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it date at noon. say the lings, as Saturday of Libera annual follies. included: BERN. MIKE GUCK. ANDREW CINDY MANN, LARRY GARY JERRY STEIN Were crew talent and to all the the Award Israel of with Batya, see the in such I. ut to JILL s today. Obey services One. grand. JODI )ER, and the ation will service. Will host Cabinet "There's the 6. Call BEVERLY ROSENBERG DOROTHY GOLUB BEVERLY ROSENBERG and.DOROTHY GOLUB have all our best wishes as they enter the work force with Friends of Public Broadcasting. Beverly was elected vice;president and Dorothy will sewe as secretary for 1979. Let's all help them to help us bring better programming into our homes. ELAINE DRUMMOND, husband, FRANK, and son, ZACHARY, are enjoying their family. Elaine's brother, ED, AND MINDY MOSS from St. Louis, have been visiting and staying with Ed's parents, ETTA AND CHARLES MOSKOWlTZ. Also visiting, but for several months, are snow birds, BERTHA, FRIEDA, AND DOROTHY GL,TER from Connecticut who are Zachary's great aunts. Welcome, ya'll, and enjoyyour stay in sunny Florida. KATE CHAMIKLES (LYA EISENBERG'S morn) from Brooklyn, N.Y., has been visiting recently. Her first stop was in Seminole, Fla. where she visited her son, SABERT, and wife, ARLFIN (former Orlandoans) for two weeks. We're glad you visited and by now Kate's back home in the coldness of N.Y.'s winter We all join SNv AND MOLLIE ROTHENBURG in wishing JACK LICHT a speedy recovery. ELAINE AND MORTON J, BERKSON of Maitland are proud and rightly so. They just learned that their daughter, SHERRI, has just made dean's list at Sophie Newcomb College of Tulane University. Sherri is a second year English major who plans to major in pre-law. Somebody up there and lots of people down here joined forces in prayers and they were acknowledged! JESSE BERMAN is recupera- ting now (and keep it up) in Fla. Hospital after spending two weeks in Orange Park Hospital in Orange Park, Fla. Eighteen-year-old Jesse was the victim of a pedestrian/car accident and spend many days in intensive care and in critical condition. Numerous bones and both legs were broken but he will be up and about before we know it (won't you, Jesse?). Parents, MARILYN and RON BERMAN, of Maitland, report that Jesse will probably be in the hospital for several weeks longer They have only praise for the kindness of the people, complete strangers mind you, in Orange Park who offered their kindness, their homes and their help during this difficult time. On hand to help the Bermans through their crises was one familiar face, RABBI GARY PERRAS. -ORI, Pox. of the JANET AHD IV/ARVIN BURICK All our best wishes to JANET and MARVIN BURICK of Orlando who are celebrating their 40th anniversary this Sat., Mar. 3, at Temple Israel. The Shabbat Kiddush luncheon will be hosted by their children, SANDY and ELLIOT BURICK and JOYCE and HERB SWARZMAN. More than 400 people MURRAY ANDELMAN will attended Shabbat services at receive the first honorary Congr. Ohev Shalom last membership as a Hadassah Friday night for LISA Associate on March 6 at HABERMAN. And Sunday, Congr. Ohev Shalom, as a Feb. 25 about sixty of her special thanks for all the friends from all the kindness he has shown. Special belated birthday wishes to SAM ROTHEN- BURG of Maitland who just celebrated his 70th birthday. Many more happy and healthy birthdays, Sam! SHIELA WELSHER and a dedicated group of people from all youth groups and synagogues in the Orlando area are finally getting the act together for the March l 1 Purim Carnival to be held at Congr. of Liberal Judaism. Watch for details and watch your mail for more informa- tion, but most of all, plan to be there. Oh yes, advance tickets for all game booths are now available at all four synagogue offices and religious schools at a cost of 8 tickets for $1. Go the fun! synagogues joined her at Sargeant Pepper's. You'U never guess who won the dance contest -- Lisa and partner, RANDY SHAMS t CLAIRE BORK, TILUE LASSK'S sister, visited, if you could call it a visit. En route home to New Haven Conn. from Miami, Claire had 20 hours to visit with her sister. BUt 20 hours is better than no hours and we're glad you "stopped by." s00ramrmc A T $ 79.00 It's so nice hearing from y'all -- just keep those calls and letters coming (I love photos also, so take a picture of your happening and send it on in.) DING CO. - MATTRESS SETS I 're $329.00 I I '- Free Delivery Zstnblished 124 flwy. 436 Since 1959 Seminole Plaza BUTLER PLAZA (HOWELL BRANCH RD. AT RI". 436) CASSELBERRY 10 a.m.-6 p.m. -- Sat. ....,.,,,.,,, [ 671-2424 HERITAGE, Florida Jewish New=, March 2, 1979 Page 7 Goidiez Announce Birth of Daughter Brian and Audrey Goldiez of Longwood, announce the birth of a daughter, Jill Lauren, born Men., Feb. 19, at Florida Hospital. Jill weighed 9 Ibs., 5 OZS, Grandparents are Jerry and Ellie Wasserman of Altamonte Springs, and Ruth Goldiez of St. Louis. Jill is the third child in the Goldiez family Sister Alison is five-years-old, and brother Robbie is three-years-old. JILL GOLDIEZ Third Child Born to Sniads Ruth and Moishe Sniad of Altamonte Springs, announce the birth of their third child, Erica Heather, born Sun., Feb. 18, at Flodda Hospital. Erica weighed 8 Ibs. | 4 ozs. Grandparents are Aaron and Pola Sniad and Dora Liebeskind of Miami Beach. Erica has two sisters, six- year-old Tamara, and three- year-old Kara. Chaverot in 'Sat. Nite Fever' A Saturday Night Fever Review, sponsored by the Chaverot Group of the Orlando Chapter of Hadassah, will be held Sat., Mar. 24, 730 p.m., at the Altamonte Spdngs Civic Center. Tickets are $12.50 per person and include dinner, show, door prizes and awards for the best costume of the '40's and '50's. For tickets and reservations, call Sadie Wolff at 896-3688 or Marge Pariser at 422-7339. OPTICAL i ,I , SERVICES the high ,fashion lOOk at Bargain Basement Prices! Single Vision Lenses with Frames $35.00 Bifocal with Frames $45,00 Designer Name Frames Slightly Higher By Appointment Only Call After 5:00 p.m. 834-3573 AVOn Futures $35,000 CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS Rosemont Country Club Orlando Women's tennis never looked so good! See the finest tennis players in the world compete for top prize money in the most presigious tournament. TOURNAMENT DATES Time General Tuesday thru Thursday Admission March 13-15 6:30 P.M. $2 Friday, March 16 6:30 P.M. $3 Saturday, March 17 7:00 P.M. $5 Sunday, March 18 1:00 P.M. $5 General Admission Tickets On Sale at (6 St Gox 1 ALL BARNETT BANKS and ROSEMONT COUNTRY CLUBpresented by j Sst;iTeSBx For Ticket Information PHONE (305) 898-8822