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Super Sunday A Roaring Success
1987 Campaign Goal Set At $1.4 Million
Douglas Cohn, President and
Walter Kessler, 1987 Campaign
Chairman of the Tampa Jewish
Federation have announced a $1.4
million dollar goal for the 1987
Tampa Jewish Federation/United
Jewish Appeal Campaign. The
goal, a $300,000 increase over the
1986 results, was adopted last
week at the January meeting of
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Board of Directors. "The $1.4
million is a minimum goal," ex-
plained Kessler, "in order to meet
all the needs for our Tampa com-
munity we will need closer to $1.5
million. This figure was based on a
survey of budget requirements for
next year as expressed by the ma-
jor beneficiary agencies here in
Tampa," Kessler concluded.
The Board of Directors of the
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division increased their
goal for the 1987 Campaign to
$320,000. Last year the Women's
Division was responsible for rais-
ing $273,000 of the total $1.1
million raised. "We know the
women of Tampa will respond
with increased giving to help us
reach our Women's Division and
overall goal," stated Aida
Weissman and Ellen Stern,
Women's Division Campaign Co-
Chairwomen. The Women's Divi-
sion Board of Directors has
already begun to lead the way
with over a 23 percent card for
The 1987 Tampa Jewish Federation/United Jewish Appeal Campaign
Super Sunday was a "roaring success" according to Don Wembren and
Cathy Gardner, Super Sunday co-chairmen.
Hundreds of volunteers turned out at the Jewish Community Center
on Sunday, Feb. 1 to make calls on behalf of local, national, and
overseas agencies. Using a "Roaring 20's" theme for a roarag good
time almost 2,000 people were called to participate financially in the
1987 Campaign. Adrienne Ness was in charge of arrangements and
Risa Mendelson was chairman of recruitment.
One of the most successful Super Sundays ever. The results showed a
40 percent increase on a card to card basis over last year. Final results
will be announced in the next issue.
Exploring Our Futures
A special career opportunity ex-
ploration day will be held on Sun-
day, Feb. 22, from 11:30 a.m. to
1:45 p.m. at Congregation Kol
Ami and the Jewish Community
This program, which is especial-
ly designed for confirmation and
post-confirmation students of
Tampa congregations and other
interested teenagers, will feature
a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to
12:15 p.m., a program consisting
of mini-conferences with qualified
professionals from varying fields
of endeavor from 12:15-1:30 p.m.,
and a summary from 1:30-1:45
p.m. These professionals who are
called "mentors," will provide an
overview of their particular
career and will answer questions
posed by the students. Each stu-
dent will have the opportunity to
explore career information with
This unique community effort is
sponsored by Congregation
Schaarai Zedek through its Sue
Brav Educational Fund in
cooperation with Tampa Jewish
Family Service, and is co-
sponsored by Congregation Kol
Ami and Congregation Rodeph
As a follow-up to the program,
plans are underway to maximize
the information given at the
workshop by allowing teens to ac-
company "mentors" at their
workplaces in coming weeks.
Families having concerns about
their children's futures and the
choices that face them may also
contact Tampa Jewish Family
Service to access its professional
staff for counseling in this area.
In order to match teens to
"mentors," advance registration
is required. Participants should
contact their respective
synagogues for a sign-up card and
return the card completed no later
than Feb. 15.
This innovative program, which
is the start of an annual event for
the Jewish community, was in-
itiated by Rabbi Berger, Rabbi
Birnholz, Rabbi Farber, Rabbi
Rose, and Dr. Anschel Weiss, Ex-
ecutive Director of Tampa Jewish
Family Service with the help of
Karen Shilit, Family Life Educa-
tion Chairperson. Janice
Perelman, Coordinator of Family
Life Education, is coordinating
Tu B'Shevat Celebration
See Story Page 2
Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, February 6, 1987
By Amy Scherzer
Elected. Congratulations to Jay Juitin Older, MD who has
been elected president of the American Society of Ophthalmic
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) for 1987.
ASOPRS is composed of physicians and surgeons who devote a
significant segment of their professional life to diseases and
surgery of the eyelids, orbit and lacrimal system.
A Fellow of both the American College of Surgeons and the
American Academy of Ophthalmology, he has authored or co-
authored more than 35 scientific articles and textbook chapters.
His recently completed textbook, entitled "Eyelid Tumors:
Clinical Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment," is scheduled for
distribution next month.
Jay is currently an associate professor of ophthalmology, part-
time, at USF where he is director of the oculoplastic service and
in private practice of ophthalmic plastic surgery.
Masol tov to Rabbi Kenneth R. Berger on being asked to give
the invocation at Gov. Bob Martinez' inauguration last month in
New Veep. Congregation Kol Ami is proud to announce the
election of Dr. Steven Field to vice-president of the Central
Council of the Southeast Region of United Synagogues of
America. Sen. Lawton Chiles installed Steve at a recent regional
convention of the Southeast Region of United Synagogues of
America, held ih Tampa. Steve was co-chairman of the meeting
and Sen. Chiles was the keynote speaker.
The immediate past-president of Kol Ami, and currently a
member of the board of trustees, Steve also serves as a member
of the Advisory Council of the Board of International Synagogues
New Ort Chapter. The Tampa Bay Region of Women's
American ORT presented a charter to its newest chapter, "Tam-
pa Career Chapter." The ceremony took place Jan. 11 at the
home of Eileen and SteTea Bauagartea.
Realizing that due to work, family and other interests, women
today have very little time to give to volunteerism, they are gear-
ing meetings to accomplish a purpose.
