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Tampa, Florida Friday, January 25,1966
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January 27 is the date of Super
Sunday '86, a day that Jews join
together all over the United
States and raise money to
support Jewish agencies both
locally and overseas.
Here, in the Tampa Jewish
Federation, it is a day of
camaraderie and excitement. One
room of the Jewish Community
Center is filled with phones, and
rows of volunteers sit side-by-
side with fellow members of their
synagogues and organizations, as
they offer their Jewish friends
and neighbors the opportunity to
make their pledges that will keep
the community strong and
Make Super Sunday a family
day. There is a supervised
nursery where volunteers will
keep youngsters happy and occu-
pied during the time their parents
are busy at the telephones. Teen-
agers, can have the satisfaction
of knowing that they do their
share also, and serve as "run-
ners," taking pledge information
from the telephone room to the
offices, where other volunteers
stuff envelopes and perform cler-
There's food for everyone and a
festive atmosphere. A short
training session precedes each
More Super Sunday in-
The Rescue Of
It haa bean widely reported in the general media that prem-
ature publicity brought an untimely halt to the airlift rescue of
Because of the delicate nature of the operation, The Tampa
Jewish Federation and The Jewish Floridian chose not to report
on the rescue efforts over the past weeks.
The issue remains a sensitive one, and in the hope that means
will be found to complete the rescue, we will not print anything
that might endanger these efforts.
In the meantime, the Jewish Agency is deeply involved in
caring for those Ethiopian Jews who have reached safety. We
can all take pride in the fact that Israel, despite her many pro-
blems, continues to place the highest priority on human life
rather than economic concerns.
World Jewry Called Upon-
Thmpa Responds to Crisis
Author Gerda Klein to Speak
^o Business and Professional Women's Network Jan. 29
Tampa Jewish Federation Wo-
den's Business and Professional
Network will be hosting an even-
ng with author Gerda Klein
luring the group's Jan. 29 dinner
rnd program. The meeting, to be
eld at the home of Rhoda L.
JCarpay from 5:30 p.m. until 8
(im., will feature the B and P
Network's first campaign effort
pice the group's inception.
"We are all very fortunate to
kave Ms. Klein speak to us
piring our January meeting,"
aid Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division Director
jlhoda Davis. "She is a powerful
beaker and has addressed many
la Klein is a dynamic
iker who has a most in-
iguing and fascinating message
women of all ages. She is an
riithor, lecturer, historian,
journalist, Holocaust survivor,
wife, mother and grandmother.
Her first book, "All But My
Life," was hailed by critics all
over the world. Her second, "The
Blue Rose," was on the children's
best seller list; her third, "A
Promise of a New Spring," and
her most recent, "A Passion for
Snaring," are both well on then-
way to becoming great successes.
All working women are invited
to attend the informal dinner and
program. Campaign co-chairmen
Lois Older and Joyce Swarzman
and their committee have
planned an interesting and
memorable evening informal
networking will begin at 5:30
with cocktails and the dinner and
program will run from 6-8 p.m.
The evening is being hosted by
B and P member Rhoda L.
Karpay. There will be no charge
Continued on Page 3
Faced with the rescue and ab-
sorption of 10-12,000 Jews from
Ethiopia, Israel called upon
World Jewry to help. Israel's
economic crisis, exacerbated by
spiraling inflation and the ever
increasing defense needs, left the
coalition government of Shimon
Peres no option but to ask for
The Jewish Agency, which
handles all resettlement into Is-
rael, would need $60 million addi-
tional in cash by March 31. Why
so much? This migration needs
help in making the adjustment to
20th century society more so
than any other ingathering. They
arrive with no knowledge of elec-
tricity, plumbing or automobiles.
They will need social work assist-
ance for a long period as the
transition is made from a rural
agrarian isolated society to the
high tech society of the modern
Who are these Jews?
Perhaps part of the tribe of
Dan who separated from Moses
and went south over 2,000 years
ago. No one is sure, but they have
retained their Jewish identity
Senator Bob Packwood To Address
Federation Campaign Dinner Feb. 14
throughout the millenia. They are
"Beta Yisrael" the House of
Israel, as they call themselves,
not "Falashas," stranger or wan-
derer, as they've been dubbed.
The Jewish Agency, one of the
main recipients of funds raised
through the United Jewish
Appeal, had no expectation of
this influx when setting its 1985
Would World Jewry respond
immediately, in cash, over and
above the regular campaign? The
regular funds were budgeted so
tightly for the known immigra-
tion and absorption in Israel,
there was no way to stretch those
dollars. Yet, there was no way
Jews who had a chance to im-
migrate to Israel would be turned
away. The door would be kept
open despite all odds.
Sixty million dollars just
happens to be 10 percent of last
year'8 funds raised. Would every
community raise 10 percent more
In Tampa an emergency
meeting of several community
boards was held. There were 42
people in attendance who raised
$36,000 before the evening was
complete. That sealed Tampa's
Continued on Page 2
Doug Conn, chairman of the
11985 Tampa Jewish Federation-
lUnited Jewish Appeal Campaign,
Ihas announced that Senator Bob
packwood will be the guest
I speaker at the annual campaign
[dinner on Thursday evening,
This major campaign event
will be held at the Tampa Airport
Marriott Hotel with a cocktail
[reception beginning at 6:46 p.m.
The cost of the dinner is S22.50
per person and a minimum
combined commitment of $750 to
the 1985 Tampa Jewish Federa-
tion-United Jewish Appeal
Campaign. Conn has appointed
Lea Barnett and Jolene Shor to
serve as dinner co-chairmen. A
dinner committee is currently
A 16-year Senate veteran from
the state of Oregon, Packwood is
1985 TAMPA JEWISH FEDERATION
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL CAMPAIGN
1985 increase $143,751
Up 30 percent
1985 Campaign Goal $1,300,000
the chairman of the Senate
Finance Committee, one of the
most powerful committees in the
Senate. This committee oversees
the writing of all tax bills and
supervises 40 percent of the
Federal budget including
social security, health, revenue
sharing, Medicare and nearly all
Last year Packwood led the
fight for a major civil rights act,
and he is among the Senate's
staunchest supporters of Israel.
