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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Vo1. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 6, 1979)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
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Issue for Feb. 27, 1981 called also v.3, no. 8, repeating numbering of previous issue.
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Of Tampa
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Tampa, Florida Friday, September 6, 1985
FndShochtt
I Price 35 Centa
?ration at Menorah Manor
ly evening,
lof celebration
jorah Manor,
rish Living"
It No., St.
direction of
lily Shabbot
tr committee,
with a Shab-
liosted by the
mor for their
[Goldblatt will
ing Services
tion of holiday
ts to be held in
ipel.
ition of the
Hillsborough
tribute to the
included by
erger of Con-
Sholem, Rabbi
H. David Rose of Congregation
Kol Ami and Rabbi Frank Sun-
dheim of Congregation Schaarai
Zedek in their remarks. In
recognition of National Grand-
parents Day and the formal
dedication of Menorah Manor,
they will reflect upon our Judaic
tradition of honor and respect of
the elderly.
A most exciting culminating
program has been planned by
Helen Hameroff, General Dedica-
tion Chairperson, and her commit-
tee to include the Dedication
Ceremonies to be held Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Con-
gressman Bill Young will be the
keynote speaker for the afternoon
and installation of officers, Board
Members, Chairman of the Board,
Ted. P. Wittner, and President,
Irwin H. Miller, will be performed
by Murray Jacobs, Past President
of the Board.
Ida Michels, president of the
Menorah Manor Guild, is inviting
all interested members of the
Tampa Bay area to attend, meet
the Residents, Congressman
Young, offer their congratula-
tions to the officers and enjoy the
refreshments served by members
of the Guild.
Remote parking will be
available at both the Wittner
Center, 59 Street and 1 Avenue
No., and Congregation B'nai
Israel .. transportation will be
available to the Manor. For addi-
tional information call Susan Tib
betts, Administrative Assistant,
at (813) 346-2775.
wdassah Confab
!uomo Links U.S., Israeli Survival
tK (JTA) -
Cuomo told
delegates to
lassah national
that in the conti-
East crisis
[stake is not only
rival but also our
a special session of
Cuomo said that
nies recognize better
Imericans do that
brae I are also attacks
pests of the United
rorists who murder
dren and athletes and
and those who give
psts the means to do so
and that, ultimately,
Is transcend the
'uomo said.
ritical that our govern-
the basic nature of
ptation in that region of
v' the Governor said. "It
*> against Arab it is
9 cherish democracy as a
life against those who
Sstroy democracy as a
ie."
called for the United
rf" make it clear that
rill have the economic
and the weapons with
I defend itself and "that
[as Israel's enemies con-
deny her right to exist
Jinue to prepare for war,
">11 maintain an absolute
s"[>eriority."
mot said that the
1 rig her security
strains on
it ion of
md
divert its
1 'its resources to the
ceaseless necessity of defei^ng
itself."
"It is a crushing burden fiscally
and economically, and a draining
one spiritually," Cuomo stated,
"but there is no alternative." As
long as the threat to Israeli
democracy continues," he said,
"the United States must help
Israel to solve the problems which
result from having to shoulder a
military responsibility that
belongs to us all."
CUOMO ALSO strongly de-
nounced what he termed the "po-
tent and dangerous force" of anti-
Semitism, and the "twisting of
the truth" by Israel's adversaries
who equate Zionism with racism.
He pointed out that the decade-
long campaign to link Zionism and
racism "is an operating principle
of one of the world's two super-
powers, the Soviet Union." The
Governor said that to let such a
distortion go unchallenged is to
accept "the first supposition of
totalitarianism that words
mean whatever those in control
want them to mean ... that
separate is equal, that slavery is
freedom, that the purposes of
history require mass murder and
genocide."
Elie Wiesel, too, warned that
anti-Semitism is on the rise. Ad^
dressing the banquet session of
the Hadassah convention, where
he was presented with 1985
Henrietta Szold Award for
distinguished humanitarian ser-
vices, he said that "anti-Semitism
thrives and is spreading in
Western democracies as well as in
the Commui rid, an I
ming increasingly violent.
He also cite
_ following his outspoken
criticism of President Reagan's
trip to a cemetery in Bitburg, Ger-
many where Waffen SS soldiers
are buried earlier this summer
as evidence, that people are
becoming more secure in their
hatred towards Jews.
FOLLOWING THE Bitburg in-
cident, Wiesel said he received
numerous letters filled with hate
and threats, which the author
described as not unusual. What is
unusual, he added, is that "for the
first time their letters were signed
names and addresses."
"Anti-Semitism is on the rise in
our country as well," Wiesel said.
He noted that recent polls indicate
that Israel is losing ground in
American public opinion. Tradi-
tional left-wing supporters of
Israel dislike the country's at-
tempts at becoming a stronger
and more secure nation, he
observed, and added that ex-
tremists of both the left and the
right have established a rare com-
mon ground in their opposition to
Israel.
"Our own government," said
Wiesel, "has threatened Israel
with economic reprisals for its
position Israel is the only na-
tion in the world which is
threatened militarily by her
enemies and politically by her
friends."
THE HENRIETTA Szold
Award is named for Hadassah's
founder and is presented annually
to an individual or individuals
whose lives and works reflect
humanitarian values. Wfc
tented with *ard by
Freida Lewis, Immediate
ident of Hadassah and cur-
national chairman
Hadassah Medical Oriranizati.
'
Ted P. Wittner
Irwin H. Miller
A New Year-
A New Beginning
JUDITH O. ROSENKRANZ
President
Tampa Jewish Federation
What will the new year bring?
We do not know. Not one of us
know that which we will face in
this coming year.
Yet, we look at the new year
with hope and faith, not only in-
dividually but collectively as a
united Jewish community.
We approach 5746 hoping this
will be the year we will be blessed
with peace for Israel, for all the
world. We wonder if this is the
year we will see the elimination of
hunger in the world.
Will we learn this year of
treatments and cures for many of
our dreaded diseases? Will we
have a lessening of the threat of
nuclear destruction.
Will this year see Soviet Jews
able to leave the Soviet Union?
Will Jews in the Soviet Union be
able to live as Jews without fear.
What will be the mark of 5746 at
home and abroad?
Will this be the year for the in-
volvement of more people into the
"local Jewish community?
Will the Jewish community this
year be able to reach more people
in ways both big and small? Will
this be the year the Tampa Jewish
Sao Paulo
Leader Named
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) -
Business executive Bruno Levi of
Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been
elected chairman of the Latin
American section of the Interna-
tional Council of B'nai B'rith. He
succeeds Dr. Isaac Frenkel, an at-
torney from Santiago, Chile.
Levi, who was born in Trieste,
Italy, in 1924, has lived in Brazil
e 1939. A member of B'nai
B'rith since 1968, Levi is presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith District 'IT,
iRrazilt, president of the Regional
Council of Sao Paulo and vice
B'rith's
gional Council.
community's agencies develop to
serve the population in better
ways?
When 5745 began, no one knew
it would see the migration of over
10,000 Ethiopian Jews to the land
of Israel aided by world Jewry's
response to their plight.
We don't know what lies ahead
but we know our prayerbook
phrase rings true: "Pray as if
everything depended on G-d; act
as if everything depended on
you."
Together, we will continue to
strive to do so many things .
not one of which would be possible
were we acting alone. **
Together we will build a strong
Jewish community in 5746.
Together we will help to bring
about Shalom.
To each of you and your
families, we wish a healthy, happy
new year.
L'Shana Tova.


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Page 2 Tbe Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, September 6.
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To jtmi kealth. Got. Bob Grakaa has appointed Dr. Peter J.
LeTia, dean of the Cotiesje of Public Health a: USF. t<.
Florida Hospital Coat Containment Board. The Board adv.ses
state decision makers on policies about health care costs.
LeTia is the founding dean of Florida's only College of Pubbc
Health. He has a strong background in the health field, having
studied and worked in New York. California and Oklahoma.
His undergraduate iegree is from Harvard; he has a master's
in pubbc health from Yale University and a doctorate of
science from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Pubbc
Health.
Masai to* to a very sasT stark. Alicia Reaee Jeakiaa was
born August 6 weighing 6 pounds, IS oounces to Stephen aad
Taua Jeakiaa. Alicia's very proud grandparents are Morris
aad Baaam Jeakiaa of Tampa and Harry and Jean Kraft of
St. Petersburg. Great-grandmother i Ethel Florence. St.
Petersburg, and her big brother :s Daaiel. age 5.
Morris and Rhoda now have four grandchildren, including Glen
aad Esther's children. HatHa. 11 and Daa. 5 in Houston. They
visited them in Jury and eared for the grandkids while Glen and
Esther spent a week in San Francisco.
Darren Jaaaes Treat arrived August 21 urnighing 7 pounds, 10
ounces, joining the Wendy aad Tost Treat household His big
sisters are Hillary, age 5 and Ashley, age 2 and a half. His
grandmothers are Helen Bshbina of Miami and Hilda Treat
oi Sarasota.
Shayaa Marlee was born Jury 24 to Sheila aad Saad?
i. weighing 6 pounds. 13 ounces. Welcoming her was
Bervi. age 5 and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
a* Philadelphia and Sun City and Mr. aad Mrs. Ar-
J. Bogaa of Scottadale. AZ Her great-grandma.
Dorothy Bogaa. lives m New Jersey
Beajaaaia Stephen Fierateia was bom to Tampa newcomers
Patricia aad Carl Fierstein _m August 12. weighing 8 pounds.
Vk ounces His grandparents are Blanche aad Jack Fiers-
tein. of Tarr.pa and ETelyn aad Jack Dana ;: Wasr re -
DC Gr*at irar.'-r-..ther a Selsaa Berger A Tampa. The
F:ersteins recently moved to Odessa after spending a year
- cfa. Switzerland where they both studied Jungian analysis.
Mazol toT aad welcoaae to tob all!
Masic maestro. Paal Goldeaateia. naiaviin extraordinaire
recer.tiy was honored by Loveiand School on the ofraainn of
their 25th anniversary. Mr. GoidensteiE organized the schooi.
served as their first president, and was instrumental in em-
phasizing the use of musk and rhythmical exercises as therapy
for mentally disabled children arid adults. Primarily a conduc-
tor, he can play any string or wind instrument, which came in
handy when he helped create the Westcoast Symphony
(formerly the Venice Croc Orchestral. Now. at 81 years young,
he volunteers (whenever poanblet at the VA Hospital to teach
his special combination of music and physical therapy. He also
is a substitute teacher for the Hillahorough Board of Educa-
tion, so. speaking a half dozen or so languages cornea in handy.
too. All in ail. we think Mr. Paul Goldenstein ii a very handy
tat. to have around.
