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NEW TENNIS CLASSES t =========================================== New Resident Ready to Sew Anna Kozlov arrived just two months ago. She and her husband, Igor, their two sons, her mother, father and brother all immigrated from Kiev, U.S.S.R. and came to Norfolk to start a new life. Her mother and father, Arkady and Nakhima Fishel, attend the Golden Age Club at the Jewish Community Center. Her oldest child is in school and soon both boys will attend the Jewish Community Center summer camp. Anna and her husband, who is a skilled electrician, study English three nights a week. The first thing that Anna Kozlov asked about was the possibility of getting a Begins week of June 30 Monday Children's Advanced Beginner Tennis 4:15-5:15 p.m. 6 weeks @ $14-Limit 10 Adult's Advanced Beginner Tennis 5:30-6:30 p.m. 6 weeks @ $14-Limit 10 Adult's Intermediate Tennis 6:30-7:30 p.m. 6 weeks @ $25-Limit 4 Wednesday Children's Beginner Tennis 5:00-6:00 p.m. 6 weeks @ $14-Limit 10 Mixed Doubles Round Robin 6:00-8:00 p.m. 6 weeks @ $15 per couple (Limited to Intermediate and Up) Letter Continued from page 2) We do, however, need and must have the community's assistance. We are currently accepting applications for families inter- ested in helping in the foster care area. We hope that your readers, and the community as a whole, will be responsive to this great need_. Sincerely, Neff P. Newstein, L.C.S.W. Executive Director Jewish Family Service Forman (Continued from page 3) In addition to his 10-year service to Ohef Sholom Temple, Rabbi Forman currently serves on the CCAR Worship Commission, the Committee on Reform Jewish Practice, the steering committee of the Bio-Medical Ethics Group of EVMS, the Executive Committee of the Norfolk Clergy Associa- tion, the National Rabbinical Advisory Committee of the Jewish National Fund and is chairman of the Gifted and Talented Advisory Council of Norfolk Public Schools. Classifieds BOYS AND GIRLS--Do you want to make some money? Bring in the toys you've out- grown-good condition only, please- and let Annie sell them for you. Annie's Attic-486- 8863. The Jewish Federation Afternoon School of Newport News is interviewing candidates for " " "  0 teaching pomtmns for the academic year 8 - 81. Sessions are held on Tuesday and Thurs- day Afternoons from 3:30 to 5:15. A know- ledge of the Hebrew language and of Judaism is required. Experience preferred. Please send resumes to Box # 9776. -Norfolk, Va. 23505. The United Hebrew School is presently in- terviewing teachers for full and part-time positions during the 1980-81 academic year. Candidates must have teaching experience and a working knowledge of the Hebrew language. Please send resumes to: United Hebrew School, C/O J.C.C., 7300 Newport Avenue, Norfolk, Va. Crack Gymnastics & Dancewear Toddlers-Juniors Teen & Jr. Clothing Name Brands at Discount Prices 340-3644 M-S 10-5 Fri Til 6:30 Children's Village Next to Kings-London Bridge VA Beach Anna Kozlov Education (Continued from page 2) TV proramsl ' which he asserted would be features 'oth in larger communities and to an even greater extent, in smaller com- munities." Summing up, Pollak said that "the eu- phoric feeling for boundless expansion and unlimited horizon" of the 60s was "absent from this vision." He predicted a "stabili- zation" for Jewish education, "a balancing of good and bad features" with which Jewish educators would hopefully cope "resolutely and with proper planning." Chapter Wins Awards Shira Chapter--B'nai B'rith Women-- received the top fund raising award at the BBW Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference held at the Bethesda Marriott Hotel, May -17-19. Having raised over $10,000 during the past year, Shira received ten awards at the conference. Among these were: second place--Overall Chapter Pro- [Faming; second place--Highest percent- age of oversubscription. Awards were also received by treasurer Joyce Legum, fin- ancial secretary Elissa Hirschler and recording secretary Mildred Shapiro. Shira members attending the