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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Jewish Floridian
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Vo1. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 6, 1979)-
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Issues for: v.2, no. 21; v.3, no. 14; v.4, no. 32, and; v.8, no. 3, omitted in numbering sequence and were not published.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Feb. 27, 1981 called also v.3, no. 8, repeating numbering of previous issue.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Nov. 12, 1982 called v.55, no. 46 in masthead, but constitutes v.4, no. 39, as stated in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
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fcJewish Florid id n
Of Tampa
>|ume5- Number 22
Tampa, Florida Friday, June 17,1983
rr*l Shocfl
Price 35 Cents
Community Agencies Set to Hold Combined Annual Meeting June 23
| Please note cornet day and
ftt of annual meeting Thur-
jry, June 23,1983.
I The Tampa Jewish Federation,
fce Jewish Community Center,
) Tampa Jewish Social Service,
,d the Hillel School of Tampa
Irdially invite the community to
ticipate in their joint annual
teting and special awards
esentations on Thursday, June
7:30 p.m., at the Hyatt
egency Hotel, in downtown
npa.
JThe officers and Board of
directors of the four organize-
ions will be elected and installed
j a brief ceremony conducted by
ieorge Karpay, past President of
lie Tampa Jewish Federation.
lominated to serve second terms
\e Michael Levine, President of
Tampa Jewish Federation
pd Stephen Segall, President of
Tampa Jewish Social Service.
lichard Gordimer is nominated
t lead the Hillel School and Leah

Davidson will head the Jewish
Community Center.
Several highlights have been
planned to make the evening
exciting and memorable for the
entire community. The commit-
tee members who planned the
evening are: Blossom Leibowitz
and Lili Kaufmann. representing
the Tampa Jewish Federation;
Susan G luck man, Sharon Mock
and Judy Rothburd represent-
ing the Jewish Community Cen-
ter; Lucille Falk and Audrey
Haubenstock, representing the
Tampa Jewish Social Service;
and Penny Hilk and Sid
Schuster, representing the Hillel
School of Tampa.
Goldie Shear will serve as pro-
gram chairman for the evening.
Three major awards for out-
standing service will be
presented. They are: The Leo D.
Levinson Memorial Award of the
Tampa Jewish Federation; the
Bob Jacobson Memorial Award
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter; the Rose Segall Award of the
Tampa Jewish Social Service.
Campaign leadership and
workers for the General 1983
Campaign will be recognized by
the Tampa Jewish Federation.
A special appreciation is ex-
tended to Daniel Albert, and
Gordon and Greg Solie of AV-
COM, Inc. (Advanced Visual
Communications, Inc.) for their
help in preparing this evening's
presentation.
A dessert buffet following the
program will be served and there
is a nominal charge of $5 per per-
son. Reservations are necessary
and can be made by calling the
Tampa Jewish Federation, 875-
1618.
George Karpay
installed as officers of Tampa Jewish Federation,
Vomen's Division were (from left) Ruth Polur,
Betty Shalctt, Lili Kaufmann, Aida Weissman
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Kay Jacobs, installing officer; Bobbe Karpay,
Jolene Shor, and Marsha Sherman.
photos: Audrey Haubenstock
Women's Division Holds Annual
Installation and Awards Luncheon
The Tampa Jewish Federation
lear Round Women's Division
eld its Annual Installation of
officers and presented
Iwards to its campaign chairmen
nd workers at the Airport
lilton.
Installed as President of the
Vomen's Division for 1983-84
Iras Mrs. Lili Kaufmann. Her
(lew officers are: Co-Vice Presi-
ents of Campaign Bobbe
Karpay and Jolene Shor; Vice
President of Leadership Develop-
nent-Marsha Sherman; Vice
President of Community Educa-
tion-Aida Weissman; Vice Presi-
dent of Special Projects-Ruth
Polur; Secretary-Betty Shaktt.
Installing officer was Kay
Jacobs, a past president of
Women's Division and a member
of the Board of Directors of the
Tampa Jewish Federation.
