The Jewish Floridian of Tampa

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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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[Miami, Fla
Fred K. Shochet]
Creation Date:
April 9, 1982
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v. : ill. ;


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vo1. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 6, 1979)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for: v.2, no. 21; v.3, no. 14; v.4, no. 32, and; v.8, no. 3, omitted in numbering sequence and were not published.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Feb. 27, 1981 called also v.3, no. 8, repeating numbering of previous issue.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Nov. 12, 1982 called v.55, no. 46 in masthead, but constitutes v.4, no. 39, as stated in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Jan. 9 & 23, 1987 called v.9, no. 2 & 3, but constitute v.9, no. 1 & 2 respectively.

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A Happy Passover Holiday To All


Paula Zielonka has been nomi-
nated to the Board of the Associ-
ation of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Anencies.
Zielonka Nominated
to National Board
Paula Zielonka, president of
Tampa Jewish Social Service, has
been nominated to a two year
term on the Board of Directors of
the Association of Jewish Family
and Children's Agencies. This
honor is clear recognition of
Zielonka's knowledge of Jewish
Family Services and her ability
to contribute at the national
The election to the board will
take place at the annual meeting
of the association on Apr. 27 in
Houston as part of the annual
conference. The conference will be
attended by Zielonka and Anne
Thai, executive director, Tampa
Jewish Social Service and is
planned to deal with the concerns
of board members and their
Falasha Packets
over packet with materials on the
plight of Ethiopian Jews has
been prepared and distributed to
Boston area rabbis, Hillel
directors and Hebrew school
principals. The packets were pre-
pared by the Ethiopian Jewry
Committee of the Metropolitan
Boston Jewish Community

(Call me about your social
at 872-4470)
. Brian Harria, son of Gary and Trudy Harris, was a participant
in the "Third Annual Bathtub Tegatta." held recently at Sand
Key. Brian holds a unique distinction his bathtub sunk to the
bottom of the bay! Just as he sailed past the buoy, his vessel de-
parted to that great shipyard in the ocean, and Brian was forced
to swim back to shore, jsut as he was being filmed as a "feature
item" for the 6 o'clock news! That's really the way to play it for
the audience Brian ole' boy. There was a crowd of about 200
cheering the sailors on. Two Coast Guard boats even failed to
salvage Brian's vessel. When being interviewed on television,
his profound observation was, "The fish have it now." Brian is a
sophomore at Chamberlain High School and a member of Con-
gregation Kol Ami's USY., in addition to being a great man of
the sea. _____
It's a birdie, it's a par, it's a winner the triumphant team of
Julia Flom and Rhoda Karpay were golfing champs at Palma
Ceia Country Club. As partners, they won the annual "Henry
Bolesta Golf Tournament." The scoring was based on handi-
caps, plus the best score of each partnership, on each hole. Every
twosome played a total of 36 holes, over a two week period.
Rhoda and Julia won with a total net score of 118. They received
beautiful i rnnhies for their victory. Rhoda said that they weren't
particularly superstitious, though they each did tend to wear
their lucky golfing outfits on every day of play! Congratulations
to both of you we think you are terrific!
Our sincerest wishes of love, health, and happiness to a very
special birthday girl Mrs. Rose Green, who is celebrating her
80th! Rose is the mother of Loretta Linsky and Earl Green. Re-
cently all of her family and friends, including numerous out of
town guests, cousins, grandchildren, and Rose's sister, cele-
brated with Rose at a grand birthday party and dinner at the
University Club. It was a wonderful gala honoring a wonderful
lady. Happy Birthday, Rose!_
Despite the relentless rains, the party that Gloria and Arnold
Barr held Sunday, Mar. 28 in honor of the marriage of their son
and dauchterin-law. was a total success! Scott Rodney Barr and
his wife, Janice JoAnne, were married in Columbus, Ind., on
Feb. 13. This lovely reception was held at Gloria and Arnold's
home. It was an opportunity for many friends and family mem-
bers to greet and congratulate the newlyweds for the first time.
Some of the out-of-town guests who traveled to Tampa for the
festivities included the Barrs' son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Goldstein and their daughter, Leah, from New
Jersey, the Barrs' daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Eisenman, of Miami, and the groom's grandmother,
Mrs. Frieda Barr, of Miami. Though the newlyweds had to im-
mediately return to Columbus, they hope to soon be residing in
Saving can be tough to do. So we do
everything possible to make it easy.
We have specially trained counselors to
advise you. A full range of savings plans to
fit your needs, each paying the highest
interest allowed by law.
And every Sun Bank offers 24-hour
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So come save at Sun Bank... the
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Loads of love to a new little Tampan in town. BryM foj^
Blackburn was born at 3:21 a.m. on Jan. 27 at Women'slS
pital. He weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce and was 19 inches Q
Bryan is the second son of Robert and Janet Blackburn j3
other son is Jeremy Harria, who is 2Vi years old. Bryan U
many thrilled and proud relatives including his grandparent
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Breasler, of Long Island, Mrs EveU
Blackburn, of New York City, and Mr. Bfll Blackburn, of S*T
sota; and great grandparents, Mrs. Mary Swick of New Y,-l
id Mrs. Simon SeJrwanbach, of North Miamj
ingratulations to all of you on this joyous oca.
