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* Jewish Ftoridian
Off Pinellas County
St. Petersburg, Florida Friday, February 22, 1985
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Price 35 Cents
ommunity Rallies for Operation Moses March 18
again, the Jewish world
itself facing a true
3,,-v this time, the
f Ethiopian Jewry.
J Pinellas community will
[together at rallies to show
for "Operation Moses"
jiday evening, March 18.
Ulies* will take place both
[and North County, at
> Beth El in St. Petersburg
and Temple B'nai Israel in
Clearwater, 7:30 p.m. The entire
Jewish community is expected to
participate in this great
humanitarian effort. The rallies
are sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Pinellas County,
with the cooperation of the Board
of Rabbis. Sylvan Orloff is
chairman of Operation Moses.
"Operation Moses" is the code
name for the Israeli effort to
rescue and resettle Ethiopian
Jews from famine stricken
Africa. The secret airlift
operation, which began several
months ago, has already resulted
in the transport of over 10,000
Ethiopian Jews to Israel, where
they are in absorption centers.
Although much of the general
situation has been brought to
light, the Jewish media observed
Pacesetter-Chai
Luncheon March 14
kcesetter-Chai Luncheon,
[behalf of the Women's
of the Federation-
ed Jewish Appeal
will be held on March
I home of Sonya and
liller. Jackie Jacobs and
jhgman will co-chair the
ers Division, and Margie
| will chair the Chai
announced Sue
Women's Campaign
pe Kroiiick will be guest
and will give a slide
based upon her
es on a recent three
i to Eastern Europe.
jGrcenberg, 1985 Cam-
Ihair. commented, "This
facesetter-Chai luncheon
i to be very exciting and
Jackie, Edie and
are conscientious and
women who did a
job when they chaired
last year. I 'm sure that
eir leadership, the at-
at this luncheon will
to grow. In addition,
bnick's slide presentation
Maxine Kronick
is a moving and educational
experience that I'm sure our
women will really enjoy."
All women contributers of
$ 1,800 or more to the annual C J A
campaign are members of the
Chai division. Women who
contribute $1,000 become
Pacesetters.
Mrs. Kronick is from Flint,
Mich., and is an actress and
entertainer.
For more than two weeks after
visiting the Auschwitz con-
centration camp in Poland.
Maxine Kronick had nightmares
about Nazis invading her home
and trying to kidnap her children.
"I'll never be the same again,"
said the Flint entertainer and
actress. "I will still live my life to
the fullest, but I am different
because of what I saw."
Kronick was one of 30 par-
ticipants in a three-week trip to
Eastern Europe sponsored by the
American Jewish Congress. The
trip's purpose was to allow
Americans to visit their Jewish
roots.
Others may be able to share
Kronick's experience. She
snapped over 1.000 photographs
and recorded more than 300
minutes on tape.
"Israel is what's left for Jewish
people in Eastern Europe," she
said. "It's their hope, their
future."
Physicians Begin
Maimonides Society
rs Bruce Epstein and
Gallant are co-chairing
vly-formed Maimonides
In behalf of the Combined
[Appeal of the Jewish
on of Pinellas County, it
nnounced by Elisa
1985 campaign chair
Krug, chair of the
'Division.
laimonides Society will
i of those people in the
s profession who give
i contribution of $1180
ombined Jewish Appeal
Those joining in 1985
considered charter
Although Gallant and
re working primarily in
Petersburg area, they
jple in the medical arts
>n to join the
des Society and also to
e Blue and White Ball.
a Federation dinner
bat will take place on
1.24.
[activities are also being
All those people in the Medical
Arts Division who would like to
join the Maimonides Society and
be considered a charter member,
can call Dr. Epstein at 321-1515,
Dr. Gallant at 321-3466, or the
Federation office at 446-1033 for
further information.
Dr. Gallant is chief of the
Department of Surgery at
Bayfront Medical Center. He was
Board certified at the American
Board of Plastic Surgery and has
a fellowship in the American
College of Surgeons.
Dr. Bruce Epstein and Dr.
Michael Gallant.
planned for the Maimonides
Society and those activities will
be announced at a later date.
Gallant and Epstein are-very
active in their own medical
profession, the community-at-
large, and in Jewish Community
activities.
t/ue and White Ball
th annual BLUE AND WHITE BALL, held on behalf of
v'sh Federation-Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign, will
,1 this Sunday evening at 5:30 p.m., at the Holiday Inn -
Pe. Clearwater Beach. A record attendance is expected.
lure papers for story and photos.
In addition to being a surgeon
Dr Gallant is an accomplished
musician having gone to the
Juilliard School of Music from
1954 to 1962. He plays the piano,
the harpsichord and the guitar.
He is married and his wife
Nancy, is a psychiatric social
worker in private practice. They
have two children.
Dr. Epstein is a pediatrician
who practices at All Children s
Hospital. He did his MD and
residency at Case Western
Reserve. He and his wife Amy
will be leading a Jewish National
Fund Mission to Israel in April.
They have three children.
the news blackout about specifics
requested by the Israeli
Government.
Today, the Jews of Ethiopia
are facing extinction. Many have
attempted to escape from their
oppressive government to seek a
new life in Israel. Others languish
in refugee camps in neighboring
countries, suffering from
malnutrition and disease. For the
Jews remaining in Ethiopia, life
is a prisoner's struggle for
survival.