Rath Klein, president of the region, installed Eileen
Baaaagartaa, president; Esther Posaer, secretary; and Jae
Bolnick, financial secretary and treasurer. Portfolio chairmen
appointed that night were Elaine Breitstein, Gail Verlin, Abby
Segal, Toad Sehalta. Niaa Long. Sherri Kramer, Marsha Sher-
man and Marcia Rogers.
For information on any of Tampa's ORT chapters, call Barbara
Glaaser, "day chapter," 973-1174; Lynn Billing, "Evening
chapter," 968-9145; or Eileen Baumgarten, "career chapter,"
Happy 90th Birthday to Rose Kleban! There was a big celebra-
tion in her honor at the Embassy suites Hotel, given by Rose's
children: Gloria and Arnold Barr, Tampa; Mary and Irving
Kleban, Lauderhill; Ferae and Morton Kleban, Morristown,
PA'/i All her grandchildren and great grandchildren attended,
too; Scott and Jayne Barr and their children, Adam and Dana,
Tampa; Mollie and Dennis Kleban and their children, Jennifer,
Stephanie and Warren, Maryland; Joan and Raymond Golds-
tein and daughter Leah, N.J.; Bonnie Eisenman, Miami; Donna
Kleban, N.Y.; and Joan Kleban, Penna. Also there was Rose's
sisters Molly and Helen and many other family members from
N.J., Pa. and Florida. Friends from the Jewish Towers included
Marcia Mason, Irving Garber, Miriam Tarnofsky and Gertrude
Arch. Friends of Gloria and Arnold who have known Rose for so
many years were happy to be included, too: Selma and Harold
Rosenthal; Phyllis and Dan Arak; Paula and Dick Weber; Roz
and Bill Willis, Gloria and Billy Mills, Esther and Fred
Schneid and Marcia and Herb Bender.
Golden anniversary. Pauline and Leo Chaitow celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary last month when their children,
Ethel and Dennis Field, Marylin and Ronald Berraan. Dorothy
and Bob Katz and Barbara and Al Brooks honored them at a
special Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush luncheon following religious
Because their anniversary was on Shabbat, a typical reaffirma-
tion of vows was not appropriate. So Joyce Hartman wrote and
Rabbi Berger presented a special ceremony using symbols of the
sabbath to describe their 50 years together.
Joining in the celebration were grandchildren: Sherry Berraan,
Orlando; Fran and Jeaae Berraan, Niles, Mich.; Tammy and
Harold Berraan and Danielle aad Joy Kichler, Altamonte Spr-
ings; Melaaie Berraan, Atlanta; Shell aad Robert Wicker and
Laura and Michael Field, Granddaughter Air Force Sgt. Judith
Field sent greetings from Korea.
Out of town guests included Mr. aad Mrs. William Brooks and
Manuela Napier, Orlando; Jadge and Mrs. Eugene Wolin, N.Y.;
Cantor and Mrs. Israel Ideleoha, Southfield, Mich.; Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bernstein and Mr. aad Mrs. James Ingracia,
Babyline. Drs. Andrew and Adrienne Krinsky are pleased to
announce the birth of their second child, Elissa Beth, born Dec.
15 weighing 6 pounds, 7>A oz. Her big brother is Benjamin, age 3,
and his grandparents are Jan and Ed Gantnan of Kiawah Island,
Dr. Brian and Debbie Haft are delighted to announce the ar-
rival of Jessica Goodman Haft, born Jan. 10 weighing 7 lbs., IOVj
Continued on Page 8-
Second Communitywide Tu B'Shevat
February 15 At Schaarai Zedek
On Sunday, Feb. 15, at 9:30
a.m., Tampa will celebrate Tu
B'Shevat at Congregation
Schaarai Zedek. Students from
Congregations Schaarai Zedek,
Rodeph Sholom, Kol Ami, North
Tampa Reform Jewish Congrega-
tion; the Hillel School of Tampa
and the Jewish Community
Center pre-school will participate.
Parents and the public are en-
couraged to attend. There will be
a separate program for the adults
and a free picnic lunch served to
The event is underwritten by
Jewish National Fund and Mr.
and Mrs. David Zohar and
organized by the Israeli and
Shaliach Committee of the JCC
together with representatives
from all the synagogues.
Tu B'SDhevat the 15th of
Shevat (the New year of the
Trees) in ancient Israel marked
the date from which to count the
age of a tree for reasons of taxa-
tion and to indicate the age of the
fruit of the tree. (Fruit could not
be eaten until the fourth year.)
Seasonally this is the approx-
imate time when the sap begins to
flow once again marking the
regrowth and rebirth, as it were,
of the tree following its winter
The most common custom
associated with Tu B'Shevat is
eating of fruit from trees which
grow in Israel, especially the
carob. Some stay up almost all
night studying passages from the
Bible, Mishvah, Talmud and Zohor
that speak about fruit and trees
and then eat the fruit about which
they studied. More recently, it has
become a form of Arbor Day
when it is the custom to plant
trees, or provide money for the
planting of trees in Israel.
Israelis celebrate this holiday by
showing their commitment to the
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Monday, Jan. 6, the Business and Professional Women's Net-
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Restaurant at Maas Brothers for a program on accessorizing. In
addition, Spring fashions for 1987 were modeled by BandP
members, Cindy Spahn and Cathy Gardner.
In addition to the program, women had an opportunity to net-
work. They were also briefed by Leslye Winkelman on the current
status of Anti-Semitic activity. The next B and P program will be
on March J,. Phyllis Kaminsky, Director of the United Nations
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Phyllis Kaminsky Addresses B&P
Women's Network On March 4
Wednesday, March 4, the
Business and Professional
Women's Network of the Tampa
Jewish Federation will hold its an-
nual campaign event, according to
Susan Swift, Campaign Vice-
President for B and P. Phyllis
Kaminsky, Director of the United
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service agency that provides in-
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Jewish youth whose families
reside in the Southeast region.
