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Page 8. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. June 20. 1980 Scene Around Star in North Carolina, and then home to Charleston. Her many friends will miss her. PEARL and HAROLD HERST, who are celebrating their 45th wedding anniver- sary on June 23rd, are very proud to announce that their Beth Torah in Wayside, N.J. Pearl and Harold attended the Bat Mitzvah along with Adrienne's husband, MICH- AEL GORDON, and sons, LOREN, age ]3. a recent Bar Mitzvah, son, HOWARD, age ] l, a student in Bar Mitzvah class, son STEWART, age 10, daughter, ADRIENNE. andson, ALAN, 8. GORDON, age 40, will be Bat Adrienne studied with Mitzvah on June 13 at Temple RABBI JACOB FRIEDMA'N in A FINE CHINESE RESTAURANT Daily LUNCHEON $199 SPECIALS , DINNER -- TAKE-OUT 1410 Montgomery Rd. Sunday 4 - 10 Pla,a) 862-1609 Tues.-Sat. (Springs l.ongwood. FI. 32750 I I a.m.- 10 p.m. /" " /O,J f OPEN LUNCH 'Our Veal ,s our Pr,de' Mon. - Fri. Serving Dinner 7 days a Week Now at South O.B.T.! Cocktails Happy Hour 4 p.m.-6 p.m. 2for1 drinks 4 for 1 on Wednesday HWY. 436, CASSELBERRY 830-4922 SOUTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TR. 855-6223 featunng OUR EXCLUSIVE ANTIPASTO SALAD BAR DOMESTIC & IMPORTED WINES and BEER HOMEMADE ITALIAN SPECIALTIES .GREAT STEAKS & SEAFOOD Elegantly Informal Major Credit Cards On CHINESE LUNCHEON SPECIAL Mon.-Sat. from $1.50 with free soup | Every couple for dinner will get i 2 FREE EGG ROLLS and 2 FOR 1 BEER L _ _ 2_ w_l r00_r '-'_' Z _ _ ' Come to NAM ON for the best Chinese cuisine and the most mesmuMde prices. CANTONESE & HONG I,'OIG STYLE Take-Out Orders Welcome Phone: G28-0970 1881 W. FAIRBANKS AVE. Open Oaily-11-11 WINTER PARK, FL 32789 Sung --4:30-11 INFLATION FIGHTERS s I ! TURKEY BREAST I ! (Limit 1 lb. per coupon) Expires 6/28/80 ! [ Tgff00TTr,00.-0.-- [ a - Vl," LOX and | CREAM CHEESE SPREAD | | (Limit 1 lb. per coupon) Expires 6/28/80 II T 7; 7 - - q l KOSHER HOT DOGS ! L__(Lim mi,t lib._:_ per c ou,,,,po,,,,n) Ex_ire, m s 6_/28/80m,,m,l 3HARGE CARDS ACCEPTED - OPEN 8 A.M.-7 P.M. - CLOSED SUN. OAKS CENTER-CA,F=.L,E _ERRY 831-3433 ONE BLOCK N. O 436 ON HWY. 17-92 830-8662 a class of 22 adult women. There is a waiting list of more than 50 adults for the next class. Mazol tot, and I hope you don't receive too many fountain pens! After 30 years of intense involvement in community life and more than ]3 years in central Florida, RUTH and STANLEY CAPLAN of Winter Park, decided to retire, relax and see the world. Well, actually, it was Stanley who, three years ago, decided to retire from both his military and Civil Service positions. Stan is a retired captain in the Navy and was also an administrator for the Department of Defense. Ruth was busy with Congr. of Liberal Judaism, Hadassah, JCC Cultural Series and much more. She was also veryactive in Civic theatre. Stan wanted Ruth to be free to spend time with him ... and their adventure began. The first trip they took was a destination unknown affair. They flew "space available" on a military transport that just happened to take them to beautiful Rota, Spain. From there, Ruth and Stan traveled by railroad to Madrid, Florence, Venice, Vienna. Munich, where they paused to visit Dachau Concentration Camp, and Frankfurt. Together they visited the USSR. Not only did they visit the main tourist attractions in Moscow and Leningrad but they rriade their way to Siberia and the Soviet Republic in Central Asia where they sneaked off on occasion to visit Jewish families. Just recently Ruth and Stan had a most fabulous weekend at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The weekend was a round of operas, ballets and fine theatre, including a new play by Arthur Miller! ,So much for retirement ... Ruth had her "arm twisted" by SALLY THIELE, the dynamic new president of the Women's Committee of the Florida Symphony Orchestra. Ruth will be doing public relations for them and she is hosting a membership coffee on their behalf on June 24. She's hoping all you music lovers out there get in touch and get involved. Women's Organizations Continued from page 4 National Women's Com- mittee Conference at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass. They attended many study groups, lect'ures and workshops which were very informative. Roberta and Rose had an