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Bar Mitzvah Eric Shapiro Eric Shapiro, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell Shapiro of Maitland, will be called to theTorah as a Bar Mitzvah on the Shabbat of Sat., Feb. g, at Temple Israel. An honors student in the 7th grade at Milwee Middle School, Eric's hobbies include football, electronics, photography and wargamming. Joining Eric's family, including brother Brad, for the simcha, will be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shapiro of Maitland; and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Makeover of Atlanta, Ga., as well as family and friends from all over the country. Newcomers Child Born to Coverrnans dl and Gall have birth of their Alaine at Winter Park Jan. 24. 7 Ibs. 7 oz. and .'inches at birth. r Honey Rosen Fla., are the randparents; are Dr. (:overman of ceremony Israel, Rozwaski Announce Birth of Son Dr. Edward and Phyllis Zissman of Longwood have announced the birth of their fourth child, a son, Adam Joseph, born at Florida Hos- pital on Wed., Jan. 23. Adam weighed 8 Ibs. 6 oz. and measured 21 inches at birth. Adam's brothers and sister are Judith, David and Jonathan. Maternal grandparents are Shirley and Milton White; Frances and Aaron Zissman are the paternal grandparents. A bris was performed at the Zissman home on Wed., Jan. 30, by Dr. Steve Albert, with Rabbi Rudolph Adler officiating. holds Adam as David and Jonathan Become Grandparents Col.  are Ted and Helen Silver- th of their Martina Martina, their first child, was born weighed 7 Ibs. 14 oz. at to Lod and birth. of Denver, Maternal grandparents man of Chicago. Great grandparents are Monie and Gwen Siegel of Skokie, III. / HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. February 8. 1960. Page 9 Call Linda Amon: 645-3849 . I Some of you wonderful readers never hesitate to call me and share your nachas with HERITAGE readers. But some of you... Why not pick up the phone and let me know about your kids, your simchas, your holidays and fun. This is a people column. Be a "people" Our readers will love to read about you. Today INCA SILVER will be blowing out one more candle! Birthdays agree with her-- she's not getting older, she's just getting better! When JACK GUTSTEIN mailed away his four slides to the Minneapolis St. Paul Inter- national Exhibition of Photography he was hoping that the judges would find his work as creative as he did. Just the other day the good new arrived--he will receive a medal for his slide entitled "Corea burnoff." In addition, two other slides were accepted for publication. Incidentally, Jack's interest in photography is long- standing and he would love to share some of his ideas with other photography buffs. Director of the show, "Can Tevye Find Happiness in America" or "Fiddler on the Hoof," GILDA GUCKSTEIN, was thrilled with the warm reception her cast received. They staged a special sneak preview performance of Liberal's up-coming produc- tion for the recent state-wide 39ers convention here. Twenty-fifth wedding anniversary surprise parties BBYO to Conduct Havdailah Service For BB Meeting Members of the North Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Youth will conduct a Havdallah Service, Sat., Feb. 16, at Dis- trict 5 B'nai B'dth leadershi p and Board of Governors meet- ings being held at the Shera- ton Twin Towers from Wed., Feb. 13 through the weekend. Gary Kenzer is BBYO North Florida Council. In addition, BBYO has planned their annual '"Sweetheart Dance" for SaL, Mar. 1 at the Hotel Royal Plaza in Lake Buena Vista. information about the dance is available from Arthur Cohen, 422-4287. liary Elects, Plans New Programs of inst., Yetta Glass; conduct., Altchiler; corres, sec'y., Yed will include fund-raising plan- are always special times for the lucky couple. That's what SARA KORETZ believed when she made plans to attend one for her niece and nephew, NAOMI and MAURICE EISSNER, on January 21 in Atlanta, Ga. And she wasn't disap- pointed, though what Sara didn't expect was the royal treatment she received. "They treated me like a queen," she remarked. "My week-long stay there was full of celebration and love." Sara was also presented with a beautiful get, a music box, as a remembrance of this occasion and her family's love for her. We are happy to report that SAM ROTHENBURG is doing well after his recent stay in Winter Park Hospital. Wife MOLUE," who has his best interests at heart, says Sam is certainly up to receiving visitors and phone calls. We wish him a complete and speedy recovery. JUDY ZISSMAN's birthday this year coincided with her brother's bris on January 30-- making the day truly festive for all the Zissmans. HELEN LIEBERMAN added another year onto her life and celebrated with her' husband SID--also on January 30. You would never believe that come this Sun. Feb. 10, HUGO BUXBAUM will be 88 years old. The secret to his youthful- hess more than likely revolves around his loving wife, EDITH, and many long-time friends. Edith and her sister, HERTA WESTHEMIER, of New York will join with friends to make this day one they will all remember. And to Hugo, many more happy and healthy birthdays. Also celebrating another birthday on February l0 will be DOROTHY COHEN who will have reached her 75th. Much happiness and love to a terdfic lady. HAZEL'S HAIR HOUSE (Formerly Fields Plaza Barbershop) BARBER STYLING for the ENTIRE FAMILY Fields Plaza Lee Rd. & 17-92 , C,,,LL 647-9041 Winter Park, Fla. 9-6, Tues.-Sat. (behind Villa Nova) ORIENTAL GIFTS & GROCERY Jade Ornaments China Imports Silk Embroidery Imported Ceramics Imported Oriental Foods & Cookware Now at two locations: Palm Springs Shopping Center 515 East Altamohte Drive Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 (305) 831-5101 (next to Albertson'sJ eeeo 571 North Semoran Blvd. Orlando. FJ. 32807 (305) 273-5180 the M. War the ata of March. Commit. Ruth n; chap- Patriotic Bertha Adler; three-yr, trus., Glass; sunshine, Evelyn Shirley Sonne; two-yr, trus., Elkind; tele., Barbara Henrietta Komisar; one-yr. Goldman. trus., Gladys Becker. Past national president, Following the election, Billie Kern, and Dept. of president elect pro-tern Ruth Florida jr. v.p., Elayne Uhr, Aronson appointed the follow- conducted a seminar ing chairmen: historian, Elona involving Auxiliary insurance, Halpren; post liaison, Ruth and Tveteran, Child welfare IS ob_el; guard, Hannah and community relations ' Rosenblum; co. sr. v.p., Gloria projects of the post. Rothchild;recruithosp.,Freda The Auxiliary's next Hummel; naturalization, Yetta meeting, scheduled for Sun., Glass; rec. sec'y., Florence Feb. 24attheJCCati0a.m., CJA's Youth Division to Start '80 Drive youth success, with funds raised going directly to campaign. This year, she said, the NOAR goal has been set at $1,018. a All youth of the community JCC for are invited to participate in the p.m. kickoff of this year's NOAR JCC, campaign, and participate in last planning the youth division's IOAR," events at the February 13 m i n g meeting. Pitseleh The Jewish population of Florida is growing so fast -- some say it is already up to 500,000 and making it third among states to New York and California. ning and presentation of ...... . ................ Diane"Dlls Abramsonfr Democracy" bYof B'nai :::':::::::::=----:===-'--::::::f | HARRIETS B'rith Women. Breakfast, hosted by the Post, is optional Children's Shop at $1.50 per person. 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