He has a reputation for candor
and independence and has shown
moral courage in facing up to
both Republican and Democratic
presidents, especially on issues
affecting Israel such as sophistic-
ated armament for Arab coun-
tries which he has continually
"We are looking forward to an
exciting evening on Feb. 14 and
are very fortunate to have such
an outstanding personality in
Senator Packwood as our key-
note speaker. We urge our com-
munity to respond by making
their reservations," Shor and
Senator Bob Packwood
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Friday. January 25. 1965
The Jewishness of Ethiopia's Jews
It could be that the Jews of
Ethiopia are the lost tribe of Dan.
whom the Bible describes as
"dark-complexioned." Or per-
haps they are descended from
King Solomon and the Queen of
Sheba. who saw herself as "black
but comely." Or maybe they were
once an African tribe, converted
by Jewish merchants traveling
north from southern Arabia, mil-
The truth of their origins is lost
in time. What is known is that
Ethiopia's Jews, cut off from
Judaism long before the Talmud
was written or the events of
Chanukah and Purim took place,
remained a community apart
from Ethiopia's neighboring
tribes venerating the Torah
and fervently following pre
rabbinic Jewish law and tradi
Over the centuries, travelers
made reference to a "Jewish
tribe" in Ethiopia, but Ethiopian
Jews were not "discovered'' by
the modem world until late in the
19th century. A hundred-year
debate began among the rabbis
about the Jewishness of these
strange Jews from Ethiopia an
argument that was finally re-
solved in 1973. when both Israel's
then-chief rabbis formally recog-
nized them as Jews.
That recognition was followed
in 1975 by a declaration fron
Israel's government that Ethio
pian Jews were entitled to enter
the Jewish State under the Law
The Jewish Agency, however,
had been in active contact with
Ethiopian Jewry long before. As
early as 1955. they had brought
27 Ethiopian youngsters to
Israel, trained them as teachers
in the Youth Aliyah village of
Kfar Batya and helped them back
The influence of these teachers
was significant: it blended a
vibrant tradition of Messianism
with modern Zionism and imbued
young and old in Ethiopia's
Jewish community with so
strong a yearning to return to the
Land that thousands willingly
risk the long dangerous journey
carrying only the clothes on theu
Tampa Responds To Crisis
commitment to Operation Moses.
Tampa would attempt to raise
$120,000 in cash, to be respon-
sible for saving 20 Jewish lives.
Several individuals committed
$6,000 a piece in order to save a
Michael L. Levine. immediate
past president of the Tampa
Jewish Federation, accepted the
chairmanship of this special
campaign. A community-wide
meeting was held at Congrega-
tion Rodeph Sholom on Dec. 20.
Synagogue presidents and
Rabbis from throughout the
community participated in this
evening which brought forth an
additional $30,000. Those in
attendance committed to contact
To date $80,000 has been
raised in Tampa and it is certain
the Operation Moses goal will be
reached. Levine has asked that
"each member of our Jewish
community consider an addi-
tional pledge to Operation Moses
amounting to at least 10 percent
of their 1964 Campaign commit-
To Operation Moses
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
has set a goal of having 100
percent participation from its
membership in the Operation
Moses campaign. Additionally
from Page 1
fhe congregation hosted the com-
munity called meeting.
Hillel Day School collected
several hundred dollars from its
students towards this effort.
AZA oftheB'naiB'rith Youth
Congregation Kol Ami has
encouraged each family to
contribute $30 tou
congregation of Kol Ami has al-
located its weekly Religious
School tzadakah to Operation
Congregation Schaarai Zedek
contributed $6,000 to save one
Jewish tife in addition to encour-
aging individual members to
participate in this effort. The
Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood
voted $600 towards this effort in
addition to the Congregation's
The campaign for this life-
saving venture goes on. How
ever, it cannot lessen the com-
mitment to the 1985 Tampa
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign. The support
services for which budgeting and
planning have taken place cannot
be cut back when the need is now
greater than ever.
The Torah, handwritten in book rather than scroll form andhun
of years old, is the only possession these men brought with themf
Ethiopia. Photo: Richard Lobell
Binnie Warshaw Coppersmith
Lincoln Center, Suite 131
5401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa. FL 33609
You Can Save A Life!
10,000 Ethiopian Jews can be rescued from starvation and persecution. This is an unparalleled
moment in history. It is as if we could have saved 10,000 Jews from Auschwitz.
We have the historic opportunity to resettle Jews in Israel. Operation Moses has started and will
continue until 10,000 Ethiopian Jews are safely in Israel.
Despite its financial crisis, the State of Israel will shoulder the responsibility and many of the
costs. Israel cannot rescue these Jews alone. The American Jewish community has responded by
committing $60,000,000 to be paid by March 31,1985.
For each $6,000 one Jewish life will be saved.
We have a moral imperative to discharge this obligation. We cannot stand by and watch Jews
die especially when we have the means to save them. If the words NEVER AGAIN are to have any
meaning, we must respond.
SAVE A LIFE SAVE LIVES!
"IF ONE SAVES ONE SOUL OF ISRAEL, IT IS AS IF HE SAVED THE WHOLE WORLD."
Our family (I) will join this historic effort and rescue_______Ethiopian Jews at a cost of $6,000
We (I) are pleased to be able to join in this effort and contribute $
towards rescue of an
This is not in lieu of your 1965 Tampa Jewish Federation/United Jewish Appeal commitment
and is payable in full by March 31,1965.
Please make checks payable to:
Tamps Jewish Federation O.M., 2806 Horatio Street Tampa, Florida 33009
Super Sunday- Where
Does Your Money Go?
Friday, January 25,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
As the Jewish Federation of
Vunpa prepares for Super
Qm "85 on Jan. 27, it will be
jjnjng for a new record in the
nHJay, all-out fund-raising
ftjrt for the Federation-UJA
hmpaign- We must raise
1100.000 on that one day.
Where does the money go?
. At home in Tampa the
\uapa Jewish Social Service. An
Ljency that provides professional
lounseling and community
ervices to assist in responding to
problems of daily living.
,,vher services offered by the
fampa Jewish Social Service
nclude family education,
(settlement of immigrant
Jewish families, information and
jferral, and special services to
The Tampa Jewish Com-
nunity Center exists in order to
erve the recreational, cultural
jid educational needs of the
fampa Jewish community. Aside
from ongoing classes, lectures,
beakers, film series, Israeli folk-
dancing and book reviews, the
[Jewish Community Center runs
Iwo excellent pre-schools (one on
the main JCC campus and the
kher at Congregation Kol Ami),
summer camp and Senior Citi-
zens program. The Center
athletic programs are among the
best in the city with major
lemphasis on gymnastics, basket-
Iball. soccer, T-ball, swimming
The HUM Day School offers
education of a superior quality in
both general and Jewish studies.
Small classes, innovative teach-
ing, and a flexible program help
to establish an ideal environment
The University of Sooth
Florida and University of Tampa
Hillel are centers for Jewish
educational, cultural, religious,
political and social expression in
an academic atmosphere. Its
objectives are to provide a means
for Jewish identity geared to the
interests and needs of a cohesive
Jewish university community,
and to provide a formal outlet for
contemporary Jewish expression.
