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Page 16, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, March 28. i060 i Orlando Youth Sail Away for CJA ABOUT 120 ORLANDO youth gathered at Walt Disney World to sail away on a cruise down the Seven Seas Lagoon last Saturday, sponsored by the NOAR Youth Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign, and coordinated by Elyse Tannenbaum, shown above co:lecting pledges which totalled nearly $2,000. At right, just having plain fun are (I to r) Batya Rozwaski, Jill (or Is that twin sister Julle?) Appelbaum, Sara Karen, Jody Gardberg and Julie (?) Appelbaum. HERITAGE photos by Jerry Tannenbaum E! Paso Man Celebrates 13th Birthday at Age 52 by Joseph Polakoff WASHINGTON (JTA)--At the age of 52, Gilbert Schrier celebrated his 13th birthday and his Bar Mitzvah in Temple Mount Sinai, the Reform synagogue in El Paso. How come? Schrier was born in a Leap Year--Feb. 29, 1928--and therefore his birthday comes only once every four years. "My father was a deeply religious man," Schrier recalled in a telephone interview. "One of the disappointments of his life was that I wasn't Bar Mitzvah. This was a chance for me to make up for it." Schrier; born in Chicago where his late fatherl Henry Israel Schrier, was a small dry goods merchant, is a member of Temple Mount Sinai where his two sons had their Bar Mitzvahs and his two daughters were confirmed. /I/lYRON',00 D LI Since 1975 KOSHER and KOSHER STYLE Delicatessen- Restaurant- Caterers Myron and his'staff wish everyone a WE WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL DURING PASSOVER SPECIAL PASSOVER SELECTIONS _ Available Tues. APRIL ! thru Tues. APRIL 8 Cold Beet BORSCHT ................... cup 85, bowl $1.25 i ',ith Nour ('ream ..............................................,..,,o,..,...2r extra Homemade SPINACH SOUP ...... cup 85, bowl $1.25 with Nmr (/ream (*,erred cold) ************************************************** extra GEFll.TE FISH, 2 pieces .................................... $2.95 On a bed (If lettuce with tomatl and I)r,eradih -- ( h.ice of Naiad " HERRING TIDBITS ........................................... $2.75 in (ream .r ine Nauce with %liced r.mat. -- ( hoice ,)f Naiad --I.OX or NOVA PI.ATTER ................................. $4.50 with (ream ( heee. Nliced I.mato and Onion  ( h.i('e .f Naiad SALAD PLATTER ............................................. $3.50 (hE,ice of I.t)ur Nalad - SALAMI AND EGGS ......................................... $3.25 m. Pa.cake NI If -- ('hoice .f Naiad " MATZOH MEAL I,ATKES ................................ $2.75 ( hoice o( Ni)ur ( ream ()r tLpllleauce - MATZOH BRIE .................................................. $2.75 Pancake NiXie or Ncattered l( h.ice of Nour ( ream r 'H)l)leauee} Matzoh and Sweet Butter Served with A bove Items ..ms " EGG KICHEI,, 3 pieces .......................................... 35 MACAROONS, 3 pieces ........................................ 50 SPONGE CAKE ..................................................... 75 BROWNIES ............................................................ 75 - A II Regular Sandwiches A vailable on Matzoh - - __  'l + -- -- --- ,  -- = Charge Cards Accepted -- Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. -- Closed Sunday LIVE OAKS CENTER -- CASSELBERRY 831-3433 .,to.,.m, or,.s,l-t+w+,+.+,m+ ...... +-.4130-8GG2 I Plenty of toe tappin' and knee slappin' will be going on as six top bluegrass groups "get it on" at Florida Cypress Garden's Spring Bluegrass Festival April 12 and 13. Headlining the festival will be "Seldom Scene" making their first Florida appearance. Florida's original Cracker Carl Allen will be master of ceremonies while five other well known groups will be pickin', grinnin' and fiddlin'-- Carl Young and the Boggy Creek Bluegrass; The Blue- grass Little Bits; The Bluegrass Gospel Train; James Rogers and the Rogers Family; and Paul Champion and the Florida Bluegrass Boys. The festival begins in the "'Gardens of the World" after the I 0 a.m. water ski show. The Annie Russell Summer Theatre is holding auditions for its summer Repertory Company. The theatre will offer four plays in rotation, June 18 through August 3. The company needs actors of varying ages, and several Black and child actors and actresses. Technical positions are also available. For infor- mation about auditions, call the Annie Russell Theatre at 646-250 I. Tennessee Williams' SIX OF THE TOP bluegrass groups In converge for the Florida Cypress Bluegrass Festival, April 12 and 13. The weekend bluegrass festival is an added Garden visitors since there charge. Pulitzer prize winning drama, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," will be presented by the Valencia Character Company in the new Valeria Community Col- lege Performing Arts Center on April 3, 4 and 5. Curtain time will be 8 p.m. Tickets of $4 tor adults and $2 for stu- dents may be reserved by LUNCHEON SPECIAL Mon.-Sat. from $1.50 with free soup I Every couple for dinner will get 2 FREE EGG ROLLS and 2 FOR 1 BEER! | I U 2 o..o ,..', ,_  ,_, L wE r..,E "-' sj o_ 2 L _ Come to NAM ON for the best Chinese cuisine and the most reesonaMe prices. CANTONESE & HONG KONG STYLE Take-Out Orders Welcome Phone: 828-0970 1881 W. FAIRBANKS AVE. Open Daily-11-11 WINTER PARK, FL 32789 _.Sunday--4:30-11 is no calling the Center box office Tickets the door. The Winter alive Tuesday, Mar' "Rhythm choir from School of Fort performed a selections, in( Ellington and numbers and Broadway "They're and "Ain't LAMPLIGH"