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Dr. aad Mrs. Jack Saadkr Jeff has served as chairman of
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Desegatioa To At tend CoaveatkM A delegation afl
represent Congregation Schaara: Zedek s Sanerhood in Miami
at the second biennial convention of the Southeast Regional
Board of Temple Sisterhoods. Oct 11 to 14 Attending will be
president Gold* Brunhild Judy Bench Leslie Osterwefl.
Fraacie Rudolph and Bobbie Taab Judy Rnecnaiaiii national
vice president will also be t>M*mg
Boob* will be installed on the Board of Directors of the
Southest Regional Board She is a past president of the Schaara:
Zedek Sisterhood
Davis Re-elected to Sixth Term Helen Gordon Davis has
been re-elected to her sixth term as a representative to the State
House. District 64 She is an outspoken advocate of equal rights
for women, the handicapped, and the elderry
Her many board positions have included the Florida Alliance
of .Arts, the University of Florida Foundation, the Women's
Survival Center and the Flonda Orchestra- Davis is past
president of the Temple Guild Sisterhood and is currently on the
Flonda Executive Board of the Anti-Defamation League. She is
also a past president and lobbyst for the League of Women
Voters.
Returned To School Board Cecfle Waterman
Eaarig. the first woman elected to the Hillsborough Countv
School Board, has been re-elected to the District 7 seat. She has
been returned to that seat six times since 1967.
Essrig has made a career of public service. Besides her school
board work, she has held leadership positions with the local Girl
Scout council, the county parent-teacher association, the
Children's Home of Hillsborough Countv. the Tampa Oral
School for the Deaf, the Tampa Lighthouse for the Bbhd snd the
United Wav
Sixtieth Anniversary Celebration Nat aad Dora Aber
celebrated their Sixtieth wedding anniversary on Sept. 20. Their
children. Terri and Ernie Adam. Tampa, and Lil and Sam Aber.
Westbury New York: and their grandchildren. Sharon and
Mark Winkdpleck. Tampa. Edward and Alia Aber. Randy
Aber. Billy Aber. New York; and great grandchild. Sierra
Wmkelpleck enjoyed a festive, old-fashioned reunion.
Sierra Winkelpleck was named recently bv Rabbi Samuel
Mailinger at Temple David.
Baby lint A daughter. Sarah Faye. was born on Aug. 13 to
Carol and Randy Piaetzky. The grandparents are Art and Betty
Brower of Bradenton. and Inrin Piaetzky and Jean Plowden.
both of Tampa The great-grandparents are Jack and
Feiles of Tampa and Fanny Piaetzky. also of Tampa
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A son. Michael Isaac, was born on Sept. 8 to Mary and Rami
Zohar. The grandparents are Hanna and David Zohar of Tampa,
and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Beckman of West Palm Beach The
great grandmothers are Mrs. Hill, and Mrs. Wilma Sautertig of
Isra-
Ltii Kaufmann
Ahce Rosen thai
Marsha Shemua
Benjamin leak was born on July 23 to Judith and
Pila. The bris was held on July 31 at the home of the baby's
grandparents. Herta and Salomon Pila. in Tampa. Sbepsel
Roberts of Minneapolis officiated.
The maternal grandparents are Lonnie and Dick !<* of
Minneapolis. Great grandparents are Mr. aad Mrs. Marvin
Garvis and Mr. Louis Sachs, all of Minneapolis.
Let us share "Your \ews" Items for the column must be
u ritten and may be delivered or mailed to the Jewish Flondtan.
care of' It s Your News, 2808 Horatio. Tampa, Florida 33609.
Aida Weissman
Linda Goldstein
RuthPolur
Ann Rudolph
Spotlight On TJF Women's DivisioJ
Past, Present and Future
Above art YOUR Women's Divi-
sion president and officers
representing YOU the women
in Tampa's Jewish community.
Ldi Kaufmann. President. Alice
Ro sent hoi. Vice President of
Campaign: Marsha Sherman.
Vice President of Leadership
elopment. Aida Weissman:
Vice President of Community
Education, Linda Goldstein. \'ice
President of the Business and
P- 'essional Women's S'etuork:
Ruth Polur. Vice President of
Special Projects: and
Rudolph. Board Secretary
Ann
"Everywhere you look, our
Women's Division creates excite-
ment and inspires commitment,
stated Rhode Davis. Women's
Division Director. Congratu-
lations to all the women who
worked tirelessly and contributed
to the 1984 campaign. We topped
the successful 1983 campaign by
16 percent for a gratifying total
of $217,817 Individual gifts
increased and the women who
participated under our dynamic
duo. Co-Chairmen Bob be Karpay
and Jolene Shor have reason to
be proud
"Our educational programs
and Shalom Tampa were all
successful. Our 1984-85 Women's
Division Board and Directors
invites YOU. the women of our
community to join us for a new
year of engaging activity, in-
volvement and stimulation! Our
new board and directors and
many chairmen have been
working all summer creating
and informative programs. All I
need is YOU.' Davis added.!
W omen have so mudi u|
insight, compassion.
courage, dedication. .
neea. tenacity, judgment]
viction. decisiveness,
mat ism. imagination,
creativity, leadership
US. when you are .
volunteer time, attend a:
meeting or fundraiser.
Tampa Jewish Fede
Women's Division. 875-16
further information
following programs:
Worker Training S
Campaign: Oct. 22 -
and Professional Wo
Network; Nov. 3 -
Tampa Newcomer get-to
Nov. 14 "Annual
Wednesday'' Educational 1
Career Women's Mission Sponsored
By UJA Women's Leadership Cabine!
Business and professional wo-
men from across the United
States will have the opportunity
to meet their Israeli counterparts
in "Building Bridges. Building
Leaders.'' the second annual
Career Women's Mission to
Israel sponsored by the United
Jewish Appeal Young Women's
Leadership Cabinet.
Announcement of the Oct. 28
to Nov. 7 mission was made by
Betsy R. Gordon, Chairman of
the UJA Young Women's
Leadership Cabinet, and Nancy
Ferst. Chairman of the mission
and an executive member of the
YWLC. both of Philadelphia.
"American working women
will meet and share meaningful
experiences with one another and
with Israeli working women."
Gordon said These experiences
will be personally rewarding and
will provide valuable perspec-
tives on Israel, the women them-
selves and their professions
In an effort to involve more
members of the growing
population of business and career
women in Jewish communal
fundraising. the YWLC has
opened participation to women of
all ages and professions.
"We're building on last year's
success of a 158 percent increase
in giving. "Ferstnoted "Interest
in the mission is growing."
The program will feature home
hospitality and meetings with
people in the professions, busi-
ness, government, the arts,
kibbutz life, the military and
Project Renewal.
Expanded from last year's
seven-day visit, the 10-day itin-
erary will include traveling north
to Kiryat Shemona and the Golan
Heights for a first-hand look at
life along the Israel-Lebanon
border, and an exploration ot tne
Negev to see the dynamic agri-
cultural and technological ad-
vancements being made in the
desert.
The participants will study
UJAfunded programs at Jewish
.Agency and American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee
institutions. Specialists in agri-
culture, economics, politics and
security will accompany the
mission for on-site lectures!
The scholar-in-residence will be
Freda Keet. the foremost woman
broadcaster of Kol Israel. Israel's
national radio service. Keet. who
is the host of a nightly informa-
tion program in English for over-
listeners, is considered]
of the most knowl
authorities on Israel's
Africa.
The mission's cost is 11
and includes round-trip
from New York to Israel I
arrangements and meals.
extensions are available "
a 11,000 minimum gift l
1985 UJA-cotnmunity camp
For more information.
contact Vicki Agree,
Young Women's
Cabinet. United Jewish
1290 Avenue of the
New York. N.Y. 10104.121211
1500 or Tampa Jewish Fet
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Record Campaign Dollars
Allocated By Federation
Friday, September 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
The Tampa Jewish Federation
ard of Directors at its last
,eting approved the recom-
mendations of the Federation
Budget Committee and Execu-
te Committee, distributing a
ord $1,020,000 to local,
jtional and overseas agencies
acluding $440,614 to the United
Jewish Appeal.
Locally, the Board of Directors
llocated $102,600 to the Tampa
lewish Community Center,
89,500 to the Tampa Jewish
cial Service and $60,000 to the
lillel School. "While these were
largest allocations ever made
local agencies, a short fall of
(180,000 in the 1984 campaign
made it impossible to meet
the allocation requests of all of
the agencies," Maril Jacobs,
Budget Committee Chairman
eported.
