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HERiTA6E. Florida Jewish News, April 4, 1980, Page 3 Federation to Resettle 11 More Soviet Jews; to Get Bus; Multiple Appeals Okayed community in waiting in Rome, will be reset- JCC Bus Florida has added tied in Orlando by August 31, The Federation will provide Federations now 1980, as a result of a 23-10 the JCC with an $8,000 total 12, while vote at the meeting. Abby interest-free 10an to purchase I Jewish Federation Sale, chairman of the Soviet a 44-passenger bus to be paid resettle I1 more Jewry Resettlementtaskforce, back at $150 per month. at the March 26 informed the board that 11 is Although the JCC will to make the Orlando's "fair share" as purchase the bus, the vehicle to determined by HIAS. Feelings will also be available for com- that Russian Jews should go munity use, including trans- unusually to Israel were aired, but Sale porting Kinneret residents to meeting, the assured board members that Shabbat Services and other l iIso decided to these particular I I will come functions. The buswill provide Community to the United States no matter 20 more seats than the interest-free what and if Orlando does not Center's present bus, which PUrchase of a new take them "we will be burden- will be traded in for the price bus, accept ing other communities with originally paid. ple appeal cam- our share of responsibility." voted down a Joe Greenspun, in charge Multiple Appeal Guidelines ago and table a of raising funds for resettle- Brought before the board a a joint endow- ment, estimated a need for second time, policy guide- two other $7,000 to be raised by private lines for Multiple Appeal Cam- solicitation. A government paigns passed unanimously block grant will provide $963 after some revision. The per person resettled in guidelines call for a reserved Oviet Jews, now Orlando. period of time for the Combined Jewish Appeal Invited c.m00a,0n during "which there should be no other fund- IIr____J, raising effort or major activity 14/O sponsored by other Jewish organizations or groups." Funding of Property rlando Jewish Cabinet of the Jewish Federa- liSinvitedtoacom- tion of Greater Orlando, the A motion to recall last program for the program will consist of a month's vote to pay for the Sun., Apr. 13, performance by community of Liberal members of"Night Words," a midrash on the Holocaust, compiled by David Roskies. the Women's W'R NO2 OILW]G008, purchase of property off the top of the 1981 CJA cam- paign, needing a two-thirds majority, was defeated after two attempts. As a result of much discussion, a special committee to study the fund- ing of the $45.000 payment for the land and other slmilar pur- chases in the future, was appointed by Federation President Marcia Kerstein, consisting of chairman Jerry Bornstein. Zelig Wise, Sheryl Meitin, Sunny Mandell, Dick Appelbaum and Burt Chasnov. Endowment Fund A proposal to enter a two- year endowment fund program jointly with Pinellas County and Tampa was tabled. The board preferred to wait until theApri120th budget hearings before committing $20,000 annually to the project. Nominating Committee The nominating committee for new Federation officers will consist of chairman Sy Israel, Zelig Wise, Mark Cooper and Susie Bierman. Election of officers will take place at the annual meeting in June. SOVIET JEWISH emigrants participated in a demonstration seder in Rome last week while awaiting u/sas to western nations. The Seder was part of the "Yiddishkeit" program sponsored by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and designed to teach Jewish tradition and culture to the emigrants. JCC Auction to Accept 'Chai Bids" Sat. Night Don't forget to make a bid on some of the rarest items and services offered to Orlando's Jewish community at the JCC's Chai Bid Auction on Sat., Apr. 5, 8 p.m. at the Center. Donation is $1.50 at the door. Proceeds go to various enrichment programs offered at the JCC. 00HE'VE GOT GUCCI BUT WS D0 HAVl YOUR PAST I POST NAME EDITION .New York, N.Y. 10022 ADDRESS issues of POST full me the NEW CTY My check issues for six STATE ZIP Check for $19.00 E 184 351 North Orange Downtown Orlando 422-3565 ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS YEAR OF SERVICE IN OUR POCKET Those marvelous leathers with the world famed Italian signature are now at Burdines, Orlando and Altamonte. In a new high fashion area of their own. Where you'll find everything Gucci from key rings and pens, to pill boxes, clutches and cosmetic cases. And, of course, those fabulous handbags. Prices from 26.00 to 225.00. Gucci Shop (Dept. 180). SHOP DALLY 10,OO A.M. TO 9=OO 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; COCQA BEACH AND MERRFFr ISLAND, 632-5880.. TITUSVILLE AND DAYTONA, OPERATOR WX-5151.