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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Issue for Feb. 27, 1981 called also v.3, no. 8, repeating numbering of previous issue.
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Off Tampa
ton* 7 -Number 10
Tampa, Florida Friday, May 17, 1985
AM
Price 35 Cents
Annual Meeting Of Community Agencies On June 5 To Highlight
The Challenges Of A Growing Community
"The combined annual meeting
Ld installation of officers and
Jjards of the community agencies
Ihich is scheduled for Wednesday
lening, June 5, 7:30 p.m. at the
Pestshore Marriott Hotel will
rfus on the theme of 'Meeting
i ilenges of a Growing Com-
lunity, reported Kay Jacobs,
liairperson of the Annual
leeting Planning Commitee.
jne of the highlights of the
leninp will be comments from
\tea lecturer, Esther Leah Ritz,
esident of the National Jewish
elfare Board, New York.
|As part of one of the fastest
owing communities in the U.S.
day, the Jewish Community of
^mpa has been called upon to
spond to increased concerns,
kmands and needs for services
at often accompany periods of
pid growth, development and
pansion.
lUnder the leadership of Judy
osenkranz, president, and Gary
pter. executive director, the
npa Jewish Federation has
oved ahead with its plans to in-
klve the community in a planning
cess that would begin to ad-
ss the challenges facing our
nmunity.
The Women's Division has
bated excitement with its past
ments in education and
imitment the sharing and
JoleneShor
Judith Rosenkraia
Lee Tobin
dedication will continue under the
new leadership of President
Jolene Shor. The Business and
Professional Women's Network
has plans for continued profes-
sional programming under
Women's Division's new vice
president Natalie Goldberg.
The constituent agencies of
Tampa Jewish Federation have
joined in this effort through their
innovative and creative responses
to the community's needs for
service.
The Jewish Community Center
has expanded its services in the
Carrollwood area, its summer
camp services and its creative
family programs. Lee Tobin, in-
coming president, who will be tak-
ing over the reins of leadership
this year, is optimistic about the
Center's ability to grow with the
challenges that lie ahead.
The Hillel Day School is proud
of its new campus, its enhanced
curriculum, and its outstanding
faculty; all designed to make high
quality education available to the
growing Jewish community.
Laura Kreitzer, who will be the
new president of Hillel, has in-
dicated that the school expects to
increase its enrollment
significantly in the next few years
as the community becomes more
aware of the quality education
available at Hillel.
The Tampa Jewish Social Ser-
vice has been able to increase the
nature and quality of programs
and services available to the com-
munity through its sponsorship of
programs and projects such as the
Annual Benefit Dinner Dance
or The Hillel School of Tampa
['For Albert and me, the most
ortant involvement and in-
st have been support of The
Bel School of Tampa. Not only
fe our own two children reaped
benefits educationally and
nously but we have seen the
ilts in friends' children as well.
s our feeling that this is a vital
titution for the Jewish com-
nity of Tampa and we wish to
it grow and thrive," Judy
wil commented when discuss-
the forthcoming Annual
nefit Dinner Dance.
fhe dinner dance is scheduled
Sunday evening, June 9, and
guests of honor will be Judy
I Albert Tawil. This is the third
Her dance that Hillel has
I and it is very fitting that at
inclusion of the school's first
in its new building the
rees are Judy and Albert.
\y has been involved with the
1 since it was founded in
and has served in every
Sty on the Board of Direc-
she has been chairman of the
of Education, vice presi-
for Fundraising, secretary,
?resident of the Board of
)rs. Together, she and
I have given moat generous-
beir time and money to sup-
he school and help it grow
'elop.
Tawil has practiced in Tam-
[22 years as a family prac-
tician. He graduated from
liversity of Scranton and
Judy and Albert Tawil
the Jefferson Medical College in
Philadelphia, Pa. Currently in ad-
dition to his busy medical practice
he is president of the Hillsborough
County Chapter of the Florida
Academy of Family Practitioners
and clinical assistant professor in
the Department of Family Prac-
tice at the University of South
Florida Medical School.
The Tawils have two children
Lisa, 21, and Lee J., 18, who at-
tended the elementary grades of
the Hillel School of Tampa.
In addition to their total com
mitment and involvement with
the Hillel School, Judy and Albert
have been very active on other
boards and Jewish community
agencies. Albert served on the
board of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom, the board of the Tampa
Heart Association and has been
advisor to the Visiting Nurses
Association. Judy has been presi-
dent of the Tampa chapter of
Hadassah, and has served on the
boards of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom, Tampa Jewish Social Ser-
vice, Tampa Jewish Federation,
Women's Division of Federation.
She has also shown her commit-
ment to other civic organizations
by serving on the board of the
Visiting Nurses Association, and
serving as vice president of the
Hillsborough County Medical
Association auxiliary, and presi-
dent of the Westshore Civic
Association, a neighborhood
political activist group.
The Annual Benefit Dinner
Dance committee has been
chaired by Laura Kreitzer. Laura
has indicated that the gala social
evening will be held at the Tampa
Airport Maarriott The event is
open to the entire community and
the committee hopes that the
Tawils' many friends will join in
honoring them. Those who are
unable to attend may also par-
ticipate by making a dona, ion to
the school in honor of this excep-
tionaJlLdedic*160, and committed
SHfeT^For further information
eatt872"-8278 or 875-8287.
Tampa Bay Area Jewish Singles
Council, the Family Education lec-
ture series, the Social Service
Speakers Bureau, the major ex-
pansion of the Mitzvah Corps, the
"I Got To Be Me" Teen Con-
ference, the school social work
service at the Hillel Day School.
Sam Reiber, president, noted that
TJSS hopes to be able to continue
its community oriented thrust in
the years to come.
The annual meeting and in-
stallation of officers will also
feature special awards for
outstanding service including the
Leo D. Levinson Award of the
Tampa Jewish Federation, the
Sam Reiber
Bob Jacobson Memorial Award of
the Jewish Community Center
and the Rose Segall Award of the
Tampa Jewish Social Service, and
the Board Member of the Year
and Levine Memorial Scholarship
awards of the Hillel School of
Tampa. The campaign leadership
and workers for the 1986 Federa-
tion campaign will also be
recognized for their outstanding
efforts.
A dessert buffet will follow the
program and there will be a
nominal charge of $8 per person.
Advance reservations are re-
quired and can be made by calling
the Tampa Jewish Federation at
875-1618.