The allocations take in the
fiscal year period of July 1, 1984
to June 30, 1985 and is based on
the results of the 1984 Tampa
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
[Appeal Campaign. Total cam-
Ipaign costs were $81,699 indicat-
|ing that 92 cents of every dollar
ontributed goes directly to help
Isupport the wide variety of
[humanitarian services for which
|they are being raised.
The low cost of fundraising
[was made possible only by
[Federation's constant stress
upon cost-effectiveness in its
[operation and the tremendous
[help from hundreds of volunteers.
TAMPA JEWISH FEDERATION
1984-86 BUDGET AND ALLOCATIONS
Campaign Achievement $1,020,000
Shrinkage 61,000
Campaign Expense 87,772
Net funds available for allocation $ 881,228
United Jewish Appeal 440,614
Jewish Community Center 102,600
Tampa Jewish Social Service 89,500
Hillel School of Tampa 60,000
State Hillel Foundation 6,000
River Gardens Hebrew Home for the Aged 14,000
B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations 260
Jewish Floridian of Tampa 14,000
TOP Jewish Foundation 25,300
Florida Legislative Consultant 3,000
Tampa Jewish Federation 116,664
Jewish Community Food Bank 960
Jewish Welfare Board 2,000
American Professors for Peace 100
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith 100
United HIAS Service 250
Jewish Telegraphic Agency 100
American Jewish Committee 100
National Jewish Community Relations
Adv Council (NJCRAC) 600
Jewish War Veterans 160
Joint Cultural Appeal 60
Jewish Children's Service (Atlanta) 750
Jewish Education Service of North America 100
North America Jewish Students Appeal 60
American Jewish Congress 100
National Conference on Soviet Jewry 100
Council of Jewish Federations 15,000
Governor Bob Graham was presented the Jewish National Fund'' Tree
of Life" award at the annual dinner held September 11 at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel Jerome Cardin, left, president of the National
Leadership Council, Jewish National Fund, made the presentation to
Governor Graham, center. George Karpay, Les Hirsch, and Hugh
Culverhouse (left to right) were the co-chairmen of this event. Photo:
Audrey Haubenstock.
Governor Graham to Speak
AtMenorah Manor
The Tampa Jewish Federation
leadership expressed their
concern and frustration that
while raising the largest amount
in the history of the Tampa com-
munity, there was still a short fall
in not being able to meet the
requests of agencies and addi-
tional needs in the community.
Rosn Hashanah Message
From Judith 0. Rosenkranz
President
Tampa Jewish Federation
At this holiday season Jews
throughout the world begin a
period of contemplation and
reflection. We, the Tampa Jewish
Federation, reflect on the respon-
sibilities we carry for Tampa, for
world Jewry, arid especially for
Israel.
We pray for guidance and
wisdom in leading our com-
munity through its phenomenal
growth. May the seeds we plant
in 5745 produce a vibrant Jewish
community in the years ahead.
To you, a member of the
Jewish community, the Tampa
Jewish Federation extends its
best wishes for a year of peace
and contentment. May you and
your loved ones share in life's
blessings.
L'Shana Tova,
Rosh Hashanah Message
To Begin Again
By RABBI
FRANKSUNDHEIM
In a poignant reference to
Adam, Elie Wiesel, in one of his
recent books, notes that when we
speak of the gifts of God, His
greatest gift is not that of giving
man the power to begin. Rather,
(>od's greatest gift is giving man
the power to begin AGAIN.
In the Biblical tale, Adam and
tve began again by having
another son, Seth, after the
fratricide of Cain and Abel. From
the disappointment of one son
dead and the other banished,
they started again to have a
family.
In so many ways, Adam's
story parallels ours. We build on
u?K ~ because without
VISION, we perish; as the
hturgy of Yom Kippur states so
beautifully: "Success and failure,
oye and hatred, pleasure and
pain mark our days from birth to
death. We prevail, only to
succumb; we fail, only to renew
the struggle."
This understanding also comes
Jrorn the words traditionally used
to describe the meaning of Rosh
Hashana:
Hayom Harat Olam.
i U?uaUv.the8e word* trans-
'ated, "Today the world was
seated," and they refer to the
mythology that creation itself
* place at the time of Rosh
"whana. Certainly the theme of
nosh Hashana being "the bir-
thday of the world," is known to
"nut one recent commentator
maae a translation much doeer to
the Hebrew syntax. He trans-
lated these words as "Today a
world is created." In this beauti-
ful sentence the full meaning of
Rosh Hashana is caught. It is not
to celebrate some creation from
the far distant past, but to
celebrate the possibility that for
each person, a new world can be
created.
And that's the whole point.
Rosh Hashana does not
remember something that
happened. It anticipates that
which can happen. Not yesterday
but today and tomorrow is the
time frame for Rosh Hashana.
And so, on Rosh Hashana (as
Elie Wiesel reminds us) we begin
- AGAIN.
AGAIN in certain ways,
repetitions or continuations of
the past, but on the most signifi-
cant level, using these 10 days to
Governor Bob Graham will be
joining the festivities at Menorah
Manor Founders Association
Dinner on Tuesday evening,
Sept. 25, announced Chairwomen
Betty Sembler and Sony a Miller.
In his keynote message, the Gov-
ernor will speak on the special
problems confronting the elderly
today and the necessity of each
individual accepting a portion of
the responsibility in assisting
them in meeting their needs.
Governor Graham's many years
of concern and personal involve-
ment with the plight of older
adults has brought needed atten-
tion and action in the State of
Florida during his term of office.
Ted Wittner, Chairman of the
Board of Menorah Manor, stated
that this First Annual Founders
Association Dinner would offer
recognition to those individuals
Rash Hashanah Greeting
From Leah Davidson
JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
Rosh Hashanah is upon us.
And with it comes a time for
introspection, review of the past
year and preparation for the
coming year. Though this holiday
is mainly concerned with the
individual, the "agencies," such
as the Jewish Community Center
also feel a need for this solemn
and thoughtful time.
whose support and dedication
have brought to reality a Jewish
Home for the Aged on the West
Coast of Florida.
Serving on the planning com-
mittee are: Marilyn Benjamin,
Joan Esrick, Ellen Fleece, Dotty
Goldblatt, Rae Green berg, Gloria
Halprin, Marion Joseph, Bob be
Karpay, Loretta Linsky, Edie
Loebenberg, Donna Oms, Isa
Rutenberg and Jane Silverberg.
Additional participation as
Charter members of the Founders
Association was urged by Mr.
Wittner and Board President
Irwin Miller. Mr. Miller stated
that there are many additional
dedications available for honor-
aria and memorials. For further
information concerning member-
ship in the Association or dedica-
tions, contact the Menorah
Manor office at (813) 346-2775.
look at ourselves, our families,
and our world in a different way.
Eternal optimists that we are
we affirm that the past need not
be a prison into which we are
locked. Realists that we are, we
realize that to unlock the cell,
seemingly superhuman effort is
needed. The humanly destructive
patterns of our lives too easily
become just that patterns.
But on Rosh Hashana
celebrating that first beginning
and the first man and the
first woman we also think of
the first NEW beginning, after
original failure. If we will it, like
Adam and Eve, we too can begin
- AGAIN.
May all of you have a year of
health and peace, and together
may we begin AGAIN to
create the world of our dreams.
L'shana Tova Tikatevu
Helen Gordon Davis
Sandy Freedman
Davis, Freedman to Address
Business and Professional
Women's Network
We look at the past year and
see the positive steps we and the
community have taken. Yet there
is more to be done. And yes it
can be done with the continued
support and cooperation from the
community.
We would like to wish everyone
a year that is like apples and
honey round, smooth and
sweet.
L'shanah Tovah,
Florida State Representative
Helen Gordon Davis, and Tampa
City Council Chairman Sandy
Freedman, will be the featured
speakers at the Monday, Sept. 24
program of the Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division's
Business and Professional
Women's Network. The dinner
meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.
with cocktails and 6 p.m. dinner
and program. The meeting will be
held at the Tampa Club, NCNB
Building, downtown Tampa.
Cost for the dinner program is
$11.
The evening's topic will be:
"The Impact of Geraldine
Ferraroon Politics, '84."
"We've chosen this topic
because of the timely nature of
this historical political event and
its pertinence to our organiza-
tion," remarked Linda Goldstein,
B & P chairman. "State
Representative Davis and city
Council Chairman Freedman
have made major strides in
women's roles in politics. We're
very pleased to have them speak
on this important issue. A
networking session is also
planned during the evening."