Almost all the Ethiopian Jews
arrive in Israel with no skills,
poor, and illiterate. Many
families are broken up because of
" death, the conditions they have
left, and the rescue effort not yet
being completed. In Israel, they
are taught Hebrew, marketable
skills, and learn to live in the
modern world.
The cost of rescue and
resettlement is overwhelming. It
is estimated to be over
$60,000,000 to an already
overburdened Israeli economy.
The crisis is real and pressing.
Jewish communities throughout
the world are mobilizing to do
their share in another glorious
chapter in Jewish history. We
have been given the opportunity
to save an ancient Jewish
remnant community and to
continue the tradition that saw
the ingathering of immigrants to
Israel from the Soviet Union,
Yemen, and of course, the
Holocaust.
The Jewish people have been
given a clear mandate to hold out
a hand to endangered Jewish
communities, to act, and to be
counted.
The Jewish Federation has
committed $120,000 to
"Operation Moses." This
translates into the saving of 20
Jewish lives. Federation and the
Board of Rabbis asks everyone to
attend the community rallies,
and to come prepared to par-
ticipate and do their fair share.
See our next edition for more
details about the rallies.
Premiere Division
Organizes Trade And
Professional Groups
Larry Krug, chairman of the
Premiere Division, has an-
nounced that the division has
been organized into Trade and
Professional Divisions, with
chairmen selected for each group.
Each division is actively
soliciting their prospects, with
the goal being the completion of
cards by the Blue and White Ball.
Premiere is one of the largest
divisions in the entire campaign.
Sub-committeee chairmen for
Premiere are Abe Levine,
Podiatrists; Mark Klein,
Builders: Dr. Herb Goff,
Osteopaths: Dr. Stuart
Strikowsky, Osteopaths; Dr. Gil
Rubin, Chiropractors; Robert
Freeman, Sales; Dr. Dan
Ku ten berg, Academics; Dr. Paul
Reiffer, Veterinarians; Bernard
Schwartz, Accountants; Ted
Tench, Stockbrokers; Bruce
Bokor. Attorneys; Charlie
Ehrlich, Attorneys; Dr. Harold
Rivkind, Psychologists; Dr.
Jerome Rosenblum,
Psychologists; Dr. Stanley
Harris, Optometrists; Dr. Joel
Marantz, Optometrists; and Stan
Michels, Retail.
Mr. Krug commented, "I'm
sure that with the addition of
these capable men to the
Premiere leadership team, we will
see positive results in the amount
of dollars raised for the Combined
Jewish Appeal Campaign. We all
recognize the importance of this
division to the success of the
campaign, and we are committed
to fulfilling our responsibility in a
most diligent manner. We hope
to see each member of our
division face to face, in order that
they may have the opportunity to
make a meaningful gift to
campaign."
Tributing A Wonderful 'Match'
Adopt-A-Grandchild
local family, as their extended
familv was also residing many
Meet Sylvia and Ben Rensin of
Clearwater and their adoptive
grandchildren, Bari, Carolyn, and
Renee. Through the Adopt-A-
Grandchild Project of Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Service, this
special relationship was created
two and one-half years ago and
remains a source of joy and
comfort.
The Rensins arrived in Pinellas
County several years ago. Then,
only a few years after their
arrival, comfortably situated in
retirement, they sensed and
realized a void they could no
longer ignore. Residing i n
Florida, hundreds of miles away
from their natural children and
grandchildren in the North,
brought about a deep missing
and need for family. A permanent
reunion with their own family
was not about to transpire in the
near future so they decided to do
some exploring in their own
backyard.
Bari, Carolyn and Renee
became a part of their lives in the
summer of 1982. The children
experienced an identical need for
Continued on Page 5
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Page 2 TheJewish Floridian of Pinellas County / Friday, February 22,1985
The Pinellas County Jewish Federation
The purpose of the Federation
is to further the welfare of the
Jewish community and to raise
funds for philanthropic, social,
cultural, and educational ad-
vancement of the Jewish com-
munity and foster cooperation
among Jewish community
organizations.
The primary concern of the
Federation is the well-being of
the people of the community and
those outside of the local com-
munity to whose needs
Federation is committed.
The Federation commits itself
to bringing Jews together to
meet people's needs more ef-
fectively. Donations from you,
the community, enable the
Tzedakah Box
Presented
For the past year, five-year-old
Cory Resnick has been adding to
his Tzedakah box on a weekly
basis. This week he presented the
filled box to Irwin H. Miller,
president of Menorah Manor.
Cory, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Jerrold Resnick, is a kin-
dergarten student at the Pinellas
County Jewish Day school. "He's
been watching the Manor con-
struction every school day for the
past year," according to his
mother Beth. "That's why he
chose Menorah Manor for his
Tzedakah."
Miller noted that Cory and his
classmates will be able to con-
tinue sharing with the Menorah
Manor family, once the Home is
completed. With the Home
adjacent to the Day School,
many intergenerational programs
are being planned.
Miller also urged community
members to join with Cory and
the hundreds of other members in
supporting the Capital Building
President Miller accepts
Tzedakah Box from Cory Resnick
Fund for Menorah Manor. For
further information concerning
dedication opportunities, or
regarding residency at the Home,
please contact the Menorah
Manor office at 250 58 St. No.,
St. Petersburg, FL 33710 or by
calling 813-345-2775.
