The Jewish Floridian of Tampa

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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Jewish Floridian
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[Miami, Fla
Fred K. Shochet]
Creation Date:
January 11, 1985
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v. : ill. ;


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United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa


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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Number 1
Off Tampa
Tampa, Florida Friday, January 11,1966
Reguesh' To Perform At
jh Community Center Sat., Jan. 19
i Opening of 1966
v Campaign
ato Regueah" lera-
tsemble of Buenos
pa, will perform at
omunity Center on
ng, Jan. 19 at 8
Ition to an out-
I presentation by
immunity Centar,
ill also inaugurate
[phase of the 1985
pal Campaign.
kale at the Jewish
[nter and Tampa
|on and are priced
$3 for children
tiior citizens.
feling" in Hebrew)
\ six years ago and
stronger than
| means friendship
;m: the sharing,
bringing together and partici-
pation of Jewish youth, its back-
ground and culture. Reguesh
celebrates the union of body and
soul, Reguesh dances!
This ideal took root in a group
of young men and women who
had grown up in the O.H.A.
Macabi of Buenos Aires,
Argentina, working together and
achieving recognition as the best
dance group of Argentina and of
all other South American com-
Reguesh has performed in the
most important cultural events
that have taken place in
Argentina and South America
participating in such events as
the National Jewish Song
Festival, the Europa Di Coure
Festival, sponsored by the
Italian Embassy in Buenos
Aires, the Dalia International Is-
raeli Folkdance Festival, with an
attendance of over 17,000 people
and numerous tours around the
cities in the interior of Argentina.
On the international level,
Regueah has given important
performances in Uruguay, Brazil,
and Israel. Reguesh was con-
sidered to be the "revelation of
1983" in the Carmel Inter-
national Israeli Folklore Festival
in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The cast of "Reguesth"
consists of 45 young men and
women who are under the
leadership of Ari Melnick, direc-
tor of choreography.
Each dance is performed with a
completely different set of
costumes and many of the dances
are preceded by a song related to
the choreography.
The Tampa Jewish community
is urged to participate in this
exciting premiere performance.
Tampa Jewish Federation
>tes $1,000 In Ethiopian Aid
[demonstration of
ly the board of di-
(am pa Jewish Fed-
unanimously to
to the American
)istribution Corn-
victims of the
icy funding has
tnsmitted to Joint
>mmittee which is
i relief efforts with
Protestant and
Agencies to provide
ad medical care for
villagers in the
Icken African
h action is a clear
expression of our commitment to
the Jewish tradition of Tzedakah
of helping all who are in need
without regard to race, religion or
nationality," declared Judith 0.
Rosenkranz, Tampa Jewish Fed-
eration president.
Rosenkranz also announced
the appointment of immediate
past president Michael L. Levine
to head a 8120,000 special fund-
raising drive to assist in reset-
tling and integrating some
10,000-12,000 additional
Ethiopian Jews in Israel. Over
the past several years nearly
8,000 Ethiopian Jews have been
resettled in Israel.
"Tampa Jewry indeed world
Jewry has a moral imperative
to act now in this historic
moment. Today, we have an
opportunity and an obligation to
save thousands of Jewish lives
and we must respond without
delay to the monumental chal-
lenge that confronts us," Levine
The special campaign is being
replicated in major communities
across the United States, with a
national goal of $60 million. The
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem is
underwriting the costs of the
absorption program because of
the current economic crisis facing
the Israel government.
For further information call the
Tampa Jewish Federation at 875-
Rabbi Murray Saltzmaii To Speak
At Congregation Schaarai Zedek
Price 35 Cents

Rabbi Murray Saltzman will be
the featured speaker at the
Annual Meyer Kotler Memorial
Lecture this evening at 8 p.m. at
Congregation Schaarai Zedek
Rabbi Saltzman is senior rabbi
of Baltimore Hebrew Congrega-
tion, and a former member of the
United States Commission on
Civil Rights.
The subject of this lecture will
be "Civil Rights: A Continuing
Reform Jewish Commitment"
and will consider black-Jewish
relations and the attempts of
Reform Judaism to lead in the
resuming of the dialogue.
Blood Supply To Be Halted
Magen David Adom said that it
will halt the supply of blood to
hospitals and the army unless the
government and local authorities
pay more than f 1 million in ove-
due bills.
Amitzur Kfir, head of the
MDA. IaraeTs equivalent of the
1986 8664,000
1984 8420,000
1985 increase 8144,000
Up 31 percent
1986 Campaign Goal $1,300,000
Red Cross, said his agency has
been unable to meet its payroll.
Most of the money is owed by the
Health Ministry. The Finance
Ministry is said to be deliberately
withholding funds to pressure the
Health Ministry to cut its
Bonn Vows
Fair Share
Agriculture Minister Ignaz
Kiechle has promised that the
Bonn government will support in
principle Israel's demand that its
agricultural exports be given a
fair chance to retain their present
share of the European market
after Spain and Portugal become
members of the European
Economic Community (EEC).
Kiechle, who recently met with
Premier Shimon Peres in Israel.
Martinez To
Speak At
YAD Premiere
On Sunday, Jan. 13, the Young
Adult Division will hold its
premiere event to benefit the
1986 Tampa Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign
Mayor Bob Martinez will be
the guest speaker.
A cocktail reception will be
held in the Grand Ballroom of the
Lincoln Hotel beginning at 7:30
Mayor Martinez
Knesset Acts to Curtail
Kahane's Activities in Israel
Police blocked Rabbi Meir
Kahane and .a band of his
Kach Party followers from
entering the Arab village of
Taibe in central Israel.
They acted in compliance with
a motion adopted by the Knesset
limiting the Kach leader's parlia-
mentary immunity to prevent
him from visiting Arab villages
where his presence would be
provocative and likely to cause
public disorder.
Kahane, who has vowed to
defy the ban, was halted at a
police roadblock seven miles from
Taibe. He did not argue with the
police, and returned to hia car
and drove away. A busload of his
cohorts, following his car, was
stopped at Kfar Saba, some
distance southwest of Taibe.
