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^Jewish Floridian
Of Tampa
Volume 8 Number 4
Tampa, Florida Friday, February 7, 1986
AM
Price 35 Cents
Federation Annual Campaign Dinner to Be Held At Hyatt Feb. 22
Noted Speaker and Humorist to Participate In Program
Yoran Dinstein, former Rector
of Tel Aviv University and Syd
Lieberman, a master storyteller
will highlight the 1986 Tampa
Jewish Federation/United Jewish
Appeal Campaign Annual Dinner
on Saturday evening, Feb. 22 at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The
evening will begin with a cocktail
reception at 7:15 p.m. followed by
dinner 8 p.m.
The 1986 Annual Campaign
Dinner will have a different flavor
than previous years according to
Dr. Irwin and Phyllis Browar&ky,
Co-Chairmen for this event. They
have adopted a theme of
"Celebration on Hester Street"
and promise a nostalgic review of
life on the lower east side of New
York. The Browarsky's are put-
ting together plans that will
transform the Hyatt ballroom into
a scene from the early 1900's
where many of our parents,
grandparents, great grand-
parents received their start as
new immigrants to the United
States.
Special guest speaker for the
evening will be Professor Yoran
Dinstein, currently a visiting Pro-
fessor of Law at New York
University School of Law on sab-
batical leave from Tel Aviv
University. He is Pro-Rector as
well as Professor of International
Law and the Yanowicz Professor
of Human Rights at Tel Aviv
University.
In keeping with the Hester
Street theme, the evening will
also feature Syd Lieberman, a
master storyteller who has ap-
peared extensively in the Chicago
area, on radio and television. He
tells Hassidic and Jewish folk
tales, stories of the immigrant ex-
perience, and vignettes of Jewish
life in America and Israel.
Bill and Patty Kalish have been
appointed as Co-Chairmen of the
Table Captains who with their
committee are busy at work put-
ting together tables of 10 for this
gala evening. A minimum combin-
ed commitment of $750 ($375
singles) to the 1986 TJF/UJA
Campaign is the eligibility re-
quirement to participate in the
campaign dinner. The cost of the
dinner is $60 per person and
reservations can be made by call-
ing the Tampa Jewish Federtion
at 8751618.
Syd Lieberman
Diamond Division Plans Feb. 20 Luncheon
Lion of Judah Division to
Host Tommy Lapid Feb. 13
Janet Kass, chairwoman of the
Women's Lion of Judah Division
has announced that Hope Barnett
will chair the luncheon scheduled
for Thursday, Feb. 13.
The luncheon open to women
contributors of $5,000 and above
will be held at the Centre Club, at
the Lincoln Hotel. "The Club has
worked with our committee to
have a memorable luncheon,"
Barnett stated. "We are for-
tunate to have as our guest
speaker, Joseph "Tommy" Lapid.
He is a noted journalist, author,
playwright and radio/tv commen-
tator. A law graduate of Tel Aviv
University, he has been with the
daily "Ma'am" since 1955 as
reporter, columnist, foreign cor-
respondent in the United
Kingdom, Managing Editor and
Senior Editor. From 1979
through 1984, he served as Direc-
tor General of the Israel Bread-
casting Authority. Mr. Lapid has
published a collection of inter-
views, three collections of humor,
and several European travel
guides, and has hosted numerous
radio and tv programs. He is a
recipient of the Nordau and Herxl
prizes for journalism, and the
Broadcasting Prise for radio pro-
grams." "Les and I met Mr. Lapid
The Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division 1986 Diamond
division co-chaired by Leonore
Kessler and Ellen Stern have
planned their division luncheon on
Thursday, Feb. 20, at the home of
Michelle and Burton Goldstein in
Avila.
Keynote speaker will be Alice
Golembo, grandniece of Golda
Meir. ("Shana Korngold, Golda's
older sister and mentor, was my
grandmother" Alice states). She
visited with Golda on her frequent
trips to America as Israel's
Alice Golembo
Foreign Minister. She lived with
Golda in the Prime Minister's
residence in Jerusalem for her
first year in Israel. Both Golda
and Menachem Begin attended
her wedding. She aided and per-
formed in the original Broadway
play "Golda." Her presentation
consists of family stories by and
about Golda Meir, readings from
the play "Golda" and stories of
the behind-the-scene relationship
between Golda and the play.
The luncheon is open to women
contributors of a minimum pledge
of $1,000.
For further information about
the luncheon, call the Federation
Women's Division office,
875-1618.
B&P Women's Network Plans
2nd Campaign Year Event
Joseph "Tommy- Lapid
when we went to Israel; his
speech was outstanding; 1 am so
excited that our Tampa women
will have the opportunity of
meeting him," Hope Barnett
stated.
For further information about
the luncheon, call the Federation
office, 875-1618.
The Business and Professional
Women's Network are planning
their second campaign event Mon-
day evening, Feb. 17.
Lois Older, Campaign chair-
woman for the Network stated,
"As women, we strive continuous-
ly for our equal position in educa-
tion, the job market, on salary
scales, and in the organized
Jewish community. We have gain-
ed considerable success, with
significant potential growth yet to
achieve. One of the best ways we
can visibly demonstrate our in-
dependent responsibility as
Jewish women is through an in-
dependent well-considered con-
tribution to the 1986 UJA/Tampa
Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion Campaign, and further,
through influencing our husbands,
papers. She served as Cultural
Director of the ZOA House in Tel
Aviv, and founded and headed the
Institute of Israel Studies. She
has taught several courses related
to Hebrew Language and
Literature and the Civilization of
Israel at the Sorbonne and lec-
tured extensively in Paris.
"The Business and Professional
Women's Network, sponsored by
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division is in its fourth
year" stated Deborah Eisenstadt,
president. "It was created as part
of the Women's Division; this
group has provided its member-
ship with a viable niche in the
community based upon their
Continued oa Page 6-
When Peer Pressure Stresses Your Child
How does a youngster develop
his or her own identity and per-
sonality? How does a youngster
learn to strive to reach his or her
full potential?
It is all too easy for parents
simply to tell their children to be
themselves and to warn them not
to be influenced by the behavior of
those around them. The approval
and respect of peers means as
much or more than that of their
parents. What youngsters believe
they must do to gain the respect of
their peers is often of great con-
cern to parents and teachers. Peer
pressure is, indeed, a perennial
problem and concern.
Tampa Jewish Family Services
and the Hillel School of Tampa are
jointly sponsoring a program that
will explore these issues. The
public is cordially invited to a lec-
ture at the Hillel School (501 S.
Habana Ave.) on Wednesday,
Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. entitled
"Dealing with Peer Pressure."
The guest speaker will be Cindy
Adams-Shriner, MA a
psychologist with the Northside
Community Mental Health
Center. Ms. Adams-Shriner has
over nine years of experience in
individual and group counseling.
She also has a private practice
here in Tampa. A discussion
riod will follow the formal
lecture.
