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Volume 5-Number 7
OfPinellas County
St. Petersburg, Florida Friday, April 6,1984
C Frtd Shochit
Price 35 Cents
Invitations Out For
May 2 Community Dinner
b/r.

Invitations to the May 2 Com-
munity Campaign Dinner are
being mailed out now to every
Jewish family in Pinellas County,
according to Dinner Chairman
Marvin Feldman.
The Dinner, to be held
Wednesday evening. May 2 at
Spoto's Restaurant in Seminole,
will be open to all contributors of
$100 or more to the 1984 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign of
the Jewish Federation of Pinellas
County. Rabbi Ira Youdovin of
Temple Beth El will be the
keynote speaker.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
is the annual fundraising cam-
paign of the Jewish Federation of
Pinellas County on behalf of Jew-
ish needs here, in Israel and
around the world. The campaign
supports the United Jewish
Appeal as well as local agencies
and services, including the Jew-
ish Community Center, the Jew-
ish Day School and Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Service.
Holocaust Remembrance Slated
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The Pinellas County Board of
Rabbis in conjunction with the
synagogues and temples of
Pinellas County proudly will
sponsor a "Yom Ha Shoah Vehag
Gevarah Ex-Holocaust
Commemoration and Redemp-
tion Service" at Temple Beth El,
Pasadena Avenue, St. Peters-
burg, Sunday, April 29th at 8
p.m.
The program will beh high-
lighted by remebrances from the
Children of Holocaust Survivor
Group. Members of all syna-
gogues will also participate in
this special service. Yiskor
memorial candles will be distri-
buted to whomever wishes to
remember the six million in this
manner.
The entire community is in-
vited. There are no entrance fees
or fund-raising.
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For Baptist
Jewish Was the Only Way
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, shown leading a tree planting
ceremony in the Jewish National Fund's American Independence Park
near Jerusalem, paid tribute to the late Senator Henry Jackson at
JNF's All-Day National Conference April I at the Grand Hyatt Hotel,
New York. The other principal speakers were Yitzhak Rabin, former
Prime Minister of Israel, and Meir Rosenne, Israel's Ambassador to
the United States. For further information, call (212) 879-9300.
In Chile
Former Senator's Charges
Against Jews Denounced
SANTIAGO (JTA) The Chilean Jewish
community has sharply denounced the charges made by a
former Senator that Jews were responsible for the
economic ruin of the country, the World Jewish Congress
reports.
The former Senator, Armando Jaramillo Lyon,
levelled the charge during a radio program caUed upen
Dialogue" in which the political situation in the country
was being debated. Remarking on the desperate state ot
the economy, he declared:
"Why should we not say that this is due to a plan
implemented by Jews, too, and it is they who, at this
moment, are actively promoting a whole economic process
which has apparently led to the destruction and ex-
termination of our country's economy.
In a swift response, theComiteRepresentativode las
Entidades Judias de Chile, the representative body of
Chilean Jewry and the WJCongress *******
published a denunciation of this SftSSJJt
citement." The statement was signed by Dr. Werner Apt,
president of the Comite, and Hernan Fischman, secretary-
general.
Solution Is Repentance
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Israel's two chief rabbis have
proposed a solution for the
nation's problems. In advertise-
ments published in the daily
press, they appealed for special
prayers to end drought, road
accidents and disflww.
Borrowing from the Yom
Kippur liturgy "Repentance,
Prayer and Charity can avert the
evil decree" the Chief Rabbis
declared: "In the wake of events
recently witnessed in our
country, we now suffer drought,
the scourge of road accidents, an
increase in serioius disease
unseen in generations, senseless
hatred, dissension and out-
rageous desecration of the
Sabbath."
JERUSALEM The
Baal Shem Tov, founder of
the Hasidic movement,
once wrote, "The world is
new to us every morning
this is God's gift; and every
man should believe he Is
reborn each day."
For Dr. John Davidson,
presently a first-year rabbinic
student at Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Jerusalem, these
words hold special meaning. Born
in Beaumont, Tex., into a family
of pious Baptists, "proud East
Texas mongrel stock whose Bible
began with Matthew and whose
year began at Easter," he ex-
plains. Dr. Davidson is a Jew by
choice whose commitment has led
him into the world of rabbinics at
HUC.
DR. DAVIDSON remembers a
happy childhood in East Texas.
His father, a mechanical
engineer, and his mother, a home
economics teacher, were both
part-time musicians at their
church. He completed high school
in 1971 as valedictorian. National
Merit Scholar and student body
president, and then entered
Baylor University in Waco, Tex.,
"a city of Baptists, chicken-fried
steak and the Brazos Queen."
It was at Baylor that Dr.