Police found the vehicle's lights
were not working properly and
ordered the driver to return to Tel
Kahane, who was elected to the
Knesset last July on a platform
calling for the expulsion of all
Arabs from Israel and the oc-
cupied territories, stated that his
purpose in visiting Taibe and
other Arab villages was to exhort
the residents to emigrate from
Israel, and persuade Jewish
women married to Arabs to
desert their husbands.

Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Tampa/ Friday, January 11,1966
Support Your
Jewish Federation UJA Campaign
Super Sunday, January 27th
Billboards To Promote 1985 Campaign
Doug Conn, chairman of the
1985 Federation campaign, an-
nounced that a major billboard
advertising campaign will pro-
mote the 1985 Jewish Federation
Campaigns in both Hillsborough
and Pinellas counties. Conn indi-
cated that the use of this type of
advertising media is directed at
the new residents of the Tampa
Bay area who may not be
acquainted with the activities of
the Federation. Further, the bill-
boards will serve to remind long-
term residents of Super Sunday,
scheduled for Jan. 27. The bill-
board campaign will run through
the month of January.
The Tampa Jewish Federation
is deeply indebted to Ray Pyle of
Foster and Kleiser Advertising
for providing the billboard space
to the Federation. Further, Roy
Wilcox of Sun National provided
the artwork and printed paper for
the posters at a special discount.
The Tampa and Pinellas
Federations appreciate these two
firms assistance and support)
making this promotional
paign possible.
The Tampa Jewish Federation
Super Week Slots
Filling Fast
Jewish Community Center
; ~... ->_.// -. ..'.'""-.'. V.-*' >',
Your group or organization can
participate in Super Week by
holding a monthly meeting at the
Jewish Community Center dur-
ing Super Week-Jan. 28 to 31.
After the meeting, your members
can get on the phones and hepl
the Tampa Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Super Week Chairman Andrew
Titen believes that this new
Super Week format will allow
community organizations to con-
duct regilar business, and parti-
cipate in this special event that
must reach some 10,000 homes
by Jan. 31. "I urge any group
that can arrange to meet at the
Jewish Community Center dur-
ing Super Week to do so. We can
certainly use the help," Titen
To register your group or
organization for Super Week or
for more information contact the
Jewish Federation. 875-1618.
Israeli Folklore Ensemble
of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Andrew Titen
If you are interested in
writing a column for The
Jewish Floridian of Tampa,
please call 872-4470.

n^^ Distinctive W^ Designer Shoes Carnage Trade Plaza South Dais Mabry Hwy
An Evening of Music, Dance and Song
Saturday Evening
January 19
8:00 P.M.
$5.00 Adults
$3.00 Children and Senior Citizens
Tickets available at:
Jewish Community Center
Tampa Jewish Federation
2808 Horatio Street

January 27 Bound to Become
An Historic Event for Tampa
lay, January 11,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa__jPageJL
Local Jewish
I agencies, and
synagogues are joining forces to
Lure Jan. 27 will be the most
I successful Super Sunday in the
I history of the Tampa community.
I Leadership amd members of all
I these groups have been actively
I recruiting volunteers and publi-
cizing the event to the com-
Irnunity at large.
Super Sunday is the one day
every year when it is vital that
Jews work together to support
humanitarian services. On that
day, telephones in Jewish house-
holds will be ringing to help the
people of Israel and the Diaspora.
It's a day when hundreds gather
at the Jewish Community Center
to offer themselves as Super
According to Super Sunday
Chairman Lee Tobin, a record
number of organizations.
agencies and synagogues have
been active in planning and co-
ordinating this year's event,
which will be held from 9 a.m. to
8 p.m. on January 27.
We need you the Super
Volunteers for Super Sunday. Fill
in the volunteer form on this page
and return it today!For further
information about Super Sunday
please contact the Jewish Feder-
ation at 876-1618.
B&P Starts Campaign Division
The Business and Professional
Jwomen's Network, sponsored by
the Tampa Jewish Federation
Women's Division, has initiated
La own campaign division for the
|1985 Campaign.
Linda Goldstein, chairman of
the B and P Network, announced
f,he appointment of Lois Older
Ld Dr. Joyce Swarzman as Co-
IChairmen of the B and P 1985
Campaign Division. Older and
Swarzman in discussing their
..sition stated, "As women, we
trive continuously for our equal
sition in education, in the job
arket. on salary scales, and in
t organized Jewish community.
IWe have gained considerable
-uccess, with significant poten-
Jtial growth yet to achieve. One of
[the best ways we can visibly
emonstrate our independent
sponsibility as Jewish women
through an independent well-
nsidered contribution to the
11985 UJA-Tampa Jewish
[Federation Campaign, and
further, through influencing our
husbands, our children, .wr
friends, and those around us to
[join us in a contribution as well."
The Business and Professional
IWomen's Network is in its third
[year of existence. It was created
las part of the Women's Division
|of Tampa. This group has pro-
vided its membership with a
[viable niche in the community
[based upon their special needs as
[working women. The Network is
[open to all working women who
Iseek to share their life expe-
Iriences and talents with others as
[they explore their role as Jews,
[and women, through involvement
[in educational programs, net-
working and friendship. In the
[past, during the campaign period
[of the community, the B and P
[members were called on "Super
[Sunday" phonathon to make
[their contribution. This year, the
I Steering Cabinet voted to become
[an active part of the community
[by establishing its own campaign
[division. The B and P contribu-
tion will be reported as s B and P
gift to the 1965 Women's Divi-
sion Campaign. Working women,
[business women, and profes-
jsional women will be asked for a
pledge during the next month of
I campaign the pledge may be
paid monthly, annually, semi-
| annually, and is due by Dec. 31.
The campaign committee.
I comprised of Lois Older, Joyce
For further information about
the Business and Professional
Women's Network and their Jan.
29 program, call the Federation
Women's Division office, 875-
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Be o tartner for Life-Answer the Coll
JANUARY 27, 1985
Dr. Joyct Swarzman
Swarzman, Joy Wilkof. Ruth
Kline, Rhoda Karpay, Judy
Rosenblatt, Karen Engel. Sandy
Smoler, and the Steering
Cabinet, have planned an excit-
ing function Jan. 29, which will
be the group's January meeting.
