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Paoe 6, HERtTAGE, Florida Jewish News, January 4, 1960 Jewish Softball League Prepares To Open Season with New Teams The final organizational Slatnick, 831-3377, or Vic Am, last year's winners, have meeting of this year's Jewish Joseph, 671-9241 as yet not indicated whether Softball League is scheduled B'nai B'rith Men, Joe they will defend theirtitie. This for January 16 at the Jewish Greenspun, 862-8629 is B'nai B'rith's initial start. Community Center League JCC, Ter'y Hyman, Action takes place every action gets underway the 647-7469 Sunday at the JCC diamond following week. The meeting Liberal Judaism, Don on Maitland Avenue. In past is set for 7:30 p.m., according Sabin, 645-2615 years, the competition has to League Commissioner Temple Israel, Stuart Farb, been keen, with rooting George Goodman. 869-0767 sections almost as vocal as the Six teams are already A.Z.A., Arthur Cohen, players. entered with a seventh trying 422-4287 Ohev has announced two to muster a team. Those Any organization interested exhibition gamesaswarm-ups wishing to participate should in forming a team for entry for the league competition, contact the following team into the league should contact meeting the JCC squad this managers: Goodman at 339-5617. Sun., Jan. 6, at 10 a.m. at school field at Scarlett Avenue Young S:ngle_% Richard All except the Young and Hwy. 436 The following Schwartz, 645-0227 Singles have announced they Sunday they will meet the Ohev Shalom, Steve will field a team. Congr. Beth Highland Hills Homeowners. Q])Sih, aries,, ', ..... MRS. MARION R. EXlNER, 85, of Orlando died Tues., Dec. 18. Bum in Russia, Mrs. Exiner moved to the area from California in 1965. She was a home- maker and member of Congr. of Liberal Judaism, life member of Sisterhood, life member of Hadassah, past member of Winter Park Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, member of Holi- day Division Hospital Auxiliary, Loch Haven Art Center, John Young Museum and Friends of the Library. She is survived by niece, Mrs. Betty W. Hecht of Orlando; brother Julius Rubin of Denver, Colo.; and sisters, Mrs. Mae Winkelman of Orlando, Mrs. Frieda Rosenbloom of Orlando and Mrs. Hattie Gutmann of Grand Rapids, Mich. tradition.., understanding Serving the Jewish Community for three generations Fairchild Funeral Home Family owned and operated Brewster f. Brey LF.D. Bud Hoequist LF.D. Rum H0equist LF. D. 301 N.lunhn,' Odando, FI 898-8111 MR. RALPH ABREVAYA, 55, of Casselberry died Tues., Dec. 25. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he moved to Casselberry from Cranston, R.I., in 1979. He was a bus driver, a member of Disabled American Veterans and served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. He is survived by wife, Dorothy; son, Saul of San Antonio, Tex.; stepsons, George Miller of Simi Valley, Calif., and Robert Miller of MerriLL Island; brothers, Abe of Cran- ston and Murray of New York City; father, Eli of New York City; sisters, Hannah Siedlen of New York City and Lulu Saran- son of Rhode Island; and three grandchildren. Cox- Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park. MRS. BERTHA G. MILLER of Orlando died Sun., Dec. 23. Born in Russia, she was a homemaker. She is survived by son, Samuel S. Miller of Orlando; daughter, Mrs. Irene Wax of Centerville, Mass.; four grandchildren and eight great-grand- children. Fairchild Funeral Home, Orlando. O O 834-8787 or 834-8277 before 10 a.m. Tuesday for Friday's paper First 15 words are $3.00. Each additional word is 15(. Less 5% |or 3 consecutive issues. Classifieds are payable in advance of publication. * FOR RENT * OFFICE or BUSINESS LOCATION Brand new, available within two weeks, approx. 