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^eJewi5ti Fleiriidli<3 m
Of Pinellas County
' Volume 7 Number 4
St. Petersburg, Florida Friday, February 21, 1986
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Price 35 Cents
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'86 Campaign Total
Passes $830,000 Mark
Blue and White Ball
Blue and White Ball: more photos and story, page 4> Shown here
are: Guest Speaker Irving Bernstein and his wife; Federation
President Stan Newmark and his wife, Enid; Marshall and Reva
Kent; and Dr. Morris and Marilyn he Wine, Blue and White Ball
Chaireouple.
The '86 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign of the Jewish
Federation of Pinellas County has
passed the $830,000 mark, well
over half the way to the '86 goal.
Campaign Coordinators Reva
Kent, Stan Newmark and Charles
Rutenberg announced that the
campaign total, as of Feb. 8, was
$831,062. The 1986 Campaign
goal is $1.45 million.
The separate Project Renewal
campaign, running concurrently
with the CJA campaign, has pass-
ed the half-way mark in its efforts
to raise $400,000, payable over
Super Sunday: Story, page 3
three years, to help Pinellas' twin
Project Renewal community, Tel
Mond.
The $831,062 total for the CJA
campaign includes proceeds from
the Blue and White Ball, held Feb.
8 at the Don CeSar, and pledges
from Super Sunday, Feb. 2.
As the pace of the campaign
quickens, all campaign divisions
are moving ahead with solicita-
tions. The campaign leadership
urges the community to respond
to campaign solicitors when they
make their calls.
In establishing the '86 Cam-
paign goal, the Federation board
set a "bare-bones" goal the
least amount possible to continue
to help Jews locally and aboard
without cutting back. The $1.45
million goal represents that
figure.
To reach the campaign goal
necessary to meet those needs,
each Jewish family in Pinellas
must give a gift commensurate
with its income.
Statistics show that a fair share
gift for people earning $50,000 or
more would range anywhere from
$1,000 to $3,000, depending on
family expenses. For those in
higher income brackets, a much
larger contribution would be
appropriate.
"We appreciate each contribu-
tion no matter how small,"
Federation President Stan
Newmark said. "We know that
sometimes people hesitate
because they are embarrassed to
give just a little, but they know
they can't afford more."
"Each dollar. $5 or $100
counts," Newmark said. "It adds
up. If you stop to think that there
are an estimated 12,000 Jews in
Pinellas County, if each one gave
$1, that would means $12,000. If
each gave $100, we would almost
be at the campaign goal."
"From the Super Sunday
responses, we can see that Jews in
Pinellas understand the need and
some who have never contributed
before are doing so now,"
Newmark said. "That's what it
takes the strength in
numbers." (See related Super
Sunday story.)
If you have not yet been con-
tacted to make a contribution, but
would like to donate, please call
the Federation office (446-1033)
or write the Jewish Federation of
Pinellas County, 301 S. Jupiter
Avenue, Clearwater, Fla. 33515.
A coupon is printed on Page3 for
your convenience.
Local Group Remembers Challenger's Judith Resnik
By JUDY LUDIN
Rabbi Abraham Feffer, a rabbi
who knew Judith Resnik as a child
said that she "was called to touch
the sky" and she followed that
call.
The second U.S. woman in
space, Judy Resnik died with six
crewmates when the shuttle
"Challenger" exploded shortly
after liftoff Jan. 28.
Members of the local Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans (Abe Ader Post 246)
were fortunate enough to be
touched by Judy Resnik when she
came to speak at their convention
in St. Petersburg a couple of years
ago.
"I was very much impressed by
Judy's wit, charm and understan-
ding of women's contributions to
society," said Estelle Silverman,
president of the Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary. "She spoke
about how much the space pro-
gram meant to her. She had a very
comprehensive understanding of
it and explained it with a great
Continued on Psge 7
Family Fair Day At
Jewish Day School
Tasty treats, visual delights and
Israeli dancing for children and
parents will be featured at the
Family Fair Day to be held at the
Pinellas County Jewish Day
School on Sunday, March 9, from
1-4:30 p.m.
A series of parenting workshops
will also be offered including
"Your Child's Self-Esteem,
"Communicating with your
Adolescent," "Stress Reduction
for Children and AduKs: Text
Anxiety," "Passover: How to Run
Your Own Seder" and "Sex
Education."
Family fair is being coor-
dinated by Mark Goodfriend and
Anne Pesacov for the school's
Education Committee, chaired by
Helen Phillips.
Culinary activities for children
will include Hamantaschen bak-
ing, matzah making, and charoset
chopping. Artistic talents will be
featured in a Purim mural, Seder
plate construction, and grogger
making. Activities for children
will be for students in grade
kindergarten through eighth
grade.
"The Jewish Day School is
pleased to make the Family Fair
open to, the community. This pro-
mises to be a fun-filled day for
all," said Principal Mark Silk. Ad-
vance registration is advisable to
ensure an adequate supply of
materials. For further informa-
tion, contact the Jewish Day
School office at 381-8111.
The Pinellas County Jewish Day
School is a beneficiary agency of
the Jewish Federation of Pinellas
County.
Members of the Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary, Post 246, had the opportunity to
meet astronaut Judy Resnik, one of the
members of the ill-fated shuttle Challenger
crew. From left to right, Victoria Husta, Eva
Feldman, Judy Resnik, Estelle Silverman,
Helene Lesser and Ethel Wisotzky.
Stanley Hunter Elected
To Federation Board
Stanley Hunter has been
elected to the Board of the Jewish
Federation of Pinellas County.
A native of New York, Hunter
came to Pinellas County in 1958
and immediately became involved
in Jewish activities.
In the early '60s, he wss a
member of the Pinellas County
Jewish Council, the forerunner of
the Jewish Federation of Pinellas
County, and served as president
of the council. He was also one of
the originators of the Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Service.
Hunter said for the last 10 years
he hasn't been that actively in-
volved and he felt it was time to
further his contribution again.
"The Federation serves an impor-
tant need. There's a lot of work to
do and people are needed to do
it"
He said he sees the fundraising
functions of the Federation as a
key element of the Federation's
service. "Money has got to be col-
lected to fill the needs both here
and abroad." He was elected to
the Federation board in January.
Hunter is in sales and manage-
ment in Tampa. He and his wife,
Patricia, reside in St. Petersburg.
A son Barry is an attorney in
Miami.


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County/Friday, February 21, 1986
Memo from the President
Can we build a genuine Jewish
culture in Pinellas County? By a
"Jewish culture" I mean not only
the "high culture" of art,
literature and scholarship, but
"culture" in its anthropological
sense: an ensemble of shared
values, norms, patterns of
behavior and rationales which in-
tegrate our lives both individually
and communally and which
renders them meaningful.
Building a Jewish culture means
infusing every domain of our ac-
tivity home and family, the
work place, the political arena and
our intellectual, ethical, aesthetic
and spiritual sensibilities with a
Judaically informed world view
and ethos.