The next day, Thursday, Feb.
20, students at the Hillel School
(grades K-8) will be exploring
various aspects of the topic of self-
esteem and peer pressure through
dramatic improvisation, trigger
films and discussions under the
guidance and direction of Dede
Wilcheck and Reba Cook of the
Mental Health Association of
Hillsborough County.
The entire program promises to
be an exciting one for students
and their parents, as this impor-
tant and pressing topic is
acknowledged and addressed at
school and at home. Please join us
on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 7:30
p.m. at the Hillel School (on the
corner of Horatio and Habana, ad-
jacent to the Jewish Community
Center).
'Shoah' Wins
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
Shoah, the nine-and-a-half hour
epic documentary on the
Holocaust by Claude Lanzmann,
was Sunday night awarded the
prize for best documentary of
1985 at the first Rotterdam Film
Festival. More than one-third of
the 70 judges, including interna-
tional film critics and festival
directors, voted for Shoah. Land-
zmann was present to receive the
award during the televised
ceremony. Shoah was broadcast
earlier this month on Dutch televi-
sion on two consecutive Sunday
nights.
our children, our friends, and
those around us to join us in con-
tributions as well."
This year's Network campaign
event will be a dinner program at
the home of member, Sandy War-
shaw Freedman, Monday evening,
Feb. 17. The dinner meeting is
open to all working women who
will make a pledge (in lieu of dues)
to the 1986 Campaign (sad the
pledge may be paid monthly, semi-
annually, or annually).
Guest speaker will be Dr. Kitty
O. Cohen, Adjunct Professor of
Jewish Studies at American
University in Washington and
also serves as consultant for the
Interreligious and Community
Relations Department of the
World Zionist Organization. Dr.
Cohen received her BA in French
Language, Civilization and in
English Literture at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, and for
her MA and Phd at Yale Universi-
ty. She has lectured around the
world and is the author of the
book, "The Throne and The
Chariot" as well as numerous


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Howard Greenbcrf
Outstanding. Mazol tov to Howard Greenberg, the president
of Crown Realty has been named "Realtor of the Year" for 1985
by the Tampa Board of Realtors. He was selected because he has
been instrumental in building up the commercial division of the
Tampa Board. He created the Tampa Area Commercial Multiple
Listing Book and was a key figure in the Board's many activities
for commercial brokers. Mr. Greenberg has also been elected to
the Board of Directors for 1986.
Publisher on the move. Now located in the Lozano Building in
Ybor City, Axelrod Publishing of Tampa Bay has contracted
with the U.S. Air Force to develop a manuscript for training of
personnel in pastry and baking operations, and for related train-
ing films to be done on location at MacDill Air Force Base. Sally
Axelrod, publisher, specializes in custom book publishing.
Recently, The Spicola Story The Life of Charlie Spieola, was
published by the firm.
Blue Star Reunion. A Get-Together for Blue Star Camps,
which is located in Hendersonville, N.C., is planned for Sunday,
Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. in the JCC's Aronovitz Room. A video from the
1985 camping season will be shown by camp owner-director, Her-
man Popkin. A question and answer period and refreshments will
follow.
Already enrolled for the 1986 summer sessons are: Francine
Linsky, daughter of Karen and Michael Linsky; Larry Mille
son of Dr. Jeffrey and Nancy Miller; Debbie Pershes, daughte
of Gail and Paul Pershes; Lesley Rudolph, daughter of Franc,
and Richard Rudolph; Andy Solomon, son of Maxine and Mar-
tin Solomon; Ronald and Sam Linsky; sons of Nancy and David
Linsky; and Jessica and Monica Weinstein, daughters of Dotty
and Ira Weinstein.
Dynamic Duo! Before the head off to camp, twins Monica and
Jessica Weinstein, will be appearing in 'Tom're a Good Man,
Charlie Brown," March 13 and 14 at St. Mary's Episcopal Day
School. Jessica will play the part of Lucy and Monica will portray
Snoopy's Conscience. The girls, both eighth graders at St.
Mary's, also made the Headmaster's List last semester by main-
taining averages of 95 or better. What a pair! No wonder Dotty
and Ira are so proud.
Babyline: Kevin Karpay and Kevin Kahn. Mazol tov to Joyce
and Barry Karpay on the birth of their son, Kevin Daniel on Jan.
15, weighting 7 pounds, 14 ounces. The thrilled grandparents are
Bobbe and George Karpay in Tampa, and Flo and Robert Irwin
in Galesburg, IL. His great-grandparents are Ann and Nate
Denenberg in New York and Mrs. Rose Karpay of Hollywood,
FL.
Kevin Brandon was born to Debbie and Thomas Kahn on Jan.
22, weighing 7 lbs., 7 ozs. His proud grandparents are Elaine and
Stn Shaffer of Shaker Heights, OH.
Martha Kahn of Indianapolis and Thomas Kahn in Cleveland.
Great-grandma Mrs. Rosen lives in San Diego.
Congratulations and best wishes to you all.
Yummy in any language. Italian, Russian, German, French
and English menus are featured in the Florida Orchestra Guild's
new cookbook, "Musical Feasts," according to cookbook co-
chairman, Mrs. Barbara Rosen thai. A famed composer from
each of five countries is profiled, followed by delicious recipes
ranging from hors d'oeuvres to desserts popular to each nationali-
ty. Cookbooks are available from Barbara at 254-9321 or any
Guild member.
Healthy. Congratulations to Donald Kwalick, M.D., M.P.H.,
Director of the Hillsborough County Health Dept., on his recent
election to first vice president of the Florida Public Health
Association (FPHA) at its 57th annual educational conference.
Dr. Kwalick was also named by Gov. Bob Graham to advise
government agencies on AIDS issues.
Say hello to Mindy Snyder, former New Yorker who is now the
City of Tampa Government Access Coordinator for Tampa Cable,
Channel 14. Mindy writes, films, and produces programming to
showcase City departments and staff to air Monday through Fri-
day from 6-10 p.m. She also teaches video production to city staff
members and writes a column for Playback, Tampa Cable's
newsletter. Currently living in Town and Country, Mindy is an
avid photographer and beachgoer. Welcome!
Hey gang, please send news of all your happenings to: Our
Gang, c/o The Jewish Floridian, 2808 Horatio St., Tampa. FL
33609.
Women's Division Campaign1986
"For the committed Jewish
woman, there is no rest. Her
nature and being demand
something more." This statement
by Golda Meir describes the com-
mitted women who recognized the
potential of establishing a
Women's Division in Tampa in
1947.
Since the inception of the
Women's Division it has grown to
over 2,700 members who in the
past year contributed in excess of
$278,*000. Tzedakah, the highest
of Jewish values, has made possi-
ble this achievement.
