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Page 6, HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. May 16. 1980 Jewish Singles Plan Weekend of Activities Orlando Singles will host a Spring Singles weekend for young Jewish adults ages 18- 35. The Memorial Weekend event will be held at the John Newcombe Tennis Resort. Activities will include an outdoor barbeque, tennis workshops, volleyball, swimming, banquet dinner with entertainment and hotel accomodations. Surrounding the area are such resorts as Disney, Sea thank You "Please" and "Thank you" are words you don't hear too often in business deal- ings anymore. Sometimes, in the rush, even we forget. To our customers who get out the door without it, we say "Thank you." To those people who need quick, economical . printing: "Please try us." Boyd & Judy McClaskey Owners,Operators LIVE OAKS CENTER Casselberry, FI 331-1001 World, River Country and Circus World. Transportation is not included in the $65 cost per person. Further information is available at the Jewish Community Center. Call 645-5933. Temple Israel Schedules Confirmation Temple Israel will hold its confirmation ceremony on Tues., May 20, 8:15 p.m., at the synagogue. A reception will follow the ceremony in honor of confirmants Armand Fstroff, Pennie Hanin, Mark Israel, Bruce Snyder, Lynda Schwalb, Adam Brenner, Rona Lieberman, Susan Brenner, David Brenner and Leslie Silverman. American Express Travel Service for all your travel needs • Tours & Cruises • Air tickets • Business travel • American Express Travelers Cheques • Extended payment plans for American Express® cardmembers Longwood Travel Agency I t,llRV*(xld Villain• ,h.ppin ('nlr. I-4 & live). 434 1305) 339-6727 Dell•ha Travel Agency 27 l)clhma I'la/a [)ellI.la (305l 668-4418 Repr•sentativ• "OIOIOlllOltlOmilelolomolonoloOolenl| CLAIRE CHEPENIK (shown at right standing) instructs the SAT preparation course now in session Monday nights at the Jewish Community Center. HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coenson-Roth Good Preparation for SAT Exam Leads Students to College Life Test taking can be trying for anyone, especially if its a deciding factor when applying for college admission. Nearly 50 Jewish community youths have advanced to college with the help of a preparatory course offered at the Jewish Community Center, to enhance test-taking techniques for the college requirement Scholastic Aptitude Test. , Since 1978, Jayne Drucker, M.S. Psychology, and Claire Chepenik, M. Ed. Guidance and Counseling, have coordinated and instructed the SAT preparatory class at the JCC, held three times a year. Math sections have been reviewed by Paul Hartle, teacher at Edgewater High School. The course prepares students for the college entrance exam by reviewing all sections of the test -- English, vocabulary, mathematics, etc. -- and familiarizing students with. its format. The next session will begin in August to prepare students for the SAT exam offered in October. The success rate of the course is evident by where former students are now: Bruce Albertson - Colorado University Reid Berman - University of Georgia Monique Boyd - University of California David Brenner - University of Florida Marc Brenner- University of Florida Craig Coenson - Tulane University Robin Drucker - Cornell University Mitch Englander - Ithaca College Sara Estroff - University of Alabama Liz Fried - University of Florida Maren Gamsen - University of South Florida Gary Gtasser Emory University Richard Goodis - University of Florida Sam Goss - Rollins College Allison Guber - Newcomb College of Tulane University Susan Guber - Vanderbilt Bob Kast - Oxford College of Emory University Larry Katz - University of Florida Betsy McKenzie - University of Alabama Douglas Metzger . Loyola University Faith Miller - University of South Florida Did you ever notice that trying too hard at something only makes it worse? Like coming up to bat in the last of the ninth inning, bases loaded, two outs, and your team is losing. You just know you'll strike out. Or taking a test that will mean pass. or fail for the course? Tension won't let you remember who was buried in Grant's Tomb, much less the date of the Norman Conquest. Aaron User - Central Florida Steven User Community Joel Peisner - Brian Pensacl Massachusetts Rob Reich- Fu Nancy Rossman University David Schick - College Philip Schwalb University Lori Stein - Elyse College Gil Tenzer - University Ben Weiner - Florida Jeff Weiss - Florida Mark Winton - Central Florida Debbie Wise - University • .... i •, Tha _qnrnl:}r,, Books & Records • --,.....,. v,.,.