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has been appointed to teach mathematics at the Hebrew Day School of Central private math tutor for students from elementary school through college, Anthony has in math and media. She is a familiar face at the Congr. of Liberal Judaism and TemPle she also teaches in the Hebrew afternoon school. HERITAGE PHOTO ' Sharansky of Birthday is thirty More than 40 people have now registered for the up- coming Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) course to be held at the Congr. of Liberal Judaism on Sun., Jan. 29, 9 a.m.-Noon. To be taught by Frank Rinaldi of the Killarney Fire Dept., the course will offer He is spend- in a cell Prison He is unaware of birthday sent to him Anatoly can nor send his tormentors someone out certification in life-saving of cards techniques. Interested na : On members of the community your thirtieth are invited to phone their Wish you..This reservations in to the erusalem...for Synagogue Office, 645-0444. ;b birthday." are being made  ANATOLY SHARANSKY There is no charge. the Washington USSR Jews Receive all Synagogues to an- birthday and to light candle for from or Ritt;. Chair- SOviet Jewry may send LY P.O. BOX MOSCOW les ht Singles of Cen- sponsor for p.m. at the the invited to" tzts $1.50 for .50 for non- at 645-5933 len of 505 Ton Allotment ELIZABETH, N.J. (JTA) -- Soviet Jews have received their allotment of 505 .tons of flour for baking matzohs for Passover and have already begun manufacturing the first batches this week, Rab- bi Pinchas Teitz, a leading member of the Union or Or. thdox Rabbis, said today. Teitz said he received a telephone call yesterday from Sholom Kleinman, president of the Moscow Synagogue, who told him that the Moscow Jewish community has been allotted 200 tons -- 150 tons for the city, the rest for the surrounding communities. Other allotments are: Leningrai, 70 tons; Kiev and Tiblisi in Georgia, 60 tons each; Odessa, 55 tons, Riga, 40 and Tashkent, 20. The amount of flour is more than last year, according to Teitz. He also reported that oviet authorities last year lowered the price of flour for mat- zohs. Congr. Beth Am Elects Officers The following officers have been elected to leader- ship positions in Congr. Beth Am. Pres., Harvey Smerilson (830-5075); Exec. V.P., Den- nis Sturm; Rel V.P., Dan Moss; Educ. V.P., Joan Schwebel; Sec'y, Roger Left; Treas., Phyllis Fester. by Dn ,.rn. at the Arms SUbject will 'f Modern Middle has done by the col/n- before and the on Will be and reser- call at 678- 00IEiqill BARNARD'SBUNKA EMBROIDERY GREAEER MALL 430 E SEMORAN BLVD. SUITE 105 CASSELBERRY, FLORIDA 32107 (305) 339-7077 HERITAGE, Friday, January 20, 1978, Page 3 JCC To 00resent "The Rothschilds" The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, "The Rothschilds," will be presen- ted as the second event in the Jewish Life Enrichment Series, sponsored by the jewish Community Center. The dramatic musical will be performed at the Loch Haven Auditorium, Sun., Ja. 22, at 8 p.m. Chairman of the Series is Jon Rosen- berg. Actor Bernie Deane" recreates the birth of the great Rothschild dynasty among the ghettos of Frank- furt and, through drama and song, traces its rise from rubble to a position of untold wealth and fame. The Rothschilds became bankers to empire creators of the modern concept of in- ternational finance, builders of Europe's first railroads, and the first colonizers of Palestine. It was a Rothschild to whom the Balfour Declaration per- sonally promised the for- mation of modern israel. Today Mayer Rothschild's descendants maintain vigor and power. The story line, unchanged from the Broad- way production and just as compelling, leads one into an intimate view of the family's history. Deane's one-hour, one-man performance brings the story to vivid life. Tickets are available at the JCC or at the auditorium the night of the perfor- mance. HOW CAN YOU GET ALONG WITHOUT A BURDINES CREDIT CARD! slt identifies you as a preferred customer It brings you advanced notice of special sales events It provides fast check cashing service It saves you the bother of canying cash when shopping CALL 1 (800) 282.9427, OR MAIL COUPON BELOW TO OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT. NAME Mr Howard A Voert BURDINES 35O5 E. Colonial Dr  Orlando, Fla. 32803 ADDRESS CITY__ $TAIT _ Benefit To Aid Scholarship The Mens Club of Temple Israel will sponsor their year's major fund-raiser-in aid of a Men's Club Scholar- ship Fund-on Sun., Apr.9 at 6:30p.m. The benefit, a full evening of theater at Once Upon A Stage, will include a musical production, "My Fair lady," will cost $7.50 per person. Early reservations are now being taken. Please mail your check to SeE Bren- ner at 2211 Lee Rd., Suite 202, W.P., 32789, by Feb. 27. All members of the com- munity are invited. BERNE DEANE Beth Israel Slates New Programming Temple Israel choir direc- tor, Elaine Farb, and mem- bers of the Temple's choir will participate in a Shabbat service in Jacksonville, next Fri., Jan. 27. They will perform at Congr. Beth Shalom, 4072 Sunbeam Rd., in a joint ser- vice with Temple Ahavath Chesed. Rabbi Gary peras of Beth Shalom, and Rabbi Howard Greenstein will per- form the service. Norman Golner, educational director, will present a sermon about Jewish Music, the theme of the service. lllana Manasse will teach Israeli dancing at the following one. Orlando area residents in- terested in sharing the Jacksonville Shabbat, are invited to call 904 268-0404. Housing will be arranged at a nearby motel or in Shop HERITAGE congregants' homes. Advertisers, they Rabbi Peras was rab- Support YOUR binical leader of Temple Israel before being called to paper. Jacksonville. RUTH BARNARD Cordially Invites" YOU to Visit The Only Exclusively Bunka Arts Studio In the United States Learn this Ancient Oriental Art Form Individual and Group Classes Lead by Ruth Barnard and Mindy Knott Basic 4, Intermediate Advanced Instruction 10% of ALL Group Class Tuitions and Supplies Donated to Sponsorinll Temples and Organizations Mon-Sat 4 0-5 p:m. 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