The need for private funding for
higher education is emphasized
Tampa Jewish Family Service is
proud to be affiliated with this
program. The applicant and fami-
ly must be members of the Jewish
community and have resided for
at least one year in this area. The
with the anticipated cutbacks in
the availability of federal
For additional information or to
receive an application, call
Michele Goldstein at 932-6676 on
Monday-Wednesday or leave a
message at 251-0083.
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be the guest speaker. She will
discuss her role as a Jewish
woman in the United Nations. In
addition, she will inform B and P
how the UN operates.
Ms. Kaminsky has been Direc-
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mation Centre since 1983. She
serves as the liaison between the
United Nations and the United
States in an effort to foster an in-
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and work of the UN. In this role,
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funds raised will benefit local
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world-wide. The program will
begin at 5:80 p.m. and it will be
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Young Adults Division Campaign
Event Is A Major Success
Sunday, Jan. 18, the Young
Adult Division of the Tampa
Jewish Federation hosted its an-
nual campaign event, which was
held at the Airport Marriott. The
Honorable Congressman Larry
Smith delivered a moving and
memorable keynote address.
At the event, YAD raised
Herb Swarzman, Adrienne Ness, Walter
Kessler, Diane Charme, Karen Alter, Mark
Carron, Keith Shilit, Dede Jacobs, Dan
Albert, and Congressman Larry Smith.
(Standing left to right) Susan LeVine, Dr.
Steven Weisbond, Fredda Brinen-Weisbond,
Rob Levinson, and Donna Cohen. (Seated left
to right) Francine LeVine, Dennis LeVine,
EUyne Nordlinger, and Rick Myers.
(Left to right) Lois Greenbaum, Steffi Hoff,
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$6,000, which brings the division
to a total of $17,384 raised for
1987. This is almost a hundred
percent increase over 1986.
"Many individuals have con-
tributed to the campaign's suc-
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These people include: Lois Green-
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Not All Investments Are Investments
By MINDY KLEIN
When is an investment not an
investment? Or, put another way,
when is an investment a true
No, that isn't the latest riddle to
come out of a money manager's
chambers. It just happens to be
one of the most basic questions an
investor should ask himself before
he proceeds to turn his money
over to someone or something
And as basic as the term is, we'll
have to warn you, it's been our ex-
perience that few investors bother
to seek either definitions or
Just to make sure readers of
this column don't suffer from the
same malaise, let's pull out our
trusty investor's primer and dish
up a few portions of education and
information on this important sub-
ject. If you pay close attention,
we'll see that you get a good grade
in the subject. And we may save
you a little money in the process.
Our definition of an investment
is the surrender of purchasing
power to another with a view
toward obtaining a profit in ad-
dition to having the original prin-
cipal returned, intact.
But true investments are sup-
posed to have a couple of other im-
portant virtues. The first is
marketability. That means the in-
vestor should be able to buy and
sell his investment easily, quickly,
and without expense. Inability to
do so can move an investment to
the white elephant category
JNF Education Department's
Tu Bt^Shevat Campaign
Reaches Over 1,500 Schools
Over 1,500 schools throughout
the country are participating in
the Jewish National Fund Educa-
tion Department's comprehensive
educational program called
"Trees, The Bible and You,"
representing units of study on
Israel, Zionism and JNF in con-
junction with Tu bi-Shevat, the
Jewish New Year of the Trees
which will fall on Feb. 14.
"We will reach over 250,000
children from nursery school to
high school with this program,"
stated Dr. Solomon Goldman,
director of JNF's Department of
Education. "The impact of the
JNF educational programs, in-
cluding "The Trees, The Bible and
You.' has grown steadily, thus
evolving into a major factor in
Zionist education in this country,"
'JNF is synonymous with Tu bi-
Shevat," he continued. "Planting
trees is a tangible link to the land
of Israel, and JNF has planted
over 180 million trees since 1901.
It is an important Zionist as well
as JNF duty to make every inch of
land useful in terms of habitation
and cultivation," he said.
The Education Department has
added new Tu bi-Shevat materials
for the nursery school level and a
special newly-released 24-minute
video, "Grandpa's Tree," which
has received a positive response
from students. The video features
a young American musician who
comes to Israel to appear in a
special Tu bi-Shevat concert On
his journey through contemporary
Israel, he searches for a tree
planted by his grandfather
decades ago. JNF's afforestation
and land reclamation programs
are featured in the video.
For more information, contact
Department of Education, JNF,
42 East 69th Street, New York,
N.Y. 10021, (212) 879-9800, ex-
Secondly, true investments
usually do something besides
just sit there, that is. They tend to
generate income. Stocks pay
dividends (sometimes, anyway).
Bonds pay interest (unless they
default). Some real estate in-
vestments earn rental income.
Hot dog stands may provide their
investor with direct profits.
If investments don't generate
income in any form whatsoever,
better re-examine them very
carefully. If they're not easy to
buy and sell, the thoughtful in-
vestor should go on full alert. He
should view them with suspicion.
Incidentally, nearly all in-
vestments are easy to buy. Get-
ting your money out again is
Non-investments are sadly defi-
cient in the qualities just describ-
ed. They're often tough to buy and
sell and you'll probably have to
"pay through the nose in the
Examples? There are plenty of
them. Let's start off with one of
the most common non-
investments of all, your home
or to be more precise, your house.
There probably isn't a red-blooded
American anywhere who doesn't
believe that the piece of real
estate he comes home to every
night isn't an investment And a
darned good one at that
But is it a true investment?
