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May 26, 1978

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Pap 12, Friday, May 26, ]978, HERITAGE JWV Convention To Honor Ann Marcus ANN MARCUS Ann Marcus, Florida Departmental President of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, will preside at the departmental convention to be held at the Carillon Hotel in Miami Beach. In ap- preciation of the long years of auxiliary service, Marcus (wife of Morris Marcus of Orlando) will be honored at a iii ii m testimonial banquet during the convention, which will in- clude 26 chapters of the Auxiliary. $oo President of the Orlando JWV Auxiliary', Dorothy Golub, serves as dept. president Marcus' chief aide and will serve as a member of the convention caucus par- ty. She requests that mem- bers of the community in- terested in serving the com- munity through Auxiliary membership call her for fur- ther information - 293-3067. o0o HERITAGE apologizes for inadvertantly misidentifying Dorothy Golub as Dorothy Cohen in its issue of May 19. The JWV Auxiliary is a separate charter organization from the JWV Post 759. JFS Mitzvah Line 644-7593 ::-]L:5!!:+i: HeritagePhoto 1978 Maccabian Opens Eighty-five tennis teams will participate in the 1978 Mac- cabian Open Championships which began earlier this week at the Orlando JCC. The Championships, chaired by Mike and Laura Feldman, include women's doubles, men's doubles, and mixed doubles and will run through San., June 4. In the above photograph, two entrants, Carol Rosenberg and Judy Volpert, add another name to the growing list of donors, while chairperson Laura Feldman (r), JCC athletic director Eve Hamburger (1), and JCC tennis pro Hamlet D'alvarez, look on. All proceeds from the 1978 Maccabian Open Cham- piouships will go to the JCC general operating fund, to be used for the health and physical education program. Every fourth year, proceeds from these games help subsidize American athletes attending Maccabian games in Israel. ii Jill 11 i i ( i 00PAGHETTI STATIO],00 A landmark of the finest in spaghetti dining in warm, fun filled surroundings of stately railroad nostalgia. You'll sit among railroad cars that are a part of the history of the Seaboard Coast Line and Florida E. Coast Railroad. Beautiful antiques traced from the famous Windsor Hotel of Americus, Gear- gia and stately southern depots surround you. Look closely and you might even see the shotgun holes in the side of the old caboose -- from the days of the early free-for-all railroad labor strikes. Join us and enjoy your stay. Spaghetti with Rich Meat Sauce ............... .2.95 Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce and Fresh Mushrooms 2.95 Spaghetti with White Clam Sauce ............... 2.75 Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce ................... 2.25 Spaghetti with Browned Butter and Mizithra Cheese 3.25 Spaghetti with Meatballs ...................... 3.25 Spaghetti with Shrimp Sauce ................... 3.25 Spaghetti with Italian Sausage ................. 3.25 The Proprietor's Favorite ....................... 3.50 Spaghetti with Portions of Our Most Popular Sauces. Meat, Fresh Mushrooms and Mizithra Cheese Sauces. Ravioli with Meat Sauce ....................... 3.25 Baked Homemade Lasagna .................... 3.50 Spaghetti Station Steak and Spaghetti Combination 4.95 USDA Choice Filet Mignon with a Side Order of Spaghetti Slices of Tenderloin with a Side Order of Spaghetti 4.75 The ChegPs Favorite ............................ 2.95 A Chef Salad with Provolone Cheese, Salami and House Dressing Child's Spaglmli Dinner (under 12) ............... 1.75 Tomato or Meat Sauce, Bread Dinners Include Crisp Green Salad and Sourdough Bread From The Tap ........ Miller Lite, Budweiser M;5 g (305) 830-0100 17-92 and 436 next toJai-Alai House Wines ....... Glass White, Red Ros6 .65 Complete Cocktail Service Available ORLANDO Congr. Beth Am (C-R) Flarvey Smerilson, Pres. P.O. Box 969, Longwood, 32750 (305) 830-5075 Services: Fri. 8:00 p.m. at Summit Plaza Congr. Liberal Judaism (R) Rabbi Larry Halpern 928 Malone Dr. (305) 645-0444 Services: Fri. 8:15 p.m. Congr. Ohev Shalom (C) Rabbi Rudolph Adler 5015 Goddard Ave. (305) 298-4650 Services: Fri. 8:15 p.m., Sat. 9:00 a.m, Temple Israel(C) Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski 4917 Eli St. (305) 647-3055 Services: Fri. 8:15 p.m., Sat. 10:00 a.m., Sun. 8:30 a.m., Man. & Thurs. 7:00 a.m. DELAND Temple Israel of Deland (O-C) Morris Segal, Pres 1001 E New York Ave. (904) 736-3345 DAYTONA BEACH Temple Beth EL (R) Rabbi Barry Airman 507 5th at Wild Olive Aves. (904) 252-1248 Services: Fri. 8:15 p.m. Temple Israel of Daytona (C) Rabbi Mordecai Genn 1400 S. Penninsula Dr. (904) 252-3097 Services: Fri. 8:00 p.m., Sat. 9:00 am., Man. & Thurs. 9:00 am. I)ELTONA Temple Shalom Michael Goodman, Marston Becker (305) Providence & Services: Fri. MERRIT ISLAND Temple Israel oJ  County Rabbi Max P.O. Box (305) Services: Fri. 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