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January 18, 1980

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"CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES Fd., Jan. 18 ,j  5:41p.m. t tCe'. 5:47 p.m. , "]./7 | MUST be legibly written, typewriter preferred, To insure accu L informalion will be accepled. Mail to: HERITAGE, P.O. Box FL 32730. DEADLINE: 5 P.M. FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JANUARY ) 8 Shalom Sisterhood -- A sisterhood Shabbat will begin at 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood of Satellite Beach -- A sisterhood Shabbat will begin of Liberal Judaism -- Congressman Bill Nelson will address the congrega- Shabbat services beginning at 8:15 p.m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 The Avodah group will perform at the Brevard Community College in Cocoa at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $3 per adult, 32 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-addressed envelope. -- Professor Ricardo Onorato will speak about "Fiction and Imagining and Seeing," at the annual Book Fund Event to be held at Park 400 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, at 8 p.m. Admission is 33.75 per or 37.50 per couple. For reservations, call Paulette Rosenberg, 869-4167; or Hilda Witkind, 678-0465. A champagne reception will discussion. halom -- An annual art auction, presented by New York City's Madin 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 service will be held at 10 a.m. for all Hebrew School students. Singles -- Meet at the JCC at 7 p.m. for a Mystery Bus Ride. Fee $3.50. SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 and Joint Brotherhood -- The Central Flodda Chapter of American Society and the Men's Club of Temple Israel, Congr. Ohev Shalom and Liberal , will meet at Temple Israel at 9:30 a.m. Dr. Ben T. Zinn, in the of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Institute of Atlanta, will speak about"lsraeli Technology in the 1980's." Admission is no charge for Temple Israel Men's Club. Center at ] 0 a.m. for frisbee throwing, a free bagel brunch at ] ] ' and meeting at noon. Sgles -- A brunch will be held at the JCC at 11:30 a.m. Fee is 31.50 or 51 for 'and JCC members. A recruit breakfast will be helcl at the Jewish Chapel of the Naval Training at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rudolph Adler will conduct services. JW-and base invited. League -- Practice will be held at the JCC softball field beginning at 9 a.m. MONDAY, JANUARY 21 of Women's American ORT -- Cynthia Orr, interior decorator with will be guest speaker at a meeting to be held at the Lake Howell Club- at ] 2:30 William P. Wedgewood will be guest at a meeting to begin at ] ] a.m. at the First Federal Bank Community Room Springs. He will speak about "Middle Fast--Israel and Iran." Pre-Course -- The course, designed to help students improve their board scores, will begin at the JCC at 7 p.m. Fee is 3] 15 for Center mem- for non-members. For resewations, call 645-5933. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 "Today's Issues" the first of a series of monthly discussion groups will be the JCC at 8 p.m. All singles are invited. For further information, call at 645-5933. A meeting will be held at Congr. Ohev Shalom at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23  bcjel fundraiser will be held in the Village Center breezeway from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Anonymous  A meeting will be held at the JCC at 8 p.m. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 The March of Dimes tea will be held at the home of Dorothy from 1-5 p.m. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 Israel for Shabbat services. The oneg will be held at the home of 225 Cumberland Circle, West, Longwo0d. For directions, SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 -- Co-ed football will be played at the JCC at 11 a.m. For further infor- call Bob Cohen at 628-4724. A brunch will be held at the JCC at 11 a.m. Fee is $1 for JCC members, Ladies Auxiliary #759, Jewish War Veterans -- A meeting will be at ] 0 a.m. Second nominations and election of officers will be held. leadership workshops will be conducted by national and depart- from Miami. Breakfast is optional for 31:50 per person. Post #759 -- A meeting will be held at the JCC at 10 a.m. of Satellite Beach -- A congregational meeting will be held at the at 8 p.m. Judaism -- The Bachurim (eighth grade) youth group will 1o riding. The group leaves the synagogue at 12:30 p.m. Cost is 5 Registration Extended been Wed., Jan. 23. all-state to take Sunday, Jan. 27's program January includes a luncheon buffet and fashion show with enter- tainment at Sea World's to Hawaiian Pavilion and a visit to the newly opened shopping some village. An 8 p.m. wine and cheese party with live enter- tainment will be held at the The Altamonte Civic Center. is Monday's schedule in- cluded tours of Winter Park highlights, culminating in a "Fabulous 50's" show and lunch at the Musicana Supper Club. Price of the weekend for Orlando residents includes: registration for one or the other of the two days is 312 each day. Registration for both days is 320 for JCC members, 324 for non-members. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, January 18, 1980, Page 7 ---4 A NEW SYSTEM whereby students may apply their academic skill at their own rate has been introduced to the religious school at Congr. Liberal judaism. Soundproof screens set in a spokes-ofthe-wheel formation In the sanctuary separate mini "classrooms" and create an environment of cornfortable togetherness while each of the four units continues its work undisturbed. HERITAGE photo by Tinker Sale Altamonte aRT to Hold Fashion Seminar, Lunch The Altamonte Chapter of Women's American aRT will hold a luncheon and fashion seminar on January 28, noon, at the Le Cordon Bleu RestauranL The seminar featuring the "Total Woman" look will be presented by Jacobson's of Longwood and Winter Park. Donations of 312.50 go to the school building fund. William Wedgewood To Address Day ORT William P. Wedgewood will Palestine and spent four years speak about the "Middle Fast--Israel and Iran," at the Orlando Day Chapter of Women's Arnedcan aRT's meeting to be held January 21, 11 a:m., in the First Federal Bank Community Room, Altamonte Spdngs. After earning a degree from the University of Liepzig in 1933, Wedgewood moved to on Kibbutz Gesher, three years working for the British Govern- ment and two years raising ducks in the desert near Ramie, A constant visitor to Israel, Wedgewood, has lectured on the Middle East at Franklin Pierce College in New Hamp- shire. In September, he will lead a.three-week study tour of Israel with a side visit to Egypt. Ohev Youth Elect 1980 Officers The seventh and eighth grade youth group of Congr. Ohev Shalom recently held election of officers. The new officers include Cookie Ackerbaum, pres.; Kim Shader, v.p.; Jeff Hank, membership-fu ndraising v.p.; and Jodi Gardberg, sec'y. For information about the group, call Mike Factor, 645- 4053; or Cookie Ackerbaum, 8314070. ADDRESS CHANGE? Send us the new address and also your old address. Cynthia Zeger Cynthia Zeger was a hostage in the infamous Entebbe hijacking and, as is typical of her, turned that terrible experience into something positive by sharing it with members of Jewish communities in several cities. Now she brings her moving story to the women of Orlando. Cynthia is the mother of three outstanding sons. Perhaps best known is Erich Segal of "Love Story" and "Oliver's Story" fame. Please join me ... in welcoming Cynthia Zeger to Orlando on Thursday, January 24th at 10:30 a.m. at the home of ... Norma Kaplan 111 Greenleaf Lane A ltamonte Springs, Florida Now more than ever, the challenge is ours. t We need you to meet the growing needs at home, in Israel and around the world. Phyllis Englander RSVP Norma Kaplan: 862-7113 Federation office: 645-5933 Minimum Gift CJA - $500