City, and Mr. and
Beach. Lots of co
sion. _____
Rabbi Samuel Mallinger and bis wife, Marion, have returned
from a wonderful two week trip to Israel. Specifically, th*
visited Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Eilat. It was the rabbi's 6th
visit, the last time being just one year ago with his children. He
said that in just one year, Tel Aviv and Euat were so greatly h.
proved and so much had been built up especially many betuti
ful new hotels in Eilat. Alao. he said that the people of Israel an.
peared to be such happy people despite the propaganda we hive
heard lately. In addition, the Rabbi and Marion enjoyed visiting
the ancient city of Tiberias and seeing the main cemetery there
the Gulf of Agaba, the Red Sea, and the progressive and modern
Kibbutz K'Far Giladi, in the Galilee, which manufactures items
in the areas of agriculture and industry. It sounds like you hadi
marvelous time, and how perfect to be able to visit Israel right
before our celebration of Passover.
Meet Sandy and Paul Solomon who moved to North Dale in
January, from Poughkeepsie, New York. The Solomons have
two married children. Debra who is training to be an optician, a
married to Mike O'Reilley, who works for IBM. Debra and Mike
are expecting their first child in May. They reside in Poughkeep-
sie. The Solomons' other daughter is named Judy, and she
works as a salesperson for Lord and Taylor. Judy is married to
Ron Forster, who is in the Air Force. They reside in Homestead,
Florida. Sandy and Paul moved to Florida for Paul's job. Heise
planner for IBM. Sandy is a travel agent, in search of a job in
Tampa. Sandy is a member of the Bay Horizons chapter of ORT.
Our new couple became members of Congregation Schaarai
Zedek. They both love to play golf and just becoming involved
in various social activities. We are so glad that you are living in
our city now a warm, Southern welcome to you both.
Until next week .
May the Seder table find you full of the
happiness and hope this time-honored
festival inspires.

The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 3
Holocaust ConferencePlanned for Apr. 25
Diane Levine, Women's Division,
I Pacesetter Luncheon chairman.
Tampa Jewish Federation
[Women's Division Campaign
[Chairman Lois Older has an-
nounced the appointment of
IDiane Levine, luncheon chairman
nd Janet Kass, vice chairman of
[the Women's 1982 Pacesetter
[Division. Assisting in planning
|thi' Pacesetter's Division event
re Nellye Friedman and Roberta
The Pacesetters have planned
champagne luncheon at Avila
3olf and Country Chib, Apr. 20,
11:30 a.m. Keynote speaker will
Moriah Blum, wife of Yehuda
>ium. Israel's Ambassador to
pie United Nations. Mrs. Blum,
veil known throughout the
ountry as a provocative and ef-
fervescent speaker, will bring the
women up to date on recent hap-
enings in Israel and the United
Janet Kass, vice chairman of the
1982 Pacesetters Division.
The committee is planning to
have car pools driving to Avila.
Invitations have been mailed.
For further information, contact
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women'8 Division, 872-4451.
Both Diane Levine and Janet
Kass are enthusiastic about the
luncheon and expect a large at-
tendance. "We are fortunate to
have Diane Levine and Janet
Kass overseeing the luncheon
and division. Both women have
done outstanding work on behalf
of the Tampa Jewish Federation
and are well known in Tampa. We
can expect a memorable and
elegant day," stated Older.
"Moriah Blum was our first
choice for a speaker for our divi-
sion. She is a great spokeswoman
for Israel in her own right. We are
happy that she will be with us,"
commented Levine and Kass.
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
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The Tampa Jewish Federation,
the University of South Florida
and the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, under the
auspices of the Tampa Jewish
Federation Community Relations
Committee, will co-sponsor a
city-wide conference and Yom
llashoah (Day of Remembrance)
observance on Sunday, Apr. 25.
Dr. Hans Juergensen, confer-
ence chairman, and a member of
the United States Holocaust
Commission, has announced that
the conference will be held at the
University of South Florida be-
ginning at 1:15 p.m. at the Col-
lege of Arts and Letters on the
USF Campus.
The two sessions held Sunday
afternoon will cover the topics
"Theological Implications of the
Holocaust," and "Historical
Considerations: Past, Present
and Future."
The annual Yom Hashoah Ob-
servance will take place at the
Jewish Community Center, at
7:30 p.m. on Apr. 25.
Participating in the afternoon
sessions are: Reverend John T.
Pawlikowski, professor of social
ethics at the Catholic Theological
Union, Chicago; Dr. Hans Juer-
gensen, professor of humanities,
USF; Dr. Charles W. Armade,
professor of international studies
and history, USF; and Dr. Ailon
Shiloh, professor of an-
thropology, USF.
Reverend Pawlikowski will
also be keynote speaker at the
Yom Hashoah Observance to be
held at the Jewish Community
Center, Sunday evening, Apr. 25.
He is a member of the United
States Holocaust Memorial
Council appointed by President
Carter in 1980. He is the author
of six books including "The Chal-
lenge of the Holocaust for Chris-
tian Theology," published by the
Anti-Defamation League.
According to Dr. Juergensen,
"This is the first time a Holo-
caust Conference of this magni-
tude has been held in Tampa. We
are appealing to the Jewish and
non-Jewish communities-to our
religious and communal leaders
and concerned individuals to
examine the Holocaust and the
questions it raises about
humanity in the twentieth
Auditions for Dancers
The Florida Ballet Theatre will
hold auditions for dancers Apr.
17 at 2:00 pm at the Frank Rey
Dance Theatre, 910 E. Buffalo
Avenue in Tampa.
Minimum age for the junior di-
vision is ten and all those audi-
tioning must be on at least an in-
termediate level of ballet. Some
dancers will be asked to audition
on pointe.
