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Page 12, HERiTA6E, Florida Jewish News, March 29, 1980 THE HARVEY M. ALBERTSON Jewish War Veterans Post #759Auxiliary held installation of new officers and obligation of members at a breakfast meeting last Sunday. Seated (l to r): Ruth Aronson, pres.; Vivlan Rubin, chaplain; Glady s Fradkin, treas.; 2nd row: Henrietta Kornisar, trustee" Mae Schreiber, JWV Fla. DepL pres.; Rose Salat, sr. v.p.; Yetta Glass, patriotics instructress; 3rd row; Florence Altchiler, rec. sec'y; Giadys M. Becker, trustee; Barbara Goldman;jr. v.p.; Bertha Adler, conductress. HERITAGE photo by Gene Starn THE NEEDLENOOK HAPPY PASSOVER New England Wharf 400 S. Orlando Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 from ByAiI00S • Loungewear • Prostheses Fitted • Alteration Service • Fine Lingerie • Foundations •Swimwear 216 PARK AVENUE. N. • WINTER PARK, FL 32789" 13051 647-5519 The HAGGADAH is the printed word of a story that has been told and retold for thousands of years. It tells the story of an exodus, an escape to freedom from" bondage by the Jewish people. It is a story worth retelling year after year as millions throughout the world yet struggle to overthrow oppression. From all of us at The Action Printer, we wish you a very joyous Passover. Across from Myron's near the CasselberryPost Office in The Live Oaks Center -- Casselberry 331-1001 B'not Mitzvah Rom-Sue Roni-Sue Caplan, daugh- RoRi-Sue is in ter of Claudia and Bob grade at Caplan of Maitland, will be High School called to the Torah as a Bat memberofthe Pep Mitzvah on the Shabbat of hobbies include March 28-29 at the Congr. of working with Liberal Judaism. watercolors. FRANCINE FOSTER Francine Foster Francine Carol Foster, daughter of Stan and Phyllis Foster of Winter Springs, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on the Shabbat of March 28-29 at Congr. Beth Am. Fran is in the seventh grade at South Seminole Middle School. Her hobbies include collecting butterflies, roller skating and volleyball. She is captain of her school's softball team. Fran also volunteers her services to work with a five-year-old girl with impaired hearing. Sharing in the family's simcha will be. grandparents from Miami, and aunts, uncles and cousins from the Tampa and Orlando areas. JCC Nursenj School to Smaller Classes, New Progra With emphasis on more individualized attention at the JCC Nursery School the school's committee, decided to structure smaller classes to enhance learning and interac- tion on a one-to-one basis with the teacher, according to Joan Palmer, committee chair- person. In the past, according to Palmer, the school has tried to serve as many children as pos- sible by increasing class size and adding staff to maintain the high quality of staff-pupil ratio, however, "it felt that most parents prefer smaller classes." Although the committee is currently discussing alternate ways of adding classes, parents are urged to enroll ti:eir children early as registra- tion will be limited. This year the school has grown to approximately 80 plus children, according to Palmer. "We believe that there will be increasing numbers desiring to enroll because of the growth of the Jewish com- munity and the reputation of the nursery school." Palmer said the fall program will "feature extras" such as a special cultural enrichment series currently being planned in cooperation with the Council of Arts and Sciences to include live children's pro- ductions, ballet, music enrich- ment and more. "We are also excited, she said, "because we plan to again offer a program that will include staff music and Judaic specialists, as well as the Center's Health and Physical Education director leading creative movement exploration." In the spring the school will Offer a swimming program for preschoolers and after school, the enrichment program will continue. "Rather than just offering a playgroup, Palmer said, "we will offer specialized enrichment activities in science, music, drama, cook- ing, crafts, preschool oriented sports and more. "What is particularly nice about the JCC's nursery program is that it allows each child to grow emotionally and socially at his own rate," she said. It also inspires in the child a love of religion and country and an appreciation of our Jewish and American heritage." Palmer said the school tries to involve the total family in the child's growth and progress in school through conferences, parent meetings and support groups, parent-child programs and the Say 7 Saw It in HERITAGE' • Massage • Facials • Manicures • Pedicures • Sculptured Nails • Waxing • Derm Appeal • Electrolysis New at Michele's ... REFLEXOLOGY and BODY WAXING s35o t The Total Look! Call Today! ,, by 830-9578 i SUMMIT PLAZA i v 1033 E. Sem0ran Blvd. • Casselberry • use of parents in the class- room on special occasions or for prescriptive learning. The nursery school programs for children 18 months to 4 years-old are staffed by trained profes- sionals, with specialized learn- ing kits such as the Peabody Language Development Program and other specialized audio visual materials at their disposal. Judith Meitin Toll, director of the nursery school since 1975, "has clone a phe- nomenal job and the school has shown tremendous growth under her direction" Palmer said. Toll will leave the school at the end of this year to go into private business and the nursery committee will soon be involved in a search for a new director. The job calls for someone with a masters degree in early childhood education, has a great deal of teaching experi- ence, and is capable of super- vising the full-time teaching staff. Inquiries for the position of director should be made directly to the Associate E.xec- utive Director, Marvin Friedman, who will be involved in screening appli- cants for the position. In the past five years since Toll took over, the school enrollment has 45-86. She duce classes for half-year-old toddler cooper group. The groups was also started newly c rg port group. Toll will leaVe with 20 years experience trainer for the coordinated program for was on the OCACUS Association Under Six), has the Fc de Committee and treasurer of School. "We know th real challenge Palmer said, believe that we standing matched u program that Jewish We are Jewish co Florida, the verY nursery sc}  We've done it now, and we continue for JFS Kinneret Office Hours, Offers Paper, Art The Jewish Family Service satellite office at Kinneret will now be open every morning, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon, according to Anita Hara, who mans the office. In addition, JFS sponsors a monthly newspaper "Senior Scene" with Henry Moss as editor and chief, for residents of Kinneret. Also, on nings from 10, "Through led by volunteer' includes variety of art photography, pottery, well as field exhibits. BOYS 21h • Beautifully Situated onl ing, Canoeing, Water • Complete Cultural & Supervised by a Matur • Individual Tennis & • Ridin( • Drama, Arts & • Baseball, Basketball, conducted by Outstand • 2 RN's--MD • Accred. APC & AcA Owner-Director, 4465 Douglas Ave. RlverdMe. NY 10471