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blume 7 Number 17
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|fem6ers of the Public Works Department
demonstrating outside the Prime Minister's office
in Jerusalem after receiving notice of dismissal
JTA-World Zionist News Photo Service
Cabinet Discussions on Treasury Proposal to
Dismiss Some 5,000 Civil Service Employees
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM e Cabinet Monday is
ussing Treasury proposals
the dismissal of some 5,000
il service employees, part of
overall plan to make Israel's
il service more efficient.
The discussion took place
idst reports that the govern-
nt's new economic policy was
wing signs of success. Inflation
reported to be slowing down
the balance of payments
licit was likely to improve in the
few months, according to
e economic analysts.
A SENIOR government com-
ttee supervising the implemen-
lon of the new economic policy
heard reports that Israeli
ign currency held overseas
returning to Israel.
The Treasury proposal to slash
me 5,000 civil service jobs
fcxt
proved plans to dismiss some
9,000 civil servants which have
not yet been implemented, and
which the government is facing
difficulties carrying through.
Among the ideas raised in the
proposal is the return to Israel of
some 10 percent of the govern-
ment's emissaries overseas, and
the dismissal of some 500 chauf-
feurs of senior government of-
ficials and Israel Defense Force
officers.
ECONOMIC EXPERTS said
that unless the government suc-
ceeded in implementing the
dismissals, the entire economic
plan was in danger. The
employees, for their part, intend
to fight the proposed dismissals.
Eliahu Reiff, secretary of the
Clerks Organization, said the
dismissal lists prepared by the
various ministries were worthless.
What counted, he contended, was
only the agreements between the
workers and the employers.
He insisted that the work
agreements can only be changed
by negotiations. One of the pro-
posals currently under discussion
is the introduction of a five-day
work week, as an alternative to
mass dismissals.
New York Law Aids Jewish Students
NEW YORK (JTA) 7
Students in religious schools is
New York City, including those
in Jewish day schools, will get
up to five extra days of bus
uld come on top of already ap- transportation annually, on days
CC Has Fall Open House
Yiddish-Kite Day
h Aug. 25, from 4 to 6 p.m. the
[m Community Center will
l.a Fall Op,,,, Houge entitled
Toish-Kite Day. Come fly with
w that day there will be kite
K fr grade school children,
ory time for smaller children.
*e will be tours of the Center,
wration for classes, and a free
Fy kite for any new member-
>at day. The pool will be
open tor swimming, we will fly our
kites if there is wind, and we will
have dinner (served by the Sunday
Supper Club) for $1 per person.
Please join us that day and
reserve ahead if you possibly can.
This is a good time to see old
friends, make new friends and get
re-acquainted with your Jewish
Community Center.
when public schools are closed,
under a measure signed into law
by Gov. Mario Cuomo.
The new law, which was
sponsored in the Assembly by
Assemblyman Arthur Kramer
(D., Nassau) and in the Senate
by Sen. James Donovan (H.,
Utica), was supported by the
Agudath Israel Commission on
Law and Social Action and the
New York State Catholic
Conference, according to
Kroner.
"The law allows Catholic,
Hebrew and other private
schools to have their students
brought to school by bus even
when their schedules differ from
the public schools," Kramer
said, adding that this enabled
"the non-public schools to follow
Continued on Page 7
Business and Professional Women's Network
Holds Summer Stress Relief Workshop
[How Excercise and Good
flhon Will Enrich Your Life"
<* explored by the Business
' Professional Women's Net-
Ekid,vi8ion of *** Tampa
rn h ''deration Women's Divi-
on Monday evening, Aug. 26.
rler>e Newman, Membership
Ketention Chairwoman, and Shari
Rashkin, Vice President of
Development have planned the
workshop with everyone in mind.
Guest lecturer and workshop
leader, Donna Mehalka will lec-
ture and demonstrate how nutri-
tion can help reduce stress and im-
prove health. Members and guests
are invited to bring extra clothes
and join in the exercise if they
desire. Cost of the evening is $5
which will include a juice bar, cof-
fee, soda and tuna or fruit salads.
The meeting and workshop will
take place in the Jewish T .vers
Recreation Room. For reserva-
tions, please call the Federation
office, 875-1618.
Menorah Manor's Formal
Dedication Nears
Congressman C. W. Bill Young
will be the keynote speaker at the
formal dedication ceremonies of
the Menorah Manor on Sunday,
Sept. 8 at 2:30 p.m., General
Chairperson Helen Hameroff
said. In accepting the Manor's in-
vitation, Congressman Young
said that he was delighted to be
able to join with the Jewish com-
munities of the West Coast of
Florida in celebrating the opening
of this much-needed service for
the elderly in this area.
The ceremonies will be the
culmination of the Menorah
Manor Dedication Weekend.
Other events scheduled include
Friday evening Shabbat Dinner
and Service, hosted by the
residents for their immediate
family members; and Oneg Shab-
bat at area Temples and
Synagogues in' honor of the new
Home for Jewish Living.
Sunday's program will also in-
clude the installation of the new
Officers and Board of Governors
for the Home, as well as an Open
House and tour of the new facility.
The community guests will be able
to preview the beginnings of the
Menorah Manor Founders' Wall,
located in the main lobby. The en-
tire community is invited to par-
ticipate in Sunday's program.
The Founders' Wall has been
designed by the firm of Ross and
Galvin Associates, Interior
Designers, in conjunction with the
Home's decorating committee,
chaired by Thelma Rothman. Mrs.