Outgoing President Marlene
Linick received many accolades
and gifts on behalf of her suc-
cessful year. Her innovative ideas
and vivacious and warm per-
sonlity gave the Women's Divi-
sion image a glow this year. It
PLEASE JOIN WITH US
AS A MEMBER OF OUR FAMILY,
FOR
THE ANNUAL COMBINED MEETING
AND
SPECIAL AWARDS PRESENTATION.
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1983
7:30 P.M.
HYATT RECENCY HOTEL (Regency Ballroom)
TAMPA JEWISH ^DERATION
TAMPA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
TAMPA JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE
HILLEL SCHOOL OF TAMPA
DESSERT BUFFET FOLLOWING THE PROGRAM
COST: 15.00 Per Person R.S.V.P.: June 20
Goldie Shear
was the place to be and be seen.
Marlene has moved to Paris,
France with her husband Jim,
where they will reside for several
years. As Marlene promised to
come back and visit us several
times a year, the Women's Divi-
sion Board unanimously agreed
that Marlene remain a member of
the Board.
A highlight of the luncheon
was speaker, Carol Goss, Presi-
dent of the Women's Division of
Orlando, who gave a humorous,
informative presentation on
being a woman and a volunteer.
Marlene Linick, immediate past president, Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division, was presented with an energetic sculpture entitled
"Dancing the Horn" at an awards luncheon May 26. Holding the
award (from left) are Lili Kaufmann, president, Tampa Women's Divi-
sion; Carol Goss, guest speaker; Michael Levine, president, Tampa
Jewish Federation; and Marlene Linick.
War Criminals Talks
To Enter New Phase
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON -
(jTA) The State De-
partment said that there
would be "a new phase" in
talks between the U.S. and
Israel on the possibility of
deporting suspected war
criminals stripped of their
American citizenship to
stand trial in Israel. But no
date was given.
Discussions were to have
begun in Israel last week between
Mark Richards, Deputy Assis-
tant to U.S. Attorney General
William French Smith, and Is-
rael's Attorney General Yitzhak
Zamir. The talks did not mater-
ialize however because of a dis-
pute over venue. The Israelis in-
sisted that Richards come to
Zamir's office in East Jerusalem.
The American official refused on
grounds that the U.S. does not
recognize Israel's sovereignty in
East Jerusalem which was an-
nexed after the 1967 Six-Day
War. Richards returned to Wash-
ington last week.
8TATF. DEPARTMENT
deputy spokesman Alan Rom-
berg affirmed that "There has
been a long-standing policy since
1967 that U.. officials have not
met with Israeli officials in Israel
if their offices were in East Jeru-
salem." Nevertheless, according
to Romberg, "We have had dis-
cussions going on and those talks
will continue ... A new phase of
the talks is coming." He gave no
further details.
Richards went to Israel specif-
ically to discuss the case of
Valerian Trifa, Archbishop of the
Rumanian Orthodox Church in
the U.S. who was stripped of
citizenship and ordered deported
after it was confirmed that he lied
about his Nazi past to obtain
entry into the U.S. and sub-
sequently, naturalization. Trifa, a
leader of the fascist Iron Guard in
Rumania during World War II, is
held responsible for the deaths of
hundreds of Jews in a pogrom in
Bucharest in 1941.


Pago 2
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, Jun 17
By LESLIE AI DM AN
(Call me about your social im at 872-4470)
Word has been received from Panama City, Fla. about the
birth of Adam Nathan Ckeekver. son of Dr. aad Mm. Mitchell
Checkver. Adam was bora on May 17, at Tyndall Air Force Base
Hospital, and weighed 61b. 9oz. Adam's delighted sister is three
year old, Sabfau Lynn.
George and Lotti* Checkver and Alfred and Soaia Waaserber-
ger are the proud grandparents. The joyous Great Grandmoth-
ers are Beeafc Wezler, of New York and Leah Cvmerman of
Israel.
On May 25, the bris took place with Cantor Akiva Oatrovaky
the mohel from Atlanta, and with Rabbi FeM. the Chaplain from
Egiin Air Force Base.
Congratulations to all of you on this wonderful occasion.