World renowned author, lecturer,
historian, journalist, Gerda Klein
will be in Tampa exclusively to
address the Business and Profes-
sional Women's Network. The
group wQl be honored at a buffet
dinner at the home of Rhoda
Older and Swarzman both
serve on the Business and
Professional Women's Network
Steering Cabinet as well as the
Women's Division Board of Dir-
ectors. Lois Older is married to
Dr. J. Justin Older, and they are
the parents of two children; she is
employed as a broker-salesman
with Merrill Lynch Realty. Dr.
Joyce Swarzman is married to
Herbert Swarzman and they are
the parents of a daughter. Dr.
Swarzman is an assistant pro-
fessor at the University of South
Florida, in the Childhood Educa-
tion Language Arts Department,
and astiirt'H director of the Sun-
coast Area Teacher Training
Honors Program.
\ Address
Home Phone
Business Phone
will be representing:
i_____________^__^___________ -
(organization, synagogue, agency, youth group. Federation's Women's Division)
Tampa Jewish Federation's
January 27,1985
I'll do my part as a:
D phone volunteer
? non phone volunteer
D 9 AM-12 Noon ? 3 PM-6 PM
D 1 PM-4 PM
You may volunteer for one or more
? I will need day care services
(Age 3+please!)
Day care available between
Number of children____________
January 28-31,1985
I'll join you on:
? Monday, January 28
D Tuesday, January 29
D Wednesday, January 30
D Thursday, January 31
You may volunteer for all or part
of any session
2808 Horatio Street, Tampa
Q This is my first Super Sunday



Return to: The Tampa Jewish Federation
2808 Horatio Street
Tampa, Fla.

Page 4 The Jewiah Florkiian of Tampa/ Friday, January 11,1985
JANUARY 27,1985
Be q Partner for LifeAnswer the Call
Super Sunday is a very special day. AD over the
nation on that day, people will make thousands of
telephone calls in an attempt to reach every house-
hold in the American Jewish community.
On Super Sunday, you will receive a call from one of
your neighbors asking you to help Jews in need at
home, in Israel and around the world.
When your telephone rings, answer the call. Your
support is essential to the quality of Jewish life in the
years ahead.
fl n I
1985 Tampa Jewish Federation/United Jewish Appeal Campaign
2808 Horatio Street Tampa, FL 33809 875-1618
Prepored by ft* notionol United Jewish Appeol os o * Mefcne portr*rsh,p serv.ce tor Americon Jewah


aders Write
)R, The Jewish Fbridian:
en I was about 13 or 14
_ old and I finally realized
[magnitude of the horror of
Holocaust I asked my
jits why the Jews in the rest
lie world did not cry out and
, to the rescue of those being
jhtered in Europe. Their
m was, "They didn't know."
ow could six million people
Systematically killed without
word of the mass alter-
ation being revealed to the
the world? Unfortunately,
jve subsequently found out
many persons, some with
influence and position, did
that the greatest planned
cide in the history of the
race was being carried out
Surope and chose to ignore it
i variety of different reasons.
ne of the least devious, yet
laps the most catastrophic, of
i reasons was the refusal on
part of individuals who
information that mass
lers were taking place to
eve what they were hearing.
I we know now this was even
case for many who would
lately perish at the hands of
In the second weekend of
pember a mass mailing went
to over 3,000 Jews in the
lpa area announcing that
would be an emergency
eting of the Tampa Jewish
imunity to be held at the
ieph Sholom Synagogue on
irsday, Dec. 20. The infor-
Ition contained in this mailing
licated that there was a serious
ergency that required the
ention of all members of the
vish community and yet only
iut 100 individuals attended
Temple Beth-El Art Festival '85
the meeting.
This potentially tragic result is
made even more significant by
the fact that between 200 and 300
individuals were personally
contacted by phone and strongly
asked to attend the meeting.
Many of these people gave the
same responses that they give
whenever they are asked to parti-
ciapte in activities in the com-
munity: "I will try to make it";
"I have something else planned
for that evening"; "I am just too
tired after working all day";
"How much do you want me to
These excuses are made even
though the contacted individuals
knew the urgency of the crisis for
which the meeting was being
They knew that this time the
issue was saving lives of fellow
Jews whose plight the rest of the
world has ignored! They knew
that even though they were going
to be solicited for money it was
important for them to be at this
meeting as a statement of unity
and solidarity.
Fifty of the Suncoast's finest
artists will exhibit at Temple
Beth-El's 12th Annual Art
Festival to be held Sunday, Jan.
20,1 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday,
Jan. 21, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
temple, 400 Pasadena Avenue
South, St. Petersburg. The public
is invited and there is no ad-
mission charge.
Prize money, generously
donated by local businesses, has
been increased to $2300. Judging
will be done by Dr. August
Freundlich, the new dean of the
College of Fine Arts at the
University of South Florida.
The Gala Champagne Preview,
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Fleece and chaired by
Elsie Estroff, will be held
Saturday, January 19 at 7 p.m.
For more information, call the
temple at 347-6136.
Sunday afternoon from 2 p.m.
until 5 p.m. there will be a hands-
on children's workshop held in,
the Religious School rooms. Patti
Novack, a docent at the Museum
of Fine Arts, will supervise this
art project for children over five.
There is no fee but children must
be accompanied by an adult.
Among the artists new to this
12th annual exhibit and sale of
paintings, sculpture, jewelry,
ceramics, glass, and photography
will be Unmaried
"Tony"Eitharong, whose
startling new "Filmmaker
Series" is a complete departure
from his usual precise finely
detailed pencil drawings.
Sculptors Paul and Sandy
Eppling will be returning after an
absence of several years and
favorites Robert Hodgell,
William Rene, James Michaels,
Susan Livingston, Winifred
Klarin and David Goldhagen will
be back.
There will be a large collection
of exceptional limited edition
prints of internationally known
artists such as Este, Neiman.
Alvar, Eligi, Katz, Miro, Gor-
man, and Agam.
The Petit French Cafe, a
popular feature of previous years,
has gone Art Deco and again will
be serving pastries, cheeses and
beverages served by the BEFTY
students and supervised by
David and William Marger.
Art Festival Chairman is Ellie
Argintar, her co-chairmen are
Sonya Miller and Harriet Goff,
with a large committee including
Millie Brown, Donald Burnett,
Lorelle Chausmer, Marilyn
Frieman, Barbara Mokotoff,
Patti Novack, Pat Shavian, Jan
Sher, and Elaine Wides.
