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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Tampa, Florida Friday, September 20, 1985
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YAD to Host Brunch
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lol Nidre services will launch the
Irvance of Yom Kippur in synagogues
fughout South Florida on Tuesday
[ring, Sept. 24.
\\e holiday continues through the next
Wednesday, Sept. 25, as a time of
|ing and prayer for repentance.
, a memorial prayer for the
ed, will be recited during Yom Kip-
I services Wednesday.
Yom Kippur continues the High Holy
Day season, which began with Rosh
Hashanah and Shabbat Teshuvah, the
Sabbath of Repentance, observed last
weekend.
Next in the High Holy Day observances
will be Sukkoth, or the Feast of Taber-
nacles, which begins the eve of Sunday,
Sept. 29, and continues through Monday,
Sept. 30, and Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Tampa Jewish Federation's
Young Adult Division (YAD) will
host the season's first event, a
brunch, at the Guest Quarters
Hotel, 555 N. West Shore Blvd.,
at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29.
Cost is $10 per person and
RSVP's are to be made by Sept.
23. (Federation Office 875-1618).
The brunch will feature a
scrumptious line-up of food and
friends. The guest speakers will
be Dr. Richard Hodes, past presi-
dent of the National Conference
of State Legislatures and Mr.
Herb Swarzman, past delegate to
the 1980 Republican National
Convention. These distinguished
gentlemen will discuss "American
Politics A Jewish Perspective."
A brief summary of each
speaker's credentials will serve as
reason enough for you to attend
this important and interesting
event.
Dr. Richard Hodes served on
and held offices in such organiza-
tions as the Committee of Health
and Rehabilitative Services,
Florida Medical Association and
currently holds the title of Deputy
Dean for the College of Medicine
at the University of South
Florida.
His political career has involved
him in such activities as rewriting
the Florida Constitution, dealing
with Health and Rehabilitative
Social Services and trying to
establish a more aggressive style
of leadership at the legislator
level. The impetus for this move
was to shift more responsibility to
the states for domestic affairs.
Herb Swarzman has served as
vice president of the Tampa
Jewish Federation, member of the
Federation Executive Committee
and Board of Directors. He has
also served as the Federation
treasurer and chairman of the
Budget Committee.
In addition to the above, Mr.
Swarzman has been involved with
both the American Israeli Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and
the Bay Area Political Action
Committee (BAYPAC).
From 1980 to 1984, he served as
Special Advisor to the Chairman
of the Republican Party for
Jewish Affairs.
Today, Mr. Swarzman serves on
the Financial Committee for Con-
gressmen Bilirakis, Gibbons and
Mayor Martinez.
Please join YAD for this
outstanding first event. YAD was
formed last year by the Tampa
Jewish Federation to fill a need in
the community for Jewish pro-
gramming and activities for in-
dividuals in the 22-40 year old age
bracket. Andrew Titen currently
serves as president of YAD.
Tough Economic Policy Said
To Deal Blow to Inflation
Business and Professional Women's Network
To Hold Program On Small Business
die Goldberg, president of
iBusiness and Professional
en's Network, sponsored by
Tampa Jewish Federation
en's Division, has announced
ening Fall program meeting
lied on Thursday, Sept. 26,
Guest Quarters Hotel on
hore.
_ Bill Manck, director of the
Business Development
Center at the University of South
Florida will be the keynote
speaker. His topic, "Women's
Small Business Ownership: The
Alternative" will deal with small
business ownership as well as
perhaps a second career a
business on the side.
"Our meetings are usually held
on the third Monday of each
month, but with all the holidays in
September, and busy community
activities going on, our meeting
this month had to be scheduled on
Thursday. We sincerely invite any
working woman to join us,
Goldberg stated. Reservations
should be made by calling the
Federation office, 875-1618. Note:
guaranteed reservations should be
made immediately as the Federa-
tion office will be closed Wednes-
day, Sept 25 for Yom Kippur.
lyn. Cheese Distributor Sold Non-Kosher As Kosher
By BEN GALLOB
LBANY, N.Y. (JTA)
kTi official of the New
State Department of
fculture and Marketing
he determined that a
oklyn distributor of
[her cheese had
^dulently distributed
kosher cheese as
?er.
Mi Laws, first deputy com-
piler of the department, said
?id Gottesman, doing business
fusalem Kosher Cheese Co.,
^ Foods and Tenuva, said the
"fment had fined Gottesman
teph Gerace, department
tossioner, said that if Got-
"mdid not satisfy the penalty
for $4,800 by Sept. 13,
e will be referred to the At-
K General's office for com-
JTent a civ^ ction to c0'*
* penalty. Gottesman has
en available for comment.
LAWS SAID that the specific
charge, examined at a hearing at
the department here, was that
Gottesman had represented that
the cheese he was selling under
the brand name Tenuva was pro-
duced in Israel by the Tenuva
Central Cooperative for Dairy
Products under supervision of the
Chief Rabbi o^Afula, Peretz
Zioni.
Laws said that investigation by
inspectors of the Agriculture
Department's division of Kosher
Enforcement indicated the
Tenuva cheese was labeled as
kosher because it was processed
under the supervision of Zioni.
Hearings were ordered under
an administrative law judge, John
Rogers, named by Gerace. The
hearings were held during 1984.
Zioni and Tenuva cheesy
cooperative representatives
declared in an affidavit, submitted
at the hearings, that Gottesman
had no right to use the Tenuva
name on the cheese products he
distributed.
LAWS SAID retail distributors
were alerted to the possible fraud
by World Cheese Corp., a Manhat-
tan wholesale firm which
distributes kosher cheeses
throughout the United States.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency
was informed that until the hear-
ing was concluded with an official
finding of fraudulent misrepresen-
tation, the Agriculture Depart-
ment could not take any such war-
ning action. It was understood
that the Manhattan firm issued its
alert last Jury.
Laws said that, during the hear-
ings Gottesman admitted he had
no right to use the Tenuva name.
Rogers made his report on July
10, and it was dated and sealed
here last Aug. 13.
HE SAID Zioni met Rabbi
Schulem Rubin, chief supervisor
of the enforcement division last
July 26 at a Manhattan notel
where Zioni was staying during a
visit to the United States.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The government's tough
economic austerity program
has dealt a major blow to in-
flation, preliminary figures
for August indicate. But
civil service employees seem
to be the first casualties of
drastic measures taken to
reduce government expen-
ditures m the war against
inflation, according to a con-
fidential report published in
Haaretz.
Figures for the first two weeks
of August showed the cost-of-
living index up only 3.5 to 4 per-
cent above the July average, com-
pared to a monthly inflation rate
of 20 percent-plus before the
government's program was an-
nounced July 1. The price index
for the full month of August was
released Sunday. Economic ex-
perts expect it will reflect the
trend of the first two weeks.
THE EXPERTS credited the
government's measures for the
improvement. They said August
inflation would have been even
lower but for an unexpected up-
surge in the prices of fruit and
vegetables. This was attributed to
a Detween-the-seasons shortage
which tripled or quadrupled the
prices of such popular items as
tomatoes and cucumbers.
The good news on the inflation
front greeted Finance Minister
Yitzhak Modai on his return from
Washington. He predicted an
August inflation rate of four per-
cent which, he said, was what the
government was aiming for. He
warned however that even that
achievement is not good enough.
Inflation will have to be curbed
even more before economic
recovery is firmly on track, Modai
said.
