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No. 4.8 2rid C'lals putaV plld'al Fern rark.'FL JULY 18. 1980 5 AV 5740 ORLANDO ..,,,,,,,,,,id,,w,,, ..i,Fa..h...: lmnlleltoP.Q. Dlel 742, Fwn Park, R.. 73i0 $II Wsakim'imr. pro-nltmlHlmldW SINGLE COPY 35 Hassidic Wedding in Orlando Shortened' version of a Hassldic Wedding took place in Orlando last week at the Jewish Center. JCC Campers and Camp Staff dressed for the occasion to perform a mock wedding. Above, Bridegroom Michael Jeser takes the hand of Bride Kara Sniad to walk the aisle. HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coenson-Roth British Foreign SecI'S Strongest Attack Carrington Accuses Israel of Bad Policy by Maurice Samuelson attacks on Israel and follows the LONDON, (JTA) -- Lord Carting- ton, the British Foreign Secretary, last week accused Israel of conducting a "damaging policy" over the West Bank and of making peace much more difficult to achieve. In his sharpest attack yet on Israeli policy, Carrington rejected the strong Israeli criticism of the recent European Economic Community (EEC) initiative which had called for the Palestine Liberation Organization to be associated with peace negotiations. Denying that this constituted official recognition of the PLO, Carrington told members of the House of Lords that he remained convinced that the proposals by the nine EEC countries at the Venice summit last month were "'balanced and constructive" and a basis for a settlement. Switching to the offensive, he said: "It cannot be repeated too often that the continuing expansion of settlements in the occupied territories makes the achievement of peace much more difficult. Our fundamental commitment to Israel does not and cannot extend to her actions as an occupying power. I continue to hope that wisdom will prevail over this damaging policy." Recycling Israel's Interest This is one of the strongest British allegation by Shlomo Argov, Israel's Ambassador, that European countries were trying to "recycle" Israel's vital interest in exchange for '...Commitment to Israel does not and cannot extend to her actions as an occupy- ing power ...' l the continued goodwill of the oil- producing countries. Argov's statement was itself a reply to a lecture by Foreign Office Minister of State Douglas Hurd to a mainly Jewish audience. Carrington's speech reflects the widening gap between the government and the Anglo-Jewish community over Britain's Middle East policy. Although less than half of one percent of the British population, and lacking the electoral clout of Jewries in the U.S. and France, the Anglo- Jewish community wields considerable influence. Carfington's speech, therefore, probably heralds further early attempts by the British government to undermine Jewish support -- both here and elsewhere -- for Israel's foreign policy. Destruction of Temples Noted On Tisha B'Av July 22 T/sha B'Av, the ninth day of the Hebrew month Av, is the traditional day of mourning for the des'uction of the Temples in Jerusalem. The first Temple, built by King Solomon, was destroyed by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar in 586 B.C.E The second Temple was of destruction for both Temples as the ninth of Av. It also records a series of other calamities occuring on this day throughout Jewish history, making the ninth of Ava symbol for all the persecutions and misfortunes of the Jewish people. destroyed by the Romans in 70 The ninth of Av falls on July C.E. The Talmud gives the date 2Z B'rith Youth Contribute JCC Camp Scholarship Fund of a "good relationship" between B'nai B'rith Youth -- AZA and BBG the Jewish Community evident last week presented the JCC $125 for the JCC rnp scholarship fund, to BBYO 'North Council Director Gary was the first members "hope project each eventually set up their own scholarship fund, Kenzer said. AZA and BBG are "becoming more community conscious and consider the scholarship fund an important priority." He also said that BBYO is beginning to "enjoy a good working relationship" with the Jewish Community Center and Orlando's Jewish Federation. 'T feel we compliment each other and the BBYO kids now feel as though they have found their role in serving the community." II00ITM, E 00e&l SHAKING ON IT... After presentation of check, JCC President RichardAppeibaum (1), shakes hands with (! to r) AZA President Arnie Tannenbaum, AZA Chapter Advisor Barry Rogers, and BBYO North Florida Council Director Gary Kenzer. HERrr*E photo by Barbara Coeron-Roth JCC Summer Youth Nights Every Tues. & Thurs. I II