A Jewish culture must rest on
foundations of Jewish knowledge
and belief. We are all committed
Jews. But are we sufficiently sure
of what we are committed to? It is
not enough to be dedicated to
"Jewish continuity" as an end in
itself. We need, for ourselves, for
our children, a clear vision and
understanding of what it means to
be a Jew, which makes that con-
tinuity worthwhile.
We are now convinced of the


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necessity of transmitting
Jewishness to future generations.
Our educational enterprise is
devoted to this task. But educa-
tion, conceived as a process
isolated from the community and
culture in which it is embedded,
can not do the job alone. There is a
larger educational task, directed
not first at our children, but at
ourselves. We must become the
students and the teachers in order
to define together the content of
an American Jewish culture the
norms and the values which will
be worth persevering and
transmitting.
We will not do this by seeking to
turn back the clock and to re-
create a Jewish culture of bygone
eras. The conditions of our lives
are irrevocably different. Ours
will be a distinctly North
American Jewish culture. It will
be pluralistic; it will support our
full and active participation in the
society and culture around us.
But it will have to answer, more
elaborately and persuasively than
we have yet been able to do, the
central and perpetual question:
how and why to live as Jews.
Neither the Holocaust nor Israel
nor our elaborate institutional
network can themselves provide
Stanley Newmark
the answers. Only a pervasive
Jewish culture shaping a viable
Jewish community can make the
decision to be Jewish a compelling
and fulfilling one for ourselves
and our children.
Creating a Jewish culture is not
a task for our synagogues or our
schools alone, though they must
surely play a central role. Culture
building must start in the home.
The first step is to see ourselves
precisely as that as the builders
of a Jewish culture.
Every involved Jew can be con-
sidered a building block of our
Jewish culture; which will enable
and enrich not only our lives, but
the lives of Jews who desperately
need our help.
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PURIM FESTIVAL
Families, couples, singles,
seniors celebrate Purim with
your friends at the JCC s Purim
Festival on Sunday, March 23
from 12:30-4:30 p.m.
The program includes lunch to
be served from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
and a costume parade and contest
at 1 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in
each age category for Best Queen
Esther, Best Mordechai and most
creative purim symbol from
1:30-2:30 p.m. Humorous purim
carnival games for the children
and dessert for all.
At 2:30 p.m. there will be a
Purim Shpil a music revue
featuring the St. Petersburg
dance theatre in cooperation with
the St. Petersburg dance factory.
Admission in advance: adult
members $10, adult non-members
$12, students age 6-12 $5,
children 5 and under free. Show
only: adult $5 students 12 and
under $2. Tickets are now on sale
at the JCC office.
For further information contact
Betty or Debbie at 344-5795.
KARATE CLASS
Martial arts are a highly effec-
tive method of mental and
physical training. The JCC is now
offering karate classes for men
and women, ages 12-65 on Tues-
day and Thursday evenings from
6:15-7:15 p.m.
The instructor will be Neal
Hummerstone of Hummerstone's
International Karate Center. Mr.
Hummerstone also teaches karate
for children ages 5-12 on
Tuesdays from,4-5 p.m.
Class fees for both karate
classes are $20 per month for
members and $25 per month for
non-members. Single class fee $5.
For more information contact
Betty Bohan, program director, at
344-5795.
SAFARI/CARAVAN
Safari/Caravan "explores
Florida" during the first session
of camp with stops in Fort Meyers
to visit Thomas Edison's Winter
Home and Waltzing Waters. Then
Your Chance To
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charitable organization, which, since 1901, has planted
millions of trees in Israel.
The JEWISH NATIONAL FUND within hours of the recent
tragedy that befell the Challenger and the seven brave
Astronauts, set aside land in the American Independence
Park outside of Jerusalem to create the
CHALLENGER MEMORIAL FOREST.
Your generous donation is urgently needed so that this
forest can immediately be created. You will be rewarded with
the knowledge that you have directly helped in keeping the
memory of our Astronauts alive.
Your Tax Deductible contribution of $35 will plant 7
treesone for each Astronaut. Any number of trees may
be planted at $5 per treethe number will come from your
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it's on to Fort Lauderdale to cool
off at Six Flags Atlantis, a new
and exciting amusement park.
The following day in Miami we'll
visit the museum of science and
space transit planetarium and
historical museum of Southern
Florida. Be sure and pack your
swimsuits because we'll be hitting
those beaches. The fourth day of
the trip will include the Metro Zoo
and Planet Ocean. On the way
back to St. Petersburg we will
visit Jungle Larry's African
Safari and Caribbean Gardens in
Naples.
Second session will include a
journey to the Atlanta area. Some
of the sites we will visit are six
flags over Georgia, Stone Moun-
tain, The Cyclorama, The Atlanta
Zoo and the mountains near
Gainesville Georgia. More details
to come!
Safari and Caravan are for
campers entering 5th, 6th, 7th
and 8th grades enrollment is now
being accepted for Safari/Caravan
as well as kindercamp, Junior and
Senior Kadima.
February savings are in effect
until the 28th.
For registration and fee infor-
mation contact the JCC office.
LOOK WHO'S COMING
TO CAMP
Are any of these names familiar
to you? Would you like your name
added next month? Sign up now
and see yours there!
Morgan Freeble, Chris Olsen
Heather Zimbler, Joel Berman
Jodi Berman, Nichole Friedel'
Debbie Friedel, Benjamin
Dykman, Beth Wainright, Robyn
Le Vine, Stacy Le Vine, Scott Le
Vine, Jacob Nail, Brian Kanner,
Richard Kanner, Jessica Sher
Stacy Sher, Audrey Bohan, Mark
bembler, Eric Sembler, Elissa
Graham, Amy Ehlers. Will Lazen-
by, Rachel Poll, Cory Resnick,
Chris Brault.
SENIOR FRIENDSHIP
CLUB
The Senior Friendship Club will
be celebrating it's 28th anniver-
sary with a party on Monday,
March 10, at noon at the Dolphin
Motor Resort, 4900 Gulf Blvd., St.
Petersburg Beach.
The guest speaker will be
former St. Petersburg Mayor,
Corrine Freeman. The cost will be
$5 for members and $9 for non-
members.
For information contact Irving
Silyerraan at 82J-6483.
Chatterbox
By GLADYS OSHER
NCJW LUNCHEON: The National Council of Jewish Women's
luncheon at the Feather Sound Country Club drew many of the
caring women the organization is known for and it was a pleasure
to be in their company.
President Marilyn Smith, Audrey Greenberg, Ronnj,
Pollack, Susie Schwarta, Teri VogeL Beckie Bernham, Joanne
Bokor, Ruth Eiseman. Sandy Harwood and Rosa Harris were
among those attending. The program featured an explanation of
just some of the many reforms and social action programs NCJW
has inauguraed for children as well as women.
BANNERS: Emily Gertman displayed the large CALL
POLICE banners available through the NCJW for women to
place in their cars as a safety measure when they are stuck on the
road.