Studio and Lecture Art Classes Offered
Yet for some reason they did r, n,.,, .. _,
not want to believe that it was or Children and Adults At Tampa Museum
)eiight Child/grandchild
/ith a Letter of Knowl-
edge. A timeless gift.
ISend for FREE brochure:
knowledge: P.O. Box
7657, Phoenix, AZ 85011.
important for them to stand with
their fellow Jews and make the
statement that "never again"
will Jews perish while the rest of
the world stands by and waits for
some miracle to happen.
We are the miracle! We will not
and cannot stand by while
thousands of our fellow Jews'
lives are in jeopardy. We must
refuse to let ourselves and the
rest of world Jewry say we didn't
act because we didn't know, nor
can we let the Jewish community
fail to act because they do not
want to believe in the horror that
is facing over 20,000 of our
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The Tampa Museum is offering
winter-spring art classes for both
children and adults beginning in
Since art lovers' schedules and
interests vary, the museum is
offering 14 studio and lecture
classes taught by area artists and
art historians during the day, on
evenings and weekends. The
special benefit of museum art
classes is that the participants
have the opportunity to see the
actual art and artifacts in the
museum galleries.
The wide range of classes
offered include the perennial
children's favorites, "pre-school
art" and "ceramics -studio."
Famed archaeologist Dr. James f
Strange arid Assistant Classics s
Professor Kim Felos will teach i
the lecture series "Mythology: [
Fact or Fictiqn." r
An innovative course for youth L
organization leaders, "KreativeL
Kidworks." will premiere. In this I
four-week course, adult in-\
structors will learn to instruct v
children in the use of clay,
collage, found objects and print-
To receive a free brochure on
The Tampa Museum's winter-^
spring art classes, interested
persons should call ths museum'
at 223-8130.
The Tampa Museum is located
downtown by the river, at 601
Doyle Carlton Drive, behind
Curtis Hixon Auditorium.
Admission to the uuseum is free
and it is open on Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday from 10
a.m.-6 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m.-
9 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
and Sunday 1-5 p.m. The
museum is closed on Mondays.
Elbe Argintar (right), chairman
of the Temple Beth-El Art
Festival, and Sonya Miller, co-
chairman, look over works by
some of the artists who will
exhibit in the annual show, to
take place January 19-21.
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Hillel School: Outstanding
Education and Jewish Values
This is the first in a series of
articles highlighting the agencies
which are recipients of funding
from the annual Tampa Jewish
Federation-United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign.
The Hillel School of Tampa is a
private school; one among many,
but unique and different from
any other elementary school in
Tampa. Hillel alone offers excel-
lent basic secular and Judaic
education to children from
kindergarten through the eighth
grade. Jewish values are woven
mto the curriculum and into the
hfe of the school. The classes,
programs, special projects and
events and all the activities of the
school grow out of a philosophy
which stresses excellence and
integration of Judaic studies.
As the new building, the Beth
Israel campus, was constructed
on the grounds of the Jewish
Community Center, committees
of faculty members and educa-
tional leaders worked to make
sure that what would take place
there would be as fresh, as up-to-
date and as firm as the building
Hillel has been most fortunate
m having three outstanding
educational consultants serve on
the education committee: Dr.
Arthur Shapiro, former super-
intendent of schools in several
states, and professor of education
in the USF Office of Educational
Leadership; Dr. Braulio Alonso,
former president of the National
Education Association and
United Nations consultant on
education; and Dr. Joyce
Swarzman, assistant professor in
the USF College of Education
and assistant director in the
Office of Clinical Education.
Recently, the consultants were
aafctfi to ehace sorop of their
thsjsjghta about'-Hillel; The dif-
ference between this school and
others is its Jewish character,"
said Dr. Alonso. "The children
Workshop For
Adult Children
of Alcoholics
The Family Service
Association of Greater Tampa is
sponsoring a four-week workshop
for adult children of alcoholics
beginning Jan. U from 7:30-9:30
pjn. at Family Service, 206 W.
Brorein Street, Tampa. The cost
is S20 and reservations can be
mads by calling 251-8477,
Alcoholism therapist Betty
Phillips, MA, will lead this
workshop that will help adult
children of alcoholics look at
alcoholism, co-dependency,
family dynamics and inter-
personal relationships.
Alcoholism is not a spectator
sport it touches everyone who
comes in contact with it.
1 800 432 3708
are getting a good education with
an emphasis on Jewish values, a
reinforcement of heritage,
strengthening of their religion,
individual attention, and a devel-
opment of a sense of personal
growth." This attention to values
and heritage fosters the develop-
ment of a sense of Jewish iden-
tity. Another asset is the class
size, said Dr. Alonso. "The small
classes provide for individual
attention, easy determination of
how a student is doing and good
esprit de corps."
Dr. Shapiro, chairman of the
education committee, agreed that
the experience in Judaism offered
by Hillel is "a powerful tool" for
influencing a student's develop-
ing sense of identity. "Hillel
School is a super place," said Dr.
Shapiro, "because it is a human-
istic school, that is. a place where
the teachers really care about the
students, and we know that kids
learn best in a caring environ-
ment. We have a high quality fa-
culty, and it is getting better and
Hillel 8 faculty is benefiting
from Florida'8 role in educational
research, according to Dr.
Swarzman. The state of Florida
has recently begun using a sys-
tem of teacher evaluation based
on 15 years of research into what
makes effective teaching and
learning. Dr. Swarzman has
brought Florida's unique
research-based measuring and
training system to Hillel's
teachers in the form of in-service
workshops. In participating in
this program, Hillel faculty
members are joining veteran
teachers from all over the state
who have benefited from the sys-
tem's values, practicality and
helpfulness in improving teach-
ing skills.
"When I came to Hillel in the
fall to work with the teachers, I
was impressed with their enthu-
siasm, their professionalism and

their eagerness to learn more,"
said Dr. Swarzman, who works
with 500 teachers each year. "It
has been an honor and a privilege
to work with them."
The reorganized and reevaluat-
ed curriculum is in place and
functioning. In both Judaic and
secular areas the curriculum is
increasingly quality oriented,
according to Dr. Shapiro. The
Hillel School curriculum equals
or exceeds what is offered by
other area schools.