Figure it out for yourself. Does it
generate any income? Answer no.
If you had to sell it in a hurry,
could you? Answer, maybe. At a
fair price, that is? Answer pro-
bably not! And, of course, the fees
to sell are more than modest
And if you sold it what then?
You'll still need a place to live
which means you'll probably
repeat the process. You'll buy
another house, which won't be
easy and it won't be inexpensive
and it won't generate income. No
matter what you think, it's not a
true investment even if you
Another area that has enjoyed a
near unprecedented popularity
play these days is the world of
coins. The numismatic variety,
that is. The attraction here is pro-
bably the usual collectors' crav-
ings, for example, historic coins
(with high intrinsic gold and silver
content) are sought as an invest-
ment refuge. But is it? Apprecia-
tion notwithstanding, coin
"investments" create no
dividends. They're easy to buy but
hard to sell. And the fees, commis-
sions, or mark-ups are a little on
the exploitative side (that means
We think of a lot of other non-
investments people are trafficking
in these days, fully believing
they're pure investments. But we
think you've got the picture.
True enough, there's lots of in-
vestments that people make that
have notoriously bad markets, are
hard (and expensive) to buy and
sell, create absolutely no income,
but still bestow profits on the in-
vestor sometimes a lot of them.
But unless you're a skilled ex-
pert in these non-investment
areas, your fortune will depend
mostly on pure rack. More money
is usually lost than made in such
At least that's been our
(Mindy Klein is a financial con-
sultant with Thornton McKinnon
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2808 Horatio St.
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The Golden Cup
Reviewed By Goldie Shear
Club Variety will bring Goldie Shear to JCC South to review the cur-
rent best seller "The Golden Cup" by Belva Plain.
Reserve Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 7:30 for a delightful evening.
Refreshments will be served. Donation $1.
Tricia Eddy, co-owner of Expressions Custom Fantasia Auction '87, some of the items being
Furniture on South Dale Mabrv, shows donated by Expressions to the Auction.
Johanna Barat, co-chairman of the JCC's
JCC 15-July 10,
Camp June 13-Aug. 7
Fantasia Auction Plans *
Johanna Barat, co-chairman of the JCC's
Fantasia Auction '87, along with Jan Wuliger,
has announced that several important dona-
tions to the Auction have already been received.
Of particular interest are a large wingback
chair, in a designer mauve plaid, chintx fabric,
and two print benches, which were donated by
Tricia Eddy, co-owner of Expressions Custom
Furniture on South Dale Mabry.
The Auction is scheduled to take place on
Saturday night, April 4, at the Hyatt Regency
(Downtown) Hotel. The co-chairmen have re-
quested, if there is something in particular you
are looking to purchase, that you notify either
of them by calling the Center (872-4461). They
Save This Date .
Saturday night, May 2, Israeli
Independence. Saturday night af-
fair featuring Yaffa Yarkoni
renowned Israeli performer.
Health And P.E.
Opea gym" Monday
Wednesday, 6-9 p.m. Members
free, non-members $2,
The JCC 6th and 6th grade
Basketball Team has been practic-
ing on Sundays from 1:80-3:30
p.m. Coach Mitch Linsky is get-
tingliiS team ready for their first
game which is on Feb. 10 at 6 p jn.
against 4he Academy of Holy
Names.'All are welcome to come
to the JCC Gymnasium to cheer
-the teams on.
The 30 and Over Men's
Basketball League is leading into
its 4th week with the Defending
Champions. Jack Levine's team
jumping to a 3-0 record.
. An League games are played
Sunday from 4-9 p.m. .- i .
Join thai fun loving, active
'gftoup of 60 and over singles and
couples for a wide variety of ac-
tivities and warm friendship. En-
joy picnics, sports, outings,
theater trips, gsme nights, lec-
tures, wine and cheese social
hours and more.
Club Variety now meets second
Tuesday of the month.
DISCUSS ANY k ALL
1ST RAF GROUP 2/9/3?
Volunteers are needed tor the following: Baking, Packing,
Call 872-4461 to participate.
The New Year c
A Holiday Program of The Tai
Sunday, February 15, 1987 at Con
Program: Plant Bazaar Plantii
'*'* ^ia o
m unity Center
ajm fantastic I /
%$ 4* /
Friday, February 6, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 7
3919 Moran Road
Tampa, Fla. 33624
JCC Endowment Fund
Dr. and Mrs. Barry Bercu in Memory of Joel Seitz
Dr. and Mrs. Mark Stern in Honor of Stanley Rosenthal's
Dr. and Mrs. Barry Bercu in Memory of Sara Chozen
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Eatroff in Memory of Joan Zinober's
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Eatroff in Memory of Sam Penner
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Eatroff in Memory of Evelyn Erenstoft
Ms. Sadie Wright in Memory of Marie Snadow
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltman in Honor of Louise and Adam
Eatroff s Birthday
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Eatroff in Memory of Sophie Rose
Dr. and Mrs. Barry Bercu in Honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Shana
Dr. and Mrs. Barry Bercu in Memory of Eli Schwartzman
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Helman in Memory of Hershell Chanin
Renee' Miller in Memory of Hershell Chainin
Karl Allison our newest 2nd Home leader at the Main Branch.
New Preschool Class
Main Branch Only
Ages 18-24 months.
Must be 18 months by Jan. 1, 1987.
Time: 9-10:30 a.m, Tuesday and Thursday.
Registration: $30. A parent-child class designed for our
Monthly Tuition: JCC Members: Twice A Week, $45;
Non-members: Twice a Week, $67.50.
For more information, call Cece Hurwitz, Early
Childhood director, 872-4451.