FAMILY REUNION: Janice Phillips told an interesting story
at the NCJW luncheon about a family reunion of hers in Paris, at-
tended by some 50 relatives from Geneva, Switzerland and all
over France. Her grandfather was one of 11 children and three
came to this country, making for the extended family.
One cousin, who lives in Paris, makes tapes for the blind,
another NCJW project, and is a member there (NCJW is an inter-
national organization).
CONGRATULATIONS: Judy Gordon became a life member of
NCJW at the luncheon.
HELLO COUSIN: Ran into my long-lost cousin from
Cleveland, Rebecca, who moved to the Suncoast four months ago
with her husband. Dr. Charles Long who is now with the Tampa
Veterans Hospital, and their family.
Rebecca is already involved locally with recruiting for Brandeis
University, her alma mater. Her daughter is attending Brandeis
also. Rebecca is the daughter of Rabbi Armond Cohen, of Park
Synagogue in Cleveland.
WECOME BACK: Dr. Joel and Miriam Schrange have return-
ed home to Pinellas after months at Oxford in England.
SYNAGOGUE CONCERT: For the next year, Robert
Marinoff sang at a concert at Congregation Beth Sholom in
Gulf port to a sell-out crowd. Those attending the John Brom-
wichs. Milton Hermans, Harold Wards, Dave Mayovers,
Dorothy Mailman and Sarah Armon.
Sam Vogel, synagogue education director, arranged the entire
show. He has arranged for a lady cantor to perform March 9. The
cantor, Phyllis Stoltz of Venice, Fla. is the daughter of Sam and
Sonia Marcus of St. Petersburg.
NEW ARRIVALS: New residents in the area, the Max Roths.
also attended. The Roths are from Cleveland.
TEMPLE ART SHOW: Hope you didn't miss the Temple Beth
El Art Festival. Ellie Angintar d Sonya Miler and her committee
worked year round on the show and you could tell it. It gets better
and better each year so professional. Among the many pur-
chasers, Helen and Bob Kornhouaer bought a beautiful statute
for their home. Dr. Cheater and Doris Rabat were also ther
every pround of their daughter Nina. She is doing great at Emory
University, where she is a student.
Others attending the art show included Frieda Sohon, Ruth
Wallach Suville and Larry Morse, the Sy Ripps and Ira
Mi tons. Marilyn and Jack Friemab. Elsie Estroff and Bea
Goldsmith.
Kate Shapiro and Harriette Wittenberg manned the drawing
for a Hible painting.
TEEN WORKERS: Hard-working teens helping out at the
snack bar were Rachel Knosner, Jason Myerson and Michelle
Graham.
Seymour Meren's youngest daughter. Linda, just passed the
ar ."? Chicago and is coming down to the Suncoast to take the
r londa Bar, so she'll be entitled to practice law in both states.
ANNIVERSARY: Congratulations to Louis and J"Ka Winer
on their 59th wedding annniversary. The Clearwater couple were
married Feb. 6. 1927. Would you believe Calivin Coolidge was
president then.
CONGRATULATIONS: Mazel Tov goes out to Harold Hafel
ior his election to the board of directors of the Weizmann
Institute.
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Super Sunday: Thank You, You Answered the Call
Super Sunday, the annual
telethon to raise funds for the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal, went over goal this year.
"We're very, very pleased,"
Super Sunday co-chairman Julius
(Julie) Malkin said. "The goal was
$55,000, and we raised $58,431!"
Malkin and his wife, Jean, were
chaircouple of Super Sunday '86.
"On behalf of myself and Jean,
we have to say Super Sunday was
very well organized this year,"
Julius Malkin said. "And that was
because we had an outstanding
committee."
"The work only really gets done
and the figures reached when you
have such hard workers," he said.
"Not only the committee, but all
the hundreds of volunteers all
cooperated with each other and
everyone got into the act. They
really realized the need and what
it's all about."
"It was wonderful to see all the
fun and excitement building as the
pledges grew. It was definitely a
lot of good fun and good food, all
donated, plus the added benefit of
knowing you're doing something
worthwhile."
"I know both Jean and I find we
get a great satisfaction and
pleasure out of working Super
Sundays," he said. "It's our
fourth year, the second as
chairmen."
Co-chairman Jean Malkin
agreed.
"On behalf of myself and Jean,
Mel and Myrna (associate chair-
couple Mel and Myrna Fergen-
baum), the committee and the
Federation, we want to say a big
'Thank You' to all the volunteers,
Superior Surgical and the JCC for
the facilities and everyone who
worked so hard, and especially to
all those who answered the call
and made their pledges," Jean
Malkin said.
"I know this thank you is also
expressed on behalf of all the Jews
in need, both here and abroad,
who will benefit because of Super
Sunday."
The 1985 Super Sunday pledges
totalled $41,310. The total of
$58,431 pledged this Super Sun-
day represented a 41 percent in-
crease card-per-card. The pledges
represent a total of 1,001 gifts or
people pledging.
Super Sunday records show a
trend extremely pleasing to
Federation and campaign
personnel.
Of the '86 total $58,431, just
over 20 percent ($12,694) was
pledged by people who did not
contribute last year or possibly
never have contributed. That
represented contributions from
249 people.
"The theme of the campaign has
been Jews Helping Each Other, a
united, cooperative effort,"
Federation officials said. "The
number of new contributions is
encouraging. We're becoming
more united and that's what it
takes everyone reaching out to
help because everyone needs help
at one time or another."
Your Super Sunday
Volunteers
The Planning
Committee
Jean and Julie Malkin, chaircou-
ple; Myrna and Mel Fergenbaum,
associate chaircouple; Elaine and
Joseph Stern, volunteer recruit-
ment; Ellen and Joel Goetz, food
and drink; Sue Schechter, publici-
ty; Fred Margolis, JCC facility
coordinator and phone trainer;
Sophie Glasgow, Superior
Surgical phone trainer; Sidney
Werner, non-phone solicitor and
special squad; Mark Silk, poster
display coordinator; and Saul
Schechter, Superior Surgical
Facility coordinator and T-shirts.
room supervisors
Arlene Levine, Joanne and
Bruce Bokor, Leah Glasgow, Lee
and Suzy Morgan, Lyla Bailin,
Neal Kuniansky, Sandra and Gary
Brown and Reva Pearlstein.
Super Sunday Sponsors
Alert Wholesale Co., Bounty
Catering, Carl's Deli, Creative
Catering, Grant's Bakery, Janee
Boutique, Jo-El Specialty Foods,
Kapok Tree, Superior Surgical,
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Pickle
Barrel, Tampa Bay Telephone and
Tee's Party Center.
VOLUNTEERS
PHONE
-9:30-12
Elaine Belkin, Stove Benjamin, David
Bowman, Ron Diner, Edna Classman, Ellen
Classman, Ethel Honigman, Barry
Horowita, Murry Kahana, Harry Kantin,
Reva Kent, Herman Lichtenberg, Irma
Lichtenberg, Charles Rutenberg. David Se-
dienberg, M.J. Seidenberg, Sain Siblerx
weig, Jim Sobie, Leonard Sweet, Pauline
Rosenberg, Mark Silk, Tuckie Meddin.
