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January 11, 1980

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,CXA'HO !CANDLE UGHTING TIMES: Fd., Jan. 1 1 5:35 p.m. Fd.0 Jan. 18 5:41 p.m. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 'Shabbat -- Federation CJA representatives will speak at area synagogues at ' S,habbat services. A Shabbaton dinner will be held. Shabbat service will begin at 6 p.m., dinner SATURDAY, JANUARY ] 2 Shine As Day" -- The performance will be held at the Bob Carr Auditorium t 8:30 p m in celebration of the 1980 CJA kickoff. Tckets of $10, $8 and $6 are available 'at e Bob Carr Auditorium. SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 Bikel -- Open to campaign givers of $3,600 minimum, at the home Norman and/rlene Rossman at 10:30 a.m. Sholom of Satellite Beach -- An open house and dedication of the aa gogue's new wing will be held at 2 p.m. Guest speaker will be U.S. Congress- n Bill Nelson. Brotherhood of Daytona Beach -- A breakfast meeting will be held at the Je at 10 a.m. Charge is $1 per person. A brunch will be held at the JCC at 11 a.m. Admission is $1 for JCC $1.50 for non-members. -- K'Tanim (fourth and fifth grade students) will go rollerskating at p.m. Meet at the synag$1.ue with lunch and drink. Pickup at Semoran p.m. Cost is 1.75. (sixth and seventh grade students) will go to the John Young Planetarium. from the synagogue at 12:30 p.m. with lunch and drink. Pickup at Planet. 3:30 p.m. Fee is go. SUck Pialrs (K-2) -- A production of the Wizard of Oz will be performed JCC at 2 p.m. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15 -- A luncheon meeting to raise funds for BBW's Children's Home and P House in Israel will be held in the Community Room of the First Federal Bank in College Park at noon. Julia Joseph will present a book review of"Leah's Gloria Goldreich. Donation for members and guests is $10 per person. reservations by January 13, call Fannie Resnick, 841`-8116; or Florence I ibman, Retirees and Senior Citizens -- A meeting will be held at Temple Beth of Satellite Beach at 12:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ! 6 Adult Visitors Brigade -- A meeting will be held at the JCC at 7:30 further information, call Judy Schiff at 645-5933. "- Debra Green, director of New England Camp Ramah, will be at Congr. Ohev to talk about the Camp from 4-6 p.m. interested parents and children are to attend. Sholom Sisterhood of Satellite Beach -- Harold Lebow, collector and Arts, will present a lecture, show films and exhibit treasures of his col- a meeting to be held at the synagogue at 8 p.m. Husbands and guests are Refreshments will be served. AJrlonymous -- A meeting will be held at the JCC at 8 p.m. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 Slalom Sisterhood -- A sisterhood Shabbat will begin at 8:15 p.m. Sholom Sisterhood of Satellite Beach -- A sisterhood Shabbat will begin 8 p.m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1 9 The Avodah group will perform at the Brevard Community College in Cocoa at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $3 per adult, $2 per child. For send check, payable to the Brevard ,Jewish Community Council, to Avodah, Jewish Community Council, P.O. Box 126, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931. a stamped, self-addresse envelope. Women -- Professor Ricardo Onorato will speak about "Fiction and Imagining and Seeing," at the annual Book Fund Event to be held at Park Clubhouse, 400 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, at 8 p.m. Admission is $3.75 per $7.50 per couple. For reservations, call Paulette Rosenberg, 869-4167; 834-5752; or Hilda Witkind, 678-0465. A champagne reception will discussion. halom -- An annual art auction, presented by New York City's Marlin Art will be held at the synagogue beginning with a preview at 7:30 p.m. The will begin at 8:30 p.m. For further information, call the synagogue SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 and Joint Brotherhood -- The Central Florida Chapter of American Society and the Men's Club of Temple Israel, Congr. Ohev Shalom and of Liberal Judaism will meet at Temple Israel at g:30 a.m. Dr. Ben T. Zinn, Department of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Institute of Tech- Atlanta, will speak about "Israeli Technology in the 1980's." Admission is $2 There is no charge for Temple Israel Men's Club. Meet at the Village Center at 10 a.m. for frisbee throwing, a free bagel brunch at a,rn. and meeting at noon. 