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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Volume 7 Number 26
Tampa, Florida Friday, December 27, 1985
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JThe Super Sunday Cabinet is making plans
Utanding are Donald Linsky, Elaine Linsky,
\Dan Alber, Jerilyn Goldsmith, Don Wein-
bren, and Betty Shalett. Seated from left are
Lisa Bush, Jane Spector, Jan Wuliger, and
Lee Tobin.
Super Sunday '86 Kickoff
"To Give Life Is To Live" is
he message to be conveyed as
ewish communities across the
lited States come together to
jelp Jews worldwide. The Tampa
ommunity will also be pulling
ether in this all-out effort on
luper Sunday, Feb. 2.
jTampa Jewish Federa-
I : United Jewish Appeal
general Campaign Chairman
oug Cohn has announced the for-
ation of the "J-Team" as Super
lunday Co-chairwomen: Jane
Spector and Jan Wuliger. Under
their leadership the following
Cabinet has been selected: Paul
Sper, New Gifts; Dan Albert,
Recruitment; Lee Tobin and Don
Weinbren, Arrangements; JoAnn
Schoenbaum, Super Week; and
Jerilyn Goldsmith and Elaine Lin-
sky, Publicity.
The Super Sunday Campaign
Cabinet is currently seeking
volunteers to reach the $125,000
goal. In the coming weeks letters
will be sent to the community ask-
ing individuals to donate two
hours of their time between 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 2, at the
Jewish Community Center, either
by working the phones or by pro-
viding non-phone assistance.
"We know we can count on the
Tampa community to give
generously of their time and
through their pledges," stated
Spector and Wuliger, "and look
forward to another successful
Super Sunday."
Tampa Bay and Central Florida
Welcomes Shaliach To Community
[On Tuesday Dec. 10, the Tampa
Vy and Central Florida Jewish
(immunities welcomed Amos
bron and his family upon their
rival from Israel. The arrival of
Dorons marks the first time
M Tampa and the communities
Central Florida will participate
the Israeli Shaliach program.
Doron, as Shaliach, serves as
> iple to people emissary from
i neople of Israel to the people
[the Tampa Area. His two year
pignment is jointly sponsored by
he Jewish Community Center of
npa, Betar, and the American
onist Youth Foundation. Mr.
Doron's background uniquely
qualifies him for his position in
that he has had extensive ex-
perience in the fields of education
and community development. In
addition, he and his family were
the Shaliachs assigned to The City
of Melbourne in Australia.
During their two year stay the
Dorons will work closely with our
communities to increase the
already strong understanding and
ties between the Jews of Central
Florida and the Israelis. As a
special part of his mission Mr.
Doron plans to focus a significant
amount of his attention on work-
ing with the Jewish youth in the
area with the intent of increasing
their awareness and interest in
the State of Israel. Individuals or
organizations who are interested
in contacting Mr. Doron with
regard to the shaliach program
should call him at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Tampa (813)
872-4451. In addition any in-
dividual who is interested in par-
ticipating on the shaliach commit-
tee which is being set up to foster
this new interchange between
Israel and our communities con-
tact Dr. Mitchell Silverman at
(813) 974-2815, or 974-2345.
Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
recently held its first Campaign mini-
yinence in conjunction with the Pinells
fttfy Women's Division. Shown above are:
Post, UJA Staff associate; Aida
mnan. Women's Division 1986 Campaign
^o-(JHairwoman; Nancy Lipojj, Miami,
workshop lecturer; Marsha Sherman, Con-
ference Co-Chairwoman; Esther Gordon,
workshop lecturer; Elisa Greenberg, Pinellas
County Women's Division President; and
Barbara Goldman, UJA Florida Women's
Division Director.
The Tampa Jewish community
is invited to one of the most sen-
sitive and disturbing dramas of
our time. Winner of several major
theatre awards including The
Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this
classic was taken from the diary
of a high spirited Jewish girl. The
play depicts the lives of eight Jews
who went into hiding in 1942, and
spent over two years in a cramped
attic over a warehouse in Amster-
dam to escape the Gestapo.
Directed by the Playmakers' Ar-
tistic Associate Robert Hatch, he
states, "Anne Frank is very close
to my heart, it's an enormously
scrupulous play filled with love,
humor, and despite its tragic en-
ding is ultimately uplifting. Con-
sidering the racism raging in the
world today, it's still very timely
and I'm afraid, always will be."
The role of Anne Frank is being
played by Eve Pincus, a freshman
at USF and winner of the Simberg
Scholarship for performing arts.
She's an accomplished actress,
having performed since the age of
three. Other cast members in-
clude: Marlene Kastner, Eddie
Griffin. Nancy Rubin, Lori Hunt,
Barbara Smith, Harry Frain, Rob
Walker, Richard DiPietra and
James Rayfield.
Bobbe Karpay, chairwoman of
the event being sponsored by the
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division as the opening
of the 1986 Campaign, stated,
"Ticket sales are going extremely
well, we anticipate a full house
people are even buying tickets as
gifts for relatives and friends."
The play will open Wednesday,
Jan. 8, 7:30 p.m., at the Cuban
Club in Ybor City. The Women's
Division will host the evening and
the champagne cocktail reception
following the play. At this premier
performance, individuals will have
an opportunity to make their 1986
Campaign commitment.
Ticket prices are $25 patron
seating; $15 patron children
(under 17), and $12 general admis-
sion. The seats are all reserved
and are being sold on a first-come,
first-served basis. Checks can be
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The Duty of A Civilized Race
The following is the winning
, Jay Michaelson in the
\u Contest sponsored by the
Jewish Federation
fomen'x Division during the
term nre of Soviet Jewry. The
nnd essay contests were
in nil eight and ninth graders
i HUM School and the religious
tools of Congregation Rodeph
olorn, Schaarai Zedek and Kol
it. The theme was: "A Powerful
We Will Set Them Free." While
any variations and interpreta-
re used among all the
\udents. the main theme of
Freedom" came through in all.
paricipants received Cer-
cates of Merit.