conference were Marcia Goldsticker, Pansy Perlman, Joyce Salzberg and Peggy Zedd. BBW , (Continued from page 6) for itsprogram PEACE,Parent Education and Child Enrichment, a community service in conjunction with Family Service and Travelers Aid. Also awarded first place for fundraising was the Tidewater Council's Thrift Shop. A special citation for pro- gramming was presented for its Children's Home in Israel "Gift of Love Affair" and five other awards were received. Dorothy Bennett, editor of the B.B.W. Tidewater Council bulletin, "Hand In Hand," was selected as the second place' winner in the national competition for Best Council Bulletin. 00-xmmr Co.I00 lira E pdmm= hmltl Ill.lilt sewing machine. Sewing is her life's work and she is knowledgeable about men's and women's tailoring. She can make alter- ations and clothing from scratch. As luck would have it, an old Singer, in good condition, was donated to the Jewish Family Service Russian Resettlement Program. Now Anna is happy. She has her machine and now is making summer clothing. Those who are interested in quality sewing and alterations, may call Anna at 423-6705. She lives in the Sussex Apart- ments at 7800 A Doris Drive, Norfolk Aerobic Rope Jumping to Begin Are you young at heart? Then keep that figure young as well. The Jewish Com- munity Center is offering a 6 week course in Aerobic Rope Jumping from July 15-August 21. The class will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30-6:30 for $10. The instructor is Bunny Wadsworth, Women's Health Club Attendant and Exercise Instructor. The class is designed to increase cardiovascular effiency, plus provide participants with all-around work- out. This is an introductory offer at an introductory price. Those interested in additional inform- ation may contact Bunny at 489-1371. Participants must provide their own jump ropes. WaUenberg (Continued from page 2) 1945, Wallenberg made contact with their commander and soon thereafter was arrested with his assistant. His family was told that they, Wallenberg and his assistant, were under Russian protection and that they were safe in Russia. He has never returned. The Soviets claim that he died in a Soviet prison in 1947. However, relorts have continued to surface throughout the years citing contact with a Swedish prisoner described as Wallenberg. The Swedish government has repeatedly requested cooperation and assistance from the Soviets in the matter of Raoul Wlillenberg and it was only recently that the Wallenberg case gained interest outside of Sweden. In Israel, for example, at a ceremony at the Yad Vashem over a year ago, a tree was planted in recognition of WaUenberg in the "Grove of Righteous Gentiles." In addition, plans are underway to plant a forest nearby with each tree to represent each of the Hungarian Jews Wallenberg saved. The United States has. also made considerable efforts on Wallenberg's behalf by making inquiries to the Soviet Union through the State Department. Unfortunately, heroic acts such as those of Wallenberg's, were rare during the massacre of European Jewry. Hopefully, at this time, more individuals, groups and governments will begin to ac on the Wallenbarg case. Hopefully, it is not too late. For more information on Raoul Wallenberg, contact your regional office of the Anti- Defamation League at 3311 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va. 23230. DR. LAWRENCE G. STEIN Podiatrist-Foot Specialist Announces The Opening Of An Addith0nol Office Foe THE PRACTICE OF POOIATRY AT MIDTOWN BUILOING--WARD CORNER MIDTOWN BUILDING, Su/te 2 ! 7 228 N. LYNNHAVEN ROAD Wards Corner, Norfolk Virginia Beach 625-3899 340-5877 I I I II II II .. Illll   II I I I I II III I PEO00It00 dt.== -- TAll I II I TIDEWATER'S 10LDS DEALER INVITES YOU COME BY FOR A TEST DRIVE IN A BEAUTIFUL NEW 1980 OLDSMOBILE t2 TIDEWATER STOnS TO SERVE 1'00 I I I J I' IV.I JA/E ; Buddy Hoffman Service & Parts (rr Dept. Open V. C. Baker Monday lhru Friday " me seu00 BBJI | i Phone 424-5670 Hours: 8:30 a.m. tli9 p.m. Mon. - Fri. -:Sat. 8:30 to 6 p.m. | I  S I I _ Illllll  L