagle Snacks Sting Soccer team,
which won the State Cup for the
second consecutive year.
An Oneg Shabbat will be
hosted Friday evening following
services and a Kiddush luncheon
will be hosted Saturday after-
noon. A party is planned in honor
of Jason at the Marriott Satur-
day evening, and an informal
brunch Sunday, also at the Mar-
riott.
There will be many special out-
of-town guests and family
members attending.
Jason Marks
JASON MARKS
Jason Ross Marks, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Manny Garcia and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul T. Marks, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on June 9 at 10 a.m. at
Congregation Kol Ami. Rabbi
Leonard Rosenthal will officiate.
Jason attended the Hey Class
at Congregation Kol Ami and
graduated from Hebrew School
May 10. He is in the seventh
grade at Blake Junior High, and
is Student Council president and
a High Honor Roll student.
Jason plays for the under-13
Nancy House
NANCY HOUSE
Nancy Sheryl House, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morton House,
was called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on May 26 at Congrega-
tion Kol Ami. Rabbi Leonard
Rosenthal officiated.
Nancy is in the Hey Class at
Congregation Kol Ami and is a
member of Kadima. She is in the
seventh grade and a member of
the National Junior Honor
Society at Oak Grove Junior
High School.
Mr. and Mrs. House hosted the
Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush
luncheon in honor of the occasion.
They also hosted a reception on
Saturday evening at Congrega-
tion Kol Ami.
Special guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert House of Creve
Coeur, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Zellinger, Mr. Don
House, and Ms. Susan Rosansky,
all of Chesterfield, Mo.; Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Weiner of Wauchula;
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Grus and
family of Dunwoody, Ga.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Appel-
baum and family of Coral
Springs.
Obituary
STONE
Albert S. Stone. 79. of 4141 Bayshore
Blvd., Tampa, died Wednesday May
16, 1984. He had lived In Tampa most
of his life. He was a member of
Congregation Schaarai Zedek. He Is
survived by his wife, Ide; a daughter,
Susan Haynes of Rlchton Park, III.: a
brother. Bob Steinberg of Miami; a
sister. Anita Madow of North
Hollywood. CrnlU.; and two grand-
children.
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Lara Simone Kass, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kass, was
called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on May 26 at Congrega-
tion Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi
Frank Sundheim officiated.
Lara attends Congregation
Schaarai Zedek'a Religious
School and is a member of the
Junior Youth Group. She is a
seventh-grade honors student at
Coleman Junior High School.
Lara plays softball for Tampa
Bay Little League. Her interests
include athletic activities, arts
and crafts, and cooking.
Lara's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Kass and Dr. and
Mrs. Herman Moore, hosted a
dinner Friday evening for out-of-
town guests and relatives.
Friends of the Kasses hosted the
Oneg Shabbat after services and
a continental breakfast on Satur-
day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Kass
hosted the Kiddush luncheon and
dance. An informal party for out-
of-town guests and relatives was
held at the Kass home Saturday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Brinen, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Es-
troff, Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Fischman, Mr. and Mrs. Solis
Finkel, Mrs. Evalyn Rein, and
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weitzenkorn
hosted a brunch on Sunday
morning.
MEREDITH MILLER
Meredith Ellen Miller, daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L.
Miller, will be called to the Torah
as a Bat Mitzvah on June 9 at 11
a.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek. Rabbi Frank Sundheim
will officiate.
Meredith attends Schaarai
Zedek s Religious School and is a
member of Junior Youth Group.
She is in the seventh grade at
Coleman Junior High School
where she is on the Principal's
Honor Roll. Meredith is a Cole-
man Scholar and a recipient of
the American Legion Award.
Friends of the Millers will host
the Oneg Shabbat and a luncheon
dance Saturday afternoon at the
Airport Marriott Hotel. A dinner
will be given Saturday evening
by grandmother, Dotty
Pomeranz for the out-of-town
guests. The Millers will host a
brunch Sunday morning at their
home for the out-of-town guests.
Special guests will include
grandfather, Robert Miller of
Sarasota; aunt, uncle and
cousins, Steve, Diane, Lisa and
Andy Steinberg, all of Houston;
cousin, Kathy Holtzman of
Miami; great grandmother, Ray
Cohen of Boston; and great uncle
and aunt, Ed and Ruthe Waxman
of Philadelphia. Other special
guests will be Diana and Jeff
Kezis of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.,
Gertrude Gordon of Albany, N.Y.
and Sandee Wortzel of Planta-
tion.
Jewish Floridian Goes Bi-Weekly
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa has started its schedule of
bi-weekly publication.
Because of the holiday of Shavuot the Jewish Community
Center will be closed on June the 6th and 7th. All material for
the June 15th issue must be in the Jewish Floridian office by
Monday, June 4.
All material for other publications must be delivered to the
Tampa office, Jewish Community Center, 2808 Horatio
Street, Tampa, FL 33609 by Wednesday (10 days prior to
publication). ________
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federal elections through the establishment of corporate PACe.
Israel received billions of dollars in foreign aid over the years, and will need
additional billions in the years to come Without support in Congress, the
appropriations battle may be lost The 1964-65 appropriations are over 2.5
billion in outright grant and we won that battle last week by only 6 votes.
Jesse Helms. Charles Percy. Rudy Boschwitz. Carl Levin, and Clarence
Long are running in 1964. Do you know which men are enemies of a strong
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