In the traditional Jewish family,
one never heard the expression,
"My husband gives." The Jewish
mother classically accepted it as
her obligation not as a Woman,
but as an individual in her own
right to help her fellow Jews. In
fact, it was she, rather than her
Shalom 80's Reunion
SHALOM-NEWCOMER
Areyou NEW to the Tampa
area??????
Have you ever attended a
Shalom-Newcomer party spon-
sored by the Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division???
The Women's Divison will host
a Newcomer Reunion of the '80's
(1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984,
1985 and 1986) if you missed
out on attending one of the
famous Shalom-Tampa parties,
we cordially invite you to join us.
Put the date of Saturday even-
ing, May 17 on your calendar to-
day. If you've attended a party in
the past, we urge your attendance
to help us greet the 1986
newcomers.
If you are new or know of so-
meone new (within the past 18
months), please call the Tampa
Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion office, 875-1618 and give us
your name to add to our growing
list.
ADL Speaker's Bureau Looks For Volunteers
Since the inception of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith local Speaker's Bureau
seven months ago, over 60
engagements have been filled by
trained ADL speakers. According
to Bureau chairperson, Stefani
Margolis, "the number of requests
that has been coming into our of-
fice is so extensive that we must
turn to the community for
volunteer speakers."
The next training series, which
is a three-part program, will begin
in mid-March. "Die series will
educate participants to public
speaking techniques, as well as
ADL issues. Prior experience with
the ADL or public speaking is not
required: An interest in the agen-
cy will suffice.
The League communicates
directly to the Tampa Bay com-
munity on matters including anti-
Semitism, prejudice reduction, ex-
tremism and civil rights. The ADL
Speaker's Bureau offers highly
authoritative publications and
HelpSiblings Lecture
Do your children's quarrels
sometimes have you reaching for
the aspirin? Find out how to deal
with sibling rivalry more effec-
tively at a talk offered by Nor-
thside Counseling and Evaluation.
Help! Siblings will be held Mon-
day evening, Feb. 10, 7-9 p.m. at
St. Paul's Catholic Church, 12708
North Dale Mabry.
Fee: $5 per family. To register:
Call Elaine Kellogg, 977-8700.
Tax exempt number:
06-01891-00-39.
audio-visual materials from the
nation's largest resource for
human relations material, in order
to aid the speakers in the
presentations.
Community members are in-
vited to join the ADL's Speaker's
Bureau. Interested individuals
should call the Speaker's Bureau
coordinator, Diane Charme, at the
Anti-Defamation League office
875-0750 to secure speakers for
your organization or to sign up as
a volunteer.
husband, who filled the "pushke"
boxes that hung on the wall, and
which were for Israel and the
poor.
The Women's Division is the
modern expression of this ancient
womanly involvement. It is a mat-
ter of evolution and refinement of
technique, not a new purpose or
concept. We cannot overlook the
fact that through a women's in-
volvement comes the education of
the family, and often a woman has
profound influence on her hus-
band. This is why, when asked
"Why A Women's Division?", we
respond in typical Jewish fashion
with another question: "How can
women not give of themselves and
their funds for Jewish survival?"
The team of Women's Division
1986 campaign chairwomen and
volunteer workers are working
very hard, luncheons and events
are being planned so that con-
tributors are given an opportuniu-
ty to socialize and be educated to
Jewish values. The women in
Tampa will be asked for an in-
dividual pledge for 1986 this is
a one-time annual gift and may be
paid monthly, semi-annually or
annually.
During the months of February
and March Women's Division will
give you the opportunity to feel
good about yourself. A volunteer
will call to ask for your 1986
pledge. Be generous! A list of
Women's Divison events are
posted in the Special Edition of
the "Super Sunday" Jewish Flori-
dian as well as this issue if you
are interested in attending any
Women's Divison function, we in-
vite you to call the Tampa Jewish
Federation Women's Division of-
fice, 875-1618 for further details.
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Friday, February 7, 1986/The Jewish Floridiaa of Tampa Page 3
Bernstein Challenges YAD To Leadership
The 1986 Campaign Event for
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Young Adult Division was a huge
success, as was evidenced by the
150 plus people that attended the
function.
Key note speaker Mr. Irving
Bernstein, past executive vice
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal gave a poignant, yet fac-
tual presentation on our affect to
the entire subject of American
Jews' responsibility to both Jews
in this country and in other lands.
To quote Mr. Bernstein, "We can-
not sit by passively and hope that
all situations that have arisen in
the past to destroy the Jews will
not happen again. We must ac-
tively make sure that they do not
happen."
The January 19th event raised
over $15,000, which surpassed
last year's goal by $8,000 for the
Tampa Jewish Federation. The
evening also was a catalyst to
educate Tampa Jews in YAD to
the purpose of Federations all
over the country and to our part in
Federation.
Jan. 19 was a night that will
stand out in the minds of those
who attended the Campaign
event, as it brought young Tampa
Jews together for an evening of
social interaction and Jewish
awareness.
This year's event was truly a
huge success due to the following
people, who should be recognized
for their participation: Mark Car-
ron, YAD Campaign Chairman;
Andy Titen, Solicitation; Dede
Jacobs, Social; JoAnn Schoen-
baum, Super Sunday; Mark
Mandel, Publicity. In addition,
recognition should also go to Gary
Alter, Judy Rosenkrantz and Lisa
Bush for their advise and par-
ticipation in the event. All
members of YAD, both active
board members and those who at-
tend the events have helped make
YAD successful. With their sup-
port, YAD wil continue to grow as
Tampa continues to grow.
The text of Mr. Bersnteins's
speech will be in the next Jewish
Floridian.
(Left, to right) Mark Mandel, Dede Jacobs,
Mark Carron, JoAnn Schoenbaum, Andy
Titen, and David Feldman.
(Left to right) Keith Schilit, Steffie Hoff, David Anton, Diane
Charme, Dan Albert, and Cindy Spahn.
(Left to right) Carol Mahr, Shirley Reback, Dede Jacobs, Sheldon
Tkatch, and Karla Bender.
Andy Titen, president of YAD; Lisa Bush,
assistant director of the Tampa Jewish
Federation; Mark Carron, YAD Campaign
Chairman; Judith Rosenkram, president of
the Tampa Jewish Federation; Irving Berns-
tein; ana Gary Alter, executive vice president,
Tampa Jewish Federation.
WOMEN'S DIVISION UPCOMING CAMPAIGN EVENTS
LION 0F JUDAH DIVISION ($5,000 )
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 11:15 a.m.
Centre Ckib,.Lincoln Hotel)
Janet Kass, Chairwoman
Hope Barnett, Luncheon Chairwoman
Speaker: Joseph "Tommy" Lapid, Journalist,
Author, TV/Radio Commentator
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S NETWORK
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 5:30 p.m.
(home of member Sandy Warshaw Freedman)
Lois Older, Campaign Chairwoman
Deborah Eisenstadt, President
Speaker: Dr. Kitty O. Cohen, International Lecturer,
Author, Professor American University, Washington
DIAMOND DIVISION ($1,000-4,999)
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 11 a,m.