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per Sunday Raises Over $50,000
L bells were ringing and the
[las community responded in
verwhelmingly positive way
(an. 27. Super Sunday '85.
850.000 was raised locally
he Combined Jewish Appeal
aign. in the annual national
Sathon sponsored by the
1 Jewish Appeal.
Jundreds of volunteers
cipated in the great effort,"
I Super Sunday chairpeople
and Julius Malkin, "and we
to thank them for their time
lalent"
Sunday committee
bVrs were Marcia Glasgow,
Charles. Mel Fergenbaum,
|Werner. Sophie Glasgow,
| Malkin, Julie Malkin, Joel
Joe Stern, Elaine Stern,
ie Lurie. Jack Belkin, Ann
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[Margolis, and the JCC staff,
Glenn, Pat Brogan, Gail
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pebbie Vinocur.
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Carolyn Stone
Mr. and Mrs. E. Strauss
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Troutman
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Ullman
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Moves Ahead
The Community Division of
the Jewish Federation, under the
capable leadership of Sid Werner,
has been working diligently to
complete their solicitations for
the 1985 Combined Jewish
Appeal Campaign. The com-
munity division encompasses all
gifts of $101-5999 to campaign,
and is divided into four sub-
divisions. Joel Shrager is chair of
Synagogue Outreach, and
arranged for UJA Shabbat in all
the congregations.
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chairpeople of the South County-
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Berger, Ben Bush, Jeanne
Kallman, Max Karas, Joe Klein,
Sylvia Klein. Herbert Marks.
Hyman Posner, Sidney Richman,
Herman Robitshek, Joel Shrager
and Benjamin Smigell.
North County-Condo division
is chaired by Bernie and Ann
Panush. Working with the
Panushes are Charles Balaran,
Miriam Balaran, Harry Barles.
Ludwig Boraks, David Bowman,
1-eonard Castle, Gil and Betty
Cohen, Rubin Cohn, Rae
Feilman, Rose Frank, Greta
Friedoff. Paul Friedoff, Loyce
Garon, Bertha and Paul Gottleib,
Harry Green, Ethel Honigman,
Alex Joffe, Morris Kahana, Ed
Lanceit, Harry and Ann Lane.
Julius Malkin, Hank Morris, Lila
Rosentraub, Dennis Schulman,
Bill Silver, Lillian Silverzweig, Al
Sulkes and Morris Weisbord.
Top Of The World is chaired by
Ruth and Elliott Dennis. Their
committee is Ruth Eiseman,
Rose Frank. Hal Glaser, Harold
Kaiser, Jo Lipinsky, David
Melman. Abe Rutin, Nettie
Rubin, Hilda Schwartz, Annette
Walter and Claire Zunder.
Thus far, the Community
Division has raised $57,000 for
campaign, an increase of 19'/2
percent over last year. The
community division is planning a
community-wide function in the
spring for all contributors of $100
or more to the Combined Jewish
Appeal Campaign. For more
information, call the Federation
office, 446-1033.
Day School Sponsors Time
Management Workshop
Skills in effective time
management were featured at the
Pinellas County Jewish Day
School staff workshop on Friday.
Feb. 22. Mr. D. Bruce Lucier,
coordinator of General Employee
Education and Development at
Bayfront Medical Center, served
as the workshop leader. This
timely workshop featured a video
tape presentation and a problem
solving session.
Other aspects of the day-long
in-service program included
computer competency building
and creative learning game
production.
The Pinellas County Jewish
Day School is a beneficiary
agency of the Combined Appeal
of the Jewish Federation of
Pinellas County.
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County / Friday, February 22, 1985
In My Opinion
By RABBI
IRAS.YOUDOVIN
Temple Beth El, St. Petersburg
As night follows day, the
breach of secrecy that disrupted
Israel's efforts to rescue 10,000
Ethiopian Jews has sparked
accusations and recriminations
among Jews in Israel and
throughout the world.
This reaction may be inevitable
under the circumstances but
internecine finger-waggling will
not bring so much as one ad-
ditional Ethiopian Jew to
freedom. Some 6,000-8,000 of
them remain in Ethiopia; another
4,000 are stranded in refugee
camps. Let's worry about them
first, and afterward go about the
sorry task of fixing blame for the
initial snafu.
One hopes with some optimism
that Operation Moses'' is not
terminated, but only temporarily
suspended. Optimism stems from
an analysis of factors that elicited
tacit cooperation in the first
place.
It was not a born-again
commitment to the Zionist
Dream that moved some of
Israel's enemies to tum a blind
eye on rescue flights. Rather, it
was a desperation in the face of a
famine that threatens eight
million Ethiopian lives, and
which has spurred a massive
exodus leaving 400,000 refugees
languishing in transit camps.
In the midst of this chaotic and
increasingly unmanageable
situation, any offer to lighten the
burden is likely to be acceptable.
Ten thousand Jevis airlifted to
Israel means 10,000 fewer
Super Sunday Poster Winners
This year marked the largest
number of entries into the third
annual Super Sunday Poster
Contest. The theme this year was
"Answer the Call." Judging was
done on Super Sunday at the
Jewish Community Center. The
winners of this year's contest are:
Grades 1 and 2 Ari Barav;
Grades 3 and 4 Leanna Lyons;
Grade 5 Orli Bander; Middle
School (Grades 6-8) Todd
Pardoll and Rena Bander:
Overall Winner Jody Phillips.
