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January 25, 1980

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l00tzvot Leonard Gamson son of Susan and Charles Gamson of the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on the • , Jan. 26, at Congr. Obey Shalom. He wil on Fri., Jan. 25. at Trinity Preparatory School, in the Trinity Band. His hobbies chess, remote-control planes and at U.C.F. his parents and brother, Joshua (91, be trandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert as well as friends and relatives Beth Goldstein daughter of Barbara Goldstein of Winter Mitzvah this Shabbat, Sat., Jan. 26 t Congr. of Liberal Judaism. Amy Beth is a reporter )iano, is a member of the Eastbrook Pool Association. hobbies are roller skating, reading and of celebrities. r for the simcha will be great Aunt and Gardner from Philadelphia; Uncle Ellen Miller from Clifton, NJ.; cousin husband, Dr. Ronnie Krusch, from mother, Edythe Miller, and cousins Wool from Silver Springs, Md. Judaism nnual Tu Spdngs Feb. 3, P.m. ,viii include to the nature, See00 Call Linda Amon: 645-3849 Last Sunday evening tLISA SILVER celebrated a birthday. But it wasn't just any old birth- day --it was her "sweet sixteen." About 50 friends attended and danced the night away at • Studio 1792 at Ilisa's parents, WENDY and SHELLY SILVER, and grandmother, ANNE SILVER of West Palm Beach, enjoyed every moment. HARVEY ROTH's mom, SALLY ROTH of New Jersey, has been spending the last several weeks visiting with him and his wife, LAURA, as she waits for her apartment in Royal Arms to be ready, Sally has already made friends here and is readyto get into a regular mah jong game, Welcome to Orlando! The Roth home will continue to be "booked up" as family and friends come to visit. This month visitors include EUCIA FEINGOLD of Schenectady, SARAH and AL KENVIN of W. Palm Beach and SHERRY SHAEFER of Baltimore. Rumor has it that Laura is having a "no vacancy" sign printed to hang on the front door. But she loves every minute with her guests. Don't wait for your spring cleaning to unload all your unwanted books. Brandeis University Women's Commit- tee needs them now for their March book sale. Call 8436593. Speedy recovery wishes to BIANCA KAYON who recently broke her leg and to EIVOR FLAXER who is now home after a recent hospitalization. And we're happy to report that PAUL HIRSHNAN's surgeR/ was a success and that he's back to work after several weeks of .rest and relaxation. The BERNARDI/BIKEL concert was certainly a grand time to meet people in the audience we don't often get to see. Several people met friends among the cast. Ask KEN SHEINKOPF. He found an old friend, ELAINE HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, January 25, 1980, Page 9 PETRICOFF, with whom he went to school with many years ago. BARBARA GOLDSTEIN and her daughter, AMY, have something special in common--the same birthday. Tomorrow they will both become one year older. But this year Amy will get more than half the birthday glory because this birthday just hap_pens to fall on the same day that she will become a Bat Mitzvah. Other people who should be celebrating this week are VlC and LOUISE JOSEPH and GEORGE and LOUISE FRANKEL who both have been married 26 years as of yesterday. We wish them many more happy years of togetherness. If 'you live in Windsor, Ontario, this is certainly a nice time to visit Odando. In fact, if you live in Windsor, Ontario, anytime is a nice time to visit Orlando. RUTH SILVER not only lives there but she has a daughter, BARBARA BERNBAUM, who lives in Altamonte Springs. That gives her two good reasons to visit. Some of the other reasons are grand- children, STEVEN, LEE and JONI and son-in-law, RICHARD. Ruth will be here for a month, and although there'll be sunshine in her heart when she leaves, we hope she'll take enough back with her to last until her next visit. I ik * ik * Class on Major Religions to be Held at Rollins A new course entitled, "Judaism, Christiartity, and Islam," will be presented by Rabbi Rudolph Adler at Rollins College, beginning Mon., Jan. 28. Open to members of the community as well as stu- dents, the course is offered through Rollins' School of Continuing Education, for three credits hours, and will meet from 4-6:30 each Monday evening. According to Rabbi Adler, "Judaism, Christianity, and Islam" will deal with the his- tory, development and philosophies of these major religions. Chaverot to Hold Israel Education Covered Dish A Hadassah Israel Educa- ning will begin at 6 p.m., on tion Services "covered dish Sun., Jan. 27, dinner" will be sponsored by Full donor credit will be the Chaverot Group of the oiven. Husbands, wives and Orlando Chapter of Hadassah, guests are invited at an admis- to be held at the Westmont sion price of $5 per person. Civic Center (formerly the For reservations and infor- Spring Oaks Club House) on marion, please call: Bernice Spring Oaks Blvd., in Falck, 425.3015; or Helen Altamonte Springs. The eve- Hosid, 425.6416. .. 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He is a Sabra, and being native- born, has a thorough knowledge of that country's social, economic and political problems--much of which stem from the massive immigration into that country for over 25 years--the country's struggle for economic independence and the constant build-up as a strong and proud nation. The 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division Thursday, January 31, 1980 Tillie Lefkowitz 202 Red Bud Lane The Springs, Longwood LEAH DIVISION: Rachel Shipley, chairperson Gert Tinkleman Pearl Lefkowitz RSVP: 645-5933 Brunch: $7.50 Minimum Gift: $365