(home of Michele Goldstein)
Lenore Kessler, Co-Chairwoman
Ellen Stern, Co-Chairwoman
Speaker: Alice Golembo, Grandniece of Golda Meir;
actress and singer
PEARL DIVISION (TEENAGE)
SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 1 p.m. -
(Marriott Hotel, Westshore)
Mimi Aaron, Co-chairwoman
Patty Kalish, Co-Chairwoman
Speakers: Neil Shaw and Jeff Fox ("The Israel Experience)
and: Spring Co-Ed Fashion Show
TOWERS DIVISION
(JEWISH TOWERS AND MARY WALKER TOWERS)
SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 11 a.m. (Jewish Towers Recreation
Room)
Bert Green, Chairwoman
Speaker: Dr. Jerome Gleekel, Miami; noted authority on
Israel;
avid proponent of Jewish rights and the State of Israel
All women in the Tampa Jewish community are invited to the
functions for a one-time commitment to the 1986 Women's Divi-
sion Campaign. For further information regarding any of the
above functions, call the Tampa Jewish Federation Women's divi-
sion office 875-1618.
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday^ebniary 7, 1986
Africa
Readers Write
By ROBERT B. GOLDM ANN
Co-chairman, Middle Eastern
Affairs Committee, Anti-
Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
In Abidjan, the capital of the
Ivory Coast, an Israeli construc-
tion company is building the
world's largest cathedral (next to
St. Peter's, which the Church
does not allow to be exceeded in
size). That company is also
building a large number of public
structures, roads and housing in
this important and large West
African country.
In Cameroon, a small group of
Israelis is beginning to develop
projects in construction, in-
dustrial enterprise and
agricultural modernization. And
in Liberia, agricultural experts
and engineers are operating in dif-
ficult conditions, while an Israeli
ophthalmologist rides up and
down the dirt road of the bush in
his jeep setting up simple clinics
and movable operating rooms to
perform surgery and give eye care
to people who never knew that
something can be done about fail-
ing sight.
These are impressions from a
-recent trip under the auspices of
^he Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith to learn about Israel's
relationships with West African
countries. They demonstrate a
jefel and type of technical
, assistance and economic partner-
ship between a small Middle
.'"Eastern country and African na-
' tions unique in the complex and
often akistrating relationships
between aid providers and reci-
pients. The striking feature, in
contrast to more uneasy relation-
ships between providers from
larger countries and developing
nations, is the easy compatibility
the host countries have with
Israelis. It seems that it's simpler
for them to work with people from
a small country which itself still
faces large development tasks and
whose needs and aspirations they
can relate to than with those
whose size and level of develop-
ment are beyond their grasp or
aspiration.
In_Abidjan and Yaounde, the
capital of Cameroon, I attended
Independence Day celebrations of
the Israeli residents employed by
the companies or agencies doing
development work. They were in a
festive mood, finding satisfaction
in their work and making the most
of an opportunity to be helpful to
another developing country as
well as to their own. They seemed
to find it as natural and normal to
observe their Independence Day
in these unlikely places as I found
it thrilling to behold.
Israel once had some 30
diplomatic missions in Africa.
After the Yom Kippur War and
the rise of Arab oil power, virtual-
ly all these diplomatic links were
cut. Many of the African countries
made the break reluctantly, but
with Arab pressure increasing,
there was little else they could do.
Also, there were threats from
Libya of terror and personal at-
tacks on African heads of state.
In recent years, the tide has
begun to turn. Zaire and Liberia
have reestablished full diplomatic
relations, and Israel has "interest
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
At a time when assaults on the
right of women to decide for
"In"
Smith Urges Reagan to
Cancel Saudi Arms Sale
an effort to pre-empt a
Reagan Administration plan to
sell more than $1 billion in
sophisticated arms to Saudi
Arabia, Congressman Larry
Smith (D., Hollywood), along with
11 of his colleagues, recently sent
a letter to the President urging
him to cancel the potential sale.
"We strongly oppose the sale of
these weapons to Saudi Arabia,"
stated the letter. "In the past,
arms sales to that country have
been justified on the grounds that
they would induce it to further the
peace process." However, the let-
ter continued, "there is no
evidence that the Saudis have in
fact fostered the peace pro-
cess Saudi Arabia is still in a
state of war with Israel, refuses to
recognize Israel's right to exist,
and continues to support the Arab
boycott of Israel."
The package reportedly includes
1600 Sidewinder air-to-air
missiles, 800 Stinger anti-aircraft
missiles, 12 Black Hawk combat
helicopters, 90 Harpoon anti-ship
missiles, 95 Electronic
Countermeasure Systems for F-5s
and F-15s, and upgrade kits for 60
F-15s.
The letter went on to state that
"the sale of these sophisticated
weapons will only further fuel the
regional arms race and erode
israei s technological superiority.
It is difficult to see how arms sales
to Saudi Arabia at this time will
promote U.S. objectives and in-
terests in the Middle East." Con-
cluded the letter, "We will
vigorously oppose this Saudi arms
package, and we urge you not to
submit it to Congress."
The Florida Congressman has
been a leader in recent efforts to
stop the sale of similar arms
packages to Jordan. He helped
stop the sale of Stinger missiles
and other weapons to King Hus
sein in 1984 and 1985 and fought
to include tough arms sale re-
quirements in last year's foreign
aid bill. In addition to Smith, the
signers include Cognressmen Mel
Levine (D., Calif.), Christopher
Smith (R., N.J.), Vin Weber (R.,
Minn.), Peter Kostmayer (D., Pa.),
F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R.,
Wise.), Harry Reid (D., Nev.),
Mark Siljander (R., Mich.), Bill
Green (R., N.Y.), Ted Weiss (D,
N.Y.), Gary Ackerman (D., N.Y.)
and Ed Feighan (D., Ohio).
The last controversial weapon
sale to Saudi Arabia took place in
1981 when the Reagan Ad-
ministration won, in a fierce bat-
tle, approval from Congress to sell
AWACS aircraft and F-15
enhancement items to Saudi
Arabia.
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several other African countries.
Some countries are likely to nor-
malize their diplomatic ties with
Israel in the near future. The
reason: officially, because Israel
no longer occupies African ter-
ritory (the Sinai) and if Egypt,
following Israel's withdrawal
from that peninsula, could make a
peace treaty with Jerusalem, why
need African countries be holier
than Cairo? Unofficially and more
importantly, the Africans were
disappointed by the lack of inade-
quacy of the Arab response to
their break with*lsrael, and never
lost their appreciation for the
value of Israeli aid and
a child have flared into acts of
violence against abortion clinics,
and intimidation of their clients, it
is important and fitting that we
mark the anniversary of the
momentous United States
Supreme Court decision in the
case of Roe v. Wade which affirm-
ed that basic right.
