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HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, January II, !@80, Page 9 Call tinda Amon: 645-3849 Decem- complete certainly time for her she never party BERNIE, SHEILA and of brought HARRIETT . on day. 55th .. a round so P Celebrate the of her SLOMO- really house of Was in visiting uncle and activities serces at and first trip to can be sure 14), (6), :1 tour. Congratulations to MI- CHELLE GOLDSTEIN of Winter Park who has passed her Nursing State Boards and is now an LPN. Michelle works at Seminole Memorial hospital on the medical surgical floor. MICHELLE GOLDSTEIN This February she plans a trip to Israel where she plans to work on a kibbutz. Enjoy! And give us a call when you return. ANNE ROCK's school vaca- tion truly was a holiday as she spent eight days in Venezuela with her qrandparents, IRVING and EDYTHE WHITEBOOK of Miami, and her cousins, DANNY and JODI WHITE- BOOK, also of Miami. Anne enjoyed every aspect of this trip and is still talking about the people, their way of life and the cost of living. According to Anne, only one thing was notably cheaper there. You guessed it--gaso. line! Regular gas sells for ] 0 cents a gallon and a whopping 25 cents a gallon for unleaded. The only problem is that automobiles are very expensive. In fact Anne noticed that all prices were about three times higher there for comparable items here! CHARLES SCHULMAN's smiling these days and it's for a good reason. The very spe- cial person in his life, EDITH, is okay. And that's a miracle con- sidering the fact that she totalled the car in a recent accident. More good news from the Schulman home is that MARIE ELROD, Edith's twin sister, a former Orlandoan and wife of JIM ELROD, was in visiting for a few days from her home in Warren Robbins, Ga. It's always nice to have you back for a visit. ELLIOTT and BEA RUTTENBERG spent the end of 1979 travelling to visit Elliott's brother and sister, DR. LEWIS RUTTENBERG and JANET RUTTENBRG who live in Sun City West, Ariz. And while on.the road they made another stop to their son and daughter-in-law's home in Dallas, Tex. FRANKLIN and ' Professor to Address Breakfast Chap- 1980's." two technical universities in The newly formed Central the world with its own medical Florida Chapter of the school. American Technion Society is mple Israel, headed by Lawrence R. Sloan, According to Sloan, Tech- and the an Orlando based consulting nion is the "research and engineer, development arm" of Israeli meeting Technion, founded in ] 924, industry. at Temple is Israel's only technical uni- The breakfast meeting is ,rn. versity and is known through- open to all interested persons. out the world as the "M.I.T. of A fee of $2 per person will be Pro- Israel." Technion trains more charged for breakfast to all than three-quarters of Israel's TIon-members of Temple will speak architects, engineers, Israers Men's Club. Future chemists and bio-medical For further information, call in the engineers and is one of only Sloan at 834-0555. gi " "!; Sm es Orgamze Couna Sedes Begins This Month si gles Council which will meet on a Friedman, JCC associate , are regular basis to share ideas executive director and Judy tcir'in and discuss combined Schiff, JCC youth director. ideas, programming. The first combined people in Representing the Young program will be a cultural to present Singles were Gary Baum- discussion series entitled activities garten, Susie Taylor and Paula - groups. Horowitz; Middle Singles, the Bennet Buxbaum and Miriam hnd Mature Bondorowsky; and Mature Singles, Mildred Heinig. Also vtdon of a present were Marvin "Today's Issues," to begin Tues.,Jan. 22, at theJCC. The program will feature a guest speaker followed by discus- sion. Coffee will be served. Admission is free. e Educated Alternative Avenue N. ark 628-2716 Unique "Burlwood" Furnishings for home and office Featuring Redwood and Other Rare Burl/oods HOURS: 10-5 TUESDAY-SATURDAY BONNIE ABRAMS holds daughter Shira (above) as grandmother, Muriel, and greatgrand- mother, Dora Brotman, look proud. BRENDA RUTTENBERG and their three children JAKE, DANNY and TODD were delighted to have Elliott and Bea with them. VANGIE and SOL WEISS' holidays were made special with the arrival of their daugh- ter and her family, RONI and HARVEY LIBOW and ERICA, HILARY and even LINUS. Former Orlando residents now residing in Huntsville, Ala., the Libows came in with a whirl (as only the Libows can do) and visited with the Weiss' and some friends. They report that they have adapted to the cold and hillier life in Huntsville and that their immediate affiliation with the synagogue and the Jewish community Center has helped them feel at home there. The commotion at the ABRAMS' home during the holidays was one of complete oy as four generations were represented in a reunion that will be remembered for a very long time. Four-month-old SHIRA JAMIE came in from Houston, Tex. with her mother, BONNIE ABRAMS, and met with Shira's grandma MURIEL ABRAMS (from Muriel and Grandpa Joe) and SHIRLEY ROBINSON of Ft. Worth, Tex. A very special treat for every- one when greatgrandma DORA BROTMAN, 85 years young came in from Dania, FI. to hold and love Shira. Muriel and Joe were so delighted that they held an open house and invited friends and neighbors to share their joy. And if you were wondering where SHIRA's dad was, JEFF had to stay home to "mind e shop." A chemical engineer for five years, Jeff just opened an automotive repair shop in Houston. Fixing cars was always his hobby and now he's doing it full time. Much success, Jeff and next time the family comes in we hope you're with them. 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