OTHER
Jean Malkin, Julie Malkin, Sophia
Glasgow, Sid Warner, Paul Levine, Joe
Stern, Elaine Stern. Stan Newmark, Sue
Schachter, Saul Schachter.
11:30-2
Ronnie Bernstein, Sylvia Blumenthal,
David Bowman, Betty Cohen, William
Cohen, Lillian Goodman, Len Leeb, Belle
Lurie, Bernie Lurie, Alfred Mark, Bernard
Panush, Charles Segal. Terry Segal, MoUie
Shevinaky, Edwin Strauss, Mrs. Edwin
Strauss, Morris Talmanson, Morris
Moahenberg, Jean Goodman, Simon Good-
man, Terri Vogel, Sharon Colick.
1:30-4
Weiss Wohle, Rabbi Stuart Berman,
David Bowman. Mrs. Bert Cohen, Leonard
Cohen. Eve EUis, Greg Fox. Mildred Galla-
ty. Marvin Goldman, Renee Goldman,
Jerome Granoff, Anne Gurevitz, William
Harris, Barbara Rocker, Reva Rosenbach,
Carol Rubin. Ed Schultx. Al Sulkes, Bill
Wolfson, Sue Wolfson, Jean Orloff.
3:304
David Bowman, Mrs. Bert Cohen, Eve
Ellis, Louis Goldstein, Jean Goldstein,
Harold Haftel, Paul Hochberg, Rosalyn
Hochberg. Robert Kline, Teas Molin. Nettie
Rubin, Dick Stapleton, Herb Strauss, Al
Sulkes. Sarah Yager, Lenny Yager.
NON-PHONE
9:30-12
Harold Jacobs, Hilda Jacobs, Chris
Blume, Bruce Bokor, Joann Bokor, Ben
Bush, Leonard Cohen, Ruth Cohen, Vera
Finkelstein, Milton Kahan, Terri Kahan,
Anne Kahana, Anne Lane, Harry Lane,
Arlene Levine. Curt Mayer, Marion Myers.
Nick Noble, Jr.. Frances Olitzky. Bruce
Orloff, Sharon Rophie, Lillian Silberzweig,
Henry Stevens, Joey Kaufman, Jean Rosen-
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Blue and White Ball: A Dazzling Success
Nearly 200 members of the
Pinellas Jewish community turned
out Saturday evening, Feb. 8 for
the annual Blue and White Ball.
Coordinating the glittering
event at the Don Ce Sar Resort
Hotel with Chaircouple Dr. and
Mrs. Morris LeVine. were
associate chaircouples Dr. and
Mrs. David Wolstein and Dr. and
Mrs. Fred Liberman.
Those who atended were re-
quired to pledge a minimum of
$1,250 to the 1986 Combined
Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Those in attendance were:
Blue and White Ball
Guest List
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Albert
Dr. and Mrs. Chester Babat
Jill Bailin
Leland Behr and Jane Meyer
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Benjamin
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Benstock
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Benstock
Lillian Berni
Dr. and Mrs. David Bernstein
Chris Blume
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bokor
Rabbi and Mrs. Jan Bresky
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brodaky
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brody
Rabbi and Mrs. Kenneth Bromberg
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Carvallo
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Charkins
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dinar
Mr. and Mrs. William Fleece
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fox
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Freifeld
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Gilbert
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Gold
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldblatt
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Grau
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Greenberg
Dr. and Mrs. William Greenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gross
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gurin
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Igel
Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kallman
Dr. and Mrs. Allan Kau
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Keidan
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kent
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Klein
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lawrence
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Lerner
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Lesser
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Levine
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Levine
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Levine
Dr. and Mrs Fred Lieberman
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Linaky
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loebenberg
Dr. and Mrs. Owen Linder
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lovitz
Rabbi Jacob Luski and
Mrs. Rose Luski
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Lynn
Mr and Mrs. Stanley Michels
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Miller
Dr. and Mrs. David Mokotoff
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Newmark
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Nicoletti
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Orloff
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pawlan
Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Pearlstein
Tina Petrakas
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Rauchway
Sidney Richman and Toby Bresler
Mr. and Mrs. David Bobbins
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rolfe
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rothman
Dr. and Mrs. Howard Rubin
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Saakin
Dr. and Mrs. Al Schick
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schwartz
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Schechter
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Seigel
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sehgman
Mr and Mrs. Mel Sembler
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shapiro
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Sharkey
Mr and Mrs. Craig Sher
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Sher
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silberman
Mr. and Mrs. James Soble
Dr. and Mrs. Zucel Sole
Dr. and Mrs. George Stem
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Stiegiiu
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tench
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Waitz
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Wemtraub
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Werner
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winer
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Friday, February 21, 1986/The Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County Page 5
Children Write Refuseniks Holocaust Memorial Project Grows
The children of Temple Ahavat
Shalom's Religious School are cur-
rently mailing letters to the Soviet
Union and Jewish families there.
The children were supplied with a
list of names of Refuseniks as
the Soviet Jews denied requests to
leave Russia are called along
with guides to writing letters and
cards from ORT of Pinellas
County.
Religious school principal,
Elaine Wolstein, and her staff
provided the children with the
necessary background, while Rab-
bi Jan Bresky explained the
spiritual basis for the project.
The letter-writing project was
kicked off at a Super Sunday
assemblv the Temple s Social Ac-
tion Chairman, Dr. Noman Gross.
He pointed out that the Jewish
children in the Soviet Union must
study Hebrew and prepare for
their Bar and Bat Mitzvahs in
secret.
The children were urged to
make the project a family effort
by recruiting their parents to par
ticipate in the letter writing.
In addition, Dr. Gross asked the
children to "urge your parents to
be generous in their contributions
when called by the Jewish Federa-
tion's United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign volunteers. Remind them
that part of their contribution
helps our Soviet and Ethiopian
Jewish brothers and sisters reset-
tle in Israel."
Just a few months ago, ground
was broken in Washington, D.C.
for a project especially significant
for the Jewish people.
The project is
Holocaust Memorial
commemorate the
Jews and millions
persecuted to death
the U.S.
Museum to
six-million
of others
during the
From The Rabbi's Desk
ELATION, DEPRESSION,
RESOLVE
By RABBI
KENNETH BROMBERG
I was moved to tears as you
were on the day Natan (nee
Anatoly) Scharansky crossed the
bridge into the arms of his beloved
A vital, and, soon thereafter, into
the warm, welcoming bosom of his
extended family, the Jewish peo-
ple, in Israel, and, by extension,
wherever there are Jews
throughout the world. With you, I
am grateful for whatever the
political, humanitarian considera-
tions were that freed Natan
Scharansky at long last. With you,
I pray that this health will be fully
restored and that he and A vital
will be blessed with the free-born
child they both want so much.
