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Page 10, HERITA6E, FledlL! Jewish News, February 1, 1980 Business Update NEWS OF THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY Congratulations to ARCHIE OSSIN who was recently awarded the Outstanding Management Achievement Award for 1979 from Martin Marietta Corporation. The award, presented at the Martin Marietta Management Club dinner dance at the Con- temporary Hotel, was given to Archie for "new business acquisition brought in house in research and engineering." =soa ARNOLD STEIN has just been promoted and is now Assistant vice-president of Operations and Director of Engineering at Repco Incorporated, a leading manu- facturer of two-way radios used in Odando. NGTRITIONS-WEIGH, an Orlando-based organization dedicated to control of compulsive overeating without the aid of drugs or stringent diets, is now meeting every Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. in the game room of the YMCA on N. MJIIs. Nu-Weigh believes the only solution to permanent weight control is a positive approach to daily liv- ing and to permanently modify eating behavior. For turther information call Dave at 425-1298, or Joan at 830-8916. Dr. Solomon D. Klotz of- Orlando, has been elected president of the American Col- lege of Allergists at the organ- DR. KLOTZ ization's 36th Annual Con- gress, held last month in Bal Harbour, FI. A native of New York City, Dr. Klotz has been in practice in Orlando since 1946. Exhibits coming up at the Altamonte /%all in February include a variety that will inter- est shoppers and sightseers alike. This weekend (Feb. 2-3) the Seminole County School Sys- tern will stage a vocational exhibit. Rare and beautiful gem stones of all varieties will be featured in this, an annual exhibit from February 6.10. tradition.., understandins Serving the Jewish Community for three pnerati0ns Fairchild Funeral Home Family owned and olratl The free ladies day movies will kick off the 1980 series with "Fiddler on the Roof," on Feb. 12; "Same Time Next Year" will show on Feb. I 9; the "Great Train Robbery" will be shown on Feb. 26. Celle Basch, who holds a degree in psychology, has recently obtained her real estate license and is associ- ated with Area One Inc. on Lee Rd., specializing in residential sales. =It i  It For an expected increase in attendance at Walt Disney World, tl',e theme park will employ ] 500 people for both seasonal and permanent jobs. Starling above minimum wage, the openings are in foods, merchandise, custo- dial, hotels and theme park operations, including Walt Disney Wodd Village. Recently inaugurated Express Bus service operated by Orange, Seminole and Osceola Transportation Authorities is available to all Disney employees to and from most major areas. Those interested should apply at the Casting Center on Reams Road, the first stop light north of 1-4 on SR 535. Hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mondays throug h Fridays and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays. MR. BERNARD LOUIS GoTrUEB, 77, of Winter Park, died Wed., Jan. 23. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., he moved to Winter Park from West Hartford, Conn., in 1972. He was former exec utive director of the Hartford Jewish Federation and was a member of the Congr. of Liberal Judaism and the University Club. He is sundved by son, Daniel W. of Silver Springs, Md.; brother, Harold of Zanesville, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Helen Lasky of Columbus, Ohio; and two grandchildren. Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando. I II II CALL VICI at 677-4084 or 834-8277 before Tuesday Noon for Friday's paper s4ee for first 3 lines, 50 each additional line. Less discounts for frequency appearances. Classifieds are payable in advance. '* SERVICES * JOHNS HARDWARE STORES 2208 Edgewater Drive Orlando 422-0913 Forest City Rd. at Edgeweter Drive 295-2951 Hardware * Housewares Fertilizer ,, Giftware Paint & Supplies Serving College Park Palomar "..,"epalr sm'vlee Ls our specialty." CALL: NEIL WITTENSTEIN Clyde Ferris Plmbg, Inc. 422-8702 GAS & FJ, KCTPJC WATKN '1: TEAS- IIW'F.JI.FJI i We Do Custom Typeseing! HERITAGE does all types of typesetting & print