Emily Heller's outstanding creativity and determination are
major factors responsible in the success of a plublic relations
team from the University of Florida. Emily, the daughter of
Carolyn Heler, was one of four women to receive a second place
award from the Foundation for Public Relations Research and
Education. The Foundation sponsored a national competition
which was recently judged in New York City.
?u L**" Detw"aer-a Pubhc relations professor and advisor of
the four women chosen for the competition, informs us that
Emdy was hand-picked out of the beat public relations students
in the College of Journalism. The Faculty from the U of Fla.
chose a select group of students, baaed on their competency and
interest in the Foundation's annual competition. During the
course of five months, these four women coordinated an exten-
sive public relations campaign for SPARC, Sexual and Physical
Abuse Resource Center, in Gainesville. The main purpose of
tbeir campaign was to raise money to benefit the SPARC Can-
terEnuly^ we are so impreaaad with your accon^liahmente-
keep up the marvelous work! Bnaasanaann
*Mr miI Wayne Sckaiar are really keeping busy. On June 2
they traveled to Flint, Mich, to first attend the Bat Mitzvah of
then- niece. Debbie Schafer. daughter of Norman and Faith
Senate'Theni on June 5 they went to Ann Arbor, Mich, to
attend the wedding of their 27 year old son, Gary to Mary Ana
Svoboda. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Svoboda The cere-
mony took place at Temple Beth Emmis. Gary is a hairstylist
T? **ry Ann is a Receiving Manager for the K-Mart Stores. In
S*' ^?dy n*lLW"yne ^i" go to Atlanta to attend the gift
SW TSey wlU.b buying merchandise for their store "A Gift
Store. Finally, in October, the Schafers will travel back to Flint
to celebrate the arrival of their first grandchild who is eagtrlv
awa.tod by parents. Lore. and J-M Schafte. (Loren is ICdy
and Wayne s other son). Well. I am just breathless but it aUsure
sounds exciting and fun! ""^
Some delightful news from Irma Rubin about her son and her
SfrfnfF ESfcSE yW Jd Deborah *~ *uated on May
FrlSZhfm, ^Hege' m ? Peter9bur8. B A degree in
Lconornics. She is now working as a Manager Trainee for the
Rainbow Corporation.
School and will be attending the University of Texas, in living
He was accepted in the OHara Summer Science Institute, at ufe
Un.vers.ty of Texas, and will be leaving soon to participate ir!
that summer program. David has also received a partial scholar-
ship for all four years of his study at the University of Texas.
deavors ***** *"* f yU n yournewand exciting en-
All of our love to lovebirds Henry and Kitty Knabel. who
celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary on June 5. Thev have
resided in Tampa since 1925. Hope you had a marvelous special
day we just love hearing about love!
We want to welcome two new babies:
On April 5 Clifford Argmtar, son of Dr. and Mrs. Barrv
Argmtar was born in Rockville, Md. This whopping 9 poundo
ouncer was welcomed by his tour year oldbrother Evan.
Chf ford is Annie Arg.ntar s 29th great grandchild! Clifford s
thrilled grandparents are Sammy aad Dorothy Argiatar and
Nate and Laarene Siegal. of Chevy Chase, Md.
Max Steven Chase was bora on Feb. 2 to Mike aad Sandy
Chase. He has a mighty proud two and a half year old sister
Jamie Andrea. Thrilled Grandparents are Mr aad Mr. r!~i
a MtiLaifc?5*- "-sees
ness officer'' for the USAF, for 1982. Burt is a Lt. Col. in the Air
Force Reserves, assigned to MacDill AFB. The awards and
plaque were presented in official ceremonies at the base on May
31. Terrific!
Congratulations to our friends at the Jewish Towers who cele-
brate their birthdays or anniversaries during the months of May
and June.
JUNE, 1963 BIRTHDAYS
Herman Grier, Rath Westheimer, Lilian RosenkranU.
Edythe Kessler. Monroe Roeenbaum, Pauline Levine, Bessie
LeRsnaa, Esther Piper, Joe Woolea, Gertrude Wooles. Jennie
Garrido, and Erna Armstrong.
JUNE, 198S ANNIVERSARIES
Mr. aad Mra. Frank Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Mario PuUara,
and Mr. aad Mra. Pedro Ayandss.