Jody's winning poster showed
hands putting pennies into a
tzedakah can and then the money
being used to help the Jewish
poor.
The poster committee, Mark
Silk and Michael Phillips, would
like to thank judges Joe Heller.
Joe Charles, Mel Fergenbaum
and Jill Hailin.
The winners each received a
Super Sunday T-shirt and a gift
from the Federation.
Congressman Bilirakis Tries
To Aid Ethiopian Jews
Congressman Michael Bilirakis
is trying to help the Ethiopian
Jewish community in their at-
tempts to go to Israel. The
congressman joined others in
writing President Hosni
Mubarak of Egypt to demand
that he allow Israel to use
Egyptian airspace and even
Egyptian airports as transfer
sites for the airlift of Ethiopian
Jews. Copies of the letter were
sent to Secretary of State George
Shots.
As soon as Bilirakis learned of
the plight of the Ethiopian
Jewish Community and of
"Operation Moses" he phoned
Rabbi Jan Bresky, his Mid East
advisor, and asked how he could
help. He had already signed the
letter to Mubarak before the
phone call. Rabbi Bresky in-
formed the congressman of the
local community's efforts to raise
funds for "Operation Moses" and
the congressman pledged support
in every way possible.
Congressman Bilirakis has also
asked Rabbi Bresky to represent
him at the regional AIPAC
meeting in March in Fort
Lauderdale. He hopes to join him
at that meeting.
Congressman Bilirakis has
been active in Jewish affairs since
his election, making several
positive statements about Israel
and serving on a House Com-
mittee for Soviet Jewry. He has
personally adopted a Russian
Jewish family.
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mouths to feed, bodies to clothe,
and persons to shelter. This
equation is as compelling today
as it was when the deal was cut
secretly months ago.
Publicity yielded the
predictable bitter harvest. Libya,
that bastion of humane concern,
grabbed this new excuse for
renewing its brotherly hostility
toward other Arabs. Then the
Belgian-flag charter carrier,
remembering that Libya is fond
of blowing up civilians and hi-
jacking airliners, chickened out.
And the flights stopped.
However, there is reason to
believe that once the glare of
public attention fades, the
operation will quietly resume.
When that time comes, and it
may come very quickly, we dare
not be paralyzed by internal
bickering.
This is not to suggest that the
affair be swept under the rug. To
the contrary, the casualness
displayed by high-ranking of-
ficials of the Jewish Agency in
publicly boasting of the mission
before it was even halfway
completed raises questions about
whether their primary interest
lay in saving lives or in tooting
their own personal institutional
horns. Those responsible must be
called to acount; but at the
appropriate time.
Moreover, we should not allow
our own guilt feelings to temper
our outrage over the guilt ot
others. Forty years after the
Holocaust, it is outrageous that
public notice jeopardizes an effort
to save Jewish lives. If any other
country in the world granted
haven to thousands of starving
Ethiopians, its government
would be nominated for the Nobel
Peace Prize.
Nor should we allow this
temporary setback to dampen
our pride in the fact that Israel,
alone among the nations, is
looking beyond its own massive
economic problems to rescue
masses of black-skinned human
beings from death's jaws. In
addition to "Operation Moses,"
Israel has sent millions of dollars
worth Of food, medicine and other
resented items for the larger relief
effort.
To paraphrase an oft-
paraphrased quotation, "If that
be racism, let's make the most of
it."
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1985 Lions
ofJudah
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Ire i td Freifeld,
airwoman
Lion of Judah, the major gift
division of the Women's Division
of the Jewish Federation, con-
tinues its growth. A dinner was
held recently for 1985 Lion of
Judah members and their
spouses, which honored the new
Lions. Gold pins, symbolizing the
Lion of Judah. were presented to
the six women who have recently
joined the division.
Missing from photos Dianne
Green. Freida Levine, Lois
Silberman, and Beverly Cohen.
Isa
Rutenberg
Joan
Benstock
Betty
Sembler
Joanne
Bokor
Gloria
Halprin
Sony a Miller
Co-chair
Marion
Joseph
Elisa
Greenberg
Suzanne
Schechter
Jackie
Jacobs
Gulf Coast Jewish Family Service
jCJFS will be celebrating its
th anniversary of the
riatric Residential Treatment
Item. This unique pilot
gect, funded by the state of
rida. has been developed to
vide comprehensive, com-
nity-based treatment services
psychiatrically disabled
rly. Its mission has been to
vent seniors from being
pitalized in a state psychiatric
pity, to remove those who
spent years in institutions
to provide them the op-
portunity and the skills to
become part of our Tampa Bay
community.
Nearly 200 clients have been
helped through this unique
program with the provision of
residential services, day treat-
ment services, case management
services and psychiatric care.
Individuals who have been
hospitalized for many years are
now participating in volunteer
and paid vocations; have been re-
united with their loved ones;
have regained their sense of self-
ributing A Wonderful 'Match'
Adopt-A-Grandchild
Continued from Page 1
ps away. Ever since they were
duced to their substitute
nteer grandparents, the long
| need was replaced by a very
rial kind of love.
hose weekly visits, today,
al a relationship that has
ngthened and grown to the
Bt that the one-time sub-
lite family has come to feel
like the very real thing!