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[anting Presentation Lunch
The JCC Preschool is sponsoring a fantastic raffle to raise
money for computer software, records and film strips. Please con-
tact a preschool parent or stop by the JCC Office North or South
to purchase your lucky ticket.
Drawing will be held, Feb. 22, at Kol Ami Synagogue during
our JCC Preschool Spaghetti Dinner. For more informaiton,
please contact Cece Hurwitz at 872-4451.
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Jewish Family Services
Playing For Fun
Noted child psychiatrist. Dr.
Joseph Lupo, will address the
parents and friends of the Hillel
School of Tampa on Monday even-
ing, Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Hillel School at 501 S. Habana
Street. The topic of the presenta-
tions will be "The Significance of
Play a Lifelong Process."
Tampa Jewish Family Service
and the Hillel School Board of
Directors join together to sponsor
this third annual program which
will benefit the Hilkl School's
students, their parents, and
The fast-paced high-tech world
of today puts pressure on parents
to expose their children to as
many stimulating opportunities as
possible. Parents feel the need to
give their children choices, and
with these choices come respon-
sibilities and stress. In their ef-
forts to offer learning oppor-
tunities to their children, oppor-
tunities which many parents
never had themselves, parents are
often uncertain whether they are
providing too much structure, and
whether the child should also have
time for "real" leisure. In today's
lifestyles, is there time to allow a
child "to do nothing"? And is
"play" really "doing nothing"?
Tampa Jewish Family Service,
in its concern and empathy for
parents who must make such deci-
sions, offers this presentation and
discussion in order to help raise
parents' consciousness regarding
the value of play. Dr. Lupo will be
available for questions at the con-
clusion of the program which will
be facilitated by Janice Perelman,
M.A., coordinator of Family Life
Education for Tampa Jewish
Family Service. The public is in-
vited to attend, and refreshments
will also be served.
Children enrolled in the Hillel
School will take part, as well, in
experiential exercises during
school hours in the same week.
The children's program is design-
ed to be appropriate to each grade
level. Professions! staff of Tampa
Jewish Family Service will join in
this effort, creating an exciting
and novel series of *wnt*
chen two minutes later. What am
I going to do to teach her to mind
These are some of the issues
discussed by a group of mothers
who meet at the JCC North
Preschool every Monday morning
from 9:15 to 11:15 a.m.
The group's facilitator, Robin
King of Tampa Jewish Family
Service, says that this group gives
mothers of young children the op-
portunity to get to know each
other and to share experiences,
frustrations, joys, and challenges
that caring for young children
The weekly fee for each session
is $5 for JCC members and $7.50
for non-members. Babysitters are
available to make attending
For more information or to
enroll in this ongoing group, simp-
ly call Robin at 932-6676 or
933-2764 at Tampa Jewish Family
Service. As a participant, you will
help to determine what topics are
discussed at each session.
At Hillel School
Continued from Page 2
ox. Her big brother is Seott, 3%, and her grandparents are Bar-
bara aad SMaey Goodataa, Sharon, Mass. and Florence and
Larry Haft, Jacksonville. Her great-grandma is Rose Stein,
From the wow, high-country, pollution and ski slopes come
Sandi and Roa Goldstein. Originally from Denver, by way of a
year in Marco Island, they and lads Travis Michael, 3, and
Ashley Brooke, 2, moved to the CarroUwood area about a year
ago. Ron is with the CentrePointe Investments Corp. Saady is a
full-time Mom. They are slowly acclimating to our heat and
humidity, (particularly when they're in the pool!) and are happy
with the weather this week!! Welcome!
"My son always wants his own
way. He doesn't understand the
meaning of the word 'no.' And
he's only two years old! What's
going to happen when he's seven
or eight?" "I send my three-year-
old to her room for punishment
and she's right back out in the kit-
By VICKIE TASKER
Can laundry water be re-used
for watering plants? Are boys
really better at math and science
than girls? How does a camera's
shutter speed affect focus?
These are some of the questions
being investigated by students at
the Hillel School of Tampa in
preparation for the 1987 Science
Fair. The Hillel school's Science
Fair will take place on Wednes-
day, Feb. 11 at 7:30 n.m.. and
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selected students will go on to par-
ticipate in the Hillsborough Coun-
ty Science Fair which will be held
at the University of South
Florida's Sun Dome on March 3
and 4. Students in the 4th and 5th
grades at Hillel School are not re-
quired to do individual projects
but can participate in a class pro-
ject. However, every student in
grades 6, 7 and 8 is required to do
an individual science
In October, 1986, students
began to select topics for in-
vestigation. They were required
to do library research on this topic
in order to establish a hypothesis.
Students were then faced with the
task of performing an experiment
which would prove or disprove
their hypothesis. They were re-
quired to keep a log of all activity
related to their project, and finally
to put together a report on the
over-all project. At the fair
students must display the major
points of their projects on a large
self-supporting board as well as
having their log and report pre-
sent for the judges to scrutinize.
The judges at the Hillel Science
Fair will include: Dr. Braulio
Alonso, Dr. Douglas Raber, Dr.
Carnot Nelson, Dr. Stephen
Stenzler, Dr. Mitchell Checkver,
Dr. Arthur Shapiro, Dr. Joyce
Swarzman and Mr. Michael
Solomon. These judges will no
doubt have a difficult time
deciding on the winners at this
year's fair, as there will be many
capable and skillful future scien-
tists with projects on display.
However, from each class, the
judges must decide on a 1st, 2nd
and 3rd place winner as well as an
overall winner of the Science Fair
and a runner-up. All participants
in the fair will also receive a rib-
bon for participation. First, se-
cond and^ third place winners in
each class will go on to compete at
the Sun Dome.