By JAY MICHAELSON
Grade 9, Kol Ami
At this moment, hundreds of in-
dicate satellites orbit our planet,
icketed into the vacuum of space
f fantastic machines ingeniously
signed by the human races's
brilliant minds. These silent
ons faithfully relaying
untless bits of information link-
^ men and women from all cor-
lers of the earth in unity. Yet,
lespite all of these wondrous com-
nunications marvels, three
billion of us are totally and
moroughjy excluded from the
fcorld community, separated from
ieir culture and people by a
uel. imperialist empire.
Of course, the exiles of which I
|8peak are the isolated men and
women living in fear in the Soviet
I'nion. All of our advancement in
dence and medicine is worthless
have no sense or morality or
sk freedoms of man. The old
yokel's line "They can put a man
on the moon, but..." fits with
farming poignancy in this case.
We can put men on the moon and
ilay stations in space, but three
nillion Jews cannot practice or
llearn about their customs and
|identity. They are trapped, not
wanting to apply for an exit visa,
he key to freedom. Applying
neans ridicule, scorn, and
discrimination. Some are sent to
errible and harsh prison camps
eminiscent of the Nazi hells of
orture and extermination. Just
daring to be free and exercise
heir G-d given right to worship as
ley please. How can a
[Superior" and "Advanced"
Civilization permit such injustices
to take place?
In recent years, only a minute
action of the once thriving
opulation is being allowed to
fmigrate from the prison land.
Subsequently, Soviet Jews only
know Judaism as some abstract,
remote concept which prohibits
them from departure. They are
not free to learn and so the rich
cultural heritage of Judaism is be-
ing lost in the Russian System.
Thousands of hard years have
melded a people unique and
distinct with a rich culture all
their own a culture being
murdered by inhuman killers of
the mind. We can change this, and
until the whole of mankind unites
to stop the senseless slaughter of
a whole race, we cannot even
dream of ourselves of an advanc-
ed, civilized species. An advanced,
civilized race would not allow such
injustices to be carried out
without retribution. It is our duty
as men and women to end the
perilous plight of a nation in exile,
for if we do not, they will not be
the only race doomed to
extinction.
The annual observance of Soviet Jewry con-
vened Dec. 12 at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom, sponsored by the Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division. Pictured are:
Ted Tench, keynote speaker representing Con-
gressman Michael Bilirakis who could not at-
tend as Congress was still in session; Jolene
Shor, President of Women's Division; Nancy
Mizrahi, President of Hadassah, Tampa
Chapter; Nat Doliner, Chairman of the Tam-
pa Jewish Federation Community Relations
Committee; and Betty Shalett, Vice President
of Special Projects for the Women's Division.
A Proclamation proclaming Dececember 12,
1985 as Tampa Human Rights Day was
presented by the City of Tampa to the Jewish
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Pictured at the Soviet Jewry observance at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom are: Gelina Belkin, who sang the opening anthem; Marcy
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of TampaTriday. December 27. 1985
The Chanukah Festival and Soviet Jewry March held Sunday,
Dee. 8, at the JCC proved to be a great success. "It was truly
wonderful to see all the* Jewish families attend from all over
Tampa," stated Steffie Hoff, Chairman of the Soviet Jewry
March,
Approximately ZOO people attended the celebration and par-
ticipated in the workshops, songs, candlelighting ceremony,
Soviet Jewry March and friendship circle. The candlelighting
ceremony was hosted by the Tampa Jewish Federation's Young
Adult Division. Pictured are Dede Jacobs, Diane Charme and
David Schoenblum.
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Banners e>ere displayed at the March by the
HUlel School. Rabbi Brusin briefly spoke on
Chanukah. Lee Tobin, President of the Tampa
Jewish Community Center and Judith
Rosenkranz, President of the Tampa Jewish
Federation lit the JCC menorah.
Readers Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Flonduvn:
Many thanks to the Men's Club
of Rodeph Sholom. They put on
another beautiful Chanukah Party
for the Seniors living at the
Jewish Towers and Mary Walker
Building, the third in a row. The
potato latkes were crisp, delicious
and plentiful. In fact we had se-
cond and third portions. Those
men sure know how to cook. In ad-
dition, each of us received a lovely
Chanukah gift. The whole pro-
gram was delightful from the
lighting of the Menorah candles to
the warm welcoming speeches by
Marty Pear, Rabbi Berger. and
Cantor Hauben who led us in
song. To cap it off. there was dan-
cing to the music of a live. 3-piece
band. Apparently, they enjoyed
giving the party, as much as we
seniors enjoyed the food, getting
together with our neighbors and
festivities. The Men's Club of
Rodeph Sholom really performed
a "mitzvah." I happen to be for-
tunate that I have my children
here, but many don't have family
here and miss the family get-
togetherness on Chanukah. We
are all looking forward to another
party next Chanukah.
DOROTHY GARRELL
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
We of the Tampa area, have the
opportunity to do something real-
ly special for our teens in the 9th
through the 12th grades. Moat of
our children are now going and
enjoying the youth groups that
are offered by the various
synagogues. Some of our teens,
go nowhere for they feel that they
have outgrown their own groups,
some are working and can't make
it to their weekly meetings, and
feel that they don't belong any
more. Others, have never been af-
filiated with any organization.
What some of us do not realize
is that we also have an ADDED
BONUS for those who are af-
filiated, and a great opportunity
for those who are not It is called
"TEEN COUNCIL." It does not
take away from USY or SCHZfty
or BBYO, it can only enhance
them and give something to the
non-involved youth.