Bill Young
Rothman said that the Wall has
been specially created to
recognize those community
members whose generosity has
made the dream of a Home for
Jewish Living a reality. She noted
that a separate brochure portray-
ing the Wall and dedication oppor-
tunities is being mailed to each
community member prior to
Dedication. "There is still time for
each community member to par-
ticipate in the Home's Building
Fund Campaign, and to be includ-
ed on the Founders' Wall," Mrs.
Rothman said.
More information on Dedica-
tion, opportunities and Menorah
Manor is available by contactii.
either Edward W. Vinocur, ex-
ecutive director, or Adele Lurie,
development director, at (813)
345-2775.
Mormons Pledge:
No Missionary Work
At Mt. Scopus Center
JERUSALEM (WNS) -
The president of the Mormon
Brig ham Young University,
Prof. Jeffrey Holland, in a
written pledge handed to Mayor
Teddy Kollek. promised there
would be no missionary activity
in the educational center it is
constructing next to the Hebrew
University on Mt. Scopus. The
center is to be an extension of
Brigham Young University.
The construction of the
Mormon center has come under
large-scale attack by Orthodox
circles, including the two Chief
Rabbis of Israel, who have
warned that its real purpose was
to try to convert Jews. The
charge was vigorously denied by
Mormon representatives, among
them Dr. Ellis Rasmussen,
former Dean of Religious
Education at Brigham Young,
following a press conference in
July by eight Christian
denominations which also oppose
the center.
The construction of the center
was approved in 1977 by the
Likud government of Premier
Menahem Begin, and by the
Jerusalem municipality. Liocacea
on five acres of land, the center
will contain housing and catering
services for nearly 200 students,
as well as classrooms and an
auditorium. The purpose of the
center, Rasmussen said in July,
was to enable Mormon students
to get to know Israel.


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that there is something here for
everyone."
Rabbi Rose's roll as rabbi will
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He plans on becoming involved in
community activities and the
Tampa Jewish Federation. He
believes that rabbis should take an
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campaigns. In Seattle he was a
member of the CRC (Federation
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and a vice chairman of a Federa-
tion campaign division.
"My door will always be open
and I will be a teacher within the
community, not just in this con-
gregation," Rose said.
Rabbi David Rose received a
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
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Friday, August 23, 1985/The Jewish Floridian^^Ta2npa_^age5^
[AUDREY HAUBENSTOCK
mer four and a half years,
La will bid goodbye to Joel
Ijtstein and his family as they
I the Auto-Train for the trip
Ireitstein will be going to serve
Jie executive vice chairman of
Legacy, Endowment and
ned Giving Fund of the
.jciated Jewish Charities of
Idmore, Maryland.
, has been the executive
jctor of TOP Jewish Founda-
I Inc. and therefore has been
[endowment consultant to the
Orlando and Pinellas
nty Federations.
hen .loel arrived in this area
was to administer a new pro-
where three Federations
e joining to share the costs of
|owment and planned giving
Tarns.
that time it was a pilot pro-
with no funds in the bank,
\, four and a half years later
hree communities have a very
essful program which is ad-
Irtering about $5,000,000 in a
which includes cash, in-kind
l real estate, closely held
ness stock, and other capital
eitstein said, "I see this as
| way of the future for all
Erations as a supplemental
ce of funding for all agencies,
not take the place of the
feration campaigns."
|hen the foundation was
I there was some resistance
| the communities were taught
this was not a fundraising
Jp but a tax planning and
nthropic long range and long
i program for the betterment
fe community.
hen used as a philanthropic
J the donor cannot control the
[of the funds, but they may
amend where they wish the
ne or principal distributed
trustee of Congregation Kol Ami.
Joel has published articles in
Prentice-Hall publications, Tampa
Bay Business, and the Jewish
Floridian. Penny Breitstein was
the administrative director of the
North Branch JCC Pre-School and
their son Joshua was a student at
the Hillel School of Tampa.
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For Seniors
[The JCC has begun collec-
Jg and recycling old
Iwspapers as a major fun-
raising project for the
Program in order to
npensate for the recent
fe of federal funds. The col-
pion bin is located on the
next to the garbage
|mpst,T. near the DeLeon
parking lot. Please bring
1 / and fold
fm neatly in grocery bags,
other printed material,
I0"1 ne books,
I or computer
'"in paper, can be ac-
pted. UV are also in need of
Kck,nK volunteers! Call
py London at the Center if
1 can help us out.
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Jewish communities.
Tampa is ready to stand up and
shout. By the end of the calendar
year Tampa should have one
million dollars in the endowment
fund.
"During the first two and a half
years Tampa was not as suc-
cessful in getting current gifts,
but through a positive attitude
and strong leadership the pro-
gram has grown into something
everyone can be proud of.
Everyone involved played a large
roll in the success of the pro-
gram," Breitstein said.
TOP is working to encourage
the synagogues in the community
to utilize this foundation as a
"Central Jewish Community En-
dowment Fund" and allow TOP to
administer all the funds. This
would be tax planning and plann-
ed community giving in a dif-
ferent and creative way.
The Personnel Search Commit-
tee of the TOP Jewish Foundation
is in the process of conducting in-
terviews with persons interested
in the position of executive
director.
