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February 8, 1980

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Fd., Feb. 8 5:58 p.m. FrL, Feb. 15 6:03 p.m. Sorry, we cannot accept phone infor- P.O. Box 742, Fern Park, FL 32730. DEADLINE: 5 p.m. FRIDAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 -- A Shabbat dinner and service honoring parents and grandparents synagogue. Service will be conducted by the Hebrew School stu- the direction of Moshe Elbaz, educational director. For information, call Feldberg at 869-1918 or Lisette Halpem at 644-6573, inner will be held at the home of Nancy Tirschwelrs, 638 Greenbriar , Altamonte Springs. Cost is $2.50. For reservations, call Beverly at 678-2459 Mark at 275-2233 afternoons, or Nancy at 869-6036. Judaism -- "GORFTY Shabbat" will be observed this evening, with mere- group participating in 8:] 5 p.m. services. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 be held at the JCC from 7 p.m. to 1 ] a.m. Cost is $3.50 for paid $4 for non-paid members. outhern Music Hall for" Rocky Horror Picture Show" at 11:15 p.m. is from midnight until 2 a.m. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ] 0 les -- An evening of games that includes a covered dish supper has for 5 p.m. at Orienta Woods Clubhouse. For directions, call Suzi or Gary (645-5933). ick will be the special guest speake]: at a Women's nner at Burdines, Fashion Sq. (east entrance), starting The event, for campaign contributors of $100 or more, has an admis- of $t0. Sponsored by the Women's Division of CJA. Judaism Brotherhood -- Dr. Lee Dutter, assistant professor of interna- science at University of Central Florida, will discuss the Iran and at a brunch beginning at 10 a.m. at the synagogue. Cost is $2 $2.50 for guests. Association -- 1 lth Anniversary Dinner, to be held at 6 p.m. at the ) members of the TenantsAssociation, the dinner is $5 per MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1 Chai Group -- A general meeting will be held at the JCC from to make plans for the coming months. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 -- Rabbis Larry Halpern and Andy Hillman and congregational s will be on hand to greet participants in a "Newcomers Tea," for prospective at 7:30 p.m. at the synagogue. Open to all members of the community. synagogue (645-0444) or membership chairman, Harriet Weiss (869-0340) information. Sisterhood -- Regular meeting at the synagogue at 11:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Campaign) -- A 7:30 p.m. meeting will be held at the JCC to kickoff the for the 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal. of Satellite Beach -- A wine and cheese card party has been ed by the sisterhood, to begin at the temple at 7:30 p.m. There will be games and refreshments. Donation is $4. Tickets at Temple. Call Isabel or Margaret (773-6774) for further information. -- Meeting at the JCC at 8 p.m. Only fee is a real desire to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 e #2978 -- An election meeting will be held at the JCC at 8 p.m. A is planned, with refreshments. Prospective members are invited FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 I Judaism -- All area singles, widows, widowers, divorcees and single parents to attend special services this evening, to be conducted by Rabbi Larry beginning at 8:15 p.m. and to be followed by an Oneg Shabbat. For further call the synagogue at 645-0444. will host a Shabbaton with the USF Hillel group at the Jewish Community and tomorrow. For further information, call Beverly Albert, pres., at meeting will be held at the home of Mar!lyn Crotty to discuss issues and ERA, beginning at 9:15 a.m. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Judaism -- The brotherhood will present an original musical comedy, "Can in America" or "Fiddler on the Hoof" at 8:30 p.m. Food, will follow at a cast party after the show. For reservations at $6 per Call Alan Basch (425-9529) or the synagogue (645-0444). SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 -- A flea market, to be held at the Maitland Flea Market, will run P.m. today and next Friday. For further information, call Alma Kerben or Fredella Levine (628-3154). Youth Jr. Chai -- A bowling party has been scheduled at the Bowl Bowling Alley on Fairbanks Ave. in Winter Park from 2 to 5:30 p.m. $3 three games. Cultural Enrichment Series -- Murray Horwitz will star in an with Shalom Aleichem," at 8 p.rh. at the Congr. of Liberal Judaism. 671-2424 FREE Delivery & Set-Up HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. February 8. 1980. Page 7 Singles Plan Programs All Groups Plan Synagogue Attendance, Schedule Dates Together, Separately Nearly 1,000 singles of all come to singles groups. Sat., Feb, 16: "Live from ages have responded to an Among upcoming activities the Royal Arms Apts. It's Sat. organization move that planned, for all three age Night Flick," at 8 p.m. at the includes special welcome to groups are: Royal Arms Main Club House. singles groups attending area A light supper and show-- Fee, $1.50. synagogues, and expanded singles meet at the JCC on Sun., Feb. 17:"FleaMarket programming within and Sun., Feb. 17, for supper at 4 Fantasia" at 8 a.m. at the between the three age p.m., then attend "The World Maitland Flea Market. Bring groups--young, mid- and of Shalom Aleichem," first old junk and call Wendy mature singles--according to attraction of the Community Cohen, 4224287. JCC singles program co- Cultural Enrichment Series, Mid-Singles (3044)under ordinator, Judy Schiff. for a reduced fee of $4.50. the leadership of Bennett RSVP, Bennett Buxbaum, Buxbaum (295-8250), have "Singles are beginning to 29=.5"-8250. scheduled the following express a strong desire to The "Young Singles" have February programs: attend services at various planned the following activ- synagogues in groups," Schiff ities, under the leadership of Sun,, Feb. 1 O: "Singles said, "and they're initiating a Gary Baumgarten, 425-1011: Brunch at JCC" at 11:30 a.m. move to attend different with guest speaker. Fee, $1.50, services in groups regularly." Sun., Feb, 10: "Sports- JCC member disc., $I. Tonight, Feb. 8, members world" co-ed volley ball at the Sun., Feb. 24: Brunch at of all three singles groups will Center at 3 p.m. Ca]l Bob JCC, fee as above. attend services at Congr. Beth Cohen for info (628-4724). The mature singles (45 and up) led by Mildred Heinig Am. Next Fri., Feb. 15, is Thurs.,Feb. 14:Valentine's (275.9896), have planned: "Singles Shabbat" at Congr. Day Happy Hour" at the home ofLiberalJudaism. Schiffsaid of Gary Baumgarten, 1421 Sat., Feb. 9: Show time that all area congregations Fairview Ave. at 6:30 p.m. featuring "Happy Feelings." have indicated special wel- BYOB. Call Mildred. JFS Seeks Supplies For Pantry Fond is almost some- ' thing people take for granted, though it is a precious need for those without. Jewish Family Service maintains a pantry of non- pedshable kosher items, as well a kosher poultry and other perishables for those in need. Rease donate if you can. Jewish Family Sewice: 644-7593. Say 7 Saw It in HERITAGE Permanent Hair Removal Cletia H. Scott 996 Westwood Square {behind the Oviedo Inn Restaurant near Red Bug Road on S,R. 426) Convenient to the Tuscawitla, Sunrise and Oviedo areas This is a relocation of practice after seven years private practice in Tampa and three years in Atlanta. 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