The curriculum is based on
several carefully defined goals.
These include literacy in English
and Hebrew and use of a wide
range of materials, basic skills
which demonstrate understand-
ing of theory and experience in
math and science, and under-
standing of world and Jewish
history, including the role of art,
music and dance. In addition,
teachers work to pass on to
student 8 a sense of personal
worth and self-confidence, a sense
of wonder about the universe and
the mysteries of life, and a love of
learning and a sense of humility.
Hillel 8 faculty works towards
achieving these goals through
integrating general and Jewish
studies wherever possible in a
caring, supportive environment
responsive to individual inter-
ests, abilities and needs.
Dr. Alonso summed up, "Hillel
is a good school with a good
faculty. Its greatest asset is its
moral and religious values. It
provides an identity which leads
to the development of confidence
and self-esteem."
The Hillel School of Tampa
was founded in 1970 at
Congregation Rodeph Sholom. In
1984, due to the Capital Gifts
campaign and with the coopera-
tion of the Jewish Community
Center, Hillel moved into its new
building, designated the Beth
Israel Campus, on the JCC
You are cordially invited
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Benefiting the
Tampa Jewish Federation/
United Jewish Appeal
1985 Campaign Effort
Guest of Honor:
City of Tampa
Grand Ball Room
Cocktail Reception 7:30 P.M.
Couvert: $12.50 per person
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iblished By CJF Planning Department
first national resource pu-
ition on child day care under
auspices in North Amer-
has been issued by the
of Jewish Federations
i available for use by
itions, Jewish centers,
jy service agencies, syna-
[pies and related institutions.
"Child Day Care Under Jewish
uspices," compiled by CJF
inning Consultant Joan Fuld,
judes the results of a detailed
vey of 76 communities and a
Dry of over 160 Jewish day
re programs.
I The survey was designed to
Iplore planning issues related to
e development of services, to
ovide data on national trends
M to obtain specific program
Infant day care, programs for
-schoolers and toddlers, and
fter school programs for latch-
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brmation such as hours avail-
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nd fee range, and related
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At least 6,000 children,
ewborn to kindergarten age,
fere reported to be served by all-
Local Get-
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Seven Camps
Blue Star's Seven Camps will
hold its annual get-together on
Sunday, January 27, at the
Tampa Jewish Community
enter, according to an an-
[nouncement made by Elaine
[Stupp. the camp's local repre-
Beginning at 7 p.m., the
I gathering will be attended by
former campers, staff and
parents, as well as by those
families interested in the unique
programming conducted at the
co-educational camps and sister-
brother camps located in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of western
North Carolina, near Henderaon-
I ville.
Founded in 1948. Blue Star is
| still owned and directed by the
Popkin family. Herman M.
Popkin and his eon, Rodger, co-
direct the camps and extend a
warm and cordial invitation to
iris and boys between the ages
ot six and 17 to attend the get-
"We will show a 20-minute
color film of last season," the
Popkins explained, "and will
answer questions about our
program, staff, facilities and
location. Even if you have never
attended Blue Star or any camp
before, or if you're interested only
n a staff position, you are invited
to join us."
Campers from Tampa already
Enrolled for the 1986 camping
sessions include Andrew Valins,
Michael Cotren, Andrew
Weinstein, Lawrence Miller and
Meredith Miller.
day programs under Jewish aus-
pices. Almost 2,000 children were
reported to participate in after-
school programs.
Miriam Schneirov of Philadel-
phia is chair of the CJF Task
Force on Jewish Child Day Care,
which participated in the
development of the survey and
the analysis of the results.
"Child day care programs are a
vital way in which Jewish com-
munities can assist Jewish
youngsters and their families,"
Mrs. Schneirov said. "These pro-
grams also provide a unique
opportunity for the Jewish com-
munity to reach out to families
and to strengthen their ties with
our Jewish institutions."
She noted that the demand is
growing for all child day care
services from infant care to after-
school care and that programs
under Jewish auspices are viewed
as very attractive.
Among the planning issues
dealt with in the survey is the
identification of obstacles to pro-
gram development in this area.
Negative community attitudes
toward day care were originally
assumed to be a major factor.
However, the study revealed
other factors, such as cost, to be
more significant. While child day
care is no longer seen as a threat
to the Jewish family, it is just
beginning to be viewed as a way
to strengthen families and thus
become a community priority,
the study revealed.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions is the association of 200
Federations, welfare funds and
community councils which serve
nearly 800 communities embrac-
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than 5.7 million in the U.S. and
Established in 1932, the
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The HiSeJ School
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Red Grooms Discount
Store Tour And
Sculpture Workshop
Red Grooms Discount Store,
the wild parody of American
consumerism, will inspire
children and adults who take part
in the free tour and sculpture
workshop planned for Sunday
afternoon. Jan. 13, at the Tampa
January 13 will be the final day
for the exhibit, so visitors are
encouraged to tour the Discount
Store at 2 p.m. with museum
docents. Then at 3 p.m. all
visitors are invited to attend the
workshop and learn how to
design and make their own sculp-
ture environments. Instructor
Bruce Sargent will demonstrate
how to use cardboard and color to
create personal fantasies. All
children attending the workshop
must be accompanied by an
adult, but all adults do not have
to be accompanied by a child.
Red Grooms Discount Store is
part of the larger exhibition,
"Icons of Postwar Art: Painting
and Sculpture from the Norman
and Irma Braman Collection,'
sponsored by Citicorp, which will
be exhibited through Feb. 10.
Darcy Lynn Greco and Steven
Lome Feldman were married OB
Dec. 29 at the Palms Csia Goif
and Country Club. Judge Jack
Griffin officiated.
The bride is the fiig*^ of
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Greco, Jr. She
is the granddaughter of Mrs.
Evelyn Greco and Mrs. Myrna
HepinstaD, both of Tampa.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Feldman. He is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Alec Cloth of Toronto, Canada.
The bride's attendantr ware
Dana Greco, maid of honor; Julia
Higgins, Susan Smith and Beth
Greco of Tampa, and Robin
Harwell of Columbus, Georgia.
Best man was Matthew Reach
of Holmdel. New Jersey. Ushers
were Evan Feldman and Dick
Greco of Tampa; Bill Tapper,
Toronto, Canada; and Ralph
Harwell, Columbus, Georgia.