The following people are
trustees to the TOP Jewish Foun
dation board: Les Barnett, presi
dent of TOP; Bill Kalish. vice
president, investments for TOP,
other Tampa trustees are Nat
Gordon, trustee for life; George
Karpay, Blossom Leibowitz, Mar
vin Aronovitz, and Erwin Katz
The endowment Commitee i;
Charles Adler, Ben Greenbaum
Judy Rosenkranz, Doug Cohn
Rhoda Karpay, Bobbe Karpay
Leah Davidson, Dr. Carl Zielonka
Herb Swarzman, Roger Mock
and Sam Reiber.
Breitstein had a private law
practice in Lebanon, Penn-
sylvania before moving to Tampa.
He is a member of the Penn-
sylvania and Florida Bar,
. Hillsborough County Estate Plan-
ning Council, Tampa Bay Philan-
thropic Action Council, and a
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, August 23, 1985
Bar Mitzvah
JEFFREY HYATT
Jeffrey Daniel Hyatt, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Henry Hyatt will be call-
ed to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Aug. 31 at 10 a.m. at
Congregation Kol Ami. Rabbi
David Rose and Cantor Howard
Rosenblatt, cousin of the Hyatt
family, will officiate.
The celebrant is a student of the
Kol Ami Religious School Hey
Class and he is a member of
Kadima. Jeffrey is an 8th grade
student at Adams Junior High
School. He studies music and
plays the guitar. He is a six year
member of the Forest Hills Soccer
League and also enjoys playing
tennis and swimming.
The Friday evening Oneg Shab-
bat will be hosted by Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin Katz, Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Adelman, Dr. and Mrs. Douglas
Saslow, and Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Weinstein.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hyatt and
Debra Hyatt will host the Kiddush
luncheon, Saturday following ser-
vices in honor of the occasion, and
a reception Saturday evening at
the Tampa Airport Marriott Hotel
for Jeffrey's friends and out of
town guests.
A Sunday morning brunch, for
out of town guests, at the Mar-
riott Hotel, will be hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph SUverman, Gene
Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Budd, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hennes,
Mr. and Mrs. Moe B. Safer, and
Judge and Mrs. Louis Safer.
Special guests will include
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Silverman, Gainesville,
and Mr. and Mrs. William Hyatt,
Sarasota.
Jeffrey Hyatt
BRYAN KATZ
Bryan Mitchell Katz, son of
Wendy and Erwin Katz, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Aug. 24, at 11 a.m.
at Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
Rabbi Frank Sundheim and Rabbi
Joan Glazer Farber will officiate.
The celebrant is a student in the
Schaarai Zedek Religious School.
He attends Adams Junior High
School where he is in the 8th
grade. Last year he achieved the
Principals Honor Roll at Oak
Grove Junior High School. Bryan
is a member of the Carrollwood
Soccer League.
Local friends of the family will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
the services. A reception will be
held at the Lincoln Hotel Satur-
day evening in honor of the
occasion.
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Special guests will include
Bryan's grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Ebert and Mrs. Sarah
Katz; other friends and family
members from the Miami area as
well as friends from Indiana,
Texas, New Jersey, and
Tennessee.
Engagement
Announcement
HASKINS-KUBLIN
Dorothy and Burt Haskins an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Cynthia Gayle, to Brett
Lawrence Kublin, son of Phyllis
and Alvin Kublin, North Miami
Beach. Grandparents of the bride-
elect are Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Haskins, Macon Georgia, and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moskowitz,
Atlanta. Grandparents of the
groom-elect are Mr. and Mrs.
George Goer and Mrs. Pearl Ler-
man, North Miami Beach.
A March 22, 1986 wedding is
planned at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom with a reception at the
Marriott Airport Hotel.
Cynthia is a graduate of Leto
High School and Florida State
University. She is employed as
associate buyer at Burdines of
Florida.
Brett is a graduate of North
Miami Beach High School and
Florida State University. He is
employed by Simco Recycling
Company.
MARCUSSHIMBERG
The engagement of Debra Lynn
Marcus to Richard Edward
Shimberg has been announced by
her parents, Fran S. Marcus and
Elton Marcus. Richard is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Shimberg.
Debra is a graduate of Florida
State University, with a degree in
early childhood education.
Richard is a student in the
Building Construction School of
the University of Florida.
A June 1986 wedding is planned
at Congregation Schaarai Zedek.
Wedding
Announcement
&
Mrs. Scott Vining
ZWIRN-VINING
Elissa Zwirn, daughter of
Adrienne and Ralph Zwirn,
became the bride of Scott Vining,
son of Nancy Vining, Jacksonville
and the late Eugene Vining Sun-
day, Aug. 11 at Saddlebrook
Country Club. Rabbi Arthur
Baseman officiated.
The bride's attendant was
Angie Snyder. Lakeland, maid of
honor. The groom's grandfather.
Ernest Vining, Jacksonville, was
best man.
Elissa and Scott attended the
University of Florida, Gainesville.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica the
couple will live in Jacksonville.
Community Calendar
Friday, August 23
Candlelighting time 7:41 p.m.
Saturday. August 24
Rodeph Sholom Special Board event, 8 p.m.
Sunday, August 25
Jewish War Veterans General meeting, 9:30 a.m. Jewish
Veterans Auxiliary General meeting, 9:30 a.m. k0]
Teacher Workshop JCC Open House, 1 p.m.
Monday, August 26
Tampa Jewish Federation Women's Division B & p Netw
5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, August 27
Hadassah/Tampa Chapter Executive Board meeting ioami
JCC Pre-School Open House, 7:30 p.m. Kol Ami Teacher S3
tation, 7:30 p.m. High School in Israel Committee meeting!
p.m.