Roe v. Wade significantly
enhanced the dignity and majesty
of American society by guarantee-
ing freedom of choice over one of
the most private and intimate
decisions a woman can make. It
brought an end to back-alley abor-
tions that victimized women and
stigmatized them as criminals.
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technological knowhow, which in The decision required no one to
quite a few countries continued have an abortion; but
even as diplomatic relations re-
mained suspended.
The story of Israel's wide-
ranging development work, and of
the changing relationships bet-
ween Israel and many African na-
tions, also tells us something
about these countries themselves.
For example, Liberia is a country
close to the United States and the
West in general, struggling with
vast development tasks against
heavy odds and open to help from
those who are not daunted by the
challenge. In the Ivory Coast,
development has made impressive
strides and offers opportunities
for more sophisticated forms of
assistance and investment. And in
Cameroon, President Biya bases
his development policy on a
vigorous agricultural sector as the
source of national strength and
economic growth a refreshing
contrast to many developing coun-
tries where policies that have fail-
ed are being perpetuated in the
face of failure.
It is thus not by accident, but by
perceived opportunity to be of
help where countries want to help
themselves, that Israel is welcome
and assisting development. Other
Western aid providers might
beneift from the Israeli
experience.
declare that the moral question of
whether or not to have an abor-
tion should be left to the individual
most directly involved.
The Roe v. Wade, decision did
not interfere with the right of any
group to express its views on the
morality of abortion; but it did
prohibit government from in-
truding on a woman's right to
make such sensitive and private
decisions for herself.
Studies have shown that a ma-
jority of Americans support the
Supreme Court decision in Roe V.
Wade. Some opponents, however,
have sought through intimidation!
often violent, and legislative cir-
cumvention to thwart the majori-
ty will.
Therefore, on the anniversary
of that landmark ruling we reaf-
firm our support for freedom of
choice and recommit ourselves to
the struggle against efforts to
abrogate or restrict it.
RONALD G. COHN
Regional Director
American Jewish Congress
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Pictured here are just a few of
the hundreds of volunteers who
helped to make Super Sunday
'86 a huge success. Working on
the telephones, participating in
a training session or working
in the non-phone room,
everyone captured the spirit, of
the day to help Tampa move
forward to provide the needed
services locally, nationally and
overseas.
Super Sunday Tops $90,000Goal Expected to Be Reached
When Jane Spector and Jan
Wuliger, Co-Chairmen of Super
Sunday and Super Week adopted
a goal of $125,000 for the Feb. 2
event, it was with uncertainty
that such an ambitious goal could
be reached. With the encourage-
ment of the Campaign Chairman
Doug Cohn, a superb Super Sun-
day Committee, and 200
volunteers, over $90,000 was rais^y
ed. IV additional $35,000 is ex-
pected to be raised during Super
Week, Feb. 3-6.
"We are very grateful to
everyone who participated and a
special 'thank you' goes to the in-
dividuals who said 'yes' on Super
Sunday," stated Wuliger and
Spector. "It was exciting to see
the dollars climb as the day
progressed."
"Hundreds of new gifts were
also obtained this year during
Super Sunday, and we appreciate
the commitment from these in-
dividuals who never gave to the
Tampa Jewish Federation," com-
mented Paul Sper, new gifts
chairman. "It goes to show that
the potential for giving in this
community is great and that we
need to continue our educational
efforts beyond Super Sunday."
"The success of Super Sunday
will be a tremendous impetus to
the general campaign goal of 1.3
million," stated Cohn. "While
much work lies ahead, the
response by volunteers and con-
tributors is very encouraging."
The 1986 Tampa Jewish
Federation-United Jewish Appeal
will continue through the end of
March. Individuals who have not
had the opportunity to make their
1986 pledge are encouraged to
contact the Tampa Jewish
Federation and to be a part of the
"We Are One" spirit.
Special thanks go to these in-
dividuals who contributed to the
success of Super Sunday:
Dan Albert Recruitment, Don
Weinbren, Lee Tobin Ar-
rangements, Elaine Linsky,
Jerilyn Goldsmith Public Rela-
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Linda Blum, Sharon Mock
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Hill Printing, J.B. Hanover,
Treasure Isle, Inc. (phone spon-
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Engagements
BECKERPESKIND
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Becker
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Leslie Rachelle, to
Steven Phillip Peskind, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Peskind, Dallas,
Texas.
Leslie is a graduate of the
University of Texas at Austin and
in employed by Arthur Young,
Inc., Public Accounting firm,
Dallas, Texas.
Steven is a graduate of the
University of Texas at Austin and
is attending Southwestern
Medical School, Dallas. Texas.
A June 15 wedding is planned at
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
with a reception at the Lincoln
Hotel.
KIMPELLENHOFF
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kimpel,
Warren, Ohio announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kathryn Renee, to Martin David
Lenhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max-
well Lenhoff, Tampa.
Steven Peskind and Leslie
Becker
The hride-elect is a graduate of
the University of South Florida
and is a representative of the
Prudential Insurance Company of
America.
A May wedding is planned at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
The Department of Florida Jewish War
Veterans and Auxiliary donated several
planters to the VA Pasco Clini*. Dr. William
S. Miller, Medical Officer in Charge of the
Port Rickey Clinic accepted the planters on
B&P Women
behalf of the patients and staff. Photo Left to
right: Dept. Jr. Vice President, Rita Saslow;
PDP. Mae Scheiber; PD Adj., Arthur Wein-
traub; Dept. Sr. Vice Commander, Jack
Feilich; VAVS Rep. Minnie Posner; Dept. Sr.
Vice President, Lillian Weintraub; Gulf
Coast County President, Ruth Eiseman; and
Dr. Miller (VA Photo by Warren Boutchia).
Wedding
Pozin, Dale Kennon, and David
Kennon, Missouri.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania,
the couple will live in Tampa.
Continued from Page 1
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The Network is open to all work
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and Gail Pozin, Tampa, was mar-
ried to Allen Kennon, son of
Wyman and Shirley Kennon,
House Springs, Missouri, Feb. 2,
at the NCO Club at MacDill Air
Force Base. Rabbi Arthur
Baseman officiated.
Grandparents of the bride are
Nat and Estelle Weiner, Delray
Beach, Florida. Grandmother of
the groom is Marie Keen.
The bride's attendants, all from
Tampa, were maid of honor Diane
Pozin; bridesmaids, Abby Jacoby,
Francine Lasky, Tammy
Whitlock, and Liz Grant. The
groom's attendants were best
man, David Chanplain; and
ushers, Andrew Pozin, Donald
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Bat Mitzvah
GAEL AND KAREN LEVIN
Gael Ann Levin and Karen
Elizabeth Levin, daughters of
Peter and Judy Levin, will be call-
ed to the Torah as B'not Mitzvah
on Saturday, Feb. 8, at 9:30 a.m.
at Congregation Kol Ami. Rabbi
H. David Rose and Cantor Sam
Issak will officiate.
