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June 13, 1980

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r. Ner Tamid s New Board elected officers of Ner Tamid of gnd new officers of imple's Women's installation brunch was held at where members their second year as a growing organization in Brevard area. were informally about the coming the recent purchase !in Melbourne as a site Congregation's future Herstein presided as officer assisted by David Aminia. who offered a special blessing for the new board. New officers include: Dr. Robert Mandel, pres.: Martin Schwam, I st v.p.: Raymond Fink. 2nd v.p.: Atty. Joel Moss. 3, rd v.p.: Sandra Dubin. treas.; Jodi Ackerman, rec, sec'y: Sally Wood, corres, sec'y: Dr. Edward Goldstein and Ralph Elfand. trustees; Jeannette Goldberg, educ. chrm.; and Abe Zendle, ritual chrm. Officers of the Women's Group include: Jeannette Goldberg. pres.; Gloria Mandel, v.p.; Sandy Dubin, treas.; Ella Dubin, sec'y; and Kandi Rosenbaum, corres. sec'y. Israel Elects 1980-81 Officers elected officers of Israel include: Dr. pres.: Dr. Jes v.p.: Sol Schick, Dr. Abe Tenzer, rel. Drucker, fund- V.p.; Stuart Farb, mere. Cohen, sec'y: and treas. Newly elected board of directors are: Marion Daitzman, Dick Katz, George Wolly, Dr. Larry Richman, Mel Siskind. Richard Zimmerman, Dr. Alvin Savage, Roz Levitt, Bernice Falck, Julian Meitin and Sheldon Greene. Meeting School Reviews Year, Ahead to Future athered for the annual of the Hebrew Day review the school's its first three years 'install new officers, president, Carol that since the opened in 1977, it its enrollment, !doubled its academic program, and its fund-raising end of this school stood at 83 attending kinder- through sixth grade, Parents had raised to help finance the of the school. These re raised through projects as well as from parents patrons. the school first it had 40 studl[its, through rade, and parents had tuition funds allocated by Jewish Federation the school. nd- Goss said it the "largest per fund-raising effort of in the community been in existence years.'" 60 families sters in the school. president, Dr. Bierman. outlined ajor challenges facing in the next year, Plans to add a seventh School must increase find a increased involvement, participa- cooperation with the noted that the of a stable and teaching staff was major accomplish- lear, adding that the full-time general tachers planned to school in the fall. her for total Jewish Dr. Bierman a Hebrew Zodiac plaque to Goss. He also praised her for the style of leadership she had displayed during two years as president. Dr. Sidney Selig, director of the school, reported that recent national testing confirmed that the students have moved ahead academic- ally and he re-affirmed the school's dedication to moving towards even higher quality and academic excellence. Goss also presented certificates of appreciation to the following persons for their "conscientious and outstand- ing leadership" during the 1979-1980 school year: Dr. Edward Zissman, for fund- raising leadership; Phyllis Zissman, chairman of the personnel committee; Zelig Wise, chairman of the building and facilities committee; and Marion Greenwald, as president of the Horim 'U Morim, the school's parent- teacher association. An inscribed plaque was also presented to Roberta Cohen, administrative assistant to Dr. Selig, in recognition of her service to the school. Melanie Berman, president of the newly-formed Student Council, presented a check to the school for the building fund. Other officers installed were: Jack Oppenheimer, Ways and Means v.p.; Susan Weinman, education v.p.; Saul Zatz, administration v.p.; Marion Greenwald. rec. sec'y; Phyllis Zissman, corres, sec'y; Lynn Schwartz, fin. sec'y; and Sheryl Meitin, treas. Four of Dr. Bierman's presidential appointments to the board of directors were announced after the meeting. They are Louis Feinberg, Angela Jacobson. Joan Foreman and Terry Neuman. New members elected to the board of directors were: Roberta Cohen, Dr. Fred Peisner. Gloria Drogosz, Byron Selber, Paul Jeser, Tess Wise. Dr. Martin Lazoritz. Lea Zatz. and Cheri Nowend. i r Israel to Florida ISRAELI CONSUL Yuval MeLser (r) presented a replica of the Dead Sea Scrolls to Secretary of State George Firestone (second from left) during a recent visit to the Florida Capitol. Joining Firestone in accepting the gift from Israel were AssL Secretary of State Ron Levitt (I), and Commissioner of Agri- culture Doyle Conner. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. June !3. i .080, PIOI3 i I ii Second Delegation of French Students To Arrive in Orange County July 27 A second group of French some of these students, free. students, including some including a "well-received French Jewish students, will response from the Jewish Marr and her husband come to the Orlando area for community," according to Bobby, assistant Athletic 26 days, July 27 through Janet Marr, local coordinator, director at Winter Park High Aug. 22., sponsored by the more are needed. School, who have traveled to French-American Summer The exchange program has Europe with students from Cultural Exchange Program. planned various activities for Orange County, feel this The first group, sponsored by the 30 French teenagers, age exchange program is a way for the Pacific American Institute 15-19, including a visit to the "leaders of tomorrow in of San Francisco, reported in Disney World, a Mayor's France to meet the leaders of last week's issue of Heritage reception, a tour of a tomorrow in the U.S." (June 6), will be in the area newspaper plant and atourof Anyone interested in July 6-27. Cape Kennedy. Teenagers of hosting a member of the Although some families the American host families are French delegation should have already offered to host invited to attend all activities contact Marr at 671-6191. i i iiii ii B'nai B'rith Youth to Meet Officers and presidents of the North Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Youth, and other councils in the state of Florida region, will meet at the Jewish Community Center in Orlando on Monday and Tuesday, June 16 and 17. More than 30 youth from around the state will gather for two days of meetings to plan the future of BBYO in Florida. This weekend, June 13-I 5, Orlando BBYO will hold its annual activity-packed senior weekend. Burcl00nes SCRUMMAGE! GANT RUGGIER SHIRTS BRING THE RUGBY FEVER TO BURDINES. It's a smashing selection. The basic Gant Rugger shirt is a play of stripes. Sometimes on the chest, sometimes on a sleeve, the stripe is a sporty fashion winner. The English Rugby shirt goes all out with stripes, snappy, bold and downright handsome. 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