Meanwhile, a government study
not for public release was obtain-
ed by Haaretz and published last
week. It showed an erosion of 40
percent in the real value of civil
service wages over the last seven
months. According to the study,
the July austerity package had
devastating effects on the take-
home pay of civil servants, more
than the economic planners
themselves had intended.




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Page 2 The Jewiah Floridian of Tampa/Friday, September 20, 1985
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By Amy Scherzer
New Alignment. Dr. Barry D. Shapiro has been elected Presi-
dent of the Hillsborough County Chiropractic Society for 1985-86,
and was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Florida
Chiropractic Association. He has been active on the local and
state level for many years. Marion and two-year-old Michelle are
understandably quite proud.
Well-written. Congratulations to Mark F. Lewis, who has just
had his second article published in the journal, Judaism. The arti-
cle is entitled "Kaahruth and Controversy" and it appeared in the
summer edition of Judaism. Those who are familiar with this
journal know this is quite an honor!
All eyes are on baby Eric Daniel Stein, born on August 18 to
Dr. Dale and Ellen Stein weighing 8 pounds, lOVi ounces. Lucky
Eric has lots of grandparents and five great-grandparents: Irma
and Albert Green of Philadelphia; Ann and Irv Stein of Fort
Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Jwanier, both of West Palm Beach, and Pearl Love of
Philadelphia. Mazol tov to you all.
Welcome back to Towers Resident Bella Nemiroff. Bella has
just returned from a wonderful summer traveling in Israel, main-
ly Jerusalem, followed by a week in London on the way home. She
was accompanied by her daughter, Meryl Cohen, and two grand-
children, Zohara and Jonathon, and a good time was had by all.
We have news from the Rath and David Polar family. Their
son Loo Polar graduated from the Wharton School of University
of Pennsylvania with a degree in entreprenurial management.
Lou was on the freshman crew team and was president of Beta
Theta Pi fraternity and also was business manager of Mask and
Wig Club, the all-male Comedy Club. He is now working for the
OHDS Group in Alabama.
Shari Polar is a senior at the University of Pennsylvania. She
will be spending her fall semester at the Sorbonne in Paris. Shari
was president of Sigma Alpha Mu; was on the board of Response,
a group dedicated to the care and protection of several poster
children; she was also associated with Stimulus, an organization
teaching diaadvantaged children. The family tradition of fundrais-
ing was continued in Shari's UJA activities.
Lila Polar, the youngestaf the^oluiioffsprmg, entered Boston
University Theatre School. She acflsd-wtth the Tampa Players and
had attended Northwestern's Cherub Program for Drama. Lila
has been in plays both at Berkeley and at Plant High School. At
Plant she received the Thespian Award for best acting. It's
always so nice to hear about such a terrific family.
Read all about it. Howard L. Sinsley has been elected Chair-
man of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library Board for
a term extending to October, 1986. Currently the director of
economic development for Hillsborough Community College, he
has served on the library board for the past year as chairman of
the planning committee.
Strike! While nationally renown Mark Roth dominates the U.S.
bowling scene, some Tampa Youth bowlers of the same name
have entered the tournament trail. Robert Roth, age 14, has been
bowling for two years and has been able to raise his average to
160. His tournament successes have included a City Mixed
Doubles Championship with Stephanie Leopold. Robert recently
led his team to a third place finish when he bowled a 638 series in
the State Championship held in Fort Lauderdale.
Sister, Cindi, age 11, became the new City Match Play Cham-
pion when she averaged 152 over 18 games. This is Cindi's second
title as she won the City Doubles Championship with Stephanie
Leopold earlier this year. Cindi has been bowling only a year and
a half and seems to improve with every game. Robert and Cindi
are the children of Lea and Esther Roth. Stephanie is the
daughter of Gerry and Nina Leopold.
Mark Roth beware, the Tampa Roth's are right behind you!
Focus on Bruce and Susan Zake, who moved here from
Cleveland last year. Susan is a staff photographer for the Tampa
Tribune; she covers just about everything but especially enjoys
shooting sports events. Brace is a freelance photograher who
does work for USA Today", AP, local magazines, advertising and
public relations agencies and others. Married one year, they keep
real busy on assignments and usually see Tampa from behind a
camera lens. Please welcome the Zakes.
Hey gang, keep the news coming to Our Gang, do The Jewish
Floridian, 2808 Horatio, Tampa, FL 33609.
CORRECTION
Correct toll free telephone number for the Jewish National
Fund outside of the Tampa area is 1-800-282-4198 (tone) 8733.
For local use please call 933-TREE.
Dr. Craig Newman, chiropractic physician, General Orthopedic
Practice Sept. 6, issue incomplete statement.
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Wedding Announcements
NORRISWITTNER
When Nancy Jean Norris and
Jacob Ben David (Jay) Wittner
planned their wedding for Sun-
day, September 1, they never ex-
pected a hurricane to poise itself
over the Gulf of Mexico, threaten-
ing inhabitants of the West Coast!
Nancy is the daughter of Mrs.
Jeanette Norris of Hollywood,
Florida. Jay is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Harvey (Marilyn) Wittner of
Tampa. They all looked forward to
the wedding at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom and The Rusty
Pelican.
A traditional ceremony and for-
mal reception had been lovingly
and expertly planned, down to the
last detail. Bride and groom
eagerly welcomed their many
friends from out of state who had
arrived for the wedding
festivities. The entire wedding
party were in St. Petersburg an-
ticipating the rehearsal and barbe-
que scheduled for Saturday night,
August 31 in Tampa.
On Friday night the first news
about Hurricane Elena was broad-
cast and by Saturday morning,
Nancy and Jay, their parents and
their wedding consultant, Joyce
Hartmann, knew there would be
no rehearsal that night. Elena was
expected to hit the coast between
sunset and 9 p.m. As the daylight
hours on Saturday wore into the
night, Joyce paced the floors by
candlelight, having lost electric
power in her home, re-thinking
the ceremony in which so many
bridal attendants and groomsmen
would no longer have the benefit
of a rehearsal.
That same night Pinellas Coun-
ty was declared an "island" with
no access roads to or from Tampa.
Sunday morning arrived and it
became clear that the wedding
ceremony could not take place as
planned. The bride, groom and
their attendants were stranded in
-St. Petersburg, Bayshore
Boulevard was flooded, and Rabbi
Kenneth Berger and his family
had evacuated Davis Islands.
The Wittners asked Joyce if
there was any way they could
have the wedding ceremony, pro-
vided they could get the wedding
party to Tampa. Joyce and her
husband, Dr. Robert Hartmann,
offered their home, large enough
and dry enough, as the site for the
ceremony.
The Highway Patrol was
notified and they led a convoy of
the wedding party from St.
Petersburg to the Lutz home.
Meanwhile, frantic preparations
were made to prepare the
ceremony as furniture was moved
around in the Hartmann Great
Room. The wedding party arrived
safely and Rabbi Berger was
located and rushed over in a bor-
rowed suit. The wedding atten-
dants quickly disbursed
throughout the house to don their
gowns and tuxedos, while Joyce's
brother, Harvey Schonbrun,
played wedding music on the
piano and his wife Cherie, went
from room to room snapping
photographs on her trusty Olym-
pus. Tent poles were acquired
from a nearby garage to hold Dr.
Wittner's tallis over the heads of
the bride and groom as a chupah.