The Council, when used by the
teens will enable them to meet the
Jewish teens from all over the
Greater Bay Area. This group
usually meets once a month to
program for one big monthly
event. They can be as involved as
they want to be, from the beginn-
ing stages, of planning an event to
just coming to the programs.
This is the age when our
children are beginning to think
about, or are already dating: in
some cases they have been with
the same Jewish friends since
Hebrew school, and they don't like
the idea of dating these friends for
they are more like brothers and
sisters then a possible "boy or girl
friend.'' With Teen Council they
will be able to meet new friends
from our Jewish community.
As parents the opportunity I
was talking about was for you to
actively support the idea of teen
council. All the synagogues in the
area will be informed of the ac-
tivities as they are being schedul-
ed. Leigh Zaleon who has been the
Leigh's help have already pro-
grammed for Dec. 22 a Bar B-Que
with the teens from Miami. On
Jan. 19 there is'to be a vei
special program with Tamp.
Jewish Family Services, and in
February there is scheduled a ski
trip for the weekend of the 6th
(Gasparilla Weekend). As you can
see the teens are actively pro-
gramming for the year ahead.
Your son or daughter may call the
JCC for any information as to the
next meeting or the next
program.
This can be one of the best
things that has ever happened for
the Jewish teens of Tampa, our'
answer to Young Life.
director of Teen Council, has a great job. The teens, i done with Shellv Poiin Interested Mother
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Left to right: Minnie Posner, Helen Males, Celia Fagan, Janet
Lynn, Alice Israel, Fay Bachman, Ruth Kirschner, Mollte Rich.
(VA Photo by: Warren Boutchia)
Jewish War Veterans and Ladies
Auxiliary Celebrates Chanukah
The James A. Haley Veterans'
Hospital celebrated their annual
Chanukah Service. Rabbi
Theodore Brod conducted the
festive service for patients, staff,
and visitors. This service was
covered by closed circuit televi-
sion throughout the hospital for
bed patients. Rabbi Brod was
assisted in the service by the
Jewish War Veterans and Aux-
iliary, Albert Aronovitz Post No.
373 with musk provided by the
Towerettes, directred by Anne
Spector. Greetings and welcome
were given by the Chief, Chaplain
Service, William P. Moore and
hospital Director, Richard A.
Silver. The Dramatic Reading and
Kindling of Candles was perform
ed by Jerry and Minnie Posner
assisted by the members of the
JWV Auxiliary as Anne Spector
sang the blessings.
Gulf Coast Counties Council
Ladies Auxiliary provided
and the refreshments.
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Friday, December 27, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 5
Israel or America: Home For the Jews?
By JONATHAN SETTEL
Three days ago I got off the
plane in New York. I had a three
hour wait until my next flight left
for Orlando. As I sipped my cof-
fee, my mind reached back over
the last two weeks. I had spent
them in Israel. I knew my body
was back in the states, but where
was my heart?
Israel, a country one-fifth the
size of Florida. A land where the
eyes of the world have been locked
for thousands of years. A land
where man has been in turmoil
and fights his brother for access to
the place he covets. Israel, the
land where Jews finally can walk
with their heads up and not be
afraid to be Jews.
I left my hotel on Shabbat, and
walked to the Western Wall. On
my head I wore my kippa. There
had been many times in my life
*ind in various cities in this nation,
when I have worn my Yarmulkha,
to and from the "Bet Kinnesset"
(synagogue). Each time I had got-
ten a variety of responses. All
were negative. This night
however, was different from all
other nights. On this night no one
looked at me and gave that, "Oh,
look at the Jew" look. Nobody
stopped at a red light and made
crude comments. I was one of so
many Jews just walking the
street. My street. What a joy!
What freedom! I could be just who
,am, and not worry about those
nbtle feelings of hostility.
Mentioning this to some of my
friends they said, "Not here, not
in America. Couldn't happen
here .. we love America .
America is our home we're
Americans first." Among the un-
forgettable experiences I had in
The Land, was Yad Vashem in
Jerusalem. Yad Vashem is a
memorial to the six-million Jes
ho died in the Holocaust. The
roups of people who perished in
Nazi Germany cried out to me.
They too had once said they were
Germans first, Before they were
Jews. To Theodore Herzl they had
boasted of their German culture
and German national pride. "We
don't need your Israel, we don't
need your Hebrew." Germany and
the Kaiser were more than
enough for them. Yes, those eyes
burned into me and pleaded that
Jews shouldn't make the game
mistake twice.
Israel is not a pipe dream of
some poet playwright. It is not the
idea of some distant dreamer
| whose life is miserable and is in
of another home other than
country of birth. Israel is the
birthright of all Jews. And yes, it
would be hard to adjust to the dif-
ferent lifestyle and yes,
Israel's inflation is boiling
over... and yes. The Land* is full
of rocks and politics and surround-
ed by enemies that would destroy
her. if only they could. But
people have been trying to destroy
her for every generation since the
Exodus and they will continue
to try and they will continue
to fail. If one is to judge the future
by the past, the Jews will never be
destroyed G-d does not lie.
Editor'8 Note: Jonathan Settel
lives in Winter Springs, Florida.
ONLY IN ISRAEL
By JONATHAN SETTEL
Only in Israel
Do the vast sea of grey rocks
Do the dry dirt particles
Do the rolling hills themselves
Sing the songs of history
10 happen.
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Does the waste of the desert
Promise life from the blocks of
land
carved out of nothing
made into soft, yielding hope
ofa i
a people.
Only in Israel
Can the words spoken so long
ago
Find life today.
Only in Israel
Can we feel the breath of life
Breathed into the prophets
mouth
O Israel, my Israel .
How you stir my soul to
reflection,
To remember that which has not
vet happened
and to cause me to watch
and to wait on that which has
been foretold
ofold.