The reception was held in the
ballroom of the Palma Ceia Golf
and Country Club.
The couple will reside in
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Iroff of
Knoxville, Term,, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Michelle Rebecca, to Stuart
Martin Langer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Langer of Tampa.
The bride-elect is the public
relations-program coordinator for
B'nai B'rith District Five in
Atlanta, and a cum lande
graduate of American University
in Washington, DC.
The bridegroom elect is an
accountant with Arthar
Andersen and Co, and outgoing
president of Atlanta's Leo M.
Frank Lodge ef B'nai B'rith. Ha
is a graduate of Florida State
An October wadding is planned
in Knoxville.
Elaine F. Shim berg
Shimberg to
Speak At Book
Fund Luncheon
Elaine Fantle Shimberg will be
the guest speaker at the Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee Book Fund Luncheon
on Tuesday, Jan. 22 st 11 a.m. at
the home of Dalia Mallin.
Shimberg is the author of
"How to Be a Successful
Housewife-Writer" and "Two
For the Money A Woman's
Guide to a Double Career
The cost of the luncheon is $15.
For more information please call
933-8068.961-8614, or 933-1379.
Filed for
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The response from those seek-
ing admission to Menorah
Manor, "Our Home for Jewish
Living" substantiated the need
for a Jewish Philanthropic Nurs-
ing Home in the West Central
part of Florida, and reinforced
the commitment of Irwin Miller,
president, and others on the
board of governors, to bring this
facility into reality. Menorah
Manor will follow the dieatary
laws of Kashruth and will em-
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Edward Vinocur, executive
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mission, to meet the needs of
those most requiring the nurtur-
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provide to the members of its
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total support can Menorah
Manor be a true home for the
older adults of our community.
To secure an application for
residency, or to pledge to the
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Congregations/Organizations Events
Friday, January 11,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Tampa Page 11
sports writer with Associated Relations Board and Aliyah com
Press, as well as a feature writer
Famfly^bbat Dinner A night of games bridge
And Sisterhood Shabbet games Ind nuinjongg wlilbe
The evening of Friday, Jan. 18 held on Wednesday, Jan. 16,
,nU find two special activities along with an open board meet-
Book Fund Luncheon
A book fund luncheon will be
5*place at Congregation Kol fag* the JCC in"the1^y.?7 held bTLftlBrai,^r!nWiI1 ^
JEm 6:30 p.m. the con- PJJJ. The $2 per person admission Nf^lS.SSl^jfitt
gregants and their families will will benefit the Hadassah SlSS ^""oV ??mmi.ttee on
be sitting down to a festive *Jedlcal Organization, which has
Shabbat Dinner. In preparation P years of experience in healing
for this meal, the Kol Ami kit- and teaching for the people of
chen will be exceptionally busy in Israel. The pace-setting medical
that some of the congregation research is shared with hospitals
around the world.
for other publications. He has
compiled a library of Judaica, has
been to Israel on several occa-
sions where he twice interviewed
fromer Prime Minister
Menachem Begin. In Tampa he
serves on the Jewish Community
Members of Congregation
Schaarai Zedek who are over 50
and single are invited to attend
this program. For more informa-
tion, please call Dotty Pomeranz,
831-2498 or Miriam Einhon, 837-
woman will be cooking the meal
there and baking special desserts.
Not to be excluded from the fun,
j Kol Ami men will learn how and
| will bake the Challah to be used.
Following the dinner will be
the Friday night service. Since
this service has been designated
to be Sisterhood Shabbat, the
service will be conducted by
members of Kol Ami's Sister-
hood. Mrs. Rosulla Bonham from
Lake Mary, Florida will be our
guest speaker.
With such a double billing the
congregation is looking forward
to a most unique and rewarding
I" evening."
This event has been planned to
accommodate our members who
are not able to attend our regular
daytime meetings. The support
of all our members is needed and
appreciated. Guests are welcome.
Coffee and cake will be served.
This month ends the Donor
and Ad book campaign which
benefits the-Hadassah Medical
Organization, Members are urged
to turn in ads and donor lists by
Jan. 16 to Terry Medgebow or
Bert Green,'because of the time
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CarfdhlighYi& tWnV-o"?33 p.m. KolAmi/YotfTr) and Hebrew
Level II Shabbat, 7:30 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Kotler Lecture
Saturday, January 12
Hillel Parents Assn. Social, 8 p.m.
Sunday, Jmay 13
Hadassah-Am eet
SchZFTY meeting
Education Day, % p.m. Schaarai Zedek
rVfcnday, January 14
Tampa Jewish Federation-Women's Division Campaign Cabinet
meeting, 9:30 a.m. Schaarai Zedek Executive Committee
meeting,'12:30 p.m. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Board
meeting, 1:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith North Tampa General meeting,
Jewish Towers Board meeting, 4 p. m. Kol Ami Executive Board
meeting, 8 p.m.
Hadassah-Tampa Chapter Open Board meeting, 10a.m. Lunch
Bunch at the Jewish Community Center, 10 a.m. Kol Ami
Senior Socialites, noon Kol Ami Sisterhood meeting, 7:30 p.m.
ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling, 9:30 a.m. Mary Walker Resi-
dent-Management meeting, 1:30 p.m. Jewish Community
Center Executive Board meeting, 5:50 p.m. ADL Executive
Committee meeting, 7 p.m. Schaarai Zedek Adult Education,
7:30 p.m. Jewish Community Center Board meeting, 8 p.m.
Candlelighting time 5:39 p.m. ORT-Tampa Chapter Shabbat at
Chabad House Kol Ami Shabbat Dinner, 6:30 p.m. Kol Ami
Sisterhood Shabbat, 7:30 p.m. Rpdeph Sholom Sisterhood
Shabbat, 8 p.m.
Saturday, January 19
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood .Shabbat, 10 a.m. Kol Ami Youth
Activity Schaarai Zedek New Members Dinner, 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, January 20 "
B'nai B'rith-West Coast Council meeting, 10 a.m. ORT-Tampa
Chapter "Chocolate Extravaganza" at Curtis Hixon Hall, noon
Schaarai Zedek SchZFTY Activity National Council Jewish
Women meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Jewish Federation B & P Network Campaign event, 6:30
p.m. Schaarai Zedek Board meeting, 8 p.m.