Davidson, a religion major, read
"The Essence of Judaism" and
"This People Israel" by Dr. Leo
Baeck, leader of German Jewry
during the Nazi era, and was
taught by his professors "that
above all else, our task is to
struggle with God." Thus, "this
congenial Baptist began the
transformation into a Jew by
choice," he reveals.
After receiving his BA degree
magna cum laude, in 1975, Dr.
Davidson moved to Houston to
attend Baylor College of
Medicine. While "delivering 50 or
so babies, assisting at dozens and
dozens of coronary by-passes and
listening to innumerable patients
describe the relentless progress of
their chronic diseases," he also
continued his study of Judaism,
attended services at Congrega-
tion Beth Israel and maried a
"childhood friend of heart and
For Him to Go
mind." On November 30, 1979,
following his graduation from
medical school, Dr. Davidson,
together with his wife, formally
converted to Judaism under the
guidance of Rabbi Hyman Judah
Schachtel, a 1931 graduate of
Hebrew Union College, rabbi-
emeritus of Beth Israel.
"HE CAME to me," Rabbi
Schachtel relates, "already
convinced he wanted to become a
Jew. His own search for the
spiritual approach to life and
man's attitude toward God led
him to Judaism."
After completing medical
school, Dr. Davidson spent three
years as a professor at the
University of Texas Nursing
School, teaching physiology and
anatomy. This was followed by a
medical internship at the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati's teaching
hospital, during which he decided
to apply to Hebrew Union
College.
"I haave no tolerance for
remaining as ignorant as I
presently am regarding Jewish
sources and ritual," Dr.
Davidson says in explaining his
decision to enter HUC. "Judaism
is not for me a congenital conve-
nience. Everything is new, espe-
cially in ritual and observance."
Like all first-year rabbinic
students at the Jerusalem
School, Dr. Davidson is con-
centrating on mastering the
Hebrew language. Norma
Davidson is attending a
municipal ulpan, singing in the
HUC choir and "generally
keeping us both sane."
LOOKING BACK now, what
compelled the Davidsons to
choose Judaism? "We are first
Jews because it 'feels' right," he
explains. "We all become or
remain Jewish because we expe-
rience a largely unconscious
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Pag 2 The Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County / Friday, April 6,1984
From The Rabbis Desk
By RABBI JACOB LUSKI
Some of us can still remember,
I'll bet, when newspaper items
about Jewish subjects were so
rare that when you saw some-
thing, you called your friend. In
this day, a newspaper edition
without two articles on Israel,
one on Soviet Jewry, and a couple
on domestic Jewish matters is
hard to imagine radio and TV,
general reporting and fiction,
books and magazines. Jews are
news!
All this raises Jewish cons-
ciousness. Threaten Jews in
Russia and we all send telegrams
to Washington. Vote Zionism
equal to Racism and we will pin
on blue and white buttons. We
can protest, petition, parade and
pay our minutes' notice.
That's why I find it so
frustrating to see the poverty of
Jewish feeling in the young
people who grow up in our homes.
The post religious school condi-
tion is a state of neutral non-
beligerency. I know that at one
end there are some deeply
committed and serious students.
I know. too. at the other end the
seriously hostile. I'm talking
about the large middle ground to
whom Israel is a country and
Hebrew is a foreign language.
Shabbat is absolutely Saturday
and Kashrut is quaintly dated.
Intermarriage is a subject for
intellectual discussion in the den
over drinks or it is better
avoided all together.
So in my frustration. I tum
around to look at us again our
lifestyle. And it is easy to become
frightened. Take away parents
and grandparents born in
Europe. Subtract our childhood
exposure to Yiddish. Remove the
experience of growing up during
the Holocaust. Isn't that where
our kids are now? We are left
with Friday night that's only
better than the other nights of
tho week btownn tit* nont
morning you can sleep late. Our
kitchens are no more quaint than
any others' on the block. Please
tell me I am wrong or I can
conclude that the ideal and goal
of our encounter with the classy
side of America is to become
"classy Americans." See what
follows.
Someone just told me about a
"Jewish Consciousness Raising"
group that met in our commu-
nity. According to my report,
about 15 people spent a day
together with leaders to
explore their Jewish feelings. The
first exercise was a question of
preference in an imaginary situa-
tion. Whom would you prefer to
see your daughter marry? Four
Bar/Bat
Mitzvah
ERIC WEINSTOCK
Eric Weinstock, son of Dr.
Stephen Weinstock and Mrs.
Jeril Weinstock, was called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
March 31 at Temple B'nai Israel.
The celebrant is a student in
the B'nai Israel Hebrew School
and is active in the Temple's
Youth Group. He attends
Shorecrest Junior High School,
where he is in the 7th grade. Eric
is on the high honor roll, enjoys
soccer and is interested in
computers.
