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Amy is the lovely daughter of ALICE and ALEX FRIEDMAN. --Compiled by Gloria Yousha (671-2634) and HERITAGE staff While we are on the subject of good music... There will be a concert on May 1 lth, (Mother's Day) at the Jewish Community Center Audi- torium. NOVIE GREENE is bringing a string ensemble and harpsicord for an evening of Barogue music. These are all professional symphony players and the evening promises to be very entertaining. The program starts at 8 p.m. and admission is $2.50. Don't miss it! The ladies at the Congr. Ohev Shalom Sisterhood's Torah Fund Luncheon, on April 15th, were treated to much more than a delicious meal! They had the good fortune to have a marvelous guest speaker, ROCHELLE BALTUCH of North Miami Beach. Rochelle is the incoming President of the Florida Region of The Women's League of Con- servative Judaism. The children of the Hebrew Day School chorus performed a medley of beautiful songs under the direction of FAYE JESER. The soloists, MIKHAEL SER, MARC JESER and RICHARD ISRAEL, were superb. What talented children we have! LENORE and SHARON PRITZKER chaired the luncheon which was a huge success! society is crime and it's only be system. can't do the crime. be careful. cannot make Cannot say, "If fingers (or that ,) break your know that Since your only covers and the is a know that pay save a cake. you can on duty child had his hamster cage little thing a double his cage with to consider if you do who will "This hurts it hurts you" mother who at her son's he was wearing The resulting her wrist a the fillings hfraction of , t'ny oldest was of his car. as usual, I on my face a cake. re due atthe got to the Welcome to Orlando, JOE SIMMONDS! Joe moved to our fair community from Columbus, Ohio. in February and already is in love with central Florida. He particularly enjoys "all the sunshine" that allows him to play golf and all outdoor sports. This tall bachelor with light blue eyes (like Paul Newman) also enjoys dancing and good food. (Start cooking out there, ladies!) Speaking of newcomers ... LEE BRANDON OSSIN was born to ARCHIE and MYRNA OSSIN of Maitland on April _3 at Florida Hospital. Lee weighed eight ibs_ five oz.. and measured 21 inches. Grandparents, RALPH and LORRAINE SHULMAN of Coconut Creek, and SARAH OSSIN of San Francisco: and Lee's sisters, seven-year- old STACY and three-year-old JACQUELINE: as well as many friends and relatives, attended a reception held at the Ossin's home in Spring Lake Hills. Congratulations to LINDA KARP, daughter of HAROLD and SYLVIA KARP of Maitland, who graduated April ] 6 from the nursing program at Valencia Community College. Linda is a graduate of Lyman High School and attenSed Florida State University for two years before transferring to Valencia's R.N. program. Linda was joined in her celebration by brother BRUCE HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. April 25. 1980, Page 9 of Atlanta. 2t/z Ibs. lean stewing beef, cut in 1 I/2" pieces 1 V2 cups sliced onion 3 cups cooked (cooked bouillon) 1 lb. ripe, red tomatoes, peeled and slicecl or one I lb, can tomatoes pinch saffron V2 tsp. brown sugar part that said to add two eggs, I realized that I didn't have any. "Mitch, quickly go down to the store and get me some eggs." "'I can't, rm not allowed to drive." Is it his fault or mine that three of his friends saw me like that? I got the children their own phone, not because l'm a benevolent mother, or one of the idle rich, but because I wanted to be able to reach the house when I wanted to. I also did not want to be interrupted during one of my rare moments of solitude (like in the shower, coloring my hair, or trying to write) by running to the telephone to take their messages. My daughter uses it the most, so her recent misbehavior caused me to unplug her lifeline to theworld. Not, definitely not, a good idea. I tried to reach the house from the hairdresser's for one and when three straight hours of thwack-thwack-thud finally got to me, I screamed, "Balls are for playing with outside!" "Can't," he gleefully answered. 'Tm grounded." After being stripped of his ball, he decided that the dog smelled. A bath was out of the question (he and the dog agreed on that) so he doused her with my favorite perfume. But with my luck, my favorite threat will come back to haunt me. "You should grow up and have two just like your' With three kids, that's six grandchildren just like their parents. I just know that somehow, all six will get dropped off on the same day so that I can baby-sit. But I'll get mine. rll just tell them how rotten their parents were, Good casseroles, like good friends, are always there when you need them, provided that you leave yourself with LEE BRANDON OSSIN The Florida House of Representatives may notice a cute young messenger running around the state capital next week. Fifteen-year- old LORI LYN BASCH, daughter of ALAN and CELLE BASCH of Orlando, was selected by Rep. Dick Batchelor to serve as a House Messenger April 28 through May 2. Lori is a student at Edgewater High School and. has expressed future career interest in politics or engineering. She's setting a mighty good example for sisters MARCI, 13, and JULIE, hour to tell someone to turn the stove off under the beef stew. I finally ran out, dripping weL drove home, and found that I was too late. I had just cooked charcoal. When asked why she was on my phone while dinner was burning, she calmly reminded me about the useless unplugged object and. as far as the burning went, told me that shethought that I was trying another new recipe. My youngest got his (rath-'. I thiuk I got mine) by being grounded. Do you know what its like being caged witt a restless 12-year-old? He turned his bedroom into a "neat" soccer i)radice field enough time to cook them (the casseroles, not the friends). If your family has been living on frozen dinners, quick meals and carryouts for too long and they threaten revolt, try this one. Or make it the night before. Or make it until the last step the night before. Any way you choose, it's delicious. CARBONNADE OF BEEF I C. white wine or beef bouillon I 10 oz. pkg. frozen cut corn, cooked and drained 2 Tbsp. olive oil and his wife SUSAN of seven, dancing. Longwood, and brother JEFFREY and his wife DIANE , rice in more An exciting ... Newly-installed officers of the B'nai B'rith Women of Orlando received VIP (Very Involved Persons) hats and instruction of their duties from DIANE ABRAMSON at a luncheon last week. Delegates were elected at the luncheon to attend the south coastal Regional Convention of B'nai B'rith to be held in Miami Beach May 3- 5. They include FREDA KERBEN, TOBY KAYE, DIANE ABRAMSON and PEARL BROWN. 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Auction by Marina Art Auction Gallery, Nyack, N.Y. for you and your friends Saturday evening, May 3 at Congr. of Liberal Judaism 928 Malone Drive Orlando pinch cinnamon salt and pepper Combine cooked rice and corn; set aside. Heat oil in skillet, add meat, brown well. Lift browned meat to a 3 qt. casserole. Lower heat under skillet, add onions, saute lightly. Add onions to meat. Pour fat from skillet, add wine. heat and stir to loosen browned juices. Pour over meat. Add tomatoes, saffron, brown sugar and cinnamon to casserole. Salt and Pepper to taste. Cover. Bake at 325 degrees for 1% ro 2 hours (until meat is tender). Remove casserole from oven, skim off fat. Add rice and corn; more wine if necessary to keep mixture moist. Cover. Bake 30 minutes longer, That and a salad and French bread should satisfy the heartiest of appetites. HAPPY CALORIES! HRT HUCTION