Meet the Minkiaa. Six years ago. the Yury Minkm family.
which included Yury. Vera and daughter Irian, were granted
permission to leave Leningrad. USSR Uncertain where they
were headed, they took their allowable four placrnettingt of
china, put on extra clothing and said goo-dbye to all their
family. After being thoroughly searched Irina's
l sandwich was owtfiarsted they were allowed to leave.
For thre months the extremely talented jeweler-artiaan Yury
and his marvelous pianist wife Vera and 12-year-old Irina
waited in Roma for their official U.S. visa papers. And while
waiting they befriended another young Russian famuy who
told them they were going to Baltimore. New York? Boston?
Los Angeles? The Minion's decided to travel to Baltimore too.
And that was obviously the right choice. Can you imagine their
surprise and delight upon meeting their Associated Chanties
social worker. Sandra Miaaia. daughter of Lees sad Phyllis
Miakia? Could she be family, they wondered* Did she really
see a resemblance hke she said? Does Leon really look like
Yury s father* At any rate, Sandy took them under her wing
and hasped them settle into Baltimore, aaastsnaT them to find
i jobs, shopping, school, etc
Soon the Russian Minkins had met aC of Sandra's kin and had
become family in every sense of the word. When Marshall aad
Honey Miakia moved to Detroit, so did Yury and famsry
Three years later whan Marshall and Honey moved to !~
Yury sold his jewelry store and his new home and Vera i
her own very exclusive manicure hi mine as sad they said good-
bye to the cold weather, too. Not long after. Sandra and her
husband Dr. Barry Bern moved to Tampa, too. to be doaer to
the family.
een two months now. and Yury's famuy is hegmasng to
comfortable here. He is working at Avant Gold
and Vera is presently associated with : GaBery. N
teen and a half year-old Irina has just started at HCC They are
piling to buy a home in the Carroihrood area, and are look-
ing forward to spending their first winter in Florida. And
while we know they mass their family in the Soviet Umoa very.
Contained on Page 6-
1985 High Holidays 5746
The
pleased to.
services for the
1*5-5746. AB
High
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of
Holidays
has been
presented by the admdual eongrega
bon. Persons 11 lining additional infor-
Bation should contact the congrega-
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CONGREGATION
IOL AMI
19 Jaaraa Read K2-6U8
Sehchot Sernces Saturday. Sept.
7. 10-JO pjn.
Roch Hashanah Sunday. Sept. 15.
7:30 p.aL. Monday. Sept. 16. 9 am.
Maca/Taechch (Services will be held
at I if IiiSi hone) 7 p.m.. Tuesday.
Sept. 17. 9 am.
Shabbat Shurah Friday. Sept. 20,
6 p-m.: Saturday. Sept 21. 9:30 am.
Yom Kippur Tuesday. Sept 24 7
p.m.: Wednesday. Sept 25. 9 am.;
Miaea. 5:45 p.m; Neilah. 6:15 p.m.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
2713 Bareaerc BN. S37-19U
Sebeboc Sernoes Saturday. Sept.
7 HavdaUah. 9:15 pjn.: Progran-.
and Reception. 9:30 pjn.; Service.
1130 pja.
Roan Hashanah Sunday. Sept 15.
8 pjn.: Monday. Sept 16. 9:30 a.m.
Junior Congregation. 11 am. Tasfahefa
fottowinf Senrice. Tuesday. Sept 17.
9:30 am.. Junior Congregation. 11
am
Shabhat Shavah Friday. Sept 20.
8 p.m. Saturday Sept 21. 10 am.
Cemetery Service Sunday. Sept
22 Mvrtte Hill Cemetery. 10:45
aav Beth Israel Cemetery. 11.30
a-m. Rodeph Sholom Cemetery. 12
noon.
Yom Kippur Tuesday. Sept 24-7
pjn.. Wednesday. Sept 25. 10 am;
Junior Congreganon. 1130 am.;
Torah Service. 11:15 am: Sermon.
p Musaf Service. 12:45 p.m:
Martyrology. 2:30 p.m: Yakor. 2:45
pa; Diacosaoa. 5 p.m.: Minca. 5:45
p.m.: Neuab, 6:45 p.m.. Havdaiah. 7-45
p m.. Shoiar. 7 50 pjn.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
3303 Swaaw iasssss 876-2377
Seacooc Servce Saturday. Sept.
" Raw:, s Recepooo. 9p Bat
SjBS, 10 pja.
Rose Hashanah Sunday. Sept 15.
6:15 pjn. and 830 p.m.: Monday.
Sept 16. 9 am. and 1130 ana;
CoaUren s Service. 2 pjn.
Cemetery Vmtaooc Sunday.
Sept 22 Myrtle Hill Cemetery. 1
pa ; WoodiawB Cemetery. 2 |
Yom Kippor Tuesday Sept 1;
615 pjn. and 8:30 pjn.. Wednesday.
Sept 25. 9 am and 11:15 ani.:
Children $ Service. 1:30 pjn.. ScfaZF
TY Creative Service. 5L30 pjn.; After-
neon Service. 3:30 pjn.. Memorial and
Coochaang Service. 5 p.m.: Break-the-
Fsat, 6:15 pjn.
Roah Hashanah Sunday. Sept 15.
7:15 pjn.
Monday. Sept 16 Opening Ser-
vice. 830 am; Shathiith. 9 am..
Torah Rearing. 10 am ; Sermon. 11
aav; Shoiar Service. 1130 am..
Musaf. 11.56 aav
Tuesday. Sept 17 Time Schedule
Same as Monday
Shabbat Shurah Saturday. Sept.
21. 9 am.
Yom Kippur Tuesday, Sept 24,
Kol Nidre Services. 6:45 p.m.;
Wednesday. Sept. 25. Opening Ser-
vice. 8:30 am; Sbachnth. 9:10 am.;
Torah Reading. 10:15 am. Sermon.
11:20 am., Yukor Memorial Service.
12:05 p.m ; Musaf. 12:45 p.m ; Mlncha
5:15 p.m.; Neilah Closmg Service. 6:10
p.m.. Maanv and Sbofar at Dusk.
The Yom Kippur Musaf will continue
all afternoon including the Priestly
Avodah. The Recitation of the Mar
tyrology along with various medita-
tions and responsive readinga
Following conclusion of the Shofar
and Maanv Service. Sisterhood will
host the Break The-Fast Reception.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
SOU Patricia Ceart No. 172
mm
Roah Hashanah Sunday. Sept 16,
730 pjn.; Monday. Sept 16. 10 am;
Tuesday. Sept 17. 10 am
Yom Kippur Tuesday Sew o.
646 pjn.; Wednesday. &pt %
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Roah Hashanah Sunday, Sect H
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Isles
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Sebchot Service Sunday Sent 7
Roah Hashanah Sunday Seot
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Shofar. 12 noon; Taahhch. 6 p m andit
pjn.;TueadV.Septl7.10Pa.m 8
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Shalom Newcomers Network Helps People Connect
Fnjay^September 6. 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
When a Kansas City family
I recently learned that it was mov-
ing to Charleston, S.C., it sought
I the help of the Kansas City Jewish
I Community Center in contacting
I Charleston-area Jewish groups
[prior to the move.
The family, according to Sandy
[Czarlinskv, marketing director
for the JCC, was the first in Kan-
|a.s City to avail itself of a new
Icoast-tn-'oast Shalom Newcomers
ISetwork program set up by JWB
and its affiliated JCCs and YM-
lYWHAs to help Jewish in-
[dividuais and families who are
I moving to a new community to
Iput down new Jewish roots.
Shalom Newcomers Network,
laeeording to its North American
Inairman. Joseph Kruger, of
[South Orange. N.J., "recognizes
[the neei to deal more effectively
(with the disconnectedness
I resulting from the high rate of
|.Iewish mobility. The Network
deal? directly with reconnecting
I newcomers with their new Jewish
Icommunities.
"The concept is that the project
be a community-based undertak-
ling, sparked by the Jewish Com-
Imunity Center, in close coopera-
tion with the Jewish Federation,
[local synagogues and other com-
Imunal organizations, thus con-
tributing to the well-being of Jews
Imoving from community to
|community."
The concept has caught on.
Uose to 200 JCCs have sent in
Community Data Sheets, and
JWB has put these in a binder for
the information and use of JCC
professionals in charge of local
Shalom Newcomers Network
project.
The Community Data Sheets
provide information about com-
munities across the U.S. and
Canada such as the total popula-
tion and Jewish population of each
community; services and pro-
grams offered by the JCC or Y:
Center membership policy; other
organizations and synagogues in
the community; kosher butchers
and/or restaurants; Jewish Home
for the Aged, and other
information.
Cindy Chazan, JWB special pro-
jects associate who is staffing the
Network nationally, said that
most Centers have activated their
networks, many in cooperation
with their local Federations, and
are continually communicating
with other Centers in helping peo-
ple and families make their new
connections. Among activities are
welcome fairs, reunion programs,
"buddy" arrangements for
newcomers according to age
group, and the like.
Individuals and families are
learning about the Shalom
Newcomers Network project
through newspaper stories,
friends and word of mouth. An
elderly couple who recently lived
in Phoenix wanted to move to
Federation's Young Adult
Division Begins '85-'86 Season
The Tuesday, Aug. 20 meeting
of the meeting of the Tampa
Jewish Federation's Young Adult
livision (YAD) generated two
najor vents to kick off its new
eason.
The first event, planned for
Sunday. Sept. 29, is guaranteed to
provide interest, laughter and ex-
citement for all attending.
YAD's President, Andy Titen
e ('resident, Dede Jacobs
tl e rroup ; efforts
award rearing a dynamic en-
Hronmeni for the people who
comprise YAD.
All indicators from the Aug. 20
meeting show that the Sept. 29
event and the second event, in-
volving YAD in the December 8th
Soviet Jewry March, will help
create this dynamic environment
for the YAD group. More events
are to be scheduled for 1986.
We welcome your input and sup-
port of YAD. Become a member
by calling the Tampa Jewish
Federation office at X75-1K18.
With Tampa s support, tins /ear
promises to tie YAD' best.
