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s   presently a t_T HOwell High  daughters, . .. December sE. " (14) are  r n0USeguest and llnish out the .j of the,U nderstanding) 'J0t "turn home Eence and 3d ov,ng -  n. host family. 0 SOmeone else  Glers - - of Connecti- i TM, adds to the .1  eir Cassel- "" [:a will be r  daughter Iris Park, who has been accepted to Emory University where his major will be pre-med. Gary is a senior at Winter Park High School where he is a member of the high school tennis team. He also finds time to continue with his love of music by playng the piano which he has done for the past l 0 years. Gary will represent his school as the winner of the Century III Leaders Scholar- ship competition admin- istered by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and funded by Shell Oil Company. He will compete against some 130 Florida high school seniors for scholarships which will be awarded in a confer- to lIAR. campaign teived an Israel Bond ukah dinner ljlal Judaism  !darity Award ""?i. m leadershipapprecia" Call tinda Amonll: 6415 3849 I lJl Irl behalf of the I d strength- their new home in Alternate - l-n the meantime. Gary will eOmyoflsrael Springs. represent the Winter Park " tate of Israel And belated birthday wishes Garden Club this month with the delivery of a speech he has  to assure a to SYLVIA HERSHBEIN who fteedom just had a birthday on written "Enronment." and on 'People." December 25. and to SUE BILL KLEIN is certainly Y"KGLATER are COHEN who celebrated on enjoying the new year as he C rPened December 29. celebrates the engagement of their '-,,,n exchange Congratulations to GARY his niece, SUSAN, daughter ,,1. HILL from GLASSER, son of DORIS and of LOUIE and SHEVY ASTRIN ROBERT GLASSER of Winter of Miami, to MARC LEVY. Marc is an ophthalmologist intern and Susan is a dental hygenist. The wedding is planned for the end of July. Bill also helped his wife, ANNE, celebrate her birthday on December 19. The third reason for Bill's happiness is that a long awaited reunion with his son STEVE, his wife LISA, and their daughter AMY will take place this weekend as they arrive from Philadelphia. You can be sure Grandma Anne will shower Amy with much love as they all cele- brated Amy's first birthday which was on December 27. Mazel Toy to you all and have a wonderful time together. ence of state winners to be To make a long story short. .... _ held in Virginia March 7-10. JUDY GODOROV received a i to AL and We'll keep our finaers phone call from LEONARD ,j01j" and family in crossed for you.  TOSE's office telling her that 00clo 39'ers to Host 2-day ,00toide Senior Weekend the Diplomat Inn on Lee Road at 4 p.m. and have dinner at nearby restaurants; and at 8 p.m. a wine and cheese party with live entertainment at the Altamonte Civic Center will be held A community breakfast at the JCC will open Monday's schedule of events which also includes a stroll through Winter Park's "Little Europe" with Tiffany Glass Works, Rollins College's Cornell Art Gallery, the historical "Walk of Fame" and the Shell Museum at the University. The weekend will culminate with "The Fabu- Ious 50's" show and lunch at the Musicana Supper Club in Winter Park. Seniors from Satellite Beach, Daytona Beach, Clear- water, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood and West Palm Beach are invited. Fee for Orlando residents (includes everything but over- night accommodations) are $10 per day for JCC members, or 12 per day for non-mem- bers. Registration must be made by January 15. For further information, call the JCC at 645-5933. ,Jll of senior ,' gather in !1 'q 'tay state- Jl kend on  sponsored  ,he JCC of I for Sun., Jan. ..a lUncheon "tad enter- Seaworld's :ot at noon; a :,ua Festival," shopping vil- , OtiC foods. "-ins J and im- =_lent; out-of- ' check in at 00his week s guaranteed to you on our 0010,000182-day money tickets to the Tampa Bay- Philadelphia Eagles game (last weekend) would be waiting for her. And knowing Judy she'll get to meet the team players and Leonard before the game begins. LOUISE FRANKEL, JAN GUZMAN and BLANCHE TREGER were the three winners of Congr. of Liberal Judaism's December 21 drawing entitling them to merchandise in Publix Supermarkets. ELAINE and BOB GAM- SON's ]4-year-old son, STEPHEN, is a winner! Stephen is a member of the Maitland Golden Hawks (Mait- land Junior High School foot- ball team) which won the Orange County Junior High Football Championships. Among those cheering Stephen and his teammates onto victory were school cheerleaders, two of whom are AMY HELMAN and ANNE MORRELL In from Richmond, Va., are JEFF GAESER, Elaine Gamson's brother and her nephew, SCOTT GAESER. Jeff used to live and work in this area and Scott is getting to know his cousin STEPHEN, JORDY and BARRY much better. Congr. Ohev Shalom USY would like to wish president JACK SEGAL speedy recov- ery after his recent surgeD,. Sorry Jack, but now every- body "noses" the truth! HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, January 4. 1080. Page 7 HAROLD KAPLAN GARY GLASSER Like all the major shops, we carry a full line -- Rock, Soul, Jazz. Shows, Country, etc. JEWISH 1 O0 ASSORTED & HEBREW RECORDS: rna= certificates. I I ltlll:' Comedy All Holiday Services . Menasha Skulnick ' $ '  $ @ $ Illlll " Cantorials - Barry Sisters . 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