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Volume 7 Number 4
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Tampa, Florida Friday, February 22,1985
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Israel Still Silent on Talks
Between King Hussein, Arafat
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Israel still has no official
reaction to the report from
Amman that King Hussein
and Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat have agreed on a
joint framework for
negotiations with Israel.
Over the weekend, the
accord was already
reported as falling apart.
Hut Premier Shimon Peres
mentioned it in the course of a
question-and-answer session with
youngsters who are pupils at the
ORT school in Kiryat Motzkin.
currently celebrating its jubilee.
"First of all, let's see what they
have agreed between them-
selves,*' Peres cautioned, "if they
have agreed to make peace
among themselves or if they are
proposing peace with Israel."
He stressed, "It is still not
clear what they did in Amman.
Let us wait patiently and not
give way to nervousness." The
report from Amman, by Jordan's
official news agency, Petra, gave
no details of the purported
agreement.
Peres was critical of the
meeting of six Israelis three
Jews and three Arabs with
Arafat at his Tunis headquarters.
"I don't see any use in such a
meeting. If anyone wants to
accept dictation from Arafat, he
doesn't have to travel to him. It's
enough to write him a letter,"
Peres said. The six Israelis are
members of the Progressive List
for Peace, and two of the group
hold Knesset seats.
Peres cautioned the youngsters
not to "forget that Yasir Arafat
and his organization continue, at
this very moment, to direct
terrorism against us, without
discrimination between civilians
and soldiers, men, women and
children. To my mind, Israelis
should not lend a hand, directly
or indirectly to that
organization," the PLO.
Jewish Community of Gibraltar
Strong As the Mighty Rock
By MILTON JACOBY
GIBRALTAR (JTA) The
Jewish community of Gibraltar
seems as strong as the mighty
rock on which it resides. What
amazes the visitor to this world-
famed fortress is that the 600
Jews out of a total population of
30.000 can be such a dominant
factor in the life and activities of
Britain's Mediterranean outpost.
The fact that both its prime
minister and mayor are Jews also
helps.
Sir Joshua Hassan, the prime
minister, not only firmly controls
his small yet highly strategic
domain, but keeps a close eye on
the welfare of each and every
Jewish citizen. He has served as
chief minister from 1964 to 1969,
and from 1972 to date. Forthright
and unassuming in manner, he
has gained the respect of the
leaders of all the countries
bordering the Mediterranean
because of his firmness and ef-
fectiveness in office.
SIR JOSHUA informed this
reporter that "I like to put my
Judaism on the table for
everyone to see. Our island,
consisting as it does of Catholics,
Protestants, Moslems and Jews,
is too small for any division, and
we need and possess unity
between all shades of opinion."
He continued: "It is all too
easy for us, the Jews of Gibraltar,
to be insular and apart, to exist in
a pleasant cocoon. It is my view
that we must break out of this
mold and form close ties with the
international Jewish world.
Sir Joshua has visited Israel
three times, and has a daughter
living in Jerusalem. An eloquent
advocate, he has pled the cause of
Gibraltar before the United
Nations on seven occasions. His
33-year-old nephew, James Levy
(who prefers to be called
"Chaim"), is now president of the
Jewish community.
A BARRISTER by profession,
he is a partner with his celebrated
uncle in a busy law firm. But his
first love appears to be his
communal responsibility which
he practices with an infectious
zeal and energy.
Levy described Jewish life on
the outpost as being all-inclusive
a day school for children up to
the age of 12; from 12 to 18, the
70 youngsters continue their
comprehensive Jewish education
after their other classes. There is
a youth club and a nursery.
Gibraltar has four synagogues
(perhaps too many for the current
population), a Jewish cultural
and social club, a kosher
restaurant, kosher delicatessens,
and a home for the aged.
The dynamic Levy insisted
that "with all our Jewish ac-
tivities and educational facilities
going full blast, I'm convinced
that Jewish continuity in our
unique environment will be
assured and even strengthened
for the generations that follow
ours."
PLO Claims Death of Israeli
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine, a Damascus-based terrorist
Broup headed by George Habash, has claimed respon-
sibility for the murder of an Israeli soldier, Cpl. Aharon
Avidar, in the West Bank town of Ramallah.
A PFLP statement from Damascus said one of its
Units attacked a group of Israeli soldiers, killed one and
wounded others. But Avidar was murdered by a lone
gunman who fired a single shot at him as he stood guard
j*t the gate to the government offices compound in
downtown Ramallah. The killer escaped in the crowded
streets.
1985 Tampa Jewish Federation/UJA Campaign Dinner
Senator Bob Packwood is pictured with Tampa
Jewish Federation leadership at the annual dinner
on behalf of the 1985 Tampa Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal Campaign. The dinner,
held last week at the Airport Marriott Hotel,
hosted 230 guests who enthusiastically reacted to
Senator Packwood's keynote address. The dinner
swelled the campaign total to over $860,000 and
in addition brought the total for Operation Moses
to over $100,000. Participants in the program
pictured above are {left to right) Doug Cohn, 1985
TJF-UJA Campaign chairman; Michael L.
Levine, chairman, Operation Moses; Judith O.
Rosenkranz, president, Tampa Jewish
Federation; Senator Packwood; Les Barnett and
Jolene Shor, co-chairmen of the campaign dinner.
Additional pictures on pages 6 and 7
Teens Call for Conference
To Deal With Vital Concerns
On Sunday, Feb. 24, from 1 to
6 p.m., a special one-day teen
conference will be held at the
Jewish Community Center, 2808
Horatio, Tampa.
Teens from throughout the
community will be coming
together to participate in a series
of workshops designed to help
them increase their ability to
cope with some of the major
concerns affecting their personal
lives today.
Ruth Polur and Judy Roth-
burd, lay advisers of the Family
Life Education Committee and
Jewish Community Center Teen
Committee, announce that these
workshops will cover:
"Do You Really Want To Do
It?," A frank discussion about
suicide. "What Will I Be When I
Grow Up?," helping determine
your career choice, "Sex, Love, or
Infatuation: How Do You Know
The Difference?," "Give Me A
Break," how To Deal with the
streses of home, school, friends,
choices, etc., "Slow Suicide
Misuse And Abuse of Drugs And
Alcohol," and "What Do You
Want From Me?," how to deal
with your parents.
In light of the increasing
concern regarding teen suicide
and the ability of teens to meet
their many and varied challenges
in a rapidly changing society, the
Jewish Teen Council, in con-
junction with the Tampa Jewish
Social Services and the Tampa
Jewish Community Center have
felt it essential to allow the teens
to address these matters so that
their views can be aired.
Appearing as professional
consultants for the workshops
will be: Mary Agresti, MA,
Clinical Supervisor of Suicide and
Crisis Center; Debra Albert, MA,
Counselor, Education Depart-
ment, USF; Robin King, ACSW,
LCSW, Tampa Jewish Social
Service; Gregory Firestone, PhD,
Clinical Psychologist; J. Michael
Hargrave, Prevention Specialist,
Operation Parental Awareness
and Responsibility, Allan
Sterling, MD, Child and
Adolescent Psychiatrist, and
Anschel O. Weiss, Phd, ACSW,
Tampa Jewish Social Service.
All 9th through 12th grade
teens in the Tampa area are
invited to attend this first annual
teen conference. Advanced
registration is required; if you
have not received a registration
form in the mail, please call the
Jewish Community Center, 872-
4451. Fee is So to cover costs of
refreshments and supplies.
Pictured are Rodney Davis and
Tammy Smith, members of the
planning committee for the
Conference to Deal with Vital
Concerns.