For further information about
the Adopt-A-Grandchild Project,
please contact Ms. Carol
Ungerleider, Project Director, at
381-2373. Adopt-A-Grandchild is
funded jointly by the Juvenile
Welfare Board of Pinellas County
and the Jewish Federation of
Pinellas County.
worth: and have learned to
become productive and in-
dependent citizens in our com-
munity.
With an increased awareness of
the potential of this population's
ability for gainful employment,
the Geriatric Residential
Treatment System is working
towards the development of a
cottage industry. We are in the
process of renovating and setting
up a thrift shop next to the
Murray M. Jacobs Treatment
Center on Central Avenue. The
program is asking, again ior. the
community's help, which it has
so graciously received before, in
this enterprising undertaking.
Donations of unopened paint,
building supplies, furniture and
small appliances, which can be
used for resale, would be greatly
appreciated. Please help those
who are less fortunate to help
themselves through the donation
of items in good repair. Contact
Dana Voight at 327-6179 to
arrange for pickup.
Gulf Coast Jewish Family
Service thanks you again for your
community support.
Pdssover
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Congregations, Organizations Events
TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL
The Sisterhoods of Temple
B'nai Israel and Congregation
Beth Shalom join with Hadassah
to bring a day of interest entitled
"Getting Down to Basics." The
all day symposium will be held on
March 12, at Temple B'nai Israel,
1685 South Belcher Road,
Clearwater.
The morning session will begin
at 9 a.m. The first speaker will be
Lisa Lupton Goddard whose
topics is "Never Bored." Dr.
Clark Bouwman will then discuss
'' Recognizing Today s Family.''
Lunch will be served at 11:30
a.m.
The afternoon session will
begin with Dr. Peggy Malchom
discussing "Fighting Fair." The
concluding speaker, Dr. Joseph
Bear son, will discuss "When the
Marketplace Becomes the
Casbah."
The cost for the day is $6.50.
Make your check out to
Hadassah and mail it to Ms.
Helaine Rosenfeld, 1713 Belleair
Forest Drive, No. D, Belleair, FL
33516.
The absolute deadline for
reservations is March 1.
CONGREGATION
B'NAI ISRAEL
ST. PETERSBURG
Calendar of Events
Mitzvah Men's Crab presents
Kenny Kaplan of the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers.
On Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 6 p.m..
a Football Supper will be planned
for the Mitzvah Men's Club
Sports Night. Two new NFL
films will be shown and Kenny
Kaplan Bucs Number 79
will provide comment on the
football action. He will also talk
about the "New Bucs," The NFL
and his own football career. Some
exciting door prizes will be given
for boys and girls. Admission is a
donation of $3 for adults.
Children are free if their reser-
vations are made by an ac-
companying adult making's paid
reservation. Reservations are
made by contacting the office of
Congregation B'nai Israel, 301-
59th St. North. St. Petersburg,
FL 33710 (make checks payable
to "Mitzvah Men's Club," in-
dicating the number of adult and
children's reservations needed).
Call 381-4900 for further in-
formation.
Sisterhood Book Review. The
monthly Sisterhood Book review
will be held on Thursday, Feb. 28,
9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Joanne Luski. The Miracle by
Irving Wallace will be reviewed
by Mrs. Judy Eichenbaum.
Pauline Rivkind Talmud
Torah. The children in grades 3-7
are busy practicing Israeli dances
which they will present at Spiffs
Folk Fair on Sunday. Feb. 24. at
noon. They have been practicing
with their instructor, Sarah
Mandel, a former Israeli and
professional dancer and teacher
of Israeli dance.
Educational Conference
Scheduled
United Synagogue is spon-
soring an educational conference
for religious school teachers,
principals and school board
personnel on Sunday, March 3, at
Temple Israel in Orlando. Among
those attending from
Congregation B'nai Israel of St.
Petersburg will be Cantor Irving
Zummer, school administrator:
Mark Goodfriend, youth
director: Judi Gordon, school
board chairman; and teachers
Mona Goldfield, Helen Wertel,
Claudette Kobin and Sarah
Mandel.
Purim Megilla Reading. Purim
begins Wednesday night, March
6 and continues through Sunday.
Minha begins at 6:45 p.m.
Maariv at 7 p.m., and the Purim
Megilla reading, led by our high
school students, will begin at
7:15 p.m. A costume parade will
follow, with awards for the best
costumes and our 6th Annual
MCGNA (Most Creative Gragger
Noisemaker Award). Thursday
morning services and Megilla
Reading will begin at 8 a.m.
Purim Carnival. USY
Kadima will be sponsoring a
Purim Carnival on Sunday,
March 10, to begin immediately
following Sunday School at 11:30
a.m.
Abraham Fuhnnan And
Chayele Ash to Perform
At Congregation
B'nai Israel
St. Petersburg
Wednesday, March 20 is the
Yiddish concert featuring
Abraham Fuhrman and Chayele
Ash. The concert begins at 8 p.m.
at Congregation B'nai Israel.
Admission is a $5 donation. Dr.
Leonard Morris is the chairman
of this event which celebrates 100
years of Yiddish theatre. The
concert is part of a three-evening
series: A film of Yiddish content,
"Almonds and Raisins" on
Wednesday, March 13, the
Yiddish concert on Wednesday,
March 13. and a Yiddish lecture
on Wednesday. March 27. The
, entire, series, is sponsored by the
.'Adult Studies Commission of
Congregation B'nai Israel.