Lakewood, N.J. They needed help
in finding housing.
They read the JWB story about
riie project in the Jewish Daily
Forward and contacted Kruger
who tried to help them. As there is
no Jewish Community Center in
Lakewood, JWB contacted the
Federation executive director in
Lakewood, who called a number
of volunteers to help the couple
find an apartment and connect
with their new community.
A woman who now lives in New
York City called JWB to say that
she and her family are moving to
Durham, N.C., and want informa-
tion about Centers nearby and
other Jewish places. Another
woman is moving from New York
to Bethesda, MD. and wants infor-
mation about the Jewish com-
munity and how she can join the
Greater Washington JCC. These
are only a few examples of re-
quests JWB gets regarding the
project.
To help local JCCs and com-
munities with their Shalom
Newcomer projects, JWB sends
out not only Community Data
Sheet Binders but also manuals,
posters, brochures, whole Shalom
Newcomers Network kits and
other materials, and provides con-
tinuing consultation to Centers
across North America.
JWB is the leadership network
of and central service agency for
275 Jewish Community Centers,
YM-YWHAs and camps in the
U.S. and Canada serving more
than one million Jews.
It serves the North American
Jewish community in informal
Jewish education and Jewish
culture through the JWB Lecture
Bureau, Jewish Media Ser-
vice/JWB, JWB Jewish Book
Council, JWB Jewish Music Coun-
cil and projects related to Israel.
At the same time, JWB is the
U.S. government-accredited
agency for the religious, Jewish
educational and recreational
needs of Jewish military person-
nel, their families and patients in
VA hospitals.
JWB is supported by Federa-
tions, the I'JA-Federation Cam-
paign of Greater New York,
Jewish Community Centers and
Y M Y W HAs a n d JWB
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coatreaaeatiy forget rhar
la total laraei s per -aprta debt
a the hagheat x the work! Tbe
*-ghwg prospect af repaying
area tbe
tbe externa.
area* waaea eaaaad laraei to go
bBjD debt bare aot changed.
la tbe pact tea years. Israel's
economy was dealt tbree ami
aw-n. Pirat. tbe coat of i
sharper lai-naai
reton of tbe Saaai at a remit af
tbe<
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500 ananas at 1*4 About as
months after tbe ssgmng of tbe
I toad Pram
atameaa
tbe hsatory of
ry was iuiafj
it we toic taec
*j- to men-*, worree m
tbe OJft fare ap tbe Phmppasea.
ufanad to give ap Peart Rxo.
i-foraia, Ansoaa or New
At the tane tbe Accocaa were
sigaed tkere were otber
One ton* Laraei to gr*e
:od wefts aad the US
against aa eaoraoos Arab
bnBiBj Baanana1 ry a. woLir*
and ae Sc*net Uaasn. In sal baa
:y
penod. The foor rgeai
of arms a the worid today are
Arab naariiii Libya. Syna.
Sea* Arab*. Iraq.
la 1981. I asked the
Undersecretary of State for
Secenty Assistance. James
BockJey. what aanoct the prori-
the AWACS to tbe Arab countries
woasd hare oc laraei Tbe offiea.
of the gn uremia* waa
threat eoaad be met
-in ofaddtomal
P-lfa, P-lea or other mixes that
the Israeli anntary may bebere to
oe : i >saanr or dcauabk. I told
the
Oar arms asses pocky will only
pat 1st ad farther and farther into
debt aad wtE engage Israel in a
eaofnssaa oi mankh. aD tbe Arabs
bare as do at to parehase more
wal not be abie to keep up
This at the moat severe of the
blows wham bare been dealt to tbe
Israec ccoaaaaj orer the past ten
years. Gradually. Israel has mor-
tgaged cuntroi o^r the economy
to as creditors, the largest, the
of America. The
of principal to be paid at
high interest rates for a pro-
tracted period obviously will
dermirw Israel's abthty to deal
with its current
I bare a very simple proposal
which I've liisniasfrl with several
of my colleagues. The interest
rates" m Israel's loan portfolio
range from 11 to 15 percent. aD
prone rates with s weighted
average of 12 percent My pro-
posal would reduce this 12 percent
to five. We have accorded this
treatment to other countries
where the economic conditions
were such that repayment would
be difficult. This amendment
would not forgive Israel its debt.
Israei would continue to repay the
interest, but at five percent,
reducing the interest charges orer
the bfe of the existing portfolio by
*.- BBSa, 417 rr.illK-r. That would
make a significant impact on the
economy of this little state which
would be strengthened in its abili-
ty to handle both emergency and
long-term economic concerns.
Just cutting interest rates to five
percent would cut Israels spen-
ding on debt service in half. In
turn, this would reduce the need
to borrow to finance debt and in-
crease the availability of funds for
defense and other essential
And. more important, the peo-
ple of Israel would be strengthen-
ed in their conviction that the
United States supports them and
recognizes their very real
sacrifices for peace in the Middle
East We have been sending
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garbled, conflicting meu
o*er the years. For example, oj
President, Secretary of State A
memheis of Congress would stjl
"We stand by Israel; we will >l
fend Israel to the last man IsrJ
is important; it is the 3
democracy." Then we sell t
AWACS. the enhanced F-15t,
It's time we sent a strong, clear I
unhampered message that vt|
stand by Israel and I think, bytbal
proposal to cut the interest nte.1
that mrasagt would be sent
One of my colleagues called njl
propoaal "an extraordinary ul
unprecedented step Butwhattj
for comparison, we put the Isn
appropriations under the Def e_
Department. We give $129 MJJ
to NATO compared to S3 bOhoosI
IaraeL What do we get
NATO and what do we get _
Israel? When Israel gave ut 1
secret on bow to knock out
Rnssisn SAM missile sites. _,
made op for more than U bilbo]
When the Israelis captured t\
maments enough to supply
PLO armies, that set back
Soviets for many years.
meant something to us. We'n
been getting our money's m
from the standpoint of
triWgnw informauon from
Mosaad. versus intelligence infa
maaon from NATO. There's
Yea. my proposal does set 1]
precedent that the Untdl
States wiB not place an unsuppor- j
table burden on s country which i
a democracy, which observes 1
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Torah Message For The New Year
Friday, September 6, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 5
By RABBI
YOSSIE DUBROWSKI
With the approach of Rosh
Hashana, and the introspection
that it calls forth, both in terms of
one's own world and relation to
the world at large, a good starting
point would be some reflection on
the physical organism, "the world
in miniature" (microcosm).
In the human organism there
are common functions, in which
all organs of the body participate
in a common effort; and there are
specific individual functions per-
taining to individual organs.
What would happen when a par-
ticular organ surrenders its in-
dividuality and particular func-
tion, applying its energy solely
towards the common functions?
At first glance it would seem to
benefit thereby in saving much ef-
fort and in the ability to increase
its share in the fulfillment of the
common functions of the body,
together with the rest of the
organs. Yet needless to say, the
results would be disastrous both
for the individual organ and for
the organism as a whole. For the
individual would lose identity and
essence which are predicated
precisely on its ability to perform
a particular function. Failure to
exercise this particular function
would, moreover, lead to its
atrophy and, eventually, complete
uselessness also in the fulfillment
of the common functions.
As for the organism as a whole,
its deprivation of the particular
function and the eventual loss of
the limb, would be injurious to the
whole body, and even fatal if
the organ in question is a vital
one.
The Jewish people, of whom it
has been said long ago "for you
are the fewest of'all people" (Deut
7:7), is a small minority among the
nations of the world, and the in-
dividual Jew is a minority in his
environment; even living in the
midst of his own people, there are
places, sad to say, where the Jew
living Jewishly, i.e. in accord with
our holv Torah and the obser-
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vance of its precepts in his daily
life, is in the minority.
What is the specific function of
our people, and of the Jew as an
individual?
It is, of course, easier to ascer-
tain the individual function of any
particular organ in the body than
the function of a people in the
community of nations. However,
in the case of the Jewish people!
which is unique in its extremely
varied experiences and long
history, the answer is not difficult
to find.
An objective, unprejudiced
survey of the long history of our
people will at once bring to light
the fact that it was not material
wealth, nor physical strength,
that helped us to survive. Even
during the most prosperous times
under the united monarchy of
King Solomon, the Jewish people
and state were materially in-
significant by comparison with
such contemporary world empires
as Egypt, Assyria, and Babylonia.
That it was not statehood or
homeland is clear from the fact
most of the time, by far, our peo-
ple possessed no independent
state and has lived in the diaspora.
That it was not the language, is
likewise clear from the fact that
even in Biblical times Aramaic
began to supplant the Holy
Tongue as the spoken language;
parts of the Scripture and almost
all of our Babylonian Talmud, the
Zohar, etc., are written in that
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The one and only common fac-
tor which has been present with
Jews throughout the ages, in all
lands, and under all cir-
cumstances, is the Torah and
Mitzvoth, which Jews have
observed tenaciously in their daily
life.
Considered without prejudice,
the Torah and Mitzvoth must be
recognized as the essential thing
and essential function of our peo-
ple, whether for the individual
Jew, or in relation of the Jewish
people to humanity as a whole.
Hence the logical conclusion:
The policy of imitating the other
nations, far from helping preserve
the Jewish people, rather en-
dangers its very existence, and in-
stead of gaining their favor will
only intensify their antagonism.
In like manner, those Jews who
court the favor of the non-
religious groups by concessions
and compromise in matters of
Torah and Mitzvoth, not only
undermine their own existence
and that of our people as a whole
for the Torah and Mitzvoth are
our very life but they defeat
even their immediate aim, for
such a policy can evoke only deri-
sion and contempt; and justifiably
so, for a minor concession today,
leads to a major one tomorrow,
and an evasion of duty towards
G-d leads to an evasion of duty
towards man, and who is to say
where this downsliding is to stop?
At this time, standing as we are
on the threshold of the New Year,
a time propitious for earnest in-
trospection and stocktaking, I
earnestly hope that Jews
everywhere, both as individuals
and as groups (and the larger the
group, the greater its poten-
tialities and responsibilities), will
recognize the Reality and Truth.
With prayerful wishes for a
Kesivo vachasimo Tovo, for a
good and pleasant year, 'good' as
defined by our Torah, which is tru-
ly good, both materially and
spiritually.
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A Way To Grow
"I thank you both, mom and
dad, for giving me a chance to
grow and learn in the land that
has been ours for over 4,000
years," wrote Rodney Davis, son
of Shirley and Larry Davis, while
on the Alexander Muss High
School in Israel program.