Any working woman who is
interested is invited to attend.
Guaranteed reservations can be
made by calling the Federation
office, 875-1618.


Pe4 The Jewish FloridUn of Tampa Friday. September 21. 1984
Nazi Victim Meets U.S. Liberator 39 Years Late
Capt. John B. Coulston
and PFC Sol. Tannenbaum
were among those in the
U.S. 602nd Tank Destroyer
Battalion who. on April 4.
1945, helped liberate
Ohrdruf concentration
camp located in what is
now East Germany.
Leo Laufer. a camp inmate from
Lodz. Poland, was one of thoae
freed from the threat of death on
that memorable day.
Last meek. 39 years later.
Coulston. now 66. Tannenbaum.
now 65. and Laufer. now 60. met
at the Center for Holocaust
Studies of the Ami-Defamation
League of B'nai B rith
The men embraced Laufer
dabbed at a tear. Coulston and
Tannenbaum. comrades-in-arms
then and New Jersey residents
now. had never met Laufer until
this moment. Or if they had in
the emotional confusion of April
4. 1945 they did not recall.
WHEN THE two-hour
meeting was over, all three men
agreed that, as Coulston put it.
"This get-together after so many
years has made us even more
determined to keep reminding the
world about what happened
under Hitler."
The three were brought
together by ADL after Laufer
asked the Center for Holocaust
Studies for information on the
liberation of Ohrdruf. The Center
is a major educational, teaching
and research facility dealing with
the Holocaust.
According to Abraham H.
Foxman, ADL associate national
director and himself a survivor of
the Holocaust from Poland, "It is
vital that the Center continue to
document the tragedy of the
Holocaust through the eye-
witness accouants of survivors
and liberators while there is
still time to preserve this
historical legacy for future
generations."
ACCORDING TO Coulston. a
retired paint materials
manufacturer form Convent
Station. N.J.. there are "too
many persons nowadays who
deny that the Holocaust ever
took place." Displaying
photographs of dead bodies at
Ohrdruf which he took on
liberation day. he said:
"All of us, Christians and
Jews, have to keep on talking. I
have to tell my children, and my
children will have to tell their
children. Those of us who were
there are getting older. We won't
be around that much longer."
Coulston said, "Etched into
I". '
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HOW IT WAS This is the scene that greeted the soldiers of tfiey entered Ohrdruf concentration camp. The photo wasi
the 602nd Tank Destroyer Battallion on April 4, 1945, when by then-Capt. John B. Coulston.
my brain" was his first im-
pression of Ohrdruf, where 9,000
bodies were found, including
approximately 60 inmates who
were killed in the last moments
before members of the 89th
Infantry Division entered the
camp.
What I saw those bodies
I just couldn't put into words.
I still cant." he said. "I
remember all of us were white
with anger at the Germans. I
have never been so furious at
anybody in my life."
LAUFER. who now lives and
works in Dallas, where he owns a
department store, said he was
"overwhelmed" at meeting the
two liberators of Ohrdruf. whom
he had learned about from ADL
representatives of the Center for
Holocaust Studies while at-
tending a recent gathering of
Lodz ghetto survivors at
Kiamesha Lake. N.Y.
"I owe my life to these brave
American soldiers who beat down
the gates of the camp and freed
us," said Laufer. "For a long
time I wanted to meet some of
them." Echoing Coulston, he
added that it is important for
survivors to perpetuate the
memory of those who died "for
our children, and the generations
who come after."
"Survivors, for some retail
he went on, "don't live long
and so many are passing on
We must keep talking. Espec
G Is who were there and si
like me.
"This kind of persoa
testimony ia vital because I!
articles written by people
Continued on Page 15
Mideast Turmoil
Israeli Leaders' Own Confusion Contributes To It
By ARLEN SPECTER
The turmoil I found in the
Mideast on a recent six-day, six-
country trip was nowhere better
illustrated than in conflicting
judgements expressed by top
Israeli leaders on how to achieve
peace with security. Israel's
resolution of opposing views on
the future of the West Bank may
be the linchpin of both the new
national unity government
combining Labor and Likud and
peace with neighboring Arab
tory for negotiated peace. Hi l
Senator Arlen Spector of Pennsylvania is a member of
the U.S. Senate Committees on the Judiciary,
Appropriations and Veterans' Affairs. He wrote this
article following his trip during the August recess to
Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Oman.
Hi
states.
Outgoing Prime Minister ultimate argument, however.
Shamir stated that because the that retaining the land is vital
West Bank is part of historic Israel's defense.
Israel, it cannot be given up. In LABOR PARTY leader I
addition, his Likud Bloc finances Shimon Peres, the new Prim*
new settlements by Jewish Minister, smarting during mj
pioneers, even in areas heavily visit with him from his surpr*
populated by Arabs, and opposes f^un to win a majority"
dismantling any existing settle- Knesset seats, conceded ton*
ments. These policies virtually Ifi
preclude trading occupied terri- Continued on Page B
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Friday, September 21,1984 / The Jewish FJoridian of Tampa
AUDREY HAUBENSTOCK
iBeep-beep, buzz-buzz, ping-
Lg As you walk down the hall
[the Jewish Community Center
se are the noises you hear
pm the Tapuach (Apple)
tmputer Center.
[This center was made possible
ough the generosity of the
Wilderman Memorial Founda-
on. The Jewish Community
jiter received several grants
Dm this foundation. One grant
given to the Capital Gifts
ampaign to be used for house
hprovements, and a second
hint was received when the
ust was dissolved.
[ This money was used to estab-
fch the Tapuach Computer
iter. With the money from the
r"ilderman Memorial Foundation
Jewish Community Center
irchased five Apple HE
kmputers. Two of the computers
ave disc drive and two have
Winters. There is supportive
quipment for the machines, too.
The computers are being used
the p it-school, Mil lei School of
Jam pa, the after school program,
nd adult classes. On Sunday
ternoons there will be an Apple
fsers Club.
The Wildermans were longtime
fampa residents. The parents,
Abraham and Ida, raised a family
four children, Rachelle, Harry,
rias, and Charles. None of the
liildren married and they seem
have lived quiet, reclusive
|ves. Ozias died in 1934.
Harry was the businessman
[id started one of the first busi-
esses in Ybor City, a boys shop.
Later he moved to downtown
[ampa and opened Wildermans
Joys Shop of Franklin Street.
Charles and Rachelle worked in
he store with their brother.
The store was next to
Thompson McKInnon and Harry
feent his spare time reading the
pock market and buying stock.
The boys' shop flourished and
bo did Harrv's wealth. Wilder-
Settlers'Work
Suspended
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael's Supreme Court has issued a
temporary injunction ordering
suspension of work on a town for
>thodox settlers, Emmanuel, on
northern Samaria in the West
IBank.
The court acted on a request
from a local Arab, who claims
Ownership of the site and who
)ld the high court that its pre-
vious orders halting construction
i>ad not been obeyed. A repre-
.ntutive of the State of Israel
expressed doubt whether the
lilitary commander for the area
could implement the court orders.
That statement triggered ar.
kngry reaction from Justice Meir
shamgar, president of the court,
'ho declared it was unheard of
}hat the area's military com-
mander, who embodies both the
Bgislative and executive powers
the area, would disobey a High
.'ourt of Justice order. He or-
iered the State Attorney to make
fertain the order issued be
landed to all parties involved.
Preferential
Treatment
TEL AVIV (JTA) Just
bnder half of the publk 48.4
ercent think the members of
he Jewish underground in prison
kwaiting trial should receive
[normal" treatment in their
etention, but 38.5 percent
elieve their treatment should be
eferential and better than that
ccorded other prisoners. Just
nder 10 percent thought they
>hould receive harsher treatment,
irding to a public opinion poll
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Micai Solomon (left), computer Mark Belkin in the Tapuach
instructor, Evan Lewis, and Computer Center.
man was a philanthropist and
gave to many worthwhile organ-
izations. He also had an exten-
sive coin collection which was
donated to the University of
Tampa.
When Harry Wilderman died
in 1957 the Wilderman Memorial
Foundation was created by his
will. Through the trust a long list
of bequests was made to many
charitable and religious organiza-
tions.
Besides the Jewish Com-
munity Center, some of the other
local organizations receiving
income from this trust are the
Tampa Jewish Federation, the
American Heart Association,
American Cancer Society, Light-
house for the Blind, Children's
Home, the Performing Arts
Center, the Salvation Army, the
Boy's Clubs, and the Easter Seal
Society for Crippled Children.