CONGREGATION
BETH SHOLOM
GULFPORT
The Sisterhood is holding its
annual Purim party on Sunday.
March 3. at 5 p.m. Call Roslyn
Mendelson, 6161 Gulfwinds Dr..
Apt. No. 250. St. Petersburg
Beach. FL 33706. Donation
$4.50.
CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM
CLEARWATER
The annual Torah Fund
Luncheon will be held on March
17 at noon at the synagogue. The
Woman of the Year Award will be
presented to Gertrude Kurtzman
and Harriet Horwich. The
'. Chinese kosher luncheon will be
supervised by Millie Shevinsky.
A presentation. "Torah Fund
Covers the World." narrated by
Johanna Bromberg, will be
featured.
In order to attend, a person
must be a Benefactor ($118),
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Dietary Laws Observed Shabbat Services
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LIMITED ENROLLMENT
will be a
at Affairs
Donation is
9
Koach ($28 plus) or Chai ($18).
Guest fee is $10, luncheon fee. $3.
In charge of the event is Torah
Fund Chairwoman Gertrude
Spiegler.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Sisterhood will sponsor an
Interfaith program on March 6.1
p.m. at the temple, announced
chairwoman Helen Behr. A
Judaica Museum exhibit will be
featured. The program will in-
clude Robert Marinoff, the
blowing of the Shofar by Maury
Rothman. and talks by Rabbi
Susskind and Rabbi Youdovin.
Coffee and desert will be
served. Guests of all faiths are
welcome.
ONGREGATION
BET EMET
Coming Events
March 9: There will be a Purim
Celebration and adults and
children are asked to come in the
costume of a contemporary or
historical Jewish hero. It will be
held at Affairs Catering, Gulf-to-
Bay and Hwy. 19 at 4 p.m.
Donation is $5.95 adult, $3.95
child, and $2 under two years.
Reserve by March 3. Call 736-
4543.
April 6: There
Passover Seder
Catering, at 6 p.m
$10.50 adult. $5.95 child 6-12. $2
under two years. Seating is
limited, and members are urged
to reserve space by March 25.
Non-members reserve March 25-
Aprill. Call 736-4543.
May 19: Annual meeting,
details to follow.
Two tours to Israel are offered.
"Tour of Israel," June 30-July
11, for the dedication of
Humanist Institute in Jerusalem,
approximate cost $1,500 p.p., and
a secular youth tour, June 30-
July 15, approximate cost.
$1,800. Call 797-3224 for in-
formation.
NCJW -SUNCOAST
"The. Change. Connection." a
' workshop addressing the con-
cerns of women, will be presented
on Thursday. Feb. 28. from 9-
2:30 at the Wine Cellar
Restaurant. 17307 Gulf Blvd.. N.
Redington Beach. The program
was developed under the auspices
of vice president Judy Elkin. and
is chaired by Marcie Pretekin
Linder, executive director of the
Golda Meir Center.
Dr. Sol Landau, executive
director of Midlife Services
Foundation. Miami, is keynote
speaker. Workshops include:
"Finding One's Pulse-
Confronting Stress.'" "Life
Ahead-Confronting Midlife."'
"Communicating Under-
standing."' "Re-entry," and
"Career Change."
Reservations include lunch,
and should be received by Feb.
24. Mail check for $12 members
and $14 non-members to Sharon
Rubenstein, 9942 E. Bay South.
Seminole, FL 33542 or Emily
Gurtman, 10477 Longwood Dr..
Largo. FL 33543 or call the Golda
Meir Center. 397-6767. Public is
invited.
NCJW ST. PETE
The next meeting will be held
Wednesday. Feb. 27. 12 noon at
the JCC. 8167 Elbow Lane N.. St.
Pete. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
David Susskind. of Temple Beth
El. whose topic is
"Brotherhood." Members and
guests are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
GOLDA MEIR
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
On Monday, March 4, the
nominating committee will
present their slate for the election
on April 1.
There will be a Purim Party
sponsored by CIRFF on March 3.
7:30 p.m. at the center. Music,
dancing, and refreshments will be
provided.
The club will go to the Golden
Apple Dinner Theater on
Thursday. April 18 to see
"Desert Song."" Call Lil. 398-1900
for reservations.
The club is sponsoring a two
day, one night trip, April 16-17,
to the East Coast. Included in the
cost of $108 per person are ac-
commodations, Jungle Queen
cruise, and admission to Gulf-
stream Race Track. A deposit of
$50 is needed by March 15. For
information, se bulletin board, or
call Florence. 796-1372.
JWV POST 409
PAUL SURENKY
March 4 Board meeting,
10:00 at the Golda Meir Center.
March 10 Blind Auction,
7:30 p.m. GMC. Donation is
$1.50 members, $2.50 non-
members. Public invited. Call
Gladys, 443-3845 for details.
March 12 Regular meeting
of Post and Auxiliary, 7:30 at the
GMC.
BRANDEIS WOMEN
Feb. 27 Potpourri at the
Clearwater Library, 1:30 p.m.
Call Judy for information, 397-
6556.
Last Potpourri meeting will
have Joan Keller as guest
speaker. Call Judy for in-
formation for place. Time 10:30.
Feb. 27 Orchestral Music
meets with Ray Leizer. 14277-
93rd Ave. N.. Seminole. Call Ray,
596-4731 for information.