Rodney committed himself to
eight weeks of growth and intense
learning from June 24 until
August 14. This academic
perspective, beginning with the
Biblical Period and continuing to
modern day, uses the rich
historical and cultural sites of
Israel as its classroom.
With Rodney's permission the
Jewish Floridian has excerpted
parts of a letter which he wrote
sharing his feelings and thoughts
with you: ". but the most im-
portant thing I learned was about
our great religion. I understand
now, when dad tells me to hang
out with Jewish teens, why he
asks that, but now I understand
why I will obey. There is so much
Jewish history to be proud of, and
to never be forgotten, and I was
lucky enough to come to our coun-
try to learn it."
"I'm not going to become a Rab-
bi or a Hebrew scholar, and I
might never move to Israel, but I
will always remember what it
An Answer
For Israel
Continued from Page 4
defends human ngftts and which
shares our fundamental values.
That is the precedent we will set.
Along the arc of instability
which stretches from Pakistan,
through Iran, down to the Middle
East and through the Horn of
Africa, there is only one country
which practices daily our own
democratic principles. In the Mid-
dle East, fertile ground for tyran-
ny and terrorism, Israel has been
a constant defender of democracy
and that is defending us.
If we want stability in the Mid-
dle East, we must make certain
that Israel remains an indepen-
dent democratic nation not
burdened with the debt we have
been imposing.
Rodney Davis (left) shares highlights of the high school in Israel
program with Jonathan Pear.
means to be Jewish, and that I
have a duty to our religion, to
make sure that we don't die out,
and that we expand."
"I have learned too much to
keep quiet and to stay quiet is to
be ignorant. I love my family very
much, but we must not forget who
and what we are. I have the most
respect for you, and I love you
more than you think, but together
we must get more active in the
community. We must show
everyone that it is a privilege to be
Jewish, not a burden, and that we
take the responsibility of the
Jewish religion."
Rodney is a more mature, self-
disciplined, self-confident person
since experiencing the academic,
emotional, and spiritual growth
enhanced by his participation in
this high school in Israel.
On Sept. 2, Jonathan Pear, son
of Marty and Beverly Pear, left
for the Fall "quin" in Israel.
There will be a parlor meeting
for prospective students, juniors
and seniors in high school, at the
home of Anita Saphier, Tuesday,
Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. For further in-
formation please call Nina
Sinsley, 876-1618.
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Friday, September 6, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 9
;JF Plans Invitational Workshop On 'The Jewish Poor and Near Poor'
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions will hold a special invita-
tional workshop on "The Jewish
Poor and Near Poor" on Friday,
Sept 6, in New York City, to coin-
cide with CJF's Fall Quarterly
meeting.
The purpose of the workshop is
three-fold:
(1) to identify the long-range im-
plications of economic problems in
the Jewish community, particular-
ly the problems of the "near
poor";
(2) to plan appropriate pro-
grams on this subject for the CJF
General Assembly, to be held Nov.
13-17 in Washington, D.C.; and
(3) to strengthen the network of
Federations and agencies involv-
ed in the planning, funding and
delivery of services to economical-
ly distressed Jews.
The meeting will be co-chaired
by James M. August of Detroit
and Richard L. Wexler of
Chicago, Co-chairmen of the CJF
Task Force on Unemployed, Poor
and Homeless Jews.
Representatives from 12 major
communities will attend the
workshop and share the ex-
periences they have had in their
communities. Participants from
Chicago, Philadelphia, New York
and Pittsburgh will make presen-
tations focusing on the programs
or services they have offered that
have been the most and the least
successful.
Issues to be discussed include
the problem of community
denial" or resistance, the
responsibility of government ver-
1 a' of the Jewish community
and the roles of Federations,
agencies and synagogues in ad-
dressing the situation of the
Jewish poor and "near poor."
The results of the workshop will
be shared with the Jewish com-
munity at large through pro-
grams, exhibits and resolutions to
be presented at the General
Assembly.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions is the national association of
200 Jewish Federations, the cen-
tral community organizations
which serve nearly 800 localities
embracing a Jewish population of
more than 5.T million in the U.S.
and Canada.
Established in 1932, CJF helps
strengthen the work and the im-
pact of Jewish Federations by
developing programs to meet
changing needs, providing an ex-
change of successful community
experiences, establishing
guidelines for fund raising and
operations and engaging in joint
planning and action on common
purposes dealing with local,
regional and international needs.

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Ask Your Congressman
NO MORE
TRADE WARS
Dear Congressman Gibbons:
I am familiar with your posi-
tion on world trade as a free
trader. In light of the enormous
trade deficits we have with Japan
and Canada and the overwhelming
sentiment in Congress for protec-
tionist legislation, don't you final-
ly agree that free trading is an
ideology that is detrimental to our
American manufacturers*
F.S.
Dear F.S.:
last year, I successfully spon-
sored the Trade and Tariff Act of
1984, which contains significant
free trade legislation. When we
were signing it in a White House
ceremony, the President handed
me a pen and called it "the
greatest piece of trade legislation
in 10 years."
I am proud to have advanced the
cause of free trade in the world. I
acknowledge that there are still
some problems in the marketplace
that just being free traders
ourselves won't fix. However, I
don't believe that closing our
markets is the right response to
these problems.
I particularly hope to see some
changes in the area of subsidies.
We have traditionally defined a.
subsidy as a "bounty" or "grant"
given in the process of manufac-
turing or growing a product and
pricing it in the world. Over time,
through a series of administrative
decisions, our government has
painted itself into a corner with a
narrow interpretation of "boun-
ty" or "grant," so that we cannot
impose counterveiling duties in
many appropriate situations.
Another unfair trade practice
facing U.S. exporters stems from
the General Agreement on Tariffs
and Trade (GATT) rules left as a
legacy of World War II. To help
rebuild the export sector of Japan
and Europe, we not only
deliberately overvalued the dollar
at the Bretton Woods agreement;
we gave them tax advantages as
well. We said that if they normally
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tax to it. But if we sent our nJ
duct to them, they could keeiS
tax on the item, and addi|
value added tax or sales tax ^7
These mismatched GATT u '
rules have been with us for^l,
years Sow. and we should rij
for concessions in these areas I
Another inherent problem .to- i
day s high dollar and it can't Z
blamed on anybody but ourselvei
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towards protectionism misses hi
target. The swing should 3
toward getting the deficit do*,
interest rates down, and thedofcr
down in that order.
Although some of my conjfr'i
tuents may disagree with mti
arguments, overall they agree.!
There is an export sector in Tarn-'
pa and on a tonnage basis Tampa I
is one of the largest ports in the
U.S. In general, Tampa voters set
that free trade can be good for the!
economy.
But my interest in U.S. exports
goes beyond a concern for my con- ,
stituency.I believe it is important
for the nation. The way to peo-
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Friday, September 6, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 11
Analysis: Ways to Unite American Jewry
they regard local Jewiah educa- Jewish community's future and
tion and social welfare needs as the financial subsidies given by
IL comPe,,IfW ^an Israel's the federations today to Jewish
needs- education and Jewish
The second group tends to be cultural/Mcial activity. They bit-
younger. They are the local ter|y re8ent being asked to "pick
equivalent of national level isola- up ^e ***>" for **** children of
tionista in that their attention and familie8 whose life styles suggest
concern are focused primarily on tnat t.neJr have money for
their home community. All Jews e.verything else but the respon
in every generation are admonish- Abilities of Jewish peoplehood.
ed to regard themselves as having The younger parents, on the
been slaves in the land of Egypt, other hand, say Diaspora corn-
but this group seems not to be munities, with creative and com-
Ice of Te Past 1,900 b|e .^ ^e the next step and to petent educational, cultural and
Xy know whaTlife 'was ~ IJ^SiS? J ^ ^ V"**' ^ "
UEN ZION LEUCHTER
f WNS-Seven Arta
jowly and tragically, the fabric
he American Jewish communi-
painstakingly woven over
Ly decades, is now being torn
by two groups of well-
men and women in our
be first, in their love and con-
fer Israel, are superna-
Jists. Most were born before
Their memory cells are
of thought in between must all
listen carefully to one another.
Perhaps what we hear will enable
us to formulate strategies that
will reverse the community's pre-
sent course of self-destruction and
head us toward the strength and
self-respect we want not just
for our children and grand-
children but for ourselves as
well.
when there was no Jewish
Israel has given them,
bly, a new sense of pride,
they have responded to
needs emotionally and
jicially. They want every
Bible dollar of what they con-
ute to the annual fundraising
kpaign to be sent to national
headquarters in New York
for transmission to Israel.
hough they accept in principle
[idea of an organized, function-
IJewish community, in general
there is not much of a bond bet-
ween them and Israel, the people
and/or the land. They object to the
large sums of money that are sent
overseas, and what they consider
unbalanced allocations is their ex-
cuse for minimal giving to the
local Jewish campaigns or for re-
jecting them entirely.
Becasue in most cases their sons
and daughters are adults now, the
"old timers" prefer not to see the
connection between the local
Hawkins to Receive
JNF 'Tree of Life Award'
IS. Sen. Paula Hawkins, R-
will be presented with the
National Fund's coveted
of Life" Award at a gala
er-Dance to be held on Satur-
Sept. 21, in the Grand
om of the Tampa Hyatt
[announcing the selection of
Hawkins for the JNF's
est award, Charlotte Jacob-
| president of the JNF, cited
Senator's continued and
fforts toward the preser-
?n and betterment of life for
nv
i fitting that the Jewish Na-
Fund, which has planted
1165 million trees in Israel...
mammoth systems of roads
|highways ... greened the
i into an agricultural miracle
onverted the barren hillsides
He Gali! into orchards and
.. has established a "Tree
le" award. For the tree
ents life itself.
award is given in recogni-
pf outstanding community in-
nent and support for Israel.
former recipients of the
[s "Tree of Life" award in-
President Gerald R. Ford,
"! Humphrey, the Rev. Mar-
Luther King, Bob Hope,
Bob Martinez, Senator Biii
ey, Judge Martin L. C.
an and Donald Trump.
|ner Chairmen of the Sept. 21
xonial dinner are John A.
Jr., Peavyhouse, Grant;
Karpay, Centex-Karpay;
fert Swarzman, Gulf Coast
Investors, Inc.; Stewart
Jack Eckerd Corp.
yor Boh Martinez of Tampa
Iserve as honorary dinner
nan.
