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Series to Offer Drama, Music of rich Jewish to Billy Graham" and "the remarkable rebbetzin who presen- brings home the American Jewish Jewish youth," Jungreis Enrich- communicates the story of the ning with Jewish people with "both fire Even- and passion." I Aleichem," on "Kinneret in Concert" will wind up the three-part series r man show, when an Israeli song group to critics, presents a unique Jewish of the musical experience on Sun., through Apr. 27, 8 p.m., at Rollins b u i I d i n g a n College Field House. village on a In celebration of Israel's chuckles, 32nd anniversary of indepen- a stage full of dence, "Kinneret" will present through their rich, diverse repertoire of Story telling, traditional and contemporary will be Israeli music, including folk, of Liberal rock and jazz. p.m. Tickets to all three renowned performances cost $18 for world as an patron, $12 general admission columnist, and $9 for senior citizens and person- students. Mail check, payable of Hineni, to the JCC, to P.O. Box 1508, IIJewish revival Maitland, FL, 32751. Enclose appear at the a self-addressed stamped Judaism, 8 envelope or add 25 to cover 23. return mailing costs. answer The Cultural Arts Commit- ;ional Singles Seeks Members aimed Larry Halpern has volunteered in-depth to provide guidance. intellectual The group, which began Professional meeting in December with nine members, drew 20 to its of January 3 meeting, Jacob ,aCcording to said, "and we feel that there organizers, are many singles in this category who would like to it totally join." any com- The young professional or singles will hold an evening stressed, protjram on Tues., Jan. 29, at which time interested persons com- should bring their own pillows as they're and meet at Congr. Liberal for 25-35 age an evening of viewing old Rabbi movies at 7:30 p.m. no town or city in/ran named for William American developer, who has comp/ex in IV/VlORRELL Jn group and individual cruises personal attention agency experience visited Isra(110 times Experience of a Lifetime KOSHER for Passover !AN CRUISE cruise ship "World Renaissance" lllmll) from todQff IMormQtion L TRAVEL AGENCY 310 E. Colonial Dr. Res. 422-3648 ORIENTAL GIFTS G GROCERY Odade Ornaments China Imports Silk Embroidery Imported Ceramics Imported Oriental Foods & Cookware Now at two locations: Palm Springs Shopping Center 515 East Altamonte Drive Altamonte Springs. FL 32701 (305) 831-5101 (next to Albertson'sJ eeee 571 North Semoran Blvd. Orlando, FI. 32807 (305) 273-5180 MURRAY HOROWITZ as Sholom Aleichem tee of the JCC, which offers the opportunity to subscribe to season tickets, is made up of Zelig and Bobbi Wise, Barbara Haberman, Mark and Roberta Cooper, Mark Glickman, Terry and Batty Hyman, Paul Jeser, Alan and Vici Rock and Arlene Schwartz. HERITAGE. FI0dd! Jewish News. January l& IgW, Page 3 Women's Division $500 and Over Cynthia Zeger to Address 'Rachel -" " " " t/was=on" Brunch A one-time hostage in the infamous Entebbe hijacking, Cynthia Zeger, wilt speak at the Women's Division 'Rachel Division' brunch for the 1980 CJA/Federation campaign givers of 8500 and over on January 24. Currently cash chairman and member of the advisory board of the United Jewish Appeal's Women's Division campaign, Zeger is former overall campaign chairman of Dialathon and Overseas Mis- sions. She was advisory chair- man of the Women's Cam- paign Manhattan Organiza- tions Division, serving as its head for several years. She is a long-time supporter of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva Univ., B'nai B'dth and the Jewish Guild for the Blind. Zeger is the mother of three sons, including Erich Segal, author of "Love Story" and "Oliver's Stow." The brunch will be held at the home of Norma Kaplan at CYNTHIA ZEGER 10:30 a.m. The 'Rachel Division,' chaired by Phyllis Englander, will contribute efforts to reach the Women's Division goal of $150,000. Burcl00nes Great savings for men! Thedress shirt is one of our finest from America's top shirt maker in a knit blend of 80% polyester, 20% cotton. Solid shades, all with short sleeves. Sizes 14 t/2.17. (Dept. 510). Reg. 11.OO, sole 7.99. Not shown, the sportshirt carries our own quality label and it's priced for savings too. Versatile plaids of polyester/cotton, all with long sleeves. S,M, LXL (Dept, 535). Reg, 16.00, sole 9.99. 7.99 ii i i i i i i