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pJewisti Floridian
Of Tampa
Volume 6
Number 33
Tampa, Florida Friday, November 16,1984
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Price 35 Cents
Tampa Jewish Federation
Adopts $1.3 Million Goal
'Dex Dexter' to Appear at 'Dynasty' Brunch
The Tampa Jewish Federation
_ I of Directors at its meeting
Oct. 25 adopted a goal of
.1,300,000 for the 1986 Tampa
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign. The 1986 goal
presents the minimum amount
ded to provide for the Tampa
pmmunity. Israel and overseas,
nd national Jewish agencies.
In setting the 1986 goal,
,_npaign leadership led by
jeneral chairman Doug Cohn and
federation President Judith O.
enkranz, held a series of
peetings with major con-
ributors, community agencies,
spoke about the many areas not
yet serviced by the Jewish com-
munity. Doug Cohn led the full
Board discussion that resulted in
the adoption of the final goal.
The goal represents an increase
of almost 30 percent over the
1984 campaign results. It was the
consensus of the Tampa Federa-
tion leadership that with the
growth of the local Jewish com-
munity and the recognition and
understanding of what it takes to
be a total Jewish community,
Tampa would accept and meet
this 1986 Campaign goal.
United Jewish Appeal rep-
resentatives, and the 1986
Campaign Cabinet.
At the meeting, Kenneth Sch-
wartz, Florida Regional Chair-
man of the United Jewish
Appeal, presented the economic
situation in Israel as well as the
programs of the Jewish Agency
and the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee that serve Jewry through-
out the world. President
Rosenkranz reviewed the
meetings with Federation
agencies (Tampa Jewish Social
Service, Jewish Community
Center and Hillel School), and
Braman Art Collection to be
Previewed by Federation Contributors
Aida Weissman and Marcia
Cohen, co-chairmen of "A
Jeweled Performance," have an-
nounced that Michael Nader, the
newest addition to the cast of
ABC-TV's smash dramatic
series, "Dynasty," will appear at
the Women's Division brunch
and fashion show on Dec. 2.
Nader plays Dex Dexter, a
wealthy and powerful mining
engineer who will turn the lives of
Denver's most powerful oil
barons inside-out.
This much heralded event, co-
sponsored by Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division
and Maas Brothers, will feature
recent Emmy Award-winning
fashion designer Nolan Miller's
exclusive "Dynasty" collection of
daytime and evening fashions,
furs and jewelry. Each week on
"Dynasty," Miller creates the
elegant and gracious look for
Linda Evans, Joan Collins,
Diahann Carroll and the other
stars both male and female
of this popular television series.
Dex Dexter
Saturday evening event at
Tampa Museum and Tampa Club
The Major Gifts Contributors
the 1985 Tampa Jewish Fede-
ation-United Jewish Appeal
Campaign will be in for a special
^reat this Saturday evening, Nov.
at the Tampa Museum
eginning at 6:30 p.m.
Beginning with a champagne
ception hosted by Ed and
blossom Leibowitz, the guests
vill have the opportunity to
review the private contemporary
art collection of Irma and Nor-
man Braman, featuring over 50
major works of art by the world's
most notable 20th century ar-
tists-
Following the black tie op-
tional reception and preview, a
dinner will be held at the Tampa
Club. Special guests of honor at
the dinner will be Irma and Nor-
man Braman. Doug Cohn, 1985
Campaign Chairman, has also
announced that Dora Roth of Is-
rael will be in attendance. A
special presentation and
recognition will be given to those
contributors of $10,000 to the
1984 campaign, Cohn reported.
Joan Saul, chair of the
evening's event, and her commit-
tee have promised to make this
one of the most outstanding and
exciting events ever to have
taken place in our community.
Don't Miss Sally Fox ...
Sally Fox, an acclaimed ac-
tress, brings her Jewish Involve-
ment Theatre to Tampa on
Sunday evening, Nov. 18 at 7
p.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek, 3303 Swann Ave.
Sponsored by the Education
Million Dollar Campaign To Aid Innovative Projects
NEW YORK (JTA) Ruth
Abram, president of the New
Israel Fund (NIF), has an-
nounced a million dollar cam-
paign to support a score of inno-
vative projects and organizations
in Israel that deal with civil
liberties, women's rights, Jewish-
Arab relations and other commu-
nity services. These organiza-
tions are vital to Israel's demo-
cracy, but are rarely focused on
by other American Jewish phi-
lanthropies, according to Abram.
The million -dollar campaign
h^eived a maJr booet trom
Edith and Henry Everett of New
York City who have pledged
$300,000, the largest gift ever re-
ceived by the NIF. The thrust of
the NIF, Abram said, is to pro-
vide support for community-
based programs in Israel that are
dealing with social inequities in
new and innovative ways.
It supports those working to
improve Jewish-Arab relations;
helps women and men who are
victims of sexual violence or who
are caught in the complex legal
and religious divorce regulations
in Israel; gives seed money to
neighborhood groups in
Sephardic communities; and
finances one-third of the budget
of the Association for Civil
Rights in Israel, the nation's
largest and most influential civil
rights and liberties organization.
Altogether, close to 100 Israeli
organizations have been helped
by the NIF, either with direct
grants or through Shatil, which
was established by the NIF in
1982 to provide technical
assistance and training to
citizens' action and self-help
organizations, Abram said.
The goals of all these organiza-
tions, she said, is to defend and
improve Isrel's democracy and to
combat anti-democratic mani-
festations such as the rise of
nationalist extremism.
The NIF's fund-raising cam-
paign will include 30 meetings
across the United States between
Thanksgiving and Chanukah in
which the participants will "rede-
dicate themselves to democracy
in Israel," Abram said. Many of
these meetings wul feature a new
30-minute video called "Shaping
Our Future," which was directed
and produced by Carol Polakoff,
whose films have been shown on
PBS and network TV.
Committee of the Young Adult
Division, Fox's performance is
intended to stimulate the
audience into thought-provoking
experiences which reflect modern
day Jewish dilemmas.
Fox's repertoire of characters
will make you laugh, cry, feel and
think. The program is open to the
entire community. A wine and
cheese reception is included in the
price of the ticket.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Tampa Jewish Federation or
at Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
Tickets are $4 in advance and $5
at the door. Please call the Fede-
ration office, 875-1618, for further
information.
i
Young Adult Division is a
division of the Tampa Jewish
Federation serving the young
people of our community between
the ages of 22 and 40 with social,
cultural and educational ac-
tivities.
The .985 Tamp. J.wiah Feder.tioB C^ Cabinet -iBackrou, iFront ^7^ B%
from left) Rhoda Davis, Director, Women's Division; Gary Alter, jJ*''ewun ""
Executive Director, Federation; Charles Weissman, Joel Karpay, Dan usterweu.
Albert, Lee Tobin, and Doug Cohn, General Campaign chairman.
L _..:> r.i.ii.li Federation Golden berg, Dr. Irwin Browarsky, Mickey Franh,
frflS**^. Minneapolis, facilitated a^ solicitortraining workshop ^'^'^^^Campa&i chairman; and Gregory Waksman,
\fr the Major Gifts Division of the Tampa Jewish Federation. Doug Lohn, e* ^ *~ *
Vending, from left) Gary Alter, Executive Director, Federation; chairman of this division.
\Oaid Waksman, Marti Jacobs, Judith Rosenkranz, president, Tampa


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Friday. November 16,1964


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Stadeat* Named ia Scholarship Competition The
Hilsborough County Public School System has named the
students who have qualified as National Merit Semi-Finalists
and National Merit Commended Students in the 1965 com-
petition.
Felice Haaa. a senior at Plant High School, is a commended
student. She is the daghter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Haas.
Steve Levy, son of Mrs. Jill Levy, is a semi-finalist, and David
Kaufman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Barry Kaufman, is a commended
student Steve and David attend Chamberlain High School.
Correction: Berkeley Preparatory School student Stephanie
Verkauf. a commended student in the 1985 National Merit
Scholarship Program, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Barrv
Verkauf
Sisterhood Leaders Attend Convention Five women
represented the Sisterhood of Congregation Rodeph Sholorr. at
the National Biennial Convention of the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism Nov. 11 to 15. They were Claire Levin.
publicity chairman. Branch. Diana Seigel. JFI chairman.
Branch. Judy Schwartz. Sisterhood vice president, and Linda
Blum. Sisterhood president The convention was held at the
Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake. New York.
Some 2.000 Women's League leaders, representing the
200.000 members of 800 Sisterhoods affiliated with Conservative
synagogues in the United States. Canada. Mexico. Puerto Rico
and Israel, attended the five-day gathering.
Kadima Elect 6 Officers Kol Ami Kadima held elections on
Oct 7. The new officers are Eileen Herzog. president: Hilary-
Black, first vice president: Sandra Cross, second vice president;
Evan Shear, treasurer: Naomi Sobel. corresponding secretary;
Dana Appleblatt. recording secretary; and Mark Price.
sergeantt-at-arms They were installed on Oct. 20
Sixtieth Anniversary Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Wilens celebrated their 60th anniversary in Washington. D.C.
on Oct. 26. A dinner party was given in their honor for the oc-
casion. The guests included their daughters. Rebecca Quimby of
Clearwater. Lily Willena of Washington. D.C. Jackie Arons of
Newton Highlands. Mass.. their six grandchildren, two great-
grandchildren, and many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Willens are residents of the Jewish Towers.
Governor Announces Reappointment Governor Bob
Graham has announced the appointment of Paul Buchman of
Plant City to a four-year term the Florida Advisory Council on
Intergovernmental Relations. Buchman is city attorney for
Plant City.
The Council serves as a forum for the discussion and study of
intergovernmental problems to improve coordination and
cooperation among local, state, and federal governments.
Baby line Matthew Ryan was born on Oct. 19 to Jan and
Jeff Bloom. They have two other children. Michael. ~. and
Lauren. 5 The grandparents are Ina and Howard Haubenstock
of Tampa and Mel Bloom of Providence. Rhode Island The
great-grandmother is Lillian Weinberger of Tampa.
A daughter. Leslie Beth, was born or Sept. 27 to Phyllis and
Marc Rogoff. The grandparents are Virginia and San ford Cohen
of Columbus, and Harold Rogoff of New Port Richey. and the
late Lillian Rogoff.
Betsy Rose was born on Oct. 13 to Amy and Robert Scherzer.
The grandparents are Barbara and Md EUerof Harrisburg. Pa..
and Esther and Herman Scherzer of Maplewood. N.J.
A son. Bruce Samuel, was born on Oct. 27 to Mary and Ted
Kramer of St. Petersburg They have three other children.
Bobby. 10 Rebecca. 6. and Jennifer. 6. The grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Friedman of Tampa.
Student Notes Mark Smith, son of Irving and Bunny
Smith, won the men's singles division of the intra-mural tennis
tournament at Hillsborough Community College. Mark is also a
member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society where he is assistant
vice president and parliamentarian. A 3.5 grade point average is
required for membership in the society. His other ex-
tracurricular activities include an appointment by HCC Student
Government as Students Rights Representative and treasurer of
the business fraternity. Phi Beta Lambda.
YAD's Opening Event A Success! .On Sunday evening,
Oct. 28 at the Pine Lakes Condominium Clubhouse over 100
adults (aged 22 through 401 celebrated the opening event of
YAD. the Young Adult Division of the Tampa Jewish
Federation. Guests were welcomed and given a brief in-
troduction to YAD and Federation by Jan Baskin and Don
Weinbren. Baskin and Weinbren led the gathering in renewing
old friendships and creating new ones by initiating an "ice
breaker'' game. All in attendance agreed that the evening was a
success, thus giving Leslye Winkelman, Bob Schoenberg, Dan
Albert, Don Weinbren, Barbara Baskin, Steffani Margolis and
Jan Baskin a deserved reward for their long hours of planning
and preparation. Jan Baskin. summing up the event, said. "We
are very pleased and excited about our first event; we look
forward to seeing many new members at the next YAD event as
well as those in the coming months."
Menorah Manor Building Fund
Passes 80 Percent
Ted P. Wittner, Board '
Chairman of Menorah Manor, re-
cently announced that the
Capital Building Fund has gone
over the 80 percent mark of its t6
Weddings
k / F*B
Afrs. Richard Polsky
POLSKY-JACOBSON
Elissa Newman Jacobson and
Richard N. Polsky were married
on Oct. 21 at the home of the
bride's parents. Rabbi Jacob
Luski of Congregation B'nai
Israel in St. Petersburg of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Newman
of Tampa. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Polsky of
St. Petersburg.