1ROWARD
IAPER *
'ACKAGING
Sen. Paula Hawkins
tional pro
there is to be understanding of
and support for Israel a genera-
tion hence.
Each of the two groups, of
course, is partially right and par-
tially wrong. There is sufficient
affluence for us to meet our
responsibilities both locally and
abroad if we could stop pulling
apart and begin reweaving our
Jewish community fabric.
The first step is an end to
negativism. "Who shot John?"
isn't as important a question as
"How can we better understand
one another?"
The second step, unless
somebody can suggest something
better, is an outreach program.
Leaders of the federation
"establishment" will have to
make the effort to initiate private
meetings with those who have
been conspicuously uninvolved in
the Jewish community, in their
financial support and in their non-
attendance even at education and
cultural but non-fundraising
events.
The third step is for the latter to
be receptive to such outreach and
open themselves to honest discus-
sion of our people's problems and
needs, here and elsewhere in the
world.
Most of us are better talkers
than listeners. In this case, the
super-nationalists, the new isola-
tionists and those of varied shades
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Young Political Activists Prepare For Fall

WASHINGTON One-
hundred-and-20 of the most
politically sophisticated pro-Israel
student activists in the country
met recently at the University of
Maryland to exchange strategies
and discuss Middle East issues
with the experts.
Their forum was the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee's
two-day National Political Leader-
ship Training Seminar.
The activists came from a wide
range of campuses across the na-
tion. Some of the schools have
very small Jewish populations,
others have histories of anti-Israel
activity.
"The politics, atmospheres, and
demographics of their schools
vary, but the students are united
in their support for a strong
U.S.-Israel relationship," said
Jonathan Kessler, head of
AIPAC's Political Leadership
Development Program.
Leading discussions on effective
campus activism were Nathan
Siegel, who organized his Duke
University classmates into con-
gressional caucuses; Mark Rosen,
who led a response campaign to
anti-Israel propaganda at Yale;
and Michelle Katz, who directed a
lobbying campaign on the
U.S.-Israel Free Trade Agree-
ment from her University of
Alabama sorority.
Michael Rutland, a black pro-
Israel activist from Indiana
University, described his ex-
periences organizing blacks and
Jews to lobby for aid to Israel
'"There is nothing as exciting as
hearing from another activist how
an impact was made." said Gil
Fried of Palo Alto. Calif. "To be
an activist in the 80's is to be a
pioneer, utilizing approaches that
work, rejecting those that don't,
trying new approaches."
"The lessons of Yale apply to
Berkeley; those of Michigan apply
to Florida State." he continued.
AIPAC Executive Director
Thomas A. Dine, speaking on the
first day of the conference, told
the students, "You've proven you
can do it, but you must do more. I
know your potential, but you must
reach your potential in every bat-
tle. We need you."
JNF Offers
Toll Free
Number
The Jewish National Fund, with
its Regional office in Tampa, has
recently made available a Toll
Free 800 number to be utilized by
individuals who want to plant
trees through the organization.
According to Lawrence D.
Wasser, executive director, "The
toll free number was instituted in
order to make it more convenient
for individuals throughout the
state to order trees which will be
planted in Israel in honor of
friends and family during special
occasions or to be planted in
memory of a loved one. The JNF
felt it was very important that
anybody who wanted to plant a
tree could do so as easily as possi-
ble, and thus, the toll free
number."
Anyone who is interested in
planting trees or obtaining more
information about the JNF and its
work in Israel should call the
Regional office in Tampa by dial-
ing 1-800-242-4198 (tone) 8733
(for use with teuch tone
telephones only).
Workshops, led by experts such
as Bill Morton, former head of the
NAACP's youth division, and Win
Meiselman, president of the Com-
mittee for Accuracy in Middle
East Reporting, were designed to
increase the students' knowledge
of nuts and bolts organizing. The
sessions focused on campaign
politics, lobbying, and coalition
building.
Because the campaign to
discredit Israel is increasingly ac-
tive, this year's NPLTS also em-
phasized techniques to combat the
anti-Israel effort, with workshops
on "The Anti-Israel Lobby" and
"Propaganda Response
Techniques."
"We teach and we learn at the
same time," said Jeffrey Parness
of the University of Michigan,
who assisted in Rep. Paul Simon's
upset victory over Sen. Charles
Percy. "I teach what I've done, I
learn what everyone else has
done, and I'm learning from the
professionals."
"All the enthusiasm you absorb
makes you want to do more," he
continued.
Seven Canadian college
students were among those atten-
ding. "Each campus is an in-
cubator in which new approaches
are tried," said Marcel Weider of
Toronto. "As a result of attending
NPLTS two years ago, I brought
a new sophistication to my cam-
pus. I've come back to show what
we did and see how other students
have worked on their campuses."
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Best Wishes For The New Year
from
The Board of Directors And The Staff
of
The Tampa
Jewish Family Service
Weider convinced four of his
compatriots to attend their first
NPLTS. "We rented an
Oldsmobile in Toronto for 225
Canadian dollars," said Weider.
"It only took us nine hours to
drive."
Ten Christian students also at-
tended the weekend conference.
"I always felt I was on my own as
a Christian friend of Israel," said
Kathy Rappolt, a senior at the
University of the South
(Sewanee). "Now I see I'm part of
a community, that there are
resources available to me. I'm go-
ing back to campus with new ideas
of how to motivate my non-Jewish
friends."
While several of the workshops
were led by students, AIPAC pro-
fessionals also took their turn at
the podium many of whom were
actually exposed to pro-Israel ac-
tivism at previous AIPAC
seminars. Steve Silberfarb and
Douglas Freeman, who led discus-
sions on legislative issues, Rachel
Weinberg (lobbying), Brian
Abrahams and Seth Kaye (cam-
paign activism), and Barry
Spielman (the anti-Israel lobby),
all became involved in pro-Israel
activism after attending previous
National Political Leadership
Training Seminars.
"Today's students have
assimilated the lessons of their
predecessors," said Kessler.
"They know how the system
works, and they know how to
work within the Byst<
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OSI Attempts to Locate Polish Survivors ?!^L3s^^L3^wi^jemA Fiondian of T>mpa Page is
|The Justice Department's Of-
0f Special Investigations
SI) is responsible for in-
itigating and civilly prosecuting
a war criminals presently
iding illegally in the United
tes. In that regard, OSI is at-
pting to locate survivors of the
towns of Wischniowzik
(Wysniowczyk), Podhajce
(Podgaitsy) and Berezany in the
Tarnopol Region of Poland (now
the Ukraine) occupied by the
forces of Nazi Germany between
1941 and 1944, who may be able to
provide information regarding the
treatment of local citizens, in-
New Directions
t is difficult to recognize
force as an opportunity for per-
| growth. If you have recently
erienced a divorce or separa
[Ji, Northside Community Men-
' Health Center offers an eight
ek workshop, "New
ctions."
Che "New Directions"
workshop will begin Tuesday,
September 17 at 7 p.m. at the
First Church of God, 2203 E.
Busch Boulevard. The total fee is
$35 (sliding fee scale available).
Join us at "New Directions!"
To register, call Elaine Kellogg
at 971-0338 or 977-8700.
eluding Jews and other minorities
by the Nazi-sponsored Ukrainian
police in these cities as well as in
the Litiatyn Forest.
OSI would appreciate assistance
in locating survivors from these
areas. All replies may be address-
ed to Bruce W. Solow or Ms. Ron-
nie L. Edelman located at the Of-
fice of Special Investigations,
U.S. Department of Justice, 1377
K Street, N.W., Suite 195,
Washington, D.C. 20005. (202)
633-5043. Persons may write in
any language they choose.
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Happy New Year
Telephone: 253-3839

Lction AlertSoviet Jews
jHow can we show you tne
dy larynx of Anatoly Sharan-
after his hunger strike in
on? Is it possible to let you
rh Zakhar Zunshain's ribs
{ken in the Siberian Gulag? To
st lengths must we go to obtain
active support? We call on
Jews of the west, to stop
kwing over our despair .. .
your solidarity by your
Signed by 20 refuseniks,
December 1984
*Jow we have the oportunity to
^nslate out thoughts into deeds.
cent events more than merit
actions.
i the last 12 months, there has
en an unprecedented number of
ests and imprisonments of
net Jewish activists, with 3 ar-
and one sentencing in June
Ari (Leonid) Volvovsky, a
j-term refusenik leader, was
ested on June 25 and is being
I in a KGB prison in Gorky;
Evgeny Koifman, a Gabbai
chairman) in a small shul,
arrested on June 15 and
ged with "drug possession";
Roalil Zelichonok, a Hebrew
her from Leningrad, was ar-
* on June 11 for "defaming
I Soviet State";
Grigorv and Isai Goldshtein,
enik leaders from Tbilisi,
told to report to the KGB
ere they might be arrested.
is imperative that we protest
e arrests now. Please send
p, letters and calls to the
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ews
*>e residents at Menorah
p had a special dinner time
on Aug. 13 when Lillian
I. (^ne nd entertained on
accordion. The dinner hour
|'Wed with a delightful blend
fwisn music and old favorites!
jents thoroughly enjoyed this
r" dlnner time interlude.
h Activity Room was
,ormed into the image of an
i'oned '<* cream parlor for
or Day Celebration.
f additional information on
r Programs contact Renee
** Activity director, at
following officials and demand
that they stop the trials and ar-
rests of the above-mentioned
Jewish activists:
Alexander Rekunkov, Pro-
curator General of the USSR, 15a
Pushkinskaya Street Moscow,
103009, USSR, and Vitaly Fedor-
chuk, Minister of the Interior, 6
Ogareva Street, Moscow, 103009,
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Congregations/Organizations Events
HADASSAH
TAMPA CHAPTER
Opening Meeting
The Tampa Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its opening
meeting on Wednesday, Sept 18,
10 a.m.. in the library of the JCC.
Members and visitors are cordial
ly invited to attend. Coffee and
cake will be served.
The guest speaker, Sulha
Dubrowski, will lead us as we ex-
plore the origins of the Chabad-
Chasidic movement of Judaism,
and she will tell about their ex-
citing Jewish Education projects
throughout the world.
Sulha is the wife of Rabbi Yose
Dubrowski, and they are the
parents of two children. She is
from New York, and her father is
a Sephardic rabbi. Sulha has a
degree in Hebrew Studies.