Wednesday, August 28
Hillel School Parent Orientation, 8:10 a.m. National
Jewish Women Board meeting, 9:30 a.m. Rodeph Sh,
Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m. JCC North Branch n
School Open House, 7:30 p.m. Kol Ami Fellowship meetia
7:30 p.m. Rodeph Sholom Executive Board meeting, 8 p.iT
Thursday, August 29
Kol Ami New Member Coffee, 7:30 p.m. Tampa Jewish Feder|
tion Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Friday, August 30
Candlelighting time 7:34 p.m.
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Friday, August 23, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 7
SEPTEMBER COMMUNITY CALENDAR
SUNDAY
(iDLELIGHTING TIMES
September 6
7:2 pm-
September 13
7:18 p.m.
September 20
7:M p.m.
September 27
7:01 p.m.
Grandparents' Dy
KI'II 8HOLOM
lUGIOL'S SCHOOL
am
M KOI. AMI FAMILY
IKOL AMI YOUTH POOL
IMENORAH MANOB
G DEDICATION
MONMr
L*bor Day
JCC CLOSED
7:20 JEWISH TOWEBS
RESIDENTS AS80C.
GENERAL MEETTNG
12:11 8CHAABAI ZEDEK EXEC.
COPKHrrTXE MEETING
12:2* TAMPA JEWISH PED.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
CAMPAIGN CABINET MTC
1:M JEWISH WAJt VETERANS
AUXIUAR BOARD MTG.
7:M KOL AMI AD JOURNAL
MEETING
7:MOBT/rAMPA CHAPTER
BOARD MEETING
TUBM
JCC CLASSES BEGIN
VM 'JEWISH COMMUNITY
AD HOC COMMITTEE
J*WI8H TOWEB8 GAMES
VM KOL AMI ADULT
EDUCATION COMMITTEE
7:tt HADA88AH/AMERT
MEMBEBSHIP MEETING
M 8CHAARAI ZEDEK
BROTHERHOOD
BOARD MEETING
10
: HADAS8ABVTAMPA
BOARD MEETTNG
l*^ArL COUNCIL JEWISH
WOMEN MEMBEBSHIP
COPPEE
*M 'BUSINESS A PROF.
WOMEN'S BOARD MTG.
1M TAMPA JEWISH FAMILY
SERVICES BOARD
ORIENTATION
1M HILLEL SCHOOL BOARD
7:M JEWISH TOWERS GAMES
VM KOL AMI SCHOOL BOARD
T:M KOL AMI YOUTH ( OMM
WEDNESDAY
_ 'JEWISH COMMUNITY
POOD
BANK
'^MIBODEPH SHOLOM SISTER-
HOOD OPEN MEETING
KOL AMI HEBREW SCHOOL
BEGINS
:*> BODEPH SHOLOM BOARD
ORIENTATION A DINNER
7:M KOL AMI NEW MEMBER
corns
7:2 NAT'L COUNCIL JEWISH
WOMEN MBRSHIP. EVENT
7:M 8CHAARAI ZEDEK YOUTH
COMMITTEE
T:tt KOL AMI SI8TERHOOD
BOARD MEETING
11
IMf "JEWI8H COMMUNITY
POOD
BANK
IMS TEMPLE DAVID SISTER-
HOOD BOARD MEETING
11JS NATX COUNCIL JEWISH
WOMEN "STEVE OTTO"
OPENING MEETING
7M JEWISH WOMEN FOR
JEWISH SURVIVAL
J^ KOL, AMI SISTERHOOD
MEETING
*: JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
COUNCIL BOARD MTC.
THURSDAY
VM BBANDEI8 WOMEN STUDY
GROUP SHOWCASE
*M KOL AMI MEN'S CLUB
*M BBANDELS WOMEN STUDY
GROUP SHOWCASE
l.-tt TAMPA JEWISH FED.
WOMEN'S DIVISION BD
MEETING W/MP BOARD
12
12:01 TAMPA JEWISH PED.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MEETING
1>:U 'SB. CITIZEN ADVISORY
COUNCIL BOARD MTG.
7:20 ORTfTAMPA CHAPTER
GENERAL MEETTNG
T* KOL AMI BOARD MTG.
mDAY
I NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN COFFEE
SATURDAY
1:00 KOL AMI SERVICES ADULT
EDUCATION
8:00 MINOR AH MANOR
SHABBAT
:00 BCHAARAI ZEDEK SCHZFTY
13
M KOL AMI YOUTH
SERVICES
fcM BODEPH SHOLOM
1:00 BCHAARAI ZEDEK
SEL1CHOT SERVICES
1:15 BODEPH SHOLOM
SEUCHOT
SERVICES
110:20 KOL AMI SEUCHOT SERV.
14
I 1040 HCHAARAI ZEDEK
CRADLE
I ROLL
M TAMPA JEWISH PED.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
SHALOM TAMPA PARTY
2:00 HADASSAH/AMEET
SPECIAL MEETING
!ongregations/Organizations Events
CONGREGATION
KOL AMI
Senior Socialites
lie Senior Socialites meet at
regation Kol Ami, 3919
an Road, Tampa, every
|nesday afternoon from 12
i to 3:45 p.m.
ey extend a very warm,.
me to Rabbi and Mrs. Rose
Cantor Sam Isaak.