The adjudicating board will
consist of Frank Rey, artistic di-
rector; Richard Rader, associate
director; staff members, Suzanne
Roberts, Teil Rey, Julie Beronda;
and Honor Members, Beth Dret-
zka, Peggy Taylor, Cindy Win-
chell, Mary Frances Uranell,
Shana Valenti, Stephanie Parker,
and Susan Whidden.
This season's performances
will again include The Nutcracker
at Curtis Hixon in December.
Tom Lantos'
Congressman Tom
Lantos' speech at the Tampa
Jewish Federation Dinner
will be broadcast Sunday
morning, Apr. 11 on the
"Jewish Sound" WMNF-88.5
FM from 9-11 a.m.
Tonight, 8 p.m.
Congregation Kol Ami
"Plight of Soviet Jewry"
Entire Community is Welcome!
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 5
Let's Pretend
Rodeph Sholom
Pesach is supposed to be "the
eason of our freedom," but as a
atter of fact, no holiday finds us
Eess free to do what we desire
than Pesach. Our diet is rigidly
escribed by our tradition, the
laggadah tells us the words we
re to say, the order in which to
ay them, the songs we are to
sing- We may add our own
thoughts and feelings but the
laggadah is indeed the formula
prescribed for Seder observance.
Thus, the Haggadah com-
nands: "In every generation a
an is obliged to look upon him-
elf as if he personally went forth
rom Egypt." Notice the impact
Df that injunction: More than
ai in); prescribed foods, or saying
prescribed words, we are sup-
osed to think of ourselves as
Slaves. It is we who felt the task-
asters lash, we who cried bitter
building Pharoah's pyra-
lids. We, who after back bend-
servitude, went forth to free-
Idom. In short, we must look upon
[ourselves as if we were there. It is
la game of" Let' s Pretend.''
It seems to me that there is a
narvelous lesson our rabbis wish
impart. Namely, that one of
e crucial qualities for humane
ompassionate living is a sym-
athetic imagination to put
ourselves in the place of another
human being. To pretend to feel
what another person feels. Walt
Whitman had this in mind when
said "I never asked the
rounded person how he feels, I,
nyself, become the wounded per-
on." Let's Pretend. Passover
nts us to pretend.
1 believe there is a desperate
shortage in our time of this
lity, which Judaism pre-
scribes. We need somehow to
sharpen our skills of pretending.
There would be more harmony at
ome if children tried to under-
stand the fears, dilemmas and in-
curities of being parents, and if
ents would try to imagine the
nguish and struggle of growing
up. Sermons might decrease in
ength and self-righteousness if
abbis could imagine themselves
the pews. And congregants
could be less critical if they could
ut themselves in the rabbi's
place. Hospital patients would
et more thoughtful treatment if
ctors could once per year check
nto a hospital and spend a week
Mere, and perhaps patients
would be more understanding of
^heir doctors if they could follow
Israel Independence
Day is for
Parents, Too
Hey Mom and Dad want to
participate in Israel Indepen-
dence Day on Sunday, May 2 at
the Jewish Community Center,
Ibut can't find anyone to stay
| with your youngster????
The problems have been solved
according to I1D chairmen, Sue
j Borod and Jerilyn Goldsmith.
With the sponsorship of the
JCC's preschool parents' organi-
I zation and the JCC, adult super-
vision and professional babysit-
ting will take place for children
under 5 while Mommy and
Daddy have fun and exercise at
the annual event.
"We hope this will help bring
more families," said Goldsmith.
^e tel like we have a pretty
Sdl of fun for the kids
| and for theu-parents."
Continuous movies and car-
JE? *" be shown along the
ISdeVS be at the JCC for the
them about on their demanding
and exhausting daily rounds.
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aging relatives if we could our-
selves pretend to be in their often
lonely existence.
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would be to increase our pledges
to Federation if we could only see
ourselves in the beleaguered state
of Israel surrounded by hostile
adversaries. I suppose, we would
take pen in hand and express our
letters of protest in behalf of So-
viet Jews, if we could imagine
ourselves as imprisoned in a Rus-
sian jail awaiting liberation. The
Haggadah implores us:
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human being and we say:
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Pesach reminds us there is some-
thing far more noble than putting
another person in his place, and
that is putting yourself in his
place. This, it seems to me, hap-
pens to be good counsel, not only
at Pesach time, but all year
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I, Raligious Educstion Director wanted tor Reform J*,h Congregation from July 1 1962
to June 30, 1963 The mam duties will be at principal of the Religious School
Salary rang*. S14.000.00 S 16.000 00 commanaurala with qualilicalions and eipenence
Teaching backround praltrrad.
2 Dlractor oi Youth Activities Iron August 1, 1962 May 31 1963 This will be a pan lima
position, with responsibilities ol directing Junior and Senior Youth Group programming
Salary range to SS.900.00
If inierested in either or both positions, contact Rabbi Fran* N Sundheim. Congregation
Scnaarai Zedek. 3303 Swann Avenue Tampa. Florida. 33809. (813) 876-2378.
Sharing their personal stories with the BBYO at
Tampa Jewish Community Center, were Is-
eli students, Pnina Hartston and Eran Reis.
ck row 1 to right) Eilam Isaak, Scott Blum,
J. Tawil, Scott Levinson, Michelle Erlich,
Barbara Erlich, Robert Ashe, Amadeo Eichberg.