Maid-of-honor was the groom's
sister. Regina Polsky. of St.
Petersburg.
The couple is residing in St.
Petersburg.
Mrs. Mark Givarz
GIVARZ-ENGLANDER
Alyce Lorraine Englander and
Mark David Givarz were married
on Nov. 4 at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
Berger and Cantor William
Hauben officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Edith Kopaczewski of New Port
Richey. and Saul Englander of
Milford. Conn., and the grand-
daughter of Rose Englander. The
groom is the son of Alan and
Rhoda Givarz of Tampa, and the
grandson of Lee Bresner of
Tampa.
The bride's attendants were
Sheri Lynn Englander of Milford,
maid-of-honor; and Lori
Williston of Milford, Cathy
Givarz of Atlanta, and Leanne
Griffin of Clearwater.
Best man was Dr. Gary
McCready of Salisbury,
Maryland; and groomsmen were
Jay Givarz of Tampa, Mark
Englander of New Port Richey,
and Kevin Sturm of Baltimore.
The wedding reception was
also held at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom.
Alyce and Mark spent their
honeymoon in Hilton Head.
South Carolina, and are residing
in Tampa.
million campaign. "We are very
pleased with the response on
behalf of our elderly, though
there is still much more to be ac-
complished," stated Wittner in
describing the progress of the
single largest fund raising effort
in this community.
Menorah Manor, sponsored by
the Jewish Communities of
Central West Florida, is the only
philanthropic Jewish Home on
the West Coast following the
dietary laws of Kashruth, with
emphasis given to Jewish reli-
gious and cultural observances.
The Home, which will serve 120
residents, should be opening in
early 1985.
President Irwin Miller issued a
community-wide ap. eal for even
broader financial support in the
weeks ahead. "In only a few short
months. Menorah Manor will
truly become a reality! W
Jewish communities) will 1
have our 'Home for J-*
Living.' He stressed that Jo
is the time, and a unique i
tunity and privilege, far
community member to join m
who have already conunitt*j
this much needed service."
through the support of
family can the campaign bean
pleted by the time the first ~
idents join the Menorah Mm,
family."
There are a number of dedi|
tion opportunities available u <
way of providing a lasting tr
for generations to come.
For further informitia
contact either Edward
Vinocur. executive director, ol
Adele Lurie. director of develop I
ment. at 18131 345-2775.
A Thanksgiving Thought
By STEPHEN D. STEINER
Executive Director
National Conference
of Christians and Jews
After the bitter winter of 1621
and the gathering of the harvest,
Gov. William Bradford of
Plymouth Colony issued a
thanksgiving proclamation for
the survival of the first American
colony.
After the bitter 1984 presiden-
tial campaign, that same pro-
clamation can be made today. In
1984 we can be thankful to have
survived the slogans, the rhetoric
and especially the media cover-
age. But as Jews, we need to
heighten our "survival skills" for
future winters of church-state
issues.
Thanksgiving is the perfect oc-
casion to help clarify the religion-
in-politics phenomenon. Because
while Thanksgiving is our coun-
try's only national historical-
religious holiday, it is celebrated
by all members of society
Christians, Jews. Buddhists and
others. Thanksgiving is
"pareve." it's safe for our cel-
ebrating because it represents tk|
beliefs and values we share wit
the Foundirg Fathers and
Americans thanks to God I
our bounty, land and liberty.
This autumn celebration.]
uniquely North American, is il
happy marriage of democratic!
ideals and religious principles.
While celebrating this event,!
let us at the same time be vigilant
to the dangerous partnership of
governmental powers and ret'
gious authority in our country.
Prayer in schools, nativity sceoa I
on public grounds, government
investigations of church recordi
add up to an alarming pattern of I
state's challenges to religious |
autonomy and liberties.
As American Jews we happily I
mingle our religious beliefs and
values with those of our demo
cratic ideals. Also as American
Jews, we know not to mingle the
authority and power of govern-1
ment with those of religiouj
bodies. On Thanksgiving Diy|
1984 it will do us well to remem-
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Friday, November 16,1984 / The Jewish Ftoridian of Tampa Page 3
The Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division
recently held a very successful Fall Shalom-
Tampa Newcomer get-together at the Country
Woods Apartments Recreation Center. Pictured
above from left are Bill and Shari Chrysler, Mel
and Rita Garyn, Sam and Mae Auerbach and
Cynthia Wolov.
Nolan Miller
I
Lili Nesher
serrations Being Accepted
For 'Dynasty' Brunch
Invitations have been mailed
lor "A Jeweled Performance,"
lampa Jewish Federation
Vomen's Division's 1985 cam-
aign brunch and fashion show,
o be held on Dec. 2 at Maas
Mothers Westshore Plaza.
Admission to this glamorous
fevent has been set at $18 with a
jiinimum individual commitment
M $150 to the Federation, pay-
able at any time during the 1985
ilendar year.
The keynote address of the
.norning will be delivered by Lili
Nesher, former member of the
Israel Foreign Ministry and
active participant in the Soviet
Jnderground movement during
A'orld War II. Mrs. Nesher, wife
of Arveh Nesher, former director
Jof the Israel Peace Corps, has
held previous audiences captive
with tales of her personal expe-
riences.
The fashion show, featuring
world-renowed designer Nolan
Miller's collection of fashions,
furs and accessories from the
popular television series
"Dynasty." will be co-moderated
by Miller and Michael Nader,
"Dynasty's" Dex Dexter.
Elaine Newman and Linda
Zipkin, Maas Brothers
executives, have announced the
donation of two exciting door
prizes a Gucci watch from the
Fine Jewelry Department and a
"Dynasty" outfit from the
Designer Dresses Department.
Because Women's Division has
been advised that seating is
limited to only 175 women,
reservations will be accepted
strictly in the order received.
Shalom Committee welcomed new Tampans to
the Fall get-together. Pictured are Ileft to right)
Committee members Ruth Klein, Marlene and
Ralph Steinberg, Mort Klein, and newcomer
Robert Berlin.
Newcomers welcomed to Tampa recently by
committee members were (left to right) Mark
Seelia. committee member, Michael and Jackie
Kalson, Robert Berlin, Robert Winter and
daugthter, and committee members Gary Harris
and Marcia Sacks.
Sobbe Karpay
Blossom Leibowitz
Karpay and Leibowitz to Head
Lion of Judah Division
Shalom Committee members planned a warm and
entertaining welcome for over 75 new Tampans.
Shown are (left to right) Rhoda Davis, Women's
Division Director, Harriet Cyment, David
Rusnak, who performed Jewish music alpng with
Malcom Issak, co-chairmen of the event, Trudy
Harris and Harriet Seetig.
Alice Rosenthal. 1985
^omen's Division Campaign
-hairman, has announced the
appointment of Bobbe Karpay
and Blossom Leibowitz to co-
chair the Women's 1986 Lion of
|Judah Division.
"We are so delighted to have
I the expertise of these two women.
IBoth have been in key leadership
[positions over the years and are
[wonderful to work with their
lenthusiasm and excitement in
I working and volunteering on
I behalf of this community is con-
tagious. The Lion of Judah Divi-
sion is for women who make a
yearly commitment of $5,000 and
I above to the Women's Division
Campaign," added Rosenthal.
Bobbe, married to George
Karpay, was co-chairman of the
Women's Division Campaign for
the past two years; she's been in-
volved in the Federation and
Women's Division for many
years. She and her family belong
to Congregation Schaarai Zedek
and Congregation Rodeph
Sholom. The Karpays have four
children and one grandchild.
Blossom, married to Edward
Leibowitz, has also been active in
both Federation and Women s
Division. She is also chairman of
The Endowment Committee for
Women's Division. The
Leibowitzes have two children
and belong to both Congregation
Schaarai Zedek and Rodeph
Sholom.
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High School in Israel
Les Barnett Elected New
TOP Foundation President
The Tampa Jewish Federation
is joining with communities
throughout the country in spon-
soring High School in Israel.
Judith 0. Rosenkranz, presid-
ent of the Tampa Jewish Federa-
tion, said. "This is really an
exciting program for the students
in our city. These juniors and
seniors in high school are being
offered an eight week academic
study course geared to improving
their study skills in preparation
for college level work and to
provide them with experiences
that wul foster Jewish identity."
The students will receive high
school and college academic
credit for this course work.
Participating students will re-
ceive a S500 scholarship from the
Tampa Jewish Federation and a
grant from the Israel govern-
ment. Locally the program is
partially funded by grants
through TOP Jewish Founda-
tion.
Rabbi Morris Kipper, execu-
tive director, and Felice
Traktman, director of admis-
sions, will be in Tampa Nov. 29 to
meet with the Tampa Jewish
Federation Board of Directors
and to interview people inter-
ested in the part-time job of
administrator to coordinate the
High School in Israel in the
Tampa area.
In 1972. Rabbi Morris Kipper,
former rabbi of Temple Judea in
Coral Gables, met with a group of
Florida educators to organize a
program that would help Jewish
Community Calendar
,----------16
Candlelighting ime 5:17 p.m.
Hillel Sc*oo' "G.'-of Gold." 8 p.m.
11
Kol Ami Men's Club Brunch Community Book Fair B'noi B'nth
Annual Awards Dinner. 6 pm. JCC Club Variety
------19
Hodossah-Tompa Chapter Supplies lunch and Donor Kick-off. 10
a.m. Schaarai Zedek Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Tua&a;,NMnfar20
ORT-Bay Horizons general meeting. 10:30 a.m. ORT-Tampa
Chapter mee'ng, 7 p.m.
nMwdby, riwuiur 21
JCC Lunch Bunch. 10 a.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites, 1 2 noon
Kol Ami Sisterhood Board meeting, 7:30 p. m.
lNnd*,fewnfar22
Thanksgiving Day JCC closed Schaarai Zedek Joint
Thanksgiving Services at Polma Ceia United Methodist Church,
10a.m.
Fntbf, NoverAer 23
JCC All Day Children's Program Candlelighting time 5:15 p.m.
---------25
Kol Ami Flea Market. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jewish War Veterans
general meeting, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood Hanukah Book
Fair, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary general
meeting, 10a.m. JCC Family Dinner, 5 p.m.
Jewish Towers Resident*. Association Board meeting, 10 a.m.
Tampa Jewish Federotior, Business and Professional Women's
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teenagers discover their root* The TOP Jewiah Foundation
and forge their link to the State heid its annual meeting on
of Israel. Thus the idea of a High Monday, Oct. 8, at Bentley s
School in Israel was born. Restuarant in Clearwater, Fla.
The school is located at the TOP is the endowment gift
Moaenson^g^nal High School d.^**. *
in Hod Ha' Sharon, a northern Jewiah Federatwn as well as tor
"uburb of Tel Aviv. Students are the other P^'X?ndTineUas
housed, fed. and attend classes ties of Orlando and Pinellas
on the high school campus. County.
At the annual meeting trustees
The key to this program is us- were appointed by each Federa-
ing Israel as a living textbook. tk>n president to serve for one
There are five eight-week ses- and two year terms. Judy
sions during the course of a one- Rosenkranz. president of the
year period. The 48 class days are Tampa Jewish Federation, ap-
divided into two halves. About 20 pointed Blossom Leibowitz.
George Karpay and Marvin
Aronovitz to serve on the TOP
board for one year terms and Les
Barnett and Bill Kalish to serve
for two year terms.
In addition to the appointment
of trustees, officers were elected
by the board. Les Barnett was
elected to serve as the new TOP
Jewish Foundation president.
Barnett is no stranger to leader-
ship positions. He served as the
Tampa Jewish Federation's cam-
paign chairman in 1982 and is
currently the president-elect of
the Tampa Jewish Federation.
Les has been a representative on
the TOP Foundation board from
sessions are spent on campus
reading, discussing and writing
on the different periods of Jewish
history. The remainder of the
sessions are spent in the field
visiting the historic sites. All the
work is in English.
In addition to the regular
course of study, individual in-
struction is offered in math-
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language. The students request-
ing such help are asked to bring
their class plans and textbooks
from America. All the teachers
are American and hold advanced
degrees.
Readers Write
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
For 10 years now. I have had
the special opportunity to sing
with, and for the past four years,
coordinate the choir for the High
Holy days at Congregation
Rodeth Sholom. This enriching
experience has been under the
able direction of Hazzan William
Hauben to whom the singing of
the prayers has been entrusted.