The trust also provided for
Charles and Rachelle until their
deaths. Charles died in 1965.
Rachelle lived a very private
life, and when she died, at the age
of 87, in 1981, she was a wealthy
woman. Most of her wealth came
from the good investments of
Harry. Upon her death the bulk
of her money went to local
charities, but her love of Israel
left a substantial amount to the
Weitzmann Institute of Science
in Jerusalem, and the remainder,
$105,000, to Hadassah Hospital.
A room has been dedicated in her
memory at the hospital.
The family is gone and the
trust has been dissolved. In the
words of one of the trustees,
"This is a perfect example of
oeople of wealth using it for the
jenefit of the whole community."
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Hadassah to Host Session On Heritage
Cfrflaatioa a*d the
Jew* will be the topic of study
session hosted by the Tampa
Chapter of Hadassah on
Tuesday. Oct. 9 at 1 pjn. in the
horary of the JCC. All interested
community members are invited
to attend. Coffee and cake will be
served.
Dorothy GarreU. Education
vice president of the Tampa
Chapter of Hadassah. is pleased
that the series and accompanying
study guides have been made
available. Dorothy added that
more study sessions on various
topics of Jewish education have
been planned for the year.
Heritage has been six years in
production and traces 4.000 years
of Jewish history. Public
television will begin airing the
first of the nine segments of
Heritage on Monday, Oct. l.Thia
is the only television series on the
history of the Jewish people. It is
a dramatization of Abba Eban's
book "My People" and the
concept was broadened to show
the relationship between Judaism
and Western Civilization.
Heritage is unique because it
tells the story of a people from
the outside looking in. "This is
not a story of Jewish people from
within, as many histories are."
says Eban, a prime mover in the
venture and chief editorial
consultant. "The emphasis is not
on Jews, but on the mind, spirit
and character of the people with
whom they were in contact."
Jews are only a tiny segment of
the human race, he points out
14 million out of 4.5 billion "Yet
it is one of the mysteries why so
small a group has had such a
resonance in history."
"It is the most ambitious edu-
cational program ever attempted
by a TV station, New York's
VVNET," says Joseph Lowin
Hadassah educational director,
who edited the viewer's guide
"It has two objectives: to teach
Jews the role they played and to
teach the world the Jewish
component in Western culture."
WNET has mounted an
enormous educational campaign
in support of Heritage. Study
guides, courses, readers, and
posters are being published. A
secondary school curriculum will
go to all public and private high
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
pleased to again present a com-
jpte listing of services for the
iigh Holidays 1984-5746. All
nformation has been presented
iy the individual congregations.
Arsons needing additional infor-
iation should contact the
mgregations directly.
CONGREGATION
KOLAMI
3919 Moran Road 962-6338.
S*lichot Services
Saturday, Sept. 22,9 p.m.
Roh Hashanah
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 8 p.m.,
jThursday, Sept. 27, 9 a.m., 7:16
Ip.m. Minca-Tashlich; Friday,
|Sept.28,9a.m.
Shabbat Shuvah
Friday, Sept. 28, 8 p.m., Satur-
day, Sept. 29, 10 a.m.
Yom Kippur
Friday, Oct. 5. 6:46 p.m.,
Saturday, Oct. 6, 9 a.m., 6 p.m.
Minca-Neilah.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
2713 Bay shore Blvd. 837-
1911.
Selichot Services
Saturday, Sept. 22, 9 p.m.,
Havdallah; 9:16-11:15 p.m.
Reception and Program; 11:30
p.m. Selichot.
Roeh Hashanah
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 8 p.m.,
Evening Service, Thursday,
Sept. 27, 9:30 a.m., Shacharit
Service, Friday, Sept. 28, 9:30
a.m., Shacharit Service.
Shabbat Shuvah
Friday, Sept. 28, 6 p.m.,
Evening Service, Saturday, Sept.
29.10 a.m., Shacharit Service.
Cemetery Service
Sunday, Sept. 30, 10:45 a.m.,
Myrtle Hill Cemetery: 11:30
a.m., Beth Israel Cemetery; 12
noon, Rodeph Sholom Cemetery.
Yom Kippur
Friday, Oct. 5, 6:45 p.m., Kol
Nidre Service; Saturday, Oct. 6,
10 a.m. Shacharit Service; 11:15
a.m. Torah Service; 12:15 p.m.
Sermon; 12:45 p.m.. Musaf
Friday, September 21, J984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 7
NOTICE
The deadline for the October 5 issue of the Jewish Floridian of
Tampa is Monday, September 24.
sermon; 12:45 p.m., Musaf "',..
Service; 2:30p.m., Martyrology; Pm- Nedah
2:45 p.m., Yizkor Memorial
Service; 5 p.m., Minca Service;
6:30 p.m., N'ilah Service; 7:35
p.m., Havdallah Service; 7:45
p.m., S ho far.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
3303 Swann Avenue 876-
2377
Yom Kippur
Friday, Oct. 5, 6:46 p.m., Kol
Nidre; Saturday, Oct. 6, 8:30
a.m.; 11:30 a.m. Yizkor Memorial
Service; 4:46 p.m., Minca; 6:15
CHAL AD HOUSE
3620 Fletcher Avenue 977-
8418
Rosh Hashanah
Selichot Service
Saturday, Sept.
Selichot Service.
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 7 p.m
noon, S no far
Thursday
22, 10 p.m.
Rosh Hashanah
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 6:15
p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Evening
Services; Thursday, Sept. 27, 9
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Morning
Services; 2 p.m., Children's
Service.
Cemetery Service
Sunday, Sept. 30, 1 p.m.,
Woodlawn Cemetery; 2 p.m.
Myrtle Hill Cemetery.
Yom Kippur
Friday, Oct. 5, 6:15 p.m. and
8:30 p.m. Evening Services;
Saturday, Oct. 6, 9 a.m. and
11:30 a.m. Morning Services; 2
.m. SchZFTY Creative Service;
p.m., Children's Service; 4
p.m., Afternoon Service; 5:30
p.m., Memorial and Concluding
Services; 7 p.m., Break-the-Fast.
TEMPLE DAVID
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4215
Selichot Service
Saturday, Sept. 22,9p.m.
Rosh Hashanah
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 7:15
p.m.; Thursday, Sept. 27, 8:30
a.m.; Friday, Sept. 28,8:30 a.m.
Shabbat Shuvah
Saturday, Sept. 29,9 a.m.
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Friday, September 21.1984
Heritage-Civilization and the Jews
You are encouraged to watch
"Heritage: Civilization and the
Jews," a nine-part series begin-
ning Monday, Oct. 1.
The history of the Jews is a
history of involvement: with
Near Eastern and Classical civili-
zation in the Biblical period, with
Christendom and Islam in the
Middle Ages, with the nations of
all the earth in modern times. It
is a history as old as civilization
itself, and it is the history of the
involvement of one people with
civilization.
The involvement was total,
complex and reciprocal. It was
total in the sense that the Jewish
people never enjoyed the luxury
of detachment: even when the
intermittently masters in their
own land, that land was the
vortex of all the surrounding
lands and shared their fates.
It was complex in that the
Jewish people, before and above
any other people, experienced the
tension of diaspora and
homeland, a tension ever shifting
but never resolved.
It was reciprocal in that
Judaism took, learned and
borrowed from the civilizations of
other peoples but at the same
time contributed in essential
respects to civilization at all
times and in many different
places.
The interaction of Jewish
history and Western civilization
successively assumed different
forms. In the Biblical and ancient
periods, Israel was an integral
part of the Near Eastern and
classical world, which gave birth
to Western civilization. It shared
the traditions of ancient
Mesopotamia and the rest of that
world with regard to its own
beginning, it benefited from the
decline of Egypt and the other
great Near Eastern empires to
emerge as a nation in its own
right: it asserted its claim to the
divinely promised Land of Israel
and struggled to maintain a
precarious independence there for
a thousand years until forced to
yield to the greater power of
Greeks and Romans.
In the Medieval era Jewish
history took place on a larger
stage, including all of Europe and
the Mediterranean world. Fewer
and fewer Jews were able to
remain on the soil of the Holy
Land itself. For more and more of
them, it became the object of a
prayerful longing while they
sought refuge in all the different
lands of the dispersion.
Gradually the pious hope of an
eventual return to the true
homeland gave way to the more
practical desire to participate in
the life of their new surroundings.
But no matter how deeply the
Jews became involved in the
various lands of the dispersion,
they faced the necessity of being
uprooted agan and again.