1985 TAMPA JEWISH FEDERATION
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL CAMPAIGN
1985 $850,612 Results to date
1985 Increase f 184,740
Up 30 percent
Operation Moses $102,815
1985 Campaign Goal $1,300,000


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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa / Friday, February 22, 1985
kiell If, /. fo beam with
immense pride and pleasure; to
be so proudly happy "your
buttons can bust"; doting
with a grin, conspicuous pride,
uncontainable delight.
Jewish people are smart. Yes,
besides being good looking,
witty, successful, compassionate.
good business people........-"-, and
-....... (fill in two of your own).
Jewish people are smart.
Somehow we seem to manage to
come up with good solutions to
difficult situations. Remember
when the three sailors, the
Italian, the Russian, and the Jew
were to be whipped. They were
told that they could each choose
one thing to put on their back.
The practical Italian said, "Oil,
put oil on my back," hoping that
the whip would slide off, hardly
hurting him. The macho Russian
said, "Nothing, put nothing on
my back, for I am brave and can
handle the pain." Then it was the
Jew's turn. His answer was
simple. "On my back," said the
Jew, smiling, "put the Russian!"
SINCE YOU'RE SO SMART,
and you've decided to read on,
"kvell and tell" knows of some
very proud parents of very smart
kids. Susan and Max Zalkin say
it's a delight to have two kids in
college when news comes in that
they are both doing extremely
well. Son Bruce, a junior at
Florida State University, and
daughter, Eileen, a freshman at
Emory University, both made
Dean's List last semester. Now,
that's smart. Meanwhile,
daughter Brett* is "beaming"
tOO, as she just qualified for
Intermediate Class in the state
competition in gymastics to be
held at Hillsborough Community
College in Tampa in May. Is this
just a typical week in the Zalkin
household?
UNDER THE TITLE OF
GREA T JE WISH A THLETES,
k 'n' t recognizes Yram Graff, son
of Eaa and Stephen Graff, who
was just named Most Valuable
Player for the Berkeley Prep
basketball team. Not only is
Yram a good athlete, but he is
student body president and has a
93 grade average. Now, that's
smart.
- NEWS FLASH NEWS
. Oops! Seems we left out
some very important people in
the last column who welcomed
new baby Rebecca Carol Griffin,
born Jan. 7, daughter of Beverly
and Jeffrey Griffin. The proud
grandparents are Barbara and
John S. Griffin of Tampa. Carol
Brice of New York, and Robert
Cole of Florida. The loving great-
grandparents are Mrs. Ethel
Ehrlich of Tampa* and Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Lowe of Sarasota.
Please accept a k'n't apology.
She is also the great-
granddaughter of the late Sam
Ehrlich.
. Mazeltov to grandparents
Roberta and Stuart Golding of
Tampa who were blessed with a
new grand baby Alexander Carlo
Garcia Golding arrived in
November in Washington, D.C
He is the son of Kenny and Pat
Golding.
K'n'T SEND CON-
GRATULATIONS TO
. Elaine Fantle Shimberg.
who was recently elected vice
president of St. Joseph's
Hospital Development Council,
rhe Development Council is the
lospital's "friend-raising"
>rganization.
"KVELLCOME" TO NEW
TAMPAN Marion Sax who
moved to Tampa last April.
Marion comes to us from
Baltimore, Maryland, and is
happy to be in the same city with
daughter and son-in-law, Ann
and Jerry Sokol, and grand-
children Marty and Susie'.
Marion enjoys' walking and
reading, and hopes to get in-
volved in some of the senior
activities around town. She lives
in the Carrollwood Apartments.
Right now she is looking for a
knitting partner. Welcome!
We're glad you're here in Tampa!
It was a smart move.
Do you have some news you'd
like to share? Maybe just
something you'd like to "kveW
about? Please write the Jewish
Floridian at 2808 Horatio St.,
Tampa 33809 (872-4470) and tell
me all about it.
The Jewish War Veterans. Department of
Florida, presented a beautiful silver tray to the
nursing home care unit of the James A. Haley
Veterans Hospital in Tampa The tray is in
commemoration of the opening of the new 120-bed
facility. Department auxiliary president, Ida
Kadin, presented the tray to nursing home
supervisor, Inez Joseph. Attending the
presentation were I left to right) Bertha Moss,
JWVA No. 505 hospital chairperson; Frances
Wapnick, PNP, JWVA; Louis Kadin, JWV
department inspector; Joseph; Marty Gall, chief.
voluntary service; Jerry Posner, JWV No. 373
commander and VAVS representative; Edith
Novins, JWVA department senior vice president;
Kadin, and Minnie Posner, JWVA, VAVS
representative. VA photo by Warren Boutchia.
JNF Official Organizes Support
Among Spanish-Speaking Jews
Mordechai Dayyan, Associate
World Chairman of the Jewish
National Fund-Keren Kayemeth
Lelsrael and the first Spanish
speaker to hold a top position in
Israel's land improvement
agency, recently completed an
intensive tour of the USA
spearheading a drive to organize
support among Jews from South
America now living here. As a
result, a special Spanish-
speaking department has been
established in JNF's Miami
office. Dayyan also met with JNF
leaders from Costa Rica,
Guatemala and Mexico at a
special convention in Mexico City
to establish closer relations with
JNF through the new depart-
ment in Miami.
In an interview before
returning to Israel, the
Argentine-born Dayyan said, "In
many places in the United States.
Jews from Latin America are not
organized yet. In meetings with
Charlotte Jacobson (president of
the JNF) and Sam Cohen (Dr.
Samuel I. Cohen, executive vice
President) we developed
programs to intensify outreach
and organizing activities." He
reported that the results have
been encouraging.
A seminar for Spanish-
speaking Jews in Miami, at
which Dayyan was the main
figure, resulted in several groups
undertaking to support im-
portant new projects in Israel, he
said. The Sephardi Cuban
congregation, and the
"Hebraica." comprising groups
from Colombia, Argentina and
Central America, have un-
dertaken to promote JNF
systematically as part of their
ongoing activities.
"This is an educational process
that leads to philanthropy," he
said. "People don't know enough
about our work, but with in-
formation and explanation, there
are good possibilities to raise
concern and support."
Proof of this came from
meetings he conducted in Mexico
City, during a special convention
of JNF supporters from Panama,
Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico
and a special delegation from
Miami. The "Magen David
Community," Jews originally
from Aleppo in Syria, adopted a
project in Israel's mammoth
Yatir Forest development along
the Jordanian border in the
Arava Desert; a 300.000-tree
memorial forest to be planted
there in memory of the once-great
Jewish community of Aleppo.
Three hundred families have
already pledged to support the
SI.5 million project, Dayyan
reported. In addition, the
Sephardi community from
Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece and
Salon iki undertook to finance
the construction of an all-weather
road linking the Galilee com-
munity of Surit Beit Hakerem to
Israel's main road network. And
the Ashkenazi communtiy
adopted a special project to
develop a much-needed recreation
facility on the sea at N itzanim to
serve residents of the area around
Ashkelon.
"All of this is very en
couraging," said Dayyan, who
was especially pleased that the
groups themselves are taking the
responsibility for raising the
money pledged. Summing up his
trip, Dayyan observed that it had
"confirmed the great attraction
of the Jewish National Fund as
an especially meaningful way to
identify with Israel, with our
hopes for the future, and our
historic program to restore our
beautiful homeland."