Tampa Bay Jewish Singles
To Meet At Don Ce Sar
Kathy Smith and Carla
Goldman, Co-chairmen of the
Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Coun-
cil Conference Committee, an-
nounced that outstanding per-
sonalities have agreed to direct
the series of workshops for the Se-
cond Annual Jewish Singles Con-
ference to be held at the Don Ce
Sar Beach Resort, Saturday and
Sunday, June 1-2. These leaders
will be Ruth Rogers, well known
area astrologist; Iris Lee, ACSW,
LCSW, from Gulf Coast Jewish
Family Service; Leslye
Winkleman, Director of Anti-
Defamation League; Michele
Goldstein, MA, NBCC and Robin
King, ACSW, LCSW, from Tam-
pa Jewish Social Service; Kay Lil-
ly, ACSW, LCSW; Joel Breits-
tein, Charitable Tax Planning/En-
dowment Development Consul-
tant, Director of the TOP Founda-
tion; Gail Rosen; Joe Kirstein; and
Rabbi Ira Youdovin of Temple
Beth-El.
Ellen Glassman, a member of
the Conference Committee, noted
the significance of this year's con-
ference is to recognize the broad
range of issues and problems that
confront many singles. In so do-
ing, this year's conference will
look at such matters as being
single and Jewish, and the stress
of parenting and managing life as
a single. The conference will pro-
vide for the social needs of the
participants through Saturday
evening's opening dance event.
Karen Schulman of the Con-
ference Program Committee
pointed out that some people
might"be particularly interested in
the brunch on Sunday, which will
feature Kenny Kaplan, offensive
tackle with the Tampa Bay Buc-
caneers, as the guest speaker.
Kaplan will speak on the issue of
how one can adapt and maintain
one's Jewish identity in a secular
environment.
Costs for the conference are $30
in advance, $45 at the door for full
conference/dance and workshops.
Saturday Night Dance only $12 in
advance, $15 at the door. Pre-
registration has been extended to
May 20. Contact Tampa Jewish
Social Service, 251-0083 or
Pinellas Jewish Community
Center, 344-5795 for further
registration information.

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By LORETTA SAFF
kvtU v I to beam with immense pride and pleasure: to be so
proudly happy "your buttons" can bust: doting with a
grin, conspicuous pride, uncontainable delight.
Today, rather than my usual comments on being Jewish or life
in general. I'd like to share with you a letter I recently received.
Naturally. I often get mail from people "levelling'' me about
themselves or their loved ones. But this letter. I think youll
agree, is truly special:
To Loretta Saff:
Before I give you my "kvell." I must give you a little bit of a
summary of my past.
You move from Hells Kitchen in 1938 or '89. to Jacksonville.
Florida, with your husband and four children. We did not strike
the "goldeneh medma" (ed. note: "golden country.'' land of
freedom where the streets were paved with gold, Le.. America),
that's for sure. January IS. 1941. my husband, only 39. was killed
in a hold up in the store. Now. that's a tragedy.
But after shiva, I went back to the same tittle store to raise my
family, and my mother for good measure. I was there for nine
years, and you know. I came up on top. My two sons I sent
through college and married off the two daughters. Now. that's
bragging. This is only a very short part of my tife. a widow for 45
years. I did not want to write a "kwgge megflbh" (ed. note: "a
long, drawn-out story"V Now, I know you wul not print the story
above.
But this one it my Kveil and Tell: When you have a daughter-in-
law tike I have, that never goes shoping. whether it's groceries,
clothes, drug store, she never fails to call me and see if she can
shop for me. and she does it all for me. And her name is JUDY
ROSENKRANZ.
Thank you and I hope you will print my Kvell and Tell.
Sincerely.
* *
.\

Thank you. Mrs. Rosenkrans. Indeed, how lucky you are to
have such s daughter-in-law. and how fortunate Judy is to have
as lovely and thoughtful as you. Good health and hap-
to you both.
SPEAKING OF HAPPINESS In the New Baby Depart-
it. meet
achal Elisabeth Weiss, new baby girl of former Tampan
(Ears) and Canter Jay Weiss of Dayton. Ohio, born April
15. The happy grandparents are Taelaaa and Stanley Earn.
Beajaanhi Lee, son of Harriet and David Reeeaurwaag, who
was born March 24. Little Benjamin has everyone within arm's
well as grandparents Harry and Wagiaa
in New Jersey, and great-grandmother Ethel
in Palm Beach
SPECIAL K n T CONGRATULATIONS TO:
- Sandra Kane Dan. daughter of Ben Greeaaaasn who has
isoaieed her PhD in Madfcal Anthropology from the University of
Gasnasrile.
who has just been swarded a one-year
at the V A. Medical Center in Paso Alto, Cahfornnv
Richard, who is s doctoral candadafe hi esnseal psychology at
I'SF. working on Ms ihasmirinn project on butane. He cur-
rently ci ilhi ring data on bnhaaas and anorexm esaag dasorders si
o oaf a at 974-042. The rnasnsTirirsi is free.) The
to
Price, son of Less Price, who wan Pint Place for the
a the caasstywide Math Laagae head at USF. Mark, aa
at Greco Jr High School, tied far the I
and eigfeth grade. A very
Mark a sine part of the Kjng Hh School Math
n No. 2 at the stone of Florida. (That's right, he's aa
graderD In second peace for the 8th gra
High with aa alJfiah toast sands an of Jay!
lark fan at is. Hilary Hart. Mark Sacks, sad Ian Pear. How's
THE KVELL a' TELL WOMAN OF THE TEAR
ARTMENT
Congratulations to
the office of awdasn
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acnes on wars to prevent
as they work with young
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Women's Division Campaign Cabinet. Bade row
(left to riant) LUi Kaufman, Bobbe Karpay. Aida
Weissman, Ellen Stem, Nadine Fddman, Jerilyn
Goldsmith, Lee Kesster. Rkoda Doris, and Bar-
bara Goldman. Front row (left to right) artjd
Skor, Blossom Leibowitz, Lots Older, Alice I
thai, and Rena Firestone.
Women's Division Surpasses Campaign Goal!
The 1985 Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division has
surpassed its goal of $240,000!
The total raised to date stands at
$277,087!
Alice Rosenthal. Campaign
Chairman, made the announce-
ment at the Women's Division
Campaign Cabinet wrap-up and
evaluation meeting last week.
No account of fund-raising of
the Federation throughout the
years would be complete without a
special word of tribute to the
Jewish women of Tampa. In no
small degree have they been
responsible for elevating the
general level of giving, through
the influence which they exert
over the members of their
famines.
Congratulations to all the
women who worked tirelessly and
contributed to the 1985 Combined
United Jewish Appeal/Tampa
Jewish Federation Campaign.