This sensitive and knowledgeable
man, who sings from his soul, has
such a love of the ta'amim that he
is able to improvise so beautifully
and inspirat tonally on the prayer
motifs. Indeed, Rodeph Sholom
is fortunate to have a man who is
so adept at his art that he can
have an impact upon the com-
munity at large with such a high
quality of musical experience.
This year marks Cantor
Hauben s 15th year at Rodeph
Sholom and the effects of his
tenure are felt in the lives of
young and old, Christian and Jew
alike, in the Tampa Bay area.
From my point of view as a
Christian Anglo Saxon, who
loves the Jewish heritage and its
beautiful music from the Pen-
tateuch; and the fundamental
compositions of Lewandowski. to
semi-religious music and folk
songs, the service of the High
Holy days is an event I work
hard for and to which I look
forward each year.
This year the choir had an
integral part in the very
meaningful worship experience,
the first of its kind in this area.
Because of Cantor Hauben's wide
range of knowledge, and his large
collection of Jewish repertoire
(the largest library in all of
Central Florida), the choir was
able to present the classics of
composers of the 19th Century
and to present the influence of
20th Century Jewish composers.
Many different countries were
represented ranging from the
music of Russia's Nowakovski,
Germany's Lewandowski,'
Vienna's Zultzer, France's
Naumburg, Poland's B. Shorr.
England's S. Alman, Israel's
Naomi Shetner, to America's
Helfman and Goldfarb. Last
year, the composition of Naomi
Shemer won first prize at the
International Israeli Festival in
Paris.
The services were alive with
the musk of Jewish prayer in-
fluenced by different periods,
geography, interpretations,
mode, and style reflecting the
way Jewish people pray all over
the world. To sing is to celebrate
in song to sing this very
unique legacy passed down
through the ages from one Jew to
another is a spiritual experience.
What a wonderful privilege for
me to have a part in this
phenomenon to share this
beautiful intimate "harmony of
the world."
Dale Johnson
Les Barnett
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January, 1961.
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Orlando, Vice President. Legal I
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Friday, November 16,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 5
Bar /Bat Mitzvah
EFFREY FELDMAN
Loui9 Feldman, son of
yn Feldman and Alan
in will lead services
, evening Nov. 23 at 8 p.m.,
* called to the Torah as a
ilitzvah on Saturday morn-
[Nov. 24 at 10 a.m. at
tgation Rodeph Sholom.
Ii Kenneth Berger and
br William Hauben will of-
celebrant is a student in
fkodeph Sholom Religious
ol and is active in Kadima.
attends Franklin Junior
School where he is in the
nth grade.
rs. Feldman and Mr.
an will host an Oneg
jibat Friday evening and a
lush luncheon following the
day services. A party will
held Saturday evening in
don at Center Place for
by and close friends.
rial guests will include Ms.
Avchin, Littleton, Co.; Mr.
Mrs. Harold Tyber and
y, Englewood, Co.; grand-
nts Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
ntraub and Mr. and Mrs.
r)ey Feldman, Jacksonville;
Mr. and Mrs. David
ntraub. Shelly and Jonathan,
ksonville. Other special
Its will be Mr. and Mrs. Allen
an. Mr. and Mrs. Willie
enblatt. and Mr. and Mrs.
tin Weisstein, Jacksonville;
land Mrs. Lister Wolff, Mr.
Mrs. Herman Greenewalt,
ndo; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
|, Port St. Lucie; Mr. Robert
Iman, Minneapolis; Mr. and
} Alex Milt, Mr. and Mrs.
Perling. Heather and Adam,
and Mrs. David Cerny and
r)iel, Ms. Dara Siegel, Atlanta;
and Mrs. David Liner, New
Richey; Mr. and Mrs. Robin
nberger, Sarasota; and Mr.
Mrs. C.J. Saltanan, North
ii Beach.
STEPHEN IGLESIAS
lephen Vincent Iglesias, son
I Dr. and Mrs. Francisco
pias. will be called to the
i as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov.
|at 11 a.m. at Congregation
laarai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
Idheim and Rabbi Joan Glazer
Iber will officiate.
jtephen is in the eighth grade
fhe Schaarai Zedek Religious
1 and a member of the
Hor Youth Group. He is an
or student at Berkeley Prep-
|tory School. Last year
phen won first place in the
Science Division in Tampa
Private Schools Science
r He was also given a special
>rd for outstanding achieve-
in Inter-School Science
friends of the family will host
Oneg Shabbat following
["ty evening services, and Dr.
I Mrs. Iglesias will host a
pptn in honor of the occasion
Saturday evening at the
tt Regency Hotel.
[Pf'al guests will include
fdparents Mr. and Mrs.
[vin Butler of Tampa; uncle
I aunt Dr. and Mrs. Larry
L m ampa: UMn. Mr. and
, Marty Agran, Brent and
. LHjcago; great aunt, Mari
Henthal, N.Y.; special
*\ Dr-wi Mrs. Alan Rich-
Daniel and Sarah. Ocala;
iimanZ aunta- und ""*
fton, and California.
STACY 8HOR
Stcy Shor, daughter of
iulley and Jolene &*">*>wU1 *
fed to the Torah as a Bat
atzvah on Nov. 24 at 10 a.m. at
ingregation Kol Ami. Rabbi
Fah Fish will officiate.
Ptacy is an honor roll student
1 le seventh grade at Nathan
I ioung Junior High School
Pere she is enrolled in the Gifted
[ogram. She attends the
fbrew High School at Kol Ami
f '8 a member of the Kadima
Youth Group. Stacy's interests
include piano and swimming and
she has been a member of the
Carrollwood Village Swim Team
for the past four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Shor will host the
Friday night Oneg Shabbat and
Saturday Kiddush luncheon. A
dinner dance will be held in
Stacy's honor Saturday evening
at Kol Ami.
Stacy is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M.
Oppenheim of Baltimore, Mary-
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin
M. Shor of Clearwater, Florida.
Out of town guests from Mary-
land, Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Connecticut, and New York will
join Stacy and her family in cel-
ebrating this simcha.
A Sunday brunch will be given
for the out of town guests by Mr.
and Mrs. Gary Harris and Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Seelig.
ROBERT ALTUS
Robert David Altus, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Philip Altus, will parti-
cipate in services Friday evening,
Nov. 16, and be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov.
17 at 10 a.m. at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
Berger and Cantor William
Hauben will officiate.
Robert attends Rodeph
Sholom Religious School and is a
member of Kadima. He is in the
eighth grade at Coleman Junior
High School where he parti-
cipates in Math League and
Debate Club. Robert's interests
include sports and commercial
aviation.
Special guests who will cel-
ebrate with Rob include his
grandparents, Lee Schoendorf
and Harold and Cynthia Altus,
and many aunts, uncles and
cousins, inluding Charlotte and
Martin Fainblatt, Susan and
Jeffrey Rudnick, and Charles
Schoendorf.
Mrs. Schoendorf will host a
Shabbat dinner in her grandson's
honor. Dr. and Mrs. Altus will
host the Friday night Oneg
Shabbat, the Saturday morning
kiddush luncheon, and a
Saturday evening reception at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel in then-
son's honor.
L. DAVID GAFFNEY
Lawrence David Gaffney, son
of Nancy L. Gaffney and Charles
S. Gaffney, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov.
17 at Congregation Kol Ami at 10
a.m. Rabbi Judah Fish will of-
ficiate.
David is a graduate of Kol
Ami's Religious School. He is in
the seventh grade at Pierce
Junior High School. David plays
soccer for the Eagle Snack
"Sting" which has been State
Cup Champion for the last two
years.
Mr. Gaffney and Mrs. Gaffney
will host the Oneg Shabbat
Friday evening and the Kiddush
luncheon following Saturday
services.
There will be many out-of-town
guests.
JENNIFER SCHWARTZ
Jennifer Elissa Schwartz,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
Schwartz, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on Nov.
17 at 11 a.m. at Congregation
Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
Sundheim and Rabbi Joan Glazer
Farber will officiate.
Jennifer is a student in the
Schaarai Zedek Religious School
and is a member of Junior Youth
iGroup. A high honors student.
she is in the eighth grade at
Berkeley Preparatory School
where she is a member of the
Spanish club and the PEP Club.
The Friday evening Oneg
Shabbat will be hosted by
Barbara Goldman, Judy Hazan,
Marian Winters, Gloria
Berkowitz, Donna Pollet. Beverly
Boas, Alice Rosen thai and
Marilyn Farber. Dr. and Mrs.
Schwartz will host the Kiddush
luncheon and a reception
Saturday evening at the Tampa
Marriott Hotel. They wul also
host a Sunday morning brunch
for out-of-town relatives.
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j>age 6 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa / Friday, November 16,1984
Congregations/Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
New Merchandise Bazaar
We at Rodeph Sholom Syna-
gogue are pleased to invite you to
a "first" for our synagogue.
On Dec. 8. 9. and 10. we will be
hosting a New Merchandise
Bazaar in our synagogue Social
Hall. We have gathered new mer-
chandise from all over the United
States for this event. There will
be marvelous buys on clothing,
housewares. novelties. food,
jewelry, and books. We are even
going to have a White Elephant
Booth.
We invite you to bring your
friends and neighbors and par-
take of these wonderful bargains
before the holiday season begins.
The hours are Dec. 8, 7-10 p.m..
Dec. 9. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.. Dec. 10. 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Mark your calendars
with this weekend and don't miss
this chance to save money and do
your holiday shopping at the
same time!
New Members Shabbat
On Nov. 30 New Members of
Rodeph Sholom for the year of
1984 will be honored at a Shab-
baton Dinner and Services after-
wards. Invitations have been
mailed.
Rabbi Brod To Head
Adult Education
"The Kabbalist And
His Teachings"
On Nov. 11.. at 11 a.m. at
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Theodore
Brod conducted the first of three
weekly classes on Jewish Mys-
ticism. All adults interested in
furthering their Jewish education
are encouraged to attend the rest
of the series.
HADASSAH
A meet Chapter
Essen and Fressen
Our Fourth Annual Essen and
Fressen will be held Tuesday.
Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. in the recrea-
tion room of the Carlton Arms
Apartments. 6900 Concord Drive
(south of Waters, off Himesl. In
recognition of Jewish Book
Month. Sandy Brusin will
present a program about recent
books on the market. Members
are encouraged to bring spouses
and guests. The cost is $5 per
person and a covered dish, reser-
vations and menu planning
(important) by Merna Evenson.
phone 961-9383.
Worker registration for
Hanukkah and Christmas gift-
wrapping has begun. Sign up to
work by calling Alma Black,
phone 963-3524. We will be
wrapping again at the Westshore
Mall. Wednesday, Dec. 19,
through Monday, Dec. 24 (ex-
cluding Shabbat).
Sunday. Dec. 9 is very special.
It is Hello Hadassah Sunday in
Tampa. We will be having an
evening social with members,
spouses and guests at the JCC at
7:30 p.m. Wear your dancing
shoes!
Tampa Chapter
Hadassah
Supplies Luncheon
Hypnosis will be the topic of a
speech by Michael P. Stevens.
Ph.D.. at the supplies luncheon
held by the Tampa Chapter of
Hadassah on Monday, Nov. 19 at
the Diplomat Condominiums.
2611 Bay shore Blvd.. at 10 a.m.
The uses of therapeutic hyp-
nosis to help patients stop certain
habits such as smoking, over-
eating, and nail biting or to
control pain will be explained by
the guest speaker who has been a
practicing psychologist in Tampa
for several years.
Judy Tawil and Nina Bernstein
are co-chairmen of this event.
Please make reservations with
Dorothy Skop at 839-0167 or
Freda Rosenbauai at 879-3244.
Donation is *8. with members re-
ceiving $5 donor credit. Eye
banks (dimes) may also be used
as part of donation. Persons who
cannot attend the luncheon but
would like to help purchase sup-
plies for the Hadassah Hospitals
may send donations to Sylvia
Gertzman. 3823 Vasconia.
Tampa 33629.
Committee members for this
event include Rebecca Baron.
Ellie Fishman. Nancy Mizrahi.
Lil Bregman. and Dorothy Skop.
Two door prizes will be given
away.
