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April 7, 1978

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Page 2, Friday, April 7, 1978, HIHliAU SHOP HERITAGE ADVERTISERS Burdines HA VE YOU DISCOVERED BURDINES FABULOUS, FRESH FOOD SALAD BAR? Open daily. Salad mixin' s, deli treats, cold meats, relishes, fresh fruits, a uariety of our own baked breads, plus dessert and beuerage. 3.15 Beer, wine, and cocktails auailable. 2nd floor, Orlando. 'Judaic Studies' Major Offered at Emory Univ. ATLANTA (JTA) Officials of Emery Univer- sity here have announced that a major in Judaic Studies is now possible for Emery students. The university faculty has approved a Judaic Studies concentration in the religious department. Dr. David Blumenthal, Jay and Leslie Cohen professor of work in the various areas of Jewish communal service. With its emphasis on the humanities," he said, "it will also fulfill one of the major goals of an under- graduate liberal arts educa- tion" and as "a stepping stone to the Master of Arts in teaching offered by Emery which has a specialization in Jewish Judaic Studies, said the Education." approval would provide stu- Emery formally inaugur- dents the opportunity "to ated the Cohen Chair of acquire knowledge which Judaic Studies last year. An could serve as a base for EmoryJudaica Library Fund further study or professional has been created. 33rd Terrorist Victim Dies TEL AVIV, (JTA) - fatality. Funeral services Mathilda Ashkenazi, 67, were held at hte Haifa who was one of the 92 peo- Cemetery. Absorption pie wounded during the ter- Minister David Levy rePre- rorist carnage March 11, sented the government at died today. She was the 33rd the funeral. The new European Collection of silk, cotton, wool and linen clothing, will be in thru the months of April and May. We take pleasure in announcing the association of Joseph Wittenstein as Chairman of the Advisory Board XX'intcr Park Offkc Net ork and Canton Avenue Wintrr Park, Florida THE- -I THE CAR OF THE MOTOR TRLND MA(;AZINE NEW PLYMOUTH HORIZON. 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CHRYSLER/ (305) 645-2000 (305) 3:23-1230 PLYMOUTH INC. 2613 ORLANDO DRIVE / SANFORD, FLORIDA 32771 Holocaust Museum To Open With Catholic Heroine As an introduction to NBC's "Holocaust" and to remind viewers that the Nazi era began with the 'Jewish question' and ended in terror and death for mil- lions of innocents of all religions -- an explicit and detailed "Holocaust Museum" will open to the public Tues., Apr. 11 at g p.m. Conceived and built by Temple Israel's Hay class under the direction of education director Dov Ken- tov, the Museum is housed in Temple Israel's social hall and sponsored by the Jewish Federation's community relations committee. The Holocaust Museum's formal opening, to which the entire community is invited, will be conducted by Catholic heroine Jeanne Daman who was instrumen- tal in rescuing and hiding thousands of Jewish children as they passed through the Belgian under- ground in their flight from the Nazis. The museum will remain open for public viewing Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to Noon and 3-6 p.m. from Apr. 12 through May 4. Members of the Temple's Hay class include: Ricky Blumen, Brett Bressler, Michael Brown, Eric Cotton, Michael Daitzman, Debbie Esko, Darren Fein, Jeffrey Goodis, Leslie Green, Pen- hie Hanin, Steven Heller, Mark Israel, Ricky Korfin, JoAnn Newman, Jodi New- man, Kevin Pribell, David Urback and Anne Weinreich. Architect of the Phyllis Michaels. Lieberman and directed art and Leah Fernald dination, Terry acted as secretary Friedman Jeanne hall JCC Sponsor Now Av On Sun., May 7. bers of the reunify can join brothers in an walk for Israel Walkathon gives son the opportunit support for world. Sponsor sheets picked up the Congr. of ism, Temple Ohev Shalom. or call 645-5933. Don't delay in your sponsor PICTURE FRAMING While You Wait (On Ready Made Frames) I PASSPORT PHOTOS While You Wait COLONIAL Photo & Hobby 634 N. Mills Orlando 841. Carol Sonnenfeld, a member of Temple Israel, and a very experienced itravel agent is in our Longwood office to ,help you plan your holiday trips and business travel. Call her today! IN 9 Deltona Plaza (305) 668-4419 Let us make your DREAM" come true Group Tour to ALASKA. i cruise thru the Inside our office for more NOW 2 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO BEI"rER SERVE YOUII! THE SAME GIFT AS LAST YG00_R Won't Do The -':=; A67191027 i O " ......... %1 MAKE YOUR PLEDGE TO THE 1978 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando P.O. Box 1508 Maitland, Florida 32751 645-5933