WE INTERRUPT THIS
SMART COLUMN WITH
SOME NEWS HEADLINES. IT
SEEMS THAT THE "KVELL"
TRANSMISSIONS ARE SO
STRONG FROM THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA THAT
THEY HAVE BEEN CAUSING
TELEPHONE. RADIO, AND
1 TELEVISION DISRUPTION
S ALL THE WAY TO THE
g STATE OF FLORIDA. THE
" CAUSE OF ALL THIS
KVELLING HAS JUST BEEN
DISCOVERED -
ALFRED AND AUDREY
HAUBENSTOCK, TALENTED
AND DEDICATED EDITOR
OF OUR JEWISH
FLORIDIAN, ARE PROUD TO
ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL
OF THEIR NEW 7 LB. 7 OZ.
GRANDBABY DANA
ELIZABETH OSNOS. BORN
FEB. 2 IN PASADENA,
CALIFORNIA, TO GAIL AND
SAM OSNOS. THEY SHARE
THEIR HAPPINESS WITH
DANA'S GRANDFATHER IN
MIAMI. BERNARD OSNOS.
WE WERE ALL SO PLEASED
TO HEAR THE GOOD NEWS!
COME HOME SOON.
AUDREY. AND DON'T
FORGET THE PICTURES!
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Friday, February 22, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
Purim: Another Point of View
By RABBI
JOAN GLAZER FARBER
Our attitudes toward Purim
are clearly expressed in the
Talmud: "When Adar arrives,
our joy is increased." The month
of Adar, and especially Purim, is
a time of fun and enjoyment. Our
children are taught the story and
think of it as a Jewish fairy tale
in which everyone lives happily
ever after. They dress up as
Esther or Mordecai, or even as
Haman. When the children think
of Purim, they remember the fun
and excitement of past carnivals
and being allowed to make noise
in the synagogue.
Yet, this is not the whole
picture. The Megillah of Esther
has much to say about Jewish
history and security. The
situation in Persia, as described
in the Megillah of Esther, was
simple. King Ahashuerus was a
good leader who was greatly
influenced by his advisors. When
Queen Vashti refused to appear
before the King, it was the ad-
visors who suggested that she be
removed from her position and
that a beauty contest be held to
replace her. King Ahashuerus did
Rabbi Joan Glazer Farber
not make these decisions on his
own, instead he decided whether
or not to listen to his advisors.
When Haman suggested his plan
for the destruction of the Jews,
he did not present King
Ahashuerus with the complete
picture. King Ahashuerus did not
understand Hainan's plan until
Esther presented her view at the
dinner for King Ahashuerus and
Haman. Once he had all the
information, King Ahashuerus
was ready to overrule Hainan's
decree.
At many stages in our history,
Jews have lived under the control
of advisors, rather than under the
ultimate rule of a king. These
advisors have influenced the
decisions which determined the
life or death of the Jews. In some
instances, a Jew's refusal to obey
the decrees of an advisor,
whether it was holing down to an
idol or to a person, has led to the
punishment of an entire com-
munity. In many cases, these
decrees have ignored the beliefs
of Judaism, and they have
demonstrated that the people in
charge were ignorant of the
Jewish way of life.
While the story of Esther is a
Jewish fairy tale, it teaches us
that we must stand up for our
rights and, at the same time,
fight the battle abainst anti-
Semitism. When the world in
general is informed, the advisors
cannot assume a king's ignorance
of the situation and thus they
cannot influence a king's decision
on the fate of the Jewish people.
TOP Creates Maimonides
Founders Club
At the TOP Jewish Foun-
dation's January meeting the
trustees from Tampa, Orlando
and Pinellas County authorized
the establishment of the
"Maimonides Founders Club."
In order to become a Maimonides
Founder an individual will be
required to make a gift of S 10,000
or more to establish either an
"Advised" or "Designated"
Philanthropic Fund and make a
gift of $2,500 or more to the
General-Unrestricted Fund for
the benefit of his-her com-
munity's endowment fund. As a
Maimonides Founder the donor
will receive a limited edition
bronze bust of Moses
Maimonides set atop a solid
marble base designed by Ken
Triester of Miami.
"This is a very special
recognition piece," said Joel
Breitstein, Charitable Tax
Planning and Endowment
Development Consultant to the
Foundation. "First of all TOP
only has access to a limited
number of these works of art.
Second, Moses Maimonides was
dedicated to the very highest
order of Tzedakah and is known
for his philosophy on the eight
levels of charity. It is the
Foundation's intent to recognize
those who reflect the tradition of
Maimonides through their
commitment to the endowment
fund program." According to
Breitstein each community will
plan its own special event for
making presentations to the
Maimonides Founders.
For more information about
the TOP Jewish Foundation and
your community's endowment
fund program you may contact
Joel Breitstein, Charitable Tax
Planning-Endowment
Development Consultant
through your local Federation
office or through the TOP ad-
ministrative offices at (813) 253-
3569.
B and P Network to Feature
Jewish Identity Workshop
The Business and Professional
Women's Network, sponsored by
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division, will feature a
Business Beat
By SALLY AXELROD
| TRAVELS UNLIMITED
Travels Unlimited is growing
- just 22 months young and
| Binnie and Sanford Coppersmith
| are getting ready to assist clients
with spring and summer vacation
planning: Commercial and
vacation travel arrangements,
individualized international
vacations a specialization! And,
I of course, group rates are always
I available.
Binnie has lived in Tampa for
139 years, and takes pride in the
fact that she knows so many of
the readers of The Jewish
\Floridian. With over 13 years in
the travel business, she feels that
she and her staff are well
[qualified to serve the Jewish
Icommunity of Tampa.
Travels Unlimited has one of
the most uniquely sophisticated
computer systems in the in-
dustry: American Airlines Sabre
Reservation System Agency
Datasystems. This business
computer system interfaced
report analyzes what has been
done throughout the day, week,
month, and year, and can tell the
commercial traveler how much is
saved by using this system.
Business accounts can request
regional reports designed to give
a convenient breakout, while all
k>nds of additional system
reports can be generated for the
I client on an individual basis.
The savings for the client come
the form of discounted fares
. t. given availability of special
["asses of service and advanced
nowiedge, add up to a con-
'oerable difference in travel
j>sts The goal of the agency is
j!e est fare possible for the
JWjt. There may be six different
poiiar fares available for any one
rent! Binnie Coppersmith says,
ravels Unlimited expertise
*rs you the best possible
[>oice and dollar value, and our
stem can design any report
l. the commercial traveller
quires."
unique program entitled, "Jewish
Identity A Self Evaluation,"
during its Feb. 25 dinner
program.
The program, presented by
B and P members, Lesley
Winkelman, Florida West Coast
regional director of B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League, and
Binnie Coppersmith, owner of
Travels Unlimited, will be held at
The Atrium, 2413 Bayshore
Blvd., from 5:30-8 p.m.
According to Ms. Winkelman,
the Jewish Identity workshop is
used as an entertaining and
informative tool in evaluating
and prioritizing traditional as
well as professional values af-
fecting the lives of Jewish
women.
Any working woman in-
terested in attending this in-
formal and innovative dinner
program is invited; guaranteed
reservations are required for the
evening; cost of dinner $6.50.
Call the Federation office, 875-
1618.
The Four Tops to Preform For The
Tampa Bay Jewish Community
Do you remember these tunes
from the past .. It's the Same
Old Song ... I Cant Help
Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey
Bunch) Standing in the
Shadows of Love or Baby I Need
Your Loving? Well, if you
remember those songs, then
you'll remember that they are
just a few of the great hits by The
Four Tops.
The Four Tops have had an
illustrious career as international
artists that has spanned more
than two decades. They will be in
Tampa on March 14th for a one-
time private concert. Their
performance will mark the
culmination of the 1985 Tampa
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign.
