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Jeans Weekend HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. August I. !980. Page ,es Invited Atlanta JCC Jewish Cornmunity and more. tSinglesinviteallJewish Last year 100 participants adults of all ages over from the south attended the their annual Blue Jeans convention. This year 200 are II, August 15-17. convention will expected. at Camp Barney For further information, in the north Georgia contact Sandy Caplan at 1412-D Druid Valley Dr., $50 for members of Atlanta. Ga.. 30329, or call or $60 for non- 404-325-1830: or Patsy includes lodging, Goldberg. AJCC singles "home cooked" coordinator, at 1745 two snacks, dancing, Peachtree Rd., N.E., Atlanta, water skiing, Ga.. 30309. or call 404-8?5- boating, volleyball 7881. School Students Enrolled, Openings Left than 70 students have interviewing and hiring in the Jewish qualified early childhood Jnity Center's Nursery educators for the afternoon which will open its enrichment program which lurs., Aug. 28, with an will be held Monday through and Tues., Sept. Friday, noon-2 p.m. for three of classes, and four-year-old students. registration is Afternoon enrichment classes are filling program themes include "little Two openings are inventors" science and in the four-year-old cooking, music and puppetry, opening in the two- Noah's Ark -- Judaica. two-day a activities, creative crafts and two in the toddler physical education, and math, in the three-day, magic and creative dramatics. class: and six in An open house for parents three-year-old and students will be held at the school on August 28 from I 0 School is currently a,rn.-noon. a AZA Chapter Get New Advisors Florida Council SPA, ASDA and APS. He is of the B'nai B'rith following in his father's Organization, Gary footsteps, Barry Savedow, nnounced the recent who has been an advisor for of Randy Daytona AZA for nine years. and Jack Golde as Golde. also of Port Orange, to the Daytona is an alumnus of the BBYO chapter, program in Daytona and has of Port Orange, experience working with Past member of the various groups. a AZA. He has Savedow and Golde will be with youth working with BBYO advisors Celeste Doliner and Tudy ember of the FSDA, Leibowitz. Families Needed French Students of 23 Jewish }nJewish French arrrived in Orlando 3art of a French program. dents will stay with during their visit, lUSt 23. All but e for the lies )rovide room lave their ling money and are insurance. The American teenagers of the host families are able to attend all excursions, outings and tours free as a guest of the French students. Some activities planned include a trip to Disney World, a day at Cape Kennedy and the beach, hayride, rollerskating party, movie party and more. Any family who would like to host one or more of the three boys who need a home during their stay here should contact Janet Marr at 671-6191. 'n Sink' Set for 2 at JCC Players of all levels to the Jewish Center's Hit 'n evening of round dinner, drinks. and moonlight on Sat.. Aug. 2, 7 (::enter. 5 p(, (:ouple and a tennis balls. Mira [:LiriTlan at , (l Anita Wab, k\\;. at Shmeichel The kindergarten teacher asked one of her pupils. "Do VOtJ sa your pravels every niqhl when you (1, to bed?" The little boy h)oked up nnd (ommenh-d. 'I don't havl. |O. vV l'lOl]]l'l]V saV' lhem [or me. I'YOLIF nlotht,r '-,aV , llle(1i for you? quesli(,n('d lhe tudcher "Whal (ln' ,h,'-,w whl you qo Io ,h".'l  ltl" littlu one ,,iqh,',l :',hv "aVS "thank ti)d h'-, II bed" " Local President Attends Congress Of World ORT SUSAN BIERMAN, presi. dent of the Orlando Area Council of Women's American OR?', attended the Centenary Congress of the World ORT Union held in Jerusalem last month, marking the l OOth year since the beginning of the ORT movement. Shown at right, Bierman poses with former director.general of the World ORT Union, Max Braude (l), and World ORT Union president, Chaim Herzog. Orlando B'nai B'rith Youth Members To Attend International Convention Orlando B'nai B'rith Youth Organization members Penni Hanin, Arnie Tannenbaum and Ilene Kaplan will attend this year's BBYO International Convention scheduled August 14-20 at Camp B'nai B'rith Perlman in Starlight, Pa. More than 400 BBYO'ers from around the world are expected to attend this convention. The theme will be "Erev Macher -- Let us go forth into the World." Also in attendance at the convention will be Gary Kenzer. North Florida Council Di rector. For further information about the convention and other BBYO programs, contact Kenzer at P.O. Box 1508, Maitland, FI. 32751, or call 6455933 Burcl,nes FOLKLORIC DRESSING MADE EASY Juniors. Show off your summer honey tan in these India imports from Adini. You look like an Indian empress at all your back-to-school functions, in brilliant ethnic designs in cotton voflle. All in a variety of colors and patterns. Sizes P, S, M, L, Float dress with quilted yoke inset is highlighted with painted antique golden touches. 50.00. (Dept. 377). Short sleeve shirred-waist dress with ribbon-tiered skirt. 52.00. (Dept. 377). Harem pants with camisole top for an unforgettable Indian look set, 46.00. (Dept. 377). SHOP DAILY IO,OO A.M. TO 9:OO P.M., SUNDAY 12,30 TO 5,30 P.M. ORLANDO FASHION SQUARE AND ALTAMONTE MALL, C,_L TOLL FREE MELBOURNE, INDIAN HARBOUR AND EAU GALLIE, 259-13OO; COCOA BEACH AND MERRITr ISLAND, 632-5880; TITUSVILLE AND DAYTONA, OPERATOR WX-5151.