Gael is an 8th grader at
Buchanan Jr. High. She is a
member of the Student Advisory
Committee. She attends Hebrew
High at Kol Ami and is member of
Kadima. Karen is in the 6th grade
at Lockart. She is a member of the
Gimel class and the Boneem youth
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lght to practice their Jewish
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' Oklahoma City and the San Fran-
isco area will join in the simcha.
The maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Bolton will host the
Friday evening Oneg. A luncheon
will be held following services on
Saturday morning. Peter and
Judy Levin will host a dinner at
their home for their out of town
guests that evening.
Special guests include Lisa Har-
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shanker,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fybel, Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Levin, the Sar
Kaufman family, Dr. Joel Kavet,
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Barer and Mr.
and Mrs. Herb Levin.
DANA HIRSCH
Dana Jill Hirsch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Hirsch,
will be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitevah Saturday, Feb. 15 at 10
a.m. at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth Berger
and Cantor William Hauben will
officiate.
The celebrant is a student in the
Rodeph Sholom Religious School
and a member of Kadima. Dana
attends 7th Grade at Coleman
Junior High School. She was on
the Hillsborough County Athletic
Academic honor roll and plays
softball for the Tampa Bay Little
League.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Becker and
Dr. and Mrs. David Brack will
host the Friday evening Oneg
Shabbat. The Kiddush luncheon
following the services will be
hosted by Dana's grandmothers,
Mrs. Harry Brevda and Mrs.
Miriam Hirsch; and her aunts and
uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Brev-
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Congregations/Organizations Events
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ENTERTAINERS
ANNOUNCED FOR
Rodeph Sholom
Mute Festival Co-Chairmen of
the 17th Annual Jewish Music
Festival, Jay Markowitz and Can-
tor William Hauben have an-
nounced that the featured enter-
tainers will be Marilyn Michaels
and Ron Eliran.
Miss Michaels will bring to the
Tampa area an evening of music
and comedic flair. She is, in the
words of the critics, a "multi-
faceted performer."
Ron Eliran has been acclaimed
by critics as an exceptional talent,
a beautiful voice, and an enter-
tainer with humor and
showmanship.
The Music Festival Committee
is pleased to announce the signing
of these two marvelous talents.
The Festival will take place on
Sunday, March 9 at 8 p.m. at Con-
gregation Rodeph Sholom, 2713
Bayshore Blvd. The Festival is
under the capable direction of
Rodeph Sholom's own Cantor
Hauben, who has earned national
acclaim for his efforts in behalf of
Jewish music and his innovation
of the Jewish Music Festival.
Ticket informaiton is available
by calling the synagogue office at
837-1911. Mrs. William Outer is in
charge of ticket reservations.
Don't forget to mark your
calenders for a wonderful.
entertaining evening at the 17th
annul Jewish Mute Festival,
Sunday, March 9.
FOUR AREA
CONGREGATIONS
Jointly Host Seminary
Outreach Lecture Series
The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, the
Southeast Region Rabbinical
Assembly, and the Southeast
Region United Synagogue of
America proudly announce Dr.
Jack Wertheimer, Assistant Pro-
fessor, Department of Jewish
History at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, who will be
speaking on "The Condition of
American Jewry Today."
The"Outreach Program" con-
sists of four individual lectures,
which together make up a mini
course. A certificate of completion
will be awarded to all those who
attend the entire lecture series.
All lectures are free to the public
Dr. Jack Wertheimer
and a social hour will be held each
evening by the host Congregation.
The first lecture which will be
Monday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. will be
held at Congregation Beth
Shalom in Clearwater, where Dr.
Wertheimer will speak on "The
Creation of American Jewry."
The second lecture will be Tues-
day, Feb. 11, at Congregation Kol
Ami in Tampa.
The third lecture will be
Wednesday, Feb. 12 at Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel in St.
Petersburg.
On Thursday, Feb. 13 the lec-
ture series will conclude at Con-
gregation Rodeph Sholom in
Tampa.
Bus transportation to the
Pinellas County lectures is
available by calling Congregation
Kol Ami at 962-6338 or Congrega-
tion Rodeph Sholom at 837-1911
for departure times.
CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
Rally Hunt
The preview of the
magnificently-framed
lithographs, oils, watercolors,
enamels, etchings and mixed
media starts at 7 p.m. in the
Auditorium. Come browse, ex-
plore and discover your favorite
pieces. The Auction will begin at 8
p.m. Included among the artist's
works for sale will be Chagall,
Matisse, Dali, Miro, Rockwell,
Neiman, Boulanger, De La Croix
and many, many more.
Admission is $5 per person; hors
d'oeuvres and desserts will be
served throughout the evening.
Door prizes and a raffle are plann-
ed, too. And, most importantly, all
proceeds will benefit Women's
American ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation and Training), a
worldwide organization dedicated
to teaching Jewish youth and
adults trades and skills, and pro-
viding them an opportunity to
learn how to provide for
themselves. For further informa-
tion, call Ellen Stein, 963-6034.
B'NAI B'RITH
B'nai B'rith, the world's oldest
and largest Jewish service
organization, announces the for-
mation of its newest unit in Bran-
don, Fla. The first meeting of this
unit will take place on Sunday,
Feb. 9, at the home of Dr. Steven
Sweiback. For further informa-
tion contact Joanne Ronay, Chair-
man of the organizing committee
at 684-6611 or the B'nai B'rith
Regional office in Tampa at
968-8835.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAIZEDEK
Sisterhood Fashion Show
Please reserve Monday, March
3 for the annual Sisterhood
fashion show to be held in the
Social Hall at 11:30 a.m.
The fashions will be presented
by the Added Touch, Persnickety,
and Chicken Little. The luncheon
chairmen are Lucille Falk and Sue
Sutker. The cost of the luncheon is
$35 Patrons and $15 for Guests.
Your check is your reservation.
(Babysitter available upon re-
quest. Please call 876-2377)
TAMPA BAY
JEWISH SINGLES
A terrific evening awaits you
when you join the TBJS's at Ben-
nigan's at Crossroads for an even-
ing of mixing, mingling and danc-
ing, dancing, dancing. The back
room is all ours 7:30 p.m. to
midnight. Complete with raised
dance floor and special lighting.
Bennigan's disc jockey will pro-
vide the music for your listening
and dancing, dancing, dancing
pleasure.
Special menu service and cash
bar is available. Fee: $4 at the
door. Bennigan's is located in the
Crossroads Plaza, 2126 Tyrone
Blvd., St. Petersburg. For more
details, contact Cathy at
969-3441.
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CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Young Couples Group
The Rodeph Sholom Young
Couples Group is alive and well.
We are planning the next function
(tentatively scheduled) on Satur-
day, Feb. 15.
We are a great bunch of people
always looking for new par-
ticipants. For more information
please call Barb and Phil Leckner
at 935-3358. Don't be shy, be ac-
tive and call!! We will be looking
forward to hearing from YOU!!!