At 5:50 p.m. Nancy Jean
descended the stairway as the lov-
ing eyes of parents, grandparents,
relatives and a few close friends
grew moist with relief and
thanksgiving. The "something
old" she carried was an English
sixpence which had been in the
family so long that no one
remembered exactly how old it
was. Nancy and Jay exchanged
their personal wedding vows by
candlelight, their happiness war-
ming all who watched. Edith
Stowers, Nancy's grandmother,
had the joy of watching her wed-
ding band used in the ceremony.
The challah used for the bless-
ing over the bread following the
cermony was baked by Jay's
mother, Marilyn. The two
mothers presented a poem writ-
ten especially about and for their
children, and displayed a montage
of pictures of Nancy and Jay from
infancy to the present time. The
elaborate catered wedding recep-
tion was replaced by sandwiches
from a nearby restaurant, cham-
pagne from the Hartmann storage
chest was uncorked, and 30 people
tasted the three-tiered wedding
cake prepared for 200.
As Rabbi Berger quoted from
his ceremony, "Many waters can-
not quench your love for each
other, neither can floods drown
the affection you share."
PATRON-TOBIN
Ellen S. Patron, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Patron, and
Glenn W. Tobi* eon ef- Mr. and .
Mrs. Julius Tobin, were married
Sunday, August 18, at Congrega-
tion Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Ken-
neth Berger officiated.
Amy Stephenson was the maid
of honor and Lee M. Tobin was
the best man.
A reception was held at the
Marriott Airport Hotel. The cou-
ple will live in Tampa.
OSIASONBLUM
Lauren Osiason, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Osiason, and
Paul Blum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Blum, New York, were
married September 1 at Con-
gregation Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi
Frank Sundheim officiated.
Special guests attending were
grandmothers Ida Paster, Rhode
Island, Gretchen Blum, and Bob-
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Mrs. Paul Blum
bie Sherman. New York.
After a honeymoon in L,
couple will live in New Ya_
the eye of the storm, thej]
happy and they rejoiced."
We planned the wedding!
dreams and God laughed]
dream became a nightman
with support, cooperation, I
mination, and a lot of]
resulted in a miracle.
It was a weekend that I
main indelible in our _
although certainly not .
reasons we thought it
What happened put all cm
values in perspective.
All of the details we had I
"hung-up" on shrunk in
tance when (finally) two I
people were married with I
and family rejoicing
good health.
For Lauren and Paul we j
thai Elena will be the only I
in a life filled with the I
joy, family and friendship
we all shared this Labor I
weekend.
Springsteen and |
High School In
By NINA SINSLEY
It would seem that a
entertainer and a distant
have little in common. This isl
the case, because the date of]
Sept. 10 High School in '
Parlor Meeting was the veryi
date for the Bruce Spring*
concert in Miami. FlonJ
Therefore, the Parlor Me
was cancelled. Anita Saphierl
graciously offered her home*
hospitality for the next n*r
Look for the announcement t
new date in your next issue J
Floridian.
Let The
Tampa Airport Marriott
Cater To
Ibur Every Need.
Our professional staff, attentive service and gracious
accommodations will make a success of your Wedding,
Bar Mitzvah, Banquet, Business Meeting or Reunion.
We also provide outside catering services. See our Catering
Department for information or please call 879-5151.
TAMPA
AIRIER!
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Friday, September 20,' 1985/The Jewish Flbridfan of Tampa Page 3
Nadine Feldman
Debra Linsky

Ricki Freeman
Anita Hearshen
Federation Women's Division
To Hold Campaign Event At Maas Brothers On October 2
I Alice Rosenthal and Aida
feissman, Co-Chairwomen of the
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division Campaign have
Inounced the appointment of
lebra Linsky and Nadine
Jeldman as co-chairmen of the
fcby Division for the 1986
ampaign.
I Both Feldman and Linsky have
en involved in Campaign in
evious years and have chaired a
|vision and sat on the Campaign
abinet. Nadine Feldman is mar-
to Dr. Dennis Feldman and
a son, Aaron, they are
embers of Congregation Rodeph
(lolom. Debra Linsky is married
Donald, and has two children,
ssica and Eric, they are also
embers of Congregation Rodeph
holom.
| The Ruby Division ($500-999)
been active this summer in
planning for the 1986 campaign.
While the campaign does not of-
ficially begin for a few months,
Feldman and Linsky announced
they have planned an event at
Maas Brothers on Oct. 2 because
"it was too exciting to give up this
opportunity. Maas Brothers con-
tacted us this summer because
they have the Israeli Designer
Collection, Teri Jon coming for
one wonderful day, Oct. 2, and in-
vited us to have this fundraiser, as
this division is one of the largest in
Women's Division."
In carrying out the Mass
Brothers theme for the week,
"Women of Achievement," the
Ruby Division has decided to
honor the Israeli Designer, Rickie
Freeman, and renowned lecturer,
Anita Hearshen, Senior Regional
Director for Brandeis University.
"We are excited about having
both these outstanding women
Women's Division
Attends Regional Meeting
J Women from the Tampa Jewish
federation Women's Division at-
inded the recent United Jewish
[ppeal Florida Regional Division
(inference in Fort Lauderdale.
Ittending were: Rhoda Davis,
Irector, Lili Kaufmann, im-
mediate past president, Marsha
Iherman, immediate past
Wional chairwoman, and Carol
Roth, representing the Business
and Professional Women's
Network.
The Conference, entitled "Task
Force for the Future" dealt with
many campaign problem solving
and planning sessions as well as
sessions on management, and
education programs.
Women's Division Presents
'Women's Wednesday'
[The 1985-86 "Women's
|ednesday" Educational Day,
onsored by the Tampa Jewish
deration Women's Division and
Business and Professional
[omen's Network is scheduled
Wednesday, Oct. 30 at the
arriott Hotel, Westshore.
President Jolene Shor announc-
I at presstime that the Commit-
* headed by Ann Rudolph, vice
.esident of Community Educa-
W, has developed a unique and
pting workshop. A morning
""am culminating with lunch
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2APER &
Packaging
and an evening dinner program is
being planned.
The committee asks that
everyone "Hold the Date" and
watch future editions of The
Jewish Floridian and their mail
box for details.
come to Tampa both will be in
town just for the one show-
ing/program," stated the
chairwomen.
Rickie Freeman is president and
designer of the Teri Jon Designer
collection; she formerly designed
for Tahari Sports and Suits Col-
lection. Her clothes are shapely
with the new body consciousness
surfacing for the sleek 80's
woman. The look of her clothes
range from reserve seductiveness
to provocatively ladylike. She
cares to please her ultimate judge,
the customer. "Clothes should
make a statement depending on
the mood a woman chooses to pro-
ject," she stated in a recent
telephone conversation. "Not be
just a mere statement for sake of
its own," she added. Regardless
of what fashion trends prevail at
the moment, only the ones that
will enhance her customer will be
followed; her aim is to make a
woman feel prettier, softer, not
just a fashion cartoon. Rickie
Freeman likes to convey in her
clothes a subtle sensuality that
every woman deep down yearns to
project. Not only will she
moderate the fashion show, but
will be available to speak-to the
audience relative to styles,
fabrics, etc. being used here as
well as in Israel.