Dr. Stephen Weinstock and
Mrs. Jeril Weinstock hosted a
reception on March 31 at the
Belleview Biltmore Hotel.
Rabbi Jacob Luski
choices: a Harvard Law School
student who is Unitarian; an
Orthodox Jewish businessman; a
leftist college instructor who no
longer considers himself a Jew;
an Israeli? The majority of the
group voted for the first.
I can't think of a better time
for Jewish Consciousness Raising
than Passover. Your family is as
together as it ever will be and
there are symbols and expe-
riences that plead for explication
and discussion. See how you and
your children feel about who you
are. You might even tell them
about this column.
From my home to yours, with
shared concern and ever hopeful
hearts, may this Pesah bring
resolution to our uncertainty and
affirmation of ourselves. Hag
Sameah.
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Join The Pinellas Go. UJA Mission to Israel Oct. 21-31
Find yourself:
Walking in the paths of Jewish
destiny
Touching your heritage .
Knowing tragedy and
triumph
Feeling the vitality of the
Land
Embracing rejoicing -
belonging.
The Difference is in What You
Get
On all other trips to Israel you
Jerusalem
Bills Advance
Congressional support grew for
legislation to move the American
embassy in Israel to Jerusalem,
while Administration opposition
hardened. Thirty-seven Senators
and 187 Representatives have
sponsored legislation that would
require moving the embassy from
Tel Aviv to Israel's capital.
Secretary of State George
Shultz in a March 5 letter to key
members of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee said that "a
move of our embassy would
certainly fan Islamic extremism,
possibly inciting a wave of
violence against our citizens,
diplomats and installations in the
region."
President Reagan reportedly
has told House Minority Leader
Rep. Robert H. Michael (R-Ill.) to
discourage House Republicans
from supporting the legislation,
which is identical to the Senate
bill.
Sponsors of S2031 introduced
by Representatives Tom Lantos
and Benjamin Gilman in the
House of Representatives in-
clude: Michael Bilirakis (R-Fla.).
Bill Chappell (D-Fla.), Dante
Fascell (D-Fla.), Earl Hutto |D-
Fla.), William Lehman (D-Fla.),
Tom Lewis (R-Fla.), Dan Mica
(D-Fla.), Bill Nelson (D-Fla), E.
Clay Shaw (R-Fla.) and Larry
Smith (D-Fla.).
(Courtesy of the
Near East Report)
go as a tourist. You may ac-
cumulate souvenirs and miles of
film showing alleys and desert
vistas dotted with camels. In the
final analysis, maybe you had a
better vacation than last year
when you went to the islands.
Next year you may go to Scan-
dinavia .
The Pinellas County Mission
experience will give you much
more: discovery, revelation, a
sense of self. It is an opportunity
to see for yourself what has been
accomplished by the Jewish
people when their energy and
resources are used fully and
creatively. It is an opportunity to
touch not cold stones, but warm
hearts ... an opportunity to
encounter the reality of life in
Israel today.
You're going to witness a
modern democratic nation
function. Your perspective will be
through the eyes of its citizens
and its top leaders in govern-
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arts, sciences, social welfare
agencies. When you stand on the
Mount of Olives and witness the
panorama of Jerusalem spread at
your feet, you will see in your
mind's eye Israeli children in new
schools, Russian immigrants
being welcomed at absorption
centers and Jews from every
corner of the globe merged into a
magical unity, informed by a
sense of home, which you will
share. You'll return renewed and
inspired as a human being and as
a Jew.
And In What You Give .
Everyone who goes on the
Pinellas County Mission to Israel
will be afforded the opportunity
to make his or her pledge to the
annual Federation campaign.
You will fly El Al the airline
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You are, after all, going as a Jew,
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The all-inclusive cost of the
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psychological and spiritual
wholeness as praying, observant
members of the Jewish commu-
nity that we do not experience
elsewhere.
"Secondly." he continues, "we
claim Judaism again and again
because beyond the psycho-
logical, spiritual voids that it
may fill in our psyches, it also
engages us in a most conscious
and intellectual way. We find it
to be a fascinating way of seeing
and being in the world."
Dutch Decline
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
The Netherlands government will
not prosecute Nazi war criminal
Klaus Barbie who was active in
the Gestapo in German occupied
Holland in 1940-41, Justice
Minister Korthals Altes told
Parliament.
Replying to questions, Altes
said there was insufficient
evidence to bring war crimes
charges against Barbie. He is
known to have worked for the SS
in The Hague and in Amsterdam
during the latter part of 1940 and
the first six months of 1941,
before he was posted to France
where he became Gestapo chief in
Lyon.