(Center 1 to right) Rodney Davis, Jeff Becker,
Jay Gwarz, Suzanne Levine, Sylvia Bobo, Jenni-
fer Fishman, (Front 1 to right) Israeli students
Eran Rets, and Pnina Hartston, and Ralph Bobo.
What's in the Name JWB
On Apr. 9, 1917 three days
after America entered World War
i JWB was created by the
\merican Jewish community to
jerve the religious, morale and
^elfare needs of Jews in the U.S.
ned forces.
At that time, what JWB was
piling was considered "welfare
pork." and that was part of
fWB's name. Later the name was
Jhanned to "Jewish Welfare
oard. U.S. Army and Navy."
Rut JWB'a function expanded,
the concept of "welfare"
hanged. In 1921, JWB became
hi' national service body for both
[MYWHAs (later Jewish Com-
"unity Centers) and Jewish
ersonnel in military service.
JWB continued to expand. It
dded Jewish culture, amateur
ports, camping and Jewish
routing to its already broad
Bnge of services. In 1944, the
ame was officially changed to
National Jewish Welfare
The symbol "JWB" became
Nely known and engraved upon
pe memories of vast numbers of
feryicemen as that of an agency
Jhich brought aid, comfort and
place in times of great stress.
But the organization has gone
br beyond the "national," and
pvelfare" has come to mean
Pmething completely different
pm what it meant in the be-
pnning. Small wonder that num-
rus attempts were made to
pange the name.
Finally, as a result of diligent
ports of JWBs Committee on
Tuolic Interpretation, the JWB
poard of Directors approved the
fKommendation that, for all
radical purposes, the name
Other organizations are known
ply by letters why not JWB?
ftul the question persists: "But
That does JWB stand for?" The
*st answer is "Jewish well-be-

ing." That is what JWB real-
ly stands for the well-being
of all Jews, whether they be in
the civilian community or mili-
tary community.
The slogan of JWB is
"Involved with the Quality of
Jewish Life Worldwide."
That says it all: JWB is central to
the preservation and quality of
Jewish life as the association and
major service agency for about
375 Jewish Community Cen-
ters, YM and YWHAs, and
camps in North America serving
more than one million Jews; as
the U.S. government-accredited
agency for providing the relig-
ious, Jewish educational and
morale needs of Jewish military
personnel, their families and
patients in Veterans Administra-
tion hospitals: as the sponsor of
the Jewish Media Service, JWB
Lecture Bureau, Jewish Book
Council, and Jewish Music Coun-
cil; and as an agency that con-
ducts a vast array of programs
designed to strengthen the bonds
between North America and Is-
The symbol of JWB has
always been a Star of David. The
new logotype is composed of the
name JWB and a modern version
of the Jewish star.
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symbol? What's in the name
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*****. April 9,1
1982 Campaign Dinner Held,
March 27 at the
Marriott Hotel
The Campaign Dinner for the
962 Tampa Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal was > gala
evening at the Marriott Hotel.
Mar. 27. The results of the dinner
brought the campaign total to
$725,000 to date, ever closer to
the $1 2 million goal of this year's
campaign. Dinner goers cards
registered a 26 percent increase
over the same cards last year.
Support for Israel. National,
and Local Agencies was the
theme of the evening as the ban-
ner stated. "One PeooU 1
able" Linda Blum
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Standing: Michael Lei in*. Diane Leiine Katz. Judy Ziegler. Seared Frwf Ziegler, Eniin Katz. Wendy
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wartz. Seated Louis Buchman. Marian Annis, Xellye Friedman, Herbert Friedman
and Margie SchuarU,______
Standing: Gretchen Hotter. CarolZieionka. Miriam Marcus. Julia Flom, Eduina Black.
Seated: J. D. Rosenthal. Lillian Rosenthal. Sate Gordon, Barbara Adler, Charles
Lois Older, Women's Division Campaign
Chairman for the 1982 Tampa Jewish Federation-
L nited Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Standing: Barry Cohen, Marcia Cohen, Robert Dressier. Edie Dressier. Seated: Dr.
Stanley Wright, Cynthia Wright, Herbert Swarzman, Joyce Swarzman
Hope Bamett. President of the Tampa Jewish
Federatwn. introduced the guest speaker. Con-
gressman Lantos.
Standing: Ted Taub. Douglas Cohn, Maureen Cohn. Sue Greenberger. Dr. Robert
Greenberger Seated: Bobbie Taub. Joel Brietstein. Executive Director, TOP Jewish
Foundation. Penny Brietstein. EdLeibowitz. Blossom Leibouitz
FedetlL1^ "rf^Z Bar^ra WaUac*- Thelma Karp, Comptroller, Tampa Jewish
KaSTvludfF DkUgk% B'?- School. Seated- Joel Karpo\, Mod*
Korpay. Judy Rosenkranz. Stanley Rosenkranz.
Standing: Andrew Berger, Karen Berger, JoyceIrwin, Barry Karpay. Seated: Victoria Standing: William Matuu, Rabbi Frank i..a. ----- '
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d?f HkHard- R?lph- n^" Rudf?Iph- Presiet ~ TJF Women's Division;
\Oker Women s Dwiswn Campaign Chairman; Dr. J. Justin Older. Seated. Judy
inthal. Rabbi Leonard Rosenthal, Richard Davis, Rhoda Davis, Director TJF
lens Division; Brina Hauben, Cantor William Hauben.
