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August 8, 1980

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Offers 00Class College Test Jewish Community Will offer a College ) Course beginning 25 to help students November exams. is designed to improve their board scores by skills in the verbal antonyms, anologies, ary, and reading as well as areas of problem graph reading and skills. Relaxation included to reduce text anxieties. Instructors will be Jayne Drucker, M.Ed., and Claire Chepenik, M.Ed. Classes will be held Mondays beginning August 25, 7-10 p.m. No class Labor Day, September I. The eight, 3-hour sessions will be held at the JCC. Fee is $115 for Center members, $125 for non- members. Fee includes all materials. A deposit of $10 reserves a place. Call 645-5933 for further details. Newcomers Invited 'Shalom Orlando' arners and prospec- of the Orlando invited to attend the Orlando brunch to be Community on Sun., Aug. 17. Sts will have an to meet and talk from the Jewish and JCC, and of all local organizations and Agreement In Tourism GREECE and Israel have just signed an agreement for cooperation in thefield of tourism, which aims to encourage tourism between the two coun. tries. Shown at right, Prof. George Daskalakis (1), President of the National Tourist Organization of Greece, receives a commemorative plaque from Yoram Ziv, Director- General of the Israel Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism. Looking on is the Greek Diplomatic Representa. tire in Israel, Emmanuel Spgridakis. Sponsored by the Jewish Ohev Education Center Federation to help new- comers learn of the programs, mentsrganizatinSin theand Orlandoentertain To Begin Registration community, as well as meet socially with new neighbors, the brunch will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the JCC located at 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland. For further information, call 645-5933. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, August 8, 1980. Page 3 I el I I Entertainment at Kinneret tile entertainer, of the 1920s, '30s and '40s. will at He has appeared on the on Sun., Tonight Show and other :30 p.m. television programs. the ,St. Louis The senior adult commun- have dazzled an ity is invited to Zable's show, audience by a sponsored by the Jewish ," Zable Community Center, free of ish melodies charge. Velopc. addm.,;.,ed "'To the Ccntlal, Orqani/a- the (Initcd .Stat(,, o/ 4m(/-ic-a. N('ll Yolk. (/,%A." the Jcu,i,sh ThcologRal S('mif]atT. j ol Amcri('a. It a /oHn(1 Holfian ('a/hollo ci4,il 'cruant in the nvar O ffognc, who ,aqs hc it intc!m,t'd in "our Ratn|cr ,h'tvish citizens." The sinafloluc. was the only one in the Rhineland not in the infamous Kristallnacht. The local historical f tvtTich lh(' vril('t i,',; a mcn]bcr, ha,, prevailed upon qunit,q to rvt)uild the sljnaqoguc, and make it a Thr(,(, tne/tlbcr hal,c been located it] 'H i,s Iookinfl forthc families named Cahn. cobsohn. th'idt. Mo,,c,,. Ehrlich, Ro,,cnthal or Hcr/, now belicvcd to live in the (I.,S. Mosc.s i.s ,said to the Tolah .ScrolLs and broug(]t them to the Congr. Ohev Shalom Wednesday, 4:15-6 p.m.; Educational Center will begin Sunday school, 10a.m.-noon; registration for its religious Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Tues.. school program in mid- 4:15 and 5:15 p.m.; Judaica August. High School, Monday and Appointments may be set Thursday, 7-9 p.m.; and adult up for Sun., Aug. 17,and Sun., education, Monday, 7-9:30 Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. - noon, p.m. with Moshe Elbaz, director of For further information, call the educational center, the synagogue at 298-4650. Class schedules include: Hebrew School, Monday and 00Fla. Rep. Appointed " For Cantor Placement The Joint Placement Commission of the (Jnited Synagogue of America and the Cantors Assembly announced the appointment of Cantor Saul Meisels to act as liaison representative in the Florida area. He will assist retired cantors who seek placement, either in High Holy Day or part.time pulpits. All congregations and cantors interested in this service are invited to contact Cantor Meisels at 945-5 ] 78. Cantor Meisels is a past president of the Cantors Assembly, the national organization of cantors serving in the Conservative synagogues of the United States and Canada. He is a new resident living in North Miami. Burdlnes BUY IT NOW, PUT IT ON OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB ACCOUNT, WE WON'T BILL YOU UNTIL JANUARY 1981, Reupholstery sale! Save 20% on designer fabrics from Milliken, Wear- Dated , Choose from two collections; Monsanto's Wear-Dated nylons, and Monsanto's Wear-Dated acrylics. Luxurious and durable velvets, tweeds and jacquards. Velvet prints, solids, patterned and printed. 1OO% Scotchgard protected. Burdines quality workmanship with assured satisfaction and Monsanto's limited two year fabric warranty are double reasons to phone todcry. 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