But, it never lets up. On the day
Natan Scharansky was freed I
learned about Leonid Volvovsky,
a Soviet-Jewish citizen sentenced
to three years imprisonment for
"circulating anti-Soviet slander."
More specifically, Volvovsky was
charged with lending the novel
EXODUS to friends and with
distributing aging copies of
ISRAEL TODAY, a now defunct
cultural magazine. For that, he
was sentenced to three years in
prison. It probably did not help
Mr. Volvovsky's case when it was
revealed that he gave private
Hebrew lessons in the city of
Gorky (remember that, children,
when you resist going to Hebrew
school and remember that,
lewish parents, when you ac-
quiesce in your children's
resistance). Let the record show
as well that Leonid Volvovsky was
i'-nied the defense lawyer of his
hoice and that the public was bar-
red from his trial including, for-
cibly, the defendant's wife.
Let the record also show that
we are aware of the cases of 15
other Soviet Jews arrested since
August 1984. Their crime? Par-
ticipation in private Jewish study
groups (remember that, free Jews
of Pinellas County, when you
eschew all opportunities for adult
Jewish education). Reportedly,
five of the 15 were subject to
beatings and rape while awaiting
trial in prison. These 15 Soviet
citizens, as well as Leonid Volvov-
sky, had all applied unsuccessfully
for permission to leave the Soviet
Union before joining groups that
study Jewish culture. "Cir-
culating anti-Soviet slander" is, of
course, a charge routinely used by
Soviet authorities to punish
dissenters who distribute material
regarded as politically unaccep-
table by the authorities.
So, there it is. Scharansky at
last is free and Volvovsky is in
prison. As for us, our alertness to
the condition of Soviet Jewry, our
proclivity for compassion fatigue,
and our resolve to help in any way
possible are once again on the line.
We must regard the rescue of.
Soviet and other oppressed
Jewries as permanently and con-
tinuously on the agenda of world
Rabbi Kenneth Bromberg
Jewry not subject to movement
back and forth from the "front
burner" to the "back burner." We
surely may take a moment to re-
joice with Natan and Avital
Scharansky, but now there is
Leonid...
Nazi terror of World War II.
The museum will feature a
centerpiece Hall of Remem-
brance. Original artifacts, photos
and documents will be exhibited in
a Hall of Witness, an exhibition
pavilion and a public education
pavilion.
Although groundbreaking
ceremonies only occurred this
past fall, the project has been
underway and on the drawing
boards since 1980 when it was
mandated by Congress.
The delay was to allow planning
time and for contributions to
reach a significant amount (about
$15 million) of the overall $100
million cost which is being rais-
ed through private philanthropy.
Efforts to raise the funds and
facilitate construction of the na-
tional project are being called "A
Campaign To Remember" with
the project headed by Elie Wiesel,
author, humanist and Holocaust
survivor.
Wiesel was liberated by
American troops from the
Buchenwald death camp.
The campaign is already under-
way in almost half the 50 states.
Stanley Igel of Largo, one of the
area's Holocaust survivors, was
contacted recently for his opinion
of the project.
"It will be perhaps the greatest
Holocaust memorial outside the
actual camp sites," Igel said, "and
speaking for myself and Lusia (his
wife) nothing could be better. All
those who died, both Jews ang
Gentiles, must not be forgotten,"
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Stanley Igel
he said. "And by the stress on
education, history will be preserv-
ed. There is so much that happen-
ed that is already being forgotten.
The books and movies can tell only
so much."
Igel and his wife survived the
Holocaust by ''going
underground" in their native
Poland, hidden by friends
sometimes and, at others, living in
the forests working with the
Resistance.
It turns out Igel has more than
just a survivor's interest in the
"Campaign to Remember." Igel
acknowledged he has been asked
to head the steering committee
for West Florida, to spearhead ef-
forts to raise funds for the
museum.
"It's a great honor to even be
asked," Igel said, "But I'm not
sure I'm going to take it. I'm even
sure how my name got out."
"It would be a great honor for
me as a Jew, let alone as a sur-
vivor, but I'm not getting any
younger I'm 73. Fart of me
wishes someone younger would
come forward.
"I came here to retire and I'm
involved in so many things
already. I'd have to give up
something. I'll have to think about
it."
Igel is emphatic about the worth
of the project. "It's not just for us
who survived, although it means a
lot to us that it and those who died
will be remembered. It's for
future generations of Jews and all
who have ever been persecuted or
ever will be. If it is remembered,
maybe it won't happen again."
Project Caring:
Sharing Shabbat
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Petersburg has begun a unique
program. Each week, children in
grades 3 through 7 participate in a
Junior Congregation. Recently, a
new dimension to the Junior Con-
gregation service has been added.
"Project Caring" is the new pro-
gram of sharing their Shabbat
morning service with the"
residents of the neighboring nurs-
ing home, Menorah Manor.
The children, led by Youth
Director, Mark Goodfriend, con-
duct the services in both Hebrew
and English, sing songs and occa-
sionally dance for the residents.
Having already attended several
such services, the positive effect
for both residents and the children
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Congregations, Organizations Events
TAMPA BAY
JEWISH SINGLES
COUNCIL
Shabbat TBJS-Style
An evening of meeting new
friends and reacquainting with old
is planned for Friday, Feb. 28 at 9
p.m. Attend services at the Tem-
ple of your choice, then join the
singles at Carol Rubin's House
and celebrate the Sabbath TBJS
fashion.
If you missed our last oneg
here's your chance to see what
everyone's talking about! Good
food and good company
guaranteed. Directions to Carol's:
1461 Ridgeland Circle North ,
Clearwater. North on Highland,
left on Ridgeland Road, right on
Ridgeland Circle North to 1461.
For more information or direc-
tions contact Carol at 442-5000 or
Sandy at 797-3536. Shabbat
Shalom.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
CLEARWATER
Sponsor Children's
Home Event
In conjunction with the Bat
Mitzvah celebration of the Clear-
water B'nai B'rith Women's
chapter and the 35th anniversary
of the B'nai B'rith Women's
Children's Home in Israel, the
organization will sponsor a "gift
of Love" brunch on Sunday,
March 2, 11 a.m., at the Coun-
tryside Country Club in
Clearwater.
Among the guests will be Har-
riet Horwitz, International vice
president. She will speak on the
Children's Home and other facets
of B'nai B'rith Women's work in
Israel.
The Children's Home, a unique
residential treatment center for
emotionally disturbed boys, in one
of B'nai B'rith Women's most en-
during contributions to Israel's
future.
According to Yecheskiel Cohen,
director of the Home, "my boys,"
as he calls them, are typically
from broken or displaced homes
or from families with a troubling
situation.
They come to the Children's
Home, just outside Jerusalem,
when all other resources have
been exhausted. And after an
average stay of four years, most
of them an impressive 70 per-
cent are able to leave the Home
and become productive sons of
Israel.