Standing: Barbara Karpay. Samuel Blum, Linda Blum, Banquet Chairman; Gary
Alter, Executive Director Tampa Jewish Federation. Seated: George Karpay,
Campaign Chairman Tampa Jewish Federation; Annette Lantos, Congressman Tom
Lantos, Hope Barnett, President Tampa Jewish Federation, and Les Barnett.
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Barbara Garrett, Maurice Garrett, Roberta Golding, Stuart Golding.

ding: Janet Kass, Michael Kass, Rochelle Eden, Dr. David Moore, Paul Pershes
dent, HiUel School. Seated: B. Terry Aidman, Leslie Aidman, Paula Zielonka,
kdent, Tampa Jewish Social Service, Dr. Carl Zielonka, Gail Pershes.
Standing: L. David Shear, Robert Bolt, Carmen Bolt, Leslie Osterweil Seated: Goldie
Shear, Marti Jacobs, Kay Jacobs, John Osterweil
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Tampa Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal,
was the Mistress of Ceremonies.
Congressman Tom Lantos id., Calif.) Dinner
Speaker and the only Holocaust survivor to serve
in the United States Congress and George
Karpay, 1982 Campaign Chairman for the Tampa
Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal.

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mt, Jewish Community Center.
Standing: Sue Porman, Dr. Arthur Porman, Dr. Paul Eckstein, Sue Eckstein. Seated
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.April 9.
Sign Up for Israel
Day, May 2
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ups for this year's Israel
endence Day celebration to
I at the Jewish Community
on Sunday, May 2, are
Her than last year's, but
. are still a lot of openings
Ible for anyone else who
like to participate," ac-
to Alice Rosenthal,
,an of the Maccabiah
.e have done better than last
[ but still not as well as we
| have liked." added Rosen-
*ho brings a great deal of
Jience to the Independence
celebration. "We thing we
| get more families involved,
Le hope if anyone is still in-
I they can leave a message
at the center and we'll get
i a team."
Livities are slated for people
lage groups: 5, 6 and 7 year
18and 9 year olds; 10,11 and
er olds; adult females; adult
co-ed adults; and senior
|imming events highlight
ounger age groups. Besides
the normal free-style events,
other fun events in the center's
remodeled pool include a kick-
board relay, clothes relay, sponge
throw and an age-medley relay
where a member of each age
group from each team swims.
Land games are also slated for
the youngsters.
For the "older" age groups,
land events will be the order for
the day. Tennis, for females,
males and co-ed, will be an all day
event on the center's newly paved
tennis courts. Volleyball, a bas-
ketball free throw shooting
contest, table tennis and back-
gammon are also high on the
sign-up list.
The seniors have a bake-off,
shuffleboard and a crafts contest.
"It really is a great deal of fun
and excitement," Rosenthal said,
"and I'm sure if people get in-
volved they will see what a good
time can be had."
All the events, except for the
tennis events, begin at noon on
Sunday, May 2.
Passover Greetings from
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Tracy, Andy, and Adam
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Elects Officers
The Albert Aronovitz Post No.
373 and Ladies Auxiliary have
elected their new slate of officers
Sunday,Mar. 28.
The post officers are: Com-
mander, Mary Surasky; First
Vice Commander, Max Frouman;
Second Vice Commander, Jerome
Posner; Quartermaster, Ben
Gutkin; Adjutant, Walter Ans-
tendig and Judge Advocate,
Morris Weisman.
Officers of the Ladies Auxil-
iary are: President, Anne Spec-
tor; Senior Vice President, Helen
Males; Junior Vice President,
Sadie Wahnon, and Chaplain,
Molly Rich.
The Patriotic Inst. is Anne
Rosen; Conductress, Adele Ros-
enkranz; Historian, Nettie Mat-
tox; Guard, Betty Rosenblatt;
Treasurer, Esther Piper;
Recording Secretory, Jo Woolf
and Corresponding Secretary,
Marguerite Spitz.
Trustees are first year. Ceil
Goldstein; second year Clara Ap-
plebaum; third year Dorothy
Garreil and Honorary Trustee is
Rose Aronovitz.
Plans are being made for a
joint installation on Sunday,
Apr. 25.
Independence Day
is For You
So you can't swim, shoot
baskets, play tennis, bake, run or
anything else and you don't think
there is anything for you to do at
Israel Independence Day on Sun-
day, May 2.
Well, you are wrong!!!!
Besides the fact that you can
be a spectator or a valuable vol-
unteer for the celebration, you
can also enjoy a play "Joseph" to
be presented by the Hillel
Or, you can enjoy an excellent
bar-b-que chicken dinner after all
the games along with the partici-
pants for $3, while at the same
time enjoy Jewish music.
For more information, contact
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Broadway has come to Tampa!
"Joseph and the Technicolor
Dreamcoat," a musical produc-
tion currently seen by Broadway
audiences is also being enjoyed
by students at local private
schools. The Tampa version is an
amateur production, but it offers
its audiences "Tony" winning
enthusiasm by its student cast.
Thanks to the direction of Rose
K. Tyson, a Judaic studies and
Hebrew teacher at Hillel School,
student theatre-goers are experi-
encing a modern interpretation of
the ancient biblical tale.
The show was one culminating
activity of drama classes held at
Hillel as part of a week "mini-
courses," or "electives" offered in
place of the regularly scheduled
courses. "Joseph" was first per-
formed on Friday, Mar. 15 for the
entire school on the Rodeph
Sholom stage.