ORT-Bay Horizons meeting, 10:30 a.m. Brandeii University
National Women's Committee Book Fund Luncheon, 11 a.m.
ORT-Tampa Chapter meeting, 7 p.m. Hadassah-Ameet
general meeting, 8 p.m.
Notional Council Jewish Women Board meeting, 9:45 a.m.
Rodeph Sholom Sisterhood Torah Fund Luncheon, 11 a.m. Kol
Ami Senior Socialites, noon Temple David Sisterhood General
meeting, 1 p.m. National Council Jewish Women Ship-A-Box,
2 P m. Kol Ami Men's Club meeting, 7 p.m. Hillel Open
House Kindergarten through 3rd Grade, 7 p.m. Tampa Jewish
Social Service Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. Hadassah-Sholom
Brandon Meeting, 8 p.m.
ORT-Tampa Chapter Bowling, 9:30 a.m. Jewish Towers Resi-
dent-Management meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tampa Jewish Feder-
ation Board meeting, 4 p.m.
Candlelighting time 5:45 p.m. Rodeph Sholom UJA Shabbat, 8'
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Tuesdsy, Jan. 22, at 11 a.m. at
the home of Dalia Mallin. The
guest speaker will be author and
journalist Elaine Fantle
Shim berg.
The cost of the luncheon is $15.
For further information, please
call 933-8058, 961-8614, or 933-
Singles 60 Cbavurah
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by Pete Black in a program en-
titled "An Afternoon of Jewish
Humor." Black will give a his-
torical background of Jewish
humor, teH what makes it unique,
and demonstrate examples of
Jewish humor with tapes.
Pete Black, owner of Alpha In-
dustrial Supplies, is a former

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On Feb. 3 from 1 to 4 p.m.. the
JCC and the Jewish National
Fund will offer a fan family day
for the entire Jewish community.
The theme for the day will he
Pioneers of Israel, and a tower
and stockade will be built aa part
of the start of the tradition of
planting trees. Many other activ-
ities will also take place. If you
are interested in helping with this
program please contact Terry at
the Center.
Jewish Music Season program
coming on Feb. 24.
Sign up now. Jan. 26 and 27.
Adult Men's Singles. Men's'
Doubles. Women's Singles. |
Women's Doubles. Mixed
Doubles. Teen Singles, and Teen
$5 per entry members. 17.50
non-members. Call Bill to
Teen night includes aerobics
and self defense. Classes for teens
in self defense is on Tuesdays,
from 7-8 p.m. Aerobics are from
7:45 to 8:45 p.m. Let's get
Girls and guys interested in
trying out for the JCC Cheer-
leading Squad act now! Sign-up
for winter practices and cheer for
our JCC basketball teams.
WHO should sign-up: Cheer-
leading tryouts are open to girls
and boys grades 5-8 for our JV
and varsity teams.
WHEN to sign-up: Sign-up
now! Workout practices begin in
WHERE: Choose the day.
time, and location most conve-
nient for you. The Cheer wading
Coach offers you a choice of prac-
tice days on either Monday or
Thursdays at: Main JCC, 2808i
Horatio, 3:15-4:15 p.m.
Mondays at: JCC North (Con-
gregation Kol Ami) Carrollwood.
5-6 p.m.
HOW to sign up: Sign-up at
the front desk of the JCC or with.
Penny Breitstein at Kol Ami. For
further information, call Melody!
Jurado at the JCC, 872-4461. I
Tiny Tots is a special class for
12-18-month-olds designed to in-
volve the child and parent in
learning perceptual motor and
gross-motor stimulation, do
exploratory activities, and
exercise for both parent and|
child. The class meets on Fridays
in the North from 11:30 a.m. to
12:15 p.m. and on Wednesdays at
the main center from 10:30 to
Kinder gym, a special class for
Kindergarten children em-
phasizes space and direction,
balance, coordination, rhythmic
and games. It is a splendid way
to start your child off on a good
physical fitness program. The
class meets on Mondays, from
3:15 to 4:15 p.m. at the main JCC
in the gymnasium.
Two new classes are being
offered for older grade-school
children this Winter term. Flag
football is for 5th and 6th graders
The Jewish Community Center
Center Piece
The Conjunto Reguesh
Israeli Folklore Ensemble of Buenos Mr**, Argentina
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8:00 p.m., 1985
$5.00; $3.00 Seniors A Children
and meets on Thursdays from
3:15 to 4:15 p.m. A great start
for your future football player
with Bill giving his special touch.
Floor Hockey is on Wednesdays
from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. for 3rd
through 6th graders and is some-
thing unusual and fun for chil-
dren. They make a good com-
bination for an athletic afternoon.
Please note that we have added
Tuesday-Thursday aerobics to
the list of activities available to
you at the JCC. Melody will be
doing BBB Aerobics (Burn Your
Bellies. Buns and Bulges Off)
from 9 to 10 a.m. Cost is $20 per
month for members, $30 for non-
members. This will be a fun
dance-aerobic time with routines
and special "inch" burning exer-
cises geared to reducing belly,
buns, and thigh bulges.
After you no longer need our
pre-natal exercise classes which
meet on Tuesday and Thursdays
from 6:30-7:30, bring your new-
born to our new baby-mother
dance class on Wednesday
evenings at 6:30 to 7:30. Classes
will start with high quality time
with baby in an atmosphere of
play and security, with bonding
and communication through
movement, color, music, touch
and physical activity. The second
portion of each class will be an
exercise program devoted to
helping the new mother regain
her body's natural alignment,
retone muscles stretched during
pregnancy and relieve tension
connected with mothering a new
The JCC Pre-School has active
equipment and scholarship
funds. The equipment fund was
established to buy needed equip-
ment for the pre-school class-
The Gladys Newman Scholar-
ship fund was established to help
defray the expenses of pre-school
students whose families cannot
pay the full tuition. We wish to
thank the following families for
their donations to these funds:
Dr. and Mrs. M. Kalson, Dr.
and Mrs. R. Goldstein, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Blackburn, Dr. and Mrs.
S. Goldsmith, Dr. B. Saks and
Dr. M. Maltzer, Dr. and Mrs. J.
Stein, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davidson,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Linsky, and Mr.
and Mrs. O. Linsky.
