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The Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Off Pinellas County
St. Petersburg, Florida Friday, February 24,1984
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Bonn Sees 'New Era'
|n Relations With Israel
By WOLF J. BELL
JONN (DaD) Bonn
uicellor Helmut Kohl's
it to Israel at the end of
^uary is seen by the
lan government as
hng marked the
pnning of a new era in
stions between the two
Intries.
jring the Chancellor's six-
| visit to Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
| the Galilee, Kohl and Israeli
he Minister Yitzhak Shamir
four times and agreed to
nd and intensify mutual ties
|l sectors.
at it was also apparent that
time is not yet ripe for a more
bnstrained and free and easy
Uonship between the Federal
ublic of Germany and Israel.
WAS only the second visit
srael by a Honn Chancellor.
V Brandt was first 11 years
[The special feature of Kohl's
was that he was the first
Chancellor to hold talks
the government of Israel in
Isalem who was a represent-
of the post-war German
ration.
le was welcomed by Israeli
Iticians as a representative of
new Germany, and in spite of
py small-scale demon-
ktions, the visit took place in a
Uial atmosphere.
|he Chancellor promised
lonally to look after Israel's
bomic interests in connection
the planned accession of
|in and Portugal to the
iipean Community.
igh-level political contacts
| to be stopped up. The two
ntries are particularly keen to
aborate in technology and the
[si developments in high-tech.
ll'T THE talks were cieariy
V by the security policy
eration agreed between Bonn
CJA Campaign Reaches $1,067,000
Next 8 Weeks Crucial To Meet '84 Goal
Chancellor Helmut Kohl
and Riyadh and the German offer
to supply Saudi Arabia with a
number of defensive weapons,
but not the Leopard Mk 2 battle
tank.
The uniform view in israel is
that (ierman arms exports to the
Arab world cannot be reconciled
with the interests of the State of
Israel and with the special
character of bilateral ties
resulting from Hitler's annihila-
tion of six-million European
cws.
The Chancellor gave his hosts
an assurance that Israel's
security interests would be borne
in mind but pointed out that the
West also had a responsibility foi
security in the Persian Gull
Which lionn could not shirk.
THE BONN government was
determined to continue pursuing
a balanced Middle hast policy,
including support for the peace
process on the basis of the Camp
David Agreement between Israel
and Kgypt and other, further-
reaching proposals.
Disagreements were not
resolved in other sectors either.
lionn still has misgivings about
Israeli settlements in the West
Hank. Jerusalem still objects to
German advocacy of self-
determination for the
Palestinians.
The 1984 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign has reached
$1,067,000 and surpassed the
1983 total, according to Stan
Newmark, Campaign Chairman.
Newmark said "The next eight
weeks are crucial to meeting our
1984 goal of $1,250,000. Our
campaign is in full swing, and for
the next several weeks campaign
workers will attempt to reach all
the prospects who have not yet
made their commitments."
The annual campaign began
with a successful and well-
attended Major Gifts Dinner and
has just completed the Premier
Division, which concluded with
the spectacularly successful Blue
and White Ball.
"Our goal is well within our
reach," commented Newmark, "if
every member of the community
does his fair share. If we convey
the importance of maintaining a
Jewish lifeline to those in need
here at home, around and world
and in Israel, then Pinellas
County will meet the challenge
and reach its 1984 goal of one and
a quarter million dollars."
Charles Rutenberg, Federation
President, commented "Stan
Newmark and his campaign team
have done a tremendous job this
year and the campaign will set an
all time high in funds raised.
However, we must and will push
to receive outstanding 1984 gifts
as well as new gifts in order to
reach our goal and assume more
financial responsibility to the
evergrowing needs of the Jewish
community."
Stan Newmark
Gerda Klein To Speak
At Tribute Luncheon March 12
Author Gerda Klein will speak
at the Federation Women's
Division Tribute Luncheon on
March 12, according to Women's
Division Chairperson Elisa
Greenberg.
The Luncheon, open to all
contributors of $365 or more to
the 1984 Women's Division
campaign, will be held at Spoto's
Restaurant in Seminole.
Gerda Klein was born in Bielitz
(Bilsko), Poland, where she lived
with her parents and brother at
the time the German armies
occupied Poland in 1939. She and
her family were all sent to
concentration camps. She alone
survived.
Her first book. All But My
Life, is a personal account of her
suffering and survival. Her
second book, The Blue Rose,
which made the Children's Books
Best Seller List, introduces one
"different" child to her peers as a
"Blue Rose" a child to be
tended, not cast aside. Her third
Gerda Klein
book (just published). Promise Of
A New Spring, is a gently
eloquent introduction to the
Holocaust, written for children.
Mrs. Klein lives in a suburb of
Buffalo with her husband. They
have three children and several
grandchildren. She writes a
weekly column, "Stories For
Young Readers," for the Bufalo
News, and is one of the founders
of The Blue Rose Foundation,
which hopes to provide a facility
in western New York for mentally
retarded young adults to farm,
care for animals and operate a pet
shop.
Mrs. Klein travels and speaks
throughout the country for many
different organizations.
Invitations to the Tribute
Luncheon have been mailed out
to all women in the Pinellas
County Jewish community.
Anyone interested in attending
should RSVP by mail or to the
Federation office at 446-1033.
Dr. Irving Greenberg To Serve As
Scholar In Residence For 1984 FAJF Conference
Tension Rising Between
Shiite Militias and UN Forces
Irving Greenberg,
ident of the National Jewish
^urce Center, a unique Jewish
union dedicated to
ating leaders for Jewish
^rship, will serve as scholar-
Bidence for the 1984 Confer-
of Florida Associations of
sh Federations, it was an-
Jced by Maxine Schwartz,
erson. The conference will
||ld Friday, March 23 through
By, March 25 at the
aton World in Orlando,
la, and is being sponsored in
eratu with the Council of
Federations and the
1 Jewish Appeal.
|e conference will cover all
of Jewish communal life
g with current issues as
pertain to campaign,
tat ion, youth, elderly, etc. Dr.
pnberg has announced that
heme as scholar-in-residence,
"The New Jewish Era In
Making." An ordained
)dox rabbi, scholar and
nent lecturer, Irving
pi berg emphasizes the neces-
for Jews to bridge the
Bting ideological gaps" that
now divide orthodox, conserva-
tive, reform and secular Jews. An
eminent scholar in the field of
Holocaust studies, he spent
several years in Jerusalem at Yad
Vashem under the fellowship of
the National Endowment for the
Humanities and has served as
Director of the President's
Commission on the Holocaust.
Prior to founding the National
Jewish Resource Center, Irving
Greenberg was instrumental in
the pioneering of numerous
organizations in American
Jewish life. These included
Yavneh, the National Religious
Students Association; the Center
for Russian Jewry, which is the
parent organization of the
Students Struggle for Soviet
Jewry; and the Association for
Jewish Studies, the professional
organization for Jewish studies in
American universities.