They became the classical
examples of a diaspora
population: confined or com-
mitted to intellectual and com-
mercial pursuits; linked to their
co-religionists in other lands
through the bond of a common
faith as interpreted by rabbinic
authority: and ever yearning to
live, or at least to die, in the Holy
Land.
The contemporary pattern of
Jewish life prsents another model
for its interaction with civiliza-
tion. Where previously that life
had been concentrated succes-
sively in Israel and the diaspora,
it is now balanced between the
two.
Israel is once again politically
sovereign, and it commands a
central position within Judaism,
both culturally and emotionally.
But equally significant centers of
Jewish population and hence of
Jewish cultural, religious and
political activity exist in the
United States, the Soviet Union
and other parts of the diaspora.
World Jewry continues to
gravitate towards the rising
centers of world civilization ana
hence to play a part in the
shaping of world events. At the
same time it lives in a creative
tension with the State of Israel.
The interdependence of diaspora
Jewry with Israel on the one
hand and with world civilization
on the other characterizes the
present scene and will no doubt
influence yet other patterns.
whatever the precise shape they
may take in the future.
"Heritage: Civilization and the
Jews'" is educational television at
its best. Be sure to watch the first
of a nine-part series beginning
Oct. 1. at 9 p.m. on Channel 3.
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Congressman Gibbons Addresses
Federation Board of Directors
Friday, September 21.1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 9
Congressman Sam Gibbons
Lpoke to a recent meeting of the
Tampa Jewish Federation Board
J)f Directors upon his return from
Israel where he led a fact finding
nission to establish a Free Trade
^rea between the United States
nd Israel.
Congressman Gibbons was
lelected to the Seventh Congres-
sional District in 1962 and is the
second-ranking member of the
fouse Ways and Means Com-
nittee and Chairman of the
Trade Subcommittee. The deci-
sion to pursue a two-way Free
Trade Area was announced by
President Reagan on November
29, 1983, after an historic
meeting with Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir, during
which they discussed a number of
steps to strengthen strategic and
economic cooperation.
In his remarks to the Federa-
tion leadership, Gibbons said
that Israel's economic security
rests on its ability to be competi-
tive. He was most impressed with
the agricultural and industrial
progress that Israel has made in
a relatively short period of time.
He expressed confidence that the
Free Trade Bill now before
Congress will pass.
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
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Wishing the Jewish Community
a happy and healthy New Year!
from
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As We Begin to Prepare For The High Holidays, We Ask...
Where Will You Be!?!
Whatever, whenever your needsthe synagogues of our community are ready to serve the
complete life cycle of Tampa Jewry365 days a year.
If you are currently not affiliated with one of our community synagogues, The Tampa Jewish
Federation encourages you to accept your responsibility to strengthen your Jewish commit-
ment in Tampa.
Congregation Kol Ami. 3919 Moran Rd., Tampa 33818 982-8338
Congregation Schaaral Zedak, 3303 Swan Ave., Tampa 33809 878-2377
Rodeph Sholom Synagogue, 2713 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 33609 837-1911
Temple David Synagogue, 2001 Swan Avt., Tampa 33808 251-4215

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Judith O. Rosenkranz
President
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Friday, September 21, 1984
Rev. Moon's Paper
Casualty Story Called Tack of Lies'
By PHILIP GILLON
London Chronicle Syndicate
JERUSALEM Israel
has denied a report in the
Washington Times that
nearly 20 percent of the Is-
raeli casualties in the war in
Lebanon in 1982 were the
result of accidents involv-
ing Israeli forces shooting
at other Israelis.
Asked to comment on the
report, Victor Harel, the Israeli
Government spokesman, said
that it was "completely unbal-
anced." No mention had been
made in the report about Israel's
military successes in the war,
including the shooting down of
nearly 100 Syrian aircraft.
"In every war, you can expect
some self-inflicted casualties.
This is inevitable," Harel added.
THERE HAS been no official
comment from the Israel Defense
Forces so far, but earlier, senior
military sources had described
the U.S. newspaper's report as "a
pack of lies."
The sources said that, while
mishaps were difficult to prevent
in a large-scale military operation
like the war in Lebanon, the
figures quoted by the
Washington Times were greatly
exaggerated.
The report was evidently an
attempt to sabotage the strategic
cooperation between the United
States and Israel and to torpedo
the visit to Washington by
Lieutenant-General Moshe Levi,
the Chief of Staff.
The military correspondent of
the Jerusalem Post, Hirsh
Goodman, wrote that, although
there had been some self-inflicted
casualties in the war in Lebanon,
the Washington report was
grossly exaggerated.
MOSHE ARENS, the Israeli
Defense Minister, has warned the
Arabs against believing that the
Israeli Army was not as good as
it was made out to be and not to
indulge in adventurous actions.
Wolf Blitrer has cabled from
Washington on a front page
story in the Washington Times,
which is owned by the Rev. Sun
Muyng Moon's Unification
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Israeli Army as an "inept, undis-
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posed "a more serious danger to
civilians and themselves than to
the enemy."
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given in these documents, ac-
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killed or wounded were victims of
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saying that Israeli soldiers
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fully loaded helicopters, which
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"Army tank and artillery units
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but unaware at their exact
location also accounted for a
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southern end of the Bekaa
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General Aharon Doron New Director of Beth Hatefutsoth
University, Member of the Board University, and member,,
of Governors of Ben-Gurion Israel Olympic Committee
The Nahum Goldman Mnma
of The Jewish Diaspora
General (Res.) Aharon Doron,
who has served since 1979 as
Deputy Director of Beth
Hatefutsoth. was appointed the
Museum's general manager.
Beth Hatefuteoth's first direc-
tor, Mr. Jesaja Weinberg, who
has been responsible for the Beth
Hatefutsoth project since early
1970, and served as director from
the day it opened in 1978, retired
at the end of Jury.
Under Weinberg's guidance
Beth Hatefutsoth has become a
major Jewish-Israeli cultural
center, drawing over 2.25 million
visitors who marvel at its unique
exhibits and take part in the
various cultural and educational
activities offered within its walls.
Beth Hatefutsoth's uniqueness
and its considerable emotional
impact have earned the Museum
a reputation throughout the
entire Jewish world. In response
to repeated requests. Beth Hate-
futsoth has developed a wide
scope of activities that extend
beyond the Museum premises
including travelling exhibitions
throughout Israel and the
Diaspora.
Beth Hatefutsoth has earned a
reputation as a modern History
Museum that utilizes innovative
and sophisticated display
methods. Museum fans from
Europe and North America often
visit Israel in order to learn at
first hand the methods employed
by Beth Hatefutsoth.
Mr. Weinberg's successor.
General (Res.) Aharon Doron was
born in Germany and immigrated
to Israel in 1939 in the framework
of "Youth Aliyah." He was a
member of Kibbutz Yagur until
1949.
His activities in the defense
forces started in 1941, when he
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1948 until 1965 he served in the
Israel Divison at GHO with the
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General Doron received his
MBA from Columbia University
where he studied from 1963-1965.
He was then, until 1975, Vice
President of Tel Aviv University
and from 1975-1978 Advisor to
the Chairman of the Jewish
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He is a past chairman of the
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Continued from Page 4
the Holocaust never really
ened or is exaggerated."
kUFER SAID he now
on the Holocaust
ever he can. He has become
more involved in speaking
[following a 1983 trip to
lh\>.:t/ during which "it was
Irrible again like it happened
Irday." He said he had been
[cerated in seven smaller
put mi ion camps in Poland
I to being sent to Auschwitz
43.
hat took place in these
bs such as Ruchocki-Mlyn,
jding to I.aufer, has never
, been told. "We don't have
reliable estimatea of the
er of Jews who were killed
I these smaller, primitive
ps," he asserted.
these camps had atrocities
II wouldn't even want to talk
It," he went on. "Boys buried
ferusalem Site
lonorsWeiler
|EW YORK (JTA) For
first time in Jerusalem's
Dry, a section of that city has
i named for an American.
i Sunday, Sept. 16, a portion
iiburban Gilo became Kiryat
: Weiler.
Hie dedication of Kiryat
Uer is historic: Never before in
bsalem has an American been
honored by the City of Jeru-
pn." said Teddy KoUek, the
^ s mayor.
his dedication is part of a
It of 120 American Jewish
lers to Spain and Israel. It is
I largest group of American
fish leaders to visit Spain, a
ptry that has no formal diplo-
w ties with Israel. The
won was organized by the
V-Federation Campaign of
Mer New York.
^iler, a New York real estate
1 and philanthropist, has
p the past 40 years in service
Jews throughout the world.
