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m-^ The Jewish ^| y
FloridiaN
OF TAMPA
Volume 10 Number 5
Tampa, Florida Friday, March 4, 1988
(MihMMt
Price 35 Cent*
Super Sunday Strikes Again
By TALI BOBO
And
KIM MILLER
The Tampa Jewish Federa-
tion is scheduled to have an
Olympic style Super Sunday
on March 20, at the Jewish
Community Center.
This year we will be
telephoning more Jewish
households in an effort to raise
more money and contact more
people in one day than ever
before.
Local organizations such as
the Jewish Community
Center, the Tampa Jewish
Family Service, Hillel School
of Tampa, River Garden
Hebrew Home for the Aged,
Jewish Floridian of Tampa,
Jewish Community Food Bank
and many more services
benefit from the funds that are
raised on Super Sunday. Fur-
thermore, the Tampa Jewish
Federation supports the
United Jewish Appeal. This
agency helps new immigrants
to resettle in Israel, helps build
new villages and farms, and
supports programs for troubl-
ed and disadvantaged youth.
Volunteers are needed to
help make our whole communi-
ty gold medal winners in rais-
ing more money and setting
new records for 1988.
Let everyone get connected
and pitch in to carry on the
Jewish tradition of tzedakah.
This will insure the strength of
our own Jewish Community
and to contribute to the pro-
gress and well-being of the
Jewish people around the
world.
On Sunday, there will be day
care for children ages two and
up, for all the children of our
Olympiad Volunteers and din-
ner and refreshments will be
catered.
Make it a super fun-filled
Super Sunday with family and
friends in this very worth
while effort. Remember, the
only ring not connected is
YOU, so get involved with
SUPER SUNDAY!
Wiesel At Tampa
Theatre Tuesday Night
Elie Wiesel, Nobel
Peace Laureate, will be in
Tampa on Tuesday even-
ing, March 8, 8 p.m. at the
Tampa Theatre. "An
Evening With Elie
Wiesel" is sponsored as a
community educational
function of the Tampa
Jewish Federation, and
the community is urged to
turn out to hear this
outstanding lecturer.
Tickets are available at the
Tampa Theatre box office
including the night of the
lecture or by calling the
Tampa Jewish Federation
at 875-1618. Tickets ae
$25 each and $10 for
students.
Elie Wiesel
Rodeph Sholom's Music Festival To Feature 'King of Klezmer'
Clarinetist Giora Feidman,
hailed as the "King of
Klezmer," and his interna-
tionally reknowned trio will
headline Congregation Rodeph
Sholom's annual Jewish Music
Festival on Saturday evening,
March 19, at 8 p.m.
""Giora Feidman and 'his-able
accompanists don't just offer a
performance, they create an
experience! An evening of ec-
clectic musical electricity, at
once captivating, tantalizing
and haunting is in store. Giora
Feidman's singing clarinet
funs the range from a
sophisticated- otassical inter-
Shalom Tampa Party
Set For March 6
pretation to a Gershwin
medley to the syncopating
sound of a simcha with folk
songs and frelachs.
Klezmer music began more
than a century ago in Middle
Eastern Europe and Russia.
Feidman's music stretches
from the ghettoes of Central
Europe to Gershwins Catfish
Row and the lively Scott Joplin
"rags."
Cost of tickets to Feidman's
Tampa performance are:
Patrons $100, Sponsors $50,
Contributors $25, General Ad-
mission $10, Students $8
For more information or
reservations, call the
synagogue at 837-1911 or mail
in the coupon in this issue of
the Floridian.
Quotes to note:
ZUBIN MEHTA. "Feidman
is one of the few clarinetists
who is completely versatile in
both the classical repertory
and that of Jewish folk music.
He stands without a peer
today."
LEONARD BERNSTEIN.
"Long live Giora, his clarinet
and his soul music. He bridges
Continued on Page 11-
Shalom Tampa, co-chaired
by Debbie Albert and Amy
Scherzer, is a major outreach
effort sponsored by the
Women's Division of the Tam-
pa Jewish Federation, to
welcome newcomers as they
move to Tampa. Tampa,
America's Next Greatest City,
boasts an influx of hundreds of
recently relocated individuals
daily. A high percentage of
these newly arrived people are
Jewish and seek services pro-
vided by the local Jewish
community.
One of Shalom Tampa's ma-
jor goals is to disseminate in-
formation about Jewish
organizations and synagogues
to facilitate one's integration
into the local community.
Another activity Shalom Tam-
pa offers is to host quarterly
gatherings at someone's home
to give people the opportunity
to meet other newcomers.
Sunday, March 6, the first
newcomer welcome party will
be held at Gail Baker's home,
7-9 p.m. Anyone who has lived
in Tampa one year or less, who
wishes to attend should con-
tact the Tampa Jewish Federa-
tion, 875-1618 by March 3.
TAMPA JEWISH FEDERATION
United Jewish Appeal
1988 Campaign Update
GOAL..............................$1,370,000
1988 Results 2/22/88 $587,064
1987 Results 2/22/87.............$528,273
11% Increase
Honored at the Tampa Jewish Federation/Women's Division Cam-
paign Luncheon were the following women who committed themselves
to the Lion ofJudah ($5,000) or the Ruby Lion ($10,000) divunorut. (Left
to right) Lili Kaufmann, Maria Waksman, Renee Druban, Maureen
Cohn, (all Lion of Judah division), Bhssom Leibowitz (Ruby Lwn),
Julia Flom (Lwn of Judah), Janet Kass, Lee KessUr, and Bobbe Kar-
pay (all Ruby Lion division). Not pictured but members of these divi-
sions at this time are Anne Elozory (Ruby Lion), Hope Barnett, Rober-
ta Golding, Susan Levine, Lois Older, Louisa Waksman, and Sally
Weis.sman (all Lion of Judah division.!.....
