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?I CtoZ pStoe pld at Fet'n Psrk FL Subscriptions to Florida addraul: FEBRUARY 8, 1980 21 SHEVAT 5740 ORLAN DO " w,h d,,io,, ,..v ,, Or,.,o. FL S,.d ,,,r,. S.P., .to.'r ,ns,. o-,,,.d ,h.,.,,, SINGLE COPY 35 changes to PO. Box 742, Fern Park. FL 32730 i25 Feb. 28 in Orlando ings with Seedlings! Conference Seeks Halt to Energy Resource Drain The Jewish New Year For Trees, which furnishes a special opportunity each year to renew efforts all over the world, was observed at the Hebrew Dau School Monday. A day of outdoor . and the chance for kids to play in the dirt, gave the School some new greenery, and brought to the number of trees planted by the student body since the school opened. Hrr^GE photo In an attempt to halt the energy include: Herbert Ross. threatening drain of existing past President of *he Fla. energy resources, Orlando's Home Builders Assoc.: Jewish Federation and Douglas Root, Consultant for Valencia Community College the Federal Solar Energy have joined together to Center; Ntis Schweizer, sponsor the first Orlando-wide architect and member of the energy conservation confer- Fla. Energy Committee; Pat ence later this month. Hartling, President of PCS The all-day conservation 'lnternat'l, which specializes in conference is designed to alert power conservation systems members of business, educa- for educational institutions; tional, religious and govern- and William Brahme, architect ment institutions to methods involved in construction of the of saving energy and the Gainesville Airport air resources available to them. terminal. The conference will be held Registration blanks for the at the Edyth Bush Theatre on Conference are available at Thurs., Feb. 28. Fred Nanus is Valencia Community College chairman of the planning in Orlando and the Jewish committee. Federation office in Maitland. Senators Richard Stone and Lawton Chiles of Florida and Howard Baker of Tennessee have endorsed the confer- ence objectives and, according to Nanus, agreed to serve as honorary co, chairmen of the event. The agenda is aimed primarily at participants who are leaders in education, community service and industry. Keynote speakers will include Q.S. Congressman, Bill Nelson; and Tom Jones, Director of Walt Disney i ,,' World's Reedy Creek Utility Company. /!I/ .I ,Speakers on scientific and industrial application of FRED NANUS Inside Heritage... News Briefs ...... Page 2 Singles .............. Page 7 Photo Gallery .. Page 2 'Scene Around" Page 9 i .... Editor's Desk .. Page 4 , Olympics ........ Page I 0 ti fo NCJW ..... Mee ng r ..o,o,,,,.., ........ Begins t oday...Page 2 NCJW History.. Page 6 Top Hat". ....... Page 12 Feb. 18 in Orlando Area Campaign Creeps to $942,345; of chapter here chapter of one of the .-l..'00es"onse "-' m.eo.n,n0000eo00n00o00t.e o,00est 0nO Mandell: organizing new chapter will be held on Women's organizations in -y, Sun., Feb. 18, at the home of . Amedca, are: Harriet Weiss, by TINKER SALE first-ever dinner last weekend, not yet contributed. "We want and planning Debby Israel, 109 Greenleaf rec. sec'y.; Corrine Bear, corr. HERITAGE Staff has created what chairman, everyone to feel a part of this to which Circle, at 7:30 p.m. The sec'y.; Lynn Steinmetz, treas.: Week four of the six-week Dr. Robert Lieberman, calls a community's accomplish- thewomenof program is to serve as an intro- Jan Friedman and Fran Silver, 1980 Combined Jewish dramatic sense of warmth ment," she stressed. "For accord- duction to the National membership; Marilyn Crotty AP$1al has brought Orlando among the about 200 mere- Jews, it should never be 'us F--ttinger. Council and is open to all and Helen Whitehill, commun- to 942,345, a hairline away bers of the medical and them'... We are talking ph, women of the community, ity affairs, from the million dollar mark professions involved. CIp from unity all the way. The needs irman of the Among the other women (see story p. 6) toward a campaign total of four campaign workers to 20, that this money goes to heal the HCJW who are helping to found a $1,250,000. there has been a 48 percent are the needs of all of us x'. "That hairline is most sig- increase in giving this year. together. Oneness is within Siskind Elected |,w,,,"e--s  Student nificant," according to cam- AI Berk's Leisure Division, our reach, with a little more paign chairman, Sunny Man- mostly for retired people who, effort." kMurdered in | dell."We'realmosttothepoint he said, "used to feel they'd /Vandell noted that there are of Srford Jw brl   where we can shout to the paid their dues already," and only two weeks remaining in b To world, 'look, we're really tak- are on largely fixed incomes, this year's campaign. "1 just xs.- ing our responsibility as Jews has more than doubled its know the Jewish people will Fla.,. Jewish " year "just to keep in touch with JERCISALF_M (JTA)--The seriously.' We're not there yet, contribution this year. "it's come through," she said. .52 each other." murder of a yeshiva student in but my co-workers are thrilled really the volunteer team," AI Tickets remain available for :Ongr. Beth The group also contributes Hebron a week ago has that response has been so said, "who deserve credit, the major Women's Division meeting funds to various causes each spurred demands by overwhelming.t. More people are helping and benefit fashion show and last year, such as the United nationalist and religious Aside from growing dollar many more people are realiz- catered dinner, to be held this of Bea Jewish Appeal, River Garden, elements that the government figures, Mandell said that the ing that we don't stop being Sunday evening at Burdine's, of officers,, the ADL, and the Salvation establish a strong Jewish touching new reality of this Jews when we retire." Fashion Square (east Army. presence in that West Bank campaignisthatinsteadofthe Among the top four DM- entrance). Chaired by Ellen People for Since taking office, Siskind Arab town where there has same 25 or 30 people who" sions, Mandell also listed Dr. Morrell and Bettye Ettinger, Pres., Zelda has appointed several corn- been no Jewish community used to do all the work, there Cary Ser's Community Serv- the dinner for campaign Rose Edith mittees to serve the since the Arab uprising of are at least 200 volunteers ice Division and the Building, contributors of $I00 and up, Charles community for the coming 1929. who have joined the drive. Banks and Brokers Division, will feature as guest speaker Esther year. They include: sunshine, The cabinet will discussthe "People want to serve and under chairman Lester Aviva, an Iraqui Rose Zuckerman; social, Sara issue this Sunday. Agriculture 'people are beginning to really Zimmerman. Both leaders Jew, who immigrated to Israel President, Epstein; charity, Melvin Minister Ariel Sharon report- want to give. I think we are report significant increases in from Baghdad in 1950. Sanford Siskind; and membership, edly has been urging his col- going to put new truth in the campaign volunteers and, Phone reservations at $10 has grown Stella and Joe Oritt and Lewis leagues to support decisive ac- slogan, 'We Are One.'" according to Zimmerman, a per person may be obtained Cohen. tion. Leaders of the National "greatly increased awareness until 5 p.m., Sunday evening ip The Sanford Jewish com- Religious Party are calling for Mandell singled out four that thereis a real need for this for the 6:30 p.m. event, by Orlando munity is, according to a Zionist response" to the examples of the "outstanding money. They feel they gotta phoning reservations contribution" being made by group still Siskind, hopeful that Jewish murder. They are also calling the 17 occupational divisions, giver' chairman, Merle Feinberg and " families moving into the area for the expansion of a Gush Mandell issued a call for (64%1178), Ellen /%orrell at will contact its membership Emunim stronghold aUjacent Of those, the new Healing response, no matter how (830-4440) or Bettye Ettinger the chairmen, to Hebron. Arts Division, which held a small, from those who have (831-2481).