'illgles  A brunch will be held at the JCC at 11:30 a.m. Fee is $1.50 or $1 for and JCC members. A recruit breakfast will be held at the Jewish Chapel of the Naval Training at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rudolph Adler will conduct services. JWV and base invited. --- an unusual and educational gift for the entire family! Oriented hobby that is both educational available for beginners. Selling at reasonable prices with and courtesy. Plans carefully thought out and tailored discounted. Member: A-SDA, A PS, GPS, BIA. AA MS Stamps & Covers Our Speciahies: & British Stamps + Zeppelin Flights. **,o Michael Rogers NORTH Directly Across from Jacobson's FLORIDA 1305) 628-1120 HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, January II, 1980, Page 5 I ii Jill AS THE EXCITEMENT OF ITS FIRST big fund.raiser reached fevered pitch last Satur. day evening, the Hebrew Day School won its own 1980 Cadillac in an odds-beating final drawing that proved "somebodg up there Is watching out for us," according to magician Alan Rock. After months of preparation by Day School families, the Cadi//ac party netted some $20,000 plus for the School. Drawn before a crowd of some 200 by M.C. Mark Simpson of YI06, the winning ticket was one of dozens bought by Day School parents and friends and turned back to the School itself Four of the ten tickets in the flnal drawing had been purchased by Founding President Dr. Edward Zissman. One of those four had been bought by his father who later commenteL "lf l had to be beaten, I'm awfully glad it was by the Day School itself. "Failing to auction the car, the Hebrew Day School returned it to Braun Cadillac. In the photo above (! to r), Z/ssman, r Rock and SimpsOn concentrate during the final drawing. HERrrAGE pXo by lnk,, S |11 I JCC to Offer Prep Course For College Entrance Exams The JCC till offer a College Board Prep Course to help students prepare for March exams, beginning Mon., Jan. 21. The course is designed to help students improve col- lege board scores by develop- ing skills in the verbal areas of antonyms, anologies, vocabu- lary and reading comprehen- sion, as well as math areas of problem soMng, graph read- ing and quantitative skills. Relaxation therapy will be in- cluded to reduce test anxieties. Instructors will be dayne Drucker, /vL E.d.,, and Claire Chepenik, M.Ed. Eight tllrehour sessions will be heT0 on Mondays, from 7-10 p.m. at the JCC. Fee, which includes materials, is $115 for Center members, $125 for non-mem- bers. A deposit of $10 reserves a place in the class. For further information, call 645-5933. WOMEN'S DIVISION (co.U.ued from page 1) programs for UJA, will be guest speaker. Cynthia Zeger, held hostage during the Entebbe hijacking, and current cash chairman of the National UJA Women's Campaign, will speak at the Rachel Division's brunch on January 24 at the home of Norma Kaplan. The Rachel Division, chaired by Phyllis Englander, is for campaign -givers of $500 and over. The Leah DMsion, chaired by Rachel Shipley, will present television producer and director, author, lecturer and journalist, Israel Amitai, at a brunch on Thurs., Jan. 31, at the home of Tillie Lefkowitz, for contributors of $365 and over. Pledgers of $100 and over, in the Rebecca DMsion headed by Helen Beerman, will meet at Burdine's for a "You Make Things Happen" kosher dinner and private showing of Burdine's Fashion for 1980 on February 10. Iraqi Jew Aviva Mutchnick will be guest speaker. The Burdine's event is chaired by Ellen Morrell and Bettye Ettinger. The Sarah DMsion for gifts of $100 and under, headed by Bonnie Friedman, will host four coffees on Wed., Jan. 30, at the homes of Judy Levine, Ann Lieberman, Judy I-lara and Mardi Shader. Operation Neighborhood, chaired by Roberta Cooper, will kick off when volunteers make personal contact with newcomers to the community and women who never had the opportunity to give to CJA, on January 27 and February 3. This week's guaranteed retum to you on our $10,000182- day money market certit,cates. Interest paid by_check monthly, quarterly, or credited to your savings account. Minimum $10,000. Above return effective through Wednesday. New Federal regulations prohibit compounding of interest during the term of the account. Federal regulations which permit these higher rates require substantial interest penalty for early-withdrawal. 644-4808 Park Federal Savings MEMBER FSLIC