The Hillel cast presents stu-
dents in grades four through
eight. Members are: Lisa Petillo,
Laura Gordimer, Kari Solomon,
Jodi Goldsmith, Jody Lerner,
Tracy Warner, Randi Green berg-
er, Alison Lewis and Belicia
Efros as the sons of Jacob, Ish-
maelites and a* Go-Go girls.
Matt 11 ilk portrays Joseph. Wil-
liam Wall is Potiphor, Clay Ros-
enberg is Jacob, Daniel Bomstein
is Pharoah, and Belicia Efros
does a stint as the troublesome
Mrs. Potiphor. Narration is by
Jenna Bernstein, and the art and
student direction by Sharon
Smilowitz and Alene Levison.
Special art consultation was
aptly given by Paul Kramer.
"Joseph and the Technicolor
Dreamcoat" utilizes the imagina-
tive use of contemporary charac-
terizations, costumes and
choreography, enabling the au-
dience to find comic relevance to
modern-day life.
The Tampa Jewish community
will see the Hillel interpretation
of "Joserjh" at the Israel Inde-
IM-ndence Day observance in
May. Additional dates may be
M-hcilulcd by contacting the Hil-
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Carol Zielonka happily collected her prize of a week's trip to Israel for
two. Lee Tobin and Leah Davidson, co-chairmen of the "Israel Fly-
Away" sponsored by the Tampa Jewish Community Center,
presented the prize. The JCC netted $17,000 via this endeavor.
photo: Audrey Haubenstock
Our Readers Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian.
Our Jewish Community Cen
ter has the following facilities:
A 35,000 square foot building
sitting on 3.5 acres of land, an
Olympic swimming pool, two
tennis courts, soccer field, full
service gymnasium, weight
lifting room, commercial kitchen,
meeting hall, stage, office space,
classrooms, and a playground.
This basic structure offers
limitless possibilities, but the
center is hampered by a chronic
shortage of funds. Because of this
shortage there has been little at-
tention paid to the grounds. 1
have therefore, donated a
sprinkler system for the pool
area, and I now ask the help of
other JCC supporters to share
with me the cost of purchasing
sod. 1 will match each donation to
pay for sod. St. Augustine
(costing approximately $.19 per
square foot) will be purchased. To
make your donation call Pauline
Silvia at the Jewish Community
My hope is that this is the be-
ginning of "greener days" at the
Jewish Community Center.
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Pro-Arab Lobby
Not Much Success in Great Britain
,, a reeled toward influencing policy major political parti*.,
LONDON --(JTAI-- A r~ ^ ^ Qpinion form. unions into its camp" "
detailed study just released here ^ ^ped, the re- The stutly warns tk*
terms of influencing British
public opinion" and that the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion "has been unable to enlist a
broad-based grassroots move-
ment in the country."
The study, published here by
the Institute of Jewish Affairs,
the research arm of the World
Jewish Congress, examines 10
anti-Israel-pro-Arab organiza-
tions which are active in Britain.
Among the groups covered by
the survey are the General Union
of Palestine Students, the British
Anti-Zionist Organization, and
the council for the Advancement
of Arab-British Understanding.
THE STUDY finds that the
pro-Arab information cam-
paign is backed by large re-
sources and that increasingly so-
phisticated propaganda techni-
ques are being used. The PLO,
for example, employs polished
public relations methods to put
forth its case and has even ac-
quired the services of a profes-
sional public relations firm. "The
Main Event," to do its design
and printing as well as to advise
them on the type of materials to
In their informational activi-
ties, the pro-Arab lobby has
opted for a "soft line" as a means
of gaining recruits by promoting
"issues with which the British
public can identify, the study re-
ports. As a consequence, the ini-
tial maximalist position that Is-
rael must be replaced by a Pale-
stinian state, has given way to
efforts aimed at highlighting
positive aspects of the work of
the PLO, such as its factories,
hospitals and schools.
Because "anti-Zionism is not a
mass movement in Britain, "the
study detects a strategy on the
part of the pro-Arab lobby di-
Zove After 60'
Workshop to be
Offered Again
The senior citizen project of the
Jewish Community Center is pre-
senting its second workshop on
the issues of love and sex after
60. There is no fee for the course
which will run for six weeks,
starting Monday, Apr. 12 from
10 a.m. to noon at the Palma Ceia
United Methodist Church, 3723
Bay to Bay Blvd. Anyone in-
terested in taking the course is
asked to pre-register at the front
desk of the JCC by Apr. 12. Reg-
istration is limited to persons
who have not taken the course
stance, the pro-Israel MPs or-
ganized in the various political
parties' Israel friendship groups,
outnumber avowed pro-Arab
M Ps by over four to one. To date,
the pro-Arab lobby "has not suc-
ceeded in drawing any of '
exists a monolithic
lobby in Britain." Whiu
vey shows, "is that the
which currently promote,
Israel-pro-Arab policy
varied in strength, motn.
ture and scope, and that th
potentially dangerofts fart
their actual size."