design to make your brochures, adver- tising pieces, reports & newsletters look more pro- fessional. Call 834-8787. FOR SALE ANYTHING you wa t0 sell goes fast with a HERITAGE Classified. Ads Get Results o,.y R, w,,*. C,*SD HOUSE' C-JDLE LIGHTING 1 Fri., Feb. 1 5:52 p.m. Fd., Feb. 8 5:58 p.m. Complete information MUST be legibly written, typewriter prefem racy, no telephone information will be accepted. Mail to: 742, Fern Park, FL 32730. DEADLINE: 5 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 Congr. of Uberal Judaism -- A family Shabbat service will be held beginning at 7:30 p.m. Congr. Ohev Shalom -- A USY Shabbat service will be held at the 8:15 p.m. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 JCC Adults -- An adult birthday party including wine punch, and a bonfire, will be held at the JCC at 8 p.m.,admission i free for JCC birthday celebrants (Scorpio, Saggitarius, $3.50 for non-members, or 52 for non-member birthday calling Vici Rock at 678-36.56, or Sue Cohen at 834-9685. JCC of Hemando County -- A testimonial dinner in honor of Si Yhrrnan t Weeki Wachee Holiday inn. SClNDAY, FEBRUARY 3 Congr. Ohev Shalom -- All Ohev youth groups will meet at Lake School until 3 p.m. Bring dairy bag lunch. ClCF Hgld -- A Groundhog Day picnic will be held. Meet at the gate a.m., or for biking to Wekiva, meet at Strawberry Fields Congr. of Liberal Judaism -- The annual Tu B'Shevat family celebration l held at Wekiva Springs State Park from I 0 a.m.-3:30 per person. JCC Cultural Outreach Sedes -- The JCC Players will perform 7:]5 p.m. Refreshments will be serve. JCY-9's -- A car wash will be held at the Burger King across from th, Tickets are $]. JCY Jr. Chai -- A pot-luck dinner will be held at the home of Dorothy RSVP by calling 644-3.542. No meat meals accepted. TUESDAY, FEBRCiARY 5 Brevard Jewish Retirees and Senior Citizens -- A meeting will be Sholom of Satellite Beach at 12:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Jewish Overeaters Anonymous -- A meeting will be held at the JCC at FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Congr. Ohev Shalom -- A Shabbat dinner and service honoring will be held at the synagogue. Service will be conducted by the dents Sima Feldberg at 869-]918 or Lisette Halpem at 644-6573. UCF Hmel - A Shabbat dinner will be held at the home of Nancy Blvd., AJtamonte Springs. Cost is $2.50. For reservations, call evenings, Mark at 275-2233 afternoons, or Nancy at SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 JCY-9's -- A campout will be held at the JCC from 7 p.m. to 11 members, $4 for non-paid members. 0CF Hgld --/eet at Great Southern Music Hall for "Rocky Show is from midnight until 2 a.m. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 0 Congr. of Uberal Judaism Brotherhood -- Dr. Lee Dutter, tional political science at University of CentTal Florida, will Afghanistan situation at a brunch beginning at 10 a.m. at the for members, $2.50 for guests. Kinneret Tenants Assodation -- 1 ]th Anniversary Dinner, to be International Inn. Open to members of the Tenants Association, person. Reservations must be placed with T.A. officers no let# RECREATIONAL RENTALS Political " To Speak at COLEMAN CAMPERS & Canoes Dr. Lee Dutter, assistant ation Sale and rentals. See the professor of international pol- held incredible 1 cent canoe promo- itical science at University of ' ism, tion. Call Maitland Campers, 831-1119 on 17-92 just no. of Central Florida, will discuss Cost interchange, the Iran and Afghanistan situ- '2.50 for VACATION RENTAL 3 BDRM. 2 BATH house on ) Sugar Mountain nr. Boone, N.C. Accepting reservations for spring, summer & fall seasons by the week or month. Golf, skiing, tennis & hiking. Call 869-4520. HELP WANTED DELl COUNTERMAN wanted full-time & part-time. Exp. nec. Inquire at Deli-Towne, Springs Plaza, Longwood. 869-5900. BOOKS WANTED FOR BRANDEIS WOMEN's Annual Book Sale. Hardbacks, paperbacks, texts, encyclo- pedias, sheet music, cook- books, children's books, Nat'l. Geographics, etc. Tax deduct. Call 843-6593 for pickup or take to JCC. SECURITY SYSTEMS A D0-1T-YOURSELF Burglar Alarm Company has kits priced right. Call 677-0460. SPRINKLER WELLS DRILLED PUMP SERVICE FREE Estimates Cheerfully Given