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Kaddisha Honored Service After nearly a decade of The Chevra Kaddisha, service to Temple Israel, Dr. brotherhood" of Organ- and Mrs. Howard Oser will be Central Florida, was presented with the "30th An- May21, at niversary Award" at the Temple's Bond Dinner on "reverential burial Men., June 5. which traditionally The Bond Dinner, honoring for the deceased from the Osers for what chairman eVaoment of death until af- of the Dinner committee burial, was cited for William Estroff called, "total selfless and and loyal committment to services in the many facets of Temple set- of our Jewish vice," will feature enter- tainer Joey Adams, inter- of especially nationally known star of members of the stage, screen, night clubs and community, the T.V. Kaddisha is com- The Osers first joined of: Bernard Backer, Temple Israel in 1959 and Backer, Ronald Bet- have been active ever since. Dr. & Mrs. Oser HERrrAGE, Fd, Ik 26, 1978, hfe 5 To Be Honored At Dinner Dinner committee chair- and Murray Schwartz as man William Estroff has an- patron llost chairmen; Zelda nounce the appointment of Stein, dinner arrangements Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski as chairman; and Sheri Den- honorary chairman; Arlene berg, decorations chairman. 00NOW--- Over 600 Patterns In Stock o.r waacover00,m SpedaUm for AJLL Name amd Decomtor bran Moo- 9-9 PM Tuesat 9-5 PM SR 434 Around the Corner Marlene Morris, Mgr. from HairBenclers 862-2600 Sidney Deutsch, Robert President from 1971-73, Jacob Frank, Howard is vice president of  &' MRS. HOWARD 0$ER Kichler, Berney the Southeast Region of Leon Sobel, Elliot United Synagogues of The Osers founded the Estroff. "They havellterally Rosalie Deutsch, America. Sandy is vice Kadima Youth Group of given more than one can I Loeb, Helen Moskowitz, president-elect of the Temple Temple Israel and served as imagine." Shaft, Molly Siskind, Sisterhood and vice president youth commission chairman; Adams is the best-selling Crasnow, Jesse Ber- of education and youth. She is advisors for the USY and author of From Gags To Esther Lieberman, also a member of Hadassah, Kadima. "I can't think of a Riches, Joey Adams Joke Saltzman and Bertha ORTandthe Youth Force of more dese..rv,',mg couple in this Book, Cindy and I, among ,P.LtNT! ,Jmmlj TO Have wide selection of the Federation. community, ' according to others. Flowering Trees and Shrubs 1 Seminar Florida First For CRC Hathaw. of the holocuast will curriculum and, our students," southern direc- education of the Anti- League, told than 40 educators, and lay leaders at- Florida's first teaching seminar by Orange Seminole counties directors Edna and Gordon and the Jewish ion's community relations committee, the May 17 workshop also included educators tram the Catholic community, synagogue education directors and lewish community leaders. "Until the showin of NBC's 'Holocaust,' said Kan- tar, "there was tremendous ignorance on the part of most Americans. With education we will evoke in our young people a sense of respon- sibility among all groups, combat racism, bigotry and hatred." She encouraged educators to establish dialogue with Jewish service Ul Pkb organizations as a "creative solution" to problems or questions that might arise in classroom situations. The two-hour multi-media workshop presented a con- densed history of the period, "Night And Fog," a film dumentary made by the Germans during the holocaust decade, and a short film, "Joseph Schultz," por- traying a courageous Ger- man. According to Congr. 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