Members are invited to join the
study group which will meet for
45 minutes after the luncheon to
discuss the remaining episodes of
the Heritage: Civilization and the
Jews series that has been airing
on Channels 3 and 16. Dorothy
Garrell. Education vice president
will lead the session.
HILLEL S
GIFT OF GOLD
Over the past several weeks
the Parents" Association of the
Hillel School of Tampa has been
conducting its annual fund-
raising event. The Gift of Gold,
which will climax his vear on
Saturday evening. Nov. 1" at
Congregation Kol Ami with a
dinner and awards. The Gift of
Gold is the Parents' Associa-
tion s only major fund-raising
event.
The cost of education for each
child attending the Hillel School
is only partially covered by the
current tuition and fees." For-
tunately. Hillel's many friends in
the community show their
support by participating in this
event.
Gift of Gold tickets may be
purchased for a $100 donation to
the school. Do this mitzvah and
help ensure the future of Jewish
education in Tampa. To partic-
ipate in this event please call the
Hillel School. 875-8287.
MARY WALKER
APARTMENTS
Bernard Freund. president of
the Mary Walker Apartments
Residents Association, an-
nounced a Thanksgiving dinner
to be held at the residence Tues-
day. Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m.
Dinner will be free for all the
residents. $5 for all guests.
CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
New Members'
Oneg Shabbat
At Friday evening services on
Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. Congregation
Kol Ami will welcome its newest
members to the congregational
family. The congregation will co-
host the Oneg Shabbat following
services in their honor. During
the Oneg Shabbat a small gift
will be presented to each new
family who has joiiied Kol Ami
since this past summer.
Nov. 25 Congregation Kol
Ami Sisterhood will hold its first
Annual Flea Market at Con-
gregation Kol Ami's parking lot.
3919 Moran Road. Between the
hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Rain
date will be re-scheduled)
Nov. 30 Congregation Kol
Ami's Religious School Hebrew
Level III class will conduct serv-
ices at 8 p.m. They will be co-
hosting the oneg following serv-
ices.
Dec. 9 Congregatioin Kol
Ami will be hosting a brunch in
honor of Allan Fox. The brunch
will be held at Congregation Kol
Ami. 3919 Moran Road, from 11
a.m.-l p.m. It is our opportunity
as members of Kol Ami to convey
our appreciation to Allan for his
devotion and care over the years
and our pride in having him as a
part of our congregational
community.
Nov. 25. Dec. 2 and 9 Con-
gregation Kol Ami Sisterhood
will be having their annual
Hanukkah book fair each Sunday
at 9 a.m.-l p.m.
Adult Education
Congregation Kol Ami Adult
Education classes will be held on
Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 p.m. on Basic
Judaism and 8:45-9:45 p.m. Be-
ginning Hebrew of Learning how
to chant a Haftorah. All classes
will be held at Kol Ami, 3919
Moran Road.
Also additional classes on Sun-
day mornings 10-11 a.m.
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appropriate times to read them
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Allan Fox
.members of Congregation
' : ^ pleased to annouce
\Z honor Allan Fox at an
champagne brunch.
Allan Fox has been
fin all areas of the Tampa
1 community, as has his
Ronna, but in no one single
iVor as dedicated as in his
in bringing about the
-,i of the north end con-
Itive synagogue, Kol Ami.
Ln, a native of Brooklyn,
has been committed to
ng his love for Judaism in
community where he has
I from Temple Israel in Val-
fl Ga. where he and Ronna
to Air Force bases in Big
ng, Tex., Moody Air Force
, and Macdill. Allan has been
>ived as a B'nai B'rith presi-
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[Civilian Community and has
|ved two achievement awards
i the Air Force Chief of Chap-
Uan and Ronna are excep-
individuals with an
Idant capacity for reaching
to fill needs apparent in the
nunity They have taught
es at the JCC in Tampa for
mentally handicapped,
Ided a crisis intervention
. in Texas, volunteered at
loy Exceptional Center and in
Florida Special Olympics.
was 1977 when 12 families
ded to cnsider the possibility
stablishing a synagogue in
northwest area of Tampa and
great dedication and
_nce emerged with plans for
Eliding, organizing a religious
|>ol and undertaking the many
aspects involved in dev-
ling a synagogue. Allan was
|rumental in these beginning
personally supervising
ay aspects of construction and
fating unlimited amounts of
to building membership,
ng a rabbi and participating
' in each phase of growth.
The upcoming event to be held
on Dec. 9 at 11 a.m.-l pjn. at Kol
Ami is open to the community. It
is our opportunity as members of
Kol Ami to convey our aporocia-
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The Jewish Community Center
PRESCHOOL
PARENTS
AND TEACHERS
PLANNING PROGRAMS
The JCC Pre-School Parents'
Groups are actively planning
programs and fund-raisers toi
benefit the Pre-School. We havel
just begun a Green Stamp drive
in order to purchase additional
materials for our classrooms.
Also, if any of you have toys,
puzzles or educational games
that are in good condition but
which your children have out-
grown, all donations are grate-
fully accepted.
Future plans for our pre-school
parents and community members
include a program on child abuse,
which will be presented by
Bonnie Saks, MD, a local psy-
chiatrist and pre-school parent.
In addition, on Nov. 12, our pre-
school teachers met to develop
and coordinate future programs
for the children. Parents, your
suggestions are still welcome.
Parents, teachers and children
alike are eagerly looking forward
to celebrating Thanksgiving in
our classrooms. It's going to be a
busy November for all of us in the
Pre-School!
YOUTH
WINTER WORLD
OF FUN SCHEDULED FOR
SCHOOL HOLIDAY
Get your ticket for a trip to our
Winter World of Fun! What's
that? It's our fabulous vacation
program for children K-6 on Dec.
21 and Dec. 24-28. Spend a week
in another country with a special
counselor! Watch this column for
further information.
v
BIDDY
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
The Biddy Basketball League
is set to begin on Dec. 2. The
league will consist of two divi-
sions, grades three and four,
playing Sundays, 1-2:30 p.m.,
and grades five and six, playing
Sundays. 2:30-4 p.m. There will
be four teams in each division,
and our game schedule starts
Jan. 6. Hurry and register now,
so you don't miss out on any of
the fun! Fees for members are
$30, non-members $45 (uniforms
will be provided). A coaches'
dinir will be held on Dec. 5 for
fathers of children playing in the
league. For further information,
contact Bill Suskauer at the JCC
Center Piece

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All teen council presidents or
representatives and their ad-
visors as well as any interested
teens are welcome. There will be
two groups, Tweens 7-8th grade,
and Teens 9-12thgrades. Come!!!
SINGLES
ACTIVITIES
Our Singles' group has planned
some exciting activities for the
rest of November. On Sunday,
Nov. 18, we're going bowling at
Meadowlawn Lanes, 6393 9th St.
North. St. Pete. Call the Alleys
(522-2174) for directions, or give
Gerri a call at 578-0201. Cost is $4
for three games. Let's meet at 2
p.m.
On Friday, Nov. 23, we're at-
tending services at B'nai Israel in
St. Pete at 8 p.m., with a special
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ices. Call 381-4900 for further de-
tails.
Then it's on to the Roller
Skating nnk for some exercise at
Carrollwood Skating Center at
the Main Street Shopping Center
on N. Dale Mabry at 8 p.m. Cost
is $3.
ADULTS
RAK IVRIT
ENJOYS
DELICIOUS DINNER
Our Hebrew-speaking club,
Rak Ivrit, is growing in numbers.
The group held a very successful
Israeli dinner on Wednesday,
Oct. 31. Interested in brushing-
up on your Hebrew? Come join
us!
CLUB VARIETY
TO HOST GAME NIGHT
It's time again to relax, meet
new friends, and just enjoy your-
self. Come to the JCC Library on
Sunday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. Bring
your favorite board or card
games and a dessert to share, and
join in on the fun. Charge is $1.
MEN OVER 30
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
The JCC Men Over 30 Basket-
ball League for those hearty
souls whose minds tell them
they're kids but whose bodies are
sending them an entirely dif-
ferent message will begin Dec.
1. Registration forms are avail-
able at the JCC.
VOLLEYBALL
It's not too late to get in on the
fun! Our Adult Volleyball
program continues on Thurs-
days, 6:30-9 p.m. Interested?
Give Bill a call at 872-4451.
LUNCH BUNCH
You are invited to join lunch
bunch, Total Beauty on Location,
with Carolyn Perry and Sandra
Cato, image consultants on
Wednesday. Dec. 5. 10 a.m.-12
noon, at Selena's. 1623 Snow
Ave., Hyde Park. Cost is $7.75.
Babysitting available from
9:30 a.m. untill 12:30 p.m. for
additional fee.
AEROBICS
Even though our Free Month
of October has ended, we invite
you to take advantage of our
special "drop-in" fee so you can
sample our Aerobics program, $3
members, $4.50 non-members. Or
register as a regular: $20 per
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TWEEN/TEENS
LET'S PLAN THE FUTURE
A planning meeting will be
held on Tuesday (regular teen
night) Nov. 27 at 7:30 to decide
what activities tweens and teens1
would like to have at the Center.,
TO\Ner/iir Trust us to take you home
an evenirur of rirhf Hn<-in ... ...__.
Enjoy an evening of richf dancing troupe at '____ -
cultural entertainment and noli- Chassidic Festival The oer 22K* T '? patron'- 10
day music with this world- formance will be heldI Dec 5 Sfl cfij'. ** *?**T*n *** senior
famous Israel, singing and p.m. at the T^j&j.' Sg^ gtes^oTv^^
month members, $30 n-j
non-members. North hf,
Get in ahape for the bury i
season!!
ISRAELI FOLK D/_.,
Our Israeli folk danZI
gram continues on We^
at 8 p.m. in the JCC auaga
Not only for beginnerTSj
for people who already kaJ
to dance. Come join the fH
CONVERSATIONAL
HEBREW
Beginning Conversation)
brew classes have begun, I
still have room for you! (
members, $37.50 non-n.
for the 10-week course.
meet 6:30-8:30 Wedni
nights. It's not too late to jo
SENIORS^
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
The JCC Senior .
Friendship Club will ban]
next meeting on Monday, I
26. Guest speaker at the n
will be Rabbi Brod whose i
for discussion will be "Up
Women in Jewish History!
noon, bag lunch, 1 p.m.,:
games following the L_
Rita Garyn is volunteering
help-out with this group u
looking forward to working i
our older adults who will
meeting monthly rather
weekly (as they had in the|
All Senior Citizens are in
to attend this special Frie
Club meeting.
TRAVEL CLUB
TO JOURNEY TO
SUNKEN GARDENS
Travel Club's next trip i|
tour of hash, tropical Su
Gardens' magnificent
gardens with exhibits of
exotic birds and animals. Bn
through the world's largest)
shop. Lunch $3.95 up is at)
Bradford House Restaurant I
your own. Cost: Travel
members $4.50, non-membenj
We leave the JCC at 10 ami
Thursday, Nov. 29 and retunj
3 p.m.
COMING EVENTS
Nov. 18 Community
Fair, Club Variety Game Nig
Singles Bowling
Nov. 26 Singles Rollers!
ing, Friendship Club
Nov. 27, 28, 29 Holly"
Caper
Nov. 29 Travel Club's To
of Sunken Gardens
Dec. 1 Men Over 30 Basksj
ball League begins
Dec. 5 Lunch Bunch Ton
Beauty," Chassidic Festn
Israeli Fly-Away
ISRAELI FLY AWAY
We encourage you to P
ipate in the principal JCC:
raising event of the year! ..
lucky person and his gu*'
win a free trip to Israel or K
in cash. Interested? Call 872*
or speak to a Board memberj
big winner will be announced i
Dec. 5 at the Chassidic FestivH |
Yes! We'd like
to help the JCC
to strengthen
community life.
Froitln? .
Make* m
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Bar /Bat Mitzvah
Lffrey feldman
L Loui9 Feldman, son of
Feldman and Alan
will lead services
[evening Nov. 23 at 8 p.m.,
i called to the Torah as a
(jtzvah on Saturday morn-
]jov. 24 at 10 a.m. at
ration Rodeph Sholom.
Kenneth Berger and
William Hauben will of-
celebrant is a student in
[odeph Sholom Religious
and is active in Kadima.
attends Franklin Junior
fschool where he is in the
In grade.
Feldman and Mr.
an will host an Oneg
Eat Friday evening and a
|sh luncheon following the
Hay services. A party will
Eld Saturday evening in
Eon at Center Place for
1 and close friends.
rial guests will include Ms.