"1 this time, he shied away
general publicity and
nwjent recognition of bis
Now that he has turned 80,
1 Permitting his leadership to
P^ncly recognized.
ne section of Jerusalem that
5 Kjyat Weiler currently
3,000 people and covers
:rw Its population is ex-
to increase to 5,000.
w Weiler is nestled in the
n ridges of Jerusalem and
of the suburb Gik). The
ny was attended by Kollek
dais of the Israeli
nt. as well as by the
enn Jewish leaders.
gliak (center), regional director of B'nai B'rith District
meets with (left) South Florida Congressmen Dante
\ell and William Lehman during his recent visit to the
En's capital. Fascell, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs
mittee, and Lehman, a member of the Foreign Operations
ommittee of the House Appropriations Committee, are
ig Israel's and American Jewry s strongest supporters in
'ongress.
IVictim of Nazis Meets
is American Liberator
alive, scalded to death. When I
went to Auschwitz, it was like
going from hell to heaven. I
know. People are astounded when
I say this. But at least the vic-
tims died quickly at Auschwitz."
TANNENBAUM recalls that
he was among those who went
into Ohrdruf "when they busted
the gates down to get in." He
said what he saw was so terrible
"that there are no words to
describe it. Even a picture can't.
You had to be there." He added:
"The shock of that day didn't
wear off for years and years. You
know, I wasn't able to speak
about it for 15 years. Not one
word."
Tannenbaum, who is a
manager in a clothing firm and
lives in Fairlawn, N.J., said, "I
am doing what I can to make
people realize what took place
because I am worried about what
is happening now. Nazi groups
are rearing their head in Europe
and even in this country."
THE FORMER GI added that
"people must do more to make
sure there will never again be
another Holocaust.
"When I saw those bodies on
the ground at Ohrdruf," Tannen-
baum went on, "I said to myself,
'My people came to America to
escape pogroms. That was
another Holocuast. If they hadn't
come to America, one of those
bodies I saw on the ground might
have been me.' "
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Page 16 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa / Friday, September 21,1964
Economic Crisis
$1 Billion Cut From Israeli Budget
JERUSALEM The
new unity government of
Israel under the premier-
ship of Shimon Peres
waded Sunday into the
dominant problem facing
the nation, the economic
crisis, and ordered an
immediate $1 billion to be
cut out of the national
budget.
Finance Minister Yitzhak
Modai was given instructions at
the first official session of the
new Shamir government to
prepare final recommendations
for the drastic cut. Modai
responded that he expected to be
ready with details of his program
by next Sunday's session.
ISRAEL currently faces a 400-
percent-plus annual inflation
rate. Along with the tl billion to
be trimmed from government
spending, it was also announced
Sunday that the shekel would be
devalued once again, this time by
9 percent. This brings the ex-
change rate from 364 shekels to
397 shekels to the U.S. dollar.
It was understood that the
devaluation move was announced
to stall a run on the dollar, both
by speculators and by jittery
Israelis who are concerned about
their wages and savings.
At the Sunday meeting, Modai
promised that the cuts in spend-
ing would be across the board, so
that the entire Israeli public
would bear the burden equally.
According to earlier reports, the
Modai program will include tax
increases, wage and price con-
trols, and rather significant
reductions in welfare payments.
ALSO UNDER the knife are
government subsidies of food and
other basic commodity prices.
Yediot Achronot speculated
Sunday that price increases in
fuel, electricity, public tran-
sportation and unidentified food
items are scheduled by as much
as 15 percent.
At the same time, it is reported
that Israel is appealing to the
United States for emergency
economic aid in the neighborhood
of $700 million. In the past, U.S.
officials have been sympathetic
to such pleas, but they have
repeatedly warned that emer-
gency aid would have to be linked
to serious Israeli efforts to trim
both governmental and private
spending.
Modai, at the Sunday cabinet
meeting, announced a three-man
committee including himself to
decide on the specific spending
cuts. Named were Prime Minister
Peres and Minister of Economic
Planning Gad Ya'akobi.
Two Arabs Have
Sentences Commuted
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
Israel Arabs, condemned to
death for the murder of a Jewish
hitchhiker in 1980, have had their
sentences commuted to life
imprisonment.
A five-judge military court of
appeals in Lod ruled that the
sentences imposed on Maher and
Karim Yunis, both 26, should be
amended because the death
penalty has never been carried
out in Israel with the sole
exception of Adolf Eichmann.
The prisoners, who are related
and lived in Ara and Arara,
villages north of Hadera, were
convicted of murdering Avraham
Bromberg after they gave him a
lift in their car. They were
escorted from the courtroom
shouting that they were innocent.
IN REVEALING the initial $1
billion reduction in spending,
Modai said it was the first of
others to come.
The $1 billion cut calculates
out to 5 percent of Israel's 120
billion annual national budget.
Modai said that private Israelis
would have to suffer deeper cuts
than that at least 10 percent of
their present standard of living.
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Community Calendar
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Candlelighting lime 7:08 p.m.
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Reception, 9 p.m.
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Workshop SchZFTY meeting JCC Family Dinner, 5 p.m. JCC
;iub Variety Game Night, 8 p.m.
(Monday, September 24
Ijewish Towers Residents'Association Board meeting, 10 a.m.
iTampo Jewish Federation-Women's Division B and P meeting, 6
Ip.m. B'nai B'rith-North Tampa Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, September 25
iTampa Jewish Federation-Women's Division Board meeting,
|9:30 a.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Board meeting, 4 p.m.
iMenorah Manor Founder's Dinner, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 26
lErev Rosh Hashanah
Thursday, September 27
Rosh Hashanah JCC closed.
Friday, September 28
JCC closed Candlelighting time 7 p.m.
Saturday, September 29
Kol Ami Sisterhood Bowling
Sunday, September 30
Jewish War Veterans General meeting, 10 a.m. Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary General meeting, 10a.m.
Monday, October 1
ORT-Tampa Chapter Board meeting, 7 p.m. Jewish Towers
Residents' Association Membership meeting, 7:30 p. m.
[Tuesday, October 2
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Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. Mary Walker Residents Association
Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Board
meeting, 7:30 p.m. Hadassah-Ameet Board meeting, 7:45
p.m.
Wednesday, October 3
ORT-Tampa Chapter Fundraiser, 11 a.m. Rodeph Sholom
Sisterhood meeting, 11 a.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites, 12
noon Tampa Jewish Federation-Women's Division Executive
Board meeting, 12 noon Kol Ami Sisterhood Board meeting,
i 7:30 p.m. Hadassah-Sholom Brandon Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Rodeph Sholom Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Thursday, October 4
ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling, 9:30 a.m. Brandeis Board
meeting, 9:30 a.m. ORT-Tampa Chapter Fundraiser, 11 a.m.
Hillel-USF-UT Area Board meeting, 8 p.m. Kol Ami Executive
Committee, 8:30 p.m.
Friday, October 5
Erev Yom Kippur Candlelighting time 6:52 p.m.
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Saturday, September 22
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Pagel8 ThBjewiahFtoridian of Tampa/Friday, September 21,1964
Senator's Report
Israel Adds to Mideast Woes
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Continued from Page 4
that negotiations with Likud
were deadlocked on West Bank
policy. He maintained that offer-
ing to dismantle at least some
settlements and returning some
jursidiction to local authority
were a prerequisite to peace. He
said, further, that all the land of
the West Bank is not indis-
pensible for Israel's defense.
Ezer Weizman, former Defense
Minister of Menachem Begins
Likud government, who ori-
ginally achieved fame as Com-
mander of Israel's peerless Air
Force, provided a general's view
of this defense issue. Relaxed,
tan, and obviously enjoying his
party's role as part of the-then
likely balance of power in forma-
tion of a new government, he
spoke at length about his vision
of Israel's future. On the West
Bank, however, he was terse and
categorical: the West Bank, far
from being a military asset, is a
serious liability In a conflict, he
said, saving settlers would divert
the Israeli Defense Forces from
fighting the war.
Weizman's most interesting
views, however, were based on
his understanding not of military
forces, but of historical and
economic forces.
RETURNING the West Bank,
Weizman argued, was vital to
restoring the status quo resulting
from the UN mandate and the
Independence War of 1948. Israel
fought, he said, for the rest of
Palestine, and the Arabs to take
back Israel as created by the UN.
Both failed. Both ultimately
accepted this territorial compro-
mise which therefore is essential
to peace.