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Carnations Are The Sweet Treat
On Sweetheart's Day
At Menorah Manor
It's that time of year again
en cupids, hearts, chocolates
bows and arrows abound.
it's right Valentine's Day,
a time for love.
nd to show their love and ap-
ciation, the staff is celebrating
reetheart's Day on Friday, Feb.
by giving carnations to the
special residents of Menorah
phis is the second year
reetheart's Day has been
ebrated at Menorah Manor.
Bt year's event was so popular
Renee Krosner, Director of
avities and Volunteers, decided
1 encore this year would be
illy as successful.
tie residents enjoyed it so
last year, and sj^did the
,' said Mrs. Krosner, "So we
cided we would do it again this
kn fact, as of Jan. 26,109 carna-
kns had already been ordered.
The activities department has
sent order forms to resident's
families, who purchase the carna-
tions at $1 each. Then on
Sweetheart's Day, staff members
distribute the flowers to each resi-
dent. The profit made from sales
will go to the Resident Council,
who last year purchased pots and
pans, and blackout shades for the
"I think it's going to be bigger
this year than it was last year,"
predicted Mrs. Krosner, who said
300 carnations were sold last
year. "I think we're going to sell
about 400 or so."
Sweetheart'8 Day is just one of
the many special events held at
Menorah Manor, and conducted
by the Home's department of ac-
tivities and volunteers. For more
information on how you can
become involved with the
residents at Menorah Manor, call
Renee Krosner at 345-2775.
Friday, February 6, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 9
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We also provide outside catering services. See our Catering
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Fifth Annual Freddie Solomon
Celebrity Golf Classic May 8
The Fifth Annual Freddie
olomon Celebrity Golf Classic, to
enefit the National Kidney Foun-
ation of Florida, will be held Fri-
ay, May 8 at the Northdale Golf
Having suffered kidney injuries
luring his football career, Freddie
olomon has given his time and
Jent to raise funds for the Na-
tional Kidney Foundation. During
he history of the Celebrity Golf
ournament, it has raised over
f) 100,000 for the Foundation to
kssist patients with kidney
Each four-man team will be
paired with a celebrity. Previous
celebrities include: Roger Craig,
Eric Wright, Keena Turner, Mike
Wilson, Joe Montana, Lawrence
Taylor, Ray Snell, Dwight Clark,
James Wilder, Jerry Bell, Ron
Heller, Hugh Green, Theo Bell,
Leroy Selmon, Jimmy Giles, Abe
Gibron and many more. Plus
several local celebrities such as
Dick Crippen, Mark Champion,
Steve Spurrier and John Reeves.
Entry fee for this year's Classic
will be $175 per player, cocktails,
dinner and many prizes are includ-
ed in the cost. Golfers interested
in participating should call the Na-
tional Kidney Foundation of
Florida office at 251-3627 and
When You Think of IRS This Year
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Mon. April 13 Tues. April 21
The observonce of
tradition, the mognificence
of the Sedorim, the
beouty of the Services,
the brillionce of the Holi-
Mala mood, assisted by
the Concord 4 5 Voice
Symphonic Chorale, di-
rected by Matthew Lozor
and Don Vogel. to of-
ficiate at the Services
from Government, Press,
the Arts ond Literature.
Great films. Music day
ond night on weekdays.
Speciolprograms for tots,
tweeners ond teens.
Rabbi Simon Cohen
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"The New Ua, The New You"
8th through 12th Grade girls.
You are invited to join BBYO in
"The New Us, The New You!"
presentation by a notable make-up
What: Make-up consultant and
Why: Membership for BBG
When: Wednesday, Feb. 11
Where: 2808 Horatio St JCC
Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
RSVP by Feb. 9 to Ellen Silver-
man, 872-4451. Transportation
will be provided if needed.
Please join the Tempa Bay
Jewish Singles on Feb. 8 for a
bowling party at the Countryside
Lanes, 2867 US 19 N. Bowling is
$1.40/game and since the fun
begins at 3 p.m., plan to go with
the gang for some dinner
Come meet old friends and
make new ones at the next great
TBJSC Happy Hour on Feb. 18.
We'll be at Biarritz, Coachman
Rd. and US 19 N, Clearwater,
with the mixing starting at 5:30
p.m. Look for our hostess, wear-
ing a flower, to introduce you
Singles Go To Services
Singles go to Services on Feb.
20 at Congregation Schaari
Zedek, 3303 Swan Ave., Tampa.
Services begin at 8 p.m. and feel
free to call Carla at 971-6634 for
more information and directions.
The Temple Ahavat Shalom
Jewish Singles are planning a
camping trip to Ft Wilderness, at
Disney World on May 8-10. Please
call Sandy at 797-3536 for more
information as soon as possible as
space is limited.
A FAMILY EVENT
FOR ALL GENERATIONS
To Speak Fab. 8
Arthur Kurzweil, foremost
Jewish geneologist, will appear
Sunday, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. at the
Safety Harbor Spa on the topic
"From Generation to Generation:
How to Trace Your Jewish
Geneology and Personal History."
Participants will learn to trace
their pasts and discover the lives
of their ancestors Brandeis
Women and The Golda Meir
Center are sponsoring this event,
underwritten by The Charles and
Isadora Rutenberg Family Foun-
Arthur Kurzweil is the author of
the book From Generation to
Generation. Praised as the best
book of its kind, the author proves
that Jews can trace their family
trees, and he uncovers sources to
prove his theory.