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By LYN MEYERSON
Fantasia. The JCC's fabulous auction, Fantasia,
which will be held March 26 at the Airport Marriott, has ac-
quired an unbelievable selection of gifts to be auctioned
that evening. The volunteers who have helped make the
donations so plentiful have been working for the past
several months towards the fundraiser. Solicitations chair-
man is Karen Karpay Berger. Written Acquisitions chair-
man is Gail Titen. Other gift-getters are: Leigh Ann
Abraham, B. Terry Aidman, Johanna Barat, Sandy Ber-
cu, Andy Berger, Bob Berger, Charlotte Berger, Linda
Berger, Lynne Billing, Nancy Brereton, Iris Buchman,
Marilyn Checkver, Jeff Davidson, Leah Davidson,
Louise Eartroff, David Epstein, Monica Epstein, Carole
Ewen, Nadine Feldman, Carolyn Hoelle, Larry Hyman,
Lynn Hyman, Sandie Ivers, Bill Kalish, Patty Kalish,
Barry Karpay, Bobbe Karpay, George Karpay, Joyce
Karpay, Robin Kurtzman, Mary Lathe, Blossom
Leibowitz, Bob Levin, Debra Linsky, Donald Linsky,
Abe Marcadis, Betsy Marcadis, Margot Marcadis, Ralph
Marcadis, Barry Meyerson, Lyn Meyerson, Susan Okun,
Vicki Paul, Babs Preiser, Douglas Preiser, Lori Rash,
Alice Rosenthal, Cathy Satin, Esther Segall, Wendy
Shapiro, Nancy Shaw, Jolene Shor, Bunny Smith, Dale
Solomon, Ellen Stern, Bobby Tawil, Joyce Tawil, Lee
Tobin, Sergio Waksman, Charles Weissman, and Jan
Wuliger. Remember, Fantasia. Where wishes come
true. .
A very special birthday party.. Menorah Manor resi-
dent Elizabeth Stolberg Rosenblatt, "Grandma Bess,"
celebrated her 99th birthday at Sunday Brunch on Valen-
tine's Day at the home of her granddaughter, Nancy R.
Linsky and her husband, David, and sons, Sam and Ron.
Children attending were daughter, Pauline Crooks; and
sons and their wives, Nathan (Sonny) and Adeline
Rosenblatt; and Frank and Doris Rosenblatt. Grand-
children attending were Ed Rosenblatt and family from
Orlando; David Rosenblatt and family from Tampa; Betty
Hoperich and family from Tampa; Dolly Williams and
husband from Tampa; Alpha Gardner, from San Fran-
cisco; Beverly Levinson and family from Houston; Rob
Rosenblatt and wife from Houston; Nancy Linsky and
family, from Tampa; and Carol Barber and family from
Jacksonville. Of the fourth generation, out of 27 great-
grandchildren 15 attended. Special guest was two year old
Michael Paul Hoperich, a great-great-grandson. Thrilled
Grandma Bess celebrated with 48 relatives who reminisc-
ed about Tampa. Congratulations and happy, happy 99!!!
Broadway Bound? Berkeley Prep was one of three
schools receiving a "Superior" rating at the District IX
One Act Play Competition held recently at USF. "Best Ac-
tress" honors went to Susie Sokol, a senior at Berkeley,
and daughter of Dr. Jerry and Ann Sokol. "Best Technical
Award" went to Suzanne Gilbert, also a senior. She is the
daughter of Leonard and Jean Gilbert. State competition
is set for April in Gainesville. Break a leg!
Babyline. .. Dr. Rick and Becky Weinberg are the
proud new parents of Marlena Ruth, who weighed in at
seven pounds and 15 ounces on Jan. 28. Marlena joins her
sister Joanna and brother Charlie. Grandparents are Jack
and Dot Weinberg of Cape Coral and Barb Liddell of Sun
City. Rick is a clinical psychologist at USF and Becky is an
active volunteer for the Tampa Bay Family Times
newspaper. Much happiness to all of you!
It's a boy. ... A big welcome to Jason Derek Charme,
bom to Michael and Diane Charme. Jason was born Jan.
7, weighing seven pounds and six ounces and 19 and three-
quarter inches long. Grandparents are Jeri and Marvin
Cutler, of Dayton, Ohio and Phyllis and Larry Charme of
Boca Raton. Great-grandparents are Tilly and Sumner
Lyon, of Boca Raton. This lucky little guy has two more
great-grandmothers, Norma Lipton and Claire Charme,
both from Dayton. Dr. Jeffrey Angel performed the Bris
and Rabbi Kenneth Berger officiated at the ceremony.
Diane's brother Mitch Cutler, from Dayton and Michael's
sister Joni Charme, from Washington, DC are Jason's on-
ly aunt and uncle and are his godparents. Michael is a
third year medical student and Diane is doing her Masters
work in Communication and Organization Development.
All good wishes to your family!!!
Manhattan transfer. New to Tampa from the Big
Apple are Patty, Larry and Leslie Marmon. Tampa's gain
is due to Larry's being transferred when Time Inc.
relocated here. He is a vice-president. Patty does free-lance
calligraphy and takes care of two-year-old Leslie, who is
enrolled in the Playtots class at the JCC. The Marmons live
in Culbreath Isle and love Tampa! They enjoy bike riding,
something they could never do in New York. Patty likes to
travel. Larry plays golf and jogs. Both Patty and Larry are
originally from Short Hills, New Jersey. They're hoping to
call Tampa home for a long, long time. We're certainly glad
to have you! Welcome!