And all the trees of the field
Will clap their hands
And the Galilee fills her shores
with gladness.
To the coming home
her people.
To the regathering of her
children,
to the return of her promise.
To the rebirth of Her spirit.
Only in Israel
Can we see the impossible
become possible
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during the recent holiday.
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The Mitzvah of Sharing Chanukah
Peter Kaufman*
Joshua Bmsin
Bar Mitzvah
PETER KAl FMANN
Peter Kaufman, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Barry Kaufmann will be call-
ed to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Dec. 28. at 11 a.m. at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
Rabbi Fran Glazer Farber and
Rabbi Theodore Brod will
officiate.
Peur the 8th grade at the
Hillel School. He is on the Honor
Roll and the Safety Patrol. Peter
has studied violin for five years
and play? in the Hillsborough
County Junior Strings Orchestra.
He plays competition tennis and
holds both state and local rank-
ings. In addition be water skiis
and enjoys computer programm-
ing and word processing.
Friday evening Oneg Shabbat
will be sponsored by Friends and
Chavurim of the Kaufmann
Family
Dr. and Mrs. Barry Kaufman
will host the Kiddusti Luncheon
following services in honor of the
occasion. There will be a dinner at
their home for out-of-town family
and friends Saturday evening.
A Sunday mroning Brunch will
be hosted by Barry-Lili Kaufmann
at Carrollwood Village Golf and
Tennis Club Family and friends
from New Y -k California. North
Carolina and Kentucky will be
joining to celebrate the Simcha.
JOSHUA BRL SIN
Joshua Francis Brusin. son of
Rabbi Dav.d and Sandy Brusin.
will be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah abbat Yeyyechi.
Saturday Dec 28. at 9:30 a.*m. at
Congregation Kol Ami. Rabbi H
Darid Rose and Cantor Sam Isaak
will officiate.
Rabbi "Uncle") Lawrence Pin-
sker from New York will deliver
the sermon Friday evening and
the charge to Joshua on Shabbat
morning Joshua will share this
occasion symbolically with Albert
Katz frcrr. Kahenev. USSR, who
has beer, denied the expression of
his Jewisr. heritage.
Joshua crade student at
the H "x of Tampa. In ad-
dition to his formal Jewish educa-
tion. Joshua has spent one sum-
mer in Israel and two summers at
Camp Rarnah r. New England
Joshu. -ecided that he will
distribute a portion of the monies
he re- -nor of hit Bar
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Yah to various chanties here
and in Israel.
Rabbi David and Sandi Brusin
are hosting the Oneg Shabbat
after services on Friday and a kid-
dush luncheon after services on
Saturday. Marvin and Hattie
Brusin. Joshua's grandparents,
are hosting a reception Saturday
evening at the home of Rabbi
David and Sandy Brusin as well as
a brunch Sunday morning for out-
of-town guests.
^ Friends and relatives from
ago, Davis. California.
Detroit. Durham. North Carolina,
the east coast of Florida, Cherry
Hill. New Jersey. New York, and
Ixhus are joining in the sim-
cha. These include Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Babbitt and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Brusin. Mr. and Mrs. Jav
Cline. Neil and David Cline. Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Cole and familv.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gould. Mr.
Jack Itzkowitz. and Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Kabel.
Also. Adam and Scott Kabel.
Mrs Ann Klein. Mr. and Mrs
Elliot Levine and family. Ms. Mar
ci Lichter. Mrs, Adrienne Lieber-
man. Mr. Kenneth Millis. Rabbi
and Mrs. Lam- Pinsker and fami-
ly. Mrs. Roslyn Pollack. Mrs.
Bessie Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Rernick. Mrs. Michele Pas. Mrs
A exandria Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs
Maune Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Smulvan and famih
Mark Thai. Mrs. Sadie Werner.
Dr Howard Weiner and Frande
- and Dr. and Mrs. Michael
ro and familv. and Mr. and
>aul Kirsch.
It was a day of learning and
sharing between young and old.
As part of the Mitzvah Corp. 38
teens and pre-teens from Con-
gregation Kol Ami Youth Groups
ed and celebrated with ap-
proximately 6- older people in
several different settings. The
three groups. I SY. Kadima and
Boneem. ranging from grades five
through 12. spent Sunday after-
noon. Nov. 24. celebrating
Chanukah with a wide variety of
people
Each group visited nursing
homes and boarding homes and
then everyone gathered at Jewish
Towers for a final celebration.
Reports of joy and delight were
heard from all sources. Each
group met first at Kol Ami to
discuss issues relating to the
elderly and the aging process. The
discussions were led by Natalie
Merkur rose of Tampa Jewish
Family Service, and focused on
three topics: the needs of the
elderly, means of communication
with the elderly and the purpose
of our visits.
They visited Jewish residents at
John Knox Yillage. University
Park Convalescent Center.
Medicenter. Tampa Health care.
Senior Meadows and Jewish
Towers. In addition to lighting
Chanukah candles and reciting
the blessings, the groups sang and
danced for and with the residents.
Some of the residents who are
typically withdrawn and silent
were participating happily. Smiles
and hugs abounded. The youth ac-
tively reached out and effectively
communicated their caring and
concern. They were not shy about
extending hands and hugs,
especially to those who are
isolated by hearing impairment,
advanced Alzheimer's disease.
and other ailments. In a letter of
commendation, a nurse at John
Knox Village told of how her own
eyes filled with tears at this
beautiful sight.
The Mitzvah Corp at Kol Ami
has been in existence for three
years It was started by Rita
Lieber at the request of Tampa
Jewish Family Service. This year,
two new coordinators, ferry
Rosenwasser and Tammy Cramp-
ton have assumed the leadership
roles. They plan to expand the
Mitzvah Corp to include not only
adults, but children of all ages as
well. The youth groups and some
of the religious school classes will
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residents of Jewish Towers.
participate on a regular basis.
