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j No. 44 JUNE 20, 1980 6 TAMMUZ 5740 ORLANDO 2M Clue teoe paid  rn Park, FL with eddHioaal entry it Orlando, FL Send address hbptthnl th Fklfld| Ndrm: changutaPO hx 742, Fern Park, FL327 $1l WDi"P" ''tmb, SINGLE COPY 35 Education Programs Begin in Fall i High S a ca chool to Give College Credits ,or to area, Rita Bornstein ol jllced that Orlando's The high school program '1 High School this fall er some courses will be structured for two t to as much as one semesters with two "blocks" of students. The 8th through rof college. 10th grade studies would lead college credits would to confirmation, white l lth ..aLJUed by the Miami-Dade and 12th grades would result ..nity College under in high school graduation with erlsorship of the high the latter courses offering KP and the Central college credits. i0, for Jewish Education ;e{lrni said Bornstein, According to the com- 'rson for the local mittee report, the program ,,Jill Federation's Educa- would allow the serious lr,t?mittee" student to be confirmed and graduate, while obtaining 'c0pleting two days of enough college credits for up (.bgs last week, Born- to one semester of college at , lcommittee, cleric and the same time. ieional personnel from lchE:o's synagogues The 8-10 grade courses would include two credits s]ilg with educational each in bible, history and  from the Miami area, ["ft)rmulated an adult tltional program in ' ICtion with Valencia Unity College. Valencia, s1ing to Ray Love, ][r of the Open Campus treach Program of the enemies, will offer continuing il1ion units for course 'lllEU's are not college hbut may be used in ' ment in a specific "on. ,ca High School r ,"Rs will be held at Congr. beral Judaism on i and Thursday y gs. Adult classes would i 1 Monday evenings tl on t, Valencia creditcourses, iust still be approved '! ege officials, would be tesin cfaird si.xeeik " ."'Included would be ] and conversational , contemporary Israel, parenting, discussion es Michener's "The religion, one credit each in philosophy law and ethics, values and Israel, and three credits would be elective. AIJ classes would be held on Thursday evenings. The Tuesday classes will primarily be the college credit courses for Grades I ] and 12, although conversational Hebrew for college credit and bible, history, etc., using a Hebrew base will be available to those in the lower grades. Some 120 students are projected for enrollment in the lower high school grades, with individual classes at |0 to 20 students. Tuition has been set at $50 for the two semesters. Hiring of the teaching staffis now underway, according to Bornstein, with, qualifications that include a proven ability to relate to teenagers, openness of mind, experience in the field of teaching or other formal educational experience and willingness to be a model for Jewish teenagers." MARVIN FRIEDMAN, the JCC's Executive Director, seems to be enjoying this "skin test'from Sue Weiman, 'P," the life cvcle of the Two teachino seminars who serenaded him during an evening of hilarity and fun Saturday. Ffflmanwz "roasted over the coals" Crafts for the Jewish one in Miami and one in by riends, turned enemy, asmoethanahundredpeopleturnedoutfortheJCCsannualCelebntyRoasL  modern medicine and Orando. will preparethe staff Highlight. o[ the affair, .ho.ver, turned out to be Freedman's ownraucous "expose" of the Jewish Wish Law, the five for high school opening on communz, none of whzch Is prinble. , HERITAGE InOtO by  IOt. h itory of anti- October 9. encan Jewish Editors Newspaper rter, Reagan Agree on Peace Accords, Differ on Settlements ident Caner and GOP accords n wthdrawng their time postion of the United "In 'my opinion," he said, effort to dilute or distort .... Withdrawal of Israel from lrltial hopeful Ronald government, military govern- States. It's one that has been establishment of additional Resolut on 242 which territories occupied in the both indicated firm ment, and establishing a discussed clearly with Prime Israeli settlements are not underpins the Camp David , recent conflict" (Six-DayWar). for the Camp David security outE.s.t. This isa long- Minister Begin." necessary." He added, accords. The Camp David accords call I to American Jewish .... ...,: , however "We have not asked Reagan said, "1 do not see for autonomy on the West r editors Friday but  for settlements to be how they (the settlements) Bank and Gaza Strip for a on the issue of West  dismantled. I would not be could be considered illegal, lfl period of f'Ne years affer which Rsttlements  wi ing to endorse c vilian have correct understanding of the future status of those a half-hour news lilTJl  settlements but I do endorse 242, it was that the West Bank territories would be deter- r, ce, Pres. Carter told ",IW'. " the concept of Jews having would be open to anyone who mined through negotiations. lil!d..itors "We have long .....................  the right to live where they wanted to live there for a ined" that Israeli '  cnoose and reave wnen they perto or years, then aner ,,,,-,,-.. ,,'." "- -: lents in the occupied ...... il  [:P" choose." " those years were up, lsraeland port on me tarter ainu , eagan conferences, pus es are "contrary to  '* Reagan, who addressed the Jordan could work out an ...... e ewl h omer coverage o ul []t%s" toward peace ,  J "s editors in a telephone arrangement with regard to ,,------ L'.'-h Press ,"se "it indicated to the j  hook-up from California, the West Bank." Aiati"on e"etings with ..hian Arabs to the  7" ..... declared that "the issue of the UN Resolution 242 makes national and international :Prs and to others that .' f/ West Bank must besettled by no specific reference to the figures last week in Vill not carry out the HERITAGEEDITORGeneStarnonwaytonewsconference direct negotiations" and West Bank or to who may or Washington will appear in IZles of the Camp David with President Carter. HERrr*oE photo by F,,k W.doh stated his opposition to "any may not live there. It calls for upcoming issues. ::::: .....,, . ...... .:+, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: P , , , , , , ii .... L."h.i#i#t. \\; SINGLES \\; 01 II I11L r 0 BBQ & . . ##!i!iii:h;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::: .................. ": ............ i ............... i"i,,ii:i: .... ....... i..; z, .-....,. th} and Swim \\;:' .,./ P/e.e/indu Beech ,'e., S.,,r../teeeh r___-/. !iiiiiiiiii!iiiii i