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Day School Claims as New Students Month Day School of has desig- month and has rive for parents of students, as well and science entire community. May coffees at the home of 7:30 p.m. on interested in one of these 's should call 647-0713. The community is invited to an Open House and the schoors First Annual Science FaironMay 13, 10a.m.-2 p.m, at the school. This will allow the community to "see the students and teachers in action." according to Dr. Sidney Selig. director. The independent "com- munity'" school, which has approximately 85 students this term, could accomodate up to 125 youngsters in its current full-day kindergarten through sixth grade program that includes secuL,r as well as Hebrew studies. The addition of a seventh grade and second kindergarten class for next year is under consideration. Applications for admission for the fall school term are now being accepted by the registrar. For further information, call Dr. Selig at 647-0713. Orlando Leaders Named Round CJF Delegates )rlando Jewish leaders will the area's Jewish as 1980 Year ates to the of Jewish Fed- Kerstein, Elliot Israel and Paul will serve as Delegates, a ffative body of 700 lay leaders linking the national Council and the communities it serves. The Year Round system was developed to augment Councirs effectiveness as the central consultative resource for local Federations in all major service areas. Year Round Delegates, with community-designated alter- nates, will determine CJFs major programs, policies and finances. CJF Board, of Koach' Mission for Oct. 1980 of allowing one price of $2,000 per mission to person. The mission also years ago, is offers several options for pre- leave for the Israel programming, including October 30 and one or more stops in Eastern 9. Europe, Egypt or along the on, called rescue lifeline of HIAS and a Mission of JDC at additional costs. the sponsoring Oung Leadership For further information the United Jewish about the mission, call Paul g, Jeser, executive director of als and hotel Orlando's Jewish Federation, included in at 645-5933. to Host Regional Convention Regional the National of Temple will meet in 16-18 at the Judaism. activities will seminars and President of the Lawrence will deliver a on Fri., May 16, at the Temple. A Saturday night banquet will feature a guest speaker from the Jewish Chautauqua Society. The convention will be headquartered at the Holiday Inn on International Drive. For further information about the convention, costs and registration, call Nat Ginsberg at 295-4659. permission by the Bank of England has .sale of Israel Bonds begin shortly in @eat is lhe principal country in which the bonds permitted to be sold. :iting ... HUCTION for you and your friends evening, May 3 Ongr. of Liberal Judaism 928 Malone Drive Orlando COLLECTION featuring ;nowned artists--Chagall, Dali, Boulanger, Lebadang, Moore, Rockwell and many others. 1 by Marina Art Auction Gallery, Nyack, N.Y. $2.00 Cheese Preview: 7:30 p.m. Irize Auction: 8:30 p.m. INFORMATION. CALL 645-0444 OR 869-4452 Committee and Task Force members will be drawn primarily from this body. HEIIlTAGE. Florida Jewish News, May 2. I. Page 3 Community Invited to Exclusive Showing of 'Empire Strikes Back' The CJF is an association of The most eagerly awaited JCC chairperson. Dr. Carey JCC. Enterprise 1701. Jim more than 190 Federations, space fantasy film that will Ser. Ivey's Cartoon Museum and Welfare Funds and Com- continue the "Star Wars" saga Souvenir tickets priced at $6 the English Department at munity Councils which serves -- "The Empire Strikes Back" per person guarantee a seat in Rollins College. nearly 800 communities and -- will be presented by the the theatre with no waiting. embrace more than 95 Jewish Community Center in an "Empire Strikes Back" For further information. percent of the Jewish an exclusive showing Sat., May costume contestl plus door contact Marvin Friedman, population in the U.S. and 24, 8 p.m.. at the Park East- prizes and other surprises. JCC executive director, at Canada. West Theatre. according to Tickets are available at the 645-5933. 00/v'EWE GOT GUCCI 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. I80). Ines SHOP DAILY 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, COCOA BEACH AND MERRITI" ISLAND. 632-5880, TITUSVILLE AND DAYTONA, OPERATOR WX-5151.