Reliance on peace-making
rather than war-making was also
required to avert economic
collapse With inflation reaching
400 percent, interest rates
climbing and mass bankruptcies
threatened, defense spending, he
said, must be reduced-vastly and
quickly.
In Weizman's view, Israel
needs long-term peace to redirect
its talent and energy from
defense to banking and com-
puters, to becoming the Silicon
Valley of the Middle East. With-
drawal from Lebanon and return
of the West Bank were therefore
compelled by historical and econ-
omic realities.
BESIDES ISRAEL, I visited
Saudi Arabia. Egypt, Jordan,
Syria and Oman in the Middle
East (and Germany and Italy en
route). Every Arab leader ex-
pressed to me his conclusion that
without a reversal of Israeli poli-
cies on Lebanon and West Bank
settlements, there was no hope
for the peace process.
King Hussein was despondent,
blaming U.S. inability to influ-
ence Israeli policy even on so
small a matter as denial of visas
to West Bank Arab leaders
wishing to attend a PLO
Summit. He showed me a letter
he sent President Reagan earlier
this year pleading for inter-
vention.
The king said their absence
resulted in rejection of Arafat's
authorizing Hussein to negotiate
for the Palestinians. Talking
softly, sadly, he said there was
nothing more he could do. Now
only the Israeli elections or U.S.
initiatives could revive the peace
process.
EGYPT'S President Mubarak
also told me that Israeli presence
in Lebanon was a permanent
block to peace. Like King
Hussein and Prince Sultan, the
Saudi Defense Minister, he urged
termination of military govern-
ment, restoration of civil rights
and movement toward West
Bank autonomy Ahd1 self-
determination.
Since an immediate freeze on
new settlements would be
prerequisite to such reforms, all
complained of the settlements
established even as the Israeli
electorate worked its will.
No Arab leader had any plan
for peace that involved mutual
concessions. All argued in
essence that all the necessary
concessions would have to come
from Israel. Leaders of Israel's
two main parties clung tena-
ciously to long-held policies on
the West Bank. Ezer Weizman,
however, argued for some flex-
ibility.
THE PARTIES are far apart
on the substantive issues, and
they obviously cannot come to
terms unless or until they will
come to the same bargaining
table. Of all the possible "peace"
plans, the Camp David Accord
holds the greatest prospect for
success if the U.S. can persuade
Egypt to resume the peace
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arci Allan Saviet were mar-
August 12 at Congre-
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi
lore Brod officiated.
|e bride is the daughter of
David Gould of Toledo,
|, and the groom is the son of
land Mrs. Elwin Saviet of
Ipa. The groom's grand-
Vrs are Mrs. Julian Saviet of
Miami, and Mrs. Martin
(ofBayonne, N.J.
lie bride's attendant was
|er Tampan Sharon Juris of
iall Park, N.J. Best man was
Shami of Tampa, and
|rs were Sandra's brothers,
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[he bride is the daughter of
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SLICHOS
Pre Penitential Service
Saturday night, September 22nd
A reception will begin at 10 p.m.
ROSH HASHANAH
Wednesday, September 26. 7:15 p.m.
Thursday & Friday. September 27 & 28, 8:30 a.m.
YOM KIPPUR-Day of Atonement
Kol Nidre-Friday. October 5.6:45 p.m
Saturday. October 6.8:30 a.m.
continuing all day until dusk
Yizkor memorial services-Saturday. 11:30 am
Oneg Yom Tov Reception
m lint night of Rosh Huhinth
Poet Yom Kippnr
Break the-Fast following NeiUh-Maariv
Rabbi Samuel mainnqen will chant the holitey
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1984-85 season Friday s
with their production of
Mastrosimone's Extrtn,;^
volatUe and shocking 3
tion of the chain of eveST
occur when an intended.
victim turns the tables J
attacker. "I
The play takes place at J
farm house "between TW
and /?ceton'NJ *3
cornfield meets the hishi
Raul (Billie GUlespie) fast\
his way into the house
savagely attacks Marjorie ii,
Jennewein). After a violent
humiliating sexual confror
Marjorie manages to ovw
her attacker and confine
Marjorie's outrage and hum
tion is turned full force onto]
attacker, whose mocking of |
criinal justice system and *
ingly intimate knowledge .
Marjorie's life, pushes her to]
extreme emotional state.
arrival of Marjorie's roomm.
Patricia (Leslie AnneUtleyh
Terri (Laura Tierney) compw
an already desperately on*
hand situation as Raul man
ates the characters, pitting!
against the other, drawing i,
jealousy and sympathy n|
desperate attempt to turn
against Marjorie.
Extremities, directed by
Playmakers Producing Dii
Mark Hunter, contains .
situations, scenes of violencei
strong language. Due to
content of the first scene,
comers will not be seated
later in the act.
A panel of represenUtni
from the Rape Crisis Center,!
and law enforcement represe_
tives will lead a discussion ont
legal and emotional repercussia.
of rape, after the performance!!
Sept. 28 and Oct. 12. Thedia
sions will be moderated
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Davis.
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Company
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dance company, will perform I
p.m.. Sep^Sl and 22 in *
University Theatre on
Univeraity of South Flond
Tampa campus. The troupe
bring professional modernlOna.
to Tampa as part of the CoU"
Fine Arts Artist Series at U&r
Founded by Wagoner in[*J
the eight-member ensemble
regarded by critics as oneotu
best modern dance compani*"
America. Since its N.Y. dana
Wagoner's company has wuw
the United States and abrc*.
including Scotland's renown*
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Three works choreographed by
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Friday, September 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 21
l0iia," "Stop Stars," and
d This World, Baby
Magnolia" is described
New York Times as a
Uv textured, tantalizing new
[' It is set to the music of
bchalk.
Stars" is a slower,
Cant dance interacting with
ded natural sounds such as
Inbacked whale songs.
^id This World, Baby
features the music of
composer Scott Joplin
the song "Whispering
I," sung by Willie Nelson.
[e 50-year-old Wagoner will
in two of the works;
Ever, he is best known for his
ue choreography, which is
for an earthy sensuality
reflects his West Virginia
family heritage. The
Egest of 10 children, Wagoner
J raised on a farm located
L in the sticks. It was as if
[parents were pioneers," he
Today he lives in a loft in
York City and sleeps in a
bed under hand-woven
kets. This blend of city
iistication and country roots
ilso captured in his choreo-
Ihy.
ISomehow Wagoner has taken
his background and come up
,i an original style, one full of
nor and dance wit that works
ause it comes from a beautiful
jje of movement," a critic for
|Minneapolis Tribute wrote.
X'agoner explains that in
Icing and choreographing he
Ives to move instinctively, to
rify the moves and to trust the
wement to lead him some-
ere emotionally. "We all carry
[geography and history in our
lies. Our faces tell about the
Irney we've made and what we
Ink of ourselves. Any time I go
[move I think the barefooted
puntainness' in me comes right
to the fore and I love it," he
Id.
his dancing career,
kgoner's first major break
pfessionally came when Martha
aham asked him to join her
npany. She was impressed by
strong physique and passion
dance. Over the next four
irs he perfected his technique
then joined Paul Taylor's
nee company in 1960. He
need with the Taylor group for
kht years before forming his
i company.
since the beginning, 15 years
, Dan Wagoner's company
met with critical acclaim for
originality and feeling in its
|ncing. Recently the London
les reported, "Dan Wagoner's
oreOt,-raphic talent is indi-
lual, unpredictable, inspired
as a dancer he is, as always, a
to watch. But as a creator he
even more original and ex-
iTickets for the performances
re available in the University
heatre 1 Box Office until curtain
ne Sept. 21 and 22. Tickets are
available from Select-A-Seat
btlets. Cost is $10.50 for the
kneral public and $8.50 for
ludents. For more box office
Iformation. call (813) 974-2323.
Athletes in U.S.
ForMaccabia
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oup of 45 teen-age Israeli
nletes are scheduled to come to
United States this week to
e part in the North American
|accabia Games to be held in
troit. They will participate in
i fields of gymnastics, tennis,
oe tennis, basketball and
imming. The athletes will be
Companied by five trainers, one
l*ach field; a team manager and
F'e' Milchan, deputy chairman
Paccabi Israel. The Games are
pected to be attended by some
|W athletes between the ages
[1210 16 from the U.S., Canada.
Fope and other areas.
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Friday, September 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 23
Congregations/Organizations Events
BRANDON CHAVURAH
Tikvath Avraham invites you
| to share the joy of this New Year.
Services will be held on:
Rosh Hashanah evening:
I Wednesday. Sept. 26, 8 p.m., at
the Raschkes', 614 Brenda, 681-
5277.