Rumanian Wins
TEL AVIV (JTA) Sando
Giorgio of Rumania won the 42.1
kilometer main event in the
fourth annual Tel Aviv
marathon, a Purim contest spon-
sored by the Hapoel Sports Club
here. There were 320 entrants, in-
cluding visitors from 15 countries
competing in the race.
Cancer Grants Slated
NEW YORK (JTA) More
than $500,000 in grants to
support innovative cancer
research bv Israel's foremost
young physicians and scientists
will be awarded by the Israel
Cancer Research Fund at the
annual allocations meeting of its
scientific review panel in New
York March 29, according to Dr.
Daniel Miller, ICRF president.
Immersed in his studies in
Jerusalem, Dr. Davidson has no
quick answers regarding his
future as either rabbi or
physician. "The question is not
what I am going to do." he says.
"The Question is who I am going tney wui see in tne lives of their
to be Hopefully," he adds, "I parents the importance of every
will first be a literate Jewish individuals struggle to know
father and husband whose
children have his stubbornness of
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Pinellas County Jewish Day School
with Grandpa and
at the Jewish Day
Children of Pauline Rivkind
Pre-School Give Shalach Manot
I The children of the Pauline
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to distribute to the children and
their families who might
otherwise not be able to celebrate
Purim.
Many thanks to their teacher,
Beverly Sherman and to all of the
youngsters, the Queen Esthers
and Mordicais, for remembering,
caring and giving.
Passover
Grandma
School
An inter-generational model
seder will be held at Menorah
Center on Thursday, April 12, at
10:45 a.m. This seder is lor
student s at the Pinellas County
Jewish Day School, Menorah
Center residents and participants
in Kosher Congregant Dining.
The students will conduct a
traditional Passover seder.
Arab Mayor,
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Khalaf was always free to go
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said he was notified by the civil
administration that his con-
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He and his lawyer insisted that
the ex-mayor was under verbal
orders not to leave Jericho and
that according to military
regulations a verbal order is as
valid as a written one.
"In the past two years, I was
confined to my town. Nobody
was allowed to visit me, and
sometimes I was under house
arrest, not town arrest," Khalaf
told reporters.
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seder, the students prepared
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staff. The answers to many of
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Congregations/Organizations Events
TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL
Clearwater
Sisterhood
The April 10 meeting of the
Sisterhood of Temple B'nai
Israel, 1685 S. Belcher Rd. is an
important one. Rabbi Arthur I.
Baseman will speak on "Modem
Hannahs." There will also be an
election of officers for the coming
year.
Luncheon will be served at
11:30 a.m. The Rabbi will speak
after lunch and the election will
be held thereafter. Join us for an
enjoyable and interesting after-
noon. For reservations call Selma
Lan gen thai at 796-7429.
CONGREGATION
BETH SHOLOM
Gulfport
A traditional Passover Seder
will be held on Monday, April 16,
at 6 p.m. at Congregation Beth
Sholom, 1844 54th Street, South,
Gulfport. Rabbi Rackoff will
officiate. Members, $14; guests,
$16; children, $13. For reser-
vations, please mail your pay-
ment to either Harry Rothstein,
6075 Shore Blvd., South, No. 210,
Gulfport, FL 33707, telephone
number 381-8457, or Herman
Robitshek, 6020 Shore Blvd.,
South, No. 1001, Gulfport, FL
33707, telephone number 345-
6319. Reservations should be
made by April 4.
Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Sholom, 1844 54th Street,
South, Gulfport will hold its
annual donor luncheon under the
chairmanship of Greta Green-
baum. at the Country Dinner
Playhouse, Gateway Mall on
Wednesday, April 11. The doors
will open at 11:30 a.m., lunch
served at 12 p.m., and the show
will start at 1:15 p.m. The play is
"The Teahouse of the August
Moon."
Men's Club of Congregation
Beth Sholom, 1844 54th Street,
.-xiutn. uuirporc, wui now its
paid-up membership luncheon on
Sunday, April 8 at 12 noon. A
delectable full course luncheon
will be served and a social period
plus raffles will follow. No charge
for paid-up members. $3 for wives
and ot'iers.
TEMPLE
AHAVAT SHALOM
Club News
April 10 Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
at Temple Ahavat Shalom Card
and Game Party refreshments.
RSVP 785-8943 members and
guests welcome.
April 14 Saturday 9:30 to
10:30 a.m. Learn Seder prepa-
ration.
April 14 Saturday 10:30
a.m. Frank Weaner Religious
School will host a model Seder.
April 28 Saturday 6:30 p.m.