Anyone needing a ride to the
meeting should call Freda Rosen-
baum at 879-3244. Items for the
November Rummage Sale may be
brought to the meeting.
BBG AND AZA
BBG and AZA cordially invite
all Jewish high school students
(9th-12th grades) to a "Picnic in
the Park" at Lithia Springs Park,
on Sept. 8. We will meet at the
JCC (Jewish Community Center)
at 12:30 p.m. and transportation
will be provided to the park and
back to the JCC. We will return at
approximately 7 p.m. after a fun-
filled day. There will be football,
swimming, a cookout and more!!!!
Come and see!!!!
RSVP to Deanna at 875-1042 or
Jeff at 258-2481. Cost will be $2
per person.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Celebrates Selichot
Dr. James Strange,
Gueat Speaker
As we usher in the High Holi-
day season we shall observe the
Selichot Penetential service on
Saturday evening, Sept. 7, 9:15
p.m. Dr. James Strange, Dean of
the College of Arts and Letters at
the University of South Florida,
will speak and show slides on his
recent expedition to ancient
synagogues. This should be a
fascinating and spellbinding talk,
you will not want to miss the even-
ing. Refreshments will be served
Happy Holidays
Mel Abrams, M.D.
EAR, NOSE and THROAT
DISEASES OF SINUS
13550 N. 31 Street
and
4620 N. Habana Avenue
971-3450
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CONGREGATION I
RODEPH SHOLO/H
2713 Bayshort Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33629 s
837-1911
TSXZ
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
Rabbi Kenneth R. Berger
Cantor William Hauben
Louis Morris, Chairman-of-the-board
Michael Leyine, President
Karen Patron. Principal
Ruby Sugar, Youth Director
Rhoda Givarz, Synagogue Administrator
Judith Dias, Executive Secretary
S
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Wish the Entire
Jewish Comthunity a Healthy, Happy &
Prosperous New Year
Newcomers i to our community who desire
High Holiday tickets call 837-1911. College
students and military will receive complimen-
tary tickets upon request.
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and will be followed by the
Selichot Service. Selichot is a time
for mood setting and soul sear-
ching in preparation for the High
Holy days, we look forward to see-
ing our members and guests here
that evening.
Sponsors Second Holiday
Appeal For Israel Bonds
We are again proud to an-
nounce that the Board of Direc-
tors of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom has agreed to join with
well over 1.100 congregations in
the United States to sponsor our
second appeal for Israel Bonds.
This will take place on the first
day of Rosh Hashanah. and will
enable our membership to vote
yes to Jewish survival by in-
vesting in Israel's future Indeed,
tzedakah is the most important
concept of these "Days of Awe.*'
and we hope that every one will
participate in this worthy cause.
Religious School To Resume
On Sunday morning. Sept. 8,
the Religious School classes of
pre-kindergarten-8th grade will
resume their classes. If you have
not registered your child, please
call Mrs. Patron at 837-1911
immediately.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
Continues To Grow
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion, the Jewish student center on
campuses world-wide, announces
continued growth in membership,
programs, and activity. As a
result of unsurpassed numbers of
students participating in the
social, religious, counseling, and
cultural programs, plans for the
construction of a permanent facili-
ty on the USF campus in Tampa
are well under way.
As has been the case in the past,
Hillel invites all Jewish students
of college age, whether currently
in school or not, to join them. To
be put on their mailing list, call
the office in Tampa, at 988-7076.
Hillel director and Rabbi Steven
Kaplan anticipates this year's pro-
gramming to bring more students
through the doors than ever.
From Bagel Brunches to dacquiri
parties, religious services to Jet
Ski parties. Hillel offers
something for the traditional and
non-traditional student alike. Join
them!
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Plans Opening Meeting
The Tampa Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
hold its opening meeting of the
year on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at
11:30 a.m. at the Bay Harbor Inn
(The Wharf) at 7700 Courtney
Campbell Causeway.
The Guest Speaker for the day
will be Steve Otto, columnist for
the Tampa Tribune.
The $10.50 cost will include
lunch.
Please RSVP to Sylvia Krone.
1219 E. Hanna, Tarm* *.
232-2091 or Rae SB S
Ladoga; Tampa 88806$L
Betty Cohen is President ,
Tampa Section. ntoft
Congregation
Schaarai Zedek
3033 Swann Avenue
876-2377
(Tampa's Reform Jewish Congregation)
extends best wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish community.
RABBI FRANK N. SUNDHEIM
RABBI JOAN GLAZER FARBER
DR. MARTIN ADELMAN
5746
CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
Wishes to extend to the entire
Jewish Community a
"L'Shanah Tovah Tikateivu."
May we all be inscribed in the "Book of Life"
for a healthy, good, and sweet year.
Best Wishes for "5746"
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.Membership Coffee*
Planned
Tampa Section, National
] 0f Jewish Women, is plan-
o Membership Coffees.
[first will be held on Friday,
16 at 10 a.m. at the home of
Lm at 11706 Palmer Drive
he second will be held on
by Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. at
J,'e of Sis Lipson at 4631
It Boulevard.
vone is welcome to attend.
[call Sis Lipson at 831-8577
Baumer at 963-0549 for
her information and
ations.
i Cohen is President of the
i Section.
. CONGREGATION
ISCHAARAI ZEDEK
Cradle Roll
die Roll's first function of
tar ig Saturday, Sept. 14,
Ilii-ll am in The Temple
I Hall. We are having a Bible
[theme with refreshments,
t projects that will relate to
tree different Bible stories
by Rabbi Farber.
l>re-school children and their
fcs are invited.
I't forget Cradle Roll
: needs people to help with
ties. Call Terri Friedman
^379) or Lyn Meyerson
iif>f>). if you can help.
TEMPLE DAVID
1985-5746
|iirh Holiday Schedule
Of Worship
Selirhoth Penitential
Service
| ivid will hold itstradi-
on Saturday
|g, Se] 9 pm. with a
|v;i Malkeh" Reception. Mrs.
[inch will host the repast in
j memory of her husband
lilian Hirsch. There will be
aborate musical program.
IMallin^cr will discuss laws,
l ami customs pertaining to
I Holy Days. He will also
the Selichoth Service and
\l a sermon. We invite the
I Community to attend.
loah Hashanah 5746
High Holy Days will be
I in at Temple David with a
and meaningful Rosh
i evening service on Sun-
ept. 15 at 7:15 p.m. Rabbi
er will chant the festive
Liturgy assisted by his
| group. The service will in-
meditations, responsive
s, prayer explanation and
A gala Oneg Yam Tov
Son will follow upon conclu-
" the service. Remember.
you are welcome to pray with us
during the High Holy Days. We do
not sell admission tickets.
Rosh Hashanah Days
On Monday and Tuesday, Sept.
16-17, services will begin at 8:30
a.m. The following men will par-
ticipate and assist in the services:
Herbert Handler, Alfred Mark,
Arnold Katz, Henry Hirsch and
Jack Manhoff. Mr. Henry Hirsch
Friday, September 6, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 15

assisted by Dr. Richard Karpay,
will perform the Shofar ritual.
Day of Atonement
The sacred Day of Yom Kippur
will be ushered in at the
synagogue on Tuesday night with
Rabbi Mallinger and chorus chan-
ting the "Kol Nidre." Sermon will
Continued on Page 18-
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Cheryl Rothburd
Bat Mitzvah
CHERYL ROTHBURD
Cheryl Renee Rothburd,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael
Rothburd, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
Sept. 7, at 11 a.m. at Congrega-
tion Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
Sundheim and Rabbi Joan Glazer
Farber will officiate.
The celebrant is a student in the
Schaarai Zedek Religious School
and a member of the Junior Youth
Group. Cheryl is a high honor roll
student in the 8th Grade at Col-
eman Junior High School. She is
in the gifted program and is the
class treasurer.
Dr. and Mrs. Weingarten and
Dr. Charles Rothburd will host a
Shabbat dinner in Cheryl's honor
and friends of the family will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
at the Temple. Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Rothburd will host a
reception at the Rusty Pelican
Restaurant on Saturday.
Special guests will include
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Fromet, Tampa, and grand-
parents, Dr. Charles Rothburd.
and Mr. and Mrs. M. Weingarten,
Fort Lauderdale; aunts and
uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald We-
ingarten, Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Weingarten, New York Ci-
ty; Mrs. Tina Begleiter, Spr-
ingfield, New Jersey; and cousins
Adam, Debbie, Elyse, Jonathon,
Jamie, Sari, Seth, and Daniel.
Mrs. Mark A. Linsky
Wedding
Announcement
DKMBSKYLINSKY
Elaine Dembsky and Mart
Linsky were married Bui
Aug. 25 at the Temple Congn
tion Ohabai Sholom, Nashville,
Ten:
The
La Shana Tovah Tiktevu
from the Headmaster, Faculty, Secretaries,
and Board of Directors
The
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ol Tampa
501 S. Habana
Tampa, Florida 33609
875-8287
Our home for Jewish Hung
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Holiday Dinner* Available
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New Year Greetings
From
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Penny, Glenn, Lee &
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Our New Store Opened at Cascades
On September 3, Thanks To YOU!
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& Julius Michael Tobin
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invites the non-affiliated of the Jewish community
to join with us
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during the Hi^h Holy Days 196 '46
Oneg Yom Tov Reception
on first night of Rosh Hasbsnah
Post Yom Kippur
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Organizations
Continued from Page 15
follow.
On Wednesday, services will
begin and continue all day as
scheduled. Beginning with
P'Sookay D'Zimrah early morn-
ing prayers, followed withi
Schachrith, Reading of the Torah
and Sermon. The Yizkori
Memorial service will follow. All
memorial plaques on the Yahrzeit
Tabloids will be kindled and the
newly attached plates and leaves
on the Faye Mallinger Tree of
Memory will be announced.
The Rabbi and chorus will lead
at the Musaf. The latter service
will continue ail afternoon until
Mincha and the Neilah concluding
Day of Atonement Service. With
the sound of the Shofar and
Maanv will make conclusion of I
this holiday.
Sisterhood will host the tradi-
tional Break-The-Fast upon con-
clusion at Dusk.
Tova Tikevu-
L' Shana
Vchatemu
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF RETIRED PERSONS
New Careers for Seniors, a pro-
gram sponsored by the AARP
(American Association of Retired
Persons) is conducting a training
course for seniors in housing
management. The morning course
will begin in October at the Jewish
Towers. The program is open to
senior members of the communi-
ty. For more information please
call 870-1830.