Call 875-1618 for ticket in-
formation.
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self-motivation, posture and
grooming and an introduction
to the world of modeling
Mr. Davis is a Modeling
Instructor, Fashion Show
Coordinator, Cosmetologist
and is accomplished in run-way
and mannequien shows as well
as being experienced in print
The Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division
1985 TEENAGE CAMPAIGN DIVISION
is excited to announce
THE 1ST ANNUAL
MOTHER-DAUGHTER LUNCHEON
"A CHARMING AFFAIR"
and to meet
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"All But My Life"
"A Passion for Sharing"
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History In the Making: Holocaust
Survivors to Convene In Philadelphia
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FSEDK SHOCHET
t PHILADELPHIA. PA. -
While world leaders will be
marking the 40th anniversary of
the victory of their allied armies
over Nazism. American Jewish
Survivors of the Holocaust and
their families will meet here.
April 21-22 to evaluate the
positive effects of the moral
dimension of that victory.
Thousands of Holocaust sur-
vivors are expected to attend and
participate in the Inaugural
Assembly of the American
Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors at the Civic Center, an
event which will coincide with the
40th anniversary of World War
II and the liberation of the Nazi
death camps.
This will be another historic
moment in the lives of the sur-
vivors since their liberation. In
1981. 5.000 survivors from 14
different countries met in
Jerusalem the city of prophecy
and peace to testify before
Jewish history and to transmit a
legacy to the second generation
of survivors- In 1963. more than
20.000 survivors met in
Washington. DC to tell the free
world of the events they had
witnessed.
President Reagan. Speaker of
the House Tip O'Neill and other
national leaders came to address
the survivors; Vice President
Bush presented to the survivors
the key to the United States
Holocaust Memorial Museum
building now well under con-
struction; and they congregated
in the largest sustained Jewish
assembly in three centuries of
American Jewish history.
"It will be a time of reunion
and exchange of memories, a
mixture of joy and sadness, anger
and hope; and a reaffirming
Israeli Prof. Calls Life
In Diaspora 'Neurotic' Existence
JERUSALEM (JTA)
- Prof. A.B. Yehoshua.
one of Israel's foremost
novelists. who is known for
his strong objections to
Jews living outside Israel,
said here that the diaspora
phenomenon is a self-
imposed, not forced,
condition.
In a provocative speech en-
titled 'Diaspora The Neurotic
Solution." he told a meeting of
the .American Jewish Com-
mittee's Board of Governors that
the Jewish people had brought
upon itself a history of diaspora
experience, perception and
mentality
YEHOSHUA stated that,
many times throughout history.
Jews had been given the op-
portunity to return to Eretz
Yisrael but that the vast
majority declined to do so.
"The most sparsely populated
Jewish center in the world." he
said, "has always been Israel
itself. Jews have repeatedly
rejected the chance to create a
new and historic destiny that
of a 'normal people.' at home in
their own country. They have
repeatedly chosen to be a people
apart, a nation free' in the
diaspora, but without a country
they could really call their own."
The 48-year-old scholar added:
"In the future, there will
probably be Jews living in outer
space who. every year at
Passover, will say. "Next Year In
Jerusalem.' They will pray in
outer space with the synagogue
facing Jerusalem. But they will
not come here to live."
RESPONDING to Yehoshua.
Dr. David Gordis. AJCommittee
executive vice president,
questioned his interpretation of
Jewish history and his charac-
terization of the diaspora. He
said that American Jews "share
the commitment of all world
Jewry in the miracle of Israel's
national rebirth "
Continuing. Gordis said: "We
believe in the importance of any a
for Israel and affirm it as a
unique mode of Jewish self-
fulfillment for those who choose
it. But the creative experience of
the Jewish diaspora, problematic
as it is in certain ways, refutes
the contention that the diaspora
is a neurotic' and negative
phenomenon
"The Jewish experience in all
its dimensions. Israel and
diaspora. particular and
universal, is unique, creative and
authentic, and the future of
Jewish life depends on the
development of a mutually
reinforcing relationship between
the great centers of Jewish life in
the Land of Israel and outside it.
Katyusha Fired
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Jordanian territory into the
Jordan valley but caused neither
casualties not damage. It was the
sixth time in recent months that
rockets had been fired from
Jordanian territory into Israel.
An Israel Defense Force patrol
found the remains of a Katyusha
missile in an open field. It was
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Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors, uniting today all
Holocaust survivors of the
United States
"Time has taken its toll. More
than 200.000 survivors, most of
them between the ages of 18 and
35. came to the United States
after World War II when they
emerged from the Nazi death
camps. Perhaps half that many
survivors are alive today. Many
survivors see this American
Gathering as the time when they
can bear witness en masse to the
atrocities they experienced and
the chance to search for loved
ones who survived the war or for
some word of the fate of those
who did not"
According to organizers of the
Inaugural Assembly.
Philadelphia was chosen as the
site for this gathering for several
reasons:
its historical significance
symbolizes and fortifies freedom
and patriotism, two ideals held
most dear by survivors;
its central location in the
heavily populated Northeastern
U.S. corridor, also home to the
majority of the survivors:
the size, vitality and ac-
cessibility of the Philadelphia-
area Jewish communty:
the region's strong base of
survivors, and children of sur-
vivors and their children.
Highlights of planned events
for the Inaugural Assembly here
include.
a memorial service at the
monument to the six million
Jewish martyrs of the Holocaust:
ceremonies with in-
ternational leaders at
Independence Hall, site of the
signing of the Constitution of the
United States:
a cultural celebration
representing a kaleidoscope of
Yiddish music and culture a
world almost totally consumed in
the Holocaust:
seminars on issues of
concern to the survivors and their
children: and
artistic and historical
displays from Jewish
organizations from throughout
the world.
As in past meetings, the Civic
Centa will feature a survivors
village where participants can
gather according to the cities of
their birth and the camps of their
incarceration to meet each other
again. Central to the survivors
village will be a computer bank
linked with the National Registry
of Jewish Holocaust Survivors
which now contains over 55.000
names. Survivors will be able to
use this sophisticated technology
to search for friends and relatives
and to learn of those who did not
survive. Two years ago. in
Washington. DC. when the
registry contained only 20.000
names, more than 600 people
were reunited.
There will be programs
demonstrating solidarity with
the State of Israel and with
oppressed Jewish people all over
the world, a major evening
program presented bv the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Council in
Washington. DC. and other
Holocaust centers throughout
the nation: oral histories of
memories vividly recalled: im-
periled Jewish communities:
anti-Semitism: and much more.
The Philadelphia gathering
will also mark the organizational
aspects of the group, including
installation of officers and a new
national executive committee,
presentation of bylaws and an
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Number 4
16th Annual Music Festival
To Be Held Mar. 10
The 16th Annual Jewish Music
Festival will bring a new beat
with it this year. The featured
performers are 3 brilliant young
cantors who each excel in a
different field.
Cantor Ruth Devorah is a
graduate of the Herzeliah Jewish
Seminary for Cantorial Studies.
She has trained under the
renowned Cantor David
Kusevitsky. Cantor Devorah
sings in six languages and she
has worked with cantors Pierre
Pinchik. Paul Zim. Sol Zim and
the outstanding Metropolitan
Opera tenor Jan Peerce.
Cantor Malcolm James has
performed at the Concord Hotel,
the Fountsinebleau in Miami
Beach, the Aruba Caribbean.
Host Farm in Lancaster and the
Sands in Las Vegas, to name a
few. He is the cantor at
Congregation Emanu-El but his
talents are not limited to only
cantorial chants. He is also gitua
in 'pop'* renditions and operatic
arias. His program will include
everything from cantorial t'
Yiddish to pop to Broadway u
opera.