As the only privately establish-
ed institution of its kind for this
age group in Israel, the Home at-
tracts experts in mental health
from all over the country.
For more information on the
Children's Home or for ticket in-
formation to the "Gift of Love"
Brunch, please call 797-7772 or
784-5504.
TEMPLE
B'NAI ISRAEL
Open House
In honor of Brotherhood month,
Temple B'nai Israel, Clearwater,
and its Sisterhood, will hold an
open house Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m.
The program will include ex-
planations of the temple's newly
acquired Windows of Prayer and
of Eastern European 17th Cen-
tury village life. Special spiritual
and liturgical music will complete
the evening.
Rabbi Arthur Baseman will re-
count the amazing history of the
Windows of Prayer (only visible
from inside the sanctuary), while
Joy Katzen-Guthrie will provide
the appropriate musical
background.
Mildred Lewis will explain the
close knit "shtetl" life of the
world portrayed in "Fiddler on
the Roof."
All segments of the Pinellas
County community Jewish and
Gentile, are welcome to attend
this open house. Refreshments
will be served. Admission is free.
TEMPLE
B'NAI ISRAEL
Adult Institute
On four successive Monday
evenings, Feb. 24, March 3, 10
and 17, Temple B'nai Israel,
Clearwater, is offering courses
dealing with vital Jewish
concerns.
At 7 p.m. Rabbi Arthur I.
Baseman will explore Rabbinic
Wisdom and Valves in relation to
men and women, prayer, holiness
and justice.
At 8:15 p.m. Two courses are
available:
Dr. Xenia Fane will provide a
practical and fun approach to
Shabbat: Why, How and What?
Zena W. Sulkes will investigate
authority and morality through
The Prophets-A View of Morality
and Authority.
Special Note: At Temple B'nai
Israel, there is an on-going
Hebrew class on Tuesdays at 2
p.m. for beginners and in-
termediate students.
The courses are open to the
public. All are invited. For infor-
mation, call Zena Sulkes at
531-5829.
BETH CHAI
Interfaith Service
Feb. 21: Congregation Beth
Chai, 125th St. and 86th Ave.
North, Brotherhood Shabbat will
include an interfaith service.
Father George Gentry will ad-
dress the interfaith congregation.
Jewish National
Fund Shabbat
Feb. 28: Jewish National Fund
Shabbat at Congregation Beth
Chai. 125th St and 86th Ave.
North. Friday night services at 8
p.m.
Rummage Sale
March 16: Beth Chai Rummage
and Yard Sale. Spend this Sunday
afternoon at a Jewish flea market.
Merchandise needed, help
wanted, all welcome. Contact
Joanne Kloor, chairman, c/o Con-
gregation Beth Chai, 125th St.
and 86th Ave. North, Seminole.
CONGREGATION
BETH SHOLOM
Classes to End
Sam Vogel, chairman of the
Adult Education Committee of
Congregation Beth Sholom
1844-54 St. South, Gulfport, an-
nounces that the Hebrew and
Torah classes instructed by Rabbi
Dvorkin will end on Monday, Feb.
24. Members and friends are urg-
ed to attend for it is very
enlightening. It will be held at the
synagogue. There is no charge.
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Yiddish Night
The next Yiddish night will be
on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Michail Eisenstadt, the announcer
of F.M. Station 88.5 Jewish Hour
broadcasted Sunday mornings
from Tampa, will be our guest.
Mr. Eisenstadt will play many
Yiddish and Hebraic records.
There is no charge.
CONGREGATION
B'NAI ISRAEL
Yiddish Festival
Planned
Congregation B'nai Israel of St.
Petersburg announces its Yiddish
Festival of the Arts, to be held
March 5 through 19. The Festival
will include three outstanding
cultural events a film, a concert
and lecture. All programs begin at
8 p.m.
Wednesday, March 5 Film:
"Yiddish: The Mame-Loshn" (Yid-
dish: the Mother Tongue): a por-
trait of a unique and tenacious
language and culture. An award
winning documentary written,
produced and reported by Pierre
Sauvage, who although Jewish,
grew up without Yiddish in a
French speaking New York home.
This film is his exploration of the
cultural roots he never knew.
Wednesday, March 12 Concert:
Chayele Ash and Abraham
Fuhrman in concert. An evening
at the Yiddish Musical Comedy
Theatre. Help keep Yiddish alive.
Includes Chassidic songs, folk
songs, Hebrew songs, humor, and
sketches a truly delightful and
unique evening. $6 general ad-
mission tickets on sale.
Wednesday, March 19 Lec-
ture: with guest speaker, Abraham
Luski. This evening of Yiddish
literature is an experience you
shouldn't miss. Abraham Luski,
who is one of the founders of the
Yiddish Institute, in Wild Acres,
N.C., is one of America's finest
Yiddish-ista. Through his fine
presentation of dramatic even
moving interpretation of
readings, he truly makes the
words "come alive." Even if you
cannot understand Yiddish, you
will see that his readings are more
than just words. Free.
Family Shabbat
On Friday evening, Feb. 21, the
Pauline Rivkind Talmud Torah's
Alef Class will share in a tradi-
tional Shabbat dinner at 6 p.m.
preceding the Friday evening ser-
vice at 8 p.m. During the service,
the students of the Alef Class will
participate in the service, and
then will join the Kol Rina Choir in
some traditional Shabbat and
Hebrew melodies. The students of
the Alef Class will also receive
their first prayer books in a
special "Kabalat Hasidur"
ceremony.
Mazel tov to: Pamela Cohen,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Cohen; Steven Critelli, son of Mrs.
Debra Critelli; Lesley Bayarsky,
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Irwin
Bayarsky; Eleanor Eichenbaum,
daugher of Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Eichenbaum; Barbara Gordon,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mark
Gordon; Jeffrey Green, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Green; Dawn Jacob-
son, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jef-
frey Jacobson; Keith Leon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Leon;
Mathew and Malinda Rosenberg,
children of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Rosenberg; Ariel Rubinsky,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Rubinsky; Sara Kesler, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Kesler; and
Rodney Urquhart, son of Fern
Urquhart.
HADASSAH
Mine and Magic
Join the Shoshanim Chapter of
Hadassah for marvelous mime,
magnificent magic, delectable
desserts (made by Hadassah
members) and warmth among
friends on Saturday, March 22 at
8 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Morris LeVine, 1900 Park St. N.,
St. Petersburg. $7.50 per person
donation payable to Hadassah.
Reservations preferred: 521-2444
or 398-4283.
BRANDEIS WOMEN
Fund-Raiser
St. Petersburg Chapter of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee (BUNWC) is
sponsoring a "Wine and Dine
Dance" to be held at the South
Pasadena City Hall, 7047 Sunset
Drive, South Pasadena, (Hibiscus
Room) on Saturday, March 1.
A wine reception will be held at
6:30 p.m., with a full course
gourmet dinner served at 7 p.m.
There will also be a Viennese
dessert table and door prizes.