In Israel our fund raising ef-
forts go to resettle Soviet as well
as Ethiopian Jews. Our contribu-
tions support rural settlements,
youth care centers, and academic
and vocational training services.
The dollars we raise subsidize
secondary education as well as
seven universities. It provides
rehabilitation and rent subsidy
for the elderly.
So where do the dollars go?
They go to build a better Jewish
community for us all of us
in Tampa, Israel and around the
On Jan. 27 answer the call.
Join together to make the
community and the world a
better place in which to live.
Hadassah Presents 'Heritage'
To Hillel Schools
Ellie Fishman, president of the
Tampa Chapter of Hadassah, and
orothy Garrell, education vice
president of the chapter, present
copy of Abba Eban's book,
['Heritage: Civilization and the
[lews," to Rabbi David Brusin,
principal of the Hillel School of
Tampa. The book will be added to
the Jewish Community Library
at the Jewish Community Center.
Tampa Chapter of Hadassah
eld a series of study sessions on
public television series
[Heritage: Civilization and the
lews," and made the book
Available for use by the Hillel
chool students and the corn-
Individuals or groups in-
erested in donating books
eded by the library may call
Ihe Hillel School at 875-8287 or
The Tampa Jewish Federation Women's
Division's Lion ofJudah held a luncheon on Jan.
9 at the Lincoln Hotel. Paula Borenstein, public
relations director of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, Paris office, and an authority on the
problems of Jewish refugees overseas, addressed
the group. Pictured at the luncheon are (left to
right) Janet Kass, luncheon chairman; Blossom
Leibowitz, division chairman; Loretta Linsky;
Sharon Stein; Borenstein; and Judith
Lion of Judah Division
Honors New Members
The Lion of Judah Division is a
level of the Women's Division
Campaign for women who
contribute $5,000 and above. The
division raises 36 percent of the
total Women's Division cam-
paign. This year the Women's
Division is proud to announce
three women who have con-
tributed $10,000 each to the 1985
Women's Division campaign.
Deep appreciation is extended to
Bobbe Karpay, Blossom
Leibowitz and Sally Weissman.
Warm appreciation is also ex-
tended to the members of the
Lion of Judah Division who have
pledged to date: Hope Barnett,
'Maureen Conn, Renee Druban,
Julia Flom, Roberta Golding,
Janet Kass, Lili Kaufmann,
Leonore Kessler, Marlene Linick,
New members are Loretta
Linsky, Lois Older, Rita
Perlman, Judith Rosenkranz, and
Women's Division Topaz Chairmen Announced
Terry Abrahams at the Jewish
Community Center, 872-4451.
Klein to Speak
Continued from Page 1
for the dinner.
Older and Swarzman state,
that "Excitement has been build-
ing in our B and P community
everyone is enthusiastic that
Gerda Klein is coming to Tampa.
This provocative woman is in
demand all over the world. Each
person attending will have the
opportunity to make her 1985
Women's Division gift; while
many have already signed their
pledge cards, we urge them to
join us to meet Mrs. Klein and
enjoy the evening we have
Reservations can be made by
calling the Federation Women's
Division office, 875-1618.
Alice Rosenthal, 1985
Women's Division Campaign
Chairman has announced the
chairmanship of the Women's
Division Topaz Division (women
contributors of up to $99).
Merilyn Burke and Debbie
Gitomer have agreed to co-chair
the Women's Topaz Division
(formerly known as the Telethon
Division). "THis will be the
second year they have co-chaired
this division," stated Rosenthal.
"Burke and Gitomer did an
excellent job for the community
in 1984. They also co-chaired
Super Sunday '84. This year
'Super Sunday Telethon' as it has
been known in the past has been
changed. Women's Division is
still a vibrant, visible part of
Super Sunday, but the 'Day' has
been reorganized to include many
more participants doing many
more campaign tasks than ever
before there will be telephone
and non-telephone volunteers.
Articles describing the Day
appear elsewhere in this issue."
Merilyn Burke is married to
John and they have two
daughters, Rachel and Sarah, the
Burke family are members of
Congregation Kol Ami. Merilyn
is co-owner of "Just Desserts"
Debbie Gitomer is married to Dr.
Steve and they are parents of a
son, Josh and a daughter, Shira.
The Gitomer family also belongs
to Congregation Kol Ami.
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The Lifeline Letters
Human Rights, the essence of
our freedom. Human Rights, that
which the Soviet Union system-
atically violates. These persecu-
tions are brought to the attention
of our community at this special
time through the Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Plea for
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews Bay Area
Chapter, co-sponsored by the St.
Petersburg Evening Independent
newspaper which published a
project during the month of
December called "Lifeline
Letters.'- The readers were
supplied with the names of perse-
cuted people of faith and with
guidelines on the most effective
ways to write behind the Iron
Curtain. Thousands of Baptists.
Lutherans. Jews. Orthodox, and
other religious people are behind
bars in Soviet bloc nations for
possession of religious literature,
organizing children in church,
and other "crimes against the
Mike Richardson, associate ed-
itor for editorials. St. Petersburg
Evening Independent, created
this letter writing project in 1963.
"Those of us who have the torch
must hold it high." he says.
"High enough for those in the
dark places, high enough that
they can see its flickering rays,
high enough that they can take
This year the American Jewish
Committee presented its Human
Relations Award to the Evening
Independent for this project.
Now is the time for our readers
to join in this letter writing
campaign of compassion and ad-
vocacy of human rights. For
more information and the insert
guide from the Evening Indep-
endent, please call the National
Conference of Christians and
The names of the following
Jewish people and the writing
advisory were compiled by the
Evening Independent through
the auspices of the National
Interreligious Task Force on
Soviet Jewry, Chicago, and from
the South Florida Conference of
Soviet Jewry. Miami.
In some cases, the addresses
are followed by names and ad-
dresses of family members or
friends who are affected by the
individual's imprisonment or the
denial of emigration requests.
Anatoly Vassilevsky. 3rd
Vladimirskaya. House 26.
building 1. apt. 6. Moscow
129626. RSFSR. USSR.
Boris Vekker. Prospect
Marshala Zaharova 27-3-272.
Leningrad. RSFSR. USSR.
Fema Verbukh. Engelss St. 5.
apt. 77. Kishinev 277051.
Moldavian SSR. USSR
Moishe Verbukh (father of
Fema I. Blvd. of the Soviet Army
4. spt. 82 Kishinev 27704.
Moldavian SSR. USSR.
Ida Verbukh (sister of Fema).
Sdirot Palatrin B. apt. 1. Hedera.
Yakov Ichilevich Volckh.
Krasnoznamenaia 74-5. Vinnitsa.
Ukrainian SSR. USSR
Raya Leizgold (daughter of
Yakov). Harav Kook 17-27.