Yom Kippur evening: Friday,
Oct 5, 8 p.m., at the Roos', 510
Lakewood Dr., 689-9236.
Yom Kippur Closing and
Breakthe-Fast, Saturday, Oct. 6,
5 p.m., at the Roos', 510 Lake-
wood Dr., 689-9236. Please bring
a dairy covered dish.
LSHANA TOVA!
WORLD OF ORT
Tampa Evening Chapter
The Donor Luncheon will be
held Sunday, Oct. 14,11 a.m. to 1
p.m., at Avfla Country Club.
Guest speakers will include State
Senator Helen Gordon Davis;
Sandy Freedman, Tampa City
Council Chairperson; and Judge
Barbara Fleischer. The panel will
discuss Jewish Women in
Politics. Please join us for this
very special occasion. Call Jan
Baskin at 962-6823 for further
details. Board meeting will be
held Monday, Oct. 1, 7 p.m., at
Margot Marcadis' home. Please
call Sandy Krasne at 963-1873 for
directions.
TEMPLE DAVID
Slichoth Penitential Service
Temple David will hold its
"Slichoth Penitential Service"on
Saturday evening, Sept. 22 at 9
p.m. with the traditional
"Melava Malkeh Reception."
Tilde Hirsch will be hostess in
loving memory of her husband,
the late Milian Hirsch. A musical
program will follow. Rabbi Mal-
linger will present a pre-Slichoth
sermon, "Make A Choice" He
will also lead in a group discus-
sion of a current subject of in-
terest. This will be followed by
the Rabbi chanting the Slichoth
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
... the study of Torah outweighs all activities
... Congregation Rodeph Sholom is happy to
announce the continuation of our Satellite
Religious School Branches...
Serving Temple Terrace and Brandon...King
High School, 6815 56th Street.
Serving Town 'N Country and Carrollwood,
7010 Hanley Road.
We are proud to reach out to our community;
we believe that every Jewish child is entitled
to a first class Jewish education.
For further membership information, call the
Synagogue office at 837-1911.
2713 BAYSHORE BOULEVARD TAMPA, FLORIDA 33629
Affiliated With The United Synagogue Of America
(813)837-1911
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2713 Bayahore Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33629
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Rabbi Kenneth R. Berger
Cantor William Hauben
Howard Sinsley, Chairman-of-the-board
Louis Morris, President
Rabbi T. Brod, Scholar-in resident
Karen Patron, Principal
Ruby Sugar, Youth Director
Rhoda Givarz, Synagogue Administrator
Judith Dias. Executive Secretary
Wish the Entire
Jewish Community a Healthy, Happy A
Prosperous New Year
Newcommers to our community who desire
High Holiday tickets call 8371911. College
students and military will receive complimen-
tary tickets upon request.
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liturgy and responsive readings.
Rosh Hashanah
The Jewish New Year 5745 will
be ushered in on Wednesday
evening, Sept. 26, 7:15 p.m. with
a traditional Yom Tov Maariv
service. Rabbi Mallinger will
conduct the service assisted by a
chorus. The rabbi will present a
sermon, "Our Quest Life,
Happiness and Peace." An Oneg
Yom Tov reception will be hosted
by sisterhood.
On Thursday and Friday
mornings, the services will begin
at 8:30 a.m. The Rabbi's sermons
will be "Birth-Rebirth-Regene-
ration or Disintegration" and"
"Who was the Second Jew?"
Sabbath of Penitence
The traditional observance of
"Shabbat Teshuva" will be
carried out on Saturday, Sept. 29
at 9 a.m. Throughout this ser-
vice, the theme will be "Repent O
Israel." Rabbi Mallinger will
perform the Torah Reading and
preach on the subject, "Repen-
tence Means Another Chance For
All Mankind."
Yom Kippur Evening
The eve of the Day of Atone-
ment will begin on Friday, Oct. 5
at 6:45 p.m. with the Rabbi and
choir singing the "Kol Nidre."
His sermon will be "A Break
Through or Break Down."
Yom Kippur Day
On Saturday, Oct. 6, Yom Kip-
pur services will begin at 8:30
a.m. and will continue all day.
This will include a complete
Shachrith-Torah Reading.
Sermon will be "Not Merely
Tears But Responsibility." The
Yizkor Memorial Services will be
at 11:30 a.m. with Musaf to
follow. The Pre-Neilah sermon
will be "Open or Closed Doors."
Mincha will begin at 4:45 p.m.
and Neilah at 6:15 p.m. The
Maariv will be at dusk.
Break the Faat
Temple David Sisterhood will
host their "Post Yom Kippur
Break the Fast" on Saturday
evening following Maariv and the
Shofars' "Tekiah Gedolah."
HILLEL FOUNDATION
Jewish Philosophy Course
Jews, Christians and others
who wish to learn more about
Jewish concepts of free will, sin,
soul, good and evil, God and the
Messiah, may enroll in a newly-
developed course on "Jewish
Philosophy" offered through The
University of South Florida's
Weekend College and Hillel
beginning Oct. 2.
The course, taught by Rabbi
Steven Kaplan, Hillel director at
USF, also will cover the differ-
ences in practice and belief
among Orthodox, Conservative,
Reform and Reconstructionist
congregations. Hillel is a national
organization for Jewish college
students.
Although the course is avail-
able on a credit basis and three
credits may be earned, a non-
credit alternative registration is
offered.
For detailed information, call
the Hillel office at 813-988-7076 in
Tampa.
SINGLE PARENTING
CLASS
Northside Community Mental
Health Center will be offering a
parenting course for single
parents. The course is designed
to help single parents develop
effective child management skills
and to improve interactions with
their children in areas such as
communication and interpersonal
effectiveness. Topics such as
talking to children about separa-
tion and divorce, and children's
reactions to divorce will also be
addressed.
The five-week course will be
held at Forest Hills Presbyterian
Church, 709 W. Linebaugh Ave.,
and will begin Wednesday, Oct.
3, from 7-9 p.m. There will be a
$20 fee, however a sliding fee
scale is available. To register, call
977-8700.
STRESS MANAGEMENT
SEMINAR
Shatter the stress syndrome!
Relief is in sight. Everyone at a
certain time in their life needs
help. A stress management
seminar offered by Northside
Community Mental Health
Center can show you positive
action you can take to deal with
the stress syndrome.
The seminar will be held at The
Commons, 14039 N. Dale Mabry,
on Sept. 25 and 26 from 7 to 10
p.m. Fee: $15 per person, $25 per
couple. To register, call Elaine
Kellogg at 977-8700.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAIZEDEK
Memorial Services
At Woodlawn and
Myrtle Hill Cemeteries
The Woodlawn and Myrtle Hill
Annual Memorial Services will be
held Sunday, Sept. 30. Woodlawn
Cemetery Service at 1 p.m.,
Myrtle Hill Cemetery Service at 2
p.m.
This Memorial Service is a
traditinal annual tribute to our
departed loved ones, and it is at
the time of the Holy Days that
we are especially reminded of the
meaning and purpose of the lives
of our beloved. We urge all those
whose loved ones are buried at
either, or both, cemeteries to
participate in this most beautiful
and meaningful service.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Rodeph Sholom will .sponsor
the first High Holiday appeal for
Israel Bonds.
We are proud to announce that
the board of directors of Congre-
gation Rodeph Sholom has
agreed to join well over 1,100
congregations in the United
States to sponsor our first appeal
for Israel Bonds. This will take
place on the first day of Rosh
Hashanah and will enable our
membership to vote yes to
Jewish survival by investing in
Israel's future. Indeed, Tzedakah
is the most important concept of
these "Days of Awe" and we
hope that everyone will partic-
ipate in this worthy cause.
Selichot Eve
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
is the place to be on Selichot Eve.
The night will begin with
Havdallah Service at 9 p.m. fol-
lowed by a social reception to
meet and greet new and prospec-
tive members.
Immediately following the
reception Rabbi Berger will dedi-
cate the plaque in honor of
Rodeph Sholom's founding
members and in honor of our
'' octogenarians.''
After the reception the Israeli
movie "The Dybbuk" starring
David Opatoshu and Peter Frye
will be shown. "The Dybbuk" is a
Sholom Anski classic drama
which is given a new treatment in
a beautifully photographed film
from Israel. This is a mystery of
the supernatural you won't want
to miss.
Immediately following the film
we will enter the Sanctuary for
the beautiful Selichot Service. Be
there. .
Wishing the Jewish Community.
a Happy New Year
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