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Camp Registration in Full Swing than 300 JCC Day up fast, officials. nearing 200. Day .=s various from two Camp groups are establish- ed in accordance with their age and abilities and include a toddlers program (ages 24-34 months) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon; Camp K-Ton Ton, daily half-days for ages 3 and 4; Camp K'Ton Ton Plus, daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for ages 41/2 to 5; Camp Maccabee, daily, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for 1-3 graders; Camp Chalutzim, daily from g a.m. to 3 p.m., for 4-6 graders; Sabra, daily, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for grades 7 to 9; and Shalom CITs for teens, 14-16. An olympic swiming pool and adjacent kiddie pool, six tennis courts, two softball Yore Huho'ah Give Us Your Dead! The Orlando Jewish Community obsenmnce of Yore Hasho'ah (Day of Remembrance) will be held on Sun., Apr. 29. The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando and chairman of the Yore Hasho'ah program, Sam Weiss, have requested that members of the community submit the names of loved ones lost in the Holocaust, to be read aloud Urbg the sen4ce at Congr. of Uberal Judaism 8-9:30 p.m. in order to guarantee accuracy, please type or Prt the names desrly and send to: Yore Haldo'ah. c/o The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando, Box 1508, Maltbnd 32751. e Soc00Rc(00 IMPORTS and JUDAICA hand-crafted gifts, Fine Jewelry, Art Works Items, Books, Records, Stationery & Cards Elite Candy -- Kosher for Passover 9m00000ypt Pewee MEDAL (Now beinl mimed in Jerulem) MA Y BE ORDERED FROM The Source Offll=l Demler Bronze, 59 mm ...... =10.00 Silver, 45 mm .......... $30.00 Silver, 59 mm ......... $62.50 Gold. 35 mm ....... $500.00 _.. I)LVda ) land. or bO IeS, e t'lra t (ift Wrap Mail Local Hospital Delivery Gift Registry riday 10-5; Thursday til 8 p.m.: Sunday 11-4 ks Center Bldg. #1 ne Block North of 436) NIRA STEIN 32707 {305) 830-1948 fields, two 3-wall handball courts, outdoor basketball, volleyball and shuffleboard courts are just some of the faciliUes available at the camp. Persons wishing more information about registration should contact the Jewish Community Center, 645- 5933. Israeli Artist Holds Local Exhibition An exhibition of Israeli artist Tamar Erez's paintings will be on display Apr. 15-30, at Greeneda Court Art Gallery, Park Ave. S., Winter Park. The exhibit, also displayed in Paris, London, Amsterdam and New York, will be available to the public at the gallery from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily. P/tse/eh Herut, which after Labor is the largest Zionist party in Argentina, dedicated a new building in Buenos Aires. Speakers included Argentina's Chief Rabbi Ben Hamu. Restaurant Auction Saturday Features Food, FUN, Frolic A weekend vacation at the Beau Rivage in Bal Harbour will be given to the grand door prize winner at Saturday night's, Apr. 14, Jewish Community Center restaurant auction. In addition to other prizes of food delicacies, $1,300 worth of the finest cuisine Orlando-area restaurants have to offer will be auctioned to the highest bidders at the "incredible edible" JCC auction, beginning at 8 p.m., at the Center. Donated items were auctioned at a 40 percent discount at last year's JCC restaurant auction. This year, bidders have a wide choice of meals, Including seafood, Italian, French, odantal and more. A $2 donation includes food, ddnks and a complete menu of meals to be auctioned. BurcRnes China by Lenox. Chocolate by Barton's. Two tasteful traditionals for Passover. An extraordinary hostess gift, the Seder Plate. Each of the six symbolic foods served at the Seder is identified in Hebrew in 24okarat gold. This handcrafted masterpiece is an exact reproduction of a 19th century plate displayed at the Jewish Museum of New York City. What an appropriate and enriching gift, to be cherished for generations. On rich translucent ivory Lenox China. $56. China (Dept. 651). Sweeten the Festivities with Barton's Chocolates. Barton's is a welcome guest at all joyous occasions. Here are two mouth-watering assortments that will please everyone. Chocolate Matzo Balls, covered with nuts or chocolate trim. Sink your teeth right in! 12 oz., 4.50. Bartonettes, a full pound of Continental miniatures including nuts, fruits, truffles and cremes. Now you have plenty for everyone. 6.25. Candy (Dept. 215).