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4--UJ]F--June 9, 1995 Hold these dates for Beth Sholom Home By Diana Weinstein Beth Sholom Home of East- ern Virginia, located in the Col- lege Park section of Virginia Beach, has one of th'e most packed Activities Calendars around! The community is asked to check the dates below and join Beth Sholom as a guest at one of the scheduled activi- ties or call to volunteer your help for an hour or two: * Sunday, June 11 -- 1:30 p.m. the Virginia Ballet The- atre, directed by Pat Sorrell- Refreshments Thursday, June 15 -- "Learn with the Rabbi" conduct- ed by Rabbi Aaron and Mrs. Hannah Baer 1:45 p.m. in the sanctuary. Saturday- June 17- 9:30 a.m. Sabbath services con- BSH voluntter Marvin Gordon, organizer of the Men Club, greets resident Elliott Hoffer, who is presi- dent of the Men's Club. ducted t)y Lenny Goodman. Ser- vices at 4:30 p.m. are conducted by Dean Casper. These services are held each Saturday and everyon e is welcome. U.S. Embassy CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 proper and acceptable response when the issue was hijacked by Dole," said one congressional aide who opposes the bill. Israeli officials, though privately concerned about the timing of the initiative, echoed Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's statement that the issue is an American political dispute and that Jerusalem is the eternal, undivided capital of Israel. Israelis officials said they plan to take no action on the Dole bill as it makes its way through Congress. The Clinton administration has vehemently opposed the move and early on lobbied to keep Democrats from co-sponsoring the initiative. Christopher said moving the embassy would do "serious dam- age" at "a very delicate time" in the peace process. White House spokesman Michael McCurry predicted that mov- ing the embassy would "sewrely disrupt the peace process." "It's a bad idea. It's a bad idea t)ecause it is taking what is one of the most sensitive issues in the peace process and pronouncing a U.S. view summarily as the parties themselves are grappling with that issue under tim terms of the l)eclaration of I)rincil)les, '' McCurry tohl reporters. tIowever, supporters argue that Israel has the right to declare its (,wn capital. Further, they say, the emt)assy would t)e I)uilt in western ,hwusalem, which is undisputed Israeli land. The Pales- tinians claim (,astern ,Jerusalem as the capital of an eventual state. Kvell Jewish Family Service Support Groups BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP dcsigned to help people cope with their loss Fourth Friday of each month 10:30 a.m. - ! 2:00 noon (:all 489-3111 SUPPORT GROUI FOR INDIVIDUALS who have family members with a mental illness First and Third Fridays of each month 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon Contact: Ellen Waranch Ashburn, LCSW, 489-3111 SIMCHA A Socialization and Recreation Group for Jewish Adults with a mental illness Call Ellen Waranch Ashburn, I.CSW, 489-3111 for activity schedule TIME OUT FOR CAREGIVERS A support grtmp for family members who provide care lor loved orms with a long term illness Third Thursday of each month I 1:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon followed by lunch at a local restaurant Contact: Diana Ruchelman, Director of Older Adult Services, 489-3111 Sunday, June 18 -- Father's Day -- 2:00 p.m. Sun- day program -- the Chesapeake Bay Cloggers directed by David Kinsey -- Refreshments. Thursday, June 22nd -- 5:30 p.m. Meal-of-the-Month in the Home's Activity Room -- Theme: "Shades of Summer." Saturday, June 24 -- 2:00 p.m. -- Ohef Sholom Caring Committee visits -- Refresh- ments. Tuesday, June 27 -- Out- ing to First Landing Park the van leaves at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 29 -- Men's Club Outing to see the NoHblk Tides play baseball -- Meet the residents, volunteers and administrator, Chuck Wei- den, too! The communi'ty's participa- tion with the Home is encour- aged ... Just call me at 420- 2512 for further information or to volunteer! o  o E %, "e ,' Tamar Anitai will "celebrate her Bat Mitzvah on ,June 24 in Warsaw, N.Y. at the Mechina Program (Training wee.k for Regional NFTY officers), where she will be also installed at the National Programming Vice l'resident f'or NFTY. the North American Federation of Temple Youth. 'ramar is the daughter of tlml and Ellen Anitai of Tide- water. SALZBERG INSURANCE AGENCY Leon Salzberg, CPCU Ralph Soussan, CPGU General Insurance 249 E. Little Greek Road PHONE 583-1828 Mrs. Fannie Friedman "begins" con- struclion on "The Fannie and Mil- ton Friedman Family Park." Groundbreaking CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE also given the opportunity to move the project along. Looking forward to fun in the new pool: Erin Leon and Emily Bern- stein. ' " Lonny Sarfan, JCCT's Fundraising Chair, said that Chuck Rosenblatt, Chair of the Center is still seeking con- the Construction Committee, indicated that the work has got- ten off to a good start and should be complete in late July if the area does not experience extensive weather related delays. tributions to help with the costs of pool furniture and other items related to the park and urged interested individuals to contact Marty Trachtenberg at 489-1371. ....  .:... :.:: i  ............... i: :.i' : 2: :; : : : ' . 7 Fannie nnd Milton Friedman Family Parle Fundraising Commillee: left to right -- Lori Glasser (represelting her husband, Michael), Lonnie Sarfetn, JCCT 1 resident-ele{'t ond Miles Leon. Also in photo is Ctu,1:yl Sloane. 000000 KLINE CHEVROI.ET/GEO Kline Chevrolet/Oeo Military Hwy, 3 miles south of Military Circle Mall, next to Kline Toyota. 1804l 424-1811 VA OLR KUNE TOYOTA Kline Toyota Military Hwy, 3 miles south of Military Circle Mall, next to Kline Chevrolet/Geo. (804l 366-5000 VADLR All At One Great Place! 7th Century First Temple discovery A collection of about 70 day religious-ritual vessels from the period of the First Temple was recently found in diggings by the Antiquities Authority at the Ein Hatzeva Site in the Arava Rift, now open to the public. About 50 of the artifacts represent miniature altars. The collec- tion was found in a well out- side Israeli-built fortress walls. Experts think the items were made in the Sev- enth "Century before the Common Era, but may date to a later period, after the destruction of the First Tem- ple. =,,'