March 11 Board meeting at
the home of Esther Goldman. 1
p.m. Call 796-4848 for reser-
vations. Antique Alley
Jonathan Fuss hasjointdfo
Funeral Directors as a iiu,
funeral director. The firm.
called Arnold, Fuss <, ft.
dwag, welcomes Mr. Fuss ,
community. The West Hw
Conn., native has prtv
served communities of ,
Hartford, Sunrise and Wtttt.
Beach as a licensed director i
manager of funeral chaptk I
an active member ofthth
community, belonging
synagogues, B'nai B'rith
Knights of Pythias.
rescheduled for Fall. Call ShirbJ
392-8715 for information.
LEARWATER
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
No meetings for March.
March 7. instead of meeting!
will be a Purim celebration. I
information, call president, Hi
Schwartz. 7993026.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
WES LEON
Wes Marc Leon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce D. Leon, was called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Feb. 8 at Congregation B'nai
Israel, St. Petersburg.
Wes is a student in the Pauline
Rivkind Talmud Torah, and is
active in Kadima, KolRina Choir,
Pre-Confirmation. He attends the
South side Fundamental Middle
School, where he is in the 8th
grade. Wes is a member of the
National Jr. Honor Society, and
Honor Roll, plays clarinet in the
school band, and plays in the Bay
Point Little League.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon hosted a
reception at the synagogue.
Special guests included Wes's
grandparents, and aunts, uncles
and cousins from New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Florida.
ANDREA WARNER
Andrea Dawn Warner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Warner, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on Feb.
23 at Temple B'nai Israel,
Clearwater.
Andrea is a student in the
Temple religious school, and is a
member of the Youth Group. She
attends the John F. Kennedy
Middle School where she isind
7th grade. She is a represent!
to the Student Council, a mai
of the Pep Club. Hundred L
Club, and newspaper staff. I
addition. Andrea is an Ha
Roll Student.
Her hobbies include clas
piano, doll collecting,
competitive gymnastics, in whi
she placed second, in 1
vaulting competition.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner willk
a.reception in Andrea's honor*
the temple. Celebrating
Andrea will be her grandpa
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shinbi
Tampa and Mr. and Mrs.*]
Warner. South Carolina. OttY
guests will join them from ^
York. Ohio. Maryland. Alab
Georgia and Texas.
CANDLEIGHTING
FEBRUARY
Feb. 1 5:53
Feb. 8-5:59
Feb. 15 6:04
Feb. 22 6:09
Religious Directory
TEMPLE BETH EL Reform
400 8. rmmtmm Av*., St. Petersburg MM Rabbi David 9u"k',,d8!1!!j5
In 8. Youdovin Friday Evening Sabbath Service! 8 p.m.. "
Morning Sabbath Service 1* a.m. Bar-Bat Miuvah Service 11 am.
S4781S0.
Congregation BETH SHOLOM CouservsUvc
1844 54 St., S St. Petersburg S870T Rabbi Emerltu* Morrli KM*
Sabbath Service*: Friday evening at 8p.m.: Saturday. a.m. !
343-3404.
Congregation B'NAI ISRAEL CunservUvc
301 SB St., N.. -St. Petersburg OTM Rabbi Jacob Luskl JJjJ* JJ
Zummer Sabbath Service: Friday evening 8 p.m. *""'"?',*.
Sunday a.m.; Monday-Friday 8 am.; and evening Mlnyan
S81-4MH.
Congregation BETH CHA1 Conservative (^|rf
84W I'M st. v, Seminole SSS42 Rabbi Sherman P. Kih||!,r.!u.
Service*: Friday evenings It p.m.; Saturday. :S a.m. Tel. ""
Congregation BETH SHAI.OM-Conservative |j(t
13*8 8. Belcher Rd.. Clearwater 33018 Rabbi Kenneth Bl-*?,^,
bath Service*: Friday evening 8 p.m.; Saturday a.m.; sunw
Mlnyan a.m. Tel. 831 1418.
TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL .Reform
.*
1880 8. Belcher Rd.. Clearwater 33818 Rabbi Arthur B"'m^1.]
Service*: Friday evening at 8 p.m.; Saturday 10:50a.m. '
TEMPLE AHAVAT SHALOM Reform ,
P.O. Box 117*.. Dunedln SS5ZK 1876Curlew Rd.. *lmH!?7l5l'
UnBresky Sabbath Service*: Friday eveulng8 p.m. *'
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Congregation BET EMET Humanistic
S470 Nursery Rd., Clearwater Service: l*t Friday ol every
Tel. 5M 4731 or7V7-SM.
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Friday, February 22, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of PineUas County Page 7
iwish Community Center News
Israeli trip drawing
t to be held march 3
ke Israeli Trip Drawing wil
[held at the JCC on Sunday.
h 3 at 3 p.m. This drawing
I be held in conjunction with
JCC's 7th Annual Com-
gnity Purim Carnival.
rickets are available and can
1 purchased at the JCC or
lough any board member until
tday. March 3.
iecond. third and fourth prizes
Isist of color televisions, and
Cs to the Orlando area. For
Vher information on tickets or
i drawing, please contact the
: office at 344-5795.
IC Super Sunday volunteers in
fining session.