The Tampa evening chapter of Women's American ORT held
their installation banquet on June 14 at the University Restau-
rant. Rita Bergman, Chairman of the Executive Committee of
the Tampa Bay Region of ORT installed the new officers. Gail
Raise, outgoing Region president, gave the invocation.
The new officers are Kathy Welts, president. Janet Ettle-
man, Rena Firestone, and Ellen Stein, vice presidents Diana
TiadeO, recording secretary Jane Friedman, corresponding
secretary Nancy Shaw, financial secretary and Susan
Schwartz, parliamentarian.
Our wishes to the new board for a most successful and pro-
ductive year.
We are glad to welcome to Tampa newcomers, Manny
Sally Riba, of Edison, Wise. The Ribas have three grown chil-
dren of which only son, Eli still resides with them. Our new
friends moved here to be near family and to reside in a great
climate!
Meet Yosi Attel who moved here May 6 from Israel. Yoai was
bora and raised in Tel Aviv but resided in the United States
once before. From 1965-72 he attended junior high school in
Baltimore, living with relatives, and later lived in Canada for a
while also. In Tampa, Yosi resides in the South Weetshore ana,
rooming with a friend ADe Mashiach, who was in the Israeli
army with Yosi. They are both trained as Auto Mechanics. Alle
is currently working as one and Yosi is trying to find a job.
These friends are even considering opening up their own auto
mechanic business. Yosi bves it in Tampa, especially the
weather. We are certainly glad that both of you are here and
welcome you into our community.
Business and
Professional
Women's Netwoi
Meeting June 27
The Business and PmfeawJ
Women s Network, spoiaorafil
the Tampa Jewish^F*Sfi
Women s Division will hold!
third program meeting on Mob.
day evening, June 27.
Keynote speaker wfl] be IV
Carolyn Reed, a weU-knon,
Tampa Pyschologist whceetS I
will be: "The Process of ftrnS
Growth." This will be proem i
vs. content dissertation relatm
to personality defenses and hot
it effects professional women.
Over 75 women have attended
each of the first two meetinn
which were designed to ma*
needs of Jewish working womsa.
The groups were compreed ofi
women of all ages and careers. A
sense of compatriotism un{
excitement prevailed.
The Business and Profesaiotn!
Network is not a fund nusaf]
organization. Any workiajl
woman is welcome to attend tai
meetings.
A list of women wanting toe*
on the Business and Profession]!
mailing list is being compiled. If
you wish to be included on tai
list, please call the Federatm
Women's Division office.
For reservations and addi-
tional information, call tat
Tampa Jewish Federatioi
Women's Division, 875-1618.
JANE KETOVER
TERRILL HAMEROFF

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Fine lighiimg m*4 meettritt ml Disemumi Prlett
Marsha Sherman
Larry aad Shirley Da vis just shared some good news with ua.
major. A December wedding is puumed. iSrfTov^STf
A twenty-one gun salute to Bart HaakJaa who was selected hv
.the An; Force. Reaery. a..*, "pptot-*.* Si^S^
Sherman Appointed
Chairman of UJA
Women's Division
Florida Region
Marsha Sherman has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Florida
Region, United Jewish Appeal
National Women's Division by
Harriet Zimmerman, National
Chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion of the United Jewish Appeal.
Marsha took over the reins at
the recently concluded UJA
Florida Regional Women's Divi-
sion Conference in West Palm
Beach. She participated in the
two-day intensive look at the
1984 Campaign and presented
the closing Summary of the Con-
ference, tying in the workshops,
experiential and speakers.
Sherman has held leadership
positions in Tampa, and the
Florida Region for several years.
She is a past president of the
Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division and is the
1984 Vice President of Board
Leadership. She sits on the
Tampa Jewish Federation Board
of Directors, is a member of Con-
gregation Schaarai Zedek, and is
chairman of the Central and
North-Florida Area for AIFAC
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riday, June 17,1963
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Pmg93
wal Women Attend The
tyring Conference of
trida Branch of
fat tonal Women's League
for Conservative Judaism
\in Jacksonville
Diana Siegel, president of Sisterhood of Rodeph
Sholom, and Goldie Kweller, national immediate
past president.
