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May 9, 1980

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'Star Wars' Sequel Invited to Exclusive Strikes Back' Showing showing on Sat., May 24, 7:30 guaranteed a seat with no p.m., at tle Wometco Park waiting in lines for this special Theatre (across from the benefit showing. Winter Park Mall). "The Empi,e Strikes Back" Ticket holders will be is being eleased in 70 mm. with Dolby sound for its premier showing. Only two theatres (one in Orlando)in the state of Florida will be .... showing the space fantasy prior to general distribution on June 21. Souvenir tickets are priced at $6 each, More than 120 tickets were sold last Sunday at Israel Expo and a quick sell- out is expected. JCC chairperson and organizer Dr. Carey Ser urges everyone to ) buy tickets before May 18. Tickets are available at the Altamonte Mall Ticket Agency. Or!ando Fashion Square Mall Ticket Agency, Streeps, Enterprise 1701. Jim Ivey's Cartoon Museum, English Department at Rollins College and the JCC. Strikes Back," ling story of "Star )resented by the Center of in an exclusive makes a return appearance in 'The Empire Next Fall Day School 7th Grade Day School of students entering seventh will add a grade are of Bar and Bat to its current Mitzvah age and have no place through sixth to go for training because their beginning academic level in Hebrew and Judaica received at the Day director of School is above the training 4aid the addition of received by area synagogue grade is important schools. :llows students to The additional grade "is an the of important statement of the at theHDS school's leadership to the high school community," Dr. Selig said. "It shows the seriousness and because stability of the HDS." Am to Reach Out Jews Am will hold a the four area synagogues are I a n i z a t i o n a I not reaching a great quantity discuss ways to -- about 60 percent -- of the number of Jewish community." fflembers of the The meeting will be held at unity on Tues., the synagogue located at 623 Hwy. 17-92, Fern Park (next to Freddie's Steak House). wants If interested, but cannot those attend the meeting, call belonging to any Gussow at 834-5098 (day) or synagogues," 862-}891 (night), Steve Irving Herman at 293-2902. or Tom apparent that Alsager at 423-0645. Permitted Me tubers (JTA) -- who moved from to the Perm Some 600 miles was finally to be his mother and first time since and only the his arrest in , it was reported by Struggle for (SSSJ) and the uncils for Soviet however, was cut days to one as for Shcharansky's Chistipol his mother, Shcharansky, his reported after to Moscow s working as an lathe operator. day. six days a Camp machine shop. He is living in a barracks th other prisoners, some of whom are "politicals'" as he is, and others who were Nazi collaborators. Milgrom said her son told her that the grim labor camp, where hunger is pervasive, was still "freedom" in comparison with the notorious Chistipol Prison where he could not even see the daylight. She said he spends his spare time walking in the camp compound. Milgrom said Anatoly told her "1 haven't yet time to become a member of the 'labor collective' but for the first time in three years I now sleep in a bed with two bedsheets and am in a room with natural daylight." 8.99-19.99 were 13.OO to 27.00 Eccobay coordinated separates to mix/match Pull-on pants, skirts, and jackets in pique-weave polyester, white, cherry, royal. Also polyester print blouses. 8-18; S, M, L. Career (Dept. 399). PERFORMERS for the Mother's Day concert include Elizabeth Titus and Not)ie Green. Robert Kennon, Kathryn Savia, JCC Mother's Day Concert to Feature Fla. Symphony Members, Novie Green The community is invited to ensemble, Novi Green and the group organizer Novi Green join in a musical celebration of Green Consort. on the harpsichord. Mother's Day at the Jewish The Green Consort is made A donation of $2.50 will be Community Center on up of Florida Symphony accepted at the door. For Sunday, May I l, 8 p.m. members Kathryn Savia and further information, contact Elizabeth Titus on the violin Marvin Friedman, JCC The JCC will present and Robert Kennon on the executive director, at professional chamber music string bass. in addition to 645-5933. III I I I I II Burcl00nes SAVE 1/3 ON THE TOPS AND BOTTOMS! were 13.OO to 27.00 Devon sportswear to mix/ match in summery pastels. Pull-on skirts, pants, jackets, and vests. With them, print blouses in harmonizing colors. Polyester. 8-18, S, M, L Career (Dept. 399) White collar shirts m easy-care polyester/ When he was transferred from Chistipol he was forced to leave behind almost all his belonqinqs, includinq his h(oks. Milflrom said. cotton. Solids, stripes. S, M, L. Top Shop. Were 17.OO ,11.99 Terry sweatshlrts, polyester/cottons in bright colors. Sweaters (Dept. 384). Were 16.OO, 9.99 1&00-35.99 were 2400-5400 Summer suit-ables by Act Ill go from now through Fall. White or navy polyester pants, skirts, and blazers with contrast piping. Also blouses in nautical prints. 8-18. Clubhouse (Dept. 389). / I i Printed tunics in floral polyester, 8-18. I (Dept. 394). Were 20.00-22.00, 16.99. ! Terry tops. skirts in bright colors. (Dept. 364) Were 18.OO-24.OO, ].1.99-]5.99. Knit tops in glistening nylon or terry. I (Depts. 395, 394).Were 11.OO-21.OO, 7.-14..] lffilllllll--] SItO]P DALLY 10..OO A.M. TO 9,00 ]P.M., SUNDAY ]2,30 "tO 5,30 ]P.M. 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