Women's Division raised 23 per-
cent of the community's goal!
Double orchids from the communi-
ty to our 1985 Campaign Cabinet
Team. Lion Division ($5.000-plus)
Bobbe Karpay and Blossom
Leibowiu; Diamond Division
($1,000-1.999) Leonore Kessier
and Dorw Rosenblatt Ruby Divi-
sion ($250-999) Nadine Fekhnaa
and Ellen Stern. Sapphire Divi-
sion ($100-249) Mimi Aaron and
Party Kahsh: Topas Division
(Telethon), Merilyn Burke snd
Debbie Gitomer. Emerald Divi-
sion (New Gifts) Rena Firestone,
Debra Linsky. Vidri Paul; Teen
Age Division. Jerilyn Goldsmith;
Business snd Profeuia
Women's Division. Lois Okie,
Dr. Joyce Swarzman.
Jonathan Anton Memork
Scholarship Fund
Receives $20,000 Gift
The Tampa (TOP) Endowment
Fund Trustees annonced that the
Tampa Endowment Fund,
operated under the umbrella of
the TOP Jewish Foundation,
received a gift of $20,000 for the
"Jonathan Anton Memorial
Scholarship Fund" from s donor
who wished to remain anonymous.
The "Anton Fund" wss establish-
ed several years ago by his
mother, Joyce Hartmann, in
memorv of her son who had been a
student at the HBd School of
Tampa. The fund is a designated
endowment with all of the income
earmarked for scholarship
assistance at the school.
"Our youth are our com-
munity's most precious asset."
said Laura Kreitxer. president-
eiect of the HiDd School. "We
have a fine Jewish Day School
that offers a quality education in
both secular and Judaic
Our goal is that uy
regardless of his family's I
condition should be able to i
our school if he or she ha |
desire. We have not attained!
goal yet, but with generoai
tike the donor who made thai
we may be getting doser.'
Anyone who has an inti
seeing that the Jewish i
our community receive ai
education at our HiDel School^
make a gift to this fund. Fcri
information about this or >
endowment and planned gnj
portunitaes please contact
Breitstein. Charitable
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ed Gifts Consultant for the 1
Jewish Foundation and the 1
pa Jewish Community
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through the TOP offiesj
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Jewish Community Food Bank Given
Overwhelming Support This Year
Friday, May 17,1985 /The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
his year support from the com-
Cjty has been so overwhelming
money allocated to the
j Community Food Bank by
[Tampa Jewish Federation is
returned. The continued
ort of everyone in the com-
|ity is greatly appreciated.
Alter, chairperson of
Jewish Community Food Bank
for the past three years,
tively seeking volunteers for
I summer when some regular
[nteers go on vacation.
nteers meet on Wednesday
(lings at the JCC for two
to package and-or deliver
tries to families. There is an
nt need for a driver to deliver
ges to the Mary Walker
tments every Wednesday
beginning July 3.
There are 48 families involving
about 150 individuals being helped
at this time. Most of these families
are clients of the Tampa Jewish
Social Service.
Recently during the Passover
holiday members of the communi-
ty donated the $2,000 which was
needed to provide the appropriate
foods for families observing
Passover.
There is a devoted group of
about 20 volunteers who help
weekly. Dr. Walter Woolf donated
a driver and van from the Woolf
Animal Hospital weekly to pick up
groceries from the Divine Pro-
vidence Food Bank and bring
them to the JCC.
Business And Professional
Women's Network To Feature
Panel At May 21 Meeting
The Jewish Community Food
Bank started almost four years
ago as a project of the Social Ac-
tion Committee of Congregation
Schaarai Zedek. When a greater
need was discovered the program
became a community one sup-
ported by synagogues, Jewish
organizations, and individuals.
The children at Hillel School, the
Jewish Community Pre-school,
and the synagogue religious
schools are encouraged to donate
food weekly to understand and
feel the concept of charity and
goodness (tzedakah).
For further information regar-
ding the Jewish Community Food
Bank, please call Barbara Alter at
259-1125 or the Tampa Jewish
Social Serivice at 251-0083.
(Left to right) Wayne Coller looks on as Joel Breitstein accepts on behalf
of the TOP Jewish Foundation a check from Jeff Miller, president of
I.nAao mi.l. R'mai R'mVl i C D.___ w_ .
Lodge 10U. B'nai B'rith.
of
See Story Page 4
|e Business and Professional
ben's Network will feature an
jrative and informative dinner
png on the topic of successful
en in business. The Tuesday,
21 program, entitled,
hsdropping on Success," will
tss such topics as the steps to
I toward a successful career,
Drism, networking and more.
kestion and answer session
allow the program.
panel will be comprised of
ers of the organization and
le: Dr. Shirley Borkowf,
|atrician, Northside
rics; Anne Echelman Kan-
raer, The Boulevard; Leslie
senior attorney, General
tone Company of Florida:
Laura Waller, certified financial
planner, Laura Waller Advisors,
Inc., and moderator will be Anne
Thai, consultant and
psychotherapist in private
practice.
The dinner and program on
Tuesday, May 21 will be held at
The Verandah Restaurant;
cocktails and networking
5:30-6:30; dinner at 6:30 with pro-
gram to follow. Cost for the even-
ing is $11.50.
All working women are invited,
for further information and
guaranteed reservations, call the
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division office,
875-1618.
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fmgeA The JewishFloridianof Tampa Friday. May IT. 1985
Notes From A Survivor
By JUDITH PRESSMAN
I have just returned from the
Inaugural Assembly of the
American Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Surrivors held in
Philadelphia. April 21 to 23. and I
would tike to share my feelings
with you.
I stayed with my daughter Ellen
and we shared this event
together. On Friday We watched
on television the acceptance
speech of Elie Wiesel. the chair-
man of the United States
Holocaust Memorial Council. He
received the Congressional Gold
Medal of Achievement award in
the White House. He is a
marvelous speaker (writer also,
but too mystical for me). He spoke
without notes, words which were
so meaningful, so sensitive, and so
expressive. He said "that we must
remember, we must not forget,
for the sake of life, for the sake of
the future."
He talked about the sadness the
Jews and other Americans feel
because of the presidential visit to
the Bitburg cemetary where there
are some SS graves.
To me personally it is such a sad
case. I feel it doubly as s Jew. but
also just as strongly as an
American. 1 am all for reconcilia-
tion with the West Germans, but
we cannot, we should not blot out
the past. If we white-wash' the
Holocaust after only 40 years.
what will happen in another 40
years* Will our children ex-
perience a repetition of the past*
What kind of an excuse is it for
President Reagan to say that the
SS troops were just drafted. The
"final solution*' of the Germans
was not the work of insane people,
out the cold bureaucratic result of
a iarge number o: so-called
"respected" middle class people
(Germans! carrying out a
business-like order.
