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February 8, 1980

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at work.., for CJA YOU CAN TAKE ISRAELI FASHION ANYWHERE... .. and Ellen Morrell is shown (center left) stepping out in an Israeli swimsuit leader, modified by silver mink to accommodate the weather. Co. chairman with Ellen of the Women's Fashion Show- Dinner to be held this Sunday evening at Burdine's Fashion Square, Bettye Ettinger and Burdine's vice president Howard Volpert, were photographed one recent chilly morning, helping Ellen make upbeat preparations for this Sunday's Women's Division event, as a large crowd assembled to view the action. (See campaign story for details.) HERITAGE photo by "linker Sale !THIRD PHObI A- THON for CJA in a of four conducted by volunteers New Gifts Division chaired by Cooper, was manned by Division (right) last at JCC campaign headquar- The fourth was conducted last Thursday, bg volunteers from organizations. HERITAGE photo by Gene Starn Bets Whiskey Re.election -- Israel E.zer Weiz- interview Said he ex- be refused to Jews to on the uction "60 Was no indica- Iterview was conducted before or after Weizman's controversial remarks in Washington in December and Israel Tele- vision last week supporting Carter's re-election. When Wallace said that he had heard that Weizman be- lieved Carter would be re- elected, the Defense Minister replied that he had bet a bottle of whiskey on it. SWIMWEAR ne Lingerie Undations $30 Beige $27 1000 1980 SWIMSUITS CHOOSE FROM Loungewear Prostheses Fitted Alteration Service 218 PARK AVENUE, N. WINTER PARK, FL 32789 3os) 647-5519 HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. February 8. 1980, Page 3 Tri-Sisterhood Three Groups Slate Annual Luncheon "Spectrum," the Lake Branfley High School Chorus Ensemble, will entertain participants in the 1980 Tri- Sisterhood Dai Luncheon, scheduled to be held this year at Congr. of Liberal Judaism. Co-sponsors are Temple Israel and Congr. Obey Shalom. Tickets for the event, on Wed., Feb. 20, at noon, are $3.50. Reservations may be made by calling representatives of each of the three sisterhoods: Congr. LiberaI-Madeline Reisman (678-2383) and Madon Frankel (678-3798), Temple lsraeI-Freida Reisman (841-2808), Ann Rosenberg (678-1595) and Rose Hoffman (831-4468), Obey Shalom-Mary Arkovich (671- 3510), Unda Kalter (647- 6840) and Ida Kaplan (843- 7897). Deadline for reservations is Mon., Feb. 11. Babysitting will be available at no extra charge. Anti-Cult Brochures Issued as Warning A new brochure, entitled "Watch Out! The Cults Will Trap You," has been prepared by the South Florida Florida Concerned Parents of Cult Children, and will be distrib- uted free to all who request it. Assembled by Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin, Consultant to the Concerned Parent group, the pamphlet is based on testimony Rabbi Dobin gave before a Hew York State Legis- lative Hearing on the dangers of cultism. Included in the bro- chure is material prepared by the B'nai B'rith Student Hillel Foundation. The leaflet is designed to warn unsuspecting people about the deceptive practices used by cults in recruiting and entrapping new recruits. Pub- lished in response to many requests from parents, educa- tion authorities and interested citizens who want to know how to distinguish a destructive cult from groups that offer valid programs for young people. For free copies of the anti- cult brochure and for addition- al information on the dangers of cultism, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin, P.O. Box 6194, Miami Beach, FI. 33154. 3 Days Only! Farberware you've hoped to own at savings you never expected. Save 13% to 38% during our great Farberware sale! 144.99 Farberware Convection Oven, reg. 169.99. You'll save more than money on this electric counter-top oven. You'll save time, because it cooks 1/3 taster than conventional ovens. Constant circulation lets you roast, broil, and bake to perfection and save electricity. Easy to clean, too. A cooler, cleaner, taster way to cook. Small Electrics (Dept. 672). 99.99 Farberware ll-pc. Cookwae Set, ff purchased sex,rately, 160.93. Stainless steel with aluminum clad bottoms tot even heating and easy cleaning. Includes 1,1Y, and 3 qt. covered saucepans, 2 clt. double boiler insert, 8 (:It. covered saucepot, 7'/," ........ and 10'/2" trypans. ..... Housewares (Dept. 570). Bu00t,nes