"We consider it an honor and a
privilege to have Dr. Greenberg
serve as our scholar-in-residence
for our Florida Associations of
Jewish Federations conference,"
stated Maxine Schwartz. "He
will provide us with the inspira-
tion and commitment that we all
need in our role as Jewish
communal leaders. This confer-
ence will have something for
everyone as we will be covering
the entire scope of Jewish
communal issues." Conference
highlights include discussions on
U.S.-Israeli Relations, Govern-
ment Relations in Florida, and
the Jewish Agency for Israel and
its Relationship to the Federa-
tions, the Campaign for '85, and
Planning and Priority Setting for
Long Range Capital Needs.
The workshops will cover a
wide-range of topics including the
Changing Jewish Family, Ser-
vices to the Elderly, Leadership
Development, Public Relations
and Volunteer Professional
Relations. The cost of the
program is $125 per person,
which includes registration and
four meals. Hotel accom-
modations are $64 per day, single
or double occupancy. For further
information regarding reserva-
tions contact the Jewish Federa-
tion
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
A tense situation has de-
veloped in south Lebanon
between members of the
United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) and Shiite
militias, complicating
Israel's efforts to improve
relations with the Shiites.
There has been a series of
confrontations between UN
troops and Shiite militiamen in
the region south of the Awali
River. The latest occurred yester-
day when Shiites blocked a road
to halt a UNIFIL supply convoy
manned by Ghanaian soldiers. In
the ensuing clash, one militiaman
was wounded and three were
captured.
TIMOR GOKSELL, a spokes-
man for UNIFIL, has called on
Israel to restrain local elements
operating in territory occupied
and controlled by the Israel
Defense Force. Israel has had its
own trouble with the Shiites.
Initially they welcomed the
Israeli invasion of Lebanon in
June, 1982 because the IDF
drove the Palestine Liberation
Organization out of south
Lebanon. Later, however, strong
measures taken against terrorists
in the Shiite populated areas led
to clashes between Shiites and
the IDF.
Israel is now trying to repair
its relations with the 400,000
Shiites who comprise the
majority of the population in
south Lebanon and with the
Druze. Those groups had been
alienated by Israel's all-out
support for the Christian
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The Jewish Floridian ofPineUas County
Friday, February 24,1984
An Investment In Your Community
Can Be An Investment In Israel
Camp Chatuga
For Boys & Girls
It ia rare when you can use the
same dollars to make two dif-
ferent investments. However, if
you believe in the future of your
local Jewish community and in
helping to strengthen the State of
Israel, the same dollars can
provide for the growth and future
ofeach.
The TOP Jewish Foundation is
a non profit corporation formed
by the Federations of Tampa,
Orlando and Pinellas County to
help build endowment funds for
the future of each participating
Jewish community. With the
help of TOP, each community has
established its own endowment
gift development program.
Endowment gifts and the income
generated by further investment
are used to make a variety of
grants into the Jewish commu-
nity based upon needs that
cannot be met from other funds
and based on the recom-
mendation of participating
donors.
The Foundation has developed
over two million dollars in en-
dowment gifts. As part of its
overall investment portfolio, it
owns $110,000 worth of Variable
Rate Issue State of Israel bonds.
The Women's Division of the Jewish Federation recently held their
Paceseter Luncheon at the home of Judy Winer. Pictured are (left to
right) Elisa Greenberg, chairwoman of the Women's Division; Edie
Seligman, co-chair of the Pacesetter Division; Jackie Jacobs, co-chair
Pacesetter Division; Dora Roth, guest speaker; Judy Winer, hostess;
and Margie Green, chairwoman of the newly formed Choi Division.
These bonds pay a return to
Foundations, pension funds, ana
the like that is competitive witn
other investments in the market
place. This interest rate is not
available to individuals.
At your request, your in-
vestment in the local community
through your gift to TOP can be
pooled with others to be further
invested in Israel through the
purchase of bonds. Unlike your
individual purchase of bonds,
whih is NOT tax deductible, your
gift to the TOP Jewish Founda-
tion is tax deductible. This may
be important to your annual tax
planning and reduces the cost of
this double investment by 50
percent, if you are in the 50
percent tax bracket.
TOP has many different en-
dowment gift vehicles for you to
choose from. Depending upon the
size of your gift to TOP, a fund
can be established in your name
or in the name of someone you
wish to honor. The annual income
from this fund could be used to
support one of your philanthropic
interests, or other endowment
projects already identified in
your community's endowment
fund.
Regardless of the type of
endowment vehicle you choose,
what is important is that you are
getting double the investment
mileage from the same dollar and
a tax deduction to boot. For
further information contact Joel
Breitstein, Executive Director-
Endowment Consultant, TOP
Jewish Foundation, 112
Magnolia Ave., Tampa, Fl 33606;
phone 813-253-3569 lout of the
dialing area, call collect).
Ladies leave luncheon after a stirring afternoon.
The Taste of Purim
Brightly decorated boxes filled
with half a dozen hamantaschen
will be available from the Parent
Boosters Association of the
Jewish Day School. The gift
boxes will be decorated by Jewish
Day School students. The cost
per box is $2.50. payable to the
Parent Boosters Association.
Orders must be received at the
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School Office, 301 59 Street
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by this Monday, Feb. 27. Orders
will be ready for pick up at the
Jewish Day School on March 15.
The Pinellas County Jewish
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agency of the Combined Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Please Support
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Bemice Bressler and Iris Lee of
Gulf Coast Jewish Family
Service, Inc. talk aboaut the
< needs of the Jewish community
in Pinellas County. "When you
look around this beautiful area
we live in it's hard to believe we
have families that are so hard up
they don't know where their next
meal is coming from, said
Mrs. Lee. We at Jewish Family
Service are faced with these
problems almost daily."
The Koved Fund is a program
sponsored by your Federation.
The money is given directly to
the Koved Fund and used to
support needy Jewish families in
Pinellas County.
Each person or family applies
to the Koved Fund for help and is
cleared through Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Service, Inc. to
insure that other funds or ser-
vices are not available to these
people. The Fund is only used for
l emergencies and people can apply
for help only once a year.
Mrs. Bressler from Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Service, Inc. talks
about the families that come to
her. "Divorced women trying to
support their children and unable
to meet a rent payment, come to
us for help. It seems that single
parent families are the new poor
of our society.
The ex-husbands leave and
stop paying support and these
women are left with few skills and
a family to raise. The Koved
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^^ Jewish people on disability
struggle trying to make ends
meet. With a cold winter like we
have just had, they are not able
to pay an electric bill and are
threatened with a cut-off notice.
