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Performance Gives Life' to Jewish Humorist "The richest voices of traditional Jewish , son called "an electrifying and stimulating in the old countries become a unified diversity." The first will feature Esther of intimate friends as paraded hout the gentle prose of Sholom wrote a critic. It is the rich, wise often humorous realities of the great wdter that will be presented to on opening night of the 1980 Community Cultural Enrichment later this month. Entitled "An Evening With Sholom the performance will feature actor Murray Horwitz, acclaimed as man who creates "an evening that is a to laugh at the times we cried," accord- to the Philadelphia Daily Hews, who "While his characters are Jewish, are not strangers. We all have met the that Horwitz creates with his rib- tales. And the show's theme is is a call for humanism, an appeal no boundaries." The February 17 performance, to be held Congr. of liberal Judaism, kicks off this three-performance Cultural Series according to patrons, indicates a grow- need and demand for cultural variety in community." The remaining two programs of the series one Cultural Arts committee per- Jungreis, who has become the international symbol of the Jewish revival movement, often called the "Jewish answer to Billy Graham." "Kinneret in Concert" will close the three- part series with a totally unprecedented musical embodiment of the "Jewish reality," according to critics. The group will perform at the Rollins College Field House in April. Tickets for the sedes may be purchased in a variety of ways. Patron seats for all three performances cost $18. General admission for the whole series is $] 2; $9.or seniors and students. Tickets may also be purchased for each of the concerts separately, $5, or $4 for seniors and students. Cultural Arts Committee members, Barbara Haberman and Arlene Schwartz, are currently contacting prospective patrons to help support the series. Persons who desire to become patrons should contact Haberman, Schwartz, or the JCC. Mail checks, payable to the JCC, to P.O. Box 1508, Maitland, FI., 32751. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope or add 25 to cover return mailing costs. j 1 I SHOLOM ALEICHEM--'The Jewish Mark Twain." Report Says 1979 Campaign Totaled $865M In the midst of its campaign for 1980 pledges, Orlando's Jewish Federation reported another $15,000 in pledges to last year's fund-drive, bringing last year's final total to $865,000. Based on its "two-thirds to LUA and one-third to local and national agencies formula," the Federation's board of directors approved an addi- tional $1,000 allocations each to the Jewish 'Community Center, Jewish Family Services and Hebrew Day School, and added $1,400 to be distributed to national organizations. The United Jewish Appeal additional allo- cation amounted to $8,800. A 12 percent allowance for uncollected pledges was set aside before making the allo- cations. All three of the local agencies had been operating under severe economies caused by expanding services to a growing Jewish popula- tion, despite budget cut-backs and inflationary costs. Plan Fashions, at Burdine's bivision's Iraq. In 1950 her family will "make immigrated to Israel and for on February 10 years lived in a Ma'abara. ,how Aviva Mutchnick served in the 13urdine's at Israeli Defense Forces. She is a member of the executive committee of the World Pledge $100 Organization of Jews from 1980 C.JA- Arab Countries. are m- The evening costs $10 with a minimum gift of $100 to the of Burdine's campaign. talkaboutthe Reservations should be Iraq. mailed immediately to Ellen trrell, co-chairman of the Iraq, in event with Bettye Ettinger, at traced her 22| Flame Ave., titland, FI. years in 32751. Beth Am to Host Purim Party Am will host arts and crafts sale will also be piL year's held. carni- Harvey Smerilson, chair- March 2, man of the Purim carnival on P.m. on the behalf of Beth Am, said com- munity volunteers interested games and in helping to set up the will carnival should contact him. of dancing, Volunteers are needed March for all ages 2 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. to build P.m. A Jewish and man booths. DESIGNS 00INTER PARK, FL & Shop-at-Home Service I'BLINDS (elexalum) TICALS i CLOTH ALUMINUM VINYL. KANE MACRAME Off Mfg. Price ell for Price Quotations 645-4489 ANN EXTRA BONUS You mention HERITAGE Limited time only! Oriental Art Show and Sale of original prints, drawings, and painting Friday, Feb. ]st through Sunday, Feb. 3rd, Orlando Enter a collector's paradise of fine antique and contemporary original art by 18th to 2Oth century artis Browse through hundreds of woodcuts, etchings, lithographs, serigraphs, mezzotints, miniature paintings, watercolors, paintings and drawings from Jcrpar China, India, Nepal, Tibet, and Thailand. All pieces, matted and labeled, are from the collection of Marson, Ltd. of Baltimore, and one of their experts  be here to assist you. Prices range trom 5.00 to 50(.OO. Kosher Dinner and Private Showing of BURDINE'S FASHIONS for 1980 Special GuestSPeaker: AVIV MUTCHNICK Your admission to the Fashion Show and Dinner, sponsored by the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Orlando. is $1000 with a minimum gift of S100 to the CJA SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 6:30 p.m. For further information, BURDINE'S FASHION SQUARE, East Entrance Phone: 645-5933