This is the first fund-raising af-
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Boston, Mass.
The charge is $12.50 per person;
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Zelda Kroll, 5515 48th Ave.
North, St. Petersburg, FL 33709.
Guests are welcome. For further
information, call 546-3616.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
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The Jewish War Veterans 90th
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16.
The Abe Ader Post and Aux-
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Grand Celebration at Spoto's Ban-
quet villa, 12999 Park Blvd.,
Seminole with cocktails at 1 p.m.
and dinner at 2 p.m. The celebra-
tion will include a program and
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Community Calendar
Friday, February 21
Shabbat Candlelighting, 6:08 p.m.
Deadline Jewish Floridian for March 7 edition.
Saturday. February 22
Congregation Beth Sholom, Gulfport, Yiddish Night with
Michail Eisenstadt, 7:80 p.m. Free. '
Sunday, February 23
Congregation B'nai Israel flea market at the synagogue, 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Jewish War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary Bay Pines Hospital
visit, 1 p.m.
Kent JCC, Me and My Daddy program after Sunday school.
Lunch, games, etc. Fee: members $4, nonmembere $5. For
reservations, call Caryn Perking, 736-1494.
Kent JCC, Tiny Tota Bunch, 10-11:30 a.m. For 2- and 3-year-
olds and a parent. Games, songs, storytelling, refreshments.
Fee: members S3, nonmembers $4. Call 736-1494 for
reservations.
Congregation Beth Sholom, Gulfport, Men's Club Paid-up lun-
cheon, noon. Members free, guests $3. Reservations required.
Jewish War Veterans and Ladies Auxiliary Abe Ader Post
No. 246, breakfast meeting, 9:30 a.m. JCC. Program:
Americanism essay contest winners.
Monday. February 24
Westwind ORT chapter general meeting. 12:30 p.m. Eleanor
Adler's home, 2681 Forest Run Ct., Clearwater. Presentation
on ElderhosteU.
Golda Meir Friendship Club trip to Sea World.
Tuesday, February 25
Board meeting Jewish War Veterans Paul Surenky Post No
409.
Government Affairs Committee Legislative Breakfast, 8 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Women General meeting.
Temple B'nai Israel, Clearwater. Open House. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, February 26
National Council of Jewish Women, St. Petersburg Section,
meeting noon at the JCC. Theme of the meeting is
Brotherhood. Spaker: Rabbi Stuart Berman of Congregation
Beth Chai.
Hadassah Aliyah Group board meeting.
Kent JCC Abba v Ani for Dads and children K-5, 6:30-8 .m.
ror more information, call Caryn Perkins, 736-1494.
Thursday, February 27
National Council of Jewish Women, Suncoast Section,
Presents author Ellen Rosenberg. Program "Getting Closer -
low Children Really Feel About Growing Up; How we Csn
Help Them Feel Better," 7:30-9 p.m. Tyrone Middle School,
6421 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Donstion of $5 suggested.
Reservations to: Beverly Mitlin, P.O. Box 3361, St. Petersburg,
Fla. 33731-3361.
Jewish Business and Professional Women's Network of
Pinellas County in cooperation with Kent JCC. Program: Time
Management, 7:30 p.m., Kent JCC, 1965 Virginia St.,
Clearwater.
Friday. February 28
Shabbat Candlelighting, 6:13 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Women. Clearwater Chapter, Shabbat Services
Temple Ahavat Shalom, 8 p.m. in recognition of chapter's Bat
Mitzvah.
Saturday. March 1
Brandeis University National Women's Committee, St.
Petersburg Chapter. Wine and Dine Dance. 6:30 p.m., South
Pasadena City Hall, 7047 Sunset Drive, South Pasadena.
Charge: $12.50 per person. For more information, call
546-3616.
Sunday, March 2
Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary Abe Ader Post No. 246.

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luncheon benefiting the Young Women's Residence, 1 p.m. JCC.
Donation: $5 or household items.
Congregation Beth Sholom, Gulfport. Men's Club, breakfast,
10 a.m. Program: piano recital by Samuel Grossman, who or-
chestrated music for early Broadway shows, recordings, radio
and television. Donation: $2.50.
Clearwater B'nai B'rith Women "Gift of Love" brunch, 11
a.m., Countryside County Club.
Monday, March 3
Jewish War Veterans Ladies' Auxiliary board meeting, 10
a.m. Golda Meir Center.
ORT Evening Group Fashion Show, Ruth Eckerd Hall, 7 p.m.
For more information, call Marsha Molle, 733-2959.
North Pinellas Chapter of Hadassah board meeting.
Golda Meir Friendship Club business meeting.
Wedaesday. March 5
Hadassah, Clearwater chapter, board meeting, Fortune
Federal, 9:80 a.m.
Jewish Federation of Pinellas County Executive Committee
meeting, 7:30 p.m. Golda Meir Center.
Congregation B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg, Yiddish Festival.
Film: "Yiddish: the Mome-Loshn (Yiddish: The Mother Tongue),
8 p.m. Free.
Tween Council meeting, Kent JCC, Puaa and planning, 5:46-7
p.m.
Teen Council Meeting, Kent JCC, 7:15-8:80 p.m.
Thursday. March <
National Council of Jewish Women Suncoast Section board
meeting.
Friday. March 7
Shabbat Candlelighting, 6:17 p.m.
Jewish Floridian deadline, March 21 edition.
entertainment.
There is a $10.50 donation.
RSVP by March 10. For more in-
formation call, Commander Ben
Wisotzky, 821-5642.
Benefit Luncheon
Abe Ader Post No. 246. Jewish
War Veterans and Auxiliary in-
vites you to attend a luncheon
benefiting the Young Womens'
Residence (YWR), a home for
abused girls ages 12-18 on Sun-
day, March 2 at 1 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center, 8167
Elbow Lane N., St. Petersburg.
Donation: $5 or items from the
following list: twin sue sheets,
blankets, bedspreads, pillow
cases, towels, face cloths, large
pots, pans, baking dishes, kitchen
utensils.
Note: all items must be in good
condition.
JEWISH FILM SERIES
The Charles and Isadora
Rutenberg Family Foundation,
Inc., The Golda Meir Center and
Brandeis University Women, will
present the third film of the
Jewish Film Series at the Safety
Harbor Spa on March 16, at 2 p.m.
The Mod A dventures of' 'Rabbi''
Jacob, an anti-Semitic
businessman disguised as an or-
thodox rabbi tries to escape from
Arab secret police in this crazy
comedy classic.
The cost of the film is $3.50 at
the door and includes
refreshments. Transportation will
be provided upon request. For fur-
ther information, call the Golda
Meir Center 461-0222.
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BRIAN MOSS
Brian Neal Moss, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Stephen Moss will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, March 1 at Temple
B'nai Israel, Clearwater.
Brian is a student in the Temple
B'nai Israel religious school and is
active in the Junior Youth group.