Senior Socialites invite
yone to come and meet new
Ids. There are speakers of in-
ft, refreshments, games to
, and an afternoon of fun.
| come and join us on Wednes-
fternoon in North Tampa.
bring your friends. For
kional information call: Sylvia
X president, 977-4985; Judy
erts, coordinator, 932-1025.
iigious School Orientation
And Family Branch
ents and students of Con-
Won Kol Ami's Religious
pi are invited to attend a
Orientation and Family
i on Sunday, Sept. 8.
"ion I Classes will meet from
a.m. Session II Classes
feet from 11 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
ents and children will meet
|beginning of each session in
panctuary. After a special
pne by Rabbi H. David Rose,
>tion Director, the children
k dismissed to their classes
[their teachers. Rabbi Rose
neet with the parents to
" policies and plans for the
I year. Parents will also
Ian opportunity to ask any
Pom they many have.
Children will rejoin their parents
for the Family Brunch.
Family membership in Con-
gregation Kol Ami is a prere-
quisite for enrollment in the
Religious School. If you are in-
terested in more information
about the school and/or synagogue
membership, please call the
synagogue -office -at 962-6338.
Religious School
Congregation Kol Ami is pleas-
ed to welcome Rabbi H. David
Rose as our Education Director.
The Congregation Kol Ami
Religious School serves the Con-
gregation in providing a rewar-
ding, enriching and meaningful
Jewish education for children and
youth. It endeavors to encourage
and enhance family involvement
in Jewish life and seeks to
stimulate and reinforce a positive,
lasting relationship between the
student, synagogue and Jewish
people. Classes for the 1985-86
school year begin on Wednesday,
Sept. 4.
Congregation Kol Ami's
Primary School meets on Sunday
mornings from 9 to 10:50 a.m. at
the synagogue. We have classes
for children ages three through
second grade. Children are involv-
ed in educational and play ac-
tivities through which they are ex-
posed to the richness of teir
Jewish heritage at a level suitable
for their ages.
Our Religious School is for
children in the third through sixth
grades. Classes meet three times
a week. Students receive instruc-
tion in Hebrew Language and Sid-
dur in addition to Judaic studies
including History, Bible, Culture,
few York Law cottou^fropl,
.wn calendars and meet
al needs."
|**etli David
Chapel
*> Funeral Director.
F0" 16th Straet North
8t Petersburg,
Florida 33703
Uan A. Fuaa, LFD
*' service, available
'> Tamp.
EL3) 247-1772
He said the new law ended the
need for the non-public schools
to arrange "costly alternate
arrangements for students who
are too young or unable to take
public transportation.''
The law require. New York
city school districts to provide
bus transportation for non-public
.chool pupils for up to five
KernateP Say- which must be
picked in advance by officials of
the non-public schools.
Holidays, Jewish Values and
Israel. All students are encourag-
ed to celebrate their becoming
Bar or Bat Mitzvah with the
congregation.
Congregation Kol Ami's High
School of Jewish Studies for post-
Bar/Bat Mitzvah students meets
one evening a week. Subject mat-
ter for these classes, has been
chosen to be meaningful and rele-
vant for maturing Jewish
teenagers.
Family membership in Con-
gregation Kol Ami is a prere-
quisite for enrollment in the
Religious School. If you are in-
terested in more information
about the school and/or synagogue
membership, please call the
synagogue office at 962-6338.
Bowling League
Anyone interested in joining the
Kol Ami Sisterhood Bowling
League is asked to please contact
Janet Cotzen at 963-5611. The
league will bowl on Thursday mor-
nings, beginning Aug. 29. C'mon
and join the fun.
Obituaries
KLINE
Helene, Chicago, died Saturday. Aug. 3,
1985. She was the beloved mother of Sylvia
Bondi of Tampa, and Janet Laskin of Lom-
bard, Illinois; grandmother of Joan Bradley,
Elmhurst, Illinois; and great grandmother
of Deborah Bradley.
TAWIL
Leo, 70, of Tampa, died Thursday, August
1 1986. A native of Syria, Mr. Tawil had
resided in Tampa for the last 29 years com-
ing from Scranton. Pa. He was the owner of
Jacquelyn's Sporta Wear, member of Con-
gregation Rodeph Sholom; Rodeph Sholom
Men's Club; former member of Board of
Trustees of Hillel School of Tampa; Tampa
Merchant* Asaoc.; and B'nai B'rith Men s
Club. Survivors include his wife, Rose
Haber Tawil, Tampa; 2 sons. Dr. Albert
Tawil, Tampa, Dr. Robert Tawil. Chicago.
Ill three daughters, Esther Weiaman,
Tampa, Jacquelyn WaW, and Francyn Ber
rin both of Miami; three brothers, Irving
Tawil, New York. N.Y.; Joseph and Murray
Tawil both of Brooklyn, NY.; five sisters.
Jean Greenberg. Adele Mizrahi. Rose An-
ur Mollie Rusao, ail of Brooklyn. N.Y., and
Sophie Goodman, Sunrise, Fla.; and nine
mnehttdren. Contributions may be made to
The American Heart Association or Con
gregation Rodeph Sholom.
SHONBBUN
Anna, 91. died Sunday August 4, 1986 m
Miami. A resident of Tampa for 53 years.
the is survived by a daughter, Helene (Mur-
ray) Dubbin; son, Herman (Virginia) Shon
bran; nine grandchildren; four great-
grandchildren. Daughter-in-law Peggy
Shonbrun. Mrs- Shonbran aM*
member of rUd^h. she was a ***"!