With the recession still in
progress, there are people out of
work who need help. The Koved
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Please think of your Koved
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Features Rabbi Gill man
At Beth Shalom, Clearwater
The Jewish Theological
Seminary, with which Beth
Shalom is affiliated, has estab-
lished an outreach program
whereby Seminary faculty visits
communities across the country,
bringing to area rabbis an after-
noon of study, and, in the
evening, a public lecture of more
general interest. Last year, a fine
delegation from Beth Shalom
heard Rabbi Joseph Brodie
discuss the Bible as a book for
adults. This was at Congregation
B'nai Israel in St. Petersburg.
The site for this year's com-
munity-wide Seminary outreach
program is Beth Shalom on
Thursday evening, March 8. Our
visiting scholar is Rabbi Neil
Gillman, Associate Provost and
Assistant Professor in Jewish
Philosophy at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. Through 1981,
Rabbi Gillman was Dean of the
Seminary's Rabbinical School.
A native of Quebec City,
Canada, Rabbi Gillman's under-
graduate studies were taken at
McGill University in Montreal,
and his doctorate in philosophy
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the glorious celebration of
the Holiday of Liberation.
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Cantor Irving Rogoff
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Both gone now, Mordecai
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Heschel were two of the most
important Jewish thinkers of the
mid-20th Century, and we have
all been influenced by them.
Comparing and contrasting their
philosophies of Judaism, Rabbi
Gillman will speak on Kaplan and
Heschel: Two Giants of Modern
Jewish Thought.
The lecture is open to the
public. There is no admission
charge. A reception for Rabbi
Gillman in the social hall
beginning at 7:12 p.m. will
e recede his lecture, which will
egin at 8 p.m. in the Beth
Shalom sanctuary. Beth Shalom
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The meeting will be a con-
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The Jewish Floridian ofPinellas County
Friday, February 24,1984
Charles Rutenberg, Federation president enjoys a moment with Sen.
Meuenbaum andReva Kert. Lion ofJudah co-chairman.
Maureen and Stan Rosewater, chairpersons of the
Blue and White Ball receive token of appreciation
from Stan Newmark, campaign chairman.
Enjoying the music are Mavis and Herb Schwartz.
Orin Cohen, Sylvan Orloff and Gordon Saskin enjoy conversation.
Rosa Harris, Gary Gormin and Elaine Gormin partake of some
delicious hors d'oeuvres.
The "hora" always brings a crowd to the dance
floor.
Blue and White Ball
A Spectacular Event
"What a feeling we can have
it all!" That line from the popular
song conveys the mood of
electricity experienced by the
attendees at the 4th annual Blue
and White Ball. A record number
of people, over 270, attended the
Ball, which was under the
dynamic chairmanship of
Maureen and Stan Rosewater
and held at the Richard
Baumgardner Center of the
Performing Arts Center.
North and South County
joined together to show their
faith in Judaism, their love for
Israel and their dedication to
Jewish survival. Guest speaker,
Senator Howard Metzenbaum
(D-Ohio) stirred the audience
with his moving speech, and
urged everyone to join together
to insure Israel's survival.
"Whatever you thougnt ui
contributing here tonight, give
double, because the need is
there," Metzenbaum encouraged.
Following Senator Metzen-
baum's remarks, there were
spontaneous announcements of
contributions. Several men. after
making their own contributions,
stood up to honor their wives by
making them members of the
Lion of Judah. New "Lions" are
Renee Raimi, Joanne Bokor,
Lusia Igel, Diane Green and
Greta Gross.
Attendees at the Ball Included Sidney
Albert, Jeanette Albert, James Amos,
Carol Miller, Ylgal Bander, EUen
Bander, Dr. Arthur Barlls, Lea Barlls,
Rabbi Arthur Baseman Renee
Baseman, Helene Behr, Dr. Philip
Benjamin, Marilyn Benjamin, Eleanor
Berman, EUhu Berman, Susan Berman,
Lillian Beml, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Bershow, Bruce Bokor, Joanne Bokor,
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Alan Bomstein. Stephen Bragin.
Regena Bragin, Rabbi Jan Bresky, Beth
Kresky. Rabbi Kenneth Bromberg,
Johanna Bromberg. Mr and Mrs Gary
Brown. Orin Cohen. Evelyn Rein, Ruth
Dawe, Ronald Diner, Susan Diner.
Charles Ehrlich. Mollie Emple. Jerry
K.-ruk. Joan Esrick, Melvin Eslroff.
Elsie Estroff. Irving Fins. Bea Fins.
William Fleece. Elien Fleece, Robert
Freeman, Sandy Freeman. Stanley
Frelfeld. Loretta Frelleld. Dr. Michael
Gallant, Nancy Gallant, Dr. Gordon
Gilbert, Adele Gilbert.
Also, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph GUIs,
Morton Gold, Marsha Gold, Mr. and
Mrs. William Goldbert. Maurice
Goldblatt, Dorothy Goldblatt, Dr. Paul
Goldenfarb, Sondra Goldenfarb, Mr.
and Mrs. David Goldman, Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Gormin. Dr. Sidney Grau, Lilly
Grau, James Green, Margie Green,
Julius Green, Diane Green, Greta
Gross. Mel Gross, Dr. Lester Green-
berg, Ellsa Greenberg, Harold Haftel,
Rouben Halprtn, Gloria Halprln, David
Halprin, Emanuel Harris, Rosa Harris,
Stanley Hunter, Patricia Hunter,
Stanley Igel, Dr. Stephen Igel, Ronl
Igel, David Jacobs, Richard Jacobson,
Sharyn Jacobson, John Joseph, Marion
Samson-Joseph, Samuel Kallman,
Jeanne Kallman, Dr. Allan Katz,
Marilyn Katz. Daniel Keldan. Barbara
Keldan, Marshall Kent, Reva Kent,
Rabbi Sherman Klrshner, Barbara
Klrahner. Mark Klein. Judy Klein. Dr.
Werner Knurr, Jeril Welnstock, Rabbi
Morris Kobrineut, Belee Kobrlnetz, Dr.
Max Koenlgsberg. Ida Koenlgsberg,
Sam Korones, Miml Korones, Theodore
Kramer, Mary Kramer, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Krug, Richard Lane, Carol Lane,
Dr. Phillip Lerner, Linda Lemer, Mrs.
Chester Levlne, Dr. Morris LeVlne,
Marilyn LeVlne, Jason Leaser, Marsha
Lesser, Dr. Fred Lleberman, Rox
Lleberman, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Llnaky, Walter Loebenberg. Edith
Loebenberg, Julius Lovltx, Phyllis
Lovltz, Rabbi Jacob Luskl, Joanne
Luskl, Bruce Marger, Mary Ann
Merger, Senator Howard Metzenbaum,
Stanley Mlchels. Ida Mlchels, Irwln
Miller. Sonya Miller. Ron Miller. Sheila
Miller. Kill MA Mills, Donna Mills.
Melvin Myers. Barbara Myers. Stanley
Newmark. Enid Newmark. Robert
Norins. Mr. and Mrs. lrwin Novak.