The teachers really appreciated
all the thoughtful gifts to the
classrooms this Chanukah.
A children's drama group is
forming. A group will meet at the
main center on Wednesdays,
from 4:30-6 p.m.. and in the
North on Tuesdays, from 4:30 to
6 p.m.
Two separate shows will be
done, depending on the amount
of children at each place. The
shows will be "'Peter Pan." and
"Peter and the Wolf." Both will
be musicals. If you have not
signed your child up yet. there is
still time. Age limit is 3rd
through 6th grade. Cost to enter
the program is (40 for members,
and S60 for non-members. The
show will be presented on March
30 in the evening.
The Tampa Teen Togetherness
date has been wrong the last two
issues. This fun evening which
will include Q105 Disc Jockey
Mike Reeves, movies, food,
sleepover, fun and friends, will be
held on Jan. 26. Please call for
reservations. $5 for. JCC mem-
Another part of our parenting
series will include a look at youth
and the problem of suicide.
Nancy Even of the Suicide Crisis
Center will discus* how to recog
nize symptoms, and what pie-
ventive measures to use when
dealing with children with these
problems. The date is Wednes-
day, Jan. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and the
program will be held at the JCC
North (Kol Ami Synagogue). The
cost is $2 for members, S3 for
non-members. Please register in
Have a look at "The Challenge
of Parenthood" with Rabbi Steve
Kaplan, whose series starts on
Feb. 4, the first of four. A
psychological-philosophical look
at child-rearing practices as they
relate to the Jewish family will be
the over-all topic. Cost for the
series will be $20 for one parent,
$30 a couple for members, $30-45
for non-members. Please let us
know in advance that you are
attending, by registering at the
If you haven't planned your
February vacation yet. there is a
trip to Israel for $1,099 for two
weeks, leaving Feb. 23. If you're
interested, please call Terry at
the Center.
Because there is a reorganiza-
tion going on. The JCC Singles
have "disbanded" to help form
the new Tampa Bay Jewish
Singles Council, which will cover
Pinellas and Hillsborough
counties. Committees have been
formed, which include program,
membership (which includes a
"welcoming committee" as well
as mailing list update), 1985 con-
ference committee and public
relations committee. There is also
an executive committee.
If you are interested in serving
in any of these capacities, please
call the Center and we will
connect you to the proper com-
mittee. In the meantime, there
are no programs, but the com-
mittee has met, and a new
mailing will be forthcoming very
soon. Thanks for your patience.
Put Jan. 29 on your calendar
for our first movie of the series.
"The Frisco Kid" will be shown
on Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m. A
special showing for senior
citizens will be held that after-
noon at 1.
Charge in the afternoon w ill be
$1, evening $2 (or $5 for the
entire series of three.)
Unintentionally left out of the
Winter Program Guide is a
second date for our Breast Cancer
Seminar which will be held on
Monday, Jan. 14 at 7:30 p.m. as
well as the listed March date.
This is for women of all ages and
a very important part of preven-
tive measures for cancer. The
program will be presented by
Cheryl Hall of the Breast Screen-
ing and Education Center, and
will include the discussion of
mammography. Cost is $2 for
members, $3 for non-members.
Please make reservations in ad-
Not found in your Winter Pro-
gram Guide are continuing ballet
classes for adults. Classes are
held on Tuesdays and-or Thurs-
days from 9 to 10 a.m. Cost is $16
(members) for one time a week,
$25 for two times a week. Non-
members $25-$37.50. You may
pay at your first class.
Drs. Novak will present Home-
maker-Wife: An Important Job,
at the next lunch bunch to be on
Jan. 23, starting at 10, ending at
12, and at Ho Ho Choy Restau-
rant. 12791 N. Dale Mabry. This
is an enjoyable time spent with
good food, good friends, and a
good program. For reservations,
call the Center. Baby sitting is
available upon request at an
additional fee.
Don't lose your precious Yid-
dish language. Come to the
Center and talk with others, and
stay fluent. If you have just a
smattering and want to learn
more, pick Yiddish up in an
informal way by attending the
club. There will not be specific
lessons just chit-chat. Our
first meeting was on Jan. 7.
Please call Terry at the Center to
find out when the next meeting
will be held. ^
Our Hebrew-Speakingdubwi
continue to mast on the first mi
third Wednesdays of the moa?
If you want to keep up y(Hl
ability to apeak, or sharpen you,
ears a little, come to our gom I
and converse. 7:30 at the Cent?
cost $1 members. $1.50 ncm!
This is not a class, but ml
teach every week. One needn't
come continually to be a part of
this group. We teach, then we do
request dancing and call up all of
the dances we taught before or
remember from our past danrini
experience. Good for both begin
ners and advanced dancers.
Please join us on Wednesdays'
8. $1 for members, $1.50 for na> |
For JCC front office. Meet and
greet the pub he, answer phone.
and direct calls; good typing
skills, knowledge of office!
machines and light bookkeeping
helpful. Paid holidays and hos-
pitalization. Call 872-4451 for
On Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 1:30,1
Jos Sabella of the Florid.
Department of Insurance wil give
v ital information on how to pro-
tect yourself against the
fraudulent practices of insurance |
companies and agents direcUd
primarily at seniors. Learn th,
facts and protect your finance! I
No charge for this program.
On Wednesday. Jan. 23 at 1
p.m. Drs. Marty Port and
Richard Salkowe from the Hills-
borough County Podiatry Asso-
ciation wil be on hand to answer
questions and examine your feet-
No charge for this program.
January 13 Circus World,
featuring the Glenn Miller Band
and all regular shows will cost
$15 for members, $22.50 for non-
members. Departure time is 9:30
a.m.. returning at 5 p-m-
Reservations must be made by
Jan. 11. Let's go to the circus!
January 23 Country Dinner
Theatre, presenting "Anything
Goes." Cost, $17.50 for members,
$25 for non-members. There art
only 32 seats available and
members will have priority. Prk
includes buffet lunch and yd
transportation. Departure tin*
10:30, returning at 4:30. Let* 1
to Anything Goes!
Listen to WMNF at 11:00
Sundays for the Jewish Sound.
Jewish Community Center
2808 Horatio (South End)
872-4451 M
3919 MoranRd. (North End.
Tampa, Florida

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