National Council of Jewish Women, and
Sisterhood of Rodeph Sholom Temple.
Senior Adult Care
R.N. Experienced in Gerontology will care for
Senior Adult lady in R.N.'s elegant home.
888-7993
Sterling
FlwArtSSS LS
Israeli and other
Collectable and Investment
Contemporary Fine Art
AG AM, EBGI, WEIL, ZUNIGA
G.H. ROTHE Master of the Mezzotint
PAUL BRASLOW Sculpture
From California Oct. 5,
G.H. Rothe Show
Call 971-5266
Linda and Alan Starling
EMPLOYMENT
Office Assistant; part-time.
Good clerical and typing skills.
Call 875-1618
Congregation Kol Ami
Has Fall openings for Sunday
Religious School Teachers.
Salary commensurate with
experience and qualifications.
962-6338


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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, August 23, 1985
YOUTH
NEW AFTER SCHOOL
PROGRAM AT KOL AMI
"Second Home," a program be-
ing offered at the Main Branch of
the JCC (formerly known as
"After-School Care") will be of-
fered at the North Branch (Kol
Ami) if enough interest is express-
ed. This program would run from
after school to 6 p.m. and would
have a variety of activities for the
children, such as crafts, games
and sports. Cost will be $25 per
week.
It is also possible to request
transportation from Carrollwood
and Claywell schools, but there
would be an extra charge ($5 per
week) for this service. Please call
Terry at the Center if you are in-
terested in this program.
COME TO THE JCC'S
SUNDAY FUNDAY
Sunday-Funday is a special get-
together for grade school children
on Sunday afternoons, 1-4 p.m.
Activities might include any of the
following:
Kites, Juggling, Music Enrich-
ment, Self-Defense, Trips, Pet
Care, Hayrides, Horseback
Riding, Clowning Around,
Skating, Crafts, Cheerleading,
Junior Jazzercise, Cooking, and
Baton.
A schedule will be sent home
shortly. Cost is $2 each Sunday.
PRESCHOOL
AIDE AND TEACHER
NEEDED AT KOL AMI
Needed at Kol Ami, 8:30
a.m. -12:30 p.m., working
with Playtots and young
Two's. Please call Cece Hur-
witx at the Center for an
interview.
TWEEN/TEENS
COUNCIL MEETING
Teen Council is made up of
members of each Jewish Youth
Group in the Tampa Bay area.
Teens who are not members of
any Jewish Youth Group are also
invited to attend any planning
meeting and all events. Our first
planning meeting of the year will
be on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 5
p.m. We can order pizza for this
meeting, so please RSVP to the
JCC if you are interested in atten-
ding. We will be planning events
for the entire year for all teen,
areas at this meeting, and we
welcome everyone's inputl
The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
LABOR DAY
PICNIC
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U?afo*mt\*
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jwir*
M-l'
We'll talk a lot,
I kid you not.
The evening will be neat!
"KNOW YOUR
COMMUNITY" SERIES
ADL, JNF, TJSS What are
all these initials? Come to the
Center and find-out jGst what the
Jewish Community Agencies are
in Tampa and the entire Bay area,
and how they can be of use to you
and your family. More important:
Find-out how YOU can be of use
to THEM! No charge. Monday
evenings at 7 p.m., starting Sept.
9 (for six weeks).
Sept. 9 ADL (Anti-
Defamation League); TJF (Tampa
Jewish Federation)
Please register for this pro-
gram, even though there is no
charge, so that we are assured
that this is of interest to the com-
munity and will be well attended.
GENERAL MEETING
OF CLUB VARIETY
Club Variety has scheduled a
General Meeting for Tuesday,
Sept. 3. After a short meeting, we
will have a speaker, Robert Ber-
man, who will speak on the subject
of Ginnie Mae investments. Much
interest is being displayed in this
area of investments, and we all
OLD FASHIONED
LABOR DAY PICNIC
AT THE JCC
Come join the fun at the JCC
Monday, Sept 2, for an Old
Fashioned Family Picnic from 12
noon until 6 p.m. There will be
swimming, games, good company,
with dinner being served from 4-6
p.m. The Center will provide hot-
dogs, watermelon and lemonade
and we are asking that each fami-
ly bring a covered dish (non-dairy)
to share with others. To plan pro- ]
perly and order the right amount
of food, we are asking that you
call the Center with your family's
reservations and what covered
dish you would like to bring. If you
don't want to cook, perhaps you
would like to donate toward the
Center's additional expenses.
Cost for dinner: Adults, $2,
Children, $1.
Let's all come out and finish out
the summer with a blast!
All fall program committees
are in seed of volunteers. If
interested, contact Jan
Wuliger.
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FAMILY
POOL HOURS CHANGE
IN AUGUST
Aug. 26-Oct. 27:
Saturday and Sunday, noon-6
p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday, 4-7 p.m.
SUNDAY NIGHT
SUPPERS
Our July Sunday Night Supper
was a great success, thanks to the
Goldsteins, Davidsons, Roths,
Hanans, and Lee Tobin. Don't
forget our last Sunday Night Sup-
per on Aug. 25 in conjunction with
our Yiddish-Kite Open House.
Come Fry With Us!
* ADULTS
SECOND ANNUAL
SIP AND DIP
The JCC announces its second
annual Sip and Dip Party on
Saturday, Sept. 7, 9 p.m.-12 mid-
nighi- Cost is $5 per person.
f^Wll swim awhile.