T-M-88 T-8^88 T-M-88
Tuesday, Feb. 28, the Women's Division of the
Tampa Jewish Federation held their major
campaign event at the Westshore Hyatt Regen-
cy. Wendy Katz chaired the program. Over 85
people attended the successful Junction, which
raised an additional $1J,,000 for the Tampa
Jewish Federation. This campaign figure
almost doubled last year's amount. To date
Women's Division has raised $2U,000; their
goal is to raise $800,000. Sharing Mr. Birm-
ingham's spotlight were, from left: Laura
Kreitzer, Wendy Katz, Blossom Leibowitz,
Ann Rudolph, and Lee Kessler.
In addition to the campaign component,
Stephen Birmingham, distinguished author of
"Our Crowd," and "The Rest of Us" gave a
delightful presentation, where he told the story
of his interest in writing books of Jewish
substance. Mr. Birmingham concluded the
program by personally autographing hi*
books which were donated by Mr. and Mrs. Er-
win Katz and the Young Editions, for the
women.
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Friday, March 4, 1988/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 3
A Few Thoughts On Purim
By RABBI
H. DAVID ROSE
Purim may not be a major
holiday in our calendar but we
Jews have always welcomed
Purim with warmth and
celebration. In fact our tradi-
tion which is so committed to
sobriety made it almost
obligatory to consume so much
alcohol on Purim that one
could no longer distinguish
between "blessed be
Mordecai" and "cursed be
Haman."
Characteristically, before we
are encouraged to over in-
dulge, we are commanded to
remember the poor with Purim
gifts. It is as if the tradition is
saying "If you are drinking to
forget, please pay in advance."
Purim is the time for noisy
celebrations and merry mak-
ing in our tradition. By this we
are taught never to take
ourselves too seriously; once in
a while we must stop and laugh
at ourselves. Amidst the fun
and joking of Purim, we Jews
are taught some very sobering
lessons.
Anti-Semitic Death in Uruguay
The Uruguay Jewish community is shocked at the
murder of a Jewish businessman and others by a self-
proclaimed Nazi, Hector Jose Paladino. The government
believes that this incident is isolated, but the press claim
that Paladino belongs to a network of Nazi groups
operating in Latin America and Spain. Paladino himself
edited a Nazi publication which was distributed among high
school students.
Forensic psychiatrists have provisionally declared
Paladino unfit to stand trial. The Jewish community has
criticized this and has called upon the government to enact
anti-discrimination legislation.
Since the restoration of democracy to Uruguay in 1985,
the government has been extremely concerned to protect
civil liberties.
We Jews stand taller when
we read of the courage of
Mordecai who would not bow
before Haman. This has been
our role as a people throughout
the centuries. We as Jews
have stood tall refusing to bow
down to the idols of society.
Mordecau inspires us with
courage and strength.
Another lesson Purim
teaches us is how inextricably
the destiny of the individual
Jew is intertwined with the
fate of all Jews. Here Haman
was offended by a single per-
son, Mordecai. But when he
learns that Mordecai is a Jew
"it seemed contemptible in his
eyes to lay hands on Mordecai
alone. Wherefore Haman
sought to destroy all the
Jews." Even when we do not
share a common faith we share
a common fate. We Jews have
a single destiny and therefore
we must all take care of
ourselves.
A final lesson of the Purim
story is unwavering trust in
our survival asa people.
Mordecai tells Esther that if
she does not act to save her
people "help and rescue will
come to the Jews from
somewhere else." One thing he
knew for sure, his people
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, March 4, 1988
A Letter Received From Vienna
By AUDREY HAUBENSTOCK
Last year Kurt Wasser
chose Yury Varvak of the
Soviet Union to share his Bar
Mitzvah with him in a twinning
ceremony. Many letters were
sent, but at the time of the
event in September no one
knew if Yuri had ever received
any of the correspondence.
Now, five months later, Kurt
has received a letter from
Yuri's father from Vienna. So,
the Wassers knew that at least
one letter had gotten through
the Iron Curtain and was in
Yury's hand.
The following is the letter
from Leonid Varvak, "Dear
Kurt Wasser: I'm Leonid Var-
vak, the father of Yury Varvak
from Kiev, the USSR.
Thank you for your letter to
Yury. I think that Yury's let-
ter to you, as well as his other
letters abroad, was con-
fiscated, so you haven't receiv-
ed it.
Yury's situation is uneasy
now. In Spring 1987 I asked
permission to emigrate with
my children, Yury, Ann,
Peter, aged 13, 11, 10. The
children's mother, Lilyan, ap-
proved this step. Lilyan
wanted to emigrate to, but she
wasn't able to ask permission.
She couldn't receive permis-
sion to emigrate from her
mother, and without such per-
mission authorities rejected to
consider a request for
emigration.
In Autumn 1987 authorities
permitted me to emigrate, but
forbade my children to
emigrate with me. So Yury
became a youngest refusnik in
the USSR.
This decision contadicted to
the Soviet law, according to
which only parents decided,
with whom of them their
children should live.
So I had to emigrate without
my children. And I'll do all I
can to help my children to
emigrate. I'll be grateful for
any activity helping them to
emigrate. Now Yury's address
is: Mrs. Lilyan Varvak,
Mayakovsky Prospect 4 apt 75
Kiev 224, USSR 25224, and his
telephone number is (099)
545-9729.
