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March 28, 1980

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Bid Auction Rarities Jewish song written just for the 11 have the highest bidder and much bid for a variety more. asailon aturn- The "Chai-Bid'" auction boat yacht committee volunteer group, on the town composed of Ken Sheinkopf, good-looking Sandy Picheny, Bonnie Fried- at the JCC man, Joan Forman, Sheri to be held Denberg, Alan Rock and Gary 8 p.m. at the Baumgarten, invited the com- munity to participate. to at "Pesadick" wine and cakes will 's top resorts also be available as refresh- best ments. homes, an In addition, some of Orlando's most unusual and will be auC- interesting door prizes will be 25 loaves of given away by auctioneer Ken three private Sheinkopf, who urges every- childbirth one to fight inflation by paying in your own cash. for a of tennis Donation is $1.50 at the Wine at the door. Proceeds go to various piano enrichments programs a shampoo, offered at the JCC. blow dry and Those who wish to bid but an exclusive cannot attend the April 5 processing auction, may call the Center in servicing, advance to bid. piano and For further information, call a personal Marvin Friedman at 645.5933. JCC '78 Movie at Reunion the clock to ) JCC will the funniest 1978 camp March 30, Camp com- Lisette prospective at camp and volleyball for this 'program will the reunion at 1 p.m. trollment is and ister their be answered about the camp program and special announcements regarding new activities for the 1980 summer session, includ- ing horseback riding and skiing, will be made. Families who need assistance are urged to file for a fee adjustment prior to the April 1 deadline. Camp bags will be on sale at the reunion and funds raised will go towards scholarships. The community is invited to attend at no charge. A camp JCC brochure which details the individual program for youngsters from age two-and- a-half to 15.years-old will also be available March 30, or by contacting the Center. For further information about the reunion or the camp, call Lois Tannenbaum at 645.5933. NISHTANA ORIENTAL GIFTS & GROCERY Jade Ornaments China Imports Silk Embroidery . Imported Ceramics Imported Oriental Foods & Cookwaro Now at two locations: Palm Springs Shopping Center 515 East Altamonte Drive Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 [305) 831-5101 {next to AIbertson 1 oeee 571 North Semoran Blvd Orlando, FI 32807 (305) 273-5180 HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, March 2& 1980, Page 3 Welcome COMMUNITY leaders welcomed nearly 20 newcomers to the area at Shalom Orlando last Sunday. Among those being welcomed were (l to r) Joe and Sally Cutler and thelr daughter Marcia Goodman from Pawtucke R.L, and Max and Rella Frldman from Southfleld (Detroit), Mich. HERITAGE photo by Gene Stare Performance of 'Night Words' Selected For Community Commemoration to Holocaust "Night Words," theOrlando Holocaust, "Night Words," his work. Established by B'nai and experience. Jewish community's com- was compiled by David B'rith in honor of Dr. Sachar, memoration program for the Roskies who was born in Chancellor of Brandeis "Night Words" consist of a Holocaust, will be presented Montreal in 1948 and is a University and former National cast of 36 characters who will Sun., Apr. 13, 7:30 p.m. at graduate ofthe School of Near Chairman of the B'nai B'rith be portrayed by mernbers of Congr. of Liberal Judaism, Eastern and Judaic studies at Hillel Commission, the award the Jewish community. sponsored under theauspices Brandeis University with is received for a significant Anyone who would like to of Women's Cabinet of the majors in Hebrew and Yiddish unpublished creative work of participate in this program Jewish Federation of Greater literature. Jewish content or a similar should call the Federation Orlando. Roskies received theAbram contribution to the creative office at 645-5933 as soon as A Midrash on the L. Sachar Award in 1971 for interpretation of Jewish life possible. ines To all our friends, Happy Passover. Celebrate the Passover holidays with our delicious kosher sweets like Barton's Passover Bartonettes. Luscious miniature chocolates filled with assorted creamy centers. Available in milk or bittersweet chocolate, I lb. box, 6.35. Also, our 12 o box of chocolate Matzo balls make a lovely gift for any special friend. Select from a variety of flavors--coconut, marzipan, truftle and chocolate fudge, 4.95. And don't forget to toast the evening with a glass of our fine Israel Carmel wines, Featured, Concord Grape, 3.99 Sacramental, 3.99. (Dept.s. 215, 740). + T": SHOP DAILY !O:OO A.M. TO 9:00 P.M., SUNDAY 12:30 TO 5:30 P.M. "--" ORLANDO FASHION SQUARE AND ALTAMONTE MALL. CALL TOLL FREE MELBOURNE, INDIAN HARBOUR AND EAU GALLIE, 259-13OO, COCOA BEACH AND ME,RRI'TI" ISLAND, 632-5880, TITUSVILLE AND DAYTONA, OPERATOR WX-5151 " ',, .. JL  ;,