This will encourage Mitzvah Corp
to become a "family affair."
A gentleman at Jewish Towers
summed it up when he said. "This
is so wonderful! They are our
future. These are the Jews of
tomorrow." Yes. And they are
taking on their Jewish respon-
sibilities today.
By NATALIE MERKUR ROSE
Aging Specialist
Tampa Jewish Family Service
Our Gang
Continued from Page 2
Turkel. Longratulations to you all.
More on Steve and Paul. Yup. there's more on our honor
students. In the Countywide Math Bowl. Theta Division. 9th
graders Steve Altus won second place and Pawl Rothenberg won
4th place earlier this month. All 13 public high schools were
represented in the competition. Good work. guys.
Say hello to Maxine and Sheldon Sidewitz. transplants
New York two and a half years ago to retire in our sunny climate.
They live near Busch Gardens: Maxine enjoys needlepoint and
knitting and they both love flea markets. One son. Allen. Bvol m
Tampa: a daughter and another son are Hving in New York.
x>me: glad vou're here.
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JANUARY
SUNDAY
December
29
9:30 'JEWISH WAR
VETERANS
AIXII.IARY GENERAL
MEETING
10:00 KOL AMI YOUTH
BRUNCH ACTIVITY
MON DAY
TUESDAY
30
31
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER VACATION
PROGRAM
10:30 JEWISH TOWERS
RESIDENT
ASSOCIATION BOARD
MEETING
KOL AMI RELIGIOUS
SCHOOL BEGINS
11:00 KOL AMI MEN'S
CLUB MEETING
SCHAARAIZEDEK
SchZFTY
10:00 SCHAARAI ^
ZEDEK SISTERHOOD
BOARD/ GENERAL
MEETING
7:30 JEWISH TOWERS
RESIDENTS
ASSOCIATION
MEETING
7:30 KOL AMI ADULT
EDUCATION
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER VACATION
PROGRAM
7:00 'JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
KINDERGARTEN 6TH
GRADE SLEEPOVER
9:00 KOL AMI NEW
YEAR'S EVE PARTY
WEDNESDAY
10:00 ORT/BAY
HORIZONS CHAPTER
BOARD MEETING
7:30 HADASSAH/AME
Nw Ymt'i Day
NEW YEARS DAY
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER CLOSED
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THURSDAY
10:00 'JEWISH g
COMMUNITY FOOD
BANK
7:30 TAMPA JEWISH
FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN KICK OFF
EVENT "DIARY OF
ANNE FRANK"
coa
9:30 BRANDEIS
WOMEN BOARD
MEETING
FRIDAY
SA TURD A Y
9:30 'TAMPA JEWISH
FEDERATION
WOMEN'S DIVISION
BOARD MEETING
12:00 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK LUNCH WITH
THE RABBI
DEADLINE for the next
issue of the Jewish Flori-
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Dec. 30.
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KILAMI
YOUTH/FAMILY
WEEKEND
8:00 KOL AMI HEBREW
LEVEL II SERVICE
Sunday Tune in "The
Jewish Sound" WMNF
88.6 FM 10:30.m. 1 p.m.
Candldighting time
Firday, December 27 5:23
p.m.
Friday. January 3 5.27
p.m.
Friday,
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p.m.
Congregations/Organizations Events
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
AWARDS 11 SCHOLARSHIPS
The Tampa Section, National
Council of Jewish Women's
Scholarship Program is unique in
its scope among other Sections of
similar size. The program makes
an important contribution to the
college education of deserving
Hillsborough County students.
This year, the Tampa Section
awarded 11 scholarships to deser-
ving Jewish students enrolled in
college. In accordance with its
perpetual goals of furthering
.education, these scholarships are
rfered annually by the Tampa
Section.
These scholarships are made
possible because of the generosity
of several local families and Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
members. They are: The Esta
Argintar Memorial Scholarship
Fund, endowed by The Argintar
Family; The Lillian Stein
Memorial Scholarship, endowed
by The Maurice Stein Family; The
Victor Brash Memorial Scholar-
ship Fund, given by Isaac and
Ruth Brash; The Rebecca and
Joseph Wohl Memorial Scholar-
ship Fund and The Rabbi David L.
Zielonka Scholarship is funded by
the Tampa Section, National
| Council of Jewish Women.
Applicants for these scholar-
ships must be members of the
Jewish community in
Hillsborough County. Awardees
must have and maintain a 2.5
scholastic average or better and
must show evidence of financial
heed. All information is strictly
I confidential.
Any interested students may
laDply, by mail, for information
T*J applications in January of
[1986 to: Mrs. Ina Haubenstock,
Chairperson, 49 Martinique, Tam-
|pa. Florida 33606.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Torah Fund Luncheon
The 100th anniversary of the
[Jewish Theological Seminary will
|be celebrated in song by Guitarist,
ICantor Eric Lindenbaum of
I Wando at the annual Torah Fund
jpjncheon of Sisterhood Rodeph
Sholom on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at
11 a.m.
The Davis Islands Circle will
prepare lunch to be served in the
Social Hall following the program.
Recognition will be given to the 23
benefactors to the Torah Fund
campaign of which Diana Siegel is
benefactors chairman. Contribu-
tions to Torah Fund may be made
at the door but reservations at $5
are necessary for lunch and may
be made through Esther Carp,
124 Bosphorous, 606.
TEMPLE BETH-EL
Annual Art Festival
Temple Beth-El's Annual Art
Festival, to be held Jan. 25, 26 and
27, is moving at a rapid pace with
the Art Selection Committee
visiting galleries and artists in
order to bring the finest and most
outstanding artists to the show.
This year, Sonya Miller who has
been active for many years in the
community, is joining Ellie Argin-
tar as Co-Chairman for the Tem-
ple Art Festival. It has been an-
nounced that there will be many
new artists joining the festival
this year, as well as a display of
the favorites of past years.