Sylvan Orloff, Jean Orloff, Melvin
Packler, Marlene 1'ackler. Harold
Pawlan, Grace Pawlan. Dr. and Mrs.
Scott Permesley. Joseph Plotnu-k.
Evelyn Plotnick. Rabbi and Mrs Sidney
Rackoff. Manuel Raimi, Renee Raimi.
Dr Michael Rauchway and Audrey
Rauchway.
Including Sidney Rlchman, Eleanor
Richman. Estelle Friedman. Dr. John
Kinde, Tom Rinue. L Robert Kolde.
Roby Bressler. Roger Rolfe. -Sheila
Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs Louis Rosen. Dr
Stanley Rosewater. Maureen
Rosewater. Maurice Rothman. Thelma
Rothman. Dr Howard Rubin. Natalie
Rubin. Leslie Rubin, Bonnie Rubin,
Charles Rutenberg. Isa Rutenberg. Dr.
Gordon Saskin, Helene Raskin, Roger
Schaffer, Bonnie Schaffer. Saul
Schechter, Suzanne Schechter, Alan
Schwartz, Susan Schwartz. Herb Sch-
wartz, Mavis Schwartz, Dr. Joseph Sch
wartz. Sherry Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs
Ed Seeberg, Leonard Seligman. Edie
Seligman, Dr. David Shapiro. Jean
Shapiro. James Shapiro. Jill Shapiro.
Craig Sher, Jan Sher. Dr. and Mrs
Lewis Sher. Dr. Joel Shrager, Miriam
Shruger, Roy Siegle, Betty Slegle. Mark
Silk. Carol Silk. Jane Sllverberg, I-ou
Smith. Sherry Smith. Dr. James Soble.
Ann Soble. Dr. George Stern. Claudia
Stern. Dr Sam Stleglitz. Debbie SUe
gilts, Itabbi David Susskind. BernlO
Suasklnd, Theodore Tench. Pamela
Tench, Nona Tepper. Mr. and Mr-
Burton Toles, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
Weinstock, Hyman Weintraub. Bett>
Weintraub, Irvin Weissman. Marilyn
Welssman, Dr. Fred Wexler, Sharon
Wexler. Samuel Winer, Judith Winer
Ted Wittner. Jean Wittner, Dr. Herb
Wollowick, Jane Wollowick. Dr. David
Wolstein, Elaine Wolsteln, Rabbi and
Mrs. Ira Youdovln. Douglas Zelman.
Beverly Zelman, and Cantor and Mrs
IvrlngZumner.
Jewish Federation Youth
Campaign Purim Party
Volunteers from three Youth
Groups in Northern Pinellas
County are planning a com-
munity-wide celebration for
Purim. This party will be for all
Jewish youth in Pinellas County
The Purim Party will be on
Saturday night, March 17 at 9
p.m. at the Golda Meir Center.
Representatives from each
group are:
Ahavat Shalom: Jamie Jalazo,
Lee Cohen, Elliot Echov, Dave
Krouk and Jeremy Bernstein.
Congregation Beth Shalom: Andi
Kaiser, Juliet Kaiser, Beth
Michelman, Steve Abrams, Matt
Keller, Renee and Caroline
Hoffman, Jennifer Kaplan,
Stefani Newmark, Tracy Sch-
wartz, Glen Weis and Debbie
Rosewater. Advisors are Wayne
Momberg, Arty Hack, and Philip
Seplowe.
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Entertainment is being
provided by former St. Peter-
sburg resident Rick Kriseman, a
student and disc jockey at the
University of Florida in Gain-
sville who will "spin the latest
discs." Hamentashen and other
refreshments will be served.
A working hinch meeting is
being offered Sunday, March 4,
12:30 p.m. for all leadership for
this event at the Golda Men-
Center.
The March 17 event is being
offered by the Jewish Federation
at no charge; however, voluntary
donations will be accepted at the
door or by mail to the Federation
office.
If you have any questions or if
you would like to participate
please call Marcia Pretekin, 461-
0222, at the Golda Meir Center or
the Jewish Federation, 446-1033.


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Rabin To Speak At Israel
Bond Campaign Opener
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
GLORIA WEISSLER
Yitzhak Rabin, Former Prime
Minister of Israel and distin-
guished military leader, will
speak at a dinner reception
hosted by Ruth and Bernard
Zises at their home in Clearwater
on Saturday evening, March 3.
This meeting coincides with
the opening of the 1984 national
Israel Bond Campaign.
Yitzhak Rabin is one of the
major Jewish leaders of our time:
a statesman and soldier who has
played a decisive role in the
creation, establishment, security
of the State of Israel.
In a brilliant career spanning
over four decades, he served as
Prime Minister for three years
and for five critical years he was
Israel's Ambassador to the
, United States. He has strength-
ened the bonds of friendship
between the peoples of our
country and Israel and has won
the respect, admiration and
friendship of us all.
His contributions to his nation
began in 1941 when he joined the
Palmach, a crack unit of the
Haganah. After an outstanding
career as a military officer, he
was Israel's Chief of Staff prior to
and during the Six-Day War.
A sabra utterly devoted to his
country and his people, Mr.
Rabin has travelled the length
and breadth of the United States
speaking in behalf of Israel.
Truly, he has been a soldier on all
fronts, military, diplomatic and
Yitzhak Rabin
national.
Mr. Rabin will analyze the
present situation in the Middle
East.
Ruth and Bernard Zises are
exceptional leaders in their home
community of Manhasset, NY
and long-time supporters of
Israel and Israel Bonds.
Invitations are being mailed to
community leaders in Pinellas
County, Tampa, and Sarasota.
Inquiries should be directed to
the Israel Bond office in Sarasota
at 1-955-9193.
Jewish National Fund
Brings The Israel Ballet
To Tampa Bay
A "delightful mixture of
classical and modern ballet"
with an international flair is
promised when the Jewish
National Fund prsents The Israel
Ballet in a 3 p.m. matinee and 8
p.m. evening performance
Sunday, March 25 at Ruth
F.ckerd Hall. Richard B. Baum-
Kardner Center for the Perform-
ing Arts, Clearwater.
Ticket prices for both benefit
performances are S15.50, S 13.50
Jewish Day
School
Joins PAANS
"t^-. The Pinellas County Jewish
. Day School became a member of
the Pinellas Association of
Academic Non-Public Schools
(PAANS) by a unanimous vote of
its members. This action was
taken at the February meeting of
PAANS. PAANS is an organ-
ization devoted to improving the
quality of education. The organ-
ization disseminates information
of mutual benefit to member
schools. Other member schools
include: The Canterbury School,
Northside Christian School, St.
Petersburg Catholic High School,
and Shorecrest Preparatory
School.
On the state level, the Jewish
Day School has been represented
-- } >, by the Central Agency for Jewish
Education of Miami in the
Florida Association of Academic
Non-Public Schools (FAANS).
