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HERITA6E. Florida Jewish News. May 311, 1910. Page 3 For More Than 40 Run Low For Scholarships committee of key professionals hours over a two- deciding who will JCC scholar- followed 10 to 12 of confidential and screening of lilies requesting assistance to send to camp this question was how the more than to the Jewish t Center to service in distress. Camp were requested children this there are not to provide all of assistance. Committee has to according to JCC director, Marvin not an easy thing The scholarship Y in "'crisis situations," single parents families on $7,000- ig, h number of not a result of the Fdedman said, ,re truly families in attempt to aid the of youngsters with available funds, the committee will "break-up the camp experience "'for some of the children. Some will only attend two to four weeks of the eight-week camp session. Any assistance community members can give to help send children of needy families to camp would be "'greatly appreciated,'" Friedman said. In addition to making cash donations, people in the community can purchase a weekend at Disney World's Ft. Wilderness for only $I00, staying in a camper donated for this purpose. Members can also donate service and items which will be earmarked for the Day Camp Scholarship fund. On June 8. the Center will hold a flea market to raise scholarship money for day camp from I ! a.m.-3 p.m. Call the Center for pick-up of large items. Currently more than 250 youngsters are enrolled in Camp JCC. The scholarship committee hopes to raise that number so all who want to attend, but cannot afford to, can attend. All information about persons receiving financial assistance will be kept confidential. School Sets Meeting Date and awards will the Hebrew Day annual general scheduled for in the Tempte agenda will president Carol director's Dr. Sidney Selig, of outstanding to the school and of new officers and to the executive are Dr. Arnold Pres.; Jack Oppen- Means v.p.; education Zatz, administrative Greenwald, rec. Schwartz, fin. Zissman, corres. t Meitin, treas. to fill board ing June 1981 are Paul Jeser Nominated to fill term expiring June Cheri Nowend, Byron Selber, Dr. Fred Peisner Lazoritz. remaining on the terms expiring in include Sheri Denberg, Zelig Wise and Marilyn Berman. Members remaining on the board with terms expiring June 1982 include Deborah Israel, Dotty Kichler. Ann Lieberman, Robert Marks, Robert Picheny and Robert Hara. In addition, the board consists of Rabbis Larry Halpern, Rudolph Adler and Chaim Rozwaski, vice president of education of the Federation, president of the Jewish Federation, president of Horim U' Morim and five presidential appointments. The school announced that all general studies teachers currently at the HDS have signed contracts to return next year. The school plans to add a new full-time position and is looking for a science-math specialist to develop a program for the new seventh grade as well as other grades. The school board also has adopted a new salary schedule and group medical plan that is now competitive with Orange County Schools. HERITAGE reaches 21,000' Jewish read- ers each week. Shmeichels d, ul o/ cm'lfiy t on.crt,,71ion. Joc ,]mt hi. lticnd /)('l[Olll]dncc. O/thci/ll('/.t  ('('0110111t Cdl3,i. h,tny nTih' to the g,dlon do you lcl. 9' Iolu: " zz'plicd Swn. Ihol ,ll?'" Mg Icon,]go .on gels tt](! other 20. r" traditional & designer styles MITZVAHS WEDDINGS II:tTH ANNOUNCEMENTS trilyn hoffman 86g-0223 I IIIII I I Sonia Mandell Appointed To UJA Women's Board NEW YORK -- Sonia 15 in Washington. D.C. Mandell, Orlando's Jewish National Board members Federation Vice President for erve Ith as speakers and Campaign, has been consultants to local and appointed to the Board of regional Women's Division Directors of the National leaders. They offer advice on Women's Division of the solicitation, training. United Jewish Appeal. She programming and organi- was formally installed as a zation for annual UJA Board member at the National community campaigns, and Women's Division annual for regional and national Spring Seminar held May ]3- fundraising events. Items Needed For JCC Flea Market All kinds of items, large and small, are needed for the Jewish Community Center Flea Market scheduled for June 8, II a.m.-3 p.m. at the Center. For pick-up of large items such as furniture, call the JCC at 645-5933. HDS Celebrates Shaouot HEBREW Day School youngsters celebrated Shaouot at the school May 20. Students brought fruit to the festivities which was presented to residents at KlnnereL Camp CIT's Invited to Beach Trip Camp JCC registered CIT's are invited to a pre-summer beach trip on Sun.. June I. from 9:30 a.m.-5 p,m. Departure and return from JCC. Bring beach balls. frisbees and other beach games. Also bring bag lunch. Bu#lnes TAKE A GOOD LOOK. THEN GIVE A GOOD LOOK TO DAD ON FATHER'S DAY WITH A MUNSINGWEAR GRAND SLAM KNIT SHIRT. Whatever his style, tailored collar with bold chest stripe. 20.00, or soft collar with birdseye treatment IS.DO, he'll love the cool feel of cotton/polyester It's a summer treat in a refreshing collection of colors. Sizes S, M, L. XL Men's Knitwear (Dept. 503). -  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 MERRrFF ISLAND. 532-5880: 'ITrUSVILLE AND DAYTONA. OPERATOR WX-5151.