$2 donation. Sales and service
auction. Wine and hors d'oeuvres
will be served at 6:30 p.m. and
new and exciting items will be
auctioned beginning 8 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El has instituted
a new feature that will appear
regularly in its bi-weekly temple
bulletin, The Scroll.
Entitled What's Happening?,
the series will contain brief
summaries of events of Jewish
interest, nationally and inter-
nationally. Material will be
gathered from the daily newsbul-
letin of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, mailings from national
organizations, the Hebrew and
English Israeli press, and ad-
visories sent by the Tampa office
of the Anti-Defamation League
and the Community Relations
Council of the Pinellas County
Jewish Federation.
The purpose of What's Hap-
pening is to make the commu-
nity more knowledgeable of
events in the larger Jewish world,
and to alert them when letters
and telegrams to key officials
may be required.
CONGREGATION
B'NAI ISRAEL
St. Petersburg
Calendar of Events
Alef-Bet Class Family Lunch-
eon. The children of the Alef and
Bet classes of the Pauline Riv-
kind Talmud Torah will be par-
ticipating in the Shabbat mor-
ning service, to be followed by a
luncheon of the Alef and Bet
class students, parents and
it-m-iiei, on Saturday, April 7.
Jewish Theological Seminary
Brunch. Thelma and Jerry Gil-
bert are the honorees at the
Jewish Theological Seminary
Brunch, Sunday, April 8, at
10:30 a.m. The Guest speaker
will be Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-
berg, the imminent Vice Chancel-
lor of the Seminary. Covert $7.50
per person.
Family Shabbat Service. The
Family Shabbat service for April
at Congregation B'nai Israel will
be held Friday, April 13. Services
will begin at 8 p.m. The children
of the Kol Rina Choir will be
singing and the theme for the
evening is "Teacher Appreciation
Night." All of our teachers will be
honored that evening:
Pauline Rivkind Preschool:
Beverly Sherman, Head Teacher;
Kitty Moredo, Lynn Watson,
Sylvia Maddelina.
Pauline Rivkind Talmud
Torah: Mona Goldheld, Ellen
Bander, Judy Gordon, Helen
Strait, Helen Wertel, Claudette
Kobin, Harriet Stein, Vera
Yahav, Carol Bettman.
Hebrew High School: Dr. Bar-
nett Stein, Jane Silverberg, Bill
Hirsch, Tom Silverberg, Gus
Barshefsky, Mark Silk.
Adult Education: Lou Rosen.
Lunch with the Rabbi. The
next scheduled "Lunch With the
Rabbi" will be Wednesday, April
11, at 12 noon at the Fish House.
Call the synagogue office with
your reservation.
PASSOVER SCHEDULE
Model Seders. The children of
the Pauline Rivkind Talmud
Torah will be having their model
seders on Sunday, April 15. This
will include children Kindergar-
ten, 1st and 2nd grades, and
children grades three through
seven. The Pauline Rivkind
Preschool Model Seder is
scheduled for Tuesday, April 10.
Pesah Service Schedule
Monday, April 16, 8 a.m.
Siyum B'Chorim, followed by
breakfast.
Monday, April 16,6:30 p.m.
Minha, Maariv, 1st Seder night.
Tuesday, April 17, 9 a.m.
Services, 1st Day Passover.
Tuesday, April 17,6:30 p.m.
Minha, Maariv, 2nd Night Seder.
Wednesday, April 18, 9 a.m.
Services, 2nd Day Passover.
Wednesday, April 18, 6:50
p.m. Minha, Maariv, conclu-
sion on Yom Tov.
Friday, April 20, 6:30 p.m.
Shabbat Hoi Hamoed Pesah-
Early Service.
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PLANTATION
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Plantation, riorida
Saturday, April 21, 9 am.
Shabbat Hoi Hamoed Pesah.
Saturday, April 21, 6:45 p.m.
Minha, Maariv and Havdala.
Sunday, April 22, 6:30 p.m.
Services, 7th Day Passover.
Monday, April 23, 9 a.m.
Services, 7th Day Passover.
Monday, April 23,6:56 p.m. -
Services, 8th Day Passover.
Tuesday, April 24, 9 a.m.
Services, 8th Day Passover.
YIZKOR
MEMORIAL SERVICE
Tuesday, April 24,6:55 p.m.
Conclusion of Yom Tov.
Yizkor Memorial Service will
be held on Tuesday, April 24, at 9
a.m. At that time, all memorial
plaques that have been affixed in
our Sanctuary since the last
Yizkor (Sukkot) will be dedi-
cated.
There will be a Kiddush in our
Fellowship hall following the
morning Services. The Maariv
Services will last a half-hour, as
everyone is anxious to return
home to begin the Seder. The
same applies to the last two
nights of Yom Tov.