Your
Leonid Varvak"
About one year before his
September 5 Bar Mitzvah,
Kurt Wasser spoke to Rabbi
H. David Rose at Congrega-
Market Forces
Israel and the European Community have agreed that
West Bank/Gaza farmers can market their goods directly
in Europe rather than through Israel's agricultural
marketing boards.
tion Kol Ami about the idea of
twinning with a Soviet
refusnik. Through the Na-
tional Conference of Soviet
Jewry in New York, Kurt
gathered information about
Yuri and his family. He learn-
ed the Varvak's had first ap-
plied to emigrate in 1979.
Leonid, the father is a physi-
cian and mathematician, and is
disabled by diabetes and loss of
sight. The mother, Lilyan, is
also a mathematician.
Kurt took this project very
seriously and set about writing
to Yury once or twice a month
for the six months preceeding
his Bar Mitzvah. In his letter
he wrote simple Hebrew
phrases so that Yury woulc
have some understanding ol
the ceremony. Wasser askec
lots of questions and sent sim-
ple information about every
day life and his friends, sports,
the environment, and being
Jewish. He wrote nothing
threatening so that there
might be a better chance of the
letters getting through.
Kurt devised a clever plan of
numbering his letters and
recapping information so that
if they were received or if only
one was received Yury would
have some idea about the
author.
Kurt also varied the style,
sometimes sending postcards
and other times mailing let-
ters, which he signed Kurt
Wasser for those that stressed
Judaism, and Kurt Carmen
(his mother's maiden name) for
those that were generic.
Kurt described the empty
chair that was set upon the
Bimah at the Bar Mitzvah for
his friend, Yury, with the
tefillin, a prayerbook, a kep-
pah, and a tallis. He and Rabbi
Rose spoke about the privilege
of sharing this ceremony with
someone in the Soviet Union
who has been denied his
freedom.
Now that the Bar Mitzvah is
over Kurt has been encourag-
ed to continue writing and con-
tinue the connection.
"Even if they don't get out
they will know a little about
being Jewish," said Kurt, "but
we hope that they will soon be
free."
The Wassers have had the
unique experience of an
answered letter from the
Kurt Wasser
Soviet Union and they have
written to the father in Vienna
and the family in Kiev. They
will continue to intervene on
behalf of the refused family by
working with the National
Conference of Soviet Jewry in
New York.
They will keep the cards and
letters going by any method
they can, even through some
friends in Canada and abroad,
where they heard the foreign
postmark was a better entree.
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Volume 10
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Number 5
DOLE FOR PRESIDENT
BOB DOLE: A Strong Voice for the Jewish Community
Bob Dole shares a particularly close relationship to the
goals and opportunities of the Jewish community. During
his service as majority and minority leader of the United
States Senate, some recent issues he has supported are:
The first bilateral free trade treaty with Israel.
The memorandum of understanding with Israel which worked
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Dr. Stephen Kreitzer At Hillel
By VICKIE ROMAN
Science Coordinator
At The Hillel School
On Friday, Feb. 5 Dr.
Stephen Kreitzer visited the
Hillel School of Tampa and he
spoke to students at all grade
levels.
Dr. Kreitzer, a known per-
sonality in the Tampa Jewish
community is a pulmonary
specialist and has a practice in
internal medicine. Thus, many
students were eager to find
out the latest advances and
techniques in human heart
transplants, artificial hearts,
and pace makers.
The younger students were
excited about listening to their
heart beats with Dr. Kreitzer's
stethoscope and in general in-
specting all of the tools used by
doctors when they go for their
checkups.
Students from the older
grades discussed nutrition,
looked at x-rays of various
bones, and examined the pic-
tures produced by Magnetic
Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Students of the seventh and
eighth grades also looked at
many microscope slides on
human organs.
Dr. Kreitzer has been a
Hillel parent since 1978 and
his three sons all attended the
school. It has become a tradi-
tion with Dr. Kreitzer to visit
Hillel and he says, "he looks
forward to it everytime."
Dr. Stephen Kreitzer, MD, with students of the Hillel School of
Tampa.
Science Fair At Hillel
By TALI BOBO
This month, the Hillel School
of Tampa held its annual
science fair. The students
began their experiments by
asking a question, they then
researched and investigated
the problem until an answer
was reached.
The students competed in-
dividually in grades 3rd thru
8th. The winners go on to the
Sundome at the University ol
South Florida to compete with
science fair winners from
other schools in Hillsborough
County.
The first place winner was
Ian Matthews, a sixth grader
who wanted to know if the
shape of a rocket determined
how high it would fly. Ian
found that the sleeker a rocket
is, the higher it would go
because of less air resistence.
The runner up was Danielle
Blum. She found that different
colors affected the activity
levels of mice. They are known
to be color blind.
First place in the eighth
grade was David Schuster. He
found that running in place in-
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Goal:
Time Limit:
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Things To
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To see and successfully bid on over two hundred
items on display in the Fantasia Silent Auction.
Ninety Minutes.
How much can you see and buy in ninety
minutes.
Over three hundred close friends you may not
have seen in a while.
Fabulous Decorations.
Wonderful Hors D'oeuvres.
Open Bar.
Great Conversation.
Arrive early.
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Receive your paddle number.
Notice bid sheets attached to the items in the
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Record your paddle number on bid sheets.
Raise your bids accordingly.
Bid on manv items.
Bid High.
Consider bidding over retail.
Visa/MasterCard accepted.
Checks can be made payable to the Jewish
Community Center.
Proceeds benefit the Jewish Community Center
(including PreSchool).
Have Fun.
Fantasia 1988, Where Wishes Come True.
Review this space for further Fantasia 1988 information.
Wishes
Alessi Farmer's Market
Carrolluood Pools
Arthur Murray Studio
Maurice Stereo
Avcom Video. Inc.