Wchin, Littleton, Co.; Mr.
|Mrs. Harold Tyber and
y, Englewood, Co.; grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
kraub and Mr. and Mrs.
Feldman, Jacksonville;
"Mr. and Mrs. David
kraub, Shelly and Jonathan,
ponville. Other special
i will be Mr. and Mrs. Allen
an, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
nblatt, and Mr. and Mrs.
Weisstein, Jacksonville;
nd Mrs. Lister Wolff, Mr.
|Mrs. Herman Greenewalt,
Ido; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
'Port St. Lucie; Mr. Robert
nan, Minneapolis; Mr. and
Alex Milt, Mr. and Mrs.
Perling. Heather and Adam,
and Mrs. David Cerny and
1. Ms. Dara Siegel, Atlanta;
and Mrs. David Liner, New
iRichey; Mr. and Mrs. Robin
Iberger, Sarasota; and Mr.
|Mrs. C.J. Saltzman, North
ji Beach.
ISTEPHEN IGLESIAS
ephen Vincent Iglesias. son
Dr. and Mrs. Francisco
pas, will be called to the
i as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov.
It 11 a.m. at Congregation
arai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
heim and Rabbi Joan Glazer
er will officiate.
phen is in the eighth grade
(>e Schaarai Zedek Religious
and a member of the
or Youth Group. He is an
k student at Berkeley Prep-
Jory School. Last year
hen won first place in the
1 Science Division in Tampa
Private Schools Science
He was also given a special
for outstanding achieve-
in Inter-School Science
fiends of the family will host
()neg Shabbat following
>> evening services, and Dr.
N,rs-. Iglesias will host a
Ption in honor of the occasion
I Saturday evening at the
|tl Regency Hotel.
jcial guests will include
^parents Mr. and Mrs.
ym Butler of Tampa; uncle
^unt Dr. and Mrs. Larry
r. Tampa; cousins, Mr. and
Marty Agran, Brent and
Chicago; great aunt, Man
udenthal, N.Y.; special
|>ds Dr. and Mrs. Alan Rich-
Daniel and Sarah, Ocala;
I many aunts, uncles and
>wa from Tampa, Miami,
n. and California.
STACYSHOR
ftfcy Shor, daughter of
Jnjey and Jolene Shor. will be
fed to the Torah as a Bat
*vah on Nov. 24 at 10 a.m. at
Jgregation Kol Ami. Rabbi
^ah Fish will officiate.
Stacy ia an honor roll student
[the seventh grade at Nathan
'oung Junior High School
""~l she is enrolled in the Gifted
Jgram. She attends the
prew High School at Kol Ami
!s a member of the Kadima
Youth Group. Stacy's interests
include piano and swimming and
she has been a member of the
Carrollwood Village Swim Team
for the past four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Shor will host the
Friday night Oneg Shabbat and
Saturday Kiddush luncheon. A
dinner dance will be held in
Stacy'8 honor Saturday evening
at Kol Ami.
Stacy is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M.
Oppenheim of Baltimore, Mary-
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin
M. Shor of Clearwater, Florida.
Out of town guests from Mary-
land, Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Connecticut, and New York will
join Stacy and her family in cel-
ebrating this simcha.
A Sunday brunch will be given
for the out of town guests by Mr.
and Mrs. Gary Harris and Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Seelig.
ROBERT ALTUS
Robert David Altus, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Philip Altus, will parti-
cipate in services Friday evening,
Nov. 16, and be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov.
17 at 10 a.m. at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
Berger and Cantor William
Hauben will officiate.
Robert attends Rodeph
Sholom Religious School and is a
member of Kadima. He is in the
eighth grade at Coleman Junior
High School where he parti-
cipates in Math League and
Debate Club. Robert's interests
include sports and commercial
aviation.
Special guests who will cel-
ebrate with Rob include his
grandparents, Lee Schoendorf
and Harold and Cynthia Altus,
and many aunts, uncles and
cousins, inhidin* Charlotte and
Martin Fainblatt, Susan and
Jeffrey Rudnick, and Charles
Schoendorf.
Mrs. Schoendorf will host a
Shabbat dinner in her grandson's
honor. Dr. and Mrs. Altus will
host the Friday night Oneg
Shabbat, the Saturday morning
kiddush luncheon, and a
Saturday evening reception at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel in their
son's honor.
L. DAVID GAFFNEY
Lawrence David Gaffney, son
of Nancy L. Gaffney and Charles
S. Gaffney, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Nov.
17 at Congregation Kol Ami at 10
a.m. Rabbi Judah Fish will of-
ficiate.
David is a graduate of Kol
Ami's Religious School. He is in
the seventh grade at Pierce
Junior High School. David plays
soccer for the Eagle Snack
"Sting" which has been State
Cup Champion for the last two
years.
Mr. Gaffney and Mrs. Gaffney
will host the Oneg Shabbat
Friday evening and the Kiddush
luncheon following Saturday
services.
There will be many out-of-town
guests.
JENNIFER SCHWARTZ
Jennifer Elissa Schwartz,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
Schwartz, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on Nov.
17 at 11 a.m. at Congregation
Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
Sundheim and Rabbi Joan Glazer
Farber will officiate.
Jennifer is a student in the
Schaarai Zedek Religious School
and is a member of Junior Youth
(Group. A high honors student,
she is in the eighth grade at
Berkeley Preparatory School
where she is a member of the
Spanish club and the PEP Club.
The Friday evening Oneg
Shabbat will be hosted by
Barbara Goldman, Judy Hazan,
Marian Winters, Gloria
Berkowitz, Donna Pollet, Beverly
Boas, Alice Rosen thai and
Marilyn Farber. Dr. and Mrs.
Schwartz will host the Kiddush
luncheon and a reception
Saturday evening at the Tampa
Marriott Hotel. They will also
host a Sunday morning brunch
for out-of-town relatives.
Special guests are great grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ficca
of Philadelphia, and Mr. Harry
Cohen of North Miami Beach;
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schwartz of Deltona, Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Cohen of Holly-
wood. Fla.. .and Mrs. and Mrs.
William Francisco of San Mateo,
Calif.; aunts and uncles, Ms.
Mimi Shore of New York, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Gorodesky of
North Miami, Mr. Henry
Lichtman of Philadelphia, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Lichtman of
Philadelphia, Mr. Daniel Cohen
of Hollywood, Fla., Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brenner of Sunrise, Mrs.
Dale Brenner of Philadelphia,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bassion of
Pompano Beach, Mrs. Pearl
Shumer of Philadelphia, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Krein of Miami.
Cousins attending are Mrs.
Nancy Engel and Mrs. Sharon
Sharov of Philadelphia, Ms.
Nancy Gofodesky and Ms. Dana
Gorodesky of North Miami
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Brenner of Davie, and Ms. Merle
Brenner of Miami.
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Congregations/Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
New Merchandise Baz
We at Rodeph Sholom Syna-
gogue are pleased to invite you to
a "first" for our synagogue.
On Dec. 8, 9, and 10. we will be
hosting a New Merchandise
Bazaar in our synagogue Social
Hall. We have gathered new mer-
chandise from all over the United
States for this event. There will
be marvelous buys on clothing,
housewares, novelties, food,
jewelry, and books. We are even
going to have a White Elephant
Booth.
We invite you to bring your
friends and neighbors and par-
take of these wonderful bargains
before the holiday season begins.
The hours are Dec. 8. 7-10 p.m.,
Dec. 9, 10a.m.-5p.m..Dec. 10. 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Mark your calendars
with this weekend and don't miss
this chance to save money and do
your holiday shopping at the
same time!
New Members Shabbat
On Nov. 30 New Members of
Rodeph Sholom for the year of
1984 will be honored at a Shab-
baton Dinner and Services after-
wards. Invitations have been
mailed.
Rabbi Brod To Head
Adult Education
"The Kabbalist And
His Teachings"
On Nov. 11., at 11 a.m. at
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Theodore
Brod conducted the first of three
weekly classes on Jewish Mys-
ticism. All adults interested in
furthering their Jewish education
are encouraged to attend the rest
of the series.
HADASSAH
A meet Chapter
Essen and Fressen
Our Fourth Annual Essen and
Fressen will be held Tuesday.
Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. in the recrea-
tion room of the Carlton Arms
Apartments. 6900 Concord Drive
(south of Waters, off Himes). In
recognition of Jewish Book
Month. Sandy Brusin will
present a program about recent
books on the market. Members
are encouraged to bring spouses
and guests. The cost is $5 per
person and a covered dish, reser-
vations and menu planning
(important) by Merna Evenson.
phone 961-9383.
Worker registration for
Hanukkah and Christmas gift-
wrapping has begun. Sign up to
work by calling Alma Black,
phone 963-3524. We will be
wrapping again at the Westshore
Mall. Wednesday, Dec. 19,
through Monday, Dec. 24 (ex-
cluding Shabbat).
Sunday, Dec. 9 is very special.
It is Hello Hadassah Sunday in
Tampa. We will be having an
evening social with members,
spouses and guests at the JCC at
7:30 p.m. Wear your dancing
shoes!
Tampa Chapter
Hadassah
Supplies Luncheon
Hypnosis will be the topic of a
speech by Michael P. Stevens,
Ph.D., at the supplies luncheon
held by the Tampa Chapter of
Hadassah on Monday, Nov. 19 at
the Diplomat Condominiums,
2611 Bayshore Blvd., at 10 a.m.
The uses of therapeutic hyp-
nosis to help patients stop certain
habits such as smoking, over-
eating, and nail biting or to
control pain will be explained by
the guest speaker who has been a
practicing psychologist in Tampa
for several years.
Judy Tawil and Nina Bernstein
are co-chairmen of this event.
Please make reservations with
Dorothy Skop at 639-0167 or
Freda RosenbauB at 879-3244.
Donation is $8, with members re-
ceiving $5 donor credit. Eye
banks (dimes) may also be used
as part of donation. Persons who
cannot attend the luncheon but
would like to help purchase sup-
plies for the Hadassah Hospitals
may send donations to Sylvia
Gertzman, 3823 Vasconia.
Tampa 33629.
Committee members for this
event include Rebecca Baron,
Ellie Fishman, Nancy Mizrahi.
Lil Bregman. and Dorothy Skop.
Two door prizes will be given
away.
Members are invited to join the
study group which will meet for
45 minutes after the luncheon to
discuss the remaining episodes of
the Heritage: Civilization and the
Jews series that has been airing
on Channels 3 and 16. Dorothy
Garrell. Education vice president
will lead the session.
HILLELS *
GIFT OF GOLD
Over the past several weeks
the Parents' Association of the
Hillel School of Tampa has been
conducting its annual fund-
raising event. The Gift of Gold,
which will climax his vear on
Saturday evening, Nov. 17 at
Congregation Kol Ami with a
dinner and awards. The Gift of
Gold is the Parents' Associa-
tion's only major fund-raising
event.
The cost of education for each
child attending the Hillel School
is only partially covered by the
current tuition and fees. For-
tunately. Hillel's many friends in
the community show their
support by participating in this
event.
Gift of Gold tickets may be
purchased for a S100 donation to
the school. Do this mitzvah and
help ensure the future of Jewish
education in Tampa. To partic-
ipate in this event please call the
HUlel School. 875-8287.
MARY WALKER
APARTMENTS
Bernard Freund. president of
the Mary Walker Apartments
Residents Association, an-
nounced a Thanksgiving dinner
to be held at the residence Tues-
day. Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m.
Dinner will be free for all the
residents. $5 for all guests.
CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
New Members'
Oneg Shabbat
At Friday evening services on
Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. Congregation
Kol Ami will welcome its newest
members to the congregational
family. The congregation will co-
host the Oneg Shabbat following
services in their honor. During
the Oneg Shabbat a small gift
will be presented to each new
family who has joined Kol Ami
since this past summer.
Nov. 25 Congregation Kol
Ami Sisterhood will hold its first
Annual Flea Market at Con-
gregation Kol Ami's parking lot.
3919 Moran Road. Between the
hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Rain
date will be re-scheduled)
Nov. 30 Congregation Kol
Ami's Religious School Hebrew
Level III class will conduct serv-
ices at 8 p.m. They will be co-
hosting the oneg following serv-
ices.