CONGREGATION
KOLAMI
Sieterhod Meeting
Have you ever felt that so-
meone was going to call you and a
moment later they actually did
call? Have you and another person
you've been with ever said the
same thing simultaneously? If
you've ever experienced one or
both of these phenomena then you
have briefly encountered the field
of parapsychology.
Congregation Kol Ami's first
Sisterhood meeting will feature a
psychic who will speak with us.
She is Carolene Hedler. a private
duty nurse, who has been psychic
since childhood. Why at nine years
of age did Carolene suddenly
become hysterical while riding in
her family's oar on the NVw
Jersey Turnpike' Why did sfie de-
mand that her father immediately
their '-ar off the road?
me and find out the anew
niestioni and many
>t tiers on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at
7:45 p.m. at Congregation Kol
Ami. If you have any questions
please contact Beverly Stevens at
r Sharon Nelson at
968-8888.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Rabbis' Reception
Rabbi Frank and Adrianne Sun-
dheim and Rabbi Joan and An-
drew Farber cordially invite all
members of Congregation
Schaarai Zedek to the annual
Rabbi's Reception, which will be
held on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 9
p.m. in the Old Social Hall. Im-
mediately following the reception,
at 10 p.m. Silichot Services will be
held in the Temple Sanctuary.
Shabbat Morning Services
Shabbat Morning Services have
resumed at Schaarai Zedek and
will be held every week at 9:30
a.m. in Zielonka Hall. Emphasis
will be on the Study of the Weekly
Torah portion using the UAHC
Commentary.
SINGLES SCENE
Singles at Mingles It's that
time of year again!! All Tampa
Bay area singles are cordially in-
vited to our Fifth Annual Cocktail
Party at A.G. Mingles, 16 2nd
Street North, St. Petersburg on
Sept 22, at 7 p.m. $4 admission,
cash bar, and live entertainment.
Hosted by Congregation B'nai
Israel Singles.
Happy New Year
Audrey & Alfred Haubenstock
and Family
A
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Amy, Robert
And Betsy Scherzer V^
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1985 SEPTEMBER COMMUNITY CALENDAR
16 17 18 19 20 21
ROSH HASHONAH ROSH HASHONAH 9:30 KOL AMI SHABBAT C9 W% mri n*in
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER CLOSED 1:00 KOL AMI SERVICES JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER CLOSED 0:00 KOL AMI SERVICES 1:30 JEWISH TOWERS RESIDENT/MANAGEMEN- SERVICES 10.00 RODEPH 8HOLOM SPECIAL SERVICES
biWISH COMMUNITY R|r CLOSES EcHAABAI ZEDEK Krosh hashanah kOLAMIEREV E HASHONAH iODEPH SHOLOM & ROSH HASHONAH 0:00 SCHAAKAI ZEDEK SERVICES n ft A T^ ^X Vk n n b* a. a :J0 RODEPH SHOLOM T
SERVICES 10:00 'JEWISH COMMUNI 1:30 MARY WALKER
9:30 RODEPH SHOLOM TY POOD BANK RESIDENT/MANAGE-
SERVICES 8:00 KOL AMI RITUALS 10:00 'HADASSAH/TAMPA MENT meetim; 7:00 JEWISH NATIONAL
COMMITTE MEETING OPENING MEETING 5:50 'JEWISH COMMUNI- FUND "TREE OF LIFE"
TY CENTER EXEC. :00 KOL AMI SHABBAT AWARD DINNER -
BOARD 8:00 RODEPH SHOLOM SENATOR PAULA
8:00 'JEWISH COMMUNI- SPECIAL SERVICES. HAWKINS
TY CENTER BOARD
MEETING _____u
r 23 24 25 26 27 28
L SCHAAKAI ZEDEK 10:30 RODEPH SHOLOM
UGIOL'S SCHOOL SISTERHOOD BOARD
HNS MEETING
PjEWISH WAR YOM KIPPUR M0 BUSDVES8 PROP.
[BRANS GENERAL 10:00 'JEWISH COMMUNI- WOMEN'S NETWORK SCHAAKAI ZEDEK SUN-
ITING TY POOD BANK JEWISH COMMUNITY GENERAL MEETING SOUTHEAST U.A.H.C. COAST COUNCIL OF TEM-
(JEWISH WAR CENTER CLOSED 7:30 KOL AMI BOARD PLE BROTHERHOODS
BRANS AUXILIARY *** If Al ft ft > -_______ 5:00 JEWISH COMMUNI- M0 SCHAAKAI ZEDEK FELI.OWSHIP MEETING 10*0 KOL AMI KADIM A
RRAL MEETING 7:10 KOL AMI AD JOURNAL MEETING TY CENTER CLOSES SERVICES 7:50 KOL AMI EX- USY SERVICE EV
ISCAARAI ZEDEK fcli BCHAARAI ZEDEK 1:30 KOL AMI SERVICES ECUTIVE BOARD 'JEWISH COMMUNITY
ITBERHOOD BRUNCH 8:00 SCHAAKAI ZEDEK SERVICES 1040 RODEPH SHOLOM MEETING CENTER TEEN-
1RODEPH SHOLOM BOARD MEETING :4C KOL AMI SERVICES SERVICES 8:00 TAMPA JEWISH SATURDAY NIGHT LIFE
RTBRY SERVICES 7:30 RODEPH SHOLOM FED. COMMITTEE
I8CHAARA1 ZEDEK SERVICES MEETINGS
9 30
[rODEPH SHOLOM
RRHOOD SUKKAT SUKKAT CANDLELIGHTING TIME
fcRATING JEWISH COMMUNITY SEPTEMBER 21 7:08
NEWISH COMMUNI- CENTER CLOSED P.M.
rn BUILD &
[OR ATK SUKKAT CANDLELIGHTING TIME SEPTEMBER 28-7 P.M.
KOI. AMI BONEEM
DEWISH COMMUNITY
VER CLOSES
KOI. AMI SUKKAT KER BCHAARAI ZEDEK

KAT SERVICES pOOEPH SHOLOM September
KAT SERVICES


KOL AMISUKKAT
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We Urge You to Join and Su
ue of Your Choice
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ASyna
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As We Begin to Prepare For The High Holidays, We Ask...
Where Will You Be!?!
Whatever, whenever your needsthe synagogues of our community are ready to serve the
complete life cycle of Tampa Jewry365 days a year.
If you are currently not affiliated with one of our community synagogues, The Tampa Jewish
Federation encourages you to accept your responsibility to strengthen your Jewish commit-
ment in Tampa.
Congregation Kol Ami, 3919 Moran Rd., Tampa 33618
Congregation Schaara! Zedek, 3303 Swann Ave., Tampa 33609
Rodeph Sholom Synagogue, 2713 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 33609
Temple David Synagogue, 2001 Swann Ave., Tampa 33606
962-6338
876-2377
837-1911
251-4215
G
a
Tampa Jewish Federation
s
Judith O. Rosenkranz
President
Gary S. Alter
Executive Vice President
ISSBHHHI


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The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS AND AIDES
NEEDED
Doesn't part time job sound like
just the way to come back into the
job market? Call Cece and discuss
it this very moment! 872-4451.
YOUTH
JUNIOR CENTER
PLAYERS
The Junior drama group will
form on Tuesdays in the Main JCC
from 3:15 to 4:15 starting Sept. 3.
A performance will culminate on
Dec. 14 at 7. The group will meet
at Kol Ami on Thursdays from 3-4
p.m. For further information,
please call Terry.
SECOND HOME
SOUTH BRANCH ONLY
K-6 Grades, 2-6 p.m., 5 days,
$25/members, $37.50/non-
members.
A school-age child care program
designed to assist working
parents and their children when
child care is needed as well as a
perfect way to spend a day of
structured play and activities.
There are daily supervised ac-
tivities. Participants may sign up
for after school classes at half
price except for dance and music
lessons.
Transportation will be provided
from surrounding schools (Dale
Mabby, Mitchell, St. Mary's, Gar-
rie). Fees for this would be $5
week/members, $7.50 week/non-
members.
The only exception will be when
school holidays fall on Jewish
holidays and the Center is closed.
There will not be day care provid-
ed during these times.
COME TO THE JCC'S
SUNDAY FUNDAY
Sunday-Funday is a special get-
together for grade school children
on Sunday afternoons, 1-4 p.m.
Activities might include any of the
following:
Kites, Juggling, Music Enrich-
ment, Self-Defense, Trips, Pet
Care, Hayrides, Horseback
Riding, Clowning Around,
Skating, Crafts, Cheerleading,
Junior Jazzercise, Cooking, and
Baton.
A schedule will be sent home to
registrants as to activity and loca-
tion. Cost is $2 each Sunday.
BIDDY SPORTS PROGRAM
The Biddy Sports Program con-
sists of Soccer and Basketball
leagues, for grades 3-6th. They
are instructional leagues and give
the participants experience in
competitive play. Each league will
consist of four teams in each divi-
sion. Coaches will be volunteer
parents. Awards will be presented
and uniforms will be provided. All
games and practices will be played
on Sundays. The soccer league is
to start Sept. 8 and end Nov. 24.
The basketball league will start
Dec. 1 and end March 9. Watch
this page for basketball game and
practice schedules.
BIDDY SOCCER LEAGUE
KOL AMI
3rd and 4th grade league
Practice begins Sunday, Sept. 8,
1-2:30 p.m.; 5th and 6th grade
league Practice begins Sunday,
Sept. 8, 2:30-4 p.m.
TWEENfTEENS
COUNCIL MEETING
Teen Council is made up of
members of each Jewish Youth
Group in the Tampa Bay area.
Teens who are not members of
any Jewish Youth Group are also
invited to attend any plannnig
meeting and all events. Our first
planning meeting of the year will
be on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 5
p.m. We can order pizza for this
meeting, so please RSVP to the
JCC if you are interested in atten-
ding. We will be plannnig events
for the entire year for all teen
areas*at this meeting, and we
welcome everyone's input! i
TWEEN TIME >
Hey Tween (7th-8th graders)!
You have your own special group.
Join other area tweens for an
assortment of fun-flavored ac-f
tivities and special events.