Billed as The Swinging !
Cantor." David Curtis brings to ;
Tampa an enchanting personality
and a tenor voice that ranges
from cantorial chants to semi-
classical to Broadway show
tunes.
The entire evening will be one
of stellar entertainment.
The music festival will take
place on Mar. 10, at 7:30 p.m. it
Congregation Rodeph Sholom,
2713 Bay shore Boulevard.
Tickets range from $10 to $100
and may be purchased by callinf
the synagogue office at 837-1911. '
Howard Sinsley and Lou
Morris are co-chairmen of the
event with Cantor William
Hauben as professional director
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Friday, February 22,1986/ The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 5
Tu B'Shuat
For the past year, five-year-old
Cory Resnick has been adding to
his Tzedakah box on a weekly
basis. This week, he presented
the filled box to Irwin H. Miller,
president of Menorah Manor.
Cory, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Jerrold Resnick, is a kin-
dergarten student at the Pinellas
County Jewish Day School.
"He's been watching the Manor
construction every school day for
the past year," according to his
mother Beth. "That's why he
chose Menorah Manor for his
Tzedakah."
Miller noted that Cory and his
classmates will be able to con-
tinue sharing with the Menorah
Manor family, once the home is
completed. With the home ad-
jacent to the day school, many
intergenerational programs are
being planned.
President Miller accepts
Tzedakah box from Cory Resnick
Miller also urged community
members to ioin with Cory and
Tampa Museum-West Opens At
Robinson's West Shore Plaza Feb. 22
Tampa Museum-West, The
Tampa Museum's new satellite
exhibition space located at
Robinson's at West Shore Plaza,
will open on Feb. 22 with a
sophisticated exhibition of
Vanity Fair photographs and
illustrations.
Sixty works by such legendary
photographers as Alfred
Stieglitz, Richard Avedon, Cecil
Beaton, Irving Penn, Baron de
Meyer, Horst and Annie
I,eibovitz will celebrate the talent
presented in Vanity Fair
magazine from 1914-1936 and
since March 1983.
Tampa Museum-West will
present 5-6 varied exhibitions
annually including glass,
graphics, prints and paintings,
enabling the community to see
outstanding art outside of the
Museum. Andy Maass, Tampa
Museum's director, commented,
"On the Museum's behalf, I am
pleased and excited that through
the interest and generosity of
Robinson's, The Tampa Museum
will now expand beyond its own
walls to bring quality art
exhibitions to a larger audience."
Marshall Rousseau, Robin-
son's senior vice president, spoke
of his enthusiasm for the project.
"The teamwork of a museum and
a retailer in making art of this
caliber available to the Tampa
Bay community is an exciting
concept which Robinson's
eagerly welcomes."
Marilyn Farber will serve as
the TM-West's manager,
scheduling the exhibitions and
organizing the activities. Visitors
can find Tampa Museum-West
by going to the second floor at.
Robinson's and walking south
through housewares and turning
right beyond notions. Gallery
hours will be Friday 10 a.m.-8:30
p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
and Sunday, noon-5 p.m.
Jewish Art
On Stamps
BUDAPEST (JTA) -
Hungary is to issue postage
stamps featuring objects con-
tained in the Hungarian Jewish
Museum, marking the first
appearance of stamps on a
Jewish subject in the country's
history, the World Jewish
Congress reports.
According to the WJC, seven
stamps comprise the series to be
issued by the post office under
the title of "Jewish Art in
Hungary." The announcement
by Hungarian authorities said
the stamps would "depict the
most beautiful items of the
Hungarian Jewish Museum."
the hundreds of other members in
supporting the Capital Building
Fund for Menorah Manor. For
further information concerning
dedication opportunities, or
regarding residency at the home,
please contact the Menorah
Manor office at 250 58 Street
North, St. Petersburg. 33710 or
calling 813-345-2775.
Engagements
OSIASONBLUM
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Osiason
of Tampa announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Lauren Dale Osiason, to Paul
Craig Blum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Blum of New York.
The wedding will take place at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek on
Aug. 31, with Rabbi Frank
Sundheim officiating.
The bride graduated from
Emory University School of
Nursing and works in public
health in New York. The groom
graduated from Emory
University and is an importer.
OLIPHANTWHITT
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oliphant
of Tampa announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Gail Oliphant, to Stephen D.
Whitt, son of Wayne and Lola
Whitt of Gibsonton, Florida. The
bride is the granddaughter of
Claire S. Siegel.
The wedding will take place on
May 19 at the Tampa Garden
Center, with Rabbi Theodore
Brod officiating.
The bride is a dental assistant
for Dr. Michael O. Abdoney. The
groom is a supervisor for Star
Distribution Systems, Inc.
Wedding
WOLIVERWAXMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woliver of
Miami Beach announce the forth-
coming marriage of their
daughter, Hillary Lynn Woliver,
to Samuel Michael Waxman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Waxman
of Tampa.
The wedding will be at Beth
Torah Synagogue in Miami
Beach, on Mar. 3.
The bride is a dental hygienist
and the groom is a certified
public accountant in Miami. The
couple will live in Miami.
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Tower At JCC
On Sunday, Feb. 3, the Jewish
Community Center and Jewish
National Fund cosponsored a
very special Tu B'Shvat program
at the JCC.
The theme for the day centered
around the early "Tower and
Stockade" period in Jewish
history when settlers in Palestine
built overnight, small Jewish
settlements on JNF land. Once
the quickly erected communities
were completed, trees were
planted to further establish roots
in the homeland.
At the JCC, a replica of the
Tower and Stockade was built
with wood donated by Barror
Construction and 6 maple trees
were planted. Everyone wore
their Kova Timbles (hats) made
by Patty Scott and Jane Ken-
dricks and partook in the eating
of fruits and nuts which sym-
bolize the New Year of the trees.

Shown are some of the
youngsters who built the tower.
First row (left to right) Daniel
Grossman, Howie Forman, Alex
Goldstein; second row (left to
right) Miriam Goldstein, Adam
Wasser, Benjamin Davis-
Zolinsky; Top row (left to right)
Beth Goldstein, Kararose
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Congregations/Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Sisterhood to Hear Rabbi Brod
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood
members will be treated to a most
informative program at their
March monthly meeting. Rabbi
Theodore Brod, scholar in
residence, will speak on "Women
in Conservative Judaism." This
should prove to be a most in-
teresting meeting and members
are urged to make their reser-
vations early.
The meeting will begin at 11:30
a.m. and lunch will be served.
Youth Groups
To Sponsor Porim Carnival
Members of Kadima and USY
of Rodeph Sholom will sponsor a
Purim Carnival for members of
the Religious School and their
friends on Sunday March 3,
10:30-1:30. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend and enjoy these
festivities!
Adult Education
The last in a series of four
Monday night sessions with
Rabbi Kenneth Berger will be
held on Monday. March 4, 7:30
p.m. at the Synagogue and will
be entitled "Looking Ahead to
Pesach-How To Make a Suc-
cessful Seder." All are invited to
attend and learn.
During the month of March,
commencing March 11 and
ending April 1, Rabbi Theodore
Brod, scholar in residence at
Rodeph Sholom, will speak on
Selected Topics* From The
Talmud. The dates of these talks
are March 11, 18, 25 and April 1.