I don't want President Reagan
to visit any concentration camp.
None of them looks (thank God) as
it did when we were there. Now
they are "showcases." neat and
clean with green grass growing
over the blood and bodies that the
SS murdered. What a shame that
the Germans need our president's
visit to Bitburg cemetery to prove
American friendship.
They forgot what America did
for them after the war. they
forgot the Marshall Plan, they
forgot who helped put them into
the excellent position they now oc-
cupy. American always has a pro-
blem being "the good guy." show-
ing the willingness to forgive and
forget History teaches us that if
we do not learn from the past, we
will make the same mistakes
again.
America is a very young coun-
try, the beat in the world but still
young. If President Reagan tries
to hasten the healing of the
Holocaust wound, he is not doing
a very good job. He is doing just
the opposite, he has reopened the
wound and the pain is so strong
again. The pain really never left
completely and something like
this just brings more nightmares.
On Saturday there was a service
and children singing. All day Sun
day there was a very impressive
program. On Ben Franklin
Parkway, in Philadelphia, there is
a memorial, created by a survivor,
to the six million Jews. On the
base of this monument are the
names of the camps where the
Jews were murdered. Here there
was a candlelighting ceremony,
the singing of "El Mole
Rachamin." and all the par-
ticipants saying Kaddish.
After this, there was a proces-
sion of Holocaust survivors and
their children past Independence
Hall to the Liberty Bell We walk-
ed, and I had such a good, warm
feeling seeing the honor guard of
local people all the way. They
were on both sides of the proces-
sion guiding us. All the survivors
and their children received a car-
nation to place at the Liberty Be.
We saw the trooping of
regimental colors by the United
States Army units which aide
our liberation. The ceremony cor.
eluded with prominent speaker
the ringing of the Independence
Hall bell, and the sounds of the
shotar.
An evening of Commemoraoor.
was held at the Civic Center viti
many famous personalities. Agair.
Eiie Wiesei spoke, with such sen-
sitivity, about what we wen:
through and how we feel now.
The day ended with the showing
of the film "The Final Solution."
produced by Arthur Cohn. This
film took six years to complete
and includes footage from many
archives. Many people left the
hall. I was glued to the seat. I
could not move and I could not
watch. All day I had held myself
together, but now I broke down.
During the walk from In-
dependence Hall I pushed my
thoughts away, now everything
burst upon me. Thoughts about
ray family crowded me.
The grandparents and other
relatives I had lost in Russia. My
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Jewish population not only surviv-
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next generations. I agreed with
the speakers, calling on each of us
to not let the world forget.
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the gathering is about the aban-
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dish. How sad that most people no
longer know this language. I
learned it in the ghetto and the
concentration camp.
And then the gathering
was
over.
Readers Write
Dear President Reagan:
History cares not for you and me.
Nor the future of what is to be.
It only records and never forsakes
Our good judgements and foolish mistakes.
Sometimes a person must speak his mind
Test the strength of ties that bind.
Offer understanding and gentle advice.
Ask a friend to rethink twice.
Mr. President, you've served so well.
Won our hearts with Reagan spell.
Nourished our country in time of need.
Not by promises but by deed.
I suppose in life there comes a time,
Wnen intentions are good but do not rhyme.
Let the Holocaust and its blame.
Lie in the guilt of human shame.
Sands of time will pit the stone
Wear away memories to the bone.
Let God through nature make u> obey
To await the time and proper
Your heart is good filled with love,
Try not to ascend too far above.
Let your crown remain your size.
Be like King Solomon, great and wise.
How does a person proud and strong
Tell his President, he thinks he's wrong.
My poetic pen has really tried
As it composed, inside I cried.
God will Bless You in your need.
Give strength to avoid this thankless deed.
Support your courage as you find.
The will to relent and change your mind.
Sincerely your friend.
DAVID E FREE DM AN
Tasapa
B'nai B'rith
Provides Seed
Money For Neil
Endowment Ft
Tampa B'nai B'rith LodpJ
1044 recently made a |
$2,500 to the Tampa Endoi
Fund to establish a de
fund to help those with i
financial problems in the
munity. The fund known as l
"Tampa Jews-- Commu
Emergency Relief Fund" m
component endowment fund i
the TOP Jewish, Foundation, i
endowment and planned gift j
of the Tampa Jewish Comma
Dr. Jeff Idler president
Lodge No. 1044 indicated or]
the purpose of the fund is to i
loans, whoever possiti
outright grant.- to persons
of emergency finanr
According to Miner the
for these loans >r gram-
determined by Tampa k
Social Servu-- nldoit
tuai administration of the
grant program be ; receives l
quests for distributions from I
endowment fund
"Our Lodge is very proud tod

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DEAR EDITOR. The Jemsk
Floridum:
As a "free-lance" cartoonist I
felt '-leagan's
Thai
John T. Spera. RPH
Tampa
EDITOR. TV Jewish Floridian:
On Thursday night. Apnl 2"
attended a moving memorial ser-
vice for nine million plus humans
killed in the war because of what
they believed. Sue million Jews,
three million non-Jews. It was a
night of tears we must remember.
365 nights a year. The crusades,
the inquisitions, the pogroms and
closer to home the inquisition in
Mexico. Because history was
forgotten it repeated itself. Our
grandchildren's grandchildren
must never forget what happened
to us because we were Jews. Some
are already forgetting. This must
never happen. I am asking
everyone reading this to join us in
forming a committee to build a
memorial of remembrance. Don't
let history repeat itself again
against us and others. Maybe the
world will learn that we Jews are
here to stay. Join us. you are
needed.
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ne Coller, vice president of
i No. 1044 and Chairman of
xxige's fund raising efforts
his project. "Sometimes we
to forget that our fellow
, suffer from the same finan-
[ls as anyone else in our socie-
)w Lodge wanted to help to
jmething about it in our com-
ity. Because our community
|a well-thought-of endowment
tram and a respected social
Jjce organization, we believe
|Lodge's seed money gift will
people to help themselves.
We are hoping to raise more
money for this project and make
additonal gifts to this fund
through the TOP Jewish
Foundation."
It is hoped that other members
of the Jewish Community who
share the same concerns will
make gifts into this fund. This
fund reflects tile teachings of
Moses Maimonides who, in his
treatise on tzedakah noted that
the highest level of charity is
"helping man to help himself."
