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nity Invited CRC Meeting re Jewish commun- Barbara Moss cha rman of invited to attend the Oppressed Diaspora SJewish Federation's Jewry Comm ttee will report ity Relations on a program developed to meeting on educate the Jewish commun- ), at 7:30 p.m. ity about Jews in other ,,,, =.,. ., ..... countries. Plans for the rsic"have program include Shabbat services and dinners at each of meeting to .... rne area synagogues using me community on an informal the meeting, Stan on plans for :Oming political scheduled 19 and 20 characteristics of a particular country to show the community how Jews around the world celebrate Shabbat. The meeting will be held in Room I of the Program Building at the Jewish Community Center. BBYO Selects Executive Board 980-81 executive Lesa Rudich, treas.; and Lori Sabin, parl. was New goals set for BBYO this year include: improving the include Arnie community image of Orlando Armond BBYO, raising International v.p.; Kurt Rogers, Service Fund donations, , sec'y; raising six million pennies to treasl; and Lee represent the Jews who died Jn the Holocaust, improving the board includes: MIT-AIT training program nin, pres.; Beth (new members), beginning a v.p.; Mary laaber, "Bounce for Beats" program Waxman 3rd for the Heart Association, Snyder, rec. sec y; raising membership, and y; carrying out one goal at a time. Asks Businesses Aid With JobMart 's Jewish Family -- from unskilled to with professional backgrounds. is currently The program will encompass a "job outreach all areas of employment. JFS Order to meet the is asking that business people the increasing and potential employers requests for jobs register their companies with IFS office receives JFS to assist them in this project. 'ho contact JFS in Jobs have a wide- Call the JFS office at .= and skills 644-7593. to Offer Children's ack Riding Clinic Community offer a horseback Mon., Aug. 18 - to JCC children up. instructional held at The Center, led by Istructor, Karen Dn. Daily program will include basic instruction, horse control, trot, trail rides and round-trip transportation from the center to the stable and back. Fee is $35. Enrollment must be a minimum of ] 0 children, maximum of 16. For further information. contact the JCC at 64.5-5933. Israel Plans Coffee Israel will hold a presentation about the cs coffee" for synagogue's programs, members and facilities and membership on Sun., Aug. 24, responsibilities will be given. synagogue. All members of the community, old and new, are Z. Rozwaski invited. For further informa- ]ational leaders tion, call the synagogue at there to m.eet 647-3055, or Jo Ann Farb at and a short 830-9037. An inexpensive way say "HAPPY NEW YEAR." greeting in the Heritage! announces the opening of his office for the practice of Pedodontics Kquare Springs By Appointment Phone 862-4934 I I" Shortage Of Housing i ii ABOUT30 young couples demonstrated against shortage of housing by entering a few empty houses in Hadar Joseph In Tel Aviv against police and oclai orders. After 24 hours they were forced to leave by the Tel Aviv police. At left, young couples are shown with banners in the empty house near Tel Avlv. HERITAGE. F!orida Jewish News: August 15. 1980. page 3 I Israel Sn Liberal Begins Registration for Religious School Congr. of Liberal dudaism's religious school will offer review sessions on Thuurs., Aug. 21 from 10-11 am.; Tues.,'Aug. 26, from 4-5 p.m.; and Thurs., Aug. 28, from 4-5 p.m. All students in grades fourth-seventh are encour- aged to attend. Registration and Hebrew placement will take place on Sundays, Aug. 31, and Sept. 7, from 9 a.m.-noon. All students entering 4th-7th grades must be tested and registered at these times. A newly revised curriculum, including classes for special education will be featured fllis year. Beginning September 14, students will attend class for two hours on Sundays and one hour on Tuesday evenings. For further informalion, contact Rabbi Andy Hillman at 64.5-0444. SEE THE GAME LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE WITH TASCO BINOCULARS, SAVE 60.00 Suve 60.00 You'll catch every play with this sip focus binocular. It's football season! And Tasco's lightweight, 19 ounce binocular will put you in focus instantly through a wide angle 525' field of view. The 7 power 35ram lenses provide a clear look at all the exciting action. You also get comfortable fold-down rubber eyecups and a carrying case. Model 318Z. (Dept. 291). Reg, 129.99, sale 69.99 Sure 60.00 Who has the bail? 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