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Jewish Students' League Presents HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 18. 1980, Page 3 in Concert' Show Cultural Series in Concert," pendence, independence, which will gun.,Apr. 27, at The performing troupe, culminate with a Walk-a-thon College Field "Kinneret in Concert," is a and Israel Expoon the Rollins the final pre- unique group with a rich, College campus. May4, diverse repetoire based on Cultural traditional and contemporary Single admission tickets for Israeli music, featuring "Kinneret in Concert" are presented by arrangements in folk, rock and available at the JCC at $5 for the Jewish jazz. adults, $4 for seniors and $3 of Rollins The program will kick off a for children ages seven to 12. as a musical week of festivities in central For further information, honoroflsrael's Florida in celebration of contact Marvin Friedman at of inde- Israel's anniversary of theJCCat 645.5933. i 'i[il  NEARLY 200 people gathered at Congr. of Liberal Judaism to witness community members reading "Night Words," a midrash on the Holocaust, at the community-wide Holocaust commemoration on Sun., Apr. 13. HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coemmn-Roth 125 Expected Council to Hold 00ntion This Weekend B'rithYouth Kaplan. Barry Rogers serves will welcome as AZA advisor to the boys Jewish teen- group. state of Programs at the convention Will attend the will include a Soviet Jewry pre- Council BBYO sentation, a Human Potential ntion to beheld workshop and a Study in In addition, Values of Moral Standards'of or Today's Teenagers vs. his or announces the her Parents. of Sunny For further information Ssistant advisor about the weekend, call the local B'nai B'rith local BBYO office at with Roselyn 645-5933. (continued from page 1) 'Family Sports Da200' Reset for Apdl 27 The "Swing for Israel and Family Sports Day," spon- sored by the Aliyah _group of Hadassah, originally scheduled for last Sunday, has been rescheduled for Sun., Apr. 27, noon-5 p.m., at the JCC. The "swinging" afternoon will include tennis tournaments, kiddie relays, basketball, softball, soccer and a kosher barbeque. Tickets at $5 per adult and $2.50 per child (two to 12- year-old) may be purchased in advance through thedCC. Proceeds go to the Hadassah Medical Organization. For further information call 645-5933. The Center will be open to its general membership who do not wish to participate in the 'Family Sports Day" at that time, but those persons will be limited to usual Center facilities only. the afternoon until the special of the Feder- meeting begins at 7 p.m. who have The JCC has requested an $18 ($36 for allocation of $80,000 for the welcomed at 1980-81 fiscal year, according according to to a written request submitted Kerstein. to the Federation. They pointed out that last year's allo- Said, although cation was only $5,000 more will be than the $.50,000 they received Vote. in 1973, despite "tremendous Considerations increases in the size and scope to be of our operation, without agencies--the regard for the cost of living Center, differential over this time *' School and period." Services--as Hebrew Day School showed expenses, a $65,000 request from the to the Federation for the coming the Com- year, while Jewish Family Committee, Service asked for $37,500. Committee All agencies have other Development. sources of revenue besides board of Federation subsidies, through ing, budg.atand various fund-raising efforts, will have donations, membership dues, at 10 tuition, fees and United Way through contributions, among others. Film 'Cantor's Son' Bills Double Showing The Yiddish film classic. "The Cantor's SOn," will be shown twice on Sun., Apr. 20, at the JCC at 3:30 p.m. and at Kinneret at 7:30 p.m. "The Cantor's Son" depicts the struggles, loves and disappointments of a Hebrew youth who leaves his native village of Belz. Poland. with a troupe of wandering players. In spite of the successful the- atrical career which he eventually builds in the United States. he ultimately returns to his parents and sweetheart in the old Country. The film is in Yiddish with English subtitles. The afternoon performance is free to 39"ers members and $I to others. The evening per- formance at Kinneret is free to Kinneret residents only; $] will be charged for others who attend. This is a first in a series of Yiddish films sponsored bythe 39'ers. Word "'cipher" derives from a Hebrew word Zing "to number"... 351 North Orange Downtown Orlando 422-3565 ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS YEAR OF SERVICE SHOP DAILY 10,OO A.M. TO 9,00 P.M., SUNDAY 12,30 TO 5,30 P.M. ORLANDO FASHION SQUARE AND ALTAMONTEMALL CALL TOLL FREE MELBOURNE. INDIAN HARBOUR AND EAU GALLIE. 259-13OO: COCOA BEACH AND h/IERRYFI' ISLAND, 632-5880: Tiq'USVILLE AND DAYTONA. OPERATOR ,WX-,SIOI .............. .