Yakov Yarkhin. Engelsa 101.
apt. 52. Tula 300000. RSFSR.
Nellie Yarkhin (wife of Yakov!.
Str. Dolev 2-36. Carmiel 20100.
Israel Yusupov, Cousari St.,
Sammeda Vourguna 20. Azer-
baijan SSR. USSR.
Sasun Yusupov (son of Israel).
BOUGHT AND SOLD
WERE SPECIALISTS IN
The Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division
sponsored a Human Rights poster and essay
contest for school children judged by Steve
Steiner. director of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, and Leslye Winkelman, di-
rector of the ADL. Shown (left to m
Steiner; Lisa Kelman, essay winner; SK
Korn, poster winner; and Winkelman.
Mayor Bob Martinez issued a proclamation
observing the Women's Plea for Sovirt Jewry-
Human Rights Day Jan. 6. Shown accepting the
proclamation for the Tampa Jewish Federation
are (left to right I Rhoda Davis, director. Women's
Division; Judith Rosenkram. presidnet,.
Jewish Federation; Martinez; Lili Kauf,
president, Women's Division; and Ruth
Women's Division vice president of
Tashiag 983-6. Migdal Hameq.
Yuri Zieman. Maria Ulyanova
Str. 19. apt. 98. Moscow 117331,
Mark Borodyansky, Bulvar
Druzhby Naradov 11, kv. 46.
Kiev 252042, Ukrainian SSR.
Sara and Alexei Borodyansky
(parents of Mark). Rahavat
Hahayal 7-20. Beersheva. Israel.
Mark Tarshis. Kosinskava ul.
24. korp 1. apt. 137, Moscow
111086. RSFSR. USSR.
Leib Tzuker, Plovdiva 9-3, apt.
118, Kishinev 43, Moldavian
Morris Tzuker (son of Leib),
Dror 8-12, Afek Kiryat Bialik,
Marselska St. 11. apt. 61,
Feiga and Michael Vasser-
shteyn (parents of Vladimir), 963
Collins Ave., apt. 509, Miami
Beach. Fla. 33139.
Leonid and Bella Doks. P.
Osipenko 22, apt. 1, Vinnitsa
Ukrainian SSR, USSR
Traktirechik (parents of i
Henrietta Szold 5-4, Peual
Boris and Vladimir _
(brothers), Pushkinskayi L
apt. 56, Kharkov Ukrainiul
Boris and Vladimir), 16 Fil
St.. Brighton, Mass. 02135.
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Congregation Schaarai Zedek co-sponsored
m annual Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry in
[injunction with Human Rights Day Jan. 6. Al
Jorspan, vice president of the Union of American
Mebrew Congregations and director of the
omtnission on Social Action of Reform Judaism
was the guest speaker. (Shown from left) Lili
Kaufmann, president, Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division; Joan Altshuler, Adult
Education chairman, Congregation Schaarai
Zedek; Rabbi Frank Sundheim, Congregation
Schaarai Zedek; Vorspan; and Ruth Polur, vice
president of Women's Division Special Events.
Mikhail and Antonina
'liakov. Festivalnaya 31, kv.
, Moscow 125915, RSFSR,
Vladimir Berkun, U.
tcheluskintsev 169, apt. 23,
netsk 340002, Ukrainian SSR,
Anna Roza (sister of Vladimir),
b. Noah 8, 69050 Ramat Aviv,
pel Aviv, Israel.
Boris Boim. Altufievskoe
fchosse House 95B, apt. 253,
Moscow 127572, RSFSR, USSR.
Vladimir and Rimma Brawe,
_ Bolshaya Cherkizovskaya St.,
)ldg. 5, apt. 15, Moscow 105264,
Larissa Shapiro (sister of
Rimma), 33 French Meadow
ane, Rochester, N.Y. 14618.
Eva Brekhman, Novosibir-
^kaya 40, apt. 53, Kishinev
Baila Brekhman, (mother of
Eva), Rimon 634-22, Nazaret
Mark Brodkin, Kavkazskaya
apt. 35, Saratov 410049,
Vera and Naum Brodkin
(parents of Mark), Ha'Teana 21-
\ Carmiel, Israel.
Dr. Vladimir Brodsky, ul
oshina 38-2, kv. 343, Moscow
117602, RSFSR, USSR.
Isabella Reinov, Montvilos 10-
Vilnius 9, Lithuanian SSR,
Irving Sanditen (uncle of
Isabella), 2980 Point East Drive
Bldg. D-407, North Miami Beach,
Alexander Baiter, 88 Lenina
We., apt. 49, Riga 226000.
atvian SSR, USSR.
Lev Fabricant, Volguntes 11,
|pt. U. Riga, Latvian SSR,
Vladimir Frankel, Maskavas
198, apt 49, Riga, Latvian SSR,
Baruch Frenkel (brother of
Vladimir), P.O.B. 3360,
Jerusalem 97033 Israel.
Leonid Umansky, Lenin St. 88,
apt. 49. Riga, Latvian SSR,
Zakhar Zunshein, Prison 78-21,
Riga, Latvian SSR, USSR.
Tatiana Zunshein (wife of
Zakhar), Lenina HI, apt 22, Riga
226001, Latvian SSR, USSR.
The writing advisory follows:
What do I write?
Write in English (unless you
know the country's native
Send letters, notes, poet-
cards, and even bookmarks.
Make your letters warm, per-
sonal, casual, and friendly. Tell
about your family, your job, or
studies, travels, hobbies. Include
a picture, if you wish and ask for
one in return.
Number your letter at the top
of the page. This way, your
family can tell you they received
letter No. 2, for example, but not
Continue to write, even
though you do not receive an
answer at once.
If you receive an answer,
reply promptly. Remeber you are
the family's tie with the outside
What to Avoid
Avoid mentioning names of
Avoid political criticism of
the USSR or the government of
the satellite country.
Avoid mentioning Israel in
your first letter, until you are
sure your letters get through.
Refer to "homeland," "land
where it is warm," "Place where
we hope to meet someday."
Avoid anything provocative
or accusatory about the USSR or
the satellite country's govern-
ment. Do not indicate in any way
that you wish the persons were
free or that you are seeking his or
Signing and Mailing.
You may sign your letter
with "Shalom" to let them know
you are Jewish.
Carefully copy the address.
Address the envelope by
hand (don't type) and mark it
Put on the correct postage.
You may send aerogrammes,
purchased at the poet office. If
you wish you may send your
letter by return reply requested,
registered air mail.
Don't expect an answer.
Most of the letters do reach their
destinat.ion, but it is difficult to
Keep a careful record. Make a
carbon or photocopy of your
letters for your files.