SUPER SUNDAY
A HIT AT JCC
ver 150 volunteers enjoyed
nselves at the JCC on Super
pday. Jan. 27, where they
de phone calls, kept food
ntiful. handled pledge cards,
eked phone numbers and
resses and a million and one
er tasks.
|CC Chairperson, Mel
enbaum. related that the
nteers were very serious and
nti'd to do all they could to
! the day a huge success a
that certainly came true.
fh of these volunteers should
I pride in the job they did and
[money they helped to raise
ch will benefit people not only
ur community but around the
lld.too.
pecial thanks goes to Joe and
one Charles and David
rover for their many long
rs in the kitchen.
4NUAL FLEA MARKET
ENJOYED BY ALL
hairperson Sonja Olitsky
kits that the JCC's 2nd
pal Flea Market on Sunday.
13 was a huge success.
p'hank you" to the volunteers
worked to insure that the
I was profitable and fun in-
png: Morty and Rhoda Poll,
|h and Harry EUman. Sylvia
and David Mayover. Ruth
Cohen. Bill Strong. Sam
Pullman, Eda and Stan Gold-
berg, Herman Morse, Helen
Rebman, Ben and Ethel
Wisotsky. Isabel Kamin, Harry
Katlin. Joseph Spitalnick,
Harold Salkey, Lucy Zebel and
Harvey Glen. Profits from this
sale will help continue our
children's programming for the
spring and summer months.
SENIOR FRIENDSHIP
CLUB NEWS
Senior Friendship Club is now
accepting reservations for their
March 7 anniversary luncheon to
be held at the Happy Dolphin
Beach Resort. St. Petersburg
Beach. Cost will be $4 for
members and $8 for guests. For
information or reservations
please contact Irving Silverman
at 821-6483.
Upcoming events for February
include:
Monday, Feb. 25, 1 p.m.,
Games with Lou; Thursday, Feb.
28, 1 p.m.. Birthday and
Anniversary Party; Monday.
March 4, 1 p.m., Business
Meeting; Thursday. March 7, 1
p.m.. Get Together; Monday,
March 11, 1 p.m., Games and
Get-Together.
The JCC is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Pine 11 as County.
JCC SPONSORES TRIP
TO STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
The JCC invites the com-
munity on a trip to the
Strawberry Festival in Plant City
on Wednesday. March 6. The bus
will leave from the JCC at 9 a.m.
and return at approximately 6
p.m. Cost for the trip is $6.50
which includes admission fee and
round trip transportation. For
further information please
contact Sherry at the JCC 344-
5795. Trip limited to the first 15
persons.


B
1984 Purim Carnival participants
enjoy collecting their prizes.
PURIM CARNIVAL
TO BE BIGGEST EVER
The Seventh Annual Com-
munity Purim Carnival will be
held at the JCC Sunday. March 3
from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. The
costume parade will begin at 2:30
with prizes for the winners. The
Israeli Trip Benefit will be drawn
at 3 p.m.
Golda Meir Center
Dr. Sol Landau, former rabbi
and presently president and
executive director of the Miami
Midlife Services Foundation, will
speak on Bridging Family
Relationships on Thursday, Feb.
28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Golda Men-
Center.
Dr. Landau received his PhD
degree in Adult Education from
Florida State University, and his
Doctor of Divinity from the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. At present, he is a
member of the Commission on
Midlife and Preretirement of the
American Personnel and
Guidance Association, and is
president of the Mental Health
Association of Dade County.
A donation of $1 will be ac-
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Kent Jewish Community Center
Readies Facilities
The Kent Jewish Community
Center is readying its facilities
for its initial programs, according
to David Seidenberg. director of
the center.
The Kent Jewish Community
Center has opened its temporary
offices at 302 S. Jupiter (Golda
Meir Center). The center will use
the Golda Meir Center and a
building at 1729 Rainbow
Avenue (next door to Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Services) for its
temporary program facilities. An
Open House is being planned for
late March when the community
will be invited to view the facility
and to learn what programs are
being planned.
Shortly, the Kent Jewish
Community Center will move its
offices and programs to its
permanent site at Hercules and
Virginia avenues, which will
include indoor and outdoor
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athletic facilities, an Olympic size
pool and meeting rooms, as well
as classrooms.
For more information, please
contact David Seidenberg,
director, at 446-4923.
Single Parent Planning Meeting Scheduled
for Kent Jewish Community Center
cepted at the door. For further
information call 461-0222.
BTTiT
Ui 11
K specially for Booklovers
We have the necessary diet for all
bookaholics. For the body we
have The Palm Beach Long Life
Diet by Dr. E. Joan Barice; for
the soul we have Rooms Of The
Soul by Howard Schwartz
(Hasidic Tales), and Righteous
Gentile (Story of Raoul
Wallenberg) by John Bierman;
for the brain we have The Second
Self (Computers and the Human
Spirit) by Sherry Turkic Come to
the library for your body and-or
soul.
A steering group of single
parents will meet at the KJCC on
Monday, Feb. 25 at 7 p.m.
The meeting is open to single
parents who are interested in
planning programming for single
parents.
The KJCC is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Pi noil us County. It is located
in Clearwater and it offers
cultural, social, recreational and
educational programs
Jewish community.
to the
The meeting will take place at
the Center's temporary office
facility (at the Golda Meir
Center). To RSVP and for
directions, or for additional
information on any Kent Jewish
Center program, please call
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