Tweens meet twice a month and
can look forward to some great
happenings in the future which!
will include: Overnights, Dances,
and Special Trips. Tweens will
also be participating in programs
with other youth groups and
Jewish Centers. Our first plann-
ing meeting will be Thursday,
Sept. 12 at 5 p.m.
SATURDAY NTTE LIVE!
SEPT. 28
Hey You Teens The J is
Yours, come and have some grins!
Play in the gym, dance or swim,
JACKIE WEISSMAN tram Kansas City Early Childhood Specialist In Jewish Music -
will pcaaant a "Slumber Party" for children and their lamllles on: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1,
1MS 8:00 pre school; 7:30 grade school
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EVERYONE!
AUDITIONS!! "MY FAIR SADIE" AUDITIONS!!
September 8, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Singers,
Dancers, and Actors
Rehearsals will be on Sunday mornings and Tuesday
evenings. Show dates: Nov. 2, at 8p.m. and Nov. 3, at
1:30 p.m. Come and join in fulfill that lifelong fan-
tasy everyone dreams of being a star!
BIRTHDAY BONANZA
Be a guest at your own child's
birthday party! Have a birthday
party at the JCC with your choice
of a swim (till Oct. 27), gym, on
arts and crafts party. The package
includes: a party leader; set-up,
serve and clean-up; birthday cake,
ice cream, drinks, invitations; par-
ty favors all for only $3.75 per
child! Minimum of 10 children,
please. The Center is available for
parties on Sundays. 2-4 p.m., on a
first-come, first-served basis. For
detail, and reservations, call
v Abrahams a 872-4451.
must be made two
weeks or more in advance.
This is how your year begins!!
Once a month the 'J' will be
open on Saturday night just for
teens 9th-12th grades. The first
one will be on Sept. 28, from 7-11.
On this first one we will JAM at
the J bring your instruments or
your ears and daacing feet and
let's see what epewy we can drum
up. The gym. ana pool will be
available as well as a lounge for
quiet talking. We will also have a
singalong with GriseHe, a local
night club entertainer and our
musician in residence at the J( <
Make this the place to be!! Mun-
chies will be provided and th
machines are available. Chi
will be $1 per person.
BIKE CLUB
Interested in being part of a
bicycling club?? The club will be
doing 10 mile rides to points of in-
terest as well as enjoying brunch
afterwards. (For all you appetites
out there, that's food.) The first
organizational meeting will be
Tuesday evening, Sept. 10, at 7
p.m., at the Center. Riding time
will be decided that evening.
BABYSITTING
Attention! All tweens and teens
12-18 years of age, who are in-
terested in babysitting jobs. The
JCC has developed a babysitting
list for local Center members. To
get your name on our list you
must: (1) Have a personal inter-
view, (2) Attend a babysitting
workshop, (to be announced
later), and (3) Pay a $1 fee.
JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH
BASKETBALL TEAMS
The JCC Junior/Senior Basket-
ball Teams will play a 12-game
schedule against State JCC, local
schools, and YMCA's plus tour-
naments against Savannah,
Atlanta, and a Florida State tour-
nament. Practices will be twice a
week, with games played on
weeknights, and tournaments on
weekends. Uniforms will be pro-
vided and awards presented to all
players of both Junior/Senior high
teams. The fees for joining the
basketball teams are:
$30/members and $45/non-
members.
Practice Schedule Starting
Oct. 15 For Both Junior/Senior
High
Junior High Team (7, 8, 9th
grades> Tuesday, 6:30-8 p.m.;
Thursday, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
High School Team (10, 11, 12th
grades) Tuesday, 8-9:30 p.m.;
Thursday, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Looking for volunteers for
team manager, score keeper, and
timer.
Home hospitality may be re-
quired for incoming teams.
Additional charge for out of
state tournaments.
FAMILY
SHARE OUR SUKKOT
Sept. 29, Share Our Sukkot, 1
p.m.
Let's decorate with lots of fruit,
palm leaves oh so long.
Our Sukkoth will be so very
fine, we'll finish with food and
dance and song!
OPEN HOUSE
SUCCESSFUL
Thanks to the many volunteers
who helped make our Yiddish-Kite
day fun. The food committee (a
continuation of Sunday Night
Supper) was the Hymans, the
Moores, the Kendricks, the Carps,
the Wuligers, Mrs. Tobin, Lee
Tobin. Others involved were Alice
Rosenthal, Mitch Silverman,
Susan Schwartz, Joanna Barat,
Jan Wuliger, Ralph Marcadis, Lee
Tobin, Woody Coffman, and of
course the JCC staff.
ADULTS
KNOW YOUR COMMUNITY
SERIES
ADL, JNF, TJSS What are
all these initials? Come to the
Center and find-out just what the
Jewish Community Agencies are
in Tampa and the entire Bay area,
and how they can be of use to you
and your family. More important:
Find out how YOU can be of use
to THEM! No charge. Monday
evenings at 7 p.m., starting Sept.
9 (for six weeks).
Sept. 9 ADL (Anti-
Defamation League); TJF (Tampa
Jewish Federation)
Please register for this pro-
gram, even though there is no
charge, so that we are ass
that this is of interest to the com-
munity and will be well attended.
CLUB VARIETY NEEDS
A FEW GIGGLES
On Saturday, Sept. 14, Club
Variety is planning an outing to
"Giggles," a new night spot in
town that is rumored to have ex-
cellent comedy acts. If you are in-
terested, call Lil Singer at
831-5648.
NU-COMERS CLUB
Are you new in town? Need to
know more about Tampa? Need to
meet some people? Need
something to do? Come to a lun-
cheon on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 12
noon to determine what activities
you would like to be offered.
Babysitter will be available. If you
work during the day and would
like an evening group formed,
please call Terry Abrahams. We
have all kinds of ideas, but let's
hear yours!! Please RSVP to
lunch. Cost: $3.
ADULT TENNIS
LADDER
A Mens and Ladies Tennis Lad-
der will be starting Sept. 22, and
ending on Nov. 24. Awards will be
given to winners and runners-up.
Members only. Free. Register in
P.E. Office.
L'SHANA TOVA
A Healthy And Happy
New Year From
The Board And Staff
Officers:
President, Lee M. Tobin; Vice PreestieoU,
Johanna Barat, David Boajfi. Abe* Roeen
thai, Jan Wulifar; Secretary. Ralph
Marcadis
Treasurer, Jack Roth.
hAt-Large: Lea Davidson, Ex-
Officio; Jerilyn Goldsmith. Donald Linaky,
Susan Schwartz.
Beeurd at* Dirertera: Dan Albert. Marvin
Aronovit*, Galena Beikin. Robert Barnr,
Sid Bleendee. Ariene Capehito, Esther
Carp, Louise Eatroff, Carol* E wen. Dr.
Randy Feldman, Doris field, Rena
Firestone, Caaba Forraater, Lt Col. Allan
Fox, Debbie Gitomsr, Bart Green. Jadbe
Kelson, Barry Karpay, Gert Lexer, Louis
Morris, Cindy L. Wick, PhD, Barbara
Port, Dr. Bonnie Saks. Esther Sefall, Dr.
Mitch Silverman, Neil Specter. Ellen Stern,
Al Ward, Rabbi Barger, Rabbi Mallint*t.
Rabbi Sundheun. Jay Markowitx. Honorary
Member ..........
Sept. 8 "My Fair Sadie"
Auditions; Football Sunday
for Females; Sunday Funday;
Biddy Soccer League begins
Sept. 9 Know Your Com-
munity Series begins
Sept. 10 Bike Club
Organizational Meeting
Sept. 11 Teen Council
Meeting; Improvisation
Unlimited begins
Sept. 12 Tweens Plann-
ing Meeting; Exercise for
Stress Reduction begins
Sept. 14 Club Variety
Outing to "Giggles"
Sept. 15 Sunday Funday <
Sept. 22 Adult Tennis
Ladder
Sept. 23 Travel Club
Meeting
Sept. 26 Nu-Comers'
Club
Sept. 28 Saturday Night
Live for Teens
Sept 29 Share Our
Sukkot
Oct. II Junior/Senior
High Basketball begins
' 19 Miss Jackie's
Slumber Party
FOOTBALL SUNDAY 1
"MALES
WOMEN! l)o you
might actually like the,
football if only you had,
of what's going on? f
like to learn more about*
Or... how about knowi
about the game than m
band or boyfriend? WeB <
down to the JCC on Sept
to get a basic course in |
of football! Let your ho
boyfriend) stay home
to watch the ballgiH
THE KIDS, while you i
your friends and learn i
new. Call the Center to
day! Munchies to be m
Charge: $l/members, $lj
members.
SENIORS
SACS
SACS (Senior Arts tad I
Shop), open 9 a.m.-l,
Monday-Friday. JCC Main
SACS is fur seniors L
living in Hillsborough
is an income supplement]
using consignment i
manner of hand-crafted
Shops are located it"
Breezeway and other ata]
are open Monday through f
For more information,
Judy London at the JCC,i
visit us for wonderful
toys, babywear, pillows,
etc., all at very reasonable |
I M P R O V I SATli
UNLIMITED
An exciting drama
designed to get your
juices flowing. Stretch
agination and your
vocabulary. Learn to i
Draw on your life i
new way. Begins
Sept 11, 1:30-8 p.m.
JCC SCHOLARSHIP I
ENDOWMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
Speedy recovery to
Mock from Esther and
Tobin.
Speedy recovery to
Mock from Lee Tobin.
Speedy recovery to
Mock from Glen Tobin.
Speedy recovery to
Mock from Howard and
Greenberg.
In memory of JoeandGdU
from Renee Miller.
TRAVEL CLUB MEI
Travel Club members -|
on the fun of planning
events! All suggestions'
Non-members think abontl
ing the JCC and Travel ON
errioy substantial vnp^
trips. Our next me*-1
Wednesdsy, Sept. 23.
a.m. We'll be looking fa
seeing you there!
NEW CONCEPT^
STRESS REDUCTRj
Let go of the week's J
with simple Yogs-like
breathing and retajW
rises (a natural lead-in "I
weekly stress support
Beginning Sept 1! a
this group is led by
and meets 9:30-10 a*
reducing exercises are ^
ful way to help youcjWI
anxieties. Give us a a?'
AWARMWSWjjJ
TOSOMJBOFOg
NEWER JlCaW
Bessie Feldmar.
Mr and M
Mr and Mr, W
Mr. and Mrs I-
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Susan Swift
Mr. and Mr-


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