Information for this article was
compiled from a guide for parti-
cipants in the Lifeline Letters
project of the St. Petersburg
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 26
Rodeph Sholom Jewish National Fund Shabbat, 10 a.m.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27
Super Sunday All Day Schaarai Zedek Forum, 9:30 a.m. -
Jewish War Veterans general meeting, 10 a.m. Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary general meeting, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Men's
Club Schaarai Zedek Schzfty Activity
MONDAY, JANUARY 28
Jewish Towers Residents' Association Board Meeting, 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith North Tampa Board meeting, 8 p.m.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29
Tampa Jewish Federation-Women's Division Board meeting,
9:30 a.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Business and
Professional Women's Network Event, 5:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m. Temple
David Sisterhood meeting, 1 p.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood Board
meeting, 7:30 p.m. National Council Jewish Women Tours,
Schaarai Zedek Adult
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ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Candlelighting time 5:50 p.m.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2
Kol Ami Singles Dance Kol Ami Sisterhood Bowling
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Kol Ami City-Wide 6th and 6th Grade Function Schaarai
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Schaarai Zedek Executive Board meeting, 12:30 p.m. ORT-
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ORT-Bay Horizons Board meeting, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Men s
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Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. Hadaaaah-Ameet Board meeting,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood Interfaith Luncheon, 11 a.m. Kol
Ami Senior Socialite, noon Tampa Jewish Federation Exec-
utive Board meeting, noon Hadassah-Shalom Brandon Board
meeting, 8'p.m. Rodeph Sholom Board meeting, 8 p.m.
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Jason Harris Slohn. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Slohn. will be
called 10 the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 2 at
10 a.m at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom. Kabbi Kenneth Berger
The celebrant is a student at
Rodeph Sholom Religious School
and a member of Kadima. Jason
attends Young Junior High
School and is in the seventh
grade. He plays football with the
Cardinals of the Tampa Bay
Youth Football League and
soccer with the Carrollwood
Mr. and Mrs. Slohn will host
the Kiddush luncheon and Oneg
Shabbat following the services in
honor of the occasion and a
reception Saturday night at the
Rusty Pelican Restaurant.
Special guests will include
Mrs. M. Jarman. New Jersey;
and Mrs. and Mrs. I. Sloane, New
Marcus Scott Sacks, son of
Marcia and Jay Sacks, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 26, at
11 a.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek. Rabbi Frank Sundheim
and Rabbi Joan Farber will of-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kaplan of
Tampa announce the engagement
of their daughter, Shari-Ann. to
Johnny William Summers, son of
Glenda Barnett, Tampa, and
William E. Summers, Lutz.
The bride-elect is a dental as-
The bridegroom-elect is self-
A September 1 wedding is
planned at Remoda Gardens with
Rabbi Jan Bresky officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Sami Kay of
Tampa announce the engagement
of their daughter, Michelle Patty,
to Mitchell Allan Schips, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schips of
Palm Harbor, Fla.
The bride-elect is a cosmetolo-
gist at Supercuts and a graduate
of the Manhattan Beauty School.
The bridegroom-elect, a former
Army officer, is a graduate of the
University of South Florida.
A March 17 wedding is
planned at Congregation Kol
Marc attends Schaarai Zedek
Religious School and is a member
of the Junior Youth Group. He is
in the eighth grade at Adaim
Junior High, a High Honors
student and participates in the
Adams Math League. He placed
second in individual scoring at a
recent Hillsborough County
competition. Marc plays basket-
ball for the Tampa Jewish Com-
munity Center and his other
interests include tennis and
Mr. and Mrs. Sacks will host
the Friday evening Oneg
Shabbat and the Saturday
Kiddush luncheon at The Rusty
Pelican following services. They
will entertain out-of-town guests
at home Saturday evening.
Denise and Eddy Harris, Anne
and Marvin Conn and Estelle and
Izzy Kubanks will host a brunch
on Sunday morning at Jeffrey's
of West shore.
Special guests will include
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Eugene, Ore.; Denise, Eddy,
Joshua and Emily Harris, Anne
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are reading and poetry. Before
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Kiddush luncheon following the
services and a Sunday brunch at
their home in honor of this occa-
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On January 27th, a Super
Sunday volunteer will be
calling you. It's your chance
to answer the call to life.
By pledging your support
to the 1985 Tampa Jewish
Appeal campaign, you will be
participating in a nationwide
effort to better the Jewish
community worldwide. Your
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HADASSAH TO HOST
To honor the tradition of
Hadassah, which began as a
study group for 12 Jewish women"
in 1912 under the leadership of
Henrietta Szold, the Tampa
Chapter of Hadassah will offer a
Jewish Education Day to the
community. Interested members
of the community are invited to
attend and participate. It will be
held at the Jewish Community1
Center on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Featured in the morning!
session from 10 a.m. to noon wiS
be Rabbi Joan Farber who will
talk about the history of Jewish
symbols such as the Star of!
David, which was most widely
used by Jews as a talisman'
against evil-doers until about 100
years ago. Other symbols to be
discussed are the mezuzah,
menorah, shabbat candles, and
the yarmulke. There will be a
question and answer period.
Also taking part in the
program will be Use Juergensen,
who will read portion of her
poetry that will follow a Jewish
theme. Dorothy Garrell will give
short biographies of famous Jew-
ish women of our century in the
format of TV commercials
throughout the morning.
The origins of four holiday
desserts honey cake for Rosh
Hash an ah. apple strudel for
Succoth, h amen t as hen for Purim
and macaroons for Passover
will be explained by Shirley
After adjourning the session,
coffee and these homemade
holiday desserts will be served.
The evening session will also
be held at the JCC in the new
Jewish Community Library from
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Two speakers will be featured.
Rabbi Steve Kaplan's topic will
be "Can Judaism be Fun?" The
philosophical and mystical side of
Judaism will be explored where
unexpected joy and fulfillment
may be found.
Rabbi Theodore Brod will
entertain and stimulate us with a
variety of Jewish folktales, the
kind that make you smile as you
Over the years Hadassah
evolved into an organization of
volunteers who support health
care and education programs in
Israel through the Hadassah
Medical Organization, Hadassah
Israel Education Services, Jew-
ish National Fund, and Youth
Aliyah. In America Hadassah
sponsors programs on American
Affairs, Zionist Affairs, Jewish
Education, and American Youth
Groups and Camps.
Serving on the Jewish
Education Day Committee are
Freda Brod, Dorothy Garrell,
Harriet Lieb, Shirley Lewenthal,
and Nancy Mizrachi. For more
information please call Freda
Brod at 251-2551.