Mark your calendars and plan to
attend. Watch for further
information.
LIFELINE LETTERS
KEEP
PRISONERS ALIVE
Can you imagine being im-
prisoned for your religious beliefs?
Most native-bom Americans can-
not even imagine persecution
because they want to go to church
or because they try to organize
children into religious instruction.
That is the daily scourge of
thousands held captive in the
Soviet Bloc. They are of all faiths:
Baptists, Catholics, Hindus,
Jehovah's Witness, Jews,
Lutherans, Moslems, Orthodox,
Pentacostals, Seventh Day
Adventists and others.
In the Soviet Union and Soviet
Bloc nations practicing religion
constitutes a "crime against the
state."
You can help these people. Join
with the National Conference of
Christians and Jews (NCCJ),

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Next to Sonny's BBQ
9:30-5:30 Monday-Saturday
or by appointment
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Tampa Bay Chapter, by par-
ticipating in Lifeline Letters.
NCCJ will supply you with a
brochure printed by the St.
Petersburg Evening Independent.
This brochure contains the names
of several hundred people known
to be persecuted for their religious
beliefs. The brochure also con-
tains important guidelines on how
you can send letters to these
prisoners behind the Iron Curtain.
Call NCCJ at 223-2721 in Tam-
pa, or pick up a copy of the
Lifeline Letters brochure from
the St. Petersburg Times in St.
Petersburg. In a direct, personal
way, you can contribute to so-
meone else's freedom and faith.
CHANUKAH SPEAKER'S
BUREAU
The Hillel School of Tampa was
busy for the fourth consecutive
year with its annual Chanukah
Speaker's Bureau. Mrs. Lynn
Reiber, who teaches speech and
language arts, began the
Speaker's Bureau as a community
service to help children of all
religious to understand
Chanukah. As well, it provides an
opportunity for the students in
the sixth through eighth grades to
develop skill and poise in public
speaking. This year's bureau was
comprised of two teams headed by
Mrs. Lynn Leiber. The students
participating were: Joshua Bass,
Avi Berger, Ian Davidson, Shana
Hilk, Karen Jacobson, Johnnie
Kolodner, Alison Lewis, Robyn
Pegler, and Joshua Shulman. The
bureau was in great demand and
over 600 students heard about this
historical event.
They saw beautiful antique
menorahs and dreidles, heard and
sang Chanukah songs and bless-
ings, and learned about the
customs surrounding the holiday.
After the presentation, the
Speaker's Bureau invited ques-
tions from the audience. The
Bureau visited St. John's Greek
Orthodox School, St. Mary's Day
School, Gorrie Elementary
School, Hyde Park Day School, In-
dependent Day School, Hadassah,
and several Brownie troops. A
visit to Q105 ended the Chanukah
Speaker's Bureau's excellent ef-
fort in bringing the joy of
Chanukah to Jews and non-Jews
alike.
THIRD ANNUAL
FLORIDA WEST COAST
CONFERENCE
of the Brandeia University
National Women's Committee
The third annual conference of
the Florida West Coast branches
of the Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee will be
held on Monday, Jan. 20 at 9:30
a.m. at the Holiday Inn on East
Fowler Avenue. The Saraaota, St.
Petersburg, Suncoast, and Tampa
Bay Chapters will participate.
Morning workshops and after
non leadership seminars will be
led by National board members.
Cynthia Shulman, immediate past
president of the Brandeis
Women's Committee, will be the
keynote speaker.
The luncheon donation is
$11.50. For further information,
phone 935-4959.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Rabbi Sur.dheim Leaving
At the December meeting of the
Board of Trustees of Congrega-
tion Schaarai Zedek, Rabbi Frank
Sundheim announced his inten-
tion not to renew his contract next
July. He requested and was
granted a sue months leave of
absence. President Martin
Adelman, MD, announced this
with regret, and said, "we are
deeply indebted to Rabbi Sun-
dheim for his devoted years of ser-
vice to the Congregation."
In January Rabbi Herbert E.
Drooz, Rabbi Emeritus of Con-
gregation Beth Emeth, Wilm-
ington, Delaware will come to
Congregation Schaarai Zedek as
interim rabbi for six months.
He will be assisted by the con-
gregation's assistant rabbi, Rabbi
Joan Farber.
During the last two weekends in
December, Rabbi Lewis Littman,
Southeast Regional Director of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will occupy the
pulpit.
Dr. Adelman announced that a
search committee will immediate-
ly be formed to begin the process
of filling the pulpit on a perma-
nent basis.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S
COMMITTEE
The Tampa Bay and Suncoast
Chapters of Brandeis University
National Women's Committee will
present a provocative and infor-
mative program by Brandeis Pro-
fessor Alan Levitan entitled
"Shakespeare in Music from Ver-
di to Tomorrow" on Saturday
evening, Jan. 11 at 8 p.m. at the
University of Tampa (Grand
Ballroom), 401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
A $3.50 charge for members
and guests will include dessert
and coffee. For further informa-
tion, call 933-3262.
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Robert A. Levin
Andy Lewis
Robert K. Berger
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YOUTH
WINTER WONDERLAND
FOR WINTER VACATION
We have just completed the
first week of our exciting winter
vacation program. For this special
Winter Wonderland, we are
"visiting" two countries Greece
ana Spain, via field trips, movies,
songs, dances, games, the
language and crafts. Cost for the
second week of this two week pro-
gram will be $40 members, $60
non-members. Please have your
child bring his own lunch and
beverage. Snacks will be served in
the afternoon.
The JCC will be open for child
care from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. during
this time. We will be closed on
Jan. 1. Please respond to these ac-
tivities by calling the JCC at
872-4451. Ask for Terry
Abrahams if you have any
questions.