The Arrangement Florist
Biscayne Interior Lighting
The Ctay Factory
CamMuood Exxon
Discoivry Toys
Colony Shops
Parties with TIC
Arrow GkttS 6 Mirror Co.
Robin Kurtzman Signs
I Wage Inn Family Restaurant
and Bakery
Kirby's
The Speaker Exchange
Cramer's Greenhouse
Design (Meting
Tlxitouglfhred Music
Computer Corner
Bratulon Pest Control
Erttut Rujkess Cattgraf>h)
State Vacuum
Farner's
Jaequelyn 's
Clothes Friends, formerly
The Added Touch
Peltz Shoes
La Fleur's Gymnastic Club
Lucy's Fancy
The Competition
Wayne's Wash and Wax
GeorgeUd.
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Akin Magnon Jewelers
PattiKalish
Allan C Moberg Photography
Boulevard Designer Clothing
HoHoChoy
Rena & Greg Firestone
La France-Vintage Clothing
and Jewelry
Always Anthuriums
Grace's Flowers
Tbuches
Manhattan Florist
Finishing Touches
Balloons By The Bunch
Venezia Lighting
Imperial Chateau
Southern Charm Carriages, Inc.
Bay Yacht Charters
Freshens
Franci Rudolph Calligraphy
Brazzeal-Goodyear Tire and
Service Center
Custom Auto Stereo
Ho-Ho Chinese
Restaurant-Brandon
Linda Berger
Mimi and Alan Aaron
Zudars Deli/Cafe
Custom Auto Stereo
Tampa Wholesale Liquor Inc.
Design Decisions
CafePepe
Aiila Golf and Country Club
Baby's Best
Annabelie's
WolfBrothers
The Colony Beach and
Tennis Club
C.R. Busb) Industries
Sandi and Larry Ivers
Sunshine Bagel
Leelbbin
American Branstand
Sacramento
Attitude
Devoe Paint
Kane's Furniture
Lori Rash Designs
ACA-JOE
Linsey Eyecare
American Foam Industries
Therapeutic Touch
Shoooz
Marty Huff
Tampa Connection
Limousines, Inc.
People's Gas Company
Sheer Elegance
Ethel Harvey's Bridal Shop
Sir Charles
Mott and Hester Deli
Rytnati 's
Whaley's
\ 'Wage Animal Hospital
Tall Girl Fashions
Calico Corners
Sally Werti Comport, Illustrator
Sheraton Grand Hotel
Park Place Suite Hotel, Boca
Raton
Travel Network
Cypress Gardens
Boardwalk and Baseball
S.B. International
Davis Islands Boutique
Pink Flamingo Cafe
Joy's Shoe Salon
BLOCKBUSTER Videos
Maas Brothers Fine Jewelry
Collection
Thrifty Scbwinn
Robinson's IMaison Blanche
American Foam Industries
Cloth, Fabric, and Foam
Nick Hollet fieri Tennis Academy
Philadelphia Eagles
Bay Distributors
World of Water
Comedy Corner
Mylee Tool Supply, Inc.
Valencia Garden Restaurant
Chavez at the Royal Restaurant
Lyn's Carousel
George A. Levy, Inc.
Cramer's Greenhouse
Marilyn Cheekier's Sculptured
Jewels
World of Lighting
BevYeshion
Mel's Hot Dogs
La Petite Galerie
Cafelbubuse
The Mace
Merle Norman
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Chris Hair Design
Organizer Store
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What a wonderful afternoon we all shared at the
JCC PreSchool Spaghetti Dinner on Feb. 21. The food
was fabulous, (we all want the recipe!) people were
plentiful, and Candy the Clown was magically
marvelous as he entertained our children. I want to
thank all of you for coming out and supporting our
very important fundraising event. Congratulations to
the following winners of our drawing: 1st place: Har-
riet and David Rosenzweig, 2nd place: James and Mar-
tha Watson and 3rd place: Marty and Barbara Port.
And lastly, very special thanks to to all the outstan-
ding parents who worked so hard to make the day so
successful. It is your continued efforts and your
dedication that help make our PreSchool so great.
REMEMBER EARLY BIRD ENDS MARCH 15.
Fantasia March 26 a grand even-
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there for an outstanding auction and an
evening filled with fun and friends. All
monies raised will benefit the Tampa
Jewish Community Center and that
means our PreSchool! I look forward to
being all together on March 26.


Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, March 4, 1988
If you missed Tampa Jewish Federation's Young Adult Division
program on "Traditions," not to worry. It was such a great suc-
cess there will be a sequel "Traditions II: The Return of the
Rabbi" is already in the planning stages for early May. Enjoying
the program were, back row from left: Andy Hirsch. Cindy
Spahn, and sharon Rosenzweig. Front row. from left: Hagit
I.imor. Mark Davis, and Jan Greenberg.
There was an enlightening discussion with Rabbi Rose about the
origins of many Jewish customs we all take for granted. Covered
icere such topics as Jewish laws concerning sex to abortion, death
mi dying, transplants and the Judicial system. From left: Rabbi
7. David Rose and Fred and Debbie Hoffman.
The program was attended by over 50 people including many new
faces. For information on the Young Adult Division or any other
Federation activity, call 875-1618. Four of the new faces included
Betsy and Lou Polur; and Dana and Ellen Kent.
Bar Mitzvah
IP-
Daniel Rosenthal
Daniel Todd Rosenthal, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosen-
thal, will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
March 12 at 9:45 a.m. at Con-
gregation Kol Ami. Rabbi H.
David Rose and Cantor Sam
Isaak will officiate.
Danny is a 7th Grade stu-
dent at Berkeley Preparatory
School where he is on the
Headmaster's List. Danny is a
member of the student Forum,
the Service Club, and he has
participated in the Duke
University Talent Search
program.