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ludy Sobel, Kol Ami.
Mildred Plaxsun
[Mildred Plaxsun
leceives Women's
(Division Campaign
Special Award
Bobbe Karpay and Jolene
I Shor, Women 8 Division 1963
[Campaign Chairmen awarded a
I Special Volunteer" plaque to
Mildren Plaxsun at the recent
Women's Division Installation
and Campaign Awards cere-
monies at the Airport Hilton
i Hotel.
Karpay and Shor stated
"Mildred has worked in the
Women's Division Campaign for
several years. She is one of our
most diligent and willing volun-
teers; she has a lovely per
| sonality and tactful manner and
is a delight to know and work
with."
During the awards presenta-
tions, Karpay and Shor also
presented the Division Co-Chair-
men with special plaques depict-
ing a Jerusalem scene. Receiving
awards were: Kay Jacobs and
Blossom Leibowitz, Co-Chairmen
of the Diamond Divi-
sion($2,000+); Linda Blum and
Nellye Friedman, Co-Chairman of
the Emerald Division (1,000-
1,999); Sue Forman and Laura
KreiUer Co-Chairmen of the
Ruby Division ($250-999); Trudy
Harris and Harriet Seelig, Co-
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Rudolph and Penny Breitstein,
Co-Chairmen of the Pearl Divi-
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*orkers in each division also re-
ceived awards.
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Friday, June 17
'"Oewish Floridian Shots Shatter Yeshiva Windows
of Tampa
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By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTAI -
' Shots were fired last week at a
building of the Yeshiva Universi-
ty, shattering a large window. No
one was hurt in the incident.
According to Sam Hart stein, a
spokesman for the University,
six shots were fired from a
passing station wagon driven by
a group of either two or four His-
panics.
Stiident^ who were being,
out of the building f0r
examinations, could have
killed if the intention of i
shooting was to inflict casualti
Hartatein said. But he saidtl
does not appear to have been tt
motive aa the glass was son* j
fe* about the builriWi
trance. 8
Friday, June 17,1983
Volume 5
6TAMUZ5743
Number 22
Community Calendar
Friday, June 17
(Candlelighting lime 8:08)
Sunday, June 19
Tune In: "The Jewish Sound" 88.5 FM. 9-11 a m
Congregot.on Rodeph Sholom ATOM Breakfast 10:30 o m
Father's Day B'na. B'r.th Picnic Jewish Community Center -12
noor
Monday, Jane 20
Congregation Schaarai Zedek Board Meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday, June 21
Jewish Towers Board Meeting 4 p.m. TJSS Executive Board at
6 p.m. and Regular Board at 730 p.m. Congregation Kol Ami
Men's Club Meeting 7 p.m. ORT (Tampa chapter) Planning
Conference 7:30 p.m. Congregation Schaarai Zedek SchZFTY -
7:30p m.
Wednesday, June 22
Temple David Sisterhood General Meeting 1 p.m.
Thursday, June 23
JCC Food Co-op- 10 a m -12:15 p.m. Jewish Towers Residents-
Manogemenl Meeting 1:30 p.m. TjF-TJSS-JCC-Hillel Annual
Jomi Meeting 8 p.m
Friday, June 24
(Candlelightmg lime 8:10)
Saturday, June 25
Jewish Towers Birthday Social 8 p.m. Congregation Kol Ami
Jewish Singles "Monthly Dance" 9 p.m.
Sunday,June 26
Tur.e .n. "The Jewish Sound'- 88.5 FM. 9-11 a.m. Jewish
War Veterans General Meet.ng at 9:30 a.m. and Aux.liory's
General Meeting at 10a.m.
Monday, June 27
Jewish Towers Games 730 p.m. Hodassoh-Ameet General
Meeting -8pm- Business and Professional Network.
Tuesday,June 28
Congregation Schaarai Zedek Youth Committee 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 30
JCC Food Co-op 10 om.-1215 p.m. Congregation Kol Ami
Jewish Singles D.nner ot "Flame Restaurant" 5:30 p.m.