An editor of Behrman House,
Mr. Kurzweil has contributed to
The Jewish Catalog series, The
Jewish Almanac, and is a frequent
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The public and all ages are in-
vited to this lively and moving
presentation. Admission, which
includes refreshments, is $5 per
individual adult and free to
children. For further information
and transportation please contact
Marcia Under at The Golda Meir
Attention to the meeting place
... Proud Lion on North
Dalemabry. 9:30. Please be
Feb. 12 ... Joyce Carroll Oates
Adrienne Simons and Ruth Zack
will be the leaders.
March 12 ... Eudora Welty's
... One Writer's Beginning.
Who will be the leader?
April 9 .. Nadine Gordimer's
... Burger's Daughter.
Edith Weber and Helen Gordon
will be the leaders.
April 30... Lauri Lilos ... Por-
trait of an Artist, Autobiography
of Georgia O'Keefe.
Please call Florence
Mandelbaum at 962-6367 and say
you will be a leader.
OF TAMPA BAY
A new group has been formed
whose aim is to help alleviate the
anxieties of anyone with heart
problems or related diseases
which cause heart problems. It is
called "Happy Hearts of Tampa
Bay" and is an educational/self-
help support group which is spon-
sored by the Division of Car-
diology at the University of South
Florida College of Medicine under
the direction of Dr. Stephen P.
Glaaser, professor of medicine and
director, Division of Cardiology at
USFMC (University of South
Florida Medical Center).
The regular meeting will be held
on Tuesday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. in
the MDL Lecture Room 1005 (in
the vicinity of the cafeteria).
There will be subsequent
meetings the third Tuesday of
every month thereafter.
Dr. Guilleramo Cyntron, Chief-
Section of Cardiology at James B.
Haley Veterans Administration
Hospital and full faculty member
of USFMC will speak on "Early
Detection of Heart Disease."
Hillel's doors are open to all col-
lege age students, whether cur-
rently in school or not, from all
backgrounds and all walks of life.
One of the motivating forces
There are no dues, fees, or
solicitation and refreshments are
served. Each person is welcome to
bring a family member or a friend.
For information and directions,
call Sydelle K. Berlin, at
973-0202, or Betty Pac at
The Reconstructionist Com-
munity Chavurah, the only af-
filiated Reconstructionist group in
the entire central Florida area,
has begun another learning tract
in "Get To Know Judaism." This
group will look at the biblical and
historical origins of customs and
ceremonies within our tradition,
and discuss their evolutionary
development. We welcome
anyone interested in joining us.
Other active groups within the
Chavurah include a
theology/philosophy study tract,
the Chavurettes, and a newly
formed group to study aspects of
the various synagogue services.
Weekend Retreat is planned for
May 1, 2, and 3. This retreat will
bring our Tampa and Lakeland
groups together, and we hope to
have two Reconstructionist con-
gregations from South Florida be
with us as well. For further infor-
mation, contact the office or Rab-
bi Kaplan at 972-4433.
With Vision Of Building
The Hillel Jewish Student
Center of Tampa continues to find
record numbers of students atten-
ding their events. Some of the in-
novative happenings seen this
year is the active participation of
AEPi, ZBT, and TEP fraternities
into the calendar of activities, as
well as the forming of a Jewish
Sorority through Hillel on
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Candlelighting time 5:54 p.m.
JCC Vacation Day Program
8 p.m. Rodeph Sholom UJA Shabbat
8 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Shabbat
Saturday, February 7
7:30 p.m. Hadasaah/Ameet Progressive Dinner
Sunday, Febraury 8
Tune in "The Sunday Simcha" WMNF 88.5 FM 11
3 p.m. Kol Ami Kadima and USY
3 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Bowling -
8 p.m. Kol Ami Boneem Convention
Monday, February t
Noon Tampa Jewish Federation/Women's Diviaion
12:16 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Executive Committee
4:80 p.m. Mary Walker Apartments Board meeting
6 p.m. ADL Civil Rights Committee
Tuesday, February 10
Hadassah/Tampa Chapter Board meeting
6 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation/B and P Board
6:30 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Family Night
7:30 p.m. Brandeis Wolbjen Parenting Study Group
7:30 p.m. Hillel School Board meeting
8 p.m. Chabad Lubavitch Study Group
8 p.m. Kol Ami Men's Club meeting
Wednesday. February 11
Jewish Community Food Bank
National Council Jewish Women General meeting
12:30 p.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites
4:45 p.m. Tampa Jewish Family Services Executive
6:30 p.m. Hillel School Science Fair
7:30 p.m. Jewish Women for Jewish Survival
Rodeph Sholom Men's Club
Thursday, February 12
10 a.m. Brandeis Women Literature Study Group
7:50 p.m. Kol Ami Board meeting
Friday, February IS
Candlelighting time 6 p.m.
Kol Ami Kadima Convention Orlando
6:30 p.m. Kol Ami Dinner and Services
8 p.m. Rodeph Sholom Jewish National Fund Shabbat
Saturday, February 14
9:30 a.m. Chabad Lubavit
9:30 a.m. Chabad Lubavitch Fru Celebration
8 p.m. Kol Ami Road Rally
Sunday, February 15
Tune in "The Sunday Simcha" WMNF 88.5 FM 11
9:30 a.m. JCC Tu B'Shavat Celebration at Schaarai
Kol Ami Tu B'Shavat Activity Day
Kol Ami Kadima and USY Disney Day
1 p.m. Kol Ami Boneem
5 p.m. Hadaasah Special Event
Monday, February IS
1:30 p.m. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Board
8 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Board meeting
Tuesday, February 17
10:30 a.m. ORT/Bay Horizons General meeting
7:30 p.m. Brandeis Women Atlantic Monthly Study
7:30 p.m. Kol Ami Board of Education meeting
Wednesday, February 18
Jewish Community Food Bank
Hadassah/Tampa Chapter General meeting
12:30 p.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites
4:30 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Executive
5:30 p.m. ADL Executive Committee meeting
5:30 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Happy Hour at
7:30 p.m. ADL Education Committee meeting
7:30 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Board meeting
7:45 p.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood meeting
Thursday, February 19
10 a.m. Brandeis Women Art Study Group
5:50 p.m. JCC Executive Board meeting
7:30 p.m. Menorah Manor Finance Committee meeting
8 p.m. JCC Board meeting
Friday, February 20
Candlelighting time 6:05 p.m.