Dec. 9 Congregatioin Kol
Ami will be hosting a brunch in
honor of Allan Fox. The brunch
will be held at Congregation Kol
Ami. 3919 Moran Road, from 11
a.m.-l p.m. It is our opportunity
as members of Kol Ami to convey
our appreciation to Allan for his
devotion and care over the years
and our pride in having him as a
part of our congregational
community.
Nov. 25. Dec. 2 and 9 Con-
gregation Kol Ami Sisterhood
will be having their annual
Hanukkah book fair each Sunday
at 9 a.m.-l p.m.
Adult Education
Congregation Kol Ami Adult
Education classes will be held on
Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 p.m. on Basic
Judaism and 8:45-9:45 p.m. Be-
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Brunei To Honor
Allan Fox
Lembers of Congregation
'"are pleased to annouce
honor Allan Fox at an
. champagne bruncn.
-, Allan Fox has been
ft aU areas of the Tampa
. community, as has his
onna, but in no one single
as dedicated as in his
in bringing about the
fcn of the north end con-
live synagogue, Kol Ami.
, a native of Brooklyn,
has been committed to
kg his love for Judaism in
[community where he has
J from Temple Israel in Val-
I Ga. where he and Ronna
[to Air Force bases in Big
lg Tex.. Moody Air Force
land Macdill. Allan has been
Tved as a B'nai B'rith presi-
for the Okinawa Military
Civilian Community and has
Led two achievement awards
[the Air Force Chief of Chap-
ii and Ronna are excep-
individuals with an
dant capacity for reaching
, fill needs apparent in the
hunity. They have taught
es at the JCC in Tampa for
mentally handicapped,
fled a crisis intervention
in Texas, volunteered at
by Exceptional Center and in
Florida Special Olympics.
[was 1977 when 12 families
bed to cnsider the possibility
publishing a synagogue in
lorthwest area of Tampa and
great dedication and
jjce emerged with plans for
ilding. organizing a religious
ol and undertaking the many
aspects involved in dev-
og a synagogue. Allan was
umental in these beginning
personally supervising
i aspects of construction and
kiting unlimited amounts of
| to building membership,
fig a rabbi and participating
> in each phase of growth.
The upcoming event to be held
on Dec. 9 at 11 a.m.-l pjn. at Kol
Ami is open to the community. It
is our opportunity as members of
Kol Ami to convey our aporecia-
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The Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division
recently held a very successful Fall Shalom-
Tampa Newcomer get-together at the Country
Woods Apartments Recreation Center. Pictured
above from left are Bill and Shari Chrysler, Mel
and Rita Garyn, Sam and Mae Auerbach and
Cynthia Wolov.
Nolan Miller
Lili Nesher
nervations Being Accepted
For 'Dynasty' Brunch
Invitations have been mailed
lor "A Jeweled Performance,"
Tampa Jewish Federation
/omen's Division'9 1985 cam-
aign brunch and fashion show,
|to be held on Dec. 2 at Maas
iBrothers Westshore Plaza.
(Admission to this glamorous
(event has been set at $18 with a
.ninimum individual commitment
d( $150 to the Federation, pay-
able at any time during the 1985
calendar year.
The keynote address of the
Imorning will be delivered by Lili
Neaher, former member of the
llsrael Foreign Ministry and
[active participant in the Soviet
jl'nderground movement during
|World War II. Mrs. Nesher. wife
[of Arveh Nesher. former director
lot (he Israel Peace Corps, has
[held previous audiences captive
with tales of her personal expe-
riences.
The fashion show, featuring
world-renowed designer Nolan
Miller's collection of fashions,
furs and accessories from the
popular television series
"Dynasty," will be co-moderated
by Miller and Michael Nader,
"Dynasty's" Dex Dexter.
Elaine Newman and Linda
Zipkin, Maas Brothers
executives, have announced the
donation of two exciting door
prizes a Gucci watch from the
Fine Jewelry Department and a
"Dynasty" outfit from the
Designer Dresses Department.
Because Women's Division has
been advised that seating is
limited to only 175 women,
reservations will be accepted
strictly in the order received.
|Bo66e Karpay
Blossom Leibowitz
Karpay and Leibowitz to Head
Lion of Judah Division
Alice Rosenthal, 1985
[Women's Division Campaign
I Chairman, has announced the
I appointment of Bobbe Karpay
land Blossom Leibowitz to co-
[ihair the Women's 1985 Lion of
I Judah Division.
"We are so delighted to have
the expertise of these two women.
Both have been in key leadership
positions over the years and are
wonderful to work with their
enthusiasm and excitement in
I working and volunteering on
behalf of this community is con-
tagious. The Lion of Judah Divi-
sion is for women who make a
yearly commitment of 15,000 and
above to the Women's Division
Campaign," added Rosenthal.
Bobbe, married to Grp
Karpay, was co-chairman of the
Women's Division Campaign for
the past two years; she's been in-
volved in the Federation and
Women's Division for many
years. She and her family belong
to Congregation Schaanu Zedek
and Congregation Rodeph
Sholom. The Karpays have four
children and one grandchild.
Blossom, married to Edward
Leibowitz, has also been active in
both Federation and Women s
Division. She is also chairman of
The Endowment Committee for
Women's Division. The
Leibowitzes have two children
and belong to both Congregation
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right) Mark
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Kalson, Robert Berlin, Robert Winter and
daugthter, and committee members Gary Harris
and Marcia Sacks.
Shalom Committee members planned a warm and
entertaining welcome for over 75 new Tampans.
Shown are (left to right) Rhoda Davis, Women s
Division Director, Harriet Cyment, David
Rusnak, who performed Jewish music alpng with
Malcom Issak, co-chairmen of the event, Trudy
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Tampa Jewish Federation
Adopts $1.3 Million Goal
'Dex Dexter' to Appear at 'Dynasty' Brunch
The Tampa Jewish Federation
of Directors at its meeting
Oct. 25 adopted a goal of
,300,000 for the 1986 Tampa
wish Federation-United Jewish
ppeal Campaign. The 1986 goal
resents the minimum amount
ed to provide for the Tampa
immunity, Israel and overseas,
id national Jewish agencies.
In setting the 1986 goal,
ampaign leadership led by
neral chairman Doug Conn and
eration President Judith O.
senkranz, held a series of
eetings with major con-
ibutors, community agencies,
led
spoke about the many areas not
yet serviced by the Jewish com-
munity. Doug Conn led the full
Board discussion that resulted in
the adoption of the final goal.
The goal represents an increase
of almost 30 percent over the
1984 campaign results. It was the
consensus of the Tampa Federa-
tion leadership that with the
growth of the local Jewish com-
munity and the recognition and
understanding of what it takes to
be a total Jewish community,
Tampa would accept and meet
this 1986 Campaign goal.
rep-
1986
United Jewish Appeal
reeentatives, and the
Campaign Cabinet.
At the meeting, Kenneth Sch-
wartz, Florida Regional Chair-
man of the United Jewish
Appeal, presented the economic
situation in Israel as well as the
programs of the Jewish Agency
and the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee that serve Jewry through-
out the world. President
Rosenkranz reviewed the
meetings with Federation
agencies (Tampa Jewish Social
Service, Jewish Community
Center and Hillel School), and
Braman Art Collection to be
Previewed by Federation Contributors
Aida Weissman and Marcia
Cohen, co-chairmen of "A
Jeweled Performance," have an-
nounced that Michael Nader, the
newest addition to the cast of
ABC-TVs smash dramatic
series, "Dynasty," will appear at
the Women's Division brunch
and fashion show on Dec. 2.
Nader plays Dex Dexter, a
wealthy and powerful mining
engineer who will turn the lives of
Denver's moat powerful oil
barons inside-out.
This much heralded event, co-
sponsored by Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division
and Maas Brothers, will feature
recent Emmy Award-winning
fashion designer Nolan Miller's
exclusive "Dynasty" collection of
daytime and evening fashions,
furs and jewelry. Each week on
"Dynasty," Miller creates the
elegant and gracious look for
Linda Evans, Joan Collins,
Diahann Carroll and the other
stars both male and female
of this popular television series.
Dex Dexter
Saturday evening event at
Tampa Museum and Tampa Club
The Major Gifts Contributors
the 1985 Tampa Jewish Fede-
ation-United Jewish Appeal
Campaign will be in for a special
treat this Saturday evening, Nov.
17, at the Tampa Museum
eginning at 6:30 p.m.
Beginning with a champagne
?ception hosted by Ed and
llossom Leibowitz, the guests
vill have the opportunity to
review the private contemporary
art collection of Irma and Nor-
man Braman, featuring over 50
major works of art by the world's
most notable 20th century ar-
tists.
Following the black tie op-
tional reception and preview, a
dinner will be held at the Tampa
Club. Special guests of honor at
the dinner will be Irma and Nor-
man Braman. Doug Conn, 1985
Campaign Chairman, has also
announced that Dora Roth of Is-
rael will be in attendance. A
special presentation and
recognition will be given to those
contributors of $10,000 to the
1984 campaign, Conn reported.
Joan Saul, chair of the
evening's event, and her commit-
tee have promised to make this
one of the most outstanding and
exciting events ever to have
taken place in our community.
Don't Miss Sally Fox
Sally Fox, an acclaimed ac-
tress, brings her Jewish Involve-
ment Theatre to Tampa on
Sunday evening, Nov. 18 at 7
p.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek, 3303 Swann Ave.
Sponsored by the Education
Million Dollar Campaign To Aid Innovative Projects
NEW YORK (JTA) Ruth
A!)ram. president of the New
Israel Fund (NIF), has an-
nounced a million dollar cam-
paign to support a score of inno-
vative projects and organizations
in Israel that deal with civil
liberties, women's rights, Jewish-
Arab relations and other commu-
nity services. These organize -
j tions are vital to Israel's demo-
cracy, but are rarely focused on
by other American Jewish phil-
anthropies, according to Abram.
The million dollar campaign
I received a major boost from
Edith and Henry Everett of New
York City who have pledged
$300,000, the largest gift ever re-
ceived by the NIF. The thrust of
the NIF, Abram said, is to pro-
vide support for community-
based programs in Israel that are
dealing with social inequities in
new and innovative ways.
It supports those working to
improve Jewish-Arab relations;
helps women and men who are
victims of sexual violence or who
are caught in the complex legal
and religious divorce regulations
in Israel; gives seed money to
neighborhood groups in
Sephardic communities; and
finances one-third of the budget
of the Association for Civil
Rights in Israel, the nation's
largest and most influential civil
rights and liberties organization.
Altogether, close to 100 Israeli
organizations have been helped
by the NIF, either with direct
grants or through Shatil, which
was established by the NIF in
1982 to provide technical
assistance and training to
citizens' action and self-help
organizations, Abram said.
The goals of all these organiza-
tions, she said, is to defend and
improve Isrel's democracy and to
combat anti-democratic mani-
festations such as the rise of
nationalist extremism.
The NIF's fund-raising cam-
paign will include 30 meetings
across the United States between
Thanksgiving and Chanukah in
which the participants will "rede-
dicate themselves to democracy
in Israel," Abram said. Many of
these meetings will feature a new
30-minute video called "Shaping
Our Future," which was directed
and produced by Carol Polakoff,
whose films have been shown on
PBS and network TV.
Committee of the Young Adult
Division, Fox's performance is
intended to stimulate the
audience into thought-provoking
experiences which reflect modern
day Jewish dilemmas.
Fox's repertoire of characters
will make you laugh, cry, feel and
think. The program is open to the
entire community. A wine and
cheese reception is included in the
price of the ticket.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Tampa Jewish Federation or
at Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
Tickets are $4 in advance and $5
at the door. Please call the Fede-
ration office, 875-1618, for further
information.
Young Adult Division is a
division of the Tampa Jewish
Federation serving the young
people of our community between
the ages of 22 and 40 with social,
cultural and educational ac-
tivities.
from left) Rhoda Davis, Director, Women's Division; Gary Alter, Tampa Jewish teaeration, ro ^ry ,
Executive Director, Federation; Charles Weissman, Joel Karpay, Dan Usterweu.
Albert, Lee Tobin, and Doug Conn, General Campaign chairman.
Bill Goldenberg, Minneapolis, facilitated a solicitor training workshop
for the Major Gifts Division of the Tampa Jewish Federation.
(Standing, from left) Gary Alter, Executive Director, Federation;
David Waksman, Maril Jacobs, Judith Rosenkranz, president, Tampa
Jewish Federation; Goldenberg, Dr. Irwin Browarsky, Mickey Frank,
Doug Cohn, General Campaign chairman; and Gregory Waksman,
chairman of this division.