7:30 p.m. at the Synagogue. The
Community Calendar
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22
Candlelighting time 6:06 p.m.: Rodeph Sholom Installation of
Synagogue Board and Officers, 8 p.m.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Jewish Community Center Jewish Music Season Program; Kol
Ami Singles Dance: ORT-Tampa Chapter Fundraiser. 8 p.m.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24
Tune in "The Jewish Sound." WMNF 88.5-FM: Jewish War
Veterans General meeting. 10 a.m.: Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary General meeting. 10 a.m.: Teenage Conference at
JCC, 1-6 p.m.: Hadassah-Ameet Education Day. 2 p.m.;
Schaarai Zedek 50-plus Chavurah. 2 p.m.: Schaarai Zedek
SchZFTY Activity
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 25
Jewish Towers Resident's Association meeting. 10 a.m.; Tampa
Jewish Federation Women's Division B & P Network meeting.
6 p.m.: B'nai B'rith North Tampa Board meeting. 8 p.m.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division Board meeting, 10
a.m.; Kol Ami Men's Club meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Hadassah-Ameet
General meeting, 8 p.m.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27
National Council Jewish Women Board meeting, 9:45 am.;
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Kol Ami
Senior Socialites, noon; Temple David Sisterhood General
meeting, 1 p.m.; Tampa Jewish Social Service Board meeting,
7:30 pm.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28
ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling. 9:30 a.m.; Jewish Towers
Resident-Management meeting, 1:30 p.m.; Tampa Jewish
Federation Board meeting, 4 p.m.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1
Candlelighting time 6:10 p.m.; Kol Ami Youth Shabbat. 7:30
p.m.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
Hadassah-Tampa Chapter Life Membership Association
Cocktail Party Evening: Kol Ami Youth Activity: Kol Ami
Bowling. 8 p.m.: ORT-Bay Horizons Fundraiser. 8 p.m.
SUNDAY. MARCH 3
Tune .n'The Jewish Sound. WMNF B8.5-FM; Schaarai Zedek
Cradie Roll. 10 a.m.: Kol Ami Purim Carnival. 11 a.m : Schaarai
Zedek Purim Carnival. 11:30 a.m : Rodeph Sholom Purim
Carnival
MONDAY. MARCH 4
Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood Luncheon, noon; ORT-Tampa
Chapter Board meeting. 7 p.m.: Jewish Towers Resident's
Association General meeting. 7:30 p.m.
TUESDAY. MARCH 5
ORT-Bay Horizons Board meeting. 10 a.m.; Rodeph Sholom
Sisterhood Purim Luncheon. 11 a.m.: ORT-Tampa Chapter
Board meeting. 7 p.m.: Kol Ami Men's Club Board meeting.
7:30 p.m.; Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Board meeting. 7:30
p.m.; Mary Walker Resident's Association Board meeting. 7:30
p.m.; Hadassah-Ameet Board meeting, 7.45 p.m.: Rodeph
Sholom Board meeting, 8 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6
Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division Executive Board
meeting, noon; Kol Ami Purim Services, 7 p.m.; Rodeph Sholom
Reading of the Magillah, 7 p.m.: Hadassah-Shalom Brandon
Board meeting, 8 p.m.
THURSDAY, MARCH 7
Purim; ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling, 9:30 a.m.; Brandeis
Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Kol Ami Services, 10 a.m.; ADL
meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Hillel-USF-UT Area Board meeting, 8 pm.;
Kol Ami Executive Committee meeting. 8:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, MARCH 8
Candlelighting time 6:15 p.m.
SATURDAY. MARCH 9
Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Isaeli night "An Evening in
Jerusalem," 7:30 p.m.
community is invited to attend;
all classes are independent of
each other, if you have to miss
one. please come to the others.
Reading Of The Magillah
Rodeph Sholom s traditional
Megillah reading will be held on
March 6 at 7:15 p.m. Rabbi
Berger invites everyone to join
by coming in costume. Can you
guess how the rabbi will dress
this year?
HADASSAH
Ameet Chapter of Hadassah
A meet Hadassah will hold its
second Education Afternoon
"Israel Today," on Feb. 24. at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Burton
Goldstein. The subject will be
"Israel Today." Guest speakers
will be Gary Alter, Gordon
Brunhild, Phd Charles Arnadi,
Phd., Remona Vezil, and Larry
Wasser. Call the Goldsteins at
962-6671 for directions to an
interesting afternoon with in-
formative discussion followed by
wonderful desserts.
"Survivors of the Holocaust"
Ameet Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its next meeting
Tuesday. Feb. 26 at 8 p.m. in the
recreation room of the Fairway
Townhouses. Members of the
community group "Survivors of
the Holocaust." sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation, will be
guest speakers. The topic will be
"The Holocaust. How Can We
Remember If We Have No One
To Tell I
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Brother hood
Congregation Schaarai Zedek
Brotherhood is sponsoring an
Israeli night. "An Evening in
Jerusalem." on Saturday. March
9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Temple. This
social evening will include a
complete Israeli dinner plus
dancing and music. Tickets are
$25 per couple and may be ob-
tained from any Brotherhood
board member, or by calling 876-
2377.
The SchZFTY's Purim Car-
nival will be held on March 3, at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
starting at 11:30 a.m. Tickets
cost 20 cents apiece, or six for S1.
Come and have a wonderful time.
Scholar in Residence
Dr. Stephen Whitfield is the
Nathan I. Gordon Scholar-In-
Residence this weekend at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek. He
is an associate professor of
American Studies at Brandeis
University where he received his
PhD in 1972 and last year was a
Fulbright lecturer at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. The
subject for the series of lectures
beginning tonight after Shabbat
Services is the American-Jewish
Experience, which was the
subject of his most recent book
entitled, "Voices of Jacob
Hands of Esau; Jews in Ameican
Life and Thought."
Sisterhood Fashion Show
A fun-filled afternoon is
planned for March 4. at 11:30
a.m. when the Schaarai Zedek
Sisterhood presents its annual
fashion show and luncheon,
"Cruise Into Spring."
T. Carroll's fashion consultant,
Trieia Kreher, will be showing the
newest spring and summer
fashions and accessories. The
models will have their hair and
make-up done compliments of
Alan Kemp and Carla Del Rio of
Images Hair Salon, 3967 Hen-
derson Blvd.
Chairman of the fashion show
and luncheon is Ann Rudolph.
She is being assisted by Jerilyn
Goldsmith, luncheon
arrangements: and Stephanie
Saunders and Jane Sergay.
4 ?
decorations. Modelling for,
show are Carol Osiason. Chin
Gould, Connie Duglin. j0i
Barat. Jan Wurliger D,
Garber. Judy Rosenkram
Jane Specter.
Reservations can be mad. i
calling the Temple office
2377. Lunch and the show M
$15. Babysitting is available]
reservation only.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
National Council of je,
Women's second annual "Wo
in Power Tampa Style" L^
series will take place on wj
nesday. March 13. at 11:30 m
Tampa Hilton on Lois Ava
Guest speakers will be
Joan Glazer Farber. Lois
and Nancy McDonald. $lliL
be the cost of the luncheon. Fa
further information, call Ji
Cohen, 961-2431.
Registration Set
JERUSALEM (JTA)-j
Ethiopian Jews who haveenta
Israel in recent months will
officially registered as J
effective April 1, Interk
Minister Yitzhak Pereta
nounced last week. He
requested the Absorptki|
Ministry to insert the
"Jewish" in the nationality!.
on their identification ci
Office Manager/
Executive Secretary
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Salary commensurate with ability
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3303 Swann Avenue
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Please call Edie 962-1193
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IWine Tasting at Bern's
To Benefit JCC
Thanks to the generosity of
Irn and Gert Laxer, the Tampa
wish Community Center will be
recipient of a wine and cheese
Eting party in the new dessert
bm at Bern's Steak House on
nday, March 24 from 1-6 p.m.