Friday, July 1
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 6
Lbrams Assumes Campaign Directorship
Of Tampa Jewish Federation
THINGS OF LEATHER
MOCCASINS
David Abrams, former execu-
te director of Shreveport, La.
lewish
Federation has been
While in Shreveport, Abrams
was responsible for an $800,000
campaign, administration,
leadership development, board
development and financial ad-
ministration of local program-
ivid Abrams
Employed by Tampa Jewish
Federation as campaign director
eginning June 20, it was an-
ouned by Gary S. Alter, Tampa
[Jewish Federation executive
rector.
Abrams, who has served the
Shreveport community for the
ast two years, was formerly a
|campaign representative for
Jnited Jewish Appeal, responsi-
ble for 15 communities in the
outhwest.
A graduate of Louisiana State
Jniversity in 1976, Abrams
ceived his masters degree in
(accounting from LSU in 1978. He
tinned the UJA staff in July of
11979.
Tampa Jewish Federation
board of directors approved the
position of campaign director last
fall and the Federation Executive
KommiLtee has busily been
serving as the search committee.
I'VYe feel we have found an in-
dividual who fits into the aims
and goals of our Tampa Jewish
Tnmmunity and will be a tremen-
dous asset to help us carry out
lour programs," Alter stated.
lAbrams' responsibilities will
linduth- in addition to the cam
Ipaign. public relations, cash
collections, new gifts, leadership
'evelopment, and other areas
|that the community will
etermine are needed.
Prisioner Shot Dtad
During Escape Attempt
TEL AVIV The army has
set up an inquiry into the fatal
rshooting of a prisoner allegedly
I attempting to escape from Ansar
detention camp in south Leba-
Inon.
According to military sources,
the prisoner was seen leaving the
inner compound where he was
confined and failed to halt after
warning shots were fired. He was
then gunned down by rifle fire.
The sources said eight other pris-
oners made an unsuccessful es-
Jcape attempt a week ago. They
I said recent unrest at the camp
1 was a result of the slow process of
negotiations for a prisoner of war
| exchange.
ming including the Family and
Children's Services.
Tampa Jewish Federation is
pleased to welcome Mr. Abrams
as new member of our staff and a
new member of the community.
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celebrated his Bar Mitzvah on
June 11 at Congregation Kol
Ami. Rabbi Leonard Rosenthal
officiated.
Seth just completed the
seventh grade at Young Junior
High. He is a member of Boy
Scout Troop 58 and received a
Ner Tamid Award. He attends
Religious School at Congregation
Kol Ami.
Relatives and friends who cele-
brated this joyous occasion with
Seth and his family include Mrs.
Dorothy Weinstein of Orange,
Connecticut, Mr. Elliott Hertz-
mark of Washington, D.C.. Mrs.
Paula David of Cleveland. Ohio,
and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Einhorn, also from Cleveland.
Mr. Lou Monforte, Seth"s former
Scoutmaster, presented the Ner
Tamid Award to the Bar Mitzvah
boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goodman
hosted the Kiddush luncheon in
their son's honor.
FRANK HORNING
Frank J. Horning, son of Mrs.
Dorothy Ann Horning, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning at Congregation
Schaarai Zedek. Rabbi Frank
Sundheim will officiate.
Frank is an honor student at
the Independent Day School and
will be entering the 8th grade in
the fall.
Out of town family from
Chicago and Cleveland who will
celebrate with Frank include:
Mrs. Shirley Hild, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Hild, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Hild, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Levinson, Mr. Julius Rukin, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Rohde, Mr. and
Mrs. Nate Eckstein, Mrs.
Dorothy Udell, and Mrs. Bea
Schumah. -...-.
^Mrs. Horning will host a
Saturday morning Kiddush
luncheon and a Saturday evening
dinner reception in her son's
honor.
MICHAEL BARNES
Michael Aaron Barnes, .on of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnes, will
be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom on June 17 and 18. Rabbi
Kenneth Berger will officiate.
He is an Honor student at
Berkeley Preparatory School in
the seventh grade. His activities
include the Art Club and Social
Service Club.
Michael's main interests are
computers, art, and football. His
previous religious training waa at
Beth El Synagogue in Akron,
Ohio.