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Students Named in Scholarship Competition The
Hills bo rough County Public School System has named the
students who have qualified as National Merit Semi-Finalists
and National Merit Commended Students in the 1985 com-
petition.
Felice Haas, a senior at Plant High School, is a commended
student. She is the daghter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Haas.
Steve Levy, son of Mrs. Jill Levy, is a semi-finalist, and David
Kaufman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Barry Kaufman, is a commended
student. Steve and David attend Chamberlain High School.
Correction: Berkeley Preparatory School student Stephanie
Verkauf, a commended student in the 1985 National Merit
Scholarship Program, is the daughter of Dr. and Mra. Barry
Verkauf.
Sisterhood Leaders Attend Convention Five women
represented the Sisterhood of Congregation Rodeph Sholom at
the National Biennial Convention of the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism Nov. 11 to 15. They were Claire Levin,
publicity chairman. Branch. Diana Seigel, JFI chairman.
Branch. Judy Schwartz, Sisterhood vice president, and Linda
Blum, Sisterhood president. The convention was held at the
Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake. New York.
Some 2,000 Women's League leaders, representing the
200,000 members of 800 Sisterhoods affiliated with Conservative
synagogues in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico
and Israel, attended the five-day gathering.
Kadima Elects Officers Kol Ami Kadima held elections on
Oct. 7. The new officers are Eileen Herzog, president; Hilary
Black, first vice president; Sandra Cross, second vice president;
Evan Shear, treasurer; Naomi Sobel, corresponding secretary;
Dana Appieblatt. recording secretary; and Mark Price,
sergeantt-at-arms. They were installed on Oct. 20
Sixtieth Anniversary Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Willens celebrated their 60th anniversary in Washington, D.C.,
on Oct. 26. A dinner party was given in their honor for the oc-
casion. The guests included their daughters, Rebecca Quimby of
Clearwater, Lily Willens of Washington, D.C., Jackie Arons of
Newton Highlands, Mass., their six grandchildren, two great-
grandchildren, and many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Willens are residents of the Jewish Towers.
Governor Announces Reappointment Governor Bob
Graham has announced the appointment of Paul Buchman of
Plant City to a four-year term the Florida Advisory Council on
Intergovernmental Relations. Buchman is city attorney for
Plant City.
The Council serves as a forum for the discussion and study of
intergovernmental problems to improve coordination and
cooperation among local, state, and federal governments.
Babyline Matthew Ryan was born on Oct. 19 to Jan and
Jeff Bloom. They have two other children, Michael, 7, and
Lauren, 5. The grandparents are Ina and Howard Haubenstock
of Tampa and Mel Bloom of Providence, Rhode Island. The
great-grandmother is Lillian Weinberger of Tampa.
A daughter, Leslie Beth, was born or Sept. 27 to Phyllis and
Marc Rogoff. The grandparents are Virginia and San ford Cohen
of Columbus, and Harold Rogoff of New Port Richey, and the
late Lillian Rogoff.
Betsy Rose was born on Oct. 13 to Amy and Robert Scherzer.
The grandparents are Barbara and Mel EUer of Harrisburg, Pa.,
and Esther and Herman Scherzer of Maplewood, N.J.
A son. Bruce Samuel, was born on Oct. 27 to Mary and Ted
Kramer of St. Petersburg. They have three other children,
Bobby. 10, Rebecca, 8, and Jennifer, 6. The grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Friedman of Tampa.
Student Notes Mark Smith, son of Irving and Bunny
Smith, won the men's singles division of the intra-mural tennis
tournament at Hillsborough Community College. Mark is also a
member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society where he is assistant
vice president and parliamentarian. A 3.5 grade point average is
required for membership in the society. His other ex-
tracurricular activities include an appointment by HCC Student
Government as Students Rights Representative and treasurer of
the business fraternity, Phi Beta Lambda.
YAD's Opening Event A Success! On Sunday evening,
Oct. 28 at the Pine Lakes Condominium Clubhouse over 100
adults (aged 22 through 40) celebrated the opening event of
YAD. the Young Adult Division of the Tampa Jewish
Federation. Guests were welcomed and given a brief in-
troduction to YAD and Federation by Jan Baakin and Don
Weinbren. Baskin and Weinbren led the gathering in renewing
old friendships and creating new ones by initiating an "ice
breaker" game. All in attendance agreed that the evening was a
success, thus giving Leslye Winkelman, Bob Schoenberg, Dan
Albert, Don Weinbren, Barbara Baakin, Steffani Margolin and
Jan Baakin a deserved reward for their long hours of planning
and preparation. Jan Baskin, summing up the event, said, "We
are very pleased and excited about our first event; we look
forward to seeing many new members at the next YAD event as
well as those in the coming months."
Menorah Manor Building Fund
Passes 80 Percent
Ted P. Wittner, Board '
Chairman of Menorah Manor, re-
cently announced that the
Capital Building Fund has gone
over the 80 percent mark of its $6
Weddings
Mrs. Richard Polsky
POLSKY-JACOBSON
Kli.ssa Newman Jacobson and
Richard N. Polsky were married
on Oct. 21 -at the home of the
bride's parents. Rabbi Jacob
Luski of Congregation B'nai
Israel in St. Petersburg of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Newman
of Tampa. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Polsky of
St. Petersburg.
Maid-of-honor was the groom's
sister. Regina Polsky, of St.
Petersburg.
The couple is residing in St.
Petersburg.
Mrs. Mark Givarz
GIVARZ-ENGLANDER
Alyce Lorraine Englander and
Mark David Givarz were married
on Nov. 4 at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
Berger and Cantor William
Hauben officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Edith Kopaczewski of New Port
Richey. and Saul Englander of
Milford, Conn., and the grand-
daughter of Rose Englander. The
groom is the son of Alan and
Rhoda Givarz of Tampa, and the
grandson of I^e Bresner of
Tampa.
The bride's attendants were
Sheri Lynn Englander of Milford,
maid-of-honor; and Lori
Williston of Milford. Cathy
Givarz of Atlanta, and Leanne
Griffin of Clearwater.
Best man was Dr. Gary
McCready of Salisbury,
Maryland: and groomsmen were
Jay Givarz of Tampa, Mark
Englander of New Port Richey,
and Kevin Sturm of Baltimore.
The wedding reception was
also held at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom.
Alyce and Mark spent their
honeymoon in Hilton Head.
South Carolina, and are residing
in Tampa.
million campaign. "We are very
pleased with the response on
behalf of our elderly, though
there is still much more to be ac-
complished," stated Wittner in
describing the progress of the
single largest fund raising effort
in this community.
Menorah Manor, sponsored by
the Jewish Communities of
Central West Florida, is the only
philanthropic Jewish Home on
the West Coast following the
dietary laws of Kashruth, with
emphasis given to Jewish reli-
gious and cultural observances.
The Home, which will serve 120
residents, should be opening in
early 1985.
President Irwin Miller issued a
community-wide ap. eal for even
broader financial support in the
weeks ahead. "In only a few short
months. Menorah Manor will
UTily become a reality! W. J
Jewish communities) will faT
have our 'Home for Je3
Living.' He stressed that JVutl
is the time, and a unique onjl
tunity and privUege, ferial
community member to join the*
who have already committed u
this much needed service. "Onhl
through the support of 31
family can the campaign be com-1
pleted by the time the first res-1
idents join the Menorah Mim,
family."
There are a number of dedicJ
tion opportunities available as 11
way of providing a lasting tnbuttl
for generations to come.
For further informatioil
contact either Edward V}|
Vinocur, executive director, ol
Adele Lurie, director of develop
ment, at (813) 345-2775.
A Thanksgiving Thought
By STEPHEN D. STEINER
Executive Director
National Conference
of Christians and Jews
After the bitter winter of 1621
and the gathering of the harvest,
Gov. William Bradford of
Plymouth Colony issued a
thanksgiving proclamation for
the survival of the first American
colony.
After the bitter 1984 presiden-
tial campaign, that same pro-
clamation can be made today. In
1984 we can be thankful to have
survived the slogans, the rhetoric
and especially the media cover-
age. But as Jews, we need to
heighten our "survival skills" for
future winters of church-state
issues.
Thanksgiving is the perfect oc-
casion to help clarify the religion-
in-politics phenomenon. Because
while Thanksgiving is our coun-
try's only national historical-
religious holiday, it is celebrated
by all members of society
Christians. Jews, Buddhists and
others. Thanksgiving is
"pareve." it's safe for our cel-
ebrating because it represents the
beliefs and values we share whil
the Foundirg Fathers and dl
Americans thanks to God for |
our bounty, land and liberty.
This autumn celebration,!
uniquely North American, it i]
happy marriage of democratic I
ideals and religious principles.
While celebrating this event,!
let us at the same time be vigilant |
to the dangerous partnership of
governmental powers and reli-
gious authority in our country.
Prayer in schools, nativity scene
on public grounds, government
investigations of church records I
add up to an alarming pattern of
state's challenges to religious |
autonomy and liberties.
As American Jews we happily
mingle our religious beliefs and
values with those of our demo-
cratic ideals. Also as American
Jews, we know nor to mingle the
authority and power of govern-
ment with those of religious
bodies. On Thanksgiving Day
1984 it will do us well to remem-
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa / Friday, November 16,1964
High School in Israel
The Tampa Jewish Federation
is joining with communities
throughout the country in spon-
soring High School in Israel.
Judith O. Rosenkranz, presid-
ent of the Tampa Jewish Federa-
tion, said, "This is really an
exciting program for the students
in our city. These juniors and
seniors in high school are being
offered an eight week academic
study course geared to improving
their study skills in preparation
for college level work and to
provide them with experiences
that will foster Jewish identity."
The students will receive high
school and college academic
credit for this course work.
Participating students will re-
ceive a $500 scholarship from the
grant from the Israel govern-
ment. Locally the program is
partially funded by grants
through TOP Jewish Founda-
tion.
Rabbi Morris Kipper, execu-
tive director, and Felice
Traktman, director of admis-
sions, will be in Tampa Nov. 29 to
meet with the Tampa Jewish
Federation Board of Directors
and to interview people inter-
ested in the part-time job of
administrator to coordinate the
High School in Israel in the
Tampa area.
teenagers discover their roots
and forge their link to the State held its annual meeting on
of Israel. Thus the idea of a High Monday, Oct. 8, at Bentley's
School in Israel was born. Restuarant in Clearwater, Fla.
The school is located at the TOP is the endowment gift
Mosenson Regional High School development arm of the lamp*
in Hod Ha" Sharon, a northern Jewish Federation as well as for
suburb of Tel Aviv. Students are the other participating; communi-
housed, fed, and attend classes ties of Orlando and Pinellas
on the high school campus. County.
At the annual meeting trustees
The key to this program is us- were appointed by each Federa-
ing Israel as a living textbook, tion president to serve for one
There are five eight-week ses- and two year terms. Judy
sions during the course of a one- Rosenkranz, president of the
year period. The 48 class days are Tampa Jewish Federation, ap-
divided into two halves. About 20 pointed Blossom Leibowitz,
sessions are spent on campus George Karpay and Marvin
reading, discussing and writing Aronovitz to serve on the TOP
on the different periods of Jewish board for one year terms and Lea
history. The remainder of the Barnett and Bill Kalish to serve
sessions are spent in the Meld for two year terms.
Les Barnett Elected New
TOP Foundation President
The TOP Jewish Foundation
In 1972, Rabbi Morris Kipper,
former rabbi of Temple Judea in
Coral Gables, met with a group of
---------------.,,, I1UUI Florida educators to organize a -------j
Tampa Jewish Federation and a program that would help Jewish sessions are spent in the field
visiting the historic sites. All the In addition ^ the appointment
work is in English. of trusteegi officers were elected
, by the board. Les Barnett was
In addition to the regular elected to 8erve ^ the new TOp
course of study, individual in- Jewish Foundation president,
struction is offered in math- Barnett is ,, stranger to leader-
ematics, science, and foreign shi positions. He served as the
language The students request- T a Jewi8n Federation's earn-
ing such help are asked to brmg ; chairman in 1982 and is
their class plans and textbooks currently the president-elect of
from America. All the teachers the T Jewi8n Federation.
are American and hold advanced Lm hag been a representative on
deree8 the TOP Foundation board from
Community Calendar
Finny, November 16
Candlelighting time 5:17 p.m.
