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: 37 MAY 2, 1980 16 IYAR 5740 ORLANBO 2nd Class postage paid at Fern Park. FL with adff//enal trv a! Odan, FL Sind address Subacriptlem le Fledda addrim: changss to PO. Box 742. Fern Park. FL 32730 $1! W ,,,,'.r yss, g,,,=, ,,,ss,,, SINGLE COPY 35 641 Suds It Up Troop 641 spent last Sunday, cleaning and wiping automobiles at its car King on Lee Road to raise money for mmer camp. Doing the dirty work for were Mark Wolman (above left,), Mark Wayne Neverka and Mark Kessler. .. HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coenson-Roth ,i , , Judaica to Take Test School to Meet New Challenges Hoping for higher marks help in the administration of next fall. the Judaica High the school, currently handled School will be tested with new each term by one of the ideas in an effort to stimulate synagogues' educational more student interest in directors. The schools will Jewish education, be directed by the Jewish 1-he education comrnitlee education committee made of Orlando's Jewish Federa- up of the synagogues rabbis, tion has contracted with the educational directors, and Central Agency of Jewish synagogue and Federation Education of the Miami representatives. Federation, to help revitalize the school's curriculum and With a more diverse in-service teacher training curriculum, the school hopes program, according to the to attract more students. Federations education vice Currently two-thirds of the president. Rita Bornstein. youth attending the school are With a SlO.000 budget -- from Congr. of Liberal $3.000 from the Federation. Judaism, while the other one- $1.000 tram each of three third of the student body are sponsoring synagogues, and from Congr. Ohev Shalom $4.000 from a $25 student and Temple Israel. The tuition fee -- the Judaica High committee would like to see a School hopes to attract better- more propodinate amount of qualified instructors with students from each syna- salary, in contrast to its current gogue. volunteer faculty, according to The Judaica High School Bornstein. The instructors will will take its new test of be aided by the new on-going, involving more Jewish youth in-service training program, next fall when classes will be A new staff associate to be held at Congr. of Liberal hired by the Federation will Judaism. Israelis Sympathize With Rescue Failure by Yitzhak Shargil TEL AVIV, (JTA) -- Braeli political and military leaders spoke with both sympathy and frank criticism over the weekend of the disastrous failure of the American attempt to rescue the 50 hostages held at the O.S. Embassy in Teheran. Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir sent a cable to then Secretary of State Cyrus Vance Friday expressing Israel's sympathy for the loss of American lives. At the same time, the Foreign Ministry issued a statement denying any Israeli involvement in the American action. Premier Menachem Begin said in an interview that "The Americans are asking advice from others, especially from Israelis because of the Entebbe operation. We tell them that there is a difference. At Entebbe we had chances for success because it was an isolated airport. We knew all its details. We used the factor of surprise. We took control of the airport area, took the hostages aboard and returned home. In Teheran the situation is different." to Rollins unity to Take. Steps at Better Israel Jewish community members tof life will join together Sunday step by step action for the Appeal as they kick off the mg Israel Independence an 18 kilometer Walk-a-than. 8 a.m. participants will put towards aiding Israel -- [arther away from the Jewish and closer to Rollins is meant to funds to help Israel deal with !Ifare problems, Each step is Jews all over the world. that passes will bring them closer to their destination -- Rollins College -- which will be marked with a giant "We Are One" banner, Israeli flags, posters, signs, exhibits, and booths for the corrlmunitv's Israel Expo scheduled from noon-5 p.rn. The "'Now More Than Ever We Walk as One walk-a-thoners will have the afternoon to catch their breath amid an expected crowd of about 4,000 people tasting Israeli foods, inspecting Israeli products for sale, dancing to Israeli music and guessing the winners of an ORT.ponsored poster contest to he. announced that day. All this and more tor walkers and non- walkers alike on Sun.. Mav4, at Rollins College, noon-5 p.m. BUSY IN ORLANDO THIS ,WEEKEND ... ludaism 3 7:30 p.m. 11:311 p.m. WALKAT/ION JCC to Rollins WALKERS begin at 8 a.m. RUNNERS begin at 9 a.m. PASSERBYS C.AHT" MI$S the giant banner that's been flapping In the wind In front of the Rollins College Library. it was put up Monday by the Jewish Student's League of Rollins In celebration of Israel's Independence Day. HEm'rAOE mo by  Co,.,4oth ::..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;:;;::::;:;;::i ii!i: Inside HERITAGE ... ::i:::: ::: Peres and Carter ........ Page 2 iii ::!::i For New HDS Students .. Page 3 iii! ISRAEL EXPO iii Politics and Middle East.. Page 4 iii ::i::i Israel's Challenges ....... Page 5 !!ii Sunday. May 4. :.: 'Scene Around' . ......... Page 9 iii i!i: JBBA Wins Again ....... Page 11 i::!i i!i ii! 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