The Pinellas County Jewish
Day School is a beneficiary
agency of the Combined Jewish
Appeal of the Pinellas County
Jewish Federation.
seats in the Friends. Patrons and
Benefactors section, from $50
according to Betty Shalett, ticket
chairman.
Additional ticket information
may be obtained from JNF in
Tampa at 876-9327 and the
Performing Arts Center in Clear-
water at 725-1844.
Gloria Weissler, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weissler,
read a biblical portion of the
Torah on her Bat Mitzvah Feb.
18, at B'nai Israel Congregation,
St. Petersburg, Florida.
The celebrant was a student at
Beth Tikvah, at Rockville, Md.
She transferred to B'nai Israel
Talmud Torah approximately one
and a half years ago, and is active
in Kadima.
She attends Azelea Middle
School, where she is in the
seventh grade. Gloria's hobbies
are: Rollerskating, Gymnastics,
and Computers.
Special guests included Mr.
Philip Weissler, Coop City,
Bronx, NY; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Feller, Bethel. NY; Mr. and Mrs.
A. Aronow, L.I., NY; Mr. and
Mrs. H. Syonsky. NY; Mr. and
Mrs. Mickey Thompson Brad-
bery. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Feller, Greensboro. N.C.
JASON WEISS
Jason L. Weiss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Weiss, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Feb. 25 at Temple B'nai Israel in
Clearwater.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple B'nai Israel religious
school and is active in the choir
and Junior Youth group. He
attends Oak Grove Junior High
School, where he is in the 7th
grade. Jason is an Honor student
at Oak Grove, participates in the
band. Builder's Club, the Clear-
water Soccer League and enjoys
football, fishing and computers.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss will host a
reception on Feb. 25 at Spoto's
Restaurant. Special guests will
include Doug Shier from
Clemson, South Carolina; Ruby
and Lil Levine and Sam and Jean
Levine from Cleveland. Ohio.
Ruth and Oscar Pinsof from
Chicago; Nat and Sid Pearlman
from Delray Beach; and
Adrienne and Herb Spindel from
Trumbull, Conn.
LAURIE KANNER
Laurie Kanner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Meni Kanner, will
be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on Feb. 25, at Congre-
gation B'nai Israel in St.
Petersburg.
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She attends Madiera Middle
School, where she is in the 7th
grade. Laurie has danced for
approximately eight years and
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CONGREGATION
B'NAI ISRAEL
St. Petersburg
Sisterhood. Board Meeting on
Feb. 28, at 8 p.m. General
meeting on March 6 at 12:30 p.m.
Meeting to feature an enter-
taining show.
Sunshine Committee. The
newly organized "Sunshine
Committee'* will meet on
Thursday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of this meeting is to
revitalize and reorganize this
important committee. For further
information, call the synagogue
office.
Adult Studies. "Outreach Lec-
ture," featuring Dr. Mayer E.
Rabinowitz, on "The Ordination
of Women," Wednesday, Feb. 29,
at 8 p.m. Admission free.
Consul General
Of Israel To Speak
Yehoshua Trigor, the newly
appointed Consul General of
Israel, will speak at the Sit-Down
Oneg Shabbat At Congregation
B'nai Israel, Friday evening,
March 2. Services begin at 8 p.m.
This will be Mr. Trigor's first
visit to the Tampa-St. Peters-
burg area, so please pass the
word to the entire community.
Participation At Spiffs
The Pauline Rivkind Kol Rina
Choir of Congregation B'nai
Israel will once again participate
in the St. Petersburg Inter-
national Folk Fair on Sunday,
Feb. 26 at approximately 12
noon. The choir will sing several
popular Israeli and Chassidic
songs. Among these will be folk-
songs as well as songs from the
liturgy.
The Adult Choir of Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel will perform at
the Bayfront Center at the St.
Petersburg International Folk
Fair on Sunday, Feb. 26 at ap-
proximately 12:15 p.m. The
choir, although composed of
volunteers, sings with suprising
precision and subtlety. They will
feature an Israeli medley as well
as liturgical music.
CBI Singles
The Singles Bagel Brunch and
Town Meeting on Feb. 12 was a
tremendous success. So much so
that at the brunch another event
was immediately planned. To
coincide with the Consul General
of Israel's visit to St. Petersburg,
all area Jewish Singles are in-
vited to attend a lunch with guest
speaker Yehoshua Trigor, Consul
General of Israel, on Saturday,
March 3, at 1 p.m. Call Congre-
gation B'nai Israel, 381-4900, for
further information.
Singles Shabbat Service
The Pinellas County Board of
Rabbis, with the cooperation of
the Synagogues of Pinellas
County, invite the Jewish Singles
in the Tampa Bay Area to Friday
evening services, March 16, at
9:30 p.m. Temple B'nai Israel,
1685 South Bekher Road in
Clearwater will be hosting this
month's late night single's
Shabbat service, which will be
followed by an oneg shabbat.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Dyckman To Speak
Martin A. Dyckman, chief
editorial writer for the St. Peters-
burg Times, will be guest speaker
at the Brotherhood Breakfast at
Temple Beth-El, 400 Pasadena
Ave. S., Sunday morning, Feb.
26, 10 a.m. Dyckman's topic will
be the Amendment I Contro-
versy.
In his talk he will stress his
viewpoint that Amendment I is
not simply a limitation on taxes
but would cut back all govern-
ment spending almost without
regard for the source of the
money. Dyckman will contend
that if the voters ratify Amend-
ment I, the sale of water systems,
garbage departments and even
schools would have to be contem-
plated.
The price of the breakfast is
$2.50. Members and friends of
Temple Beth-El are welcome.
Sisterhood
The next regular monthly
luncheon meeting of Sisterhood,
which will be held on Wednesday,
March 7, at 12:30 p.m., will
feature an interesting program of
"Costumes Then and Now."
Reservations are required by
March 5.______
Gates Of Prayer
Temple Beth-El, St. Peters-
burg, has initiated its own
version of the standard Reform
prayer-book, Gates Of Prayer, in
an effort to assist those who want
to pray in Hebrew, but who do
not know the Hebrew language.
It is used at Shabbat morning
services, beginning promptly at
10 am.
The book consists of a service
taken from Gates Of Prayer, with
major Hebrew sections trans-
literated into English letters
printed in the margin. The theme
of congregational participation is
reflected also in the Torah ser-
vice, which includes an informal
explanation of the week's portion
followed by questions and wide-
ranging discussion.
CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM
Clearwater
Men's Club
TEMPLE BETH-EL
400 Pasadena Avenue South
St. Petersburg 347-6136
We cordially invite all unaffiliated members of the Pinellas County
Jewish community, their families and friends to join with our
congregation for a gala
PURIM CELEBRATION
Saturday Evening, March 17 at the Temple
7:00 PM Megillah Reading
8:00 PM Purim Gala
Unlimited hamantaschen, Israeli wine,
soft drinks
Israeli folk singing and dancing
Carnival booths for the children
No charge for the Megillah Reading.
