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Page 8. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 25, 1980 Women's Tennis Strategy Clinics, Summer Doubles Play Slated atJCC The Jewish Community Each clinic costs '$5 and will Center will offer four ladies be limited to eight persons. To tennis clinics on Mondays, sign up, or for further from 9:30- 1 1:30 a.m., information, call the Center at beginning May 5. 645-5933. Each clinic will concentrate on different tennis techniques A Ladies Day Tennis wilt including doubles strategy, begin June 10 and continue volley/overhead, forehand/ through the summer, meeting backhand, and serve/return of on Tuesdays from 9.11:30 serve/net play. a.m. at the Center. Each ,k , Central Florida's Most Complete SPRINGS PLAZA S.R. 434 & Montgomery Road L0ngwood, Flu. 949 S. Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla. VISA & MASTER CHARGE . . ,, _-__  __ _-. GOURMET PASTRIES Butter Makes the Difference 3212 E. CURRY FORD RD. (DOVER SHOPPING CENTER) 898-9561 person is requested to bring a can of balls. Partners for doubles play will be drawn each week. For further information, call Suzie at 834-9462 or Anita at 834-6062. A beginners tennis clinic will be held Fri., May 9, from 9- 10:30 a.m Cost is $5 and will be limited to six persons. For information, call the JCC at 645-5933. ORT to Begin Chapter at Williamsburg The Orlando Area Council of ORT announces the formation of a new ORT Chapter in central Florida's new development, Williams- burg. A tea will be held Thurs., May 8, 2 p.m. at the Lime Tree Club House at Williamsburg, located north of Disney World. All prospective members are invited to attend and learn about the ORT movement. Refreshments will be served. For further information, call Shirley Baron at 862-6047, or Beth Loberant at 869-5510. B'nai Mitzvah i Lore Beth Mandel Lore Beth Mandel, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mandel of Indialantic, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on the Shabbat of April 25-26 at Congr. Ner Tumid. Loft Beth is in the ninth grade at Hoover Junior High School. She is a member of the Hawkettes Dance-drill team and captain of the gymnastics team. She has been central Florida's gymnastics champion twice and a member of the State Champion Gymnastics Team of 1977. She has been studying ballet for eight years and is a member of the local ballet troupe. Her hobbies include candle collecting, fishing and swimming. Sharing in the family's simcha will be Lore Beth's brother, David; grandfathers, Joseph Mandel of Miami Beach and Arnold Madison of Miami; uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mandel of Miami Shores, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mandel of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grossberg of Hollywood; ',e......e.,.e.e.......'......... l Young Singles =  ..'-.-' f , Set Date for  ADVICEBY    Spring Weekend  ';"r , ee The Young Jewish Singles /' y _ --/  will sponsor its first annual Southeast Singles Spring i l': " "J i __ j,. I[ :-, H _ e holiday, May 23_25._j , e: theWeekendThe JohnWeekenddUringNewcombeWillthe beMemrialheld at 4 il : :tI2 vacatehal Resrt and w"' " "  : tennis workshops. The -4J) include free early morning m  Y. ",.,11 is one of L3i t, sY  complex has 17 tennis courts, the most : swimming pool and lounge unusual showrooms in the country  right and is located 15 minutes here in Central Florida ... over 20,000 corn- from Disney, Sea World, binations of tables, ch chinas ... am. $ Circus World, Wet and Wild Wendu Jill Esko . shape, any' color ... in lucite, mica, chrome, : and River Country. Fee of $65 includes room Wendy Jill Esko, daughter of Lynn Esko and the late Mr. Sid Esko, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on the Shabbat of April 25-26 at Temple Israel. Wendy is in the seventh grade at Maitland Junior High School where she has been selected to serve on the school yearbook staff. She has won several writing awards and enjoys creative writing, swimming and playing the piano. Joining in the family's simcha will be Wendy's sisters, Debbie and Shelly; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Delman of Sarasota and Mr. and Mrs. AI Axelrod of Clearwater. Entertaining out-of-town relatives and guests with a luncheon and Sunday brunch will be Dr. and Mrs. George Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Huller, Dr. and Mrs. Irv Kolin, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Meitin, Dr. and Mrs. Larry Richman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schick, Dr. and Mrs. Henry glass, andwood.  (double occupancy) dinner Why not have exactly what you desire in din- : Friday and Saturday nights, mg fm'niture ... We will help design and breakfast Sunday morning coordJdtlale to yol persona] taste. Excellent : and entertainment. Single : service arid inInll.iale delivery ... ]it's get : occupancy is available for an : together to provide you with a perfect dining additional $1 Z grouping or accent piece to compliment your ,- home. JudyFOrschifffurtheratinformation'645-5933. call =. I;lll$1C00lllelte00.00...: =o4 s.  S.,  i To Donate Open 7 Days Plxme 275-3131 e e The Orlando Soviet Jewry resettlement task force requests that all persons who would like to donate items for the Russians coming to Orlando should call the Jewish Family Service office at 644-7593 before bringing items to the office. and cousins, Andrea Brow, Susan, Tracy and Jilt John, Marie and Erin Mandel. TaUu Tally Helman, son of Marjorie Helman of Maitland, will be Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on the April 25-26 at Congr. of Liberal J Tally is in the seventh grade at Junior High School where he trumpet in the intermediate soccer for the Maitland Soccer collects models. Sharing in the family's Tally's grandparents, Mr. and Rubin of Miami and Mr. and Helman of Sarasota. I I I OVERWEIGH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Schilowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Tannenbaum and Dr. and Widerman. The Wieder Chiropractic Health Center is offering a behaviorial modification do-it-yourself program developed by two professors of Health Education at a prominent midwestern university. Recent clinical studies indicate behaviorial modification is almost TWICE AS EFFECTIVE as medical diet programs. If you'd like to lose 10 pounds or more, youcan volunteer today by contacting the doctor listed below. The only charge is a small fee for your per- sonal behavior modification manual. Our Advertisers Want to Know. Tell Them You Saw It in HERITAGE IIII II Cai00 i.qrap00tor----- 3 VOLUNTEER NOW! Dr. Neal Wieder ID.C.I 350 N. Hwv. 17-92 CASSELBERRY 834-7774 , envelopes stationery New Ohev Shalom To Perform April 25 The newly formed Congr. Ohev Shalom choir will give its first performance Fri., Apr. 25, at Shabbat service beginning at 8:15 p.m. The choir consist of director Faye Jeser, Susan Caine. Kalter, Zane Ornstein, Mal Robert Sharon prit: Schwartz and Orlando Brandeis To Install New Officers The Orlando chapter of president. Brandeis University Women will hold its installation of Coffee and officers on May 15, 7:30 p.m., served. at the Citrus Club. Installing reservations. officer will be Esther Schwartz, 831-7842, or immediate past national 327-0091.