-.-.... 1 IsRaeli Irrporat & JcarJiccz Jewelry • A Unique Gifts e ll The same thing is true J.,. Religious Articles  about writing a humor • II B I X ,-,' X I I Needlecrafl oll column. You try to remember I i Kosher Candy  your week. Was there anything funny about it? We giJt wrap, nail & deliver Imprinted Invitations o m Yes, I remembered, and no, • HOURS: Man-Sat 10-5 .......... m I Anytime by Appointment ::]IU,-I:IjIU"I4IU : there wasn't. Unless, of I Authorized representative or Encyclopedia Judaica I course, you consider a trip to 1 132A Live Oaks Center • Casselberry, FL 32707 Z your local dar repair shop • uomomomomouomomomomomomomomo•ononon•nv • ,-- ; , .......... . ...... If you know someone Jewish in your area, who is not receiving HERITAGE, please send us their name for the ... check one: I-I Pincllas Edition E] Orlando Edition NAME ..................................................................................... PHONE ........................... ADDRESS ................................................................................... API. tt ............................ CITY, STATE ................................................................................ ZIP: .......................... "... NAME ..................................................................................... I'IIONI:. .................. ADDRESS ................................................................................. API.# ......... CITY, ffrATE ............................................................................ ZIP: ....... (I se sepxrale sheel (ff Il.'r for xddilional llan.',,) Send to: HERIT.4(;E, P.O. Box 742, I.'ern Park, I,1. 32730 or call (305) 834-8787 or 834-8277 in I.ern Park i* funny. The owner is a prince of a guy. He breaks bad news gently. But his mechanic? He has the carside manner of a Ben Casey. (You remember not-so-gentle Ben. He would read a patient's chart, look the poor sucker straight in the eye and say, "Ynu're going to die.") Butch is the same way. He opened the hood, made a few clucking sounds, and said, "Boy, is this going to cost you plenty." That wasn't funny. The harder I tried to think of amusing things, the more horrible they sounded. SO I. went to my trusty sourse of humorous homilies, my family. I asked my big (6'4V/') son if there had been some touching little event that had happened this past week. He told me that my coming into the gym, asking if my little boy was finished, was definitely not funny. So I tried my daughter. Was there anything she found funny this past week? She told me no, unless I wanted to consider that outfit I wore whe I picked her up at the mall. My youngest was no better, so I searched for my husband. I found him hiding in the bathroom, where he always goes when he wants pea(e and quiet for reading. The only thing he could think of was my trying to get into last year's bathing suit. He's no beauty, either. Instead of being funny, I remembered my week and cried. If I had tried any harder, they would have to carry rne away. Maybe I can make your week a little better with some good recipes. They pay fortunes for these cookies, and for tote bags, tee-shirts, little tins, and anything else bearing the name of Famous Amos. Never before, did a cookie have its own store in fancy malls, or an entire section in exclusive depart- ment stores. Now, at less the price, you can have them made at home. FAMOUS AMOS Chocolate Chip Cookies 1 c. margarine at room temp. % c. firmly packed light brown sugar % c. granulated sugar 1 tsp, vanilla ] tsp. water 2 medium sized eggs 2% c. sifted, all-purpose flour I tsp. baking soda 2 c. raisins ! 2 ozs. semi-sweet chocolate bits 1 c. chopped walnuts I. In the large bowl of an electric mixer, beat margarine, sugars, vanilla, water and eggs until creams and thoroughly blended. 2. By hand, baking well-blended, stir chocolate bits anCli 3. Drop dough onto sheet, leaving ] cookies for 4. Bake at 37.5 eight minutes or are browned. minute longer crisper cookies. six dozen It's almost what better treat Blintzes. CHEESE Batter: 3 eggs 1 c. milk n/2 tsp. salt 2 Tbsp. salad oil % c. flour butter for frying Beat the eggs, # salad oil together. Heat a little skillet. Pour tablespoons of tilting the pan bottom. Let then carefully tu napkin, Filling: 4 c. drained 2 egg yolks 1 V2 tsp. salt 2 Tbsp. 4 Tbsp. sugar 2 tsp. Beat the " salt and butter lemon juice ands one heaping filling along one pancake. in and roll up like You can fry butter or bake degree oven Makes about sour cream. \