Sriudar,NManfar17
Hillel School "Gift of Gold." 8 p.m.
Sinfar November 18
Kol Ami Men's Club Brunch Community Book Fair B'nai B'rith
Annual Awards Dinner, 6 p.m. JCC Club Variety
rVbndoy, November 19
Hodassah-Tampa Chapter Supplies Lunch and Donor Kick-off, 10
a.m. Schaarai Zedek Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, November 20
ORT-Bay Horizons general meeting, 10:30 a.m. ORT-Tampa
Chapter meeting, 7 p.m.
j, itovaiuer 21
JCC Lunch Bunch, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites, 12 noon
Kol Ami Sisterhood Board meeting, 7:30 p.m.
TrMsdDy,NovembBr22
Thanksgiving Day JCC closed Schaarai Zedek Joint
Thanksgiving Services at Palma Ceia United Methodist Church
10a.m.
Friday, November 23
JCC All Day Children's Program Candlelighting time 5:15 p.m.
*ny, mvemaer a
Kol Ami Flea Market, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jewish War Veterans
general meeting, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood Hanukah Book
Fair, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary general
meeting, 10a.m. JCC Family Dinner, 5p.m.
Monday, November 26
Jewish Towers Residents Association Board meeting, 10 a.m
Tampa Jewish Federation Business and Professional Women's
Network. 6 p.m. B'na. B'rith North Tampa Board meeting 8
p.m. "'
Tuesday, November 27
Tampa Jewish Federation-Women's D,. sion Board meeting
9:30 a.m. Hadassah-Ameet General F ndraiser meeting 8
p.m.
Readers Write
11 nvmim' 28
National Council Jewish Women Board meeting, 9.45 a m
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a m Kol Ami
Semor Socialites, noon Kol Ami Men'sClub meeting, 730 p m
Tampa Jewish Social Service Board meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, November 29
ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling, 9:30
Federation Board meeting, 4 p.m.
a.m. Tampa Jewish
Friday, November 30
Candlel.ghting time 5:14 p.m. Kol Ami Hebrew Level III
Services, 7.30 p.m. Rodeph Sholom New Members Shabbat 8
p.m. Schaarai Zedek Adult Education Services, 8p.m
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Volume 6
21HESHVAN5746
Number 33
EDITOR, The Jewish Fbridian:
For 10 years now, I have had
the special opportunity to sing
with, and for the past four years,
coordinate the choir for the High
Holy days at Congregation
Rodeth Sholom. This enriching
experience has been under the
able direction of Hazzan William
Hauben to whom the singing of
the prayers has been entrusted.
This sensitive and knowledgeable
man, who sings from his soul, has
such a love of the ta'amim that he
is able to improvise so beautifully
and inspirationally on the prayer
motifs. Indeed, Rodeph Sholom
is fortunate to have a man who is
so adept at his art that he can
have an impart upon the com-
munity at large with such a high
quality of musical experience.
This year marks Cantor
Hauben's 15th year at Rodeph
Sholom and the effects of his
tenure are felt in the lives of
young and old, Christian and Jew
alike, in the Tampa Bay area.
From my point of view as a
Christian Anglo Saxon, who
loves the Jewish heritage and its
beautiful music from the Pen-
tateuch; and the fundamental
compositions of Lewandowski, to
semi-religious music and folk
songs, the service of the High
Holy days is an event I work
hard for and to which I look
forward each year.
This year the choir had an
integral part in the very
meaningful worship experience,
the first of its kind in this area!
Because of Cantor Hauben's wide
range of knowledge, and his large
collection of Jewish repertoire
(the largest library in all of
Central Florida), the choir was
able to present the classics of
composers of the 19th Century
and to present the influence of
20th Century Jewish composers.
Many different countries were
represented ranging from the
music of Russia's Nowakovski
Germany's Lewandowski!
Vienna a Zultzer, France's
Naumburg, Poland's B. Shorr
England's S. Alman, Israel's
Naomi Shemer, to America's
Helfman and Goldfarb. Last
year, the composition of Naomi
Shemer won first prize at the
International Israeli Festival in
Paris.
The services were alive with
the music of Jewish prayer in-
fluenced by different periods
geography, interpretations
mode, and style reflecting the
way Jewish people pray all over
the world. To sing is to celebrate
in song to sing this very
unique legacy passed down
through the ages from one Jew to
another is a spiritual experience.
What a wonderful privilege for
me to have a part in this
phenomenon to share this
beautiful intimate "harmony of
the world."
Dale Johnson
Les Barnett
Tampa since the endowment
development program began in
January, 1981.
"I know how vitally important
this program is to each of our
communities," said Barnett.
Because of my involvement ova
the last four years, I can see how
the Tampa community is on tat
brink of getting some very signi-
ficant gifts into the fund. I look
forward to working with all three
Federations in making the overall
Foundation program successful"
Other officers elected at the
TOP meeting were, Bill Kalish,
Tampa, Vice President. Invest-
ments; Jack Oppenheimer,
Orlando, Vice President. Legal
and Tax; Bruce Bokor, Pinellas,
Vice President, Development;
Irwin Miller, Pinellas, Secretary;
and Louis Feinberg, Orlando,
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The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
PRESCHOOL
PARENTS
AND TEACHERS
PLANNING PROGRAMS
The JCC Pre-School Parent*
Groups are actively p*"wjnj
programs and food-raisers to
benefit the Pre-School. We have
just begun a Green Stamp drive
in order to purchase additional
materials for our rlaawimini
Also, if any of you have toys.
puzzles or educational games
that are in good condition but
which your children have out-
grown, all donations are grate-
fully accepted.
Future plans for our pre-school
parents and community members
nclude a program on child abuse,
which will be presented by
Bonnie Saks. MD. a local psy-
chiatrist and pre-school parent.
In addition, on Nov. 12. our pre-
school teachers met to develop
and coordinate future programs
for the children. Parents, your
tions are still welcome'
Parents, teachers and children
alike are eagerly looking forward
to celebrating Thanksgiving in
our classrooms. It's going to be a
busy November for all of us in the
Pre-School!
YOUTH
WINTER WORLD
OF FUN SCHEDULED FOR
SCHOOL HOLIDAY
Get your ticket for a trip to our
Winter World of Fun! What's
that? It's our fabulous vacation
program for children K-6 on Dec.
21 and Dec. 24-28. Spend a week
in another country with a special
counselor! Watch this column for
further information.

BIDDY
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
The Biddy Basketball League
ia set to begin on Dec. 2. The
league will consist of two divi-
sions, grades three and four,
playing Sundays, 1-2:30 p.m..
and grades five and six, playing
Sundays. 2:30-4 p.m. There will
be four teams in each division,
and our game schedule starts
Jan. 6. Hurry and register now.
so you don't miss out on any of
the fun! Fees for members are
S30. non-members $45 (uniforms
will be provided!. A coaches'
clinir will be held on Dec. 5 for
fathers of children playing in the
league. For further information,
contact Bill Suskauer at the JCC
Jewish Community Center
2808 Horatio (Sooth End)
872-4451
3919 Moran Rd. (North End)
962-2863
Tampa, Florida
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All teen council presidents or
representatives and their ad-
visors as well as any interested
teens are welcome There will be
two groups. Tweens 7-8th grade,
and Teens 9-12th grades. Come!!!
SINGLES
ACTIVITIES
Our Singles' group has planned
some exciting activities for the
rest of November. On Sunday,
Nov. 18. we're going bowling at
Meadowlawn Lanes. 6393 9th St.
North. St. Pete. Can the Allevs
(522-2174) for directions, or give
Gerri a call at 578-0201. Coat is $4
for three games. Let's meet at 2
p.m.
On Friday, Nov. 23, we're at-
tending services at B'nai Israel in
Sr Pete at 8 p.m.. with a special
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ices. Call 381-4900 for further de-
tails.
Then it'a on to the Roller
Skating nnk for some exercise at
Carrollwood Skating Center at
the Main Street Shopping Center
on N. Dale Mabry at 8 p.m. Cost
is S3.
ADULTS
RAKIVRIT
ENJOYS
DELICIOUS DINNER
Our Hebrew-speaking club,
Rak Ivrit. is growing in numbers!
The group held a very successful
Israeli dinner on Wednesday.
Oct. 31. Interested in brushing-
up on your Hebrew? Come ioin
us!
CLUB VARIETY
TO HOST GAME NIGHT
It's time again to relax, meet
new friends, and just enjoy your-
self. Come to the JCC Library on
Sunday. Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. Bring
your favorite board or card
games and a dessert to share, and
join in on the fun. Charge is SI.
MEN OVER 30
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
The JCC Men Over 30 Basket-
ball League for those hearty
souls whose minds tell them
they're kids but whose bodies are
sending them an entirely dif-
ferent message will begin Dec.
1. Registration forms are avail-
able at the JCC.
VOLLEYBALL
It's not too late to get in on the
fun! Our Adult Volleyball
program continues on Thurs-
days, 6:30-9 p.m. Interested?
Give Bill a call at 872-4451.
LUNCH BUNCH
You are invited to join lunch
bunch. Total Beauty on Location,
with Carolyn Perry and Sandra
Cato. image consultants on
Wednesday, Dec. 5. 10 a.m.-12
noon, at Selena's, 1623 Snow
Ave.. Hyde Park. Cost is S7.75.
Babysitting available from
9:30 a.m. untill 12:30 p.m. for
additional fee.
AEROBICS
Even though our Free Month
of October has ended, we invite
you to take advantage of our
special "drop-in" fee so you can
sample our Aerobics program. S3
members, $4.50 non-members. Or
register as a regular: S20 per
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TWEEN/TEENS
LET'S PLAN THE FUTURE
A planning meeting will be
held on Tuesday (regular teen
night) Nov. 27 at 7:30 to decide
what activities tweens and teens
would like to have at the Center
Enjoy an evening of richf dancing troune at ImJi
cultural entertainment and holi- Chassidic FesUvd A itS"
formance will be held Dec. 6 it 8
p.m. at the Tampa Theatre
music
day
famous Israeli singing ""and
!?T* HO* 92b Patrons. S10
adulta, S8 students and senior
citizen, and S3 children 12 and
under. Group rates also available
month members, $30 -
non-members. North Eal]
GetmanapeforthebaivT
I8RAEUFOLKDANC
Our Israeli folk
gram continues on We
at 8 pjn. in the JCC ano
Not only for beginners .
for people who already km,
to dance. Come join the Q |
OONVER8ATI0NAI
HEBREW
Beginning Converset_
brew classes have begun, I
still have room for you! I
members, S37.50 aoa-u
for the 10-week course
meet 6:30-8:30 Weans
nights. Its not too late to j
SENIORS
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
The JCC Senior .
Friendship Club will .
next meeting on Monday,!
26. Guest speaker at the n
will be Rabbi Brod whose i
for discussion will be "Ui
Women in Jewish
noon, bag lunch, 1 p.m., i
games following the
Rita Garyn is volunt__
help-out with this group _
looking forward to working i,
our older adults who wi'
meeting monthly rather
weekly (as they had in the |
All Senior Citizens are i
to attend this special
Club meeting.
TRAVEL CLUB
TOJOURNEY TO
SUNKEN GARDENS
Travel Club's next trip
tour of hash, tropical
Gardens' magnificent
gardens with exhibits
exotic birds and animals. Bn
through the world's largesti
shop. Lunch $3.95 up is a I
Bradford House Restaurant]
your own. Cost: Travel
members $4.50, non-membml
We leave the JCC at 10 a.m.(
Thursday. Nov. 29 and :
3 p.m.
COMING EVENTS
Nov. 18 Community
Fair, Club Variety Game Ni(
Singles Bowling
Nov. 26 Singles Roller
ing. Friendship Club
Nov. 27. 28. 29 Holly
Caper
Nov. 29 Travel Clubs To
of Sunken Gardens
Dec. 1 Men Over 30 Bask*]
ball League begins
Dec. 5 Lunch Bunch "Toti
Beauty." Chassidic Festh
Israeli Fly-Away
ISRAELI FLYAWAY
We encourage you to p
ipate in the principal JCC
raising event of the year! L
lucky person and his guest
win a free trip to Israel or Ui
in cash. Interested? Call 872-^
or speak to a Board member
big winner will be announced t
Dec. 6 at the Chassidic Festival
Yes! We'd like
to help the JCC
to strengthen
coaasnunrty life.
Floating .
Mokr,