We'll dance and smile.
We'll sip some drinks and eat.
have many questions about it. If
you would like to become better
informed, join us at our meeting!
FOOTBALL SUNDAY FOR
FEMALES
WOMEN! Do you think you
might actually like the game of
football if only you had some idea
what's going on? Would you like
to learn more about the game?
Or how about knowing MORE
about the game than your hus-
band or boyfriend? Well, come on
down to the JCC on Sept. 8 to get
a basic course in the game of foot-
ball! Let your husband (or
boyfriend) stay home on Sunday
to watch the ballgame WITH
THE KIDS, while you meet with
your friends and learn something
new. Call the Center to enroll to-
day! Munchies to be provided.
CLUB VARIETY NEEDS
A FEW GIGGLES
On Saturday, Sept. 14, Club
Variety is planning an outing to
"Giggles," a new night spot in
town that is rumored to have ex-
cellent comedy acts. If you are in-
terested, call Lil Singer at
831-5648.

nAJW- 24 TweerJ
Pool Party
Aug. 25 JCC ,
HOUSE; Yiddish Kite:
Aug. 26 Friendship!
Pot Luck Luncheon and f
Aug. 27 Pre-Schod
House at South End
Aug. 28 Pre-Schooll
House at North End
Sept. 2 Labor Day |
ly Picnic
Sept. 3 Club Vi1
General Meeting and
Sept. 3 and 5 CPRl
ing Session (Good
Series)
Sept. 7 Second
Adult Sip and Dip Pai
Sept. 8 Football sj
for Females
Sept. 9 Know Yourl
munity Series begins
Sept. 11 Teen
Meeting
Sept. 14 Club vJ
Outing to "Giggles"
POSITIONS AVJ
YOUTH/TEEN W01
There is an opeaiif j
YonthVTeen Directori
Jewish Community
This person would
with children frea
Kindergarten throngs!
grades. It would entail|
ning and implement
grams both at the Mi
and at Kol Ami: after i
programs. Sunday
grams, evening
vacation program. IfI
SOW interested, please f
Terry Abrahams it
Jewish Community "
AFTER
SCHOOL/WORKEI
Position for
care at Kol Ami Temple,]
hy the JCC. Hoars: Uf
Responsible for lMf
after-school activities
children.
SECRETARY/
P o s i t i o n t
Seeretary/Receptmsjsti
busy front desk. Mm*
able to meet and gntl
public, answer phones.'
most be good typiit. <
RenejeMUlerattheJCCJ
an appointment st VT
SENIORS,
SPECIAL FRIENDS*
CLUB EVENT
On Monday, Aug.**]
noon, join us for a p*
covered dish luncheon, an
p.m. for a special show witn
dian Bob Blasser. of1
Through Laughter." Adm
$1. Call Judy LondonJl
Center for information
nig food.
GOOD HEALTH SERIES]
The first session of our
"Good Health Series,
CPR Training, will w .
Tuesday and Thursday, *ri
and 5, at the JCC Mam W"
There is no charge for'
We highly recommend V|
prehensive training J1
geared toward senior
workers and volunteers*
required by Aug. 30- ap-
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/Friday, August 23, 1985
The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
YOUTH
NEW AFTER SCHOOL
PROGRAM AT KOL AMI
"Second Home," a program be-
ing offered at the Main Branch of
the JCC (formerly known as
"After-School Care") will be of-
fered at the North Branch (Kol
Ami) if enough interest is express-
ed. This program would run from
after school to 6 p.m. and would
have a variety of activities for the
children, such as crafts, games
and sports. Cost will be $25 per
week.
It is also possible to request
transportation from Carrollwood
and Claywell schools, but there
would be an extra charge ($5 per
week) for this service. Please call
Terry at the Center if you are in-
terested in this program.
COME TO THE JCC'S
SUNDAY FUNDAY
Sunday-Funday is a special get-
together for grade school children
on Sunday afternoons, 1-4 p.m.
Activities might include any of the
following:
Kites, Juggling, Music Enrich-
ment, Self-Defense, Trips, Pet
Care, Hayrides, Horseback
Riding, Clowning Around,
Skating, Crafts, Cheerleading,
Junior Jazzerciae, Cooking, and
Baton.
A schedule will be sent home
shortly. Cost is $2 each Sunday.
LABOR DAY
PICNIC
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We'll talk a lot,
I kid you not,
The evening will be neat!
"KNOW YOUR
COMMUNITY" SERIES
ADL, JNF, TJSS What are
all these initials? Come to the
Center and find-out jOst what the
Jewish Community Agencies are
in Tampa and the entire Bay area,
and how they can be of use to you
and your family. More important:
Find-out how YOU can be of use
to THEM! No charge. Monday
evenings at 7 p.m., starting Sept.
9 (for six weeks).
Sept. 9 ADL (Anti-
Defamation League); TJF (Tampa
Jewish Federation)
Please register for this pro-
gram, even though there is no
charge, so that we are assured
that this is of interest to the com-
munity and will be well attended.
GENERAL MEETING
OF CLUB VARIETY
Club Variety has scheduled a
General Meeting for Tuesday,
Sept. 3. After a short meeting, we
will have a speaker, Robert Ber-
man, who will speak on the subject
of Ginnie Mae investments. Much
interest is being displayed in this
area of investments, and we all
PRESCHOOL
AIDE AND TEACHER
NEEDED AT KOL AMI
Needed at Kol Ami, 8:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m., working
with Playtots and young
Two's. Please call Cece Hur-
witz at the Center for an
interview.
