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from handloomed "ethnic" vests to Silk chiffons wlll be modeled at Rlshona. ! 980 presentation of the world- show to be held Wed., Jan. at the Maitland Civic Center. Fashion will be served for a Sonia Shey is luncheon chairman. call Sylvia Levine at 834-3218, or 422. 7335. Meeting Officers To Be , Installed f the exper- Dotte Appelbaum, youth activ- new faces ity vice president; Alan Rock, of the adult activity vice-president; and board Leo Bernstein, senior activity elected and vice-president; Terry Hyman, hter'sannual treasurer; and Mark Cooper, h,, Jan. 6. secretary. agenda will The Jewish Federation's and nominees to the JCC board 's reports, include: Mark Cooper, Robert and Cooper, Bob Gamson, Bill fficers and Kahn, Dottie Kosto, Sunny reption in Mandell, Sheryl Meitin and ,ing JCC Murray Schwartz. speak The JCC nominees are Gary Baumgarten, Michael Feldman, Bonnie Friedman, include LJnda Kaufman, Bill Kowalsky, pres- Sandy Picheny, Vci Rock and Barbara Cary Ser. and P.E. The annual meeting will be Levine, held in the JCC auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Shmeicheis tourist looked down into the famous sputtered and bubbled ominously. '" the tourist commented to the guide. '" smiled the guide, "'You've been the NEEDLENOOK .... Knitting & Crocheting Classesl Knitting & Crocheting -- 4 weeks classes with Helene Barren -- 10 weeks -- includes materials. to Select Your Colors. For more information CII the NEEDLENOOK at HERITA6E, Florida Jewish News, January 4. 1960, Page 3 At the Federation... Major Issues for American Jews in 1980 Outlined by Gene Stare HERITAGE Staff It was the final board of directors meeting of 1979, but Orlando's Jewish Federation meeting last week began on a note of looking toward the future. President Marcia Kerstein outlined her thoughts on the ten major issues she felt Jewish Americans would be confronted with in the coming decade. She saw them as: --The State of Israel --Arab influences on the U.S. --Our dependence on energy --The Iranian situation --The UN and its snugness with the P.LO. --Migration, including Soviet Jews --World monetary crisis --The erosion of Jewish identity --Anti-semitism Rosalie Deutch was wel- comed to her first meeting as a member of the board of directors. She represents the Chevrah Kadesha, approved as a Federation organization last month. It was announced that the $100,000 State of Israel bond purchased by the Federation has been redeemed and forwarded to the United Jewish Appeal. Bob Jordan, Channel 9's news director and evening news anchorman, will take his second investigative look at Israel later this year, according to Eva Ritt, Community Rela- tions Committee chairperson. Jordan is expected to have his own news cameraman from Channel 9 with him to record his special reports. He will make the trip in mid-/rch, says Ritt. Ritt reported that Congress- man Bill Nelson will be one of the speakers at a Federation- sponsored energy conserva- tion conference to be held here soon. "Judaica High School will be much more exciting this semester," according to Fed- eration education vice president Rita Bomstein. The addition of two new courses is the reason, she says. The high school, combin- ing students from three area synagogues, meets this year at Temple Israel. Kinneret II is fully rented according to Kinneret Association president Murray Schwartz, with the last occu- pants expected to move into the new structure within the next few weeks. The Federation was invited to hold a board meeting in the lobby of the newest seniors apa,-tment building as soon as furnishings are completed. The holiday season spirit that prevailed at last week's board of directors meeting was implemented when Executive Vice President Elliot Zerivitz brought in a cake dec- orated with two candles in honor of Jerry Bornstein's bi,thday. "Why just two candlesT' someone asked before Bornstein said he was 56 years old. "One to grow on, and one for good luck," was the answer. JFS Receives United Way $12M Grant Additional monetary support for Orlando's Jewish Family Services came this week as the United Way presented a $12,000 grant to the sup- portive agency for use in 1980, JFS Executive Director AI Gamson, in making the announcement, said the grant was an increase over the $10,000 received last year. It was the only United Way contribution to a Jewish-oriented or- ganization. Pitseleh If you take the Hebrew spelling of Jerusalem and give each letter its numerical equivalent in Hebrew  10 for yud, 200 for raish, 6 for vov, 300 for shin, .30 forlamed and 40 for mem (omitting the second "U"), you get a total of 586. which is the 586 B.CE. when the first Temple in Palestine was destroyed, according to Leon Solon- che of The Jewish Week (New York) staff. At Burdlnes Citrus Shop we're ready to spread the Florida sunshine. 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