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HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, May 11, 1979 Fage 11 Pr P.rll, Adler 328 ! 0 P.m.; Sat., 9.00 Sat., 10, Thurs,, 7 a.m.; Jessel 32937 )'.; Sat., 9:30 leader 32763 P,I. 32720 ry month, at Palm Bay at Palm Maccabian Tennis Open JCC, Temple Israel Threaten Ends On Winning Note Beth Am for Softball Lead Another successful Maccabian Open tennis championship netted victories for several duos last Sunday at the JCC tennis courts. Skip and Linda Thorpe won the Mixed Doubles with 1-6, 6- 3, 6-3, victory over Richard and Sharon Trapp. In the Women's Open, it was Mary Steffenhagen and Mary Anne Rante defeating Chris Rudolph and Sue Thorpe, 3-6, 6-2, 6-1. Rick Herbert and Skip Thorpe defeated Ken Anstadt and Andrew Falana, 6-4, 6-1. Club championship. Winners of the Consolation events were Joe McRaney and Judy Peters over Alan Drucker and Andi Eliscu, 6-7, 6-3, 6-2, Mixed Club; Mike Feldman and Dick Weiner over Bob Kress and Duane Sheriff, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, in Men's Open; and Hugh Perirnan and Dr. Butler over Stu Arost and David Garsh, 6-3, 6-0, in Men's Club. A total of 8] teams were entered this year. Despite four days of rain during the two weeks of the tournament, directors Mike and Laura Feld- man brought the finals off as Women's Club finalists, Pat scheduled as one of the high- Richardson and Greta Shores lights of Israel Independence defeated Cookie Ritter and Day. Phyllis Englander, 6-4, 6.4. The Maccabian, with some While Bob Fulmer and Jamie 33 sponsors, has become the Dodderidge defeated Joe tournament one of the Williams and Verle Thomp- hhliqhts of the centrH , -- -- (] son, &4, 6-2, for the Men s Florida tennis scene. =k* Safety Workshop Planned The Central Florida Safety Council will conduct a two-day "Hazardous Materials Workshop," Mon.-Tues., June 1 1-12, at the Safety Councirs headquarters, Colonial Plaza. The workshop will include discussion about labeling and placarding; safety of hazardous materials in storage; hazardous materials in transit; driver training and vehicle safety; setting up a safety program, safety equipment; basis of hazardous material and pre-planning a hazardous materials incident. Registration fee of $1.50 includes handout material, workbook and refreshments. To register, mail check to: Central Florida Safety Council, 2712 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, Fla. 32803. For further information, call 896-1894. .-.. , Obimanm00-= DR. JOSEPH G. SELTZER, 7], of Orlando, died in Toronto, Canada, last week. A native of Toronto, Dr. Seltzer moved to Orlando in 1937. He practiced internal medi- cine for 40 years in Orlando and had been director of the Florida National Bank and a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Council for the U.S. Navy League. He was a member of many medical organizations, including American Medical and Florida Medical associa- tions and a member and former president of Congr. of Liberal Judaism. He is survived by daughters, Mrs. Carol Rose and Mrs. Georganne Greenstein, Toronto; brothers, Edward, Providence, R.I.; Morris,- Daytona Beach; and Ben- jamin, Hollywood, Fla.; sisters, Mrs. Ida Lester, Mrs. M. Fallick and Mrs. H. Off- stein, Toronto. Funeral arrangements made by Fairchild Funeral Home, Orlando. MR. ABE L. GROSSMAN, 85, of Orlando died last week. Born in Louisville, Ky., he moved to Orlando from Akron, Ohio in 1939. He was owner and operator of Grossman Carpets. He is survived by wife, Rose Goldman. Funeral arrange- ments made by Fairchild Funeral Home, Orlando. CAMPIN6 SUPPLIES Trunks, lockers, blankets, boots, tents, jackets, thermals, rainwear, fatigues, painter pants, jeans and much more. AL'S ARMY STORE 406 W. Church St. Orlando, Florida 425 -4932 AI & Mollie Siskind Fayge Crasnow -YOUR MAN I , O'NEIL I LEE & WEST, INC. Tony Roth Tony Roth is the you. Tony Roth, man you can depend your man at O'Neil on at O'Neil Lee & Lee & West, who'll West Insurance talk your language. Agency. Tony has 23 iJ years of experience i in the Casualty Field, and invites you to call for an explana- T .'lrT'l. J tion of how replace- "'rv"JEf-", TT(. ment cost coverage 797N Orange Avenue for the home or Orlando, Florida 32802 business can benefit Phone: (305) 425-3411 i JCC and Temple Israel tightened the Jewish Softball League's second half race as their victories Sunday pulled them closer to second half leader Beth Am who was idle last week. Tight pitching by Stan Harris and a game-winning homerun by Randy Grossman brought JCC a 4-2 win over Ohev and within a half-game of Beth Am. Temple Israel came within one game of the leaders with an easy ]2-1 win over AZA. Homeruns by Larry Roth and Steve Coenson supplied the big blasts for the winners, for the chance to meet first- while Arthur Cohen hit a four- half champion Liberal soft- bagger for/.A, bailers. Play resumes next In other action, Liberal Sunday morning at the JCC managed a 16.5 win over softball diamonds. GORFTY despite great playing by Lee Bembaum, Andy Kaplan and Steve Bembaum, LEAGUE STANDING Nell Goldstein was the losing pitcher. Liberal hurler Ray Won Lost PCT. GBL Bedinger spaced out six hits, including 3 for 3 by GORFrY Beth Am 4 0 1.00 -- JOG 4 1 .800 ', Johnny Buke, while Gary Temple Sabin, Harvey Roth and Jim Israel 3 1 .750 I Hauser paced the hitting. Liberal 2 3 .400 2Vz With just two weeks of Ohev I 3 250 3 regular play remaining, three  I 3 2.50 3 teams remain in the running GORFTY 0 4 .000 4 N Southern Photo ,, [iii] , Photography by Sim H H n/,f,, Weddlnge p-.po,.. ,o', I liil ', ,)' Photo Supplies fi!l  (/LJ 'ii Cameras Strobes Frames Matts I fill [ ",rF" 3184 E. Colonial l lill Bar Mitzvah o..n..o.-s., H, T:r"rd:: :'aZnal-5 896" 1724 |;;;;;;;;;;'.-:-;:'2::--';'..:;:;;;;;:;;:;;:;;;:;;;;;;;;: STAMPS -- an unusual and educational gift for the entire family! A family oriented hobby that is both educational and fun. Stamp kits available for beginners. Buying and selling at reasonable prices with knowledge and courtesy. Investment plans carefully thought out and tailored to your needs. All supplies discounted. Member: A SDA, A PS, GpS, B/A, A A MS U.S. & Foreign Stamps & Covers Our Specialties: U.S.. European & British Stamps + Zeppelin Flights. ,.,,,,...,,o..,o.--..,***..o .* Michael Rogers 340 PARK AVE. 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