Gert came to me and asked if
I center would be interested in
wine and cheese party," said
Tobin. chairman of the event.
^nd without hesitation I told
'sure-' '
["he uniqueness about this
ty is that the Sonoma County
ne Growers Association of
toornia supply all the wine,
100 premier wines and bring
I cheese company along with
^m who provide the cheese.
ng the party, the owners of
wineries are at their tables to
leuss their wines and answer
questions the taster may
ve.
Sach year the Association
kes a national tour, this year
ng their sixth. They do the
blic wine tasting parties in
bh of the cities with the
pceeds benefitting local
arities.
ther cities who have enjoyed
parties include: Dallas,
luston, St. Louis, Atlanta,
York, Phoenix, Boca Raton,
(icago, Washington and
nneapolis.
I'We appreciate Bern and Gert
psidering the JCC as the local
Obituaries
MR
We Gruber Katz. 87. of Tampa, died
Way. February u. 1885 She had
1 In Tampa since 1818. coming from
an la She was owner manager of
r Katz Dry Goods Store of Ybor City
"any years. She was a member of
kregatlon Rodeph Sholom.
irhood, honorary president of
issah and charter member of
Council of National Jewish
en. She is survived by a niece,
ah Schlamowttz of Houston: and a
*w. Harold Katz of Tel Aviv. Israel.
K Smith, 87. of 2401 Bayahore
Tampa, died Monday, February
B. A native of Springfield. Mass.,
pd lived In Tampa since 1B2S. He
p star pitcher for Springfield High
lj>l and pitched semi-professional
lor the Southern Railway, winning
Ihampionshlp In 1821. He attended
Trst College and graduated from
-astern College of Washington.
Jig In accounting. The World War
Pteran was past officer of the
town Optimist, past member of
F> Grotto. life member of Egypt
fie Shrine, member of Schaaral
i Temple and served on the City of
Pension Board. He owned Smith
Porton Tire Distribution Co. He Is
kfd by his wife. Sophie Porton
p: two daughters. Ruth Yadley and
S Friedman: six grand
en; two sisters, Rose Gotler of
and Lillian Zeplce of Hartford.
and two brothers, Hyman
K. of Hoynton Beach and
P*m K. of Springfield. Mass.
PEN AND INK
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charity to gain from this hind
raiser." added Tobin. "And I
hope that we get a great turnout
from the Tampa community tor
this event. It is open to the public
and we feel that we can get a
couple of thousand people there."
Cost of the party is $12.50 per
person. As you enter, you will be
given a wine glass and a tasting
book for you to write comments
on the specific wines. Valet
parking will also be available.
For more information contact
the JCC (872-44511. Tickets are
currently available at the front
desk of the JCC also.
Violence Deplored
WASHINGTON (JTA> The
State Department voiced concern
Tuesday over the increased
violence in the West Bank in
which two Israelis have been
killed in the past few days. "We
have noted with concern the
recent increase in violence in the
West Bank, and we do regret the
loss of life," said State Depar-
tment spokesman Bernard Kalb.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
services on Saturday morning.
On Sunday morning, there will be
a brunch for out-of-town guests
at the home of Steve and Shelly
Hirshorn, given by the Hirshorn
family. Joel and Penny Breit-
stein. Steve and Knid Gildar. Kd
and Ix>retta Saff. and Danny and
Joanne Sugarman.
Special guests will include
grandparents David and Elsie
Wares, grandmother Florence
Walk, and other family and
friends from many pl.u
Jason Gabriel Wares
JASON WARES
Jason Gabriel Wares, son of
Bill and Donna Wares, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 23, at 10
a.m. at Congregation Kol Ami.
The celebrant is a student in
the Kol Ami Religious School and
is a member of the Kadima Youth
Group. He attends Young Junior
High School, where he is in the
seventh grade. Jason plays
baseball in the Forest Hills Pony
League.
Friends of the Wares will host
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
night, and there will be a
reception and luncheon at the
Rusty Pelican following the
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Friday, February 22,1985
PRESCHOOL
AND WHAT DO YOUR
DADDY AND MOMMY DO?
Our North End pre-schoolers
have been learning about all the
different careers and op-
portunities available to them
when they grow up. The children
are very excited about all the
diverse and sometimes unusual
positions their parents hold.
SLEEPING BEAUTIES
GREET CHILDREN
Our pre-school children had a
big surprise waiting for them one
Monday morning not too long
ago. When they arrived at school,
they found the Reguesh dancers
sound asleep in their classrooms!
But the dancers quickly awoke,
changed their clothes and began
dancing with the children. Our
talented and ethusiastic pre-
schoolers had the delightful
opportunity to sing and dance
the morning away with these
wonderful dancers, and they
thoroughly enjoyed themselves!
Sonoma
cour*rr
Wine Growers
in conjunaion with
Bf.RMS f%
stc/ik House "St
pmm**0i0mm presents !* *>+*
A Tasting
of Premier Wines
Sunday
March 24, 1985
ioop iii until6:00p.m.
B6RN S ST6AK H0US6
1204 South Howard Avcnur
Tampa. Florida
Admission SI2 ho per person '
iPrc-paxlrCMrvatJOluaccapUd through March 141
Proceeds Bene/n
Thf r YOUTH
Tune-in to the Jewish Sound
88.5 FM, 10:30-1:00,
WMNF Radio
Music: Jewish, Israeli,
ChsMidic, Cantorial, Comedy
News from Israeli
Broadcasting Service,
Tamps Bay Jewish Magazine
Listen for
oar JCC Announcements
The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
I GOTTA BE ME
TEEN TOPICS DAY
9th- 12th graders Join us on
Sunday, Feb. 24, for a special day
of discussions about issues of
specific concern to teens.
Workshops include the following
topics:
(1) Do You Really Want To Do
It? A frank discussion of
suicide.
(2) What Will I Be When I
Grow Up? complete a com-
puterized booklet that will help
determine your career choices.
(3) Sex, Love or Infatuation
How Do You Know the Dif-
ference? a discussion of love
and premarital sex.
(4) Give Me a Break dealing
with the stresses of home, school,
friends, peer pressure, choices,
etc.
(5) Slow Suicide Misuse and
Abuse of Drugs and Alcohol
an investigation into the
problems associated with the use
of drugs and alcohol.
(6) What Do You Want From
Me? dealing with your
parents.
12:30-1 Registration. 1-1:45
Opening Presentation, Teen
Council; 1:55-3:10 Workshops:
3:20-4:05 Refreshments; 4:15-
5:30 Workshops; 5:40-6:10
Concluding Session.
TWEEN/TEEN PARENTING
TRIVIAL PURSUIT
TOURNAMENT
Bring whatever edition of
Trivial Pursuit you have, along
with money to cover the cost of
popcorn and pop, to the JCC on
Sunday, March 10, at 2 p.m., for
our Trivial Pursuit Tournament.
Cost is $1 members, $1.50 non-
members. Winners will receive
wonderful prizes!
FAMILY
ISRAEL EXPO
INTERNATIONAL '86,
ATLANTA
Are you thinking about going
to Atlanta for the Israel Expo?
There will be a multi-dimensional
exhibition designed to enhance
knowledge and understanding of
the land, the people, the art and
the history of Israel. It promises
to be a very exciting experience,
and we would like to take a full
bus to Atlanta the weekend of
March 23. We are currently
pricing a group trip that would
leave on Thursday and return on
Sunday night (it's an 8-hour trip
to Atlanta). We'll reserve rooms
in a nearby hotel, and since the
price of admission is only $3
adults, SI senior citizens and
children, this would be a great
trip for families, singles, seniors,
everyone! Think about it!