The Tampa (TOP) Trustees ap-
Friday, May 17,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 5
predate the contribution of B'nai
B'rith Lodge No. 1044 in giving
the seed money to establish this
fund. Please contact B'nai B'rith
Lodge No. 1044; (Wayne L. Coller
962-6559); Tampa Jewish Social
Service; or Joel Breitstein,
Charitable Tax Planning-
Endowment and Planned Gift
Consultant for the TOP Jewish
Foundation, to learn how you can
participate in helping others to
help themselvs. The telephone
number of the TOP Jewish Foun-
dation is 253-3569.
KVELL and TELL
Continued from Page 2
moved to Tampa last November from Philadelphia. Phyllis, 27,
lives with her sister and brother-in-law, Lynn and Harria Golds-
tein. Before she moved to Tampa, she worked in a casino in
Atlantic City for four years. It was a fun job, but she wanted to be
closer to her family. She is currently looking for a job. She loves
all types of outdoor sports, especially skating and swimming.
Watch for her in the singles groups! Phyllis, we're glad you're
here.
Because of other commitments at this time, I must bid Kvell
and Tell goodbye for a while. Please keep your information com-
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snared. Write the office at 2808 Horatio St., Tampa, Fla. 33609.
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Congregations/Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDF.K
JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP
A very busy year will end with
the bang! On May 17, the Junior
Youth Group will have a Sleep-
Over at the Temple. The weekend
begins with Family Services,
followed by games, movies, and
activities throughout the night.
There will be a brief Shabbat mor-
ning service. Then on Sunday,
May 19, the Junior Youth Group
will travel to "Wet and Wild" (an
amusement park) with SchZFTY.
This is open to all students in the
religious school at a cost of $5.
ADULT B'NAI MITZVAH
Six adul ts who are members of the
temple and have been studying
Hebrew for two years will
celebrate their B'nai Mitzvah on
Saturday, May 25, at 11 a.m. They
will lead the service and read from
the Torah. There will be an Oneg
Shabbat following this service.
SUNCOAST COUNCIL
NATIONAL FEDERATION
TEMPLE BROTHERHOODS
At a recent meeting of the Sun-
coast Council of the National
Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods held at Temple
Ahavat Shalom, Palm Harbor, the
following slate of officers was
approved.
Al Schaar, president, Temple
Emanuel, Saraaota; Dick Silver,
first vice president, Congregation
Schaarai Zedek, Tampa; Lou
Balen, second vice president,
Temple Shalom, Naples; Jack
Jenkins, corresponding secretary,
Temple Beth El, St Petersburg;
Ernie Schnor. secretary, Con-
gregation B'nai Israel, Clear-
water; and Al Skwire, treasurer,
Temple Emanuel, Saraaota.
The Brotherhood of Congrega-
tion Schaarai Zedek will host the
next meeting of the Suncoast
Council on Saturday, Sept. 28.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
The Trial For
Adolf Hitler
A trial for Adolf Hitler was con-
ducted by the eighth grade
Religious School class of Con-
gregation Schaarai Zedek.
This trial was held in order to
give an idea of how, had this really
happened, the Third Reich, its
leaders and followers could be
punished for the crimes they
committed.
The trial was conducted as any
other trial, with the Prosecuting
Attorney and Defense Counsel
giving their opening arguments
and then continuing with the full
cross-examination of the
witnesses, each side having at
least three.The witnesses for the
Prosecutor's side were called to
the stand, then the witnesses for
the Defense Counsel's side were
called to the stand. And, at last,
Adolf Hitler was called to the
stand. Although he was the center
of this large web, he was not ask-
ed many questions by either side.
At the end of the trial, the jury
found Adolf Hitler guilty of
murder in the first degree of
millions of Jews. The panel of
judges' explanation was that he
was guilty of murder in the first
degree, and that he was not total-
ly insane, but that he was certain-
ly not sane. The sentence given
was life in prison.
Although the trial took several
weeks to prepare, everyone who
participated and observed enjoyed
it and got a learning experience
from this event. Participants in-
cluded cameraman; teacher,
Larry Lempert; prosecuting at-
torney, Jason Kerben; Assistant,
Jason Baumgarten; defense
counsel, Lara Kass; Assistant,
Ben Older; prosecuting witnesses,
Melissa Saland, Karen Sper.
Brian Sadofsky and Eddie
Winoker; defense witnesses, John
Tepper, Matias Eichberg, and
Merrie Miller; judges panel, Shane
Cohn, Debby Eckstein, and
Stacey Stein; jury, Doyle Rab-
john, Anna Rabjohn, Jennifer
Schwartz, Lawrence Bloom,
Caryn Zielonka.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHALOM
To Celebrate Shavnot
And Confirmation
On Sunday, May 26, 10 a.m.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom will
celebrate the holiday of Shavuot.
This special day recalls G-d's giv-
ing of the Ten Commandments to
Moses on Mt. Sinai. During this
service the confirmation of our
10th grade class will also be
celebrated. The Confirmands will
present their cantata entitled f50s
Torah? Four scholarships will be
awarded to deserving students, as
well as each Confirmand receiving
his own Certificate of Confirma-
tion. A reception and Kiddush lun-
cheon will follow in the Social
Hall. Those being confirmed are:
Stephen Solomon Altus, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Altus; Aaron
Lee Blum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Blum; Dana Allyn
Friedlander, daughter of Mrs.
Sherry Friedlander; Matthew
Robert Hilk, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Hilk; Jodi Lynn Horvitz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Horvitz; Diane Francis Pozin,
daughter of Mrs. Shelly Pozin;
Dorina Sophia Schuster, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schuster;
Sharon Kim Smilowitz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Smilowitz;
Brian Elliott Turkel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Turkel; William
Martin Wall, son of Mrs. Heidi
Wall; and Tracy Lynn Warner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Warner.
Lichvod HaTalmidim
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
will celebrate Lichvod
HaTalmidim ."In honor of our
Children." Date: Friday, May 24,
8 p.m. Final awards and presenta-
tions for May, June, and July bir-
thdays will be honored. The Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by the
Religious School Parents. This is a
simcha no one will want to miss
Men's Club Picnic
On Sunday, May 19 the Men's
Club of Rodeph Sholom will have
its annual congregational picnic.
The festivities will begin at 11:30
a.m. at the Ron Jo Rosa Ranch.
All congregants are invited to at-
tend for a day of good picnic
eating, games, hay rides, fishing,
and lots more. Call the office for
directions and more information.