Anita Hearshen has been active
in Jewish communal life here and
abroad in many lay and profes-
sional capacities. Professionally,
she was a National Field represen-
tative for the State of Israsel
Bond Organization; she has been
on the staff of the American
Friends of Hebrew University as a
National Director. She is current-
ly Senior Regional Director of
Development for Brandeis
University. During Israel's War
of Independence, Mrs. Hearshen
was in the Hagana, serving in the
Intelligence Corps. In March,
1978, she had the unique ex-
perience of travelling through
Lebanese villages during Israel's
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The Ruby Division of the 1986
Women's Division Campaign cor-
dially invites any woman in the
community to attend this outstan-
ding, entertaining and pro-
vocative morning at the elegant
Maas Brothers. Minimum commit-
ment to the 1986 Campaign is
$250; cost of the brunch is $10; for
further information and
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call the Federation Women's Divi-
sion office, 875-1618. Please note
that the Federation office will be
closed, Monday, Sept. 30, and
Tuesday, Oct. 1; all reservations
need to be in the office
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Yom Kippur rWednesday. Sept
241 brmfs to s dose the tee days
of tmhwmk (repentance) that com
mence on Rosh Haahanah. If.
prior to Yom Kippur. we have
sought forgiveness from fellow
humsn toasft whom we have hurt
or offended in the year now en-
ding, then on Yom Kippur (the
Day of At-One-Ment) we are
prepared to stand face to face
with the Creator, the i* So/(the
Infinite) and ask humbly for
forgiveness And it will be given
In s remarkable metaphor, on
Yom Kippur we are required to
confront directly and immediately
what we spend much of the rest of
the year denying or avoiding
first, that we have made senous
mistakes in the way we have
treated other people and. second.
that we are in fact mortal beings,
al've today but not tomorrow.
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bowing the head like a bullrusr.
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the Lord it favorable? No. thit is
the fast I desire: to unlock the fet-
ters of wickedness, snd untie the
cord* of the yoke to let the op-
pressed go free; to break off every
yoke. It it to share your bread
with the hungry, and to take the
wretched poor into your home;
when you tee the naked, to clothe
him. and not to ignore your own
kin. /savaA 58.S-7J
The true purpose of Yom Kip-
pur snd it* confrontation with life
and death it a return to a better,
more menadUves mode of living
upon its conclusion. The Amidah
at the concluding. N'eflah service
succinctly makes thit point:
Open for us the gates of light,
blessing, joy. knowledge, splen-
dor, confession, merit, compas-
sion, purity, redemption, st-one-
ment. tandness, forgiveness, com-
fort. pardon, sttistsnee.
enance. righteoutnett.
uprightness, healing, peace and
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tenderness), the qualities
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tain and do the myriad of other jobs needing t r>e done to meet
the needs of ail the ii idisiisT
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sktor this a double Mitzvah becau.-* : the way it
were welcomed and treated and also for whatever small help
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Rosh Hashanah Message
ROSH HASHANNAH
MESSAGE
5746-1986
By BERNICE TANNENBAUM
Chairman
World Zionist Organization
American Section
This New Year, in accordance
with our tradition and faith, we
express our gratitude for the good
of the year gone by and reassert
our resolve to complete the un-
fulfilled tasks remaining.
First and foremost, we must
acknowledge that Israel faces a
difficult year ahead in which all
our support will be needed as it
recovers from the Lebanon ex-
perience and economic crisis with
its effects of increased unemploy-
ment and belt-tightening in Israeli
households. The Jewish State and
the well-being of its people depend
on economic viability. The way
ahead will be hard, but there is
every indication that Israel will be
well on the way to economic
recovery before the year's end.
With economic recovery the ten-
sions and disputes among the peo-
ple should lessen considerably.
That is why we hail the just con-
cluded American-Israel Free
Trade Agreement. It will provide
Israel with free access to the
American market. This is of
crucial importance, for only bv ex-
panding exports will Israel be able
to improve its balance of
payments and bolster its
economy. This economic opportuni-
ty offers hope that in the coming
year Israel will ovecome its
austerity and solve its economic
crisis. It should ease the way to
the increased Israeli exports of
existing and new products which
are the means to reduced foreign
debts, increased employment, and
business and industry's in-
dependence from government
control. May this year witness a
turn for the better in Israel's
economy which will ensure its
future prosperity.
This was the year that Zionism
launched an all-out Human Rights
counterattack on the infamous
United Nation's resolution
equating Zionism with racism.
The campaign kickoff was a
seminar at President Chaim Her-
zog's house in Jerusalem on
November 11, 1984. This was
followed by a national one-day
symposium a month later, co-
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional, the World Jewish Congress
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion at the U.S. State Department
in Washington. The momentum of
these meetings is having an im-
pact. This summer, both Houses
of Congress passed a joint resolu-
tion condemning this resolution.
This action by the U.S. Senate and
House of Representatives marks a
new phase in the struggle to undo
the effects of the U.Nvs ten year
old calumny against Israel and the
Jewish people.
At the United Nation's Con-
ference on Women in Nairobi,
Jewish women with the coopera-
tion of the U.S. government which
they had enlisted, and supported
by the altout effort of the Israel
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, also
scored a triumph in stemming the
anti-Zionist, anti-Semitic tide that
had engulfed the previous con-
ferences in Mexico City and
Copenhagen. The result was to
thwart all attempts to include any
anti-Zionist reference in the
declaration adopted by the
delegates. This has enormous
positive implications for the conti-
nuing campaign of the Jewish peo-
ple to expunge the infamous UN
Resolution of 1975.
At Nairobi, we also saw the
glimmerings of a breakaway from
the Arab-Soviet pressure on the
Third World to enforce a pariah
status on Israel. The bloom is off
the rose of the past Arab oil blan-
dishments. There is disillusion-
ment on the one hand and increas-
ing realization that Israel offers
vital know-how for their benefit in
agriculture, technology and health
and proffers the helping hand of
friendship and peace.
The Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion 1985-86 Campaign Cabinet met at the
home of A via Weissman to plan for the coming
year. (Standing left, to right) Axda Weissman,
campign co-chairman; Rhoda Davis, director,
Women s Division; Ellen Stern, co-chairman,
Diamond Division; Jackie Kalson, co-
chairman. Sapphire Division; (seated left to
right) Lois Older, chairman, B and P Divi-
sion; Ann Rudolph, vice president, Communi-
ty Education; Patty Kalish, co-chairman,
Pearl Division; Nadine Feldman and Debra
Linsky, co-chairmen, Ruby Division. Photo:
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Jewish cooperation which attain-
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achieved important gains against
anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism.
The landmark successful co-
sponsorahip of the Human Rights
seminar by B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional, the World Jewish Congress
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion stands as a model for future
cooperation in behalf of Israel and
the Jewish people everywhere. In
Nairobi, the Jewish women of the
world also proved how effective
their cooperation could be.
We will be vigilant to prevent
any U.S. attempts to change
course from the objective of direct
negotiations between Israel and
the Jordanians and acceptable
Palestinians. We will insist that
the Administration honor its
pledge not to engage in substan-
tive dialogue with the PLO until it
accepts United Nations Security
Council Resolutions 242 and 338
and recognizes Israel's right to
exist.
^ Today American J,^,
first magnitude Si
center of world Jewry inlS
of the destructioHftl
European hub of Je^*1
scholarship and relink
with commitment to 2i
poartlye benefit from the
ty of Israel and the accm
Jewish hfe m solid partn,
with Israel is possiblehert |
is also our homeland whJ
of our youth who 3
Ucipated in the Israel e*
come back to the United*
aware, self-fulfilling irL
and positively participaSj
who will take on the '
sibilities of leadership ,|
future. Many of them
Aliyah.
As we observe the New]
we pray that in the wakej
withdrawal from Lebanon |
usher in new horizons of i
stability, prosperity and
in Israel and the Middle I
Engagement Announcement
TILCHIN-SHIMBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Tilchin,
Oldsmar, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Elizabeth
Sara Tilchin, to James Heiman
Shimberg, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Shimberg.