On Saturday, Feb. 9
Hadassah-Ameet Chapter will
hold its annual Progressive
Dinner. Donation is $17.50 per
person. For reservations, please
call Alma Black. 963-3524 before
Temple David Sisterhood is
pleased to announce that their
Hamentaschen bake sale is now
in progress. The assortment is
again poppyseed and prune
filling. For orders, please call
Fritzie Kichler, chairman at 877-
2721 or Sophie Sternfeld at 870-
2723. You won't want to miss out
this year on these delicious
The 1985 officers and chairmen
of the Jewish Towers Association
are: President Henry Weill;
First Vice President and Fund-
raising Chairman, Yetta Giac-
cotto; Second Vice President and
Publicity Chairman, Nettie
Mattox; Recording Secretary,
Miriam Sansweet; Treasurer,
Marcia Simon; Corresponding
Secretary; Evelyn Lopez; Social
and New Member Chairmen, Bert
Green and Evelyn Compton;
Entertainment, Ann Spector,
Janet Lynn, and Ruth Kirschner;
and Sunshine Chairmen, Bella
Nemiroff and Ceil Silverman.
to Have New Tempo
Lou Morris, Howard Sinsley
and Mike Levine are announcing
this year's Jewish Music
Festival. It will have an entirely
different format and feeling from
previous music festivals.
This year the featured enter-
tainment will be three of
America's foremost cantors.
Sharing the bill and bringing a
diversifed program to the
evening will be cantors Malcolm
James, Ruth Devorah, and David
Curtis. Each of these artists has
strong areas and will bring a new
and enchanting feeling to the
1985 Jewish Music Festival.
The date of the festival is
Sunday, March 10, at 7:30 p.m.
at Rodeph Sholom Synagogue.
Information may be obtained by
calling the synagogue office at
Temple David Sisterhood will
hold a regular meeting on
Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. at
the Temple David Synagogue.
The program will be a book
review. Dessert and coffee will be
A Shabbat traditional service
will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday
morning, with a complete
Shachrith-Musaf. Rabbi Samuel
M. Mallinger will conduct the
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service and perform the Torah
reading Sedrah. He will present a
sermon, "Emancipation and
Freedom Requires Meticulous
Preparation." Mr. Jack Solowitz
will host a Kiddush luncheon in
honor of Aaron Berger upon his
return from Israel.
The Sabbath of Song will be
observed at Temple David at the
9 a.m. Saturday morning service,
Feb. 2 with the rabbi leading in
the service. His sermon will be,
"Realization of Freedom and Its
Meaning." The theme of "Tu
Bishvat-Jewish Arbor Day" will
be carried with appropriate
meditations and readings. The
traditional fruits of "Tu Bishvat"
will be served at the Kiddush
February, long designated as
Interfaith and Fellowship Month,
will once again bring the annual
Ann Zack Interfaith Program to
Rodeph Sholom. Proud of this
tradition of 24 years, Sisterhood
will play host at a reception for
many old and new friends repre-
senting many area churches and
synagogues. A program will
follow which will feature Rabbi
Kenneth Berger who will speak
on Tu-B'Shevat. This holiday has
special significance for this event
since it teaches, from the Bible
itself, respect for one another,
even for one's enemies. For we
are instructed that even in war
we must preserve fruit-bearing
trees so as to prevent starvation.
This program, arranged by
Judith Schwartz, Rodeph Sholom
Sisterhood Interfaith Program
Chairman, will take place on Feb.
6, at 11 a.m., in the Rodeph
Rosenkranz to Speak
at UJA Shabbat
Judith Rosenkranz, president
of the Tampa Jewish Federation,
will be the guest speaker at
Shabbat Services Jan. 25.
Waiter To Lead
On Jan. 26, Larry Wasser,
executive director of the Jewish
National Fund, will be the guest
speaker at our Kiddush Club
Havurah. A Kiddush Club
Havurah is a kiddush lunch
followed by a topic of con-
versation. This takes place
immediately following Shabbat
services. Everyone is cordially
invited to participate.
On Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 11
a.m. the Rodeph Sholom Sister-
hood will celebrate its 44th
Elaine B. Baraea, 68, of 548 W. Davla
Blvd., Tampa, died Sunday, January 18,
1886. A 12-year resident of Tampa, Mrs
Barneaa moved here from Philadelphia,
where she was born. She Is survived by
her husband, Dr. Lewis A. Barneas; a
son, Joseph M. Barness. Tampa; two
daughters, Carol J. Bamess, Brooklyn,
N.Y., and Laura B. Blakeman, Houston,
Tex.; two sisters, Anita Doroshow and
Marcia LlpachuU. both of Philadelphia,
Henry Knabel. 73, of Tampa, died
Friday, January 11, 1 He had lived
In the Bay area SB years, coming from
Philadelphia, Pa. He retired In 1977
from the Florida Highway Safety
Department He waa a member of the
Hlllsborough Optimist Club where he
had been secretary treasurer of the
Optimists Florida district. He waa a
member of Congregation Schaaral
Zedek. He Is survived by his wife,
jCathertne "Kitty" Knabel. Tampa;
daughter and son-in-law, Ginger and
Ernest Rogers, Plant City; two grand-
children, Danette and Brian Rogers,
Plant City; an aunt, Hilda Kehr. Phlla-
1 delphla. Pa. Donations may be made to
your favorite charity.
2001 Swann Avenue*251 4218 .Rabbi Samuel MalUngcr*Services. Friday i
p.m.; Saturday. 9 a.m. "Dally morning and evening mlnyan, 7:S0a.m.,j:i| I
CONGREGATION KOL AMI Conservative
3916 Moran Road 982-8888 Rabbi Judah Fish Service
Saturday. 10 a.m.
CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM Conservative
2713 Bayshore Boulevard 887-1911 Rabbi KenneUi Berger, harian Wlim- I
Hauben.Services: Friday, 8p.m.; Saturday, 10a.m. Dally: Mlnyan,7:i.
CONGREGATION 8CHAARAI ZEDEK Reform
3308 Swann Avenue. 876-2877. Rabbi Frank N. Sundhelm. Rabbi Joan Giant '
Farber. Services: Friday.8 p.m.; Saturday. 9:80a.m.
Jewish Center, University of South Florida-Fletcher Arms Apartmenti,
Fletcher Ave.. Tampa 38620 971-8788 or 982-2875 Rabbi Yossl Dubrowiu
Director, and Rabbi Shlomo SalvUowsky, Assistant Rabbi Friday, 7 p.m
Shabbat Dinner and Services; Sunday morning 9a.m. Mlnyan and Brunch, I
Monday Hebrew Class 8 p.m.* Orthodox Mlnyan In Carrollwood areaFrldij
night at 7 p.m. and Saturday morning 9:80 a.m. 962-2876
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
B'nal B'rlth Hlllel Foundation, Jewish Student Center. University of Soutt
FloridaCTR 2382*Steven J. Kaplan, PhD, Dlrector5014 Patricia Ct.,N& \
172. Tampa. Florida 38617 (Village Square ApU.) 988-7076 Shabbat 8*
vices 7:80 p.m.-Sunday Bagel Brunches. 12 noon.