Special out-of-town guests
include: grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Barnes, Deerfield
Beach and Mr. Louis Schlesinger,
Carlsbad, Calif.; uncles and
aunts, Dr. Jerry Schlesinger,
Yakima, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
Morley Schlesinger, Gilroy,
Calif.; Dr. Gloria Patton, Wash-
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Tom Naylor, White Plains, N.Y.
Other guests are Mr anil
Joseph Kaplan, Reston V. ]
and Mrs. Joe Nelson, Holl
Paul Morgan, N.Y tfd
Morgan, N.Y.; Mrs T
Wiener, New Rochelle, N.Y.^
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Paae7
tbethRiba Frank Horning LUaBrody Seth Goodman Michael Barne* Amy Elozory
Debbie Campbell, Akron,
Parents and brother, Randy,
host the Oneg Shabbat on
iy and Kidduah on Satur-
r. A dinner party will be held
iirday at the Verandah Rest-
int.
ELISABETH RIB A
| Elisabeth Anne Riba, daughter
! Mr. and Mrs. S. David Riba of
rater, FL, will be called to
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on
line 25, at Congregation Kol
ni. Rabbi Leonard Rosenthal
I officiate.
[She graduated from the Kol
ni Religious School and will be
Imember of the Kol Ami ReJig
us High School Program.
I Elisabeth graduated from
ety Harbour Middle School
I plans on attending Country-
High School in the fall. At
fety Harbour Middle School
fisabeth was an honors student
the Enhanced Learning Pro-
and won the Pinellaa Coun-
Schools Academic Excellence
de Award in Mathematics.
I Elisabeth is interested in com-
pters and enjoys creative
ting and drawing.
I There will be an Oneg Shabbat
rher honor following the Friday
ght services and a Kidduah in
r honor Saturday morning.
| Helping Elisabeth celebrate
Bat Mitzvah will be her
mdparents, Mr. and Mrs.
[endel Riba of Tampa, FL, and
and Mrs. Nathan Kaplan of
kicago. IL.
LISABRODY
Lisa Hope Brody, daughter of
Anne Brody of Tampa and
iwrence Brody of Harriaburg,
', will celebrate her Bat Mitz
i. June 18, at Congregation
Ami. Rabbi Leonard Roaen-
I will officiate.
Lisa will be in the 9th grade at
luchanan Junior High School
here she is a member of DECA,
Itudent Council and the Journal-
|m Class. She also models for
jvelyn Stewart Florida Model
Agency. She is an active partic-
pant at Kol Ami's Senior He-
ew School.
Joining Lisa and her family in
His joyous occasion will be her
mdparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
ro Rando of Shamokin, PA,
David J acobs and daughter,
obyn, of Harrisburg, PA.
Mrs. Brody will boat the Oneg
habbat and the Kiddush kinch-
in at Kol Ami. A Saturday eve-
"Sweet 13" party at Quail
Condominiums Tennis and
im Pavillion will also be given
her daughter's honor.
AMYELOZORY
, Amy Marie Elozory, daughter
" Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Elozory,
will celebrate her Bat Mitzvah on
June 24 and 25 at Congregation
"deph Sholom. Rabbi Kenneth
rger and Cantor William
Hsuben will officiate.
Amy attended Young Jr. High
"We she was on the honor roll,
* part in advanced band, and
i participant in the Hillabor-
" County Gifted Program.
in the 7th grade. She
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attended religious school at Con-
gregation Rodeph Sholom and is
a member of Kadima.
Special out
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Philadelphia;
mother, Mrs.
of Goodman,
Linda Cooke
of town guests in-
Sanford Hahn of
Amy'a grand-
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luncheon, and a Saturday night
party at the Host International
Hotel, in their daughter's honor.
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The groom is also a student at
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By AUDREY HAUBENSTOCK
"I want to reach out, reach out
to all the new vital areas of
Tampa." That is a long range
goal of the incoming president of
the Jewish Community Center,
Leah Davidson.
Davidson accepts the
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She hopes that the Hillel School
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home on the grounds of the Jew-
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This is a time of transition for
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school director, Joan Altshular,
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' 34 of the Board of Directors and
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