Mrs. Walter Kessler, Atlanta,
Georgia, and Mrs. Marjorie
Tilchin. San Mateo, California,
are grandmothers of the bride-
elect.
Liz is a graduate of Florida
State University and is employed
as a commercial real estate leas-
ing agent for A.E. LePage, Inc.
Jim is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida and the University
of Florida College of Law. He is
associated with the law firm of
Holland and Knight.
A March 22, 1986 wedding is
planned at Congregation!
Zedek.
SHULMAN-PERL
Sylvia Haefner, Oik
California, announces the <
ment of her daughter, luaj
Shulman, Tampa, to Dr.,
Sherman Perl, Miami, |
Elizabeth Perl, Fort Lau
and the late Michael Perl.
The bride-elect is a |
the California State Ui
ty/Chico and is employed by(
Healthplan of Florida, Inc.
The bridegroom-elect
graduate of the Southern I
of Optometry and i
optometrist.
A November 2 wedding is p
ed at Congregation
Shojqm.
Fund Raising Committee Appoint
Just reinstalled as Chairman of
the Board of Menorah Manor, Ted
P. Winner announced the ap-
pointment of Sigi Strauss of St.
Petersburg. Marshall Linsky of
Tampa and Saul Schechter of Up-
per Pinellas to head the Fund
Raising Committee.
They have been charged with
responsibility of completing the
Capital Building Fund of the
Manor and to plan for future
funding.
They have urged every i
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LISTEN
HARDER
Every New Year, Jews all over the world
celebrate the blowing of the Shofar
as a symbol of these holy days.
xs&
Every New Year, we listen.
We hear.
And sometimes we forget.
For the sound of the
Shofar often goes in one
ear and out of the
other.
But the Shofar is a
clarion call rousing
all of us to action.
Because we share
the responsibility
for Jews
everywhere.
Jews who are suffering from
exile or simple poverty.
Because we share a 4,000-
year-old heritage.
We have a common goal, a
common destiny and
responsibility that requires
each and every one of us to
make a commitment.
This year, when the
Shofar is blown, let's
really hear it.
Please give generously
to the 1986 UJA/
Federation Campaign.

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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, September 20, 1985
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
RANDY BARNES
Randy Barnes, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Barnes, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah,
Friday evening, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m.
and Saturday morning, Sept. 28
at 10 a.m. at Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
Berger and Cantor William
Hauben will officiate.
Randy attends the 8th grade at
Coleman Junior High School and
is a member of Boy Scout Troop
46 and the Town and Country Soc-
cer League.
Dr. Gloria Patton will host the
Kiddush following the services in
honor of the occasion, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Barnes will host a
reception Saturday evening at the
Marriott Airport Hotel.
Special guests will include
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schlesinger, Carlsbad, California;
Mr. and Mrs. David Barnes, Deer-
field Beach, Fla.; Ms. Judith
Barnes, New Rochelle, N.Y.; Dr.
Gloria Patton, Washington, D.C.;
Dr. Robert Ryan, Rochester, Min-
nesota; Ms. Deborah Campbell,
Akron, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Stephan, St. Petersburg, Ms.
Pearl Weiner, New Rochelle,
N.Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Kaplan, Reston, Va.
JAMEE GOLDSMITH
Jamee Elise Goldsmith,
Randy Barnes
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Stuart
Goldsmith, will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 21 at
11 a.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek. Rabbi Frank Sundheim
and Rabbi Joan Glazer Farber will
officiate.
James is a student in the
Schaarai Zedek 8th Grade
Religious School class and a
member of the Junior Youth
Group. She attends the Academy
of the Holy Names where she is in
the 8th Grade and has won an ef-
fort award. Jamee is on the Tern-
JCC To Have Family Sukkot Day
On Sunday, Sept. 29, the JCC
will decorate the Sukkot by the
pool. At 1 p.m. decorations will be
provided.
Following the decorating, there
will be a dairy covered dish picnic.
There will also be singing with
Leigh Zaleon, the new
Youth/Teen director who has a
very strong background in Jewish
music.
Bring your swimsuits, your
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pie Terrace Leaguerettes softball
team and dances with the
Firethorn Dance Studio. Before
attending the Academy of the Ho-
ly Names she was an honor stu-
dent at the Hillel School of
Tampa.
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Goldsmith
will host the Kiddush following
the services in honor of the occa-
sion and a reception on Saturday
evening at the Harbor Island
Hotel.
Special out of town guests, who
will celebrate with Jamee and her
family include her great-
grandfather, Isador Roffer,
Miami Beach; grandparents,
Elaine and Henry Ronson,
Tamarac, Florida, and Seymour
and Doris Goldsmith, Sarasota;
aunts and uncles, Alan and Phyllis
Ronson, Romy and Kyle, San
Diego, California; Ken, Karen,
and Russell Ronson, Spring
Valley, New York; and Richard,
Robin, and Adam Appel, Wayside,
New Jersey. Many close friends
and family will be here from
California, New York, and various
parts of Florida.
A Friday evening dinner will be
hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Steven
Field.
The welcoming guest baskets
are being provided by Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Ralson.
The Oneg Shabbat will be
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Meil Crystal,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Farber, Dr.
and Mrs. Jay Older, Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Rudolph, Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen Sergay, and Dr. and Mrs.
David Solomon.
A Sunday morning brunch will
be hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Eatroff.
WILLIAM CARMODY
William E. Carmody, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John P. Carmody, Jr.
will be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 28 at
11 a.m. at Congregation Schaarai
Zedek. Rabbi Frank Sundheim
ind Rabbi Joan Farber will
jfficiate.
William is a student in the 8th
Grade of Schaaray Zedek
Religious School and a member of
the Junior Youth Group. He is in
the gifted program and the 8th
Grade at Horace Mann Junior
nigh School.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carmody will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
Friday evening services in honor
of the occasion and a reception
Saturday evening at the Lincoln
Hotel.
Special guests will include
grandparents, Jeanette and
Elsworth Ginsberg, St. Louis
Esther Blumoff, Jane and Julie
Hanaford, Jules Kantor, Jessica
Lias, Charles MacFall, and Mary
Johler, St. Louis; Arthur and
Lawrence Ginsberg, Los Angeles.
William is the grandson of
Marge and ChaVles Meyers, and
Dr. John P. Carmody, St. Louis.
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Congregations/Organizations Events
BBYO
Youth Advisors Needed
The B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization is looking for depen-
dable, mature people to serve as
volunteer advisors for the BBYO.
If you have a genuine liking for
youth and enjoy working with
them; if you have a firm commit-
ment to Judaism and to Jewish
life; if you are willing to work
under close supervision and par-
ticipate in ongoing training; and
you are at least 21 years old we
would like to meet you. Please call
the BBYO office at 872-4451 to ar-
range for an interview.
BBG
Any girls wishing to join BBG
who are in the 9th-12th grades
please call Shelly or Diane Pozin
at 837-9892. The meetings are
Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center.
SINGLES SCENE
Tampa Bay Jewish Singles
In The Days Of Yore
Hail Ye! Hail Ye! Join the Tarn
pa Bay Jewish Singles in the days
of yore for a "Unique Dining Ex-
perience" at "Medieval Times."
Climb aboard a deluxe motor
coach and party up and back to
Kissimmee on Oct. 6. We will pro-
vide cups, ice, and munchies. You
"Bring your own Bottle." Then
experience an exciting and unique
dining extravaganza! Root for
your favorite jousting knight,
watoh the magician and enjoy the
rustic dining on pewter plates,
while serfs wait on you.