Men's Club
Awarded John Sommella
The Mitzvah Men's Club of
Congregation B'nai Israel in St.
Petersburg has awarded "The
Man of the Year" award to John
Sommella. The award presen-
tation took place on March 30, at
the Men's Club Shabbat service.
John has been an active member
in the synagogue for many years
an is a member of the Board of
Directors, chairman of the House
Committee, and a very active
member of the Men's Club. He is
always there when needed to help
out in the Shul or to help outM-If*
member. Mazel tov to John *,3tone
most deserving award.
Mitzvah Men's Club**!
Presented to Roby Koenig
"Youth Leadership Medallion'
. ;,'Youth UadershiJ
Medallion was presented
Robyn Koenig during the Fri<
evening service on March 0
Robyn is the daughter of Ala
and Sharon Koenig. Some i
Robyn's activities include beim
the President of the St. Pete Ugj
last year, after serving a "
Treasurer and a Secretary. u
the sub-regional level, Robyn wb
Vice President and is present^
the religious and educational 9$
President of the S.E. Region.,
Robyn has attended numberousj
regional as well as two inter-1
national conventions. Robyn I
attends Shorecrest School and isl
an honor student. In additon to|
her many chairmanships in USyJ
Robyn finds the time to help ;!
in the Talmud Torah at Con
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CONGREGATION
BET EMET
In place of its regular monthly
meeting Congregation Bet Emet
will celebrate Pesach at a Pass-
over Seder on Tuesday, April 17,
at 7 p.m. at its temporary
meeting place, the Unitarian
Universalist Church of Clear-
water, 2470 Nursery Road. Thii
seder will use the Humanistic,
Haggadah which is dedicated,
the ideal of human freedom
which explains the symbols
story of Passover from a nat
istic and historical perspective. A
traditional meal will be served-
For reservations and further
informatin please call Ray Leizer,
596-4731.
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3919 Moran Rd.
Tampa, FL 33618
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SECOND ANNUAL
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Workshops about urban, rural, kibbutz and moshav lifestyles
Discussions about the rewards and the challenges of life in
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Presentations about the myths and facts surrounding aliyah
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in coalition with Bran-
Women. Hadassah and
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present Life's Cycle
on Death and Dying on
12 at Horizon Hospital
'nee Center, 11300 U.S. 19
Clearwater.
topics will include:
View" (Rabbi Ira
Completing the
Mental Acceptance" (Lisa
' and Maxine Michael);
of a Child" (Judith
esi; and "Working it
lgh" (Rosalie Pressman).
lunch certain topics will
peated. A question and
period will conclude the
events.
ere is limited seating and
ations are a must. Please
orelle Chausmer (867-6751)
bnnie Kray (541-2646). The
$7.50.
HADASSAH
Shalom
Shalom group of
assah will hold its regular
:mg on Wednesday, April 11
2:30 p.m. at the Jewish
Imunity Center on Elbow
. Nomination of officers for
coming year will be held.
n Goodman will give a
iriankntation on Jewish Humor.
lear 1 will be a very interesting
ing!
will be
dents.
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Wednesday. April 11 at 7:30
at the home of Marilyn
6020 Shore Blvd. South,
>r Building, No. 310, Town
Gulf port. The program
[elude a tape of Janet Sher-
recent trip to Russia and a
Elephant Sale.
'ISH WAR VETERANS
Abe Ader Post 246
lnesday, April 11,8 p.m.
meeting Post and Aux-
tmday. April 16, 10:30 a.m.
Passover Services at Bay
after which packages of
Fish, Matzoh, Macaroons,
|us more holiday treats
Sunday, April 22 Games
and Monte Carlo at Bay Pines.
Call Jack Avery 391-4416 to
volunteer for this rewarding
project.
Sunday, April 29, 3 p.m.
Installation of Officers of Abe
Ader Post No. 246 and Auxiliary
will be held at the JCC, 8167
Elbow Lane, St. Pete. For infor-
mation and reservations, call
Harold Salkey 546-4430, Estelle
Siebert 381-3362, or Bessie Grus-
mark 343-7338.
Paul Surenky Post 409
Coming events:
April 10 Auxiliary donor
luncheon will be held at Bon
Appetit, Dunedin at 11:30 a.m.
Regular meeting of the Post and
Auxiliary at the Golda Meir
Center, 302 S. Jupiter St., Clear-
water at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker
will be the Director of the Spouse
Abuse Center. We urge members
to please bring items to con-
tribute.
April 22 Post and Auxiliary
will service the veterans at Bay
Pines Hospital. Contact Com-
mander Paul Hochberg if you can
assist us at 796-0950.
April 28 Installation dinner
and dance at the Adams Mark,
Carribbean Gulf Resort on Clear-
water Beach. For reservations
and further information please
contact Paul or Roz Hochberg
796-0950. The public is invited.