In Danny's honor Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Farber and Dr.
and Mrs. Richard Lewis will
host a Shabbat dinner for out
of town guests. Dr. and Mrs.
David Bruck and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Cohen will host an Oneg
Shabbat Friday evening
following services. Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Rosenthal will
host the Kiddush luncheon on
Saturday in honor of the occa-
sion and a reception Saturday
evening at the Tower Club. On
Sunday, a brunch at the
Sheraton Grand Hotel will be
hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Steven
Field, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kalish, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
Sergay, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Weissman. Dr. and
Mrs. Stuart Goldsmith will
provide the refreshment
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and friends who are traveling
here to share this special occa-
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TURKEL-LASKOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H.
Turkel announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Nancy
Beth, to Jack Marvin
Laskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Laskowitz of Fort
Lauderdale, Florida. Nancy is
the granddaughter of Frank
Turkel.
Nancy is a graduate of the
Harriett Sophie Newcomb Col-
lege of Tulane University. She
has a master's degree in
speech pathology from the
Nancy Turkel
Laskowitz
and Jack
been employed as a speech
University of Florida. She has language pathologist in the
Fulton County School System
in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jack is a graduate of the
University of Miami and he is a
certified public accountant
employed as assistant vice-
president, financial director-
management services, South
Central Region- Cushman-
Wakefield, Inc.
A June 19, 1988 wedding is
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COMMUNITY EVENTS
TAMPA BAY
JEWISH SINGLES
Saturday, March 5: Drinks
and Dinner, Casa Gallardo,
2702 N. Dale Mabry, Tampa
(near the stadium), Drinks 6
p.m.; Dinner 7 p.m.
Wedenesday, March 9:
Happy Hour, Charades in the
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel,
Westshore and Cypress, Tam-
pa, from 5:30 p.m. on.
Sunday, March 13: Soft-
ball, Tampa JCC, 2808
Horatio St., Tampa, 2 p.m.
Tuesday, March 15: Plann-
ing Meeting, Olde World
Cheese Shop, 6821
Hillsborough Ave. W., Dinner
at 6 p.m., meeting starts at 7
p.m. Come, enjoy dinner and
friendship while helping to
plan Singles events for May
and June.
Wednesday, March- 16:
Happy Hour, Airport Holiday
Inn, Clearwater, 5:30 p.m. on.
Saturday, March 19, Tampa
Bay Jewish Singles Council
,440's Isn't Fatal" holds
Games Night at Shelby's
house, 2137 Beecher Road,
Clearwater. Poker, Blackjack,
games. Must RSVP for table
set-ups. Members, $4; non-
members, $5. Call Sally in
Hillsborough at 251-5269 or
Shelby in Pinellas at 733-4000.
For other Tampa Bay Jewish
Singles events, call the JASS-
line: 960-JASS in Hillsborough
County, and 736-JASS in
Pinellas County.
On Friday, March 4, at 8
p.m., Congregation Schaarai
Zedek will hold a post-Purim
Family Service. The children's
choir from Corpus Christi
Church will present a Cantata
entitled "It is Cool in the Fur-
nace." In addition, the
Megillah will be read by John
Osterwell, and March birthday
children will be blessed.
Purim Carnival
Congregation Schaarai
Zedek's Annual Purim Car-
nival will be held at the Temple
on Sunday, March 6 from
11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. There will
be games, prizes, food, a raf-
fle, a "cakewalk," and other
fun activities for all ages.
Don't miss the terrific
carnival.
Coinciding with the Purim
Carnival, the "Sisterhood
Cradle Roll" is planning
special Purim activities for the
pre-schooler and their parents.
All children (0-5 years of age)
of Temple members are in-
vited to enjoy this Cradle Roll
party.
Tampa Jewish Family
Services Shabbat
On Friday, March 11, at 8
p.m., Congregation Schaarai
Zedek will hold a special Sab-
bath service honoring the
Tampa Jewish Family Service.
CONGREGATION
SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Family Service
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The director of this organiza-
tion, Dr. Anschel Weiss, will
speak on "Sacrifice, Sanc-
tuary, and the Spiritual Sur-
vival of the Jewish People."
Square Dance
On Sunday, March 13, at 5
p.m., Congregation Schaarai
Zedek's Hospitality Commit-
tee is planning a "Square
Dance" and cookout. Decked
out in your Western garb,
come prepared for an evening
of great fun and delicious hot
dogs, hamburgers, and all the
trimmings. Professional
square dance caller, Sharon
Short, will give a demonstra-
tion and then teach everyone
how to square dance. All con-
gregants 13 years old-up, and
their guests are cordially in-
vited. The cost is $7.50 per
person paid to the Temple by
March 4 or $10 per person at
the door. Call the Temple of-
fice 876-2377 for any addi-
tional information.
Fireside Celebrity
Series
On Sunday, March 20 from
7-9:30 p.m., Congregation
Schaarai Zedek will hold
another of its monthly
"Fireside Celebrity Series."
This month's event will be held
at the home of Dr. Peter and
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nection?". Reservations are a
must and can be made by call-
ing the temple office at
876-2377.
CONGREGATION
RODEPH SHOLOM
Ann Zack
Interfaith Reception
Congregation Rodeph
Sholom Sisterhood will hold its
annual Ann Zack Interfaith
reception on Wednesday,
March 9 at 11 a.m. at the
synagogue, 2713 Bayshore
Blvd.
(837-1911) or Saul Ben-Oz
(254-4554). Hours are flexible.
CONGREGATION
BETH AM
Wine and Cheese Social
Congregation Beth Am in-
vites interested members of
the community and prospec-
tive members to a wine and
cheese social to be held on Sun-
day, March 13, at 8 p.m. at the
home of Ken and Mary Young.