Men's Club
The next meeting of the Rodeph
Sholom Men's Club will be held on
Wednesday, Feb. 12, 6:30 p.m. A
comedy hour will be presented.
All new members to our
synagogue are invited to attend.
The president is Donald Linsky.
On Saturday, March 8 the great
Second Annual Kol Ami Rally
Hunt will take place. It will be a
night filled with excitement,
adventure, and a great deal of fun.
The event will have to be limited
to the first 50 cars that enter.
There will be a maximum of six
people per car. The price is $45
per couple. The closing date is
Feb. 24. A late night bite and door
prizes will top off this wonderful
event. For those who wish to
order your very own rally hunt T-
shirt to wear to "the hunt," they
are available at $5.95 each.
The entire community is invited
to attend this event. For further
information call Karen at the
Synagogue office 962-6338.
Annual Study
Day Program
The Congregation Kol Ami an-
nual Study Day Program will be
held Sunday, Feb. 23 at Temple
Zion Israeli Center, 8000 Miller
Road, SW 56th St., Miami, FL
beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Marion Shulezitz will be the
guest speaker. Her topic will be
"Ruth, A Woman's Story." Mrs.
Shulezitz is a second year rab-
binical student at the Seminary
and a former member of Beth
David in Miami.
The cost is $4 per person
lunch included. Please make
reservations by Feb. 16.
Mail reservations to: Mrs. Jen-
nie Solo, 8271 Southwest 32nd
St., Miami, FL 33155.
"OVER 50"
Second Time Arounders
Are you interested in meeting
couples who are second time
arounders??? Lets get together
for a new beginning! Call
977-4985.
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Progressive Dinner
Ameet Chaper of Hadassah is
planning their annual Progressive
Dinner which intends to be a
delightful affair. The lucky
members will begin the
Sweetheart Supper with cocktails
and hors d'oeuvres in Avila,
followed by dinner in Carrollwood
and climaxing with scrumptious
desserts and piano accompani-
ment in old Carrollwood. These
festivities begin Saturday, Feb. 8
at 7 p.m. Reservations may be
made with Honey Minkin at 4011
Carrollwood Village Drive, Tam-
pa, FL 33624. 963-3081 for $17.50
per person.
TEMPLE DAVID
SISTERHOOD
Temple David Sisterhood
wishes to inform the community
of their Annual Purim Hamen-
taschen Bake Sale which consists
of prune or poppyseed hamen-
taschen. As usual, they will be
delicious and delectable. Please
call in your order to Sadie
Wahnon at 876-0673. They will
make your Purim most
pleasurable.
ART FOR ORT
February 15 Auction
It's an annual event
Women's American ORT's Art
Auction. If you've never attended
an ORT Art Auction, now's your
chance to discover why it's
become an annual eveht. If you
have already experienced the
beauty and fun of an ORT Art
Auction, you'll definitely want to
participate this Feb. 15 at the
Jewish Community Center.
Area Synagogues
To Host
Outreach Lecture Series
Dr. Jack Wertheimer, Assistant
Professor of History, Jewish
History, Jewish Theological
Seminary, has been confirmed for
the second annual West Coast
JTSA Outreach series. The theme
for the Mini-Course is "The Condi-
tion of American Jewry Today."
The schedule is as follows:
Monday, Feb. 10, Lecture No. 1
"The Creation of American
Jewry," Beth Shalom,
Clearwater.
Tuesday, Feb. 11, Lecture No. 2
To place a Bar/Bat Mitz-
vah announcement in the
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
please have information,
(typed/double spaced), in
the office, 2808 Horatio
Street, Tampa, Florida
33609, three weeks prior to
the event.
Religious Directory
TEMPLE DAVID
2001 Swann Avenue 251-4215 Rabbi Samuel Mallinger Services: Friday. 8 p.m.;
Saturday, 9 a.m. Daily morning and evening minyan. 7:30 a.m.: 5:45 p.m.
CONGREGATION KOL AMI CTrativt
3919 Moran Road 962-6338 Rabbi H. David Row. Cantor Sam Iiaak > Services:
Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m.
CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM Conservative
2713 Bayahore Boulevard 837-1911 Rabbi Kenneth Berger, hazzan William
Hauben Services: Friday. 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. Daily: Minyan. 7:15.
CONGREGATION SCHAARAI ZEDEK Refona
3303 Swann Avenue 876-2377 Rabbi Herbert Drooi. Rabbi Joan Glaier Farber.
Services: Friday. 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m.
CONGREGATION BAIS TEFFILAH Orthodox
3418 Handy Road No. 103 Rabbi Yoasi Dubrowski 962-2375 Services Friday
evening 7 p.m.; Saturday morning 9:30 a.m.
CHABAD HOUSE JEWISH STUDENT CENTER
10222 Pawnee Avenue Student Representative Jay Pepose 985-5391 Ex-
ecutive Director Rabbi Yoasi Dubrowski 962-2375 Friday evening services 7:30
p.m.
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Jewish Student Center, University of South Florida
CTR 2S82 Rabbi Steven J. Kaplan. Director 5014 Patricia Ct No. 172, Tampa,
Florida 33617 (Village Square Apts.) 988-7076 Services and Oneg Shabbat Friday
evening 7 p.m. Sunday Bagel Brunches, 11:80 a.m.
JEWISH CONGREGATION OF SUN CITY CENTER
634-9162, United Community Church, 1501 La Jolla Street, Sun Cite Center, Ser-
vices: Friday, 8 p.m.
RECONSTRUCTIONS COMMUNITY CHAVURAH
Rseonstructioiust. 5014 Patricia Court, Tampa. 33617. Rabbi Steven Kaplan Study
lesions on select Sundays. 988-7076.


Friday, February 7, 1986/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 11
Community Calendar
Saaday'i Taac in "The
Jewish Bond" WMNK
88.5FM 10:30 a.a.-l
p.m.
Candlelight!**; time..
Friday. February 7.
5:55 p.m.
Friday. Febraary 14.
:00 p.m.
Friday. February 21.
