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.No. 41 2M Class  d n    b F I: MAY 30. 1980 15 SIVAN 5740 ORLANDO ,,,* ,,, ,. o., F e =n, : ,wo,,,or.o. 7,.., , ,,1= =I p.i,,..a,.-,.i,-. SINGLE COPY 35 of Jewish ees Leaving Undetermined Coenson-Roth Editor the 75.00CYplus entering the in recent weeks, nearly 40,'" according sources in the Miami area, are one member of Jewish Cuban nearly 40 Cuban refugees in the area, a for the Cuban ation said , four staying and "heard that Ire on the way." The ees Resettlement a consortium of under the Jewish Federation, know of only two. told refugees entering the Cannot be accounted the process do not ask religious The refugees are they have relatives in or are offered a of agencies for purposes. page 2 of the Jewish Cuban are known to be tn the Orlando area at Spokesman for the Hebrew Congregation said they know of one sent to the process center in He went to New York With relatives. Another, helped find at a Miami hotel. COngregation spokes- reported that they up to 12 more not yet arrived. Congregational members have contributed money, food and volunteers to help resettle the Cuban refugees. Madeline Arenson, super- visor of the Refugees Resettle- ment Agency under the auspices of the Miami Federation, said the area's Cuban Jewish community has been "anxious to help." She said most feel strongly about the situation, "not only as Jews, but because most are Cuban exiles themselves. They have a double commitment," The resettlement program, a permanent agency which has helped to resettle refugees from Russia, Southeast Asia, Chile, Iran, and now Cuban, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, knows of two Cuban Jewish refugees staying with relatives, one the young cousin of a Miami family, and a girl now staying with an uncle. They know of another man on the way. But, Arenson said, 98 percent of the Cuban refugees the agency helps to resettle are not Jewish. The agency "attempts to bridge the gap" for the refugees. While relatives can provide a temporary roof. some cannot afford to feed the refugee relatives, or pay for medical care. The Cuban refugees are eligible for food stamps immediately, while the Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami takes emergency medical cases. Most come to the resettlement agency asking for employment. The spokesman for the Cuban Hebrew Congregation said, even though there are not many Jews in Cuba. there are some. "We don't know who wants to come to the U.S. Maybe many are afraid to leave Cuba." hew 00eret Executive Appointed director of Kinneret has been begin the administrative job in mid- David Z. Ross from the D.C. area has been selected to replace current resident manager George who will remain at Kinneret as consultant director ernedtus. received a Bachelor of Science Degree in with a minor in Business Management Baptist College at Charleston, S.C. in 1977. received a Master of Science Degree in with a specialization in long-term care ion from the Center for Studies in Aging 0rth Texas State University, in the field includes assistant at the Hebrew Home of Greater Rockville. Md., and administrative at the Menorah Park-Jewish Home for the in Beachwood, Ohio. Last Game Of Season THE JEWISH Community Softball League rapped up the season last Sunday with the all.star team playing the league champs -- Jewish Businessmen's Benevolent AssociaUon. At right, all.star team member Kurt Rogers watches as teammate Hal Arost (below) takes a swing. Who won? See story on page l l. HERITAGE photos by Barbara Coenson-Rot h Reports, Elections and more ... Federation to Hold Annual Meeting Sunday tation will be made to the graduates of the community's Judaica High School: Lisa Friedman, Glen Jacob, Sam Goss and Cindy Stone. George Weiman, director of For the 31st year in a row, the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando will hold an genda-packed annual meeting including elections, presentations, a reception and musical entertainment. Slated for this Sunday, June I, all members of the Federation are invited to attend the once-a-year event at 7:30 p.m. at the Congr. of Liberal Judaism. As in years before, reports from the Federation president and executive director will be given. However. for the first time, all committee and agency reports will be presented in written form. Also, as another first for the annual meeting, a presen- Sonia Mandell. campaign v.p.: Mel Pearlman, community relations v.p,: Rita Bornstein, Jewish education v.p.: Eva Ritt, see'y: and Sheryl Meitin, treas. Board of directors Kinneret, will also be honored nominees include: Gary at the meeting for hisyearsof Baumgarten, Dr. Arnold service to the Jewish Bierman. Hy Lake, Sy Israel, community. A reception in honor of Marcia Kerstein, who will step down as the Federation president after a two-year term, will be held as well as nomination and election of officers and board of directors. See story page 6 GEORGE Nominees for officers neret resident manager, include Elliot Zerivitz. pres,: Lester Zimmerman, Ira Monroe, Dr. Robert Lieber- man, Joseph Greenspun, Ed Englander, Sol Schick and Bob Marks. Installing officer will be Joseph Cohen, community consultant from the Council of Jewish Federations. Musical entertainment will be provided by the Children's Choir of the Hebrew Day School. ,ay's Sun Seekers UCF Hillel Jewish Singles = at Zellw00d Sp/00/Ud00 River Country Corn Festival