Couples Group
The Rodeph Sholom Couples
Group has been invited to join
with Congregation Rodeph
Sholom at the Annual Men's Club
Family Picnic, Sunday, "May 19 at
the Ron Jo Rosa Ranch, beginning
at 11:30 a.m. Day long activities
include volleyball, Softball and
hayrides for the children. The
Men's Club will provide hot dogs,
chips and soda.
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Jenkins will host a bagels and lox
brunch at 10:30 a.m. Featured
guest speaker, Rabbi Kenneth
Berger, will speak on "Exploring
the possibilities for a vibrant
Jewish home." Cost for the
brunch is $5 per couple for
Couples Group members, and $7
per couple for non-members. All
congregants from Rodeph Sholom
are invited to join the Couples
Group for this event.
For more information about the
Rodeph Sholom Couples Group
and to RSVP for the picnic and-or
brunch, call Ron and June Kraff,
962-2813, or Phil and Barbara
Leckner, 985-3358.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Albert Aronovitz Post 373
And Ladies Auxiliary
Due to the fact that the first day
of Shavuot falls on our regular
meeting date, May 26, we will
change the date of our meeting to
June 2, 10 a.m. at the Jewish
Community Center.
This year, 1985, the federal
observance of Memorial Day coin-
cides with the second day of
Shavuot.
All JWV units are directed to
refrain from participating in any
parade, or the carrying of any col-
ors in any parade, or from the con-
ducting of fund-raising activities.
Grave decoration should take
place prior to Sabbath and
Shavuot.
All units are asked to closely
follow the guidelines as mandated
by the NEC so that we may honor
our fallen veterans and this
religious holiday with re*,*,
TEMPLE DAVID
Shavoath Worship Seh^
Saturday evening ^ m
A traditional Yom Tov
Service, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday morning-May 25.
Complete festive service 9,
Sermon G-d, Torah, Ig^|
Monday morning-May 27 j
Complete festive service 9
Yizkor Memorial Service 1
m.; Sermon fc^
Preparation, Annexation
Yom Tov-Shavoutk
Temple David will ceUiJ
Israel's Feast of Pentecost2!
complete traditional service 1
bi Mallinger will chant the lioU,
perform the Torah readinTr'
preach each day of the hol&j
..,% Monday, the tradit
Milchig-Dairy Kiddush
cheon" will be served f
conclusion of the service.
TEMPLE DAVID
SISTERHOOD
Temple David Sisterhood nil
hold its Installation Luncheon |
the Admiral Benbow Inn, 1200 K
Westshore Blvd., on Wednafc
May 22 at 12 noon. Irene Rub
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Vikki Silverman will preaenti
repertoire of Hebrew and Enghl
selections. For reservation!
please call Sadie Wanned
876-0673. Gertrude Kern, ch
man of the day urged, membail
and friends of the Sisterhood tt|
attend.
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Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Friday, May 17,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 7
Lniel Albert Cohen, son of Dr.
d Mrs. Albert Cohen, will be
fed to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah
May 17, at Congregation
deph" Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
Irger and Cantor William
Lben will officiate,
baniel is a student of Rodeph
blom Hebrew School and par-
ipates in Kadima. He attends
Ykeley Preparatory School
ere he is in the seventh grade.
niel is a high honor roll student,
| belongs to the Tampa Tennis
ciation.
Dr. and Mrs. Cohen will host the
Idush following services in
tor of Daniel.
Ipecial guests will include
grandparents Mrs. Betty Klein
from Utica, N.Y., and Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Cohen, from Mon-
tgomery, Ala.; Dr. Irving Cohen,
Dr. Jules Klein, Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin,
Dr. and Mrs. Allan Levey, and
Louis Stowell.
Dana Appleblatt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Appleblatt,
will be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah Saturday, May 18 at 10
a.m. at Congregation Kol Ami.
Rabbi Judah Fish will officiate.
Dana is a student in the Kol Ami
Religious School and is the recor-
ding secretary of the Kadima
Community Calendar
Friday, May 17
Candlelighting time 7:54 p.m.
p.m.
Schaarai Zedek Family Service, 8
Saturday, May 18
Kol Ami Sisterhood Bowling Schaarai Zedek SchZFTY Installa-
tion Hadassah/Ameet Fundraiser, 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 19
Tune in "The Jewish Sound" WMNF 88.5-FM, 10:30 a.m.-l p.m.
Schaarai Zedek JYG and SchZFTY Trip Schaarai Zedek Israel
Bond Breakfast Kol Ami Sisterhood Kitchen Shower Rodeph
Sholom Men's Club Picnic, 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Installation, 10
a.m. Schaarai Zedek 50-plus Chavurah, 2 p.m. Tampa Jewish
Social Service Membership Event, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 20
Schaarai Zedek Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 21
[ORT/Bay Horizons Installation, 11 a.m. Jewish Towers Board
[meeting, 4 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Campaign Cabinet,
14:15 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Business and Professional
[Network meeting, 5:80 p.m. ORT/Tampa Chapter meeting, 7
Ip.m.
Wednesday, May 22
iRodeph Sholom Sisterhood Mitzvah Luncheon, 11 a.m. Kol Ami
ISenior Socialites, noon Kol Ami Men's Club meeting, 7:30 p.m.
[ Tampa Jewish Social Service Board meeting, 7:30 p.m.
|Hadassah/Sholom Brandon Installation, 8 p.m.
fmrsday, May 23
.ORT/Tampa Chapter Bowling, 9:30 a.m. Tampa Jewish Federa-
|tion Women's Division 1985-86 Executive Board meeting, 11 a.m.
Temple David Sisterhood meeting, 1 p.m. Jewish Towers Resi-
dent/Management meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation
Board meeting, 4 p.m.
riday. May 24
Candlelighting time 7:58 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
Rodeph Sholom Family Service,
Saturday, May 25
JCC Closed Schaarai Zedek Cradle Roll, 5-7 p.m.
Sunday, May 26
"me in "The Jewish Sound" WMNF 88.5-FM, 10:30 a.m.-l p.m.
SHAVUOT JCC Closed Rodeph Sholom Confirmation Kol
Imi Services, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Confirmation
londay, May 27 u
IEMORIAL DAY Jewish Tower Residents Association
meeting, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Services, 10 a.m.
luesday, May 28
Tampa Jewish Federation/Women's Division Board meeting, 9:d0
Lm. B'nai B'rith North Tampa Board meeting, 8 p.m.
ladassah/Ameet General meeting, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, May 29
deph Sholom Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m.
hursday. May 30
)RT7Bowling, 9:30 a.m.