Cost includes bus transporta-
tion, dinner and the show. RSVP
with full payment of $29 per per-
son to the Tampa Jewish Com-
munity Center, 2808 Horatio St..
Tampa, FL 33609. For more in-
Miss Jackie
To Be At JCC
The Jewish Community Center
is proud to present a program by
"Miss Jackie", who will be ap-
pearing at the Center on Satur-
day, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. for pre-
schoolers and their parents, and
at 7:30 p.m. for grade schoolers
and parents. If you have both age
children, the 6 p.m. performance
would be best. We suggest you
come in pajamas (the children),
ready to go home to bed and
this will be the best bedtime even-
ing you've experienced in a long
time! Pre-paid tickets are $7.50 a
family, $10.00 at the door.
Say Hello To Misa Jackie
"Miss Jackie" Weissman is an
accomplished musician, composer,
author and singer. She studied
piano with Dr. Wiktor Labunski
and Ms. Joann Baker at the
University of Missouri Kansas Ci-
ty Conservatory of Music, and
composition with the well-known
Dr. Merton Shatshkin. She also
studied Jazz Composition with
John Elliott and the Orff Method
with Grace Nash. (
She holds a Master's Degree in
Early Childhood Education and is
an adjunct instructor at Emporia
State University. Miss Jackie is
also a monthly columnist for The
Instructor Magazine, one of the
leading educational journals and
the former host of a television
show for children. She makes fre-
quent appearances today on both
radio and television talk shows
throughout the country.
Miss Jackie has an unusual mix-
ture of abilities. She is both an
outstanding performer and an
outstanding teacher. The com-
bination has made her a popular
figure at conferences and
workshops for educators, fre-
quently as a keynote speaker.
Meanwhile, critics have written
of her performances: "Whenever
Miss Jackie performs, she brings
with her delightful spngs, a wa\ n
sense of humor, and wonderful
entertainment.
call 872-4451
797-3536
or
formation, please
(Hillsborough)
(Pinellas).
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Brotherhood Brunch
The Schaarai Zedek
Brotherhood will kick off the New
Year with a Lox and Bagel
Brunch Sunday, Sept. 22, at 9:45
a.m. at the Temple. All Temple
men are invited, for those with
children in the Religious School,
be smart and volunteer to drive
the car pool.
The notable Jeff Arthur will be
the guest speaker. He has receiv-
ed national attention for his
custom music for radio, TV, and
films.
Join us for a morning of
camaraderie.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Albert Aronovitz Post 373
This is an open letter to all
Jewish War Veterans in the Tam-
pa area:
There has been a persistent
myth that Jews did not take an ac-
tive role in our country's wars.
We, of course, know otherwise;
however, it is our obligation to
properly convey the true facts and
disprove these false
misconceptions.
If you are presently a member
of a JWV Post, then we urge you
to attend your Post's meetings
and take an active part in their
activities.
CONGREGATION
B'NAI ISRAEL
ST. PETERSBURG
SINGLES SCENE
To Hoat Fifth Annual
Jewish Singles Event
Congregation B'nai Israel
Singles cordially invite all Tampa
If you are not a member, now is Bay area Jewish Singles to our
the time to join our ranks and Fifth Annual Cocktail party. The
stand up to be counted.
We are justly proud of our
record of American Jewish
Military Service in defense of our
country. Our many war dead gave
the supreme sacrifice of their lives
so that we may live in peace.
With malice toward none, with
charity for all, with firmness in
the right as God gives us to see
the light, let us strive on to finish
the work we are in, to bind up the
nation's wounds, to care for him
who shall have borne the battle,
and for his widow and his orphan,
to do ail which may achieve and
cherish a just and lasting peace
among ourselves and with all
nations.
We welcome all JWV members
and Patron Members that have
moved into our area to join us at
our monthly meetings.
Our meetings are held the last
Sunday morning of each month at
the Jewish Community Center.
For more information please
call Jerome Posner, Commander,
Albert Aronovitz Post No. 373,
885-3103.
date is Sunday, Sept. 22, from 7 to
10 p.m., and will be held at A.G.
Mingles, 16 Second St. North in
St. Petersburg.
This annual event promises to
exceed our previous years by of-
fering you a chance to get out and
meet other Jewish Singles in the
area in the light and relaxing at-
mosphere of downtown St. Pete's
newest "in place" A.G. Mingles
at Jannus Landing. So start
the New Year off right by meeting
new friends and greeting old ones!
A special bar will be set up with Misspent Youth will provide
speaker will t* r^
Syme. vice president of
of American Hebrew fv
tions. He will share his fi2
the spiritual thrust of
Judaism with Conor*
Schaarai Zedek on F&
27. at 8 p.m. HissubS:
"When Pain and TragSyV
Summerfegt III
"Summerfest III'
better as it moves this yeX"L
Florida State FaireSl
Sunday, Sept. 22 frjjgl
to 7:30 p.m. Nine top area?
Fred Johnson with
Kenyatta, Carib Cool <
Hendrix and Osborne Jeff i
and the Jingle Jypsi
Date, Mood Futures f
Bob Macar, Kevin StewwJ
flappy Hour prices; munchies and
live entertainment provided.
Admission is $4. RSVP's re-
quested, but not required. For
more information call Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel at 381-4900.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAIZEDEK
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Southeast
Council Week-end
During the weekend of Sept.
27-29, the Board of the Southeast
Council of the UAHC will be
meeting in Tampa. Their keynote
tinuous music.
an
It will be a great family d.J
i antique car show
games for all ages, moon,
pony rides, face paintinir,
hot a* balloon, a basha^>.
drinks dancers and good food!
Admission $3 with
under 12 free. "Summerfeti
is sponsored by the So
Group of the Suicide and I
Center and proceeds are
tant to maintaining the 241
operation of the Center.
Rose Petal
Showers.
Dancing Til Dawn.
Laughter And
Tearsi
A Dinners
A Toast.
For all the special moments in your
life, remember The Harbour Island Hotel. A
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SEPTEMBER COMMUNITY CALENDAR

CANDLELIGHTING TIME:
SEPTEMBER 20,7:09 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 27,7:01p.m.
OCTOBER 4,6:53 p.m.
Su^S%2S*?}keeah Sound"
WMNF 88.5 FM 10:30 a.m.-l p.m.
20
:00 KOL AMI SHABBAT
8:00 RODEPB SHOLOM
SPECIAL SERVICES
22
9:00 SCHAARAI ZEDEK
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
BEGINS
9:30 'JEWISH WAR
VETERANS GENERAL ,
MEETING
9:30 'JEWISH WAR
VETERANS AUXILIARY
GENERAL MEETING
9:30 SCAARAI ZEDEK
BROTHERHOOD BRUNCH
10:45 RODEPH SHOLOM
CEMETERY SERVICES
11:30 SCHAARAI ZEDEK
SthZFTY
29
9:00 RODEPH SHOLOM
SISTERHOOD SUKKAT
DECORATING
1:00 'JEWISH COMMUN1
TY CTR BUILD *
DECORATE SUKKAT
PARTY
1:00 KOL AMI BONEEM
MTG.