$2.50 per person for the Gala. Reservation required.
TEMPLE BETH-EL
Confirm your reservation by enclosing your check, payable to the
Temple for _________________reservations.
Amount enclosed $_____________________
NAME
PHONE
The Men's Club of Congre
gation Beth Shalom of 1325
South Belcher Road, Clearwater,
will have as their guest speaker
at their March 4 Breakfast, The
Israeli Consul from Miami, Mr.
Yehoshua Trigor. Guests are in-
vited. A gourmet breakfast will
be served as always. Donation is
$2.
TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL
Clearwater
The Sisterhood of Temple
B'nai Israel, Clearwater, will run
its annual Rummage Sale on
Sunday, March 4 from 12:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m. and Monday, March 5
from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. There
will be an abundance of fine
clothes, interesting toys and
books, and small household
appliances. Come and avail
yourself of the magnificent
bargains that the Sisterhood is
offering. Ample parking is to be
found in the parking lot at the
rear of the Temple.
Art Show
Temple B'nai Israel is spon-
soring an art show by the Bar-
bara Gillman Gallery of Miami.
The Gillman Gallery will present
a collection of contemporary
Israeli and Judaic art, which will
be exhibited for the first time in
this area on March 14 and 15 in
the social hall of the temple. An
opening champagne reception
will take place Wednesday,
March 14 from 7:30 p.m.
The show will represent artists
such as Agam, Yehudit Shadur,
Aviva Uri, Leah Yerushami,
Michael Grubman and other well
known artists such as Andy
Warhol.
The entire community is in-
vited to share this experience of
nostalgia, tradition and in-
spiration.
Friendship Club
The Sweetheart Party was held
Feb. 9. It wss a huge success. The
entertainment by the "Tooties"
was very enjoyable.
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We look forward to meeting all
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Refreshmens are offered.
HADASSAH
St. Pete
Jewish Education Day
The St. Petersburg Chapter of
Hadassah is sponsoring an
Annual Jewish Education Day on
Wednesday, March 14, 9:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. at the Jewish Com-
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North, in St. Petersburg. Guest
Friday, February 24,1984
speaker will be Rabbi Ira
Youdovin of Temple Beth El in
St. Petersburg. A skit called
"Mothers of Jews" will be seen
CANDLELIGHTING TIMES
March
March 2 6:15 p.m.
March 9 6:19 p.m.
March 16 6:23 p.m.
March 23 6:27 p.m.
March 30 6:31 p.m.
Religious Directory
TEMPLE BETH EL-Reform
400 S. Pasadena Ave., St. Petersburg 33707 Rabbi David
Susskind Rabbi Ira S. Youdovin Friday Evening Sabbath
Services 8 p.m., Saturday Morning Sabbath Service 10 a.m.
Bar-Bat Mitzvah Service 11 a.m. Tel 347-6136.
Congregation BtTH SH0L0M Conservative
1844 54 St., S., St. Petersburg 33707 Rabbi Sidney Rackoff
Sabbath Services: Friday evening at 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.
Tel. 321-3380.
Congregation B'NAI ISRAEL Conservative
301 59 St., N., St. Petersburg 33710 Rabbi Jacob Luski Cantor
Irving Zummer Sabbath Service: Friday evening 8 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.; Monday-Friday 8 a.m.; and
evening Minyan Tel, 381-4900, 381-4901.
Congregation BETH CHAI Conservative
8400 125 St. N., Seminole 33542 Rabbi Sherman P. Kirshner
Sabbath Services: Friday evenings 8 p. m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m.*
Tel. 393-5525.
Congregation BETH SHALOM Conservative
1325 S. Belcher Rd., Clearwater 33516 Rabbi Kenneth
Bromberg Sabbath Services: Friday evening 8 p.m.; Saturday 9
a.m.; Sunday morning Minyan 9a.m. 531 -1418.
TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL Reform
1685 S. Belcher Rd., Clearwater 33516 Rabbi Arthur Baseman
Sabbath Services: Friday evening at 8 p.m.; Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Tel. 531-5829.
TEMPLE AHA VAT SHALOM-Reform
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is directed by Mildred
b. Piano favorites will be by
I. Leizer. Guests are wel-
|For further informatin call
78.
Golda Meir
chapter is sponsoring a
nance of the musical "The
|Are Ringing" on Wednes-
Jarch 28 at 8 p.m. at the St.
Iburg Little Theater, 4025
Bt. South. The donation is
Proceeds go to medical
nent for Hadassah
For tickets, call Vi
ein 866-2127.
Shalom Group
Shalom group of
sah will hold its "Dime
luncheon on Wednesday,
29 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Derby in Madeira Beach.
sion is two Dime Banks
^3. A program is being
to surprise and delight
For reservations please call
3erger, 393-3633.
OUT
West Wind
I fine program will be
|ted for ORT members and
i on Monday, Feb. 27, at 1
ian Wavrek, Docent for
ali Museum in St. Peters-
I will share his artistic ex-
on Salvador Dali's
Is works of art. Come see,
enjoy, and learn!
meeting will be held at
ae Federal Community
655 South Belcher Road,
vater. Included: General
;. and Refreshments.
Clearwater
Clearwater Chapter of
will be holding its annual
on show on Monday, Feb. 27
|30 p.m. at the Bon Appetit
lurant in Dunedin. Fahsions
pe presented by "The Added
of Tyrone Square Mall." A
1 event this year will be a
end door prize. Each ticket
base will entitle the bearer to
knee at a weekend at a sur-
locaton. Donation is $11
reservations must be made
eb. 24. Please call 535-6165
i>-;(963.
|e next meeting of the Clear-
Chapter of ORT will be
nesday, March 16. It will be
)KT Day Celebration as the
le "Nothing But The Best"
will be shown. Latin American I
refreshments will be served as the*
movie depicts the ORT schools in
Latin America.
For information as to the
meeting location, please call 725-
1781.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
Suncoast Chapter
Continuing the momentum of
cultural events sponsored by the
Suncoast Chapter of Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee, please note this
latest calendar unveils as: "The
Mystery of Evil: An Exploration
of the Concerts of Evil in the
History of Man." Offered as part
of the Art-on-Wheels Series,
Betty Marlin will lecture along
with a slide presentation with
music, followed by a discussion
on personal philosophies and
ways of coping. Mark the date
and time, Monday, Feb. 27, at 2
p.m. at the Clearwater Campus of
St. Petersburg Junior College, in
the multi-purpose room of the Li-
brary Building.
The next program of the Art-
on-Wheels Series is a tour of
Picasso Aquatints, lectured by
Lynne Brown, accompanied with
slide illustrations. This event
takes place at the Museum of
Fine Arts, St. Petersburg,
Thursday, March 8, at 10 a.m.
