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Page 8. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. June 27. 1980 Women 's . . Organ/zahons all Gloria Yousha (671-2634) or mail to HERITAGE ORT Plans Art Auction, Bowling "Orlando's Women's American ORT is looking forward to an exciting year," according to Adele Ring, past president of ORT. Plans for mary unusual gala's and socials are in the works but will be kept under wraps until all the details are set. Plans for this year's art auction are already set so the details are as follows, tt will be held on Sat., Sept. 27, at the Altamonte Civic Center. The entire community is invited. Fee is $1.50. The art auction is an important event for Orlando's Women's Ameri- can ORT and promises to be an "enjoyable" evening. The Orlando Day Chapter of ORT held a planning conference and will have a membership coffee on July 2. Anyone wishing to attend should contact Bernice White at 678-7872. The new Semoran Evening Chapter of ORT will also hold a coffee on July 2. Helene Fein is in charge of the evening coffee. She can be contacted at 862-0395. The evening chapter has already held its planning conference for the new year. Orlando's American ORT bowling leagues are now forming. If interested in joining a Thursday morning league, contact Bea Travitsky at 830-6754. Anyone interested in joining a couples bowling league that will meet the third Saturday of each month can contact Bea Travitsky at 830-6754 or Helen Kravetzky at 671-1987. Curtain to Go Up For Hadassah The stage is set, the houselights are flashing and the curtain will soon go up on Hadassah's 66th National Convention in Los Angeles, Calif. Orlando's Sylvia Hershbein will be among the star-studded cast of Hadassah delegates and members from all over the United States, when the motion picture capital of the world (next to Mt. Dora), welcomes her on August 24-27. The convention opens on Sunday evening, Aug. 24, with an award presentation to film producer David Wolper. Guest speaker, Israel's Ambassadol to the United States, Ephraim Evron, and others will algo be there to round out the opening spectacular ... and that's just the first act! A tough one to follow, but not for Hadassah! Other scenes include a gala banquet on Tuesday evening, Aug. 26, when editor/writer, Jacobo Timerman, will be honored with the Henrietta Szotd Award. HIES fashion show, election of the new Hadassah president, guest speakers and an exhibit are part of the fanfare for the inception of the 120th anniversary celebration of the birth of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah. I Ros. 00AS00ANA00 n SEPT. ,( See the newest selection of Jewish New Year Cards -- personalized with your name. ALL ORDERS 20% OFF. marilyn hoffman 869-0223 Special Occasion? Custom imprinting 20% OFF. Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Weddings, Celebrations, Birth Announcements, Stationery, etc. I FACTORY OUTLET - 60% off STORE B'nai B'rith Women Plan Fund.raisers A board meeting of B'nai B'rith Women vas held at the end of June to finalize plans for the upcoming year. Among the programs and fund-raisers in the works are the opening meeting in August, a bridge party sometime late in the summer. the annual donor in November and a champagne luncheon and book review in January. JWV Auxiliary Plans Picnic, Dinner.Dance There will be no general meetings during July and August for the Harvey M. Albertson JWV Post #759 Auxiliary. A picnic and swim party will be held Sun., July 13, at Lake Baldwin Park. Winter Park, and a dinner-dance is planned for August. , Anyone interested in helping the recruits celebrate their birthdays on the third Thursday of the month by baking Cup cakes or helping to serve, contact Freda Hummel at 422-4628. Rose Salat and Marge and Art Pariser have been baking and donating refreshments for several months. Renee Sarni, Gerald Brooks Wed June 16 Renee Maria Sami, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rouben Sami of Maitland, and Gerald Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brooks of Bartow, were married Mon., June 16, at the Maitland Art Gardens. The couple was wed in an outdoor setting surrounded by close family. Renee and Gerald will honeymoon in Ormond Beach and will make their home in Winter Springs. The Ultimate Fine Fashion Shop hours 10-9 Mon.-Fri. 10-6 Sat. Phone: 869-7551 --Featuring California, Australian, and New York Betterwear-- Misses and Junior sizes, dressy and casual styles... fashioned for the woman with discriminating taste. in the OPENS JUNE 30 Springs Plaza 1510 Montgomery Road Longwood, Florida B00nai Mitzvot Elyssa Korman Elyssa Meryl Korman, daughter of Wendy and Gerald Korman of Longwood, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on the S, habbat of June 27-28 at Congr. Ohev Shalern. Elyssa will be entering the eighth grade at Rock Lake Middle School where she is in the gifted program. She plays the flute in the school band and also enjoys playing the piano and baton twirling. She plans to follow a course of study that concentrates on the sciences. Sharing in the simcha wil be Elyssa's brothers, Brandon and Scott; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. AI Chernack of Hallandale, Fla.. and Mrs. Jean Korman of North Miami Beach; uncle, Gil Chernack of New Jersey; aunt and uncle, Marilynn and Irwin Korman of South Florida and local friends. Elissa Paget Elissa Jill Paget, daughter of Marilyn and Roy Paget of Casselberry, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on the Shabbat of June 27-28, at Congr. Beth Am. Elissa has completed seventh grade at South Seminole Middle School where she is involved in drama and is a member of the chorus. She is on the board of the Junior Chai Group. Her hobbies include coin and stamp collecting, swimming and skating. Joining in the family simcha will be grandmothers, Frances Kochnower of Winter Park. and Edna Paget of Miami; aunt and uncle, Roseanne and Brian Kochnower with cousins Heather and Dana of Brooklyn, N.Y.; aunt, Debbie Onorato of Brooklyn, N.Y.; aunt and uncle, Myra and Irwin Shussler with cousins Jeff, Doreen and Kimberly of Ft. Worth, Tex.; cousin Joanne Felder of New Jersey; and several friends from the Orlando area. Jeffrey Berger Jeffrey Scott Berger, son Jacquie Berger of Winter Park, will to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Shabbat of June 27-28 at Cone Judaism. Jeffrey is in the ninth grade at Junior High School where he is in program. His hobbies include swi tennis, baseball and building model airplanes. He is a member d league baseball, the Jewish Center dramatic production counselor-in-training at Camp JCC, Sharing in the family's simcha' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I of Altamonte Springs, and Mr. an Sidney Barzak of Saddle Brook, aunts and uncles from New Jersey and Virginia. BBYO Members, Alumni Eli For Summer Program in !: eligible to spend a year working and studying in Israel while earning a full year's college credit in the BBYO Shana B'Yisrael prcgram. Participants will study B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza- tion members or prospective members who will graduate from high school in the spring of 1981, and alumni of AZAor BBG under the age of 20, are subjects ranging Modern Jewish Israel society, in Hebrew. Shana B'Yisrael will make tions to Israel whill working on a settlement (Ki Moshav) for doing field work it1 ment town, work or in a hospital or l center. Tours of be included. The entire begin September run through Opportunities for employment regional office! available to pariicit ret u r n. Gary Kenzer, Cot:ncil Director 645-5933. or 1508, Maitland, f:L