WORKMAN'S CIRCLE
The Workman's Circle will
have their monthly meeting at 2
p.m. on April 8 at the Golda Meir
Center. The guest speaker will be
Ms. Eda Lieberman, a former
resident of Russia. Ms. Lieber-
man will give a talk on life in the
USSR.
The Yiddish Class will begin at
1 p.m.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Suncoast Section
National Council of Jewish
Women's first annual Bargain
Mart of "Nearly New" clothes,
shoes, accessories and
housewares will take place on
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April 8 between the hours of 10
a.m. and 5 p.m. The Ramada Inn
at 2560 U.S. Highway 19 N. in
Clearwater will be where this
fabulous sale will take place.
Bargains on clothing at a fraction
of their original purchase price.
There is free admission. Cash
only please. Proceeds support
KIDS our ongoing fingerprinting
project throughout Pinellas
County for preschool children.
Thursday, April 12 is being re-
served for a seminar on "Life's
Cycle Seminar on Death and
Dying," co-sponsored by
National Council of Jewish
Women SunCoast Section,
Hadassah, and Brandeis Women.
Morning coffee and lunch is in-
cluded in the fee of $7.50. The
seminar will be held at Horizon
Hospital Conference Center from
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Reser-
vations are a must! Please call
867-6751 for further information.
GOLDA MEIR
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
We will have installation of
officers on Monday, April 9 at 1
p.m. in our remodelled meeting
hall. Following installation there
will be games.
Monday, April 16 we are
having Pesach dinner sponsored
by the Golda Meir Center at 6:30
p.m. The price is $9.50 per
person. For reservations call
Marcie 461-0222; or Mildred
Galaty 461-0082; or Harry 531-
0570. If you would like to partic-
ipate in the Seder call Maior and
Marian Krasne at 733-7652.
Maior Krasne will conduct the
Seder.
Monday. April 23 is the
seventh day of Pesach and we
will not meet. Feel free to come
and make use of the facilities as
the center will be open.
Wednesday and Thursday,
April 25, 26 we are having a bus
trip to Epco',, for two days; the
price is 179.96 double occupancy;
or one day at Epcot and one day
at Sea World for $72.95. For de-
tails call Florence Shevelenco.
796-1372.
Monday. April 30 we will have
a social with cards and games.
April 16 is the last day for
fiiing your income tax returns.
For senior citizens there is
assistance available. Call Rivian
Morris at 536-0890 for an ap-
pointment.
BRANDEIS WOMEN
The First Annual Brandeis
Book Sale was still in operaton,
when chairpersons Lorraine
Leizer and Iris Finkle, along with
President Elinor Gordon were
planning next year's sale. The
committee numbered over 40
members strong, plus many hus-
bads of members.
At day's end, the unsold books
were donated to the Pinellas
Emergency Mental Health
WHEN A JEWISH FAMILY NEEDS A
JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTOR
THEY CALL
DAVID C. GROSS
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATE ARRANGEMENTS
CHEVRA KADISHA
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INFLATION-PROOF FUNERAL TRUSTS
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(1 BLOCK FROM ST. ANTHONYS HOSPITAL)
Service, a vital organization,
based at Horizon Hospital, which
mans a suicide Hot Line, and
helps indigent people under
mental stress to stabilize.
Membership Alert: Thursday,
April 12 is reserved for a seminar
on "Life's Cycle Seminar on
Death and Dying," co-sponsored
by area chapters of National
Council of Jewish Women,
Hadassah, and Brandeis mem-
bership. Morning coffee and
lunch is included in the fee of
$7.50. The seminar will be held at
the Horizon Hospital Conference
from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Call
Joan Waitz 595-1148 for reser-
vations.
A guided tour of the Dali
Museum is scheduled Thursday,
April 26, 1:30 p.m., 1000 Third
Street S, St. Petersburg. Please
plan to arrive at least 30 minutes
early to insure group admission
of $1. Please call Helaine Rosen-
feld 585-6317 or Eleanor Adler
796-8313 for reservations. This
tour was planned jointly by
leaders of Study Groups "Under-
standing Modern Art" and "Art
on Wheels."
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Cdta Meir Center

for the First Seder on April 16.
Call 461-0222 $9.50 per
person. The dead line for reserva-
tions is April 10.