SUNDAY FUNDAY
Our first Sunday Kundayof the
new year will be held on Jan. 5,
2-5 mb, Each participant (grades
K-6) will bake a mini Challah and
take part in other fun activities.
Cost is $2 members, $3.50 non-
members.
GIRL'S SPORTS CLUB
Our P.E. department has
organized a wonderful program
for girls in grades 4-8 to provide
time for exercising with friends
and discussing health habits for
the future. Instructor: Lisea
Leonard. Meets Thursday,
3:15-4:15, at South Branch.
BIDDY BASKETBALL
The JCC is lowering its baskets
to start the second year of Biddy
Basketball for grades 3 and 4
(Sunday, 1-2:30 p.m.) and grades 5
and 6 (Sunday, 2:30-4 p.m.). This
is an instructional league designed
to improve skills and give par-
ticipants experience in com-
petitive play. Call Bill Suskauer
for further information or to sign-
up.
BASKETBALL
SCHEDULES
JUNIOR HIGH
Jan. 7 vs. Christ the King 6:30 (H)
Jan. 16 vs. Academy 6:30 (H)
Jan. 21 vs. Riverhills 6:00 (H)
Jan. 23 vs. St. Pats 6:30 (H) I
Jan. 28 vs. Seminole Pres. 6:30
(H)
Feb. 4 vs. Riverhills 6:00 (H)
Feb. 11 vs. Tampa Christian 6:30
(H)
Tournaments
Jan. 25 and 26 vs. Savannah
Georgia JCC (HOME)
Feb. 15 and 16 vs. N. Miami Beach
JCC (AWAY)
SENIOR HIGH
Jan. 7 vs. Tampa Catholic (JV)
7:30 (H)
Jan. 16 vs. Tampa Prep (JV) 7:00
(H)
Jan. 21 vs. Riverhills 7:30 (H)
Jan. 23 vs. Tampa Catholic (JV)
7:30 (H)
Jan. 30 vs. Pathway 8:00 (H)
Feb. 4 vs. Riverhills 7:30 (A)
Feb. 11 vs. Tampa Tech (JV) 7:30
(H)
TOURNAMENTS
Jan. 25-Jan. 26 Savannah Georgia
JCC(H)
Feb. 15-Feb. 16 N. Miami Beach
JCC (A)
NEW YEAR'S EVE
BABYSITTING
While you are planning your
holiday schedule don't forget
about our New Year's Eve
"Sleep-In" for children in grades
1-6. Drop your kids off at 8 p.m.
The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
on the 31st and pick them up at 10
a.m. on Jan. 1. Cost is $20 for the
first child and $5 for any brothers
or sisters,
i Call Terry at the Center for fur-
ther information or to sign-up.
TEEN
TEEN
TOPIC DAY PLANS
Plans for the second annual
Teen Topic Day ae underway. The
date will be Jan. 19 from 11:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. Theme for this year
is "Irreconcilable Differences,"
and will center around divorce
and the problems ensuing. There
will be judges, attorneys, and
social workers to help us. First a
"divorce case" will be presented,
the teens will act as jury. Issues
will be discussed before lunch, and
following lunch there will be
workshops on step-parents, pro-
blem solving methods, custody
issues, who gets, who pays, and
stress in families. Wrap-up will be
at 3:30. Cost for the conference
will be $5 per person. Please
-egister ahead of tune.
| TWEEN/TEEN
STILL ROOM ON
SKI TRIP
An exciting ski trip is being
planned for grades 9-12, from
Feb. 6 through 9. Since there is a
holiday on Feb. 7, we are going to
leave Tampa Thursday night, Feb.
6, for Sugar Mountain, N.C.
This package includes transpor-
tation, lodging, food, ski equip-
ment rental, lift tickets, and one
group lesson all for only $250!
Please contact Terry at the
Center if you are interested in
what promises to be a sensational
trip.
WE NEED ..
After receiving new toys for
Chanukah, are you throwing out
some of the old ones? Please
throw them this way! Our second
home program is in desperate
need of some new games and
puzzles, and would appreciate
your thinking of us. The pre-
school can always use more toys
as well, so think of us while you're
cleaning out the toy boxes.
Thanks.
HAYRIDE PLANNED
A hayride is being planned for
all 7th and 8th graders, on Satur-
day night, Jan. 18. If you are in-
terested, please call Terry at
872-4451. More details will follow
in subsequent issues.
ATTENTION,
COLLEGE STUDENTS!
CAMP POSITIONS
Looking for a fan sum-
mer? We are now accepting
applications for sunnier
eaaip counselors and
specialists in mask, drama,
arts, sports, and Judaic
studies. Please contact Cece
at 872-4451.
FAMILY
TU B'SHEVAT PROGRAM
Bring the whole family and join
us for a fun-filled day on Sunday,
Jan. 26, at 1 p.m. Our Tu
B'Shevat Program will be a
wonderful opportunity to meet
Amos Doron, our new Shaliach!
Watoh this page for further infor-
mation in future issues.
COMMUNITY WELCOMES
SHALIACH
The entire Jewish community
extends a warm Tampa welcome
to our new Shaliach, who recently
arrived from Israel. Amos Doron
will be working within the com-
munity to develop an interest m
Israel and Israeli culture. He will
be available to all Jewish orgamza
tions for speaking engagements
and educational purposes, and will
be involved in JCC programming
and holiday events, from the pre-
school to senior adult levels.
We're hoping every member of
the community will make a special
effort to make Amos and his wife,
Liona and children feel at home
here in Tampa. Amos, we're very
glad you're here!
ADULTS/
SENIORS
BOOK REVIEW CLUB
If you are interested in reading
and reviewing books together,
come to the first planning meeting
of the JCC's Book Review Club on
Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 p.m., at
Kol Ami (our North Branch).