Daniel Cohen
group. She is a seventh grade
honor roll student at Oak Grove
Junior High School. Her hobbies
include dancing, skating and
boating.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Baval will
host the Oneg Shabbat Friday
evening following the services. A
reception dinner dance Saturday
evening at the Rusty Pelican will
be hosted by Shelly and Mike Ap-
pleblatt. A Sunday brunch hosted
by Janet and Stan Cotzen, Claudia
and Bob Vallins, Lynne and Har-
ris Goldstein, and Barbie and Rick
Levine will be held at the Cotzen
home.
Obituaries
KOTLEB
Gretchen Kotler, 86, of 2401 Bayshore Blvd.
died Thursday, May 2. She wma the widow of
Meyer Kotler and she had been a resident of
Tampa since the turn of the century. She
waa a member of Congregation Schaarai
Zedek, Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood, and
Tampa Section National Council of Jewish
Women. She is survived by her son Arnold
C. Kotler; a daugther, Mrs. Lawrence L.
Falk; a sister, Dr. Rae Galpern, all of Tam-
pa; four grandchildren, John D. Kotler,
Nancy K. Brereton, Leslie F. Osterweil and
Lee R. Falk, and five great-grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to Congregation
Schaarai Zedek or the charity of your
choice.
Michelle Kanarek
Special guests will include Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Baval, Martin
Arkesfield, Janice Spiegel, Ethel
Packer, William Appelblatt, Mr.
and Mrs. William Pinchik, Mr. and
Mrs. Sy Cohen and family, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ap-
pelblatt and family; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Belasco and family, New
Jersey; and Stan Arkesfield,
Boston.
Michelle Kanarek, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Keith Kanarek, will
be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah Saturday, May 25, at 10
a.m. at Congregation Kol Ami.
Rabbi Judah Fish will officiate.
The celebrant is a student in the
Hey Class of the Kol Ami
Dana Appleblatt
Religious School. She attends the
seventh grade at Oak Grove
Junior High School and is a
member of the Principal's Honor
Roll, the Student Council, and the
Math League. Her hobby is jazz.
Dr. and Mrs. Kanarek will host
the Kiddush following the services
in honor of the occasion and a
reception at Congregation Kol
Ami. Michelle will host a party for
her friends at the Carrollwood
Village Country Club on Saturday
night.
Special guests will include Dr.
and Mrs. F. Gartner, Venezuela;
Dr. and Mrs. D. Kanarek, Boston;
and Dr. and Mrs. A. Reichman,
Houston.
Jewish Day School
In Tampa
Seeking Full-Time Hebrew Teacher, and
Part-Time Kindergarten Aide.
If interested In either position, pleaee call:
875-8287
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Friday May 17.1966
YOUTH
The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
MiMf 18,198*)

ADULTS
CLUB VAJUETY
WELCOMES
NEWCOMEE8 TO TAMPA
. 00 along and join in the
_Jm having with this very
bvery group. The original plan was
to auz married* and singles, and
we stiB welcome th combination.
There is no membership fee.
although a nominal serrice charge
is occasionally added to defray
ataflmg costs. Our age range is 40
years and up. and the group is
non-sectarian. The only require-
ment of the participants is that
they be fan-loving and
advaanrooa.
Don't be a stay-at-home stick-in-
the-mud! Laughter comes easily
when you're with friendly contem-
poraries. We encourage everyone
to "iff*** new activities at our
open meetings, which are held the
first Tuesday of every month at 7
pan. Just call the JCC to be placed
on our mailing list or for informa-
tion about our very busy schedule
of events.
Don't arna out on oar Laa Vegas
Night on May 25 right here in
Tampa, or our theatre party on
June 15 to see "Gypsy" with Ann
Hodges at the Mark I Dinner
Theatre in Lakeland. We're also
pU*""g s Night Picnic and
POSTER CONTEST
WTNNEIS ANNOUNCED
AT ISRAEL
INDEPENDENCE DAY
Israel Independence day yielded
ay wonderful events and sur-
prises, one of which was our
highly 111 if ill Poster Contest.
We applaud aD of oar enthusiastic
and extend hearty coo-
to on
Kindergarten: Fret Place. Mm-
dy Greenburg: Second Place.
Third Place. Brad

First Grade: First Place. Adam
Second Place, Lyndai
Third Pteee. Leonard
Jacobson
Second Grade: First Place. Son-
Moore: Second
Levy
Third Grade: First Place.
Joeeryn Lewis; Second Place.
Edgar Bieas and David Manowitx;
Third Place. Alhsoa Ranter
4th Grade: First Place. Jffl
Annan; aecono nace, Jesssca
Hirschorn and Joanna Wares;
Third Place. Lisa Ijpsmaa
5th Grade: First Place. Kol Ami
Hey C3a
Posters may be picked up at the
JCC. Ribbons are attached to the
winning posters, and first place
winners were also awarded. Con-
gratulations to all!
JCCs CAMP SHOBESHIM
STILL HAS OPENINGS
First time group experience for parent and child.
12-18 months (mast ha walking) Place: Main or
North Branch. Time: Tuesday and Thursday. 11:45 am.-12:30
p.m. Fee: 4 weeks $40 member, $60 non-member. 8 weeks $60
$90
Plsytete: A two hour program for parent and child to par-
ticipate in free piay. motor and iissiapalatise activities, art and
mask. Participants: IS mtmths-21* years. Place: Main or North
Branch. Time: Tuesday and Thursday. 9:30-11:30 a.m. Fee: Early
Bird JCC aiimbar 4 weeks: $60. 8 weeks $90-. Regular Registra-
tion JCC member- 4 weeks $70. 8 weeks $105: non-member. 4
$106. 8 weeks $157.
A three day dam which will have rotating parent
An opportunity for your child to solo with hhvher friends.
vhB be svauable at Mam Branch, water play at North
2-3 years (most be 2 by June 1.1965) Place:
Main or North Branch. Time: Monday. Wednesday. Friday, 930
a.m-1230 p.m. Fee: Early Bird JCC member: 4 weeks $160, 8
weeks $240; Regular Registration JCC member: 4 weeks $210. 8
weeks $315; nonmsmber: 4 weeks $315, 8 weeks $475.
at the
Stephanie Jeeepbaberg will be teaching
North End. Daryi Sehuhnan wfll assist.
J
Of
We rode the ponies, bought and
ate food, dunked a lot of people in
the water, had a big voUeyball and
softball game, looked at booths set
up by every organisation in town.
had oar picture drown, bought
baked goods, sat in the sun. listen-
ed to Oded (WMNF. the Jewish
Sound) play good music and do
good interviews, watched the new
Israeli Dance group perform, and
everyone had a good time Here
are some pictures there are
more at the Center on the bulletin
board.