5:00 JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER CL08E8
5:15 KOL AMI SUKKAT
DINNER
7:00 SCHAARAI ZEDEK
SUKKAT SERVICES
7:15 RODEPH SHOLOM
SUKKAT SERVICES
7:30 KOL AMI SUKKAT
SERVICES
23
7:30 KOL AMI AD JOUR-
NAL MEETING
8:00 SCHAARAI ZEDEK
BOARD MEETING
30
SUKKAT
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER CLOSED
KOL AMI-NO
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
24
5:00 JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
CLOSES
6:15 and 8:30
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
SERVICES
6:45 KOL AMI
SERVICES
7:30 RODEPH SHOLOM
SERVICES
OCTOBER 1
SUKKAT
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER CLOSED
11:00 ORT/BAY
HORIZONS CHAP. RE-
ENROLLMENT
MEETING
KOL AMI NO
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
7:30 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK ADULT
HEBREW EDUCATION
7:80
HADASSAH/AMEET
25
Yom Kippur
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER CLOSED
9:00 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK SERVICES
9:30 KOL AMI
SERVICES
10:00 RODEPH
SHOLOM SERVICES
NO JEWISH
COMMUNITY FOOD
BANK
BOARD MEETING
8:00 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK
BROTHERHOOD
BOARD MTG.
10:00 'JEWISH
COMMUNITY FOOD
BANK
10:00 RODEPH
SHOLOM
SISTERHOOD
MEMBERSHIP MTG.
7:45 KOL AMI
SISTERHOOD BOARD
MEETING
26
10:30 RODEPH
SHOLOM
SISTERHOOD BOARD
MEETING
6:30 BUSINESS AND
PROF. WOMEN'S
NETWORK GENERAL
MEETING
7:30 KOL AMI
FELLOWSHIP
MEETING
7:50 KOL AMI
EXECUTIVE BOARD /
MEETING ,'
8:00 TAMPA JEWISH
FED. COMMITTEE
MEETINGS
8:00 RODEPH SHOLOM
BOARD MEETING
9:30 BRANDEIS
WOMEN BOARD
MEETING
7:00 HILLEL SCHOOL
OPEN HOUSE
12:30 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK RELIGIOUS
SCHOOL COMMITTEE
27
SOUTHEAST U.A.H.C.
BOARD
8:00 KOL AMI YOUTH
SERVICE
8:00 RODEPH
SHOLOM SUKKAT
SERVICE
8:00 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK
CONSECRATION AND
i FAMILY 8ERVICE
21

S:30 KOL AMI SHABBAT
SERVICES
10:00 RODEPH SHOLOM
SPECIAL SERVICES
7:00 JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND "TREE OF LIFE"
AWARD DINNER
SENATOR PAULA
HAWKINS
28
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
SUNCOAST COUNCIL
OF TEMPLE
BROTHERHOODS
10:00 KOL AMI
KADIMA AND USY .
SERVICE
EV JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
TEEN-SATURDAY
NIGHT LIVE

Obituaries^
Tor Unity and Shared Destiji^' u ti
lERKOWITZ
pi?n Marry. 7, of 502 Crestover Drive,died
hursdsy August 28, 1985, from injuries
lined in an automobile-bicycle accident.
I Tampa resident for seven years, she was a
(ludnnt at St Mary's Episcopal Day School
wa a member of Congregation
Ichaarai Zi-dek. She is survived by her
rents. HertM-rt and Gloria; a brother.
ter. and her grandfather, Joseph E.
ems of Palm Harbor, two uncles. Dr. Ber-
Berkowiu, Clearwater, and Alan
erkowitz. Stone Mountain, Ga., and an
at, Anita Kussoy, Plainview, NY. Con-
nbutions may be made to the March of
Mies or favorite charity.
DHEN
fonnie. 77. of Tampa, died Wednesday,
ptember 4, 1986. A Tampa resident for 30
from Wilmington, N.C., she was a
hoolttacher. She is survived by two step-
ni, Fred of Orlando and Leonard of Long
N.Y.; a stepdaughter, Phyllis Eps-
"f Long Island, N.Y.; two brothers.
old Jeffers of Bath, N.C.. and Maurice
(Tenon of Durham. N.C.; a sister. Pearl
Mler of Washington, N.C.; eight grand
'dren, and four great-grandchildren.
CHINE
[ithan. 74, of 3007 KeaU, died September
11985 at his residence. He was a native of
ndgeport. Connecticut, and a resident of
np since 1960. He was a member of
tinn Srhaarai Zedek and the
'e was a
tormer member and president of the Florida
State Golf Association and a member of
Palma Ciee, Golf and Country Club. He was
the original owner of the Tampa Motor
Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Marion;
daughter, Judy, both of Tampa; grandson,
Michael of Charleston, S.C.; three sisters,
Florence Marks of I'ompano Beach,
Beatrice Kantrowitt of Bridgeport, Conn.,
and Helen Gold of Westville. Conn.; and
many nieces and nephews and grandnieces
and nephews. Contributions may be made to
the American Cancer Society or the chanty
of your choice.
SALES
Bert, former director of State of Israel
Bonds in Tampa and Palm Beach, died last
month at the age of 62 Mr Sales had
retired from the Israel Bond Organization in
March, after a career that spanned 35 years
with Development Corporation for Israel
He began with the Bond Organisation in
1951 covering small communities in Penn
sylvania. Ohio and West Virginia. He was
responsible during that period of 26 years in
the training of many future executives in
the corporation.
Known for his innovative ideas, Mr. Sales
became director of the Tampa office in 1974.
At that time, his responsibilities included
most of the State of Florida. From $500,000
in sales, Israel Bonds increased annually to
over $6 million at his retirement. He is sur-
vived by his wife Marilyn, a son and
daughter, and two grandchildren.
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us a good year, "Tihadesh Aleinu
Shana Tova." During this holiday
season, Jews throughout the
world voice an individual and col-
lective longing for spiritual
renewal for ourselves, family and
congregations, prayer that unite
all Jews together as one people.
It is these Days of Awe that help
us to experience a sense of belong-
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ferent ideologies, a familial unity
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fellowship which transcends these
preferences.
Despite the many divisions that
separate us by practice and
theology, we lay claim to a com-
mon history, language and God.
Whether Orthodox, Conservative,
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these similar dimensions of our
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feeling of oneness with each
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bring about increased understan-
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mutual respect and acceptance for
one another's philosophy.
Divergent views and interpreta-
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the centuries have always
benefited Jewish life and enhanc-
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restore this confidence and
mutual appreciation.
Such is the challenge of every
person and group to seek ways of
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The Jewish Community Center
..
Center Piece
YOUTH
MI
JACKIE
JACKIE WEI8SMAN from
Kansaa City Early Childhood
Specialist In Jswlsh Music
will or snt "Slumber
Party" for chNdron and their
famMM on Saturday,
OCTOBER 19,19*5
MO pro-school
7:30 grade school
Corns In your "Jammles"
roady toy homo and Jump
Into boo with Miss locale
doing the boat bodtlma
stories and songs you've
COST:
$7.50 family pre-pald
$10 family at door
INDIVIDUAL
INSTRUMENT
INSTRUCTION
Piano Suzuki Guitar
Beginners-Advanced Children-
Adults
For further information, con-
tact the JCC at 872-4461.
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, or
arts and crafts party. The package
includes: a party leader, set-up, I
serve and clean-up; birthday cake,
ice cream, drinks, invitations; par-
ty favors all for only $3.75 per
child! Minimum of 10 children, I
please. The Center is available for
parties on Sundays, 2-4 p.m., on a
first-come, first-served basis. For
details and reservations, call
Leigh Zaleon at 872-4451. Reser-
vations must be made two weeks
or more in advance.