C:05 p.m
KOL AMI KADIMA JAX
CONVENTION
KOL AMI-NO
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SCHAABAI ZBDEK
JUNIOR YOOTB
GROUP
7:30 TAMPA JEWISH
FEDERATION YOUNG
ADULT DIVISION
16
HILLEL/TAMPA
JEWISH FAMILY
SERVICES JOINT
PROGRAM
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
SehZFTY
5:00 EOL AMI FAMILY
SKATE
EOL AMI EADIMA
JAX CONVENTION
6:00 SCHAARAI
ZEDEE SISTERHOOD
CRADLE ROLL AND
TOT SHABBAT
8:00 RODEPH 8HOLOM
SISTERHOOD
SHABBAT
0M
GASPARILLA DAY
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CLOSED
12:15 SCHAARAI
ZEDEE EXECUTIVE
BOARD MEETING
4:00 MARY WALEER
BOARD MEETING
7:30 EOL AMI ADULT
EDUCATION
10
1:30 JWV AUXILIARY
BOARD MEETING
5:30 TAMPA JEWISH
FEDERATION WD
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EVENT
7:30 KOL AMI ADULT
EDUCATION
8:00 SCHAARAI
ZEDEK BOARD OF
TRUSTEE MEETING
17
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11
1140 ORT/BAY
HORIZONS CHAPTER
GENERAL MEETING
12:00 TOP MEETING
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ZEDEK ADULT
HEBREW EDUCATION
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10:00 'JEWISH
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10:00 TEMPLE DAVID
SISTERHOOD BOARD
MEETING
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JEWISH SURVIVAL
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WOMEN VP MEETING
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DIVISION LION OF
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12:00 SCHAARAI
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ONEG SERVICE
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JAX CONVENTION
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SCHAARAIZEDEE
SCHOLAR IN
RESIDENCE
"The Religious Life of the
American Jew," Kol Ami, Tampa
Wednesday, Feb. 12, Lecture
No. 3 "Anti-Semitism,
American Style," Congregation
B'Nai Israel, St. Petersburg
Thursday, Feb. 13, Lecture No.
4 "American Jewry to the End
of the Century," Rodeph Sholom,
Tampa
The above lectures will all take
place at 8 p.rp. and will be follow-
ed by a coffee hour.
Congregation
Rodeph Sholom WiU Host
Lecture No. 4
Of The United Synagogue
Outreach Series
On Thursday evening, Feb. 13,
at 8 p.m. Congregation Rodeph
Sholom will host the fourth in a
series of lectures by Dr. Jack Wer-
theimer of the Jewish Theological
Seminary. The subject of the lec-
ture will be "American Jewry to
the End of the Century."
We hope that we will have a
huge turnout to greet Dr. Wer-
theimer and the members of other
area synagogues that will be at-
tending. The lecture will be
followed by a coffee hour.
Rabbi Drooz At Schaarai Zedik
Rabbi Herbert E. Drooz, rabbi
emeritus of Congregation Beth
Emeth in Wilmington Delaware,
has joined Congregation Schaarai
Zedek as the interim acting senior
Rabbi.
Drooz, a native New Yorker, is
a graduate of State University of
New York at Albany, and Hebrew
Union College.
Upon leaving Hebrew Union
College Rabbi Drooz took his first
pulpit as a wartime replacement
in Wilmington, Delaware, at Con-
gregation Beth Emeth. In 1946 he
took his first official pulpit at
Sinai Temple in Michigan City, In-
diana, and a year later was
"recalled" to Congregation Beth
Emeth and remained there ever
since.
He is a member of many profes-
sional and civic organizations and
was awarded the Delaware State
Medical Association Annual
Award for Distinguished Service
in 1981; the recipient of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews Honoree Award in 1982;
and has had his own radio pro-
gram on station WDEL in Wilm-
ington, called "The Rabbi
Korn Joins Family Service Staff
Focusing on family relation-
ships is a priority for Naomi Korn.
"When I see a patient I see that
the family has problems and I
want to work with the entire fami-
ly in keeping it whole," said Korn.
Korn has joined the professional
staff of the Tampa Jewish Family
Services as a clinical social
worker. The seven year resident
of St. Petersburg brings op-
timism, flexibility, and an enjoy-
ment of social work, together with
her expertise to this social agency.
Obituaries
ROTHBERG
Nathan Rothberg. 74. 605 Lakeview Drive
East. Royal Palm Beach. Fla., 88411. died
January 22. Before moving to the east coast
he had been the executive director of the
Tampa Jewish Community Center for 18
yean. He is survived by his wife. Louise;
?*. Dr. Martin and Sharon Rothberg.
Kendall. Fla.. Ronald and EUene Rothbarf,
Alexandria. Va.-. and four grandchildren.
Naomi's previous experience
has included work with the
American Red Cross in service to
military families, the Family Ser-
vice Association of Buffalo, New
York, and the Gulf Coast Family
Service of Pinellas County in addi-
tion to a private clinical practice.
At the Gulf Coast Family Ser-
vice she was instrumental in
developing the Adopt-A-
Grandchild program which con-
nects seniors and children in need
of adult companionship and
tender loving care, and the Adopt-
A-Grandparent program, working
with single parents and parents of
handicapped children on a one-to-
one basis. "I know the importance
of teaching people that there are
meaningful 'significant others'
when there is no family near,"
said Korn.
Korn is married to Saul Korn,
an estate diamond broker and
they have three children, Daniel,
Shoshanna, and Uri Max.
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Jonathan A. Fust Dedicated to serving
Our Jewish Community
Owner
Funeral Director
4100-16th Street N.
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.247-1772
Rabbi Herbert Drooz
Speaks" since 1949.
Rabbi Drooz and his wife,
Florence, have two grown
children, Daniel and Johanna.
JCC Community Tu Bishvat Great Success
Despite torrential rains, over 300 people enjoyed the JCC Tu
Bishvat celebration held on Sunday, January 26th at Congrega-
tion Kol Ami. The program began with words of welcome from
local Jewish dignitaries, followed by plant pot painting, tree
planting and Community sing. Young and old participated with
enthusiasm. Pictured in Photo: Phyllis Browarsky, Nettie Mat-
tax, Jan Wuliger and Johanna Barat only a few of the many hard
working volunteers who prepared the fabulous lunch that was
served.
THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA
THE SOUTHEAST REGION RABBINICAL ASSEMBLY
THE SOUTHEAST REGION UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
proudly announce
DR. JACK WERTHEIMER
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"THE CONDITION OF AMERICAN JEWRY TODAY"
four individual lectures, which together make ap a mini-course certificate of completion
to be awarded to all those who attend the entire lecture series
THE CREATION OF AMERICAN JEWRY.
Mo-day. February 10.1966. MO p.m.
to be held at Congregation Beth Shalom,
1326 South Belcher Road. CUarwater. Florida
818/681-1418
THE RELIGIOUS LIFE OF THE
AMERICAN JEW.
Tuesday. February 11,1966.8:00 p.m
to be held at Congregation Kol ami.
3919 Moran Road. Tampa. Florida 813/962-6338
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC SOCIAL HOUR FOLLOWING LECTURES
For Transposition and Additional Information, Call any ol tna tent participating synagogues Uatad above.
ANTI-SEMITISM AMERICAN STYLE.
Wednesday. February 12.1986.8:00 p.m
to be held at Congregation B 'not Israel,
301 69th Street North. St. Petersburg. Florida
818/381-4900
AMERICAN JEWRY TO THE END OF
THE CENTURY.
Thursday. February 13, 1986,840 p jn.
to be held at Congregation Rodeph Shalom,
2713 Bay shore Boulevard. Tampa. Florida
813/837-1911-
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