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Page 8:.HERITAGE. Flor!da Jewish News: MaV 23:1980 q B'nai Mitzvot Rachel Adler photo by Joc, Thomas Studio Philip Greenwald Philip David Greenwald, son of Ira and Joyce Greenwald of Altamonte Springs, will be called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on the Shabbat of May 23-24 at Congr. Ohev Shalom. Philip is in the seventh grade at Rock Lake Middle School. Next year he will be playing SYNA football in Altamonte Springs. He is also a member of Congr. Obey Shalom's Kadima group. His many interests include baseball, football and snow skiing. Joining in the family's simcha will be grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Greenwald of Altamonte Springs, Paul Greenberg of Miami Beach, Mrs. Marlene Menelly of Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Greenwald, Miami, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Simonson of Hollywood, FI., cousin Alan Feinstein of Newport, Rhode Island and Mrs. Jean Feinstei n, Mr. and Mrs. Marty Greenwald with cousins Alex and Mathew of Hollywood, Fla. Rachel Beth Adler, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Adler of Maitland, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on the Shabbat of May23-24 at Temple Israel. Rachel is in the seventh grade at Maitland Junior High School. Her hobbies include piano and tennis. Sharing in the family's simcha will be Rachers brother, Jack: grandmother. Laura Adler: uncles and aunts, Sanford and Arlene Lavitt. Arthur and Phoebe Lavitt, Kenneth and Thel Rosenberg and Mel and Helene Klein: cousins, Jason. Keith. Jeremy, Michelte. Melissa, David and Phillip; great aunts, uncles and cousins from south Florida and local friends. TEACHERS WANTED CONGR. OF LIBERAL JUDAISM establishing its faculty for the 1980-81 school year. )enings exist in theareas of Hebrew, Judaica, arts & crafts and music. Interested applicants should contact RABBI HILLMAN at 645-0444 UF Freshmen To Meet With Hillel Head A get-together for all college freshmen will be held Thurs., May 29, at the home of Arlene Schwartz, 1003 Kewanee Trail. Maitland. at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Jerry Friedman. Hillel Director at the University of Florida. Shmeichel They have a new term for grandmas in Miami Beach where the Yiddish-oriented residents call them "'chicks." That is to say they are "'zexchick" (60),"zibbenchick" " (70) and "achtchick" (80), TWO MINUTES in our center = TWO HOURS in the sun! And it's safer, t00! Work up to a terrific, SUNBURST TANNING WORLD golden tan in just 20 visits 20 visits 0nly 33995 6reater Mall, Store 102 Casselberry, FL 32707 First visit complementary (305) 830-9098 I L Women's Organ&ations ' Hadassah Aliyah Brunch Planned Installation of new officers of Hadassah Aliyah will be held at 9:30 a.m. on May 30, at Victoria Station Restaurant. Rita Geller will act as installing officer. The slate is as follows: Isa Cherner, pres.; Linda Kaufman, exec. v.p.: Judy Hirshman, educ. v.p.: Maureen Perlstein, fund-raising v.p.: Renee Janovitz, mem. v.p.; Marilyn Hoffman, prog. v.p.; Susan Arkin, rec, sec'y.; Barbara Green corres sec'y.: Diane Baum, treas.: Leslie Hertz, fin. sec'y. A brunch will be served at $5 per person. Ohev Sisterhood Schedules Teas For Summer Summer is usually a "'quiet" time, when clubs and organizations wind down, but Congr. Ohev Shalom Sisterhood will be operating in full gear. Linda Kalter and Sue Chasnov will make plans to host many membership teas throughout the summer months. Judy Hirshman, editor of the 1980-81 Congr. Ohev Shalom Calendar Book, will be busy preparing for publication. LISETTE HALPERN Ohev Sisterhood Announces Woman of Year Congr. Ohev Shalom Sisterhood presented its highest honor -- Woman of the Year -- to Lisette Halpern named the "first woman of the 1980's." At the presentation, board member Linda Kalter said Lisette is "someone who has a special love for Congr. Ohev Shalom and its sisterhood, and translates that love into a living, vibrant organization that nurtures and tran- scends the individual task she does." B'nai B'rith Women Support Children's Home In 1948, when the State of Israel was established, B'nai B'rith Women was in the forefront, and in the next decade, emphasis was placed on aiding the victims of the Nazi Holocaust and the new Jewish state. hi I q48, ll/ai 15rith Women also assumed responsibility for the maintenance of the Children's Home in Israel as a permanent project, after the late Henrietta Szold referred the problem of care of nazi-tqrrorized children to B'nai B'rith Leaders in Israel. Today, the B'nai B'rith Women Children's Home in Israel is a modern residential treatment center for the rehabilitation of emotionally disturbed youngsters 9-14 years of age. Through individual treat- ment and understanding. youngsters who have had little love in their lives, discover what it means to be cared for. The unusually successful rehabilitation record of the home has attracted the attention of professionals around the world. Qualified staff, including e,ypert psychiatrists and child psychologists, provide individual treatment and sympathetic care in a program designed to restore to these children what they need most ... a normal setting and a sense of belonging, so that they may become productive citizens of Israel. Chaverot Hadassah Sets Installation For May 27 The Evans High School Chorus, under the direction of Les Knepper, will perform musical program in honor of the new officers of Hadassah Chaverot at installation ceremonies on May 27 at Congr. Ohev Shalom social hall. Those to be installed are: Rhoda Meltzer, pres.; Bernice Falck, fund,,railing v.p.: Fayge Crasnow, program v.p.: Adele Dorman, educ. v.p.; Margie Blau, treas.; Judy Meltzer, rec. sec'y.; Lee Sami, corres, sec'y: and Geraldine Cohen, fin. sec'y. The evening festivities begin at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Rishona.Masada Officers to be Installed June 3 A luncheon is in store for all who attend the upcoming installation of Rishona-Masada Hadassah officers. The afternoon affair will take place at Temple Israel on June 3, I 1:30 a.m. The officers to be installed are: Irma Andelman, pres.: Fredella Levine, fund-raising vp.: Joy Dreyfus and Judy Gaines, mem. v.p.'s; Aimie Cohen, educ. v.p.; Hilda, Witkind. prog. v.p.; Ruth Moss. rec. sec'y; Barbara Shulman. corres, sec'y; Ethel Jacobson and Trina Herman, fin. sec'ys: and Sylvia Grossman, treas. Audrey Peartman, Florida Central Regional v.p., will be the installing officer. Luncheon is $3 per person. ORT's on the Go At. Williamsburg ORT Area Council held its first coffee at the Williamsburg development on May 8, under the direction of incoming Shirley g members we re Bierman, I Harriet Kaln Ri Twelve A slide "A Bdd( Long," del history up centennial The hic however, a nazi only to find woman, way to sustaif war's end ORT trainin learned became her means Other planned at interested in receiving membership contact 862-6047. Off to Poster Susan Women's go a delegate Congress of: Union. She is the central one of onl women States. She of her trip in returns. A poster recently by Council Arnerican of the World. i in con Israel Expo. The contest was: movement Israel is the Jewish spirit. The contest children in Orlando Competitions three through through eighth Winners Kara Jeffrey in division 2. i place and second Leslie Jon .Thomas was judge Th Honor take [.ord 436. Cantor and Grossman of I Basic H 01 achieved donating Wolen's