ADULTS
BASKETBALL RESULTS
The JCC Junior Varsity Team
posted its first win on Jan. 29
against St. Patrick's Junior
High. Outstanding effort in this
33-31 victory can be attributed to
forward Mike Strashov and
guard David Cohen.
Unfortunately, our Varsity
team did not fare quite so well,
losing to Oldsmar Christian
Academy by a narrow margin.
CHILDREN'S THEATRE
Rehearsals are going well for
our March 30 production of
"Peter Pan." But we are still in
need of help in the costumes-
scenery-props department. All
donations and offers of assistance
are gratefully accepted. Please
contact Terry at the Center.
PARENTING PRIVILEGE
OR PROBLEM?
The final two topics in our
Parenting series are coming up
within the next few weeks. The
first is The Sandwich Generation,
a discussion of issues facing
children of aging parents
(possible start of a support
group), offered by Dale Johnson
of Jewish Social Services, at 7:30
p.m., Thursday, March 7, at the
Main Branch. Charge is $2
members, S3 non-members.
The last in this series is
Bringing-Up Your Child Without
Prejudice-Helping Your Child to
Cope with Prejudice, a discussion
of both sides of this issue, offered
by Leslye Winkehnan, executive
director of the Anti-Defamation
League, at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday,
March 12, at the Main Branch.
Charge for this seminar is $2
members, $3 non-members.
PRE-NATAL
EXERCISE CLASS
Due to the unprecedented
interest in and demand for a pre-
natal exercise class, the JCC is
offering this class twice a week,
on Tuesday and Thursday
nights, 6:30-7:30, at the Main
Branch, and Wednesday af-
ternoons, 12-1, at the North
Branch. You and your baby
deserve a physiologically sound
form of exercise, relaxation and
breathing, all of which will assist
you throughout your pregnancy,
labor, delivery and recovery.
NEW ACTIVITY
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Every Monday, beginning Feb.
18, for the nominal fee of only $2,
you can join our enjoyable
Duplicate Bridge group! We meet
at the JCC at 7:30 p.m., and
Esther Roth is running the game.
It's a bargain! Give us a try!
CLUB VARIETY
MEETING NIGHT
It's time to plan our spring
programs, and we need your
creative input! Join us on
Tuesday, March 5, in the JCC
Conference Room, at 7 p.m. This
is the time to make your voice
heard!
FILM SERIES
CONTINUES
The second movie in the JCC's
Jewish Film Series, entitled "I
Love You, Rosa," will be
presented on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at
8 p.m.. with a special showing for
seniors the same afternoon at 1
p.m. Charge: $2 evening, tl
afternoon.
GOOD HEALTH
Our "Just for the Health of It"
series continues on Wednesday,
Feb. 27, 7-10 p.m., with a course
in CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary
Resuscitation). It will be taught
by an accredited American Red
Cross instructor, and the fee ($8
members, $12 non-members)
includes teaching manual.
Offered at North Branch only.
Pre-registration a must.
The final session in this series
will be on Tuesday, March 5, at
1:30 p.m., Main Branch, and is a
seminar on Breast Cancer,
sponsored by the Breast
Screening and Education Center.I
The need for mammography, self-
examination, and detection of
breast cancer will be discussed by
the instructor, Cheryl Hall,
Educational Coordinator. Fee is
$2 members, $3 non-members,
and pre-registration is necessary.
CLUB VARIETY
THEATRE OUTING
"They're Playing Our Song"
Neil Simon, Marvin Hamlisch
and Carole Bayer Sager have
collaborated to bring you the
story of the love affair between
two ambitious, clever, funny and
neurotic New Yorkers. Stars
Vernon Gershe and Sonia Walsk,
of the Royal Theatre Company.
Meet at the JCC Friday, March
8, at 7 p.m. Performance begins
8:15, so be prompt! Charge $10
per person.
JEWISH MUSIC SEASON
.
Come celebrate Jewish music Menhart, flautist; Galina Belkin,
season on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2 vocalist; Laura Markowitz,
p.m. Admission: $2 adults, $1 violinist; Griselle Hernandez,
children and seniors. pianist; and Jewish Sound Band,
Jewish Community Center Kleysmer.
presents local artists Suzy Fox
BASKETBALL
The JCC gym is open every
Monday and Wednesday night
from 6 til 9 p.m. for a little get-
into-shape basketball! If you're
looking to get rid of some stress
or maybe calories, our Physical
Education staff instructors will
be waiting for you there! Free to
members; $1 charge to non-
members.
CLUB VARIETY
GAME NIGHT
Ready! Set! Play! Join us on
Sunday, Feb. 24, for a fun-filled
night with your favorite games.
Just bring a dessert you can
share. Place: JCC Library. Time:
8 p.m. Charge: $1.
CLUB VARIETY'S
GOIN' FISHIN'
Give our group president Lil
Singer a call at 831-5648 if you
are interested in a fun day of
fishing with friends on Sunday,
March 10.
ADULT CO-ED
VOLLEYBALL
Even if you have never played
volleyball before, our Thursday
night Adult Volleyball can be a
lot of fun! Clinics and instructors
are available for novice players.
Place: JCC Gym; Time: 6:30-9
p.m.; Charge: Members free,
non-members $1.
Feb. 24 Club Vd
Game Night; Jewish
Season Program;
Topics Day
Feb. 26 Movie, "I |
You, Rosa"
Feb. 27 Travel
Trip to Tampa Bay
CPR Seminar
Feb. 28 in^
Management Semi
"Antiques"
March 5 Breast I
Seminar; Club V|
Planning Session
March 7 The
wich Generation" S
March 8 Club V
Theatre Outing,
Playing Our Song"
March 9 Purim ]
March 10 Club vj
Fishing Trip: Trivial]
Tournament
March 12 Preju
Seminar
March 12-13 -
Club's EPCOT Over
March 21-24 -
Expo International
March24- Wine'
Party at Bern's
March 30 -
Theatre's Production, '\
Pan"
SENIOR!
VOLUNTEER INC01
ASSISTANCE
Free assistance for
with questions or
concerning the filing of I
income tax returns. Can"]
to pay for a tax service? I
the JCC Main Branch I
a.m. and 12 noon on W<
or Fridays, from now
14.
HOW TO GET THE!
FOR YOUR ANTIQl
As part of our ongoing I
Management series,!
Solomon, a licensed at
will talk to us about
trends in appraising
objects in the antiques
Discover when and how|
those treasures you''
holding onto all these
Bring in your own smaJ
(photos of large items) fo
the-spot appraisal. Thi
Feb. 28, 1:30-3:30, at *
Main. No charge.
HOW TO STAY Y<
AT HEART
From now through Ml
Jan Roberts, direct
Behavioral Medicine Con
of Florida, will conduct a;
on Tuesday and Thur
seniors who want to
young at heart. Inforroauoj
instruction will be pW
concerning medication
medical attitudes toward
patients, how to speak 11
doctor, stress rear
techniques, detecting
managing depression, ana i
your own advocate- Regi**"
Judy London.
TRAVEL CLUB JOUBJ
TO TAMPA BAY DO*
They're off and running! I
thoroughbred racing at its w
while savoring a baked o
luncheon at the Po
Restaurant. You'will be i
the clubhouse in com**.,
joying all the ***%*L
thoroughbred racing **
fortune and victory! D*-
27 (Wednesday). Tin* 3
a.m.-3 p.m. Cost: JJJ
members, $13.50 non-
(price includes trans-
admission, program,
tax and gratuities^
registration and pre-FW-
must!


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