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Passover Message1982
Exodus is history's first
isi inspiring march for
Its annual celebration
tn- than 5,000 years, as a
j commemorating the first
Bful struggle for the free-
[ an entire people, has been
on of hope to all peoples
i-k liberty and the right to
themselves and to deter-
iieir own national destiny.
hover tells us that though
ewish people had suffered
filiation and affliction of
with our exodus from
Ige to salvation we achieved
Dry of liberty for the Jews
piiirn and women in the land
ael. Today Israel, in spite of
(problems, faithfully follows
I democratic process and
out like a beacon of free-
i a region of despotism.
| Jews we know what afflic
neans as symbolized by the
Iver matzoh the bread of
lion. That is why we accept
bligation to succor those in
We extended aid to the
people in Vietnam and
dia as well as to our own
en in Israel and the United
For our Jewish sense of
justice widens out far
fad the limits of the Seder
e. It embodies and passion-
i affirms the entire Jewish
Cpi of freedom and
nsibility to all who have less
their share of human
as we again recite the
}ver story in the Haggadah,
I the fact that there is both
between its two pro-
lists, Egypt and Israel, and
newed freedom for the
tian and Jewish people to
an unprecedented era of
and construction in the
j of the return of all of Siani
I act of Israeli faith and hope.
now the path to peace is dif-
I but we will not be deterred
(following it persistently.
this Passover Eve, so near
ne for the return of all Sinai
the thirty fourth Yom
zmaut, I know we will con-
to share together the per-
|ly meaningful, dedicated
niiincni to do all we can so
Dur beloved homeland Eretz
can fulfill its historic des-
ks the Jewish nation, and to
pts people to live in peace, in
om and in security.
|i his crucial time in our his-
ie must summon up all our
and determination
to cringe nor waver, but
1 stonewall firm, secure in
hteousness of our princi-
fcause when called upon to
Israel resist the tremendous
ire that will be exerted
I her to appease the great
i who are seduced by Arab
I the lure of lucrative arma-
must meet the coming
nge with the strength re-
1 to oppose the forces in the
I which are returning to anti-
pm and anti-Zionism. We
[answer by mobilizing our
mnds and full energy in
a creative and mutally
cial Israel-Diaspora part-
lp. We must convince the
[that we are a vibrant peo-
aose philosophy is a moral
based on our prophetic
thirty fourth will be
er taxing year for Israel and
Md Jewry. Whatever it
> along Israel's frontiers -
J>ne must remain strong
|h to deter any renewed at-
at aggression by her
, ~ Israel must still
F'th the problem of absorb-
r* ""migrants, both from
t* world and from behind
on Curtain. She must also
"e her struggle to close the
Jjjc and social gaps within
c>ety and deal with other
erm human problems.
This coming year we must con-
tinue to refute all who would
slander the life-affirming values
and achievements of Zionism and
Israel, and the safeguarding of
the rights of Jews throughout the
More than ever before, this
Passover we bear shocked wit-
ness to America's steadfast sup-
port by previous presidents since
1917 undergoing current erosion,
as manifested bv this nations
action on the AW ACS and con-
templated weapons sale, etc. to
In the Soviet Union this Pass-
over, we find the door to freedom
barred, and the voice of freedom
beckoning our brothers and
sisters to come to Israel from
their Mizrayim, is drowned out
by the clank of their iailers'
chains. Our brothers and sisters
in the Arab lands remain in
bondage. The Falashas in
Ethiopia are still prevented from
fulfilling their dream of Jeru-
salem. Let us pledge to continue
to work on their behalf until they
can join us at the Seder table and
rejoice with us in freedom.
And so while we celebrate and
enjoy, we identify ourselves with
our people's needs today: we re-
dedicate ourselves anew to in-
creased financial aid to Israel,
reaffirm our commitment to sup-
port Aliyah and the highest
form of personal participation in
Israel's struggle to remain free.
As we observe the Seder ritual
and drink to the ancient libera-
tion, we pray for the expansion of
the new era of peace and rebuild-
With the Passover holidays, an earlier deadline is
April 12 is the deadline for material to be in the April 23rd
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Leslie and Terry Aidman
Todd and Ashley
The staff of
of Tampa
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Best Wishes
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Joyful and
Audrey and Al Haubenstock
Dan and Diane DeCubellis
fflaAbviteA, 'Utfr/ings
Judith and Stanley
Jack and Andy
Ed and Jane Finkelstein
Steven and Evan
Hope and Les Barnett
Irving and Ben An
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Sharon and Roger Mock
Beth and Kevin
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Israeli Students Make Friends for Isrt
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For one week Israeli students Pnina Hartston and Eran Reis were
guests of the Tampa Jewish community. Their hosts during their stay
were Kay and Maril Jacobs and Rhoda and Joel Karpay. Shown with
their new friends are (1 to right) Scott Levinson, president AZA;
Pnina Hartston, Kenny Jacobs, Eran Reis, and Bev Karpay, president
Kosher Lunch Menu
Kosher lunch menu of the Senior Citizen's Nutrition ana
Activity Program is sponsored by the Hillaborough County
Commission and held at the Jewish Community Center. Marilyn
Blakley, site manager. 872-4451. Menu subject to change.
Monday Baked Fish, Sweet Potatoes, Mustard Greens,
Peaches, Orange Juice, Matzo
Tuesday Beef Pattie, Parsley Potatoes. Spinach, Pears, Fresh
Apple Matzo
Wednesday Baked Fish, Whipped Irish Potatoes, Stewed
Tomatoes, Fruit Cocktail, Orange Juice, Matzo
Thursday Beef Stew, Broccoli, Carrot Salad, Applesauce,
Friday Meat Loaf with Gravy. Mashed Potatoes, Mustard
Greens, Peaches, Rye Bread. Orange Juke
The Kosher Lunch program will be closed Monday, Apr. 19 and
Thursday, Apr. 22.
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Eran Reis and Pnina Hartston,
17 year old high school students
spent a week in Tampa through a
program organized by the Israeli
Ministry of Foreijjn Affairs and
the Ministry of Education. Their
visit to Tampa was sponsored by
the Tampa Jewish Federation.