opportunity to meet with people from every state in the U.S. and compare the different modes of chapter "operation." According to Roberta, the Conference, whose theme this year is "Keep the Miracle Growing," was "quite a learning experience, very enlightening." She was happy to attend in spite of the very cold and rainy weather she encounte red d u dng her stay in Mass. "It sure was good to return to sunny Florida!" she said. Ohev Sisterhood Sponsors Cookbook The Sisterhood of Congr. Ohev Shalom has a new cookbook for sale. It is ' compiled by the members and consists of morethan 250 mouth-watering recipes, everything from Sharon Bresnick's Sweet and Sour Meatballs to Flora Werfel's Kugel. The most sought after recipe in the book is Bill Lassk's Marble Cheese Cake. Bill's Wife, Tillie, has successfully used many of the recipes from this cookbook for weddings and Bar Mitzvahs atthe ShuL -rillie is head of the Sisterhood Catering Com- mittee. Besides recipes, the book contains general information pertaining to the kitchen. It is on sale at $4.50 through the Sisterhood at the Synagogue gift shop or by contacting the cookbook chairman, Flora Werfel, at 831-0266. The last meeting of Ohev Sisterhood till after the summer was held on Tuesday, June I 0. Following the meeting, Lisette-Halpern chaired the brunch which consisted of bagels, cream cheese, lox, fruit, coffee and cake. The turnout of members to hear Marcia Carow speak on parent/child communi- cation was good. Ms. Carow is with the Orange County School Board. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Reviews Year According to president, Dorothy Kaye, the past year was a very productive and successful one for Temple Beth Sholom (Satellite Beach) sisterhood. The flea market, wine and card party, silent bake sale, and silent auction were all financial successes. Another source of income was simcha cards and new year's greetings. In fact, the new year's greetings raised more money this year than ever before, due to the efforts of Flora Arost and Viola Jacobs. Sisterhood has donated money to the Institute for the Blind and the Toroh Fund. Sisterhood donated money for Passover and Hanukah packages. These packages enable our Jewish servicemen to celebrate the holidays they otherwise could not. Sisterhood, as always, met it's pledge of $750 to the Temple. Let's not forget the wonderful Sisterhood Sabbath. Thanks to Charlotte Friedland and Rabbi Jessel, everything went so smoothly. Programs at the general meetings were very educa- tional, interesting and just fun under the direction of program chairlady, Mollie Silvershine. Most of all, by donating $3,000 to the Kitchen Fund, Sisterhood started the ball rolling for the renovation of the kitchen and some day soon will have a kitchen to be very proud of. All in all, Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom has had a year to be very proud of! NCJW Publishes Post-Mastectomy Program Guide According to Betty Ettinger, "The National Council of Jewish Women is in no way a social organization. It's primary function is the education of women." NCJW has announced publication of its post- mastectomy program guide, "Women Helping Women: A Guide to Organizing a PoSt- Mastectomy Program in Your Community." i A Special Place For That Special Occasion.00000000_ For the ultimate in Catering Service, you must see our "'r') new Citrus Grove Ballroom. Available for groups  ,.,- ranging from 25 to 800 people for a. light reception, _.Ailta , with hors d'oeuvres, a delightful brunch or a ,L.. full course dinner with dancing, l.(uis Perr?tte, " _ " _ our Executive Chef, will see that e, erything is r-."_:-'p, to 00e.e00t,o the un00so.,, Catered affairs, contact the Orlando Marriott..- Orlando' "="- .... bTO0 ,and lkc Road. Orlando, FL 32809 lh(' do il rightP (?,O5) 351-2420 NCJWs program uses of sessions, of a team including women to physical and handicaps removal of a surrounding A typical therapist and professional. eight weeks. there is a group evaluation its Necessary heated gymnastic Since the inception in have been ] 40 women, to one year operation, The women age from 32 The book Helping nationally, at a $2.50 to organizations to help undergone TEL AVIV, normalization and Egypt apples. Israel tons of the will receive in return. 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