AFTER SCHOOL
PROGRAM
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 dairy 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
Mabry, Mitchell, St Mary's, Gor-
rie). Fees for this would be $5
week/members, $7.50 week/non-
members.
FIRST SUNDAY FUNDAY
To Be October 27
An Israeli day is beig planned for
our first Sunday Funday on Oct.
27 from 1 to 3 p.m. for K-6th
graders. We will be making filafel
flaying Israeli games, doing
sraeli Arts and Crafts, and sing-
ing Israeli songs and dances. Cost
will be $2 for the day, $3 for non-
members. Please let us know you
are coming. A pickup will be pro-
vided for North-end children if
requested.
1NMEMORIAM
The entire board, staff and
membership of the Jewish
Community Center extend
heartfelt condolences to Herb,
Gloria and Peter Berkowitx
on the death of their beloved
daughter and sister, Ellen.
Our deepest sympathies are
with the Berkowitz family, i
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.
KINDERGYM
Special physical activities for
Kindergarten children will be
starting on Sept 24 from 3:15 to
4:15. Lisea Leonard, our new
Physical Education Assistant will
be leading the class. Please call
Bill for further information.
THE JCC WELCOMES
NEW YOUTH/TEEN
DIRECTOR
The JCC extends a warm Tam-
pa welcome to Leigh Zaleon, our
new Youth/Teen Director.
Originally from South Carolina,
Leigh comes to us most recently
from Atlanta. She has a degree in
Early Childhood Education and
Children's drama, and she virtual-
ly grew-up in the SEFTY move-
ment. In Greensboro, N.C., Leigh
was the Musical Director at Tem-
ple Emmanuel, as well as a stu-
dent teacher at the Hebrew Day
School there. She also taught
creative drama classes and
directed Children's Theatre
productions.
Leigh is eagerly looking for-
ward to meeting all you Tweens
and Teens, as well as implemen-
ting new and exciting grade
school programs. Welcome,
Leigh! We're delighted to have
you with us!
TWEEN/TEENS
FIRST SATURDAY
NIGHT LIVE
TO BE OCTOBER 26
The first Saturday Night Live
for teens, grades 9-12 has been
postponed to Oct. 26 to insure a
perfect evening. The Teen Coun-
cil, comprised of leaders of each
Jewish Youth Group in Tampa, is
organizing to present a super
beginning of what could be THE
place to be. Watch for further
advertisement.
TWEEN/TEENS
TWEEN TIME
Hey Tween (7th-8th graders)!
You have your own special group.
Join other area tweens for an
assortment of fun-flavored ac-
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. Call Leigh at the
JCC if you missed our first plann-
ing meeting on Sept. 12.
TWEEN AND TEEN
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.
TWEEN
TAILGATE PARTY
AT THE BUCS GAME!!
OCTOBER 13
Why should adults have all the
fun, let's have a party too!!
We'll do it at the stadium, eat
first then YEAH or BOO.
JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH
BASKETBALL TEAMS
The JCC Junior/Senior High
Basketball Teams will play a 12
game schedule against State JCC,
local schools, and YMCA's plus
tournaments 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 basket-
ball teams are: $30/Members and
$45/Non-Members.
ANOTHER JCC FAMILY DAY
SHARE OUR 8UKK0T
Decorate Our Snkkah
Covered Dish Lunch
(Dairy, please)
Sing with Leigh
Sunday, Sept., 29 -1 p.m
RSVP
Jewish Commaaity Center
2808 Horatio St. 872-4451
PRACTICE SCHEDULE
STARTING OCTOBER 15
FOR BOTH
JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH
Junior High Team (7, 8, 9th
grades) Tuesday, 6:30-8 pan.;
Thursday, 6:30 p.m.-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.
BIDDY SOCCER
LEAGUE (KOL AMI)
3rd and 4th grade league
Practice begins
1-2:30 p.m.; 5th-6th grade league
Practice begins
2:30-4 p.m.
SINGLES
JEWISH SINGLES
COUNCIL'S UPCOMING
EVENTS
Sept. 3 Happy Hour
Sept 22 Singles at Mingles
Oct 2 Movie Night/Happy
Hour
Oct. 6 Medieval Times
Excursion
Oct. 19 An Evening Under
the Stars
Oct. 20 Dance at Bombay
Bicycle Club
Oct. 26 Deli and Drinks/Game
Night
Contact Rick Myers (through
the JCC) for further information.
ADULTS
VOLUNTEER
COMMITTEES
NOW FORMDiG
How would you like to be a
more active member of your JCC?
The possibilities are endless! We
are now in the process of organiz-
ing standing departmental com-
mittees for the coming year,
which will include: Pre-School,
Youth, P.E., Tween/Teena, Camp,
Adult and Special Programs.
Your input and active participa-
tion would be most welcome!
Please call the Center, and we will
refer you to the appropriate staff
member.
STRANGERS AND
OTHER DANGERS
SEMINAR AT KOL AMI
TJSS SPEAKER
OCT. 23, 7 P.M.
The JCC will host a workshop
for parents entitled Strangers and
Other Dangers on Wednesday,
Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. at Kol Ami in the
Library. Robin King of Tampa
Jewish Social Services, will show
a film and speak regarding skills
and knowledge necessary to teach
their children non-alarmist, prac-
tical and realistic strategies that
will help keep them safe from
assault and crimes. Cost for the
program is $5 a family.
Please call the Center to pre-
register for this very important
program. Please note this is a
change of date from the Fall Pro-
gram Guide.
"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., first session
was Sept. 9 (for six weeks).
Sept. 23 TJSS (Tampa Jewish
Social Services; TOPS (Tampa,
Orlando, Pinellas)
Please register for this pro-
gram, even though there is no
charge, so that we are assured
that this is of interest to the com-
munity and will be well attended.
"MY FAIR SADIE"
Rehearsals for the 1985
blockbuster musical hit "My Fair
Sadie," are now underway. If you
overslept and missed our audi-
tions on Sept. 8, or if your eyes
were closed ss you perused The
Floridian and you missed all our
previous information, it's not too
late to join our cast! Call Terry.
Or, if you're interested in
something behind-the-scenes, give
Johanna Barat a call.
Ada will be sold, 2-inch, to help
support our "thestre" at the JCC.
If you would like to buy an "ad"
for $25, mail your business card
with check to the JCC. Patrons
will be listed for $18.
NU-COMER'S 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 (hiring a 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.
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Sept. 22-Adult Ten
der; Singles at Mir
Sept. 23 Travell
Meeting; "Know Your|
munity" Series
Sept. 25 Israeli
Club; Improvisi
Unlimited
Sept. 26 Nt
Club
Sept. 28 Satu
Live For Teens
Sept. 29
Celebration
Oct. 2 Singles'
Night
Oct. 9 Israeli
Oct. 15 Junionl
High Basketball beginl
Oct. 16 Str
Other Dangers
Oct. 19 Miss
Slumber Party
ADULT TENNlJ
LADDER
A Men's and
Ladder will be starting!
and ending on Nov. 24. |
will be given to
runners-up. Members
Register in P.E. Office.
ISRAELI
DANCING CLt
Want to learn son
dances or just brush-up|
next Bar Mitzvah? Then
Wednesday evenings 8-1C
fun-filled Israeli Dance C
wonderful way to
friends and renew old i
Cost is $1 members, $
members.
SENIORS!
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designed to get your
juices flowing. Stretch
agination and your
vocabulary. Learn to r
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