CONTINUOUS
CHILD CARE
Between school and summer
camp, working parents have no
fear the JCC will have a pro-
gram during that week to keep
your chad busy and happy with
crafts, games, computer, swimm-
ing, etc Our pre-camp program
wu1 be from June 10th through
the 14th, from 8 am. to 6 p.m.
Cost wiB be $60 for the week.
However, we need s minimum of
10 children for this activity, so
pleaay call the Center and register
right sway.
CAMP TOTE BAGS
FOB SALE
Camp tote bags for sale
perfect sine for two swim suits
and towels, water proof, space for
name. $5. Available at the front
desk.
TEENS
TEEN COUNCIL
PLANS POOL PARTY
The Tampa Jewish Teens Coun-
cil is planning s final end of school
activity which wiB be a Pool Party
with dancing and food on Satur-
day, June 1. at 7:30 pjn. The
evening will start with Havdala
services, followed by a disc jockey -
dancing, swimming in the pool
and pirns. Tentative plans are to
have the party at the Atrium
apartments Cost will be $5. If you
are interested in helping, call
Terry at the Center.
FAMILY
CLASSICAL GUITARISTS
PLAT BACH
On June 23 at 4 tun. Mark
Switser. University of Tamps pro-
fessor of music, and four of his
students will present an afternoon
of Bach, all played on rlaaritsl
guitars. Won't you join us for a
lovely program just made to end a
lovely Sunday afternoon. Coat is
free to members, $2 for non-
members.
Wiener Roast for June 29 s
crackling fire, singing galore, and
more aD on the Courtney Camp-
bell Causewsy.
Join us! Well add spice to your
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CLUB VARIETY
LAS VEGAS NIGHT
This is it! Laa Vegas Night! Join
us on Saturday. May 25. 8 p.m. oil
T, at Cortes of CarroUwood, for a
fun-tastie etening? Wine, cheese
and dessert Gambling is for fun
only no real money. Well have
a casino, dancing, food and drink,
and plenty of fun. Just like the
real thing, except that the winn-
ings here vi be the pleasure of
gathering with dose friends and
making new ones. Cost: $7.50 per
person. Reservsuom by Msy 20
are a must. If you missed the
Gaspariua Dance, don't miss this!
SENIORS
LIFETIME FITNESS
PROGRAM
It's never too hue in life to get
into shape, even after years of in-
activity. The JCC's Lifetime
Fitness Program will add seat,
vitality, independence and an un-
proved self-image to your life that
wfll help you to remain forever
young-at-heart.
Begin Tuesday and Thursday
mornings at the JCC with a gentle
stretch session geared to haloing
you strengthen your heart and
lungs, improve your digestion,
tone your muscles, and increase
flexibility in every part of your
body.
Next, visit our new Lifetime
Fitness Weight Room, where you
can enjoy a gentle bike ride on one
of our monitored stationary
bicycles, s walk on our usadinill. a
"boat ride" on our rowing
machine. Or if 'pumping iron" is
your dream, you can begin a pro-
gram with heavy hand pulhes or
other training equipment.
Or. if weight training isn't for
you. relax with a dip in our pool
with Aqua Exercise instructor
Ciel Adams, who will lead her
in a series of coordinated
movements to keep us young at -
the Lifetime
1 Program is the only one of
its land in this area, geared to the
special health and fitness needs of
the aging individual. We offer in-
dividual exercise pi ascription,
health screening and monitoring,
a variety of fitness programs,
health seminars, and support
groups.
Join us any Tuesday or Thurs-
day a-m. at 8. For further infor-
mation. <^ Melody Jurado or Bill
Suskauer at the Center.
INCOME MANAGEMENT
SERIES
A special four-week course on
Learning Antiques wfll be offered
on the following successive
Wednesdays Jane 12,19. 26. ami
July 5.9:30-11:30 am. Buying and
selling antiques wfll be discussed
by local licensed appraiser Angels
Allenburg. Course material offers
a wide range of antique categories
and coBertmlcs (including glass,
pottery, china and furniture). The
final meeting day wfll include a
trip to local antique shops.
GOOD HEALTH
SBEIB8 CONTINUES
As part of our continues* "Good
Health Scrim" the JCCWfl spon-
sor Dr. Servando Sesames, a local
wfl
of im-
and its
May 17-19-Travel!
Cruise to Nassau
May 18 Ballet _
Dance Recital. "Fantasa"
May 19 LIFE
Program
May 20 Friendsh
Club's Mini Fashion Show
May 21 Current Pe
uves on Impotence
Msy 25 Club Varietri
Las Vegas Night
June 1 Teen Council Put
Party
June 4 Importance
Fmer in Diet" lecture
June 5 Send M H.
Flowers" at Country Dnaej
Playhouse: Intention
Eating" series begins
June6 "Preparingaeskl
for One" lecture
June 12 Buying nil
Selling Antiques" serial
begins
June 15- Club Variety 11J
"Gypsy" at Mark I Dumj
Theatre
June 17 JCC Summl
Camp begins
June 18 Travel Chn'il
Combined Activity Outing
June 29 Club Variety"!]
Wiener Roast and Night]
I Picnic
rNTENTIONAL EATOJfi
A four-week weight cootrdj
gram taught by Bob
about how to lose weight \
the use of diet, medication, orl
nosss. Participants wfll lean I
to identify eating habits
develop relaxation
which reduce stress faetoni
cause overeating. We
evenings, 7-&30. June 5. 12,1
and 26. For additional
tion or registration, call Judyl
don. Senior Center
Limited enrollment
NUTRITION SERBS
Our Nutrition Series, 1.
by Memorial Hospital Wi
Center, continues with a i
sion of The Importance ofl
in Your Diet," by Dr DennsI
fer. on June 4. 1:30-3:30 p*
Also as part of this series. 1
took "Preparing Meals for ft
wfl be discussed on JaaJ
1:30-3:30. with emphasis on'
ty, economy and nutrition.
"SEND ME NO FLOWEsfj
AT COUNTRY
DINNER PLAYHOUSE
The JCC Seniors' Travel j
jumueying to the Country I
Pkyhouse on Wednesday;J*J
to see the hilarious 1950sf
edy. "Send Me No Flowers,
ring MASH'S Larry W
Prim ($17.50 **
s) include.
icheon sod
. Only ,
rod members J
1 priority. Advance]
130 p.m., for this
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
OLDS MINI
FASHION SHOW
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sponsored by Goodwill In*"-
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