Both programs require reser-
vations. Please call Kay Nuss-
baum, 596-4532 or Joyce Weiss-
man, 397-5928.
The Saturday Evening series
announces a delightful surprise
return visit of Professor Gerald
Bernstein of the Fine Arts De-
partment of Brandeis University,
March 10 at 7:30 p.m.
His timely topic, "American
Synagogue Architecture," spans
a period of two hundred years of
the Jewish house of worship.
Professor Bernstein is remem-
bered locally for his lecture last
year entitled "Reflections in the
Mirror." This program will be
presented at the Golda Meir
Center.
The $5 admission charge in-
cludes the lecture, refreshments,
and five handsome all-occasion
cards specially printed for
Brandeis fund-raising. Call Clara
Zunder, 797-7620 or Joyce
Weissman, 397-5928 for reser-
vations.
A novel evening of theatre
awaits you when you attend,
"Hot L Baltimore," the original
television play, with a cast of 15
unusual characters'. The comedy
develops when the motley group
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of residents receive an eviction
Notice. The performance,
scheduled for Thursday evening,
March 22, co-incides with Cast
Night, when audience and cast
meet and greet after the play.
This event is staged at the
American stage Company,
located in downtown St. Peters-
burg. Tickets are $8 and may be
purchased from Natalie Mayzelle,
397-5835, or Joyce Weissman,
397-5928.
Wanted: Urgent need for all
types of your used books, paper-
backs, hard covers, text books,
any and all subject matter! The
Book Sale is scheduled for Friday
and Saturday, Mach 23 and 24,
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The sale is
being run in conjunction with the
Coffee House Book Shop in
Loehman Plaza.
A collection drop-off point is
the Golda Meir Library, call
Rosalie Moshenberg, 061-0222 for
further information. Need a pick-
up for your book donation?
Please call Rosalie Cohn, 796-
7303, or Clara Zunder, 797-7029.
GOLDA MEIR
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
Calendar Of Events
A video movie will be shown on
Monday, Feb. 27 by our movie
maker Charles Slesser.
On Monday, March 5 the
nominating committee will
present a slate of officers to the
membership. We will also have
nomination of officers to be
elected at our April 6 meeting.
Monday, March 12 we will
have a social with cards and
games of your choice.
Keep in mind Monday, March
19. A Purim Party and volunteer
recognition is being planned by
the Golda Meir Center for that
afternoon. More details will be
forthcoming.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Abe Ader Post 246
March Calendar
Feb. 26, Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
Breakfast meeting, Post and
Auxiliary at JCC, 8167 Elbow
Lane, St. Petersurg. Guest
Speaker, Mr. Jerry Coleman
Sheriff of Pinellas County. Guest
Gulf Coast County Auxiliary
President Minnie Posner.
March 7, Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Regular meeting, Post and Aux
iliary at JCC.
March 10, Saturday, 7 p.m. To
Celebrate Purim: A Kosher
Chinese Dinner and dance, spon-
sored by the JWV and the JCC.
Donation $7.50 per person. Both
organizations will share in this
joyous festivity.
For reservations and informa-
tion please call Bessie Grus-
mark at 343-7338; Mollie Avery
at 391-4416; Rae Greenberg at
344-3012; Helene Lesser at 323-
4981.
March 18, Sunday, Bay Pines
Games 2:30 p.m. and Monte
Carlo 7 p.m.
March 25, Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
Breakfast meeting at JCC. Guest
Speaker Gerald J. Buchert,
Director, Office on Aging, St.
Petersburg.
Benjamin Wisotzky, Public
Relations Officer, Editor of Post
Observer and JCC Centerama.
867-0740.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Clearwater
The next meeting of the Clear-
water Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will be Tuesday, Feb. 28
at 8 p.m. at the Golda Meir
Center, 302 S. Jupiter, Clear-
water. The speaker will be Dr.
Florence Frain, from the Horizon
Hospital Pain Clinic and she will
discuss pain management.
Hadassah Youth Aliyah Honors 5
\
St. Petersburg Chapter of
Hadassah will be celebrating
Youth Aliyah's Golden Jubilee
Anniversary, Sunday, March, 4
at Spotos Restaurant. Youth
Aliyah is a project of Hadassah,
the Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
In celebration of this special
anniversary, the women of the St.
Petersburg Hadassah are
honoring five St. Petersburg
residents who exemplify the work
of Youth Aliyah in their total
commitment to the welfare of
children in our very own commu-
nity. Those honored at the 11
a.m. brunch at Spotos Restau-
rant will be Dr. Allyn Giffen,
pediatrician, for his dedication to
the health of children and his
efforts in the development of the
Science Center; Bert Mueller,
president of PARC for his total
commitment to the welfare of
retarded children; Helen
Hithersay, director of SPIFFS
folk dancing, for her endeavors to
foster the preservation of cultural
identity and ethnic pride in the
children of our community;
Barbara Finck, MA, consultant
is early childhod education-
Pinellas County License Board,
for her work insuring guality
education for our children in
schools and day care centers; and
the Honorable James T. Russell.
Pinellas- Pasco State Attorney for
his work in the field of social
justice and prevention of
delinquency in children.
Rivy Chapman, president of
the St. Petersburg Chapter of
Hadassah. Chairing the event are
Marilyn LeVine and Adele
Morris. For further information,
please call Beverly Sherman, 343-
2079.
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The Jewish Floridian ofPinellas County
Friday, February 24,1984
Jewish Community Center of Pinellas County
8167 ELBOW LANE NORTH ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 33716 PH. 813/344-5795
JCC Announces New Children's
Program Coordinator
TheJewish Community Center
of Pinellas County is pleased to
announce the addition of Mrs.
Sue Ann Johnston to its staff.
Sue Ann's duties will include
coordinating of all children's
programs, mini camps, before-
after school care, playgroup and
arts classes.
Sue has a fine background in
this field and recently taught in
the day nursery at Temple Beth
El. Her hobbies include basketry,
bicycling and other outdoor
activities.
Playgroup
Playgroup
February, so far, has been a
busy month for the JCC Play-
group. The enrollment has in-
creased with an additional four
new members. I would like to
welcome Sara Alpert, Adam
Person, and David Levitt to the
Mini-Playgroup and Michael
Freeman to Playgroup. All four
new children are participating in
the Lunch Bunch program on
their designated days. Sarah
Mokotoff, Amy Greenberg, Erin
and Kristin Roth are also regular
Lunch Bunchers while Erica
Greenberg, Whitney Harper,
Ann Marie Foster, Sarah Ramsey
and Michael Barnes are oc-
casional Lunch Bunchers.
The children are having lots of
fun at Playgroup this month.
Among their art activities are
water color painting, sponge dip
painting, and the creation of
'Homemade Playdough."