JCC SACS Volunteer Luncheon
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
The Albert Aronovitz Poet No.
373 is now meeting at Congrega-
tion Kol Ami on the third Sunday
of each month at 10 a.m.
All Veterans of the U.S.A. and
Allied Forces are invited to join us
at the next meeting Sunday, Feb.
15 at 10 a.m.
The local functions include:
volunteer and entertainment for
veterans at the VA hospital, assist
needy veterans and their families,
Americanism and service to the
Tampa community. We also try to
keep all benefits due to our
veterans through our legislative
office in Washington, D.C. Join us
at the next meeting.
Refreshments will be served.
Allan, 62, of Davis Island, died Saturday,
January 17, 1987. Coming from Boston, he
had resided on Davis Island for 14 years. He
was a physician at the University of South
Florida Student Health Center for the past
five years. He had been in private practice
in Boston for more than 20 yean and was a
former civilian doctor at MacDill Air Force
Bate. He was an instructor for the Tampa
Power Squadron and was on the board of
the Jewish National Fund. He is survived by
his wife. Norms; a sun, David Michael of
Tampa; two daughters, Diane E. Berg of
Long Island, N.Y., and Donna A. Tenen-
baum of Birmingham, Ala., a sister, Ruth
Simon of Vannois, Calif., and three
Mitchell, 67, of Tampa, died Wednesday,
January 21, 1987. He moved to the Tampa
Bay area from Boston, where he practiced
dentistry for 85 years before his retirement.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. He
is survived by three sons, Daaa M. of
Boston, Nathan F. of Sarasota, and Stuart
H. of Tampa; one brother, Samuel of Quin-
cy, Mass.; and four grandchildren.
Herman, 70, of Tampa, died Tuesday.
January 20,1987. A native of New York Ci-
ty, he was a resident of the Tampa Bay area
since 194*. He was s retired furniture
maker and businessman, and s member of
Temple David. He was s veteran of World
War II. serving in the U.S. Army. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Rose R.; two sons, Steve
of Tampa, and Howard of Arlington, Vs.,
one brother, Morris of Miami; two sisters,
Florence Guttman and Rose Gendeiman,
both of New York; and three grandchildren.
In order for the Mitzvah Corps
members of Congregation Kol
Ami to function properly and be
adequately prepared to help
Seniors, two workshop sessions
have been scheduled. On Feb. 5
and Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m., these
workshops will be held at Con-
gregation Kol Ami. Tampa Jewish
Family Service Executive Direc-
tor, Dr. Anschel Weiss and staff
member, Janice Perlman,
Counselor Trainer, will be the
principal facilitators of these
All new registrants, as well as
the old members of the Mitzvah
Corps are strongly urged to at-
tend. Everyone present will find
these evenings both stimulating
Senior Socialites meet at Con-
gregation Kol Ami, 3919 Moran
Road, one block off Dale Mabry
(N.) opposite Bennigan's, every
Wednesday afternoon at noon to 4
Play Men's Poker Table,
Bridge, Man Jong, Rummy Que,
Uno; have interesting conversa-
tion; or senior exercise with Rita
Come join us! Meet new friends
bring your neighbor and enjoy an
afternoon of fun and games.
Refreshments are served. For
more information call President
Sylvia Haidt, 977-4985 or Judy
Festivities will prevail on Satur-
day, Feb. 14 at Congregation Kol
Ami when a Sweetheart Dance
will be held at 8:30 p.m. Dancing,
spirits, food and surprises are pro-
mised. Advance reservations,
before Feb. 6 will be $25 per cou-
ple. At the door, admission will be
$27 per couple. Reservations
should be mailed to the
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Kol Ami is looking forward to a
most interesting and informative
meeting on Feb. 18 at 7:45 p.m. at
Congregation Kol Ami. At that
time, Merle Wallace, of Trans
Design will present, with two
other designers, a program deal-
ing with updating the home accor-
ding to current trends by using
custom accessories. Slides will be
shown illustrating the use of art-
work, pillows, mirrors, clocks, and
shadow boxes. Those attending
will be encouraged to bring in
swatches of their current fur-
nishings to get advice as to colors,
etc. This program should appeal
to those wanting to add or change
their present decorative scheme
as well as to those who are first
starting to decorate.
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Sharon Bicas, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Moises Bicas, will be call-
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on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 9:30 a.m.
at Congregation Kol Ami. Rabbi
H. David Rose and Cantor Sam
Isaak will officiate.
Sharon is a student in Hebrew
High of the Kol Ami Religious
School and a member of Kadima.
She is an 8th Grade student at the
Independent Day School and a
captain of the cheerleaders team.
Mr. and Mrs. Bicas will host an
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening
following services, a Kidduah lun-
cheon following Saturday morn-
ing services, and a Gala Ball
Saturday evening at the Embassy
Suites in Sharon's honor.
Special guests will include
Sharon's great grandmother,
Eugenia Senker; her grand-
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Elias Nisen
baum, Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Bicas;
other relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernesto Bicas and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernardo Bicas and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Singer,
and Mrs. Elena Ickowicz and San-
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Mrs. Simon Golbaro and family,
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