700 sq. ft. in HERITAGE building in Fern Park, just off Hwy 17-92. Includes utilities and janitorial. Call Gene Starn, 834-8787 or 834-8277. JOHNS HARDWARE STORES 2208 Edgewater Drive * Orlando 422-0913 Forest City Rd. at Edgeweter Drive 295-2951 Hardware Housewares Fertilizer Giftware Paint & Supplies Serving Collage Park Palomar Rosemont Kingswood HELP WANTED I SAV-U-TAX at Zayre is seeking experienced part-time tax return preparers for employ- ment at Zayre Orlando stores. Send resume to SAV-U-TAX Inc., P.O. Box 160, Oviedo, FI. 32765. MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS One man band or combo. Weddings, parties, banquets, etc. Phone 273-3483. ANYTHING you wanl'i0 sell goes fast wilh a HERITAGE Classified. HERITAGE Ads Get Reszdtsl Correct times courtesy Rabbi Werde. CHABAD HOUSE  CANDLE UGHTING Fri., Jan. 4 5:30 p.m. Fd.. Jan. 1 ! 5:35 p.m. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 Congr. Ohev Shalom -- A "New Membership Shabbat" service will b( beginning at 8:15 p.m. Temple Beth-El of Daytona Beach -- A family Shabbat service will at 7:45 p.m. Congr. of Uberal Judaism -- A family Shabbat service will be held at 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 Mid-Jewish Singles -- A pizza party will be held at the home of Miriam 162 Plumosa Ave., at 8 p.m. BYOB. Fee $3. RSVP by calling JCY -- A New Year's pizza and go-cart party will be held. Meet at the JCC at 8 pizza plus go-carting cost. Transportation provided from the 11 p.m. Congr. of Liberal Judaism Young Couples Club -- A "Welcome in the 80's"i held at Lake Faith Condominiums clubhouse at 8 p.m. Cost is $1 I  further information, call Karen Watzman at 862-8124, or the 645-0444. Hebrew Day School -- A major fundraising event will be held at 9 p.m. The evening includes a buffet, dancing, entertainment given away including a 1980 Cadillac. Tickets of $50, which admits may be obtained from Hebrew Day School parents, the school Travel Agency. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6 Young Jewish Singles -- A car wash will be held at the Burger Kinc 3 p.m. Contact Gary at 425.1011 for tickets. Mature Jewish Singles -- A recovery brunch will be held at the JCC at members $1, non-members $1.50. Brandeis National Women's Committee -- Rabbi Rudolph Adler will parative Religions at the Semoran North Apartments clubhouse, Blvd., Winter Park, at 7:30 p.m. Shalom Orlando -- Newcomers and, brunch at the JCC at I 0:30 a.m. JCC Annual Meeting -- Will be held in the JCC auditorium at 7:30 p.m. MONDAY, JANUARY 7 Young Jewish Singles -- An open planning meeting will be held atthe ments will be provided. Jewish Singles -- An open planning meeting will be held at the JCC at TUESDAY, JANUARY 8 Mid Jewish Singles -- An open pla0ning meeting will be held at the Congr. Ohev Shalom Sisterhood -- "New Directions For Women" luncheon meeting to be held at the synagogue at I ] :30 a.m. Guest Ethel Scures and Diane Brown of the Council for Continuing Edt of Central Florida, Inc. Cost is $2.50. For reservations, call Ida Mary Arkevich, 671-3510; or Linda Kalter, 647-6840. Free available. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9 Rishona-Masada Hadassah -- An Israeli Fashion Show will be held at the Center at 11:30 a.m. A kosher luncheon will be erved for a donation q vations, call Sylvia Levine at 834-3218, or Rose Nadelman at Healing Arts Lecture Sedes -- Tom Harblin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Rollins College, will speak about "Sexuality--Personal and signs," in the JCC auditorium from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Ref, p., Jewish Overeaters Anonymous -- A meeting will be held at the JCC at 8 THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 Brandeis University Women -- A one-day seminar entitled "Money Sense held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Community Room at leader will be Maufice Cohen, Brandeis trustee. 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