There are quite a few openings
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Fridays for Playgroup-age
children. For further information
and a Free One Day Visit, call the
JCC at 344-5795.
JCC Flea Market
The Jewish Community Center
held their first Bi-annual Flea
Market on Sunday, Feb. 5. The
Flea Market was a very success-
ful fund raiser and the JCC has
decided to hold a Flea Market
twice a year. The next Flea
Market is planned for late Fall.
Please keep us in mind when
you are doing your Spring
Cleaning this year. The JCC
wishes to thank everyone who
contributed articles for our sale
and the many wonderful hard
working volunteers who helped
on the day of the sale.
SPIFFS
SPIFFS, St. Petersburg
International Folk Festival, will
be held on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, Feb. 24-26. The Folk
Festival is held at the Bay Front
Center in downtown St. Peter-
sburg.
The JCC is sponsoring the
Israeli Booths, including refresh-
ments and arts and crafts. JCC
Organizers include Lenore Pearl,
Joe Charles and Drew Lucido.
Senior Friendship Club
The Senior Friendship Club
held their annual new members
party on Thursday, Feb. 9. All
the new members in the club were
honored at this special afternoon
party. "Consider Yourself Part of
The.Family," was the theme song
of the day. Delicious refresh-
ments were served and delightful
entertainment was provided.
Center
MARC1A J. PRETEKIN, MSW
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
302 South Jupiter, Clearwater, Florida 33515
BOOK ENDS -
FORBOREDOM
These books are sure to cure
ennui: Berlin Game by Len
Deighton ... A gripping novel of
espionage, love and betrayal. .
A uerbach Will by Stephen
Birmingham This is the story
of a wealthy matriarch's at-
tempts to guard her family's
scandalous past.
Read or reread 1984 by
George Orwell.
The 36 Hour Day by Nancy
Mace and Peter V. Rabins, MD.
The Golda Meir Library is staffed
10 am -2 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Books and records are available
for circulation. Come and see the
selection available.
GLEZELE TEY
Wednesday. March 14
Mark your calendar. You have
a special treat in store for you as
the Glezele Tey program features
Jack Ross. Jack Ross, singer and
actor, has been associated with
radio and TV in Chicago, III. His
career includes programs for
commercials, movies, and
records. He has also appeared in
nightclubs, theaters, and state
fairs throughout the Midwest
and New York City.
Since 1979, Jack has been
working in Florida in commer-
cials and films for condos and
hotels.
As usual, a glezele tey and a
gibaktz will be served as a des-
sert.
EVERYONE CAN HELP!
Your S & H stamps 1 Van.
Please save your S & H Green
Stamps and bring them to the
Golda Meir Center. There will be
a special glass receptacle
available in the Library for their
deposit. Stamp by stamp, with
concerted cooperative effort, all
these stamps can be turned into a
van. You and your stamps are
needed.
COMING ATTRACTIONS
Special occasion Monday,
March 19 All-in-one Purim
Party, volunteers recognition,
friendship club.
ATTENTION
ALL TEENS:
SAT Preparation Course
An SAT preparation course for
the May 5 test will be offered at
the Golda Meir Center beginning
March 7 or 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. The
tutors are certified teachers from
the Pinellas County School
System and the program will be
supervised by Mrs. Beverly
Powell from the Center for
Psychology and Educational
Services. The test preparation
lasts six weeks and includes one
hour of match and one hour of
English each week at the Golda
Meir Center with approximately
four hours of assigned homework.
The book to be purchased by the
students for the course is
COMING EVENTS
March 1 (Thursday) Golden
Circle Party at the Senior Friend-
ship Club 1 p.m.
March 8 Senior Friendship
Club's 26 Anniversary Luncheon,
to be held at the Dolphin Beach
Resort, St. Petersburg Beach.
LOOK WHO'S COMING
TO CAMP!!!
Howard Cohen, Pamela Cohen,
Daniel Schwartz, Sara Alpert,
Jeffrey Schwartz, John Josey,
Alison Englander, Jacob Nail,
Jonathan Warner.
Sixth Annual Community Purim
Carnival
Sunday, March 11,1-4 p.m.
Our Purim Carnival at the
Jewish Community Center of
813-461-0222
Barren's "How to Prepare for the
Scholastic Aptitude Test."
The students applying must
have completed Algebra I and
Geometry. We also would request
an unofficial transcript of your
school work brought to the first
tutoring session.
The fee for the six week course
is $215 payable by March 5. Mrs.
Beverly Powell may be contacted
for further information: tele-
phone 441-4579.
Registration forms may be ob-
tained from the Golda Meir
Center or Mrs. Powell's office:
901 N. Hercules Ave., Clear-
water, Suite G.
NEIGHBORLY
SENIOR SERVICES
Blood Pressure 10 a.m.
every second Wednesday of each
month. Exercise with Billie every
Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. Sing-a-
Long with Mildred Lewis every
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. Games
every Thursday at 11 a.m. Line
Dancing every Friday with
Mildred Lewis at 11 a.m.
For information about meals
and transportation plese call
Gloria Knight at 446-4422.
THANK YOU
"Life Extension"
Volunteers
Rosalie Moshenberg, Rivian
Morris, Ann Blatt, Isabel Schus-
terman, Curt Meyer, Harold
Shevelenco. Harry Schwartz, Ida
Lee for their coordinating, baking
and publicity efforts.
Pinellas County on Sunday,
March 11, will include contests,
games of skill, door prizes,-
dunking booth, and a variety of
foods including cotton candy,
popcorn, soda, candy, knishes,
hot dogs, and hamentashen. A >
special room with large screen TV
will be set up for use by parents
who may find the festivities too
much for them!
A special costume parade and
judging will be held at 2:30 p.m.
with prizes for winners in each
category and all participants, as
well.
The Purim Carnival follows the
practice of Mishload Manot
(Sending gifts). All the income
raised at the Purim Carnival will
be used for our Camp Kadima_
Scholarship Fund.
Admission to the Carnival is
free and there are lots of acti-
vities for everyone from two to
92! We look forward to seeing
you at this happy celebration of
the Festival of Purim.
Purim Carnival.
Jews Reported Intermarrying
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) There are
only about 33,000 Jews living in
all of West Germany and West
Berlin, and a large proportion of
them are elderly. But the problem
of intermarriage has become a
major concern of the Jewish
community, according to the
Juedischer Pressedienst, a
publication of the Central Council
of Jews in West Germany.
The issue has been discussed
by the Council and at a recent
seminar for youths in Stuttgart
which drew about 120 parti-
cipants. According to official
statistics, two-thirds of the Jews
in Germany who married lasf/*l
year were wed to a non-Jewish
spouse.
Most ol the participants at the
seminar said they were married
to a non-Ji'w. previously married
to a non-Jew or intended to take a
non-Jewish spouse. For them the
outstanding problem was how U>
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