He attends Shorecrest
Preparatory School where he is in
the seventh grade. An honor stu-
dent at Shorecrest, he enjoys com-
puters and likes to build intricate
Lego structures. He also plays
soccer and tennis.
Dr. and Mrs. Moss will host a
reception on Saturday, March 1 at
the Wine Cellar. Special guests
will include grandparents Ed and
Adele Moss and Max and Helen
Rabin; Larry and Ellen Clark
from Massachusetts; and Dan and
Joan Rabin from Massachusetts.
ANDREA BILD
Andrea Hope Bild, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Geoffrey M. Bild.
was called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah Feb. 15 at Temple B'nai
Israel, Clearwater.
Andrea is a student in the Tem-
ple B'nai Israel religious school
and a seventh grader at Palm
Group
Remembers
Continued from Page 1
deal of humility."
"Judy was a beautiful girl, said
Eva Feldman, another member of
the Women's Auxiliary. "She ate
lunch with us and she en-
thusiastically talked about the
space program."
Judy Resnik, 36 and single, was
a native of Akron, Ohio. She at-
tended Carnegie-Mellon Universi-
ty in 1970 and then joined RCA as
a design engineer. In 1974 she
joined the National Institutes of
Health in Bethesda, Maryland as
biomedical enegineer and staff
fellow. Judy received her doc-
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Kent Jewish Community Center
1955 Virginia Street
Clearwater. Florida 33575
(813) 736-1494
TWEEN ROLLER SKATING
AND ICE CREAM PARTY
The TWEEN Council of the
Kent Jewish Community Center is
having a Roller Skating and Ice
Cream Party on Saturday, Feb.
22 from 7 to 11:80 p.m.
All TWEENS in grades 6-8 are
invited. Cost for this fun evening
is $5. Meet at Temple Ahavat
Shalom then leave for
AstroSkate from there!
Call Caryn Perkins at 736-1494
for your reservations.
ABBA VANI
The Kent JCC will be holding a
special program for Dads and
their children (K-6) on Wednes-
day, Feb. 26 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Join us for a special snack, arts
and crafts, games and lots of fun.
Fee is $3 per pair members; $4
per pair non-members.
Call Caryn Perkins at 736-1494
for reservations.
JEWISH SINGLE
PROFESSIONALS
GROUP BEGINS
The Kent Jewish Community
Center is sponsoring a group for
Jewish single professionals ages
30 to 45. The JSP will plan social,
educational and recreational pro-
grams for singles.
The group will have their first
meeting on Tuesday, March 4 at
7:30 p.m. at the Kent JCC, 1955
Virginia Street, Clearwater.
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MYTHOLOGY
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The Kent Jewish Community
Center is offering a course,
"Mythology and Archaeology of
the Bible" for adults.
The course deals with the study
of literature found in excavations
of ancient Babylonia, the history
of Archaeology as a discipline,
discussion of new "high tech" ap-
plications in the field and "low
tech" trowel and sifter method.
The class will begin on Tuesday,
March 4 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and
will meet for six weeks. The class
is led by Joan Keller, MA who is
veteran of eight years of ar-
chaeological excavations in Israel.
The fee for the course is $70.
Please register by calling the Kent
JCC at 736-1494. The Center is
located at 1955 Virginia St.,
Clearwater.
CERAMICS CLASSES
BEGINS
Ceramics classes are being of-
fered at the Kent JCC, 1955
Virginia St. Clearwater for
children K-5 beginning March 4 at
5 to 6 p.m.
All materials will be provided
during this seven-week class. Fees
are $40. Members; $45 Non-
members. Call Caryn Perkins for
details at 736-1494.
TEEN COUNCIL MEETING
A TEEN Council meeting for
all 9-12th graders will be held on
Wednesday, March 6, from 7:15 to
8:30 p.m.
We'll be planning for upcoming
events so bring your calendars
and appetites for pizza.
Call Caryn Perkins at 736-1494.
TWEEN MEETING
There will a TWEEN meeting
March 6 at 5:45 to 7 p.m. for pizza
and planning. We'll be making
plans for overnighter in April.
All 6th-8th graders are welcome
to join us. Call Caryn Perkins at
736-1494 for more information.
CONTACT BRIDGE
The Kent JCC is forming a
Bridge club on Wednesdays at 1
p.m. at the Kent JCC building,
1955 Virginia Street, Clearwater.
The first meeting of the Club
will be held on March 19 and will
be coordinated by David Golds-
tein. The fee per session will be 25
cents for members and 35 cents
for non-members.
For more information, please
contact the Kent JCC at 736-1494.
TEEN ROCK BAND
FORMING
The Kent Jewish Community
Center is forming a Rock Band for
teen-agers, according to David
Seidenberg, director of the
Center.
The group will be led by Gary
Brown and will meet at the KJCC
on 1955 Virginia Street,
Clearwater.
If you play an instrument and
are interested in joining a Rock
Band, please call 736-1494.
SUMMER DAY CAMP
TO EXPAND
The Kent JCC in Clearwater
has added programs for children
four and five years old to its Day
Camp this summer. The program
called Camp Katan is filled with
creative crafts, nature lore,
Jewish atmosphere, instructional
and recreational swim, music,
dance, pioneering and many other
programs geared to keep four and
five year olds active and happy.
The program is a five-day pro-
gram and is available either for
full day or half a day (mornings
only).
In addition to Camp Katan, the
Kent JCC is offering programs for
children entering Grades 1
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SEEKS DAY CAMP STAFF
The Kent Jewish Community Center located In Clear-
water la currently seeking staff for its Summer Day
Camp program beginning June 16th. The Kent J.C.C. la
now accepting applications for positions which Include
General Counselors, Water Safety Instructors, Jewish
Culture Specialists, Arts & Crafts Counselors, and
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184454th Street South Gulfport
presents the noted centor
PHILISS STOLTZ, of Venice, Florida
in a recital which includes Yiddish tunes and
cantorial selections.
This is a rare opportunity to enjoy
an outstanding performance:
SUNDAY, MARCH 9 at 2 p.m.
Refreshments will be served. Donetion $2.50
Are you looking for Spiritual fulfillment?
Then BETH SHOLOM Is for you.
An you looking for a warm friendly atmosphere?
Then BETH SHOLOM Is for you.
An you looking for an active Men's Club a
Ladloa Auxiliary?
Then BETH SHOLOM Is for you ... Look no further.
Congregation Beth Sholom 1844-64 Street South,
Gnlf port, ia having its Annual Membership Drive.
You nre cordially invited to attend a Friday Night service
to eee that BETH SHOLOM ia indeed for yon.
Low yearly dues include tickets for the High Holy Days. '
For more information call Mr. Bernard Wolk at 360-1966.
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Jewish Community Center,-
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Rappalling Aerobics Tennis Arts & Crafts
Sailing Gymnastics and Dance Go Carls
Rollerskating Computers Rock Climbing
Basketball Soccer Softbalr Hockey
Zoological A Science Program All Dietary Laws
Observed Shabbat Services
Medical Staff Available at AH Times
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