Annual Torah Fund Luncheon.
Invitations have been mailed to
all members and guests. This
luncheon is a fundraiser for the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. It is the spiritual,
academic and cultural center of
the Conservative movement in
Adult Education Series
Rabbi Kenneth Berger will lead
an exciting new adult education
series on How to Do It Your-
self Four Monday nights
February 4, 18, 25, and March 4,
at 7:30 p.m. Topics to be
discussed are: 1. How to make
Shabbat a meaningful experience
in your home; 2. All about
Kashrut; 3. Making Purim an
unforgettable experience; 4.
Looking ahead to Pesach How
to make a successful Seder.
For further information on
these lectures, please call the
"Re-Fill," the ongoing
counseling program for women
who have become addicted to
prescription medications, has
been offering alternative methods
of dealing with stress to Bay area
women since 1981.
"Re-Fill" incorporates medical
consultation with the center's
physician, Dr. Barbara Ogur of
the University of South Florida
Medical School. Clients also
attend a weekly support group.
For more information, please
call the Women's Survival
Center, 305 Hyde Park Avenue in
Tampa at 251-8437.
, Widows Support Group
Each Friday, from 10 ami
until noon, widows in the Bui
area meet at the Women's
Survivial Center in Tampa wkL
professional counselor Donn*|
The Widow's Support Group,!
one of the many programs offend I
at the center, provides a nuri
turing atmosphere for womal
who are dealing with the |
pressures of widowhood.
For more information, pleast]
call the center at 251-8437.
"Women are afraid that if I
they are mature, they are noil
marketable," says Barbinf
Knowles, Job Developer at tail
Women'8 Survival Center oil
Tampa, "but that is only trueil
they believe it."
"Mature women have
tremendous number of skills thai
they are unaware of, and actual!'j
the mature woman is
marketable," says Knowles.
Knowles facilitates the Jo
Club for clients of the center. Tbel
Job Club, whkh meets even*!
Friday from 10 a.m. to noonj
offers support to displaced honl
makers and women in transition
who are looking for gainfaj
At the Job Club women shml
ideas, offer each other strengtl|
and experience, and network l
exchange job ideas.
Says Knowles of her dienttl
"What impresses me most abow
the women who come to tr"
Women's Survival Center, is ho
bright and highly motivated!
Robert A. Levin
L. Mark Carron
EF Hutton & Company Inc.
102 W. Whiting St., 2nd Fir.
Tampa, FL 33602
Telephone (813) 223-4946
Nat'l Wats Line: 1-8OO-237-8610
m m m m
BLUE STAR CAMPS
In The Mountains Of Hendersonville,
invites you, your family, and friends to a
Get-together Slide Presentation Dessert
Sunday, January 27
Tampa Jewish Community Center
2808 Horatio Street
Accredited by ma ACA
For Information call, Elaine Stupp 259-1223
and leave message.
Friday, January 26,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 11
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Rehearsals have begun for
"Peter Pan," to be presented on
March 30. Children ages Kinder-
garten through sixth grade are
rehearsing on Wednesdays from
4:30 to 6 and-or Fridays from
4:30 to 6. Note that all ages are
now participating in the show,
and that only one show is being
done, at the Main JCC. Small
parts are still available. Simply
come to the next rehearsal. Cost
for participation is $40 for mem-
bers, $60 for non-members.
The Jewish Community Center
On Feb. 3 from 1 to 4 p.m., the
JCC and the Jewish National
Fund will present a family fun
i day for the entire Jewish commu-
nity. The theme for the day will
: be "Pioneers of Israel," and a
tower and stockade will be built
I as part of the start of the tradi-
tion of tree-planting. Many other
activities will also be available. If
you are interested in helping-out
with this program, please contact
Terry at the Center.
This month the blue room and
the red room are discovering how
we get from here to there. We will
be learning about land, water and
air transportation and how these
methods of travel relate to us.
Each child is designing his own
car, and at the end of the unit
they will all participate in a car
show. It is anticipated that cars
of various shapes, sizes and
colors will be exhibited, and
awards for design will go to all
Be sure to sign-up for our
tennis tournament Jan. 26-27.
For a mere $5 fee for members,
$7.50 for non-members, you can
enroll in any combination of the
following: men's singles, men's
doubles, women's singles,
women's doubles, and mixed
doubles. Come join in the fun!
And what, you ask, is BBB
Aerobics? Simply an aerobics
class uniquely designed to Burn
your Bellies, Buns and Bulges
off! A fun dance-aerobic time
with routines and special "inch"
burning exercises geared to
reducing belly, buns and thigh
bulges, instructed by Melody
Jurado. Offered at the South End
only. Cost is $20 members, $30
Just a reminder that our JCC
North End offers a terrific course
in Adult Aerobics 9-10 a.m. Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday.
Cost is $20 members, $30 non-
members monthly, or $3
members, $4.50 non-members
walk-in. Give us a try!
The results of the JCC basket-
bail teams' most recent efforts
are as follows:
Junior High: Riverhills-22,
JCC-12. High School: Riverhills-
The TAMPA TEEN
TOGETHERNESS date was
given incorrectly in the last two
issues. This fun evening which
will include Q105 disc jockey
Mike Reeves, movies, food,
sleepover, fun and friends will
be held on Jan. 26. Please call for
reservations. $5 for JCC mem-
bers, $7.50 for non-members.
Our Self-Defense class for
teens meets on Tuesday nights
from 7 to 8. We encourage you to
join this class and learn techni-
ques to defend yourself against
Also on Tuesday nights our
Tuff Stuff Aerobics class meets
from 7:45 to 8:45. Aerobics
builds strength, develops flexi-
bility, increases endurance and
improves muscle tone all this
and more while you're listening
and moving to the latest hits
with your friends! Let's get
The singles' program commit-
tee is hard at work planning light
January, February and March
programs. The highlight of our
winter activities wfll be a "grand
opening" dance to be held on
March 10. A special flyer has
been mailed, so if you have not
received one, please call the
Center and get your name on our
YOUR CHILD AND DRUGS
Gary Dudell of the Mendez
Foundation is leading a seminar
at the Main Branch called
"Choices and Challenges Your
Child and Drugs." This timely
topic will be offered at 7:30 p.m.
on Tuesday, Feb. 5, and will
explore the proper action to take
if your teenager (or younger)
shows symptoms of drug or
alcohol use. A must for all
KVEL OR KVETCH
Take a look at the Challenge of
Parenthood with Rabbi Steve
Kaplan of the Hillel Foundation.