Assisting the Youngs will be
membership chairman Sara
Stern and her committee, who
look forward to welcoming all
visitors and answering any
question about congregational
This year Rabbi Kenneth
Berger will continue to explore
the family life cycles and will
speak about about the
ceremonies and customs
celebrated when a member of
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Hours Available
the family becomes a Bar or
Bat Mitzvah.
For more information please
call 837-1911.
Youth Happenings
The Mercaz Sub-Regional
Spring Convention will take
place at Rodeph Sholom from
March 11-13. Congratulations
to all those Rodeph USYers
who have worked so hard to
make it a smash success.
Rodeph Sholom Kadimah
will be delivering haman-
tashen that they baked to some
of the Jewish elderly at
Menorah Manor or the Jewish
Towers for the Purim mitzvah
of "mishloach manot."
Kadimah will also assist in
many aspects of the USY con-
vention over the weekend of
March 11-13.
Tutoring Available
If anyone is interested in
studying Hebrew independent-
ly from a recently arrived
Israeli gentleman, please con-
tact either Debbie Hafetz
life. To accept this invitation,
please phone Sara Stern at
962-4959.
BAY HORIZONS
Covered Dish Brunch
The Bay Horizons Chapter
of Women's American ORT is
pleased to announce that it will
hold a covered dish brunch on
Sunday, March 13 at 11 a.m. in
the home of Ruth Klein at 4318
Honey Vista Circle
(Northdale).
Donation is $6 and the pro-
ceeds will be used for the
American schools.
For RSVP indicating dish
selection and for further infor-
mation please contact the
following: Dolly Zloto,
968-6234; Ruthye Buzin,
963-6961; or Leah Cohen,
949-7255.
Members and non-members
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bring a friend, your husband,
etc.
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Because the cliche holds true.
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CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
Breakfast Seminar
A Time To Look Backward
And Go Forward, come to our
next Sunday morning
breakfast seminar March 6,
9:30 a.m.
Heritage Series hosted by
Abba Eban via videotape plus
a moderator and discussion.
First Chapter Civilization
And The Jews Into The Future
1945-1980.
Bring your children for their
Religious School classes and
don't go home! Stay and join
us for a most delightful
morning.
Reservations are not re-
quired. You are welcome to
pay at the door. Donation: $5
per couple, $3 individual.
Family Shabbat
Dinner
The Fellowship committee of
Kol Ami proudly presents its
Annual Family Shabbat Din-
ner to be held Friday, March
18. This sumptuous chicken
feast is prepared entirely by
congregant volunteers; in fact,
the challot are baked by our
men! Dinner will be preceded
by an early Shabbat service at
6:30 p.m. To volunteer your
cooking hands or to reserve
your seats for dinner, call the
synagogue at 962-6338.
Issues And Answers
Kol Ami Sisterhood next
general meeting will be on
Thursday, March 17 at 7:45
p.m. at the synagogue. The
speaker will be Martha
Wheeler, a Lutz resident
recently appointed by State
Education Secretary Betty
Castor to be a member-at-
large on the Florida School
Board. Mrs. Wheeler will ex-
amine such issues as sixth and
seventh periods, the lottery
and financing of education,
AIDS and sex education and
other relevant topics. Please
bring your questions and con-
cerns so your voice can be
heard in Tallahassee.
Prior to Mrs. Wheeler's
discussion, the Sisterhood
nominating committee will
present its slate of officers for
1988-89. Nominations will also
be accepted from the floor, and
new officers will be elected
that evening. All are welcome.
HADASSAH
TAMPA CHAPTER
Sue Forman
To Review Book
Tampa Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its regular monthly
meeting Wednesday, March 16
at 10:30 a.m. in the Library of
the Jewish Community
Center.
At the conclusion of the
business meeting, this month's
program, following the
Friday, March 4, 1988/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 11
precepts of Hadassah's em-
phasis on education, will
feature a book review given by
Sue Forman. The theme of the
selected book centers on
Jewish literature.
Refreshments will be served.
SPECIAL SHABBAT
SERVICES
To Be Led
By Tampa Jewish
Family Services
Tampa Jewish Family Ser-
vices staff and board members
will participate in conducting
special Shabbat services at
Tampa synagogues over the
course of the next few months.
Services will be tailored to
each individual synagogue.
The schedule for these services
is as follows:
Temple Beth Am Friday,
March 4
Congregation Schaarai
Zedek Friday, March 11
Congregation Rodeph
Sholom Friday, March 25
Congregation Kol Ami
Friday, May 20
The public is invited to
attend.
Diaspora Leaders Reject
Likud Candidate
TEL AVIV (JTA) The leading diaspora philan-
thropists on the Jewish Agency Board of Governors on
Sunday night unanimously rejected the candidacy of
Knesset member Haim Kaufman of Likud for the post of
World Zionist Organization-Jewish Agency treasurer.
Kaufman, who already had received his party's nomina-
tion, responded angrily Monday morning, complaining that
the vote was "clearly a political move, not concerned with
my full qualifications for the job."
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Friday, March 4
Candlelighting tine 6:12 p.at.
4 p.m. Menorah Manor Admission and Resident Care
meeting
8 p.m. Beth Am Tampa Jewish social Services Shabbat
8 p.m. Kol Ami Youth Shabbat
8 p.m. Rodeph Sholom Hillel School Shabbat
Saturday, March 5
6 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Drinks and Dinner
Gaza Galiardo, Tampa
Sunday, March 6
Tune in "The Sunday Simcha" WMNF 88.5FM 11 a.m.-l
p.m.
