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Call Linda Amon: 645-3849 report that daughter STERN qualified for of Fla. in she is a a graduate of , is an educa- major and of arranges for )US). ) today ALAN discharged after knee he&apos;s using let that fool down a little. has con- a note nnJng sure was indeed preparing conse- Vert there was birthday or "he February got around adult birth- 2 and of charge to else pays JCC for Speedy recovery wishes to ROSE SPANIER who has recently been in St. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville where she underwent surgery. Rose and husband, ED, left the Orlando area not too long ago and are living in Jack- sonville. We hope by the time this appears you are on your way to a complete recovery! MARJORIE and GIL GERSTEIN are doing a lot of kvelling these days as they look at their children. Their son LARRY gradu- ated from the Logan School of Chiropractic and lives in Washington, Mo. with his wife, JOY. Daughter LYNNE JACOBS BAKER was recently' pro- moted to a supervisory position in her hospital work in Tampa. Lynne's daughter, ARIEL AMBER, just cele- brated her fifth birthday at a party at Lake Buena Vista and you can bet grandma and grandpa Gerstein were there. Daughter JUDY JACOBS received her M.A. Degree in biology from Cornell Univ. where she attended on a fel- lowship. She took off for three months in Europe and now plans to settle in Seattle Wash. And ARLENE is a chiro- practic assistant for her husband, DR. WALTER DIEL, who graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Walt and Arlene are back in town, much to the delight of Marjorie and Gil, after more than a three year absence. Tomorrow MIMI and AL COHEN will celebrate another year of wedded bliss. Also celebrating two days after tomorrow are the WOLKINDS. MARTHA and BEN are celebrating a big one... 40 years of together- less. Mazel toy. SALLY THIELE, chairman of the hospitality committee and RUTH CAPLAN, co<hair- man have been working very hard for the women's commit- tee of the Florida Symphony Society's Mad Hatter's luncheon which will be held on January 29 at the Langford Hotel. Send a $10 check to Mrs. Earle Thiele, 1037 Antelope Trail, Maitland 32751. Belated birthday wishes to LARRY GOLDBERG who reached the "over 40" status, on January 13. Speaking of birthdays, yes- terday the Imperial House Restaurant was the scene of much celebration as CELE STILLMAN, ISADORE CLASS, BEN . KAPLAN, FREDA BERNSTEIN and Artist Donates Work for Shalom Art Auction )as scheduled by the Congr. Ohev asdoor Shalom Sisterhood for Auction tomorrow, Sat., Jan. ] 9, at the JONEs stands with donated work and F/ore Werfel and Elaine Gamson. synagogue. Preview of the art, furnished by Marlin Art Co., will begin at 7:30 p.m., the auction to follow at 8:30 p.m. Jones' work is a stainless steel wall construction, featur- ing a modern Mogen David, and valued at about $250. The 150 works on display for auction include pieces valued from $15 to collectors' and feature the works of artists as well known as Dali, Chagall and Calder. Chairman of the event is Flora Werfel, assisted by Sisterhood president Elaine Gamson and Vici Rock, publicity. Donation cost $1.50 per person at the door. Refresh- ments will be served. HELEN GINBERG celebrated their birthday. Also celebrating at the same time were SYDELLE and IRVING SCHWARTZ, DORIS and MAX MANDEL, HELEN and MAURICE PLOT- KIN, SHIRLEY and HAROLD ZEIMER and CELE and SAM STILLMAN who have spent another year happily married. Congratulations ya'll. MIRIAM WOLMAN and HARYN KREITNER accepted the KAVOD award at GORFTY's regional conven- tion held in Atlanta, Ga. The award is given for "a balanced youth group program consist- ing of religious action,'Tefila, Chevra, Israel and Jewish studies." Congratulations to all of GORFTY. It's that time of year again. For the past 34 years, DOROTHY COHEN has hosted a B'nai B'rith Tea for the March of Dimes, in her home at 619 N. Hyer St. in Orlando. This year, on Thurs., Jan. 24, her ] 980 and 35th tea will take place. Everyone is welcome. It just wasn't one of those "drop by for breakfast" invita- tions'" as MARCIA KERSTEIN breakfasted with President Carter not too long ago. Happy birthday to MELISSA ROTH who became 2-yrs.-old on Jan. 7 Melissa is the daughter of SUSAN and JERRY ROTH of Maitland. "The spectacular event" was truly that as 2452 people turned out for the UJA kickoff -- "The Night Shall Shine as the Day" featuring Theodore Bikel and Herschel Bernardi. It was a night our community will remember for a long time. LEE GINSBERG had a good reason to beam that night as he sat right up front (very first row) and watched "uncle" Herschel Bernardi, perform. You can be sure Lee's mother, ANNE GINS- BERG was on hand for this performance. In fact the tickets were purchased just like everybody else's but they never went through the front door. They came through the stage door and spent pre- show time with Herschel. Lee is already preparing for a trip to Miami when Herschel will appear at the Theatre of Per- forming Arts in a one-man show some time in February. SID COHEN, home from the hospital, and his wife, SHIRLEE, were in the audience enjoying the show Saturday night. Nice to see you up and around, Sid. 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