MABCIAI. PRETEKIN, MSW
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
302 South Jupiter, Clearwater, Florida 33515 813-461-0222

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"Sunsweet Prune Juice. Its not just good for my body It just plain tastes good." Everyone knows that Sunsweet Prune Juice has a variety of vitamins and minerals. So when people see me drinking it. they usually figure that I drink it to stay healthy Actually, that's only half the reason It also happens to taste delicious. And why not.. it's a rich. I00o natural fruit juice, with no sugar or preservatives added I enjoy Sunsweet Prune Juice often. After all, how often do you find something that's good for you and that cilRlCll/rrT -tastes good, too? bUNbWttl To your health
As stated in this column
frequently, the aim of the Golda
Meir Library is to provide inter-
esting and helpful books for its
readers.
Among the new books which
have been added to our library
are:
Star of Peace by Jan De
Hartog. This book tells a grip-
ping story of Jews fleeing Nazi
Germany in 1939 aboard an
ancient freighter unaptly named
"Star Of Peace."
Remember This Time by
Gloria and Bill Broder. Since the
book is based on the true story of
the mother of Mrs. Broder. a
great deal of devotion went into
its writing. Mrs. Broder's mother
was part of a family living in the
Pale of Jewish Settlement in
Russia from 1914-1919.
The Lives of the Great
Composers by Harold C.
Schonberg. Among the com-
posers included in this book are
Bach, Handel, Haydn, Chopin,
Liszt, Verdi, Stravinsky and
Bartok.
Essential Guide
cription Drugs by
Long, M.D.
to Pres-
James W.
is -
Don't forget Pesach
coming Make your reservation
Volunteers are still needed for
the library for committee work on
collection SandH Green Stamps
for a van. Call 461-0222 and offer
your help.
Due to the kindness and gener-
osity of Rubin and Lillian Cohn,
the Golda Meir Center has
received a gift of a sculpture of
Golda Meir.
The Cohns, winter residents of
Clearwater, live in Champaign
Urbana, 111. Rubin is a Professor
of Law Emeritus of the Univer-
sity of Illinois College of Law,
Champaign Urbana. Lillian is
a former president of the
Champaign Urbana
Hadassah.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Cohn have
had a lifetime involvement in
Jewish affairs and in the support
of Israel.
Their gift will be appreciated
by all who utilize the facilities of
the Golda Meir Center, and who
revere its namesake.
Glezele Tey the key to good
Yiddish entertainment is Miriam
Schlissel. By popular demand,
she will return to entertain the
Glezele Tey enthusiasts on
Wednesday, April Hat 1:30p.m.
Following her program, the
audience will be invited to join in
a sing-along.
Come for Lunch. Kosher
lunches are available Monday
through Friday at 12 noon. Come
early for bingo, exercise or
singing with Mildred Lewis.
Reservations must be made one
day in advance by calling Gloria
at 446-4422.
Volunteers were honored,
Purun Party on March 19,
Golda Meir Center. The d
was given by the Charhs
Isadora Rutenberg p.
Foundation, Inc. and th/i
Meir Friendship Club I
following were recognized
their many hours of volun
service to the Golda Meir Cen
The Golda Meir Frid
Club: Harry Schwartz I
Sleeser, LU Gross, F|0.
Shevelenco.
Board Members and A
Volunteers to the Golda
Friendship Club: fj
Sleasek, Marge Strauss, H
Sallee Yaffee, Harold Sheve,
Jesse Gross, Charlotte Go
Julia Schwartz, Jenny B
Anna Kletzel, Martha Gl
Mollie Mazer, Mollie Wei
Peggy and Cliff Mc Kee, Be
All Rudd, Alice Wasse:
Millie and Arthur Bross
Mildred Gallaty, A
Frankenstein, Jack Kovitz,
Apel, Rose Berkovic,
Ciulla, Sylvia and Leah
Henry Stevens.
Glezle Tey: Miriam Weisb
Mildred Lewis, Bert Cohen.
Library: Rosalie Moshenba
Coordinator, Anne Blnu Rosa
Borow, Ida Lee, Dorot
Goldenberg, Ronny Sam
Gladys Ross. Sophie and
Janis, Isabel SchustermeB
Rivian Morris and Hank Mor
Helen and Al Steinfeld, Man
Epstein. Lillian Silbersweig.O
Mayer.
Special recognition to Mi/
and Norman Lewis for it
many hours of entwtainme1
laughter, singing, dancing a
concern for us all. We also apij
ciate Ronie Sue Shapiro inr I
many hours of teaching volunt
ily Prayerbook Hebrew.
And to the Federation sti
Kim, Enid and Esther
providing various services i
information ... to Gloria Knii
for her fantastic efforts with'
Neighborly Kosher Congre
Dining Program and tov
Stevens for her secretarial 1
. and to Charlie Scuiero
insuring the maintenance of
building.

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melodies that are part of the Passover seder.
However, there is still one more tradition which has become a part
of the family Seder table-Manischewitz wine. Manischewitz wine always
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