A teaching experience focusing
on philosophies of Judaism and
their relationship to effective
child-rearing practices. This
series of four seminars begins
Feb. 4, and the cost is $20 (one
parent) or $30 (a couple) for
members, and $30 (one parent) or
$45 (a couple) for non-members.
You are encouraged to bring
questions or problems dealing
with philosophy or psychology as
they relate to these topics. Please
let us know in advance that you
are planning to attend by regis-
tering at the JCC.
Put Jan. 29 on your calendar
for our first movie of the series.
"The Frisco Kid" will be shown
on Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m. A
special showing for seniors will be
held that afternoon at 1 p.m.
Charge: $2 evening, $1
afternoon, or $5 for the entire
series of three movies.
PLANS FISHING TRIP
AND G ASP ARILLA PARTY
Although Club Variety'8 first
planning session of the new year
will not be held until Tuesday,
Feb. 5, at 7 p.m. at the JCC con-
ference room, two terrific activ-
ities have already been an-
The first is a fishing trip, to be
held on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Call
our group president Lil Singer
(831-5648) if you are interested in
a fulfilled day of fishing with
The second is a Gasparilla cos-
tume party, scheduled for Mon-
day, Feb. 11. Our gala evening
will begin with a dinner catered
by Sonny's featuring barbecued
ribs, chicken, cole slaw, baked
beans and iced tea. We will pro-
vide the set-ups at this BYOB
affair. Don't forget: there will be
prizes for the best costumes.
Place Loft's Club House (off
Humphreys and Dale Mabry);
time 8 p.m.; charge $10 per
IN THE STOCK MARKET
Don't forget about our two-
sessions course entitled "The
Stock Market What's Ahead
in the '80's" being offered on Feb.
4 and Feb. 11 at the Main
Branch. Emerging trends in the
stock market, the market as a
whole, and various industry seg-
ments will be discussed in the
Feb. 4 session. Cost for the two
classes is $5 members and $7.50
non-members, time is 7:30-9:30
Inadvertently omitted from
your Winter Program Guide are
continuing ballet classes for
adults, on Tuesday and-or Thurs-
day 9-10 a.m. Cost is $16 once-
week or $25 twice-week for mem-
bers, and $25 once-week or $37
twice-week for non-members.
Payment is accepted upon at-
tendance at first class.
TRAVEL CLUB NEWS
The JCC Senior's Travel Club
will hold its 1985 kick-off meeting
on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 10:30
a.m. to plan travel events for the
Already on Travel Club's
schedule is a day of shipboard fun
and frolic, on Wednesday, Feb.
13. Sail away for a day of swim-
ming, sunning, dancing, games,
movies, casino gambling, ship-
board horse racing, and a Broad-
way style review! Add to all these
activities three wonderful meals
and you have a thoroughly en-
joyable Sea Escape Venture. Cost
is $73 members and $83 non-
members. The ship will depart
promptly at 9 a.m., so we must
leave the Center at 8 a.m. sharp.
We'll be returning at 11 p.m. Call
the Center for further informa-
tion or reservations.
The Senior Council will be
having a white elephant sale at
the Israeli Independence Day
function. We need goods
please bring your oddities and
extras to Judy London's office.
NEEDED: TRAVEL CLUB
Are you interested in working
with senior citizens? Do you
enjoy taking fun trips? If so, why
not combine the two and assist
our Travel Club as a special
volunteer? If you are the one who
coordinates the trip, your way is
paid! And the satisfaction of
working with our seniors is
enormous. For more information
and an interview, call Judith
London at the Center.
HOW TO STAY
YOUNG AT HEART
Beginning Feb. 5 and continu-
ing through March 21, Jan
Roberts, Director of Behavioral
Medicine Consultants of Florida,
will conduct a course on Tuesday
and Thursday for seniors who
want to stay young at heart. In-
formation and instruction will be
provided concerning medication
and medical attitudes toward
older patients, how to talk to
your doctor, stress reducers (such
as laughter, play, peer support
and sex), detecting and
managing depression, and ad-
vocating for yourself. Register by
Feb. 1 with Judy London.
J'AI A'LAI CANCELLED
Travel Club's J'ai A'lai trip for
Feb. 6 has been cancelled and will
Seniors 60 and over, pick-up
and fill-out your application to
receive the Silver Pages Direc-
tory of businesses and organiza-
tions offering discounts to
seniors. Members will receive a
membership card which identifies
them to merchants. The direc-
tory, which will be published in
August, is being sponsored by
the Southwest Telephone
Company and the Area Agency
on Aging. For further informa-
tion, contact Judith London at
Thursday, Feb. 7, 7:30.
Conference room. JCC
Tampa Teen Sleepover
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Saturday, January 26th 8:00 p.m.8:00 a m
Open to Teens 14-18 $5.00
Q105 DJ, Mike Reeves for DANCING!
Q105 DJ Mike Reeves
DANCING! MOVIES! FOOD! GAMES' FUN-
CALL 872-4451 for reservations
Jan 26 Tamp, ,
Jan. 26-27 _
Jan. 29 -
Jan. 30 dub v.
Fishing Trip, Travel
Feb. 3 Tu B'l
Feb. 4 ChalleM
First class on The
Feb.6 Young at
Seminar begins; Your'
and Drugs Seminar; M
Variety Planning Session
Feb. 11 Club Va
Senior's Game Day 1
Feb. 13 Travel
Sea Escape Venture
SACS HAS NEW HOI
The Seniors Arts and _
Shop has announced ita|
hours, effective immedu
Downtown stores I
Madison St. Monday and'
day, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
JCC Store 2808 He
Monday-Friday 9 ajn.l|
Alternate Thursdays 4-71
SACS is for seniors 551_
living in Hillsborough Con
is an income-suppl
program which uses conai
shops to sell all different l
handcrafted goods. Stop-ia
see us sometime!
Free assistance for people]
questions or problems with(
their 1984 income tax
Can't afford another taxi
Come to the JCC Main
between 9 a.m. and 12
Fridays, Jan. 15-April 14.
Now forming: an
drama workshop designed I
your creative juices
Stretch your imagination]
expand your expr
vocabulary. Learn to
trate, then let go and roll will
punches. Draw upon your |
life experiences in a new
Contact Judy London for i
and place. No charge.
NEW GAME DAY
Come and socialize overi
and table games! Bring
lunch and a dessert to h
fun way to make friends anal
fluence people. We have r"
decks of cards, but for any I
activity (i.e., Mah JM
checkers, chess, Trivial **
Chinese checkers, Pent*,
please bring your own
ment. We will meet on thei
Monday of every month.
kick-off date is Feb. 11 at/
for lunch and games to
Cost members performing in
successful musical comedy,
"Noah's Lark" last November
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