Please call the Center and let us
know if you're planning to attend,
either as a facilitator or
participant.
JEWISH CULTURE CLUB
Are you proud of your Jewish
heritage? Do you want to learn to
share your knowledge and ex-
perience? Then plan to attend our
monthly Jewish Culture Club. Br-
ing a kosher dairy dish or desert
to be shared and enjoyed by all.
This special program is presented
by members of the Jewish com-
munity. Monthly dues: $1. Con-
tact Judy London at the JCC for
program planning, participation
and further information.
ATTENTION,
TRANSPLANTS!
Are you a Florida Transplant
from Who-Knows-Where? Aren't
99 percent of us from someplace
other than Florida? Then let's get
together by area!
Jan. 18 Ohio
Who would like to serve on the
committee to get this off the
ground? Dayton, Cleveland,
Toledo? Give Terry a buzz at the
Center and pitch-in!
Feb. 8 Israel
The Israeli's got a head start by
having a Channukah party on Dec.
14. It was a successful, that we
are keeping our original meeting
date of Feb. 8 and having a second
round. If you are interested in
helping organize, call the
Elozery's at 977-2588. or Dorit at
968-6738, or call the Center.
We're talking about a band and
dancing to add to the festivities.
March 15 New York/New
Jersey
I know there's a lot of Buffalo
and Syracuse out there. Also NYC
and "The Island." Who else?
Fess-up and be on the committee.
Let's hear from all of you!
CHALLAH MAKING
Start the New Year by learning
a quick, simple way to make your
own fresh Shabbat Challah. Tues-
day, Jan. 7, 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Instructor is Channah
Schreimann, and cost is $4. Please
pre-register as materials must be
purchased ahead of time.
KILN NEEDED
Donations are now being ac-
cepted toward the purchase of a
new kiln for the use of our senior
and summer camp crafts pro-
grams. The one we have is way
beyond repair. Betty Oslin and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waldbart
have already made donations
Contact the JCC if you can help
us.
LEARNING ANTIQUES
With Angela AJlenburg,
Wednesday, Jan. 8, 10-11:30
a.m., this class features
French pottery, porcelain and
ceramics, and concentrates
on ways to judge the value of
antiques. Cost: Free to all
members. $1 non-members.
SENIORS
TRAVEL CLUB
GOES SHOPPING
Take-in the sights at Tampa
Bay Mall after the holiday
hoards! and spend the day with
the JCC Senior Travel Club shop
ping and seeing a movie. We II
leave the JCC at 10:30 a.m. and
return at 4:30 p.m. on Monday,
Jan. 13. Join us for this relaxing
day!
JEWISH CULTURE
CLUB WELCOMES
AMOS DORON
The JCC Jewish Culture
Club will give a welcoming
luncheon for Amos Doron,
Tampa's New Shaliach, and
his wife, Liora on Friday,
Jan. 17 at 12 noon. After a
light dairy lunch, Amos will
speak to the group of his mis-
sion as a messenger from
Israel, and then he will con-
duct a presentation and
THE JCC WILL BE CLOS-
ED ON WED., JAN. 1, FOR
NEW YEARS DAY.
group discussion on education
in Israel and its importance to
Jewish world-wide. Those
planning to attend should
please contact Judy London,
senior program director to
make arrangements for the
pot lunch dairy buffet. Admis-
sion is $1.
TRAVEL CLUB TRIP
The benefits of joining the
Travel Club are fun, friends,
and substantial savings on
trips. Non-members pay 50
percent more per excursion.
Our next one is to Tampa Bay
Downs on Monday, Jan. 20.
We'll leave the JCC at 10:30
a.m. and return at 4:30 p.m.
Cost ($16 members, $21 non-
members) includes full lunch,
van transportation, admis-
sion to club house, program,
tax and tips. Registration a
must by Jan. 6!
Dec. 30-Jan. 3 Win*
Wonderland Internation
Program
Dec. 31 Club V,w
New Year's Eve Party Ne-
Year's Eve Sleep-In J
Center
Jan. 1 JCC CLOSED
Jan. 7 Junior
(Christ the King) and
School (Tampa Catholii
basketball jnes; Q
Making
Jan. 8 Learning Ant
Jan. 11 -The Gong!
Jan. 13 Travel
Outing to Tampa Bay i
Jan. 14 Book
Club planning meeting
Jan. 18 Tween-Hayrki
"Ohio" Reunion*
Jan. 19 Teen Topic L_
"Irreconcilable Differences"
Jan. 26 Tu B'Sh
Program
CONSIDER JOINING
FAMILY MEMBERS]
CLASSIFICATIONS:
Friend of the Center,
minimum donation over |
propriate dues category;
$225; Couple (no eligible
under 21), $125; Single
Family, $120; Individual (a
adult), $75; University St
$50; Senior Citizen (over 60)j
share formula.
Contact the JCC at 872-
further information, or con
and we'll be happy to sign;
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"MY FAIR SADIE"
WOWS EM IN TAMPA
Above picture show* scene
rrom the highly successful JCC
production of "My Fair Sadie,"
presented on Nov. 2 and 3 at the
Center. Our sincere thanks j
the actors, patrons, and
the-scenes people without
efforts this delightful produ
would not have been possible.
A WAHM WELCOME
TOSOMEOroUB
NEWER MEMBERS
Mr Mdlir. JuJa. Deutach
Mr*y Drowtowia
UUian PerlmutWr
Dr and Mra. Lufc Craapo
Mr. and Mrs. Thorna* Donovan
Mr and Mr*. Scott Almond
Ma Uraular Chrwninf
Ma. Carmen Bolt
Joan Retnatein and Larry Junhar
Mr. and Mra. Marty Frldman
Mias Shan Stoop
Ma. Ck*rtotteWaJker
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