10 a.m. Tampa Jewish Family Services Sue Brav Brunch
10 a.m. Schaarai Zedek Purim Cradle Roll
noon Beth Am Purim Carnival
1 p.m. Kol Ami Boneem meeting
7 p.m. Kol Ami Kadima meeting
7 p.m. Kol Ami USY meeting
Monday, March 7
8:30 a.m. Tampa Jewish Social Services Professional
Workshop at Jewish Towers
10:30 a.m. Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood Board meeting
6 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood Career Women Dinner
and Program
Tuesday, March 8
9 a.m. SAC's at the JCC
10:30 a.m. Hadassah/Tampa Chapter Board meeting
6:15 p.m Tampa Jewish Federation B & P Women's Net-
work Board meeting
6:30 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Dinner meeting
7 p.m. ORT/Tampa Chapter Fashion Show
7:30 p.m. Hillel School Board meeting
8 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation "An Evening with Elie
Wu
iesel"
Wednesday, March 9
9 a.m. SAC's at the JCC
Jewish Community Food Bank
10 a.m. National Council Jewish Women General
Meeting
11 a.m. Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood Interfaith Tea
12:30 p.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites
4:45 p.m. Tampa Jewish Family Services Executive
Board meeting
5:30 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish singles Happy Hour -
Howard Johnson Plaza, Tampa
5:30 p.m. ADL of B'nai B rith Executive Committee
meeting
6:30 p.m. Rodeph Sholom Men's Club meeting
7:30 p.m. ADL of B'nai B'rith Board meeting
7:30 p.m. Kol Ami Men's Club meeting
7:45 p.m. Kol Ami Sisterhood Board meeting
Thursday, March 10
11 a.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division
Board meeting
7:50 p.m. Kol Ami Board meeting
Friday, March 11
Candlelighting time 6:16 p.m.
8 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Tampa Jewish Family Shabbat
8 p.m. Kol Ami Youth Shabbat
8 p.m. Rodeph Sholom YSY/Kadima Shabbat
Saturday, March 12
7:30 p.m. Hadassah/Ameet Square Dance
Sunday, March 13
Tune in "The Sunday Simcha" WMNF 88.5FM 11 a.m.-l
&.m.
RT/Bay Horizons Rummage Sale
2 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Softball Tampa
Kol Ami USY Event
7 pm. Kol Ami Kadima meeting
Monday, March 14
9 a.m. SAC's at the JCC
ORT/Bay Horizons Rummage Sale
9 a.m. SAC's at the JCC
12:15 Schaarai Zedek Executive Board meeting
8 p.m. Tampa Jewish Federation Soviet Jewry Task
Force
Tuesday, March 15
9 a.m. SAC's at the JCC
10:30 a.m. ORT/Bay Horizons Membership meeting
4 p.m. Jewish Towers Board meeting
6 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Planning meeting
Olde World Cheese Shop, Tampa
7:30 p.m. Kol Ami Board of Education meeting
Wednesday, March IS
Jewish Community Food Bank
9 a.m. SAC's at the JCC
10:30 a.m. Hadassah/Tampa Chapter Regular meeting
12:30 p.m. Kol Ami Senior Socialites
5:30 p.m. Tampa Bay Jewish Singles Happy Hour
Airport Holiday Inn, Clearwater
7:30 p.m. JCC/Schaarai Zedek Traditional Class
Thursday, March 5
5:50 p.m. JCC Executive Board meeting
7:30 p.m. Menorah Manor Budget and Finance meeting
8 p.m. JCC Board meeting
Friday, March 18
Candlelighting time 6:20 p.m.
6:30 p.m. Kol Ami Early Service and Dinner
THE GIORA FEIDMAN TRIO
Rodeph Sholom's Music Festival
Continued from Page 1
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BENNY GOODMAN. He
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Deaths
ARAK
Gertrude Arak, 89, of Tampa, died Thurs-
day. Feb. 11. A native of Poland, she had
been a resident of the Tampa Bay area for
seven years, coming from New Jersey. She
was a homemaker and a member of Con-
gregation Schaarai Zedek and Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary. She is survived by a
son, Daniel of Clearwater: two brothers,
Adolph Friedman of New Jersey and Mur-
ray Friedman of Venice; two sisters, Lottie
Gold and Mildred Sacks, both of New
Jersey; three grandchildren; and two great
grandchildren.
GROSSMAN
Helen Grossman. 66, of Tampa, died Satur-
day. Feb. 13. A native of Brooklyn, NY, she
had been a resident of the Tampa Bay area
since 1942. She was a retired registered
nurse and a member of Congregation
Rodeph Sholom. She is survived by her hus-
band, Bernard; a son, Randolph of Sunrise;
three daughters, Jane Hardwick and
Deborah Jone. both of Brandon, and Peggy
Giunta of Lutz; two sister, Toba Digiuni of
New Port Richey and Annette Castallo of
Brooklyn, NY; 10 grandchildren; and one
great-grandchild.
PATRON
Shirley Ann Patron, 57, of Tampa, died Fri-
day, Feb. 12. A native of Carnegie. Pa., she
had been a resident of the Tampa Bay area
12 years, coming from Randolph, Mass. She
was the owner and operator of California
Connection in Town 'N Country, a former
registered nurse at Southside Hospital and
with the Easter Seals Foundation in
Youngstown, Ohio, and was past director of
John Scott Nursing Home in Braintrt-c,
Mass. She is survived by her husband,
Byron; a son, Rick of Jacksonville; two
daughters, Amy Stephenaon and Ellen, both
of Tampa; a brother, Jack Karzmer of
Youngstown, Ohio; and two grandchildren.
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