TWEEN/TEENS
COUNCIL MEETING
Teen Council is made up of
members of each Jewish Youth
Group in the Tampa Bay area.
Teens who are not members of
any Jewish Youth Group are also
invited to attend any planning
meeting and all events. Our first
planning meeting of the year will
be on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 5
p.m. We can order pizsa for this
meeting, so please RSVP to the
JCC if you are interested in atten-
ding. We will be planning events
for the entire year for all teen,
areas at this meeting, and we
welcome everyone's input!
OLD FASHIONED
LABOR DAY PICNIC
AT THE JCC
Come join the fun at the JCC
Monday, Sept. 2, for an Old
Fashioned Family Picnic from 12
noon until 6 p.m. There will be
swimming, games, good company,
with dinner being served from 4-6
p.m. The Center will provide hot-
dogs, watermelon and lemonade
and we are asking that each fami-
ly bring a covered dish (non-dairy)
to share with others. To plan pro-
perly and order the right amount
of food, we are asking that you.
call the Center with your family's
reservations and what covered
dish you would like to bring. If you
don't want to cook, perhaps you
would like to donate toward the
Center's additional expenses.
Cost for dinner: Adults, $2,
Children, $1.
Let's all come out and finish out
the summer with a blast!
All fall program committees
are in seed of volunteers. If
interested, contact Jan
Wuliger.
A
J**8****^
Teens!
Platens!
t'*P M ll'.O* *.
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JCC
FAMILY
POOL HOURS CHANGE
IN AUGUST
Aug. 26-Oet. 27:
Saturday and Sunday, noon-6
p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday, 4-7 p.m.
SUNDAY NIGHT
SUPPERS
Our July Sunday Night Supper
was a great success, thanks to the
Goldsteins, Davidsons, Roths,
Hanans, and Lee Tobin. Don't
forget our last Sunday Night Sup-
per on Aug. 25 in conjunction with
our Yiddish-Kite Open House
Come Fly With Us!

ADULTS
SECOND ANNUAL
SIP AND DIP
The JCC announces its second
annual Sip and Dip Party on
Saturday, Sept. 7, 9 p.m.-12 mid-
nJghj- Cost is $5 per person.
JrWe II swim awhile.
We'll dance and smile.
We'll sip some drinks and eat.
have many questions about it. If
you would like to become better
informed, join us at our meeting!
FOOTBALL SUNDAY FOR
FEMALES
WOMEN! Do you think you
might actually like the game of
football if only you had some idea
what's going on? Would you like
to learn more about the game?
Or .. how about knowing MORE
about the game than your hus-
band or boyfriend? Well, come on
down to the JCC on Sept. 8 to get
a basic course in the game of foot-
ball! Let your husband (or
boyfriend) stay home on Sunday
to watch the ballgame WITH
THE KIDS, while you meet with
your friends and learn something
new. Call the Center to enroll to-
day! Munchies to be provided.
CLUB VARIETY NEEDS
A FEW GIGGLES
On Saturday, Sept. 14, Club
Variety is planning an outing to
"Giggles," a new night spot in
town that is rumored to have ex-
cellent comedy acts. If you are in-
terested, call Lil Singer at
831-5648.
Aug. 24 Tween
Pool Party
Aug. 25 JCC ,
HOUSE; Yiddish Kite I
Aug. 26 Friendshii
Pot Luck Luncheon andl
Aug. 27 Pre-Schc
House at South End
Aug. 28 Pre-SchooJ
House at North End
Sept. 2 Labor Day!
ly Picnic
Sept. 3 Club ,
General Meeting and sJ
Sept. 3 and 5 CPRJ
ing Session (Good
Series)
Sept 7 Second
Adult Sip and Dip Pa
Sept. 8 Football i
for Females
Sept. 9 Know Yo
munity Series begins
Sept 11 Teen
Meeting
Sept 14 Club
Outing to "Giggles'1
P
POSITIONS AW
YOUTH/TEEN WOI
There is an op
Youth/Teen Director
Jewish Commuuity
This person would
with children fro*
Kindergarten
grades. It would eat
ning sad implement
graaas both at the M
awl at Kol And; after i
pr og rani, Sunday
grams, evening
vacation program.
are interested, pli
Terry Abrahaau
Jewish Commaaity
AFTER
SCHOOL/WO.
Position for
care at Kol Ami Te .
by the JCC. Hoars: M
Responsible for mi
aftar-sehool aetmti|
children.
SECRETARY/
P o s i t i o i '
Seeretary/Reeeptiosiitl
busy front desk. Ma|
able to meet tad grasj
public, answer pbof*'
mast be good tjaaU.
Rcnee Miller at the JCCJ
an appointment st oT
SENIORS
SPECIAL FRIENDOT
CLUB EVENT
On Monday, Aug.A
noon, join us for a P* ,
covered dish luncheon, mJ
p.m. for a special show inM
dian Bob Blasser, j
Through Laughter.'' Aflnaw
$1. Call Judy Lon* "I
Center for information
nig food.
GOOD HEALTH SH
The first session of o*'
"Good Health Series. ,
CPR Training, ul w SJ
Tuesday and Thursday,
and 6, at the JCC M*.
There is no charge for"
We highly recommeoO'Sj
prehensive training
geared toward senior
workers and volunteers
required by Aug. *
by Memorial Hospital.


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