Hosts during their week-long
stay were the Joel Karpay family
and the Maril Jacobs family.
Eran and Pnina's busy sche-
dule included all day visits to
Plant High School, Robinson
High School, Leto High School,
Chamberlain High School and
King High School where they
met with world history and social
study classes. In addition they
met with the confirmation class
at Congregation Schaarai Zedek,
Hillel Day School and presented
a program for AZA and BBG.
Their visit to Tampa was part
of a five week tour to the United
States to learn about their peer
groups in the U.S. and to estab-
lish a dialogue to foster a better
understanding between two
societies whose basic tenets are
democratic action and social
justice for all citizens. Meeting
with their counterparts, high
school youth, Eran and Pnina did
much towards establishing ideals
and ideas for the young people of
Tampa who will be active citizens
in the important years ahead.
Discover Yourself!
The senior citizen project is
once again offering an exciting
human development course,
"Adventures in Attitudes." Sign
up now for this 10-week growth
course which will be held at the
Palma Ceia Methodist Church,
3723 Bay to Bay Blvd., starting
Tuesday, Apr. 13 from 9 a.m. to
noon. There is no fee. Sign up by
Apr. 12 at the JCC front desk.
Registration is limited to persons
who have not taken this course
Member F.D.I.C.
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By. April 9,1982
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 15
Community Calendar
Jriday, April*
Icondlelighling time 6:32) JCC Closed Intercongregational
Ibabbath ol Congregation Kol.Ami? 8 p.m. (No services tonight
L Rodeph Sholom or Schaarai Zedek)
laturday, April 10
hRT (evening chapter) Bridge Night
[unday, April 11
unein: 'The Jewish Sound" 88.5 FAA. 9-11 a.m.
londay, April 12
longregation Schaarai Zedek Executive Board-noon TJF-
loong leadership 7:30 p. m.
luesday, April 13
longregation Schaarai Zedek Brotherhood Meeting 6:30
|.m. Jewish Towers Games 7:30 p.m.
(ednesday, April 14
eventh Day of Passover National Council of Jewish Women
Membership 9:45 a.m.
tursday, April 15
Ighth Day of Passover JCC Executive Board at 6 p.m .and
kgulor Board at 8 p.m. Congregation Schaarai Zedek Adult
pucation 8 p.m.
Iriday, April 16
tondlelighting time 6:36) Hillel School Parents Association
130 a.m. Womens Division Executive Board 9:15 a.m. and
egular Board at 10-12 Congregation Rodeph Sholom Fellow-
hip Retreat Weekend through 4-18-82 Congregation Rodeph
holom Kadima Convention through 4-18.
The Island Gifts, Inc.
231 E. Davis Blvd.
Tamp., Florida 33606
Gifts WHh You In Mind
Virginia M. McDonald
Happy Passover
I'nai B'rith 876-4711
Jewish Community Center 872-4451
|e w ish Floridian of Tampa 872-4470
Jewish National Fund 876-9327
Itate of Israel Bonds 8796850
lamps Jewish Federation 872-4451
Jampii Jewish Social Service 872-4451
I.O.P. Jewish Foundation, Inc. 870-2292
lillel School (Grades 1-8) 839-7047
ICC Pre-School and Kindergarten 872-4451
lhai Dial A-Bus (Csll 9 a.m. to noon) 872-4451
wish Towers 870-1830
losher Lunch Program 872-4451
kniors' Project 872-4451
Religious Directory
Pi Swann Avenue 251-4215 Rabbi Samuel Mallinger
rvices: Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. Daily morning and
ning minyan.
4GREGATI0N KOI AMI Conservative
[' Moran Road 962-6338 Rabbi Leonard Rosenthal
'ees;; Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10a.m.
p Bayshore Boulevard 837-1911 Rabbi Kenneth Berger,
pan William Hauben Services: Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10
a'ly: Minyan, 7:15
P Swann Avenue 876-2377 Rabbi Frank Sundheim
iuVi. ^ridav- 8 o. m.; Saturday. 9 a.m.
M Student Center, University of South Florida UC 217, Box
J ampa 33420 (College Park Apt.) 971 -6768 or 985-7926
Vrrf c' n Fridy' 7 P->- Shabbot Dinner and Services
ay Serv.ce 10:30 a.m. Monday Hebrew Class 8 p.m.
\'%U s,udent Center, University of South Florida Rabbi
l7n7 ,50M Patricia Court 172 (Village Square Apts.)
>/U76 or 988-1234 Friday Services and Dinner 6:30 p.m.
faay Services 10:30 a.m.
Congregations/Organizations Events?
Rodeph Sholom Synagogue is
happy to welcome Rhode Givarz
as synagogue coordinator. She
will be glad to answer any ques-
tions concerning synagogue
activities. Please call her at 837-
Rodeph Sholom Kadima: Fri-
day, Sunday, Apr. 16-18, Mercaz
sub-regional convention at
Rodeph Sholom.
The entire congregation is in-
vited to participate in services
with Kadimaniks from the West
Coast and Central Florida. Cele-
brate the joy of Shabbat with
On Apr. 16, Rodeph Sholom
seniors will take part in the Fri-
day evening service. The Oneg
Shabbat will be in honor of the
graduating seniors.
The Albert Aronovitz Ladies
Auxiliary will host the Gulf
Coast Counties Council meeting
of Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliaries Sunday, Apr. 18, at
the Tampa Jewish Community
Center 1-4 p.m. The Council will
nominate a new slate of officers
and name the winner of the I
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