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CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES: July ! 3 7:55 p.m. July 20 7:53 p.m. Complete information MUST be legibly written, type- writer preferred. To insure accuracy, no telephone in[urination will be accepted. Mail to: HERITAGE, P.O. Friday Box 446, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701. FRIDAY, JULY 13 Shalom -- Jules Cohen will be guest speaker at Shabbat services to begin at 8:15 p.m. Judaism -- Brotherhood will participate in Shabbat services to begin at 8:15 p.m. SATURDAY, JULY 14 Party -- College students are invited to a swim and barbeque party at the home of Sandy Grossman, 941 Camelot Dr., Maitland, at 8.30 p.m. Admission is $2. RSVP by calling 643124, evenings. Singles (30-43) --Movie night will be held at the Noma Draft House. in front of the theatre at 7 p.m. Movie will be"The Champ." Fee is 51. Party will be held after the movie. Singles (44+) -- Singles will attend the Odando Twins v Savannah game at Tinker Field beginning at 7.30 p.m. Meet at Ronnie's Restaurant at 6".45 p.m. ee is approximately $1.50. SUNDAY, JULY 15 of the Year Roast" -- Paul Jeser, executive director of Odando's Jewish COmmunity Center and Jewish Federation, will be "roasted" at the Harley Hotel at 7L30 p.m. For reservations, call Bob and Barbara Weinreich at 295-7710. War Veterans Post 759 -- A recruit breakfast will be held at the Jewish Chapel of the Naval Training Center at 8:30 a.m. JWV and base members invited. Beth Sholom of Satellite Beach -- F_Jecon of officers, budget and dues and constitutional revision is on the agenda for the congregational meeting to be held at the synagogue at 8 p.m. Singles (18-30) -- Meet at the JCC at ] 0 a.m. to go to a Hew Smyrna Beach Party. h SJngi@. (44+) -- A brunch will be held in thedCC Studio at 11 am. Fee $1.50. -- A "welcome coffee" will be held atthe home of Bea Gussow, 205 Ridge Dr., Sanford, at 8 p.m. For further information, call Terry Gussow at 862-1891. TUESDAY, JULY 17 Night -- Senior high school students are invited to a rollerskating party to be from 7"30-10 p.m. Fee of $3 includes transportation and admission. Women -- An "afternoon of fun" will be held at Park Lane Towers, 400 F_ ,lonial Dr., at 11:30 a.m. Call Millie Herman at 671-2666 to reserve a table for Mah ^ongg, Bddge, Canasta, Scrabble and Tile-Rummy. Bring a sandwich. Cake and vonee will be served. Door prizes available. Admission is a donation of $1.50. JeWJSh Relrees -- A meeting will be held at Temple Beth Sholom of Satellite ach at ] 2:.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 Sisterhood and Rishona-Masada Hadassah -- A brown bag discussion will be held at Temple Israel at 1 | :30 a.m. )--The first in a sedes of three Wednesday evening workshops to be held at Costuming, make-up, mime, dose-up and rope magic will for the workshop. For more information, call Vici Rock, 678- THURSDAY, JULY ]9 Night -- Junior high school students are invited to a bowling party to be 6.3(-9.30 p.m. Fee of $.3 includes transportation, two games and shoes. FRIDAY, JULY 20 rvices -- Area congregations will hold a joint Shabbat service at COngr. of Liberal Judaism, beginning at 8:1.5 p.m. SATURDAY, JULY 21 144+) -- A six-foot sub and swim party will be held at the Royal Apt. clubhouse. SUNDAY, JULY 22 Singles (30-43) -- A brunch will be held at the JCCat 11 a.m. Feels $1.50. -- A "welcome coffee" will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving 1003 Terry Dr., ?dtamonte Spdngs at 8 p.m. For further information, call Gussow at 862-1891. -- An open forum about "Harm Jews Do to Themselves," will be held at the at 7.30 p,m. Guest speakers will include the Rev. Vin Harwell of Park Lake Church, and Tinker Sale, managing editor of HERITAGE. Refreshments Will be served. The forum is open to the community at no charge. Come South to Excellence .. to the award-winning Piccadilly Restaurant and Pub -- to a cordial, old English atmosphere. gradous service and a cosmopolitan European cwsine. It's a dining experience well worth the trip! Restaurant and Pub In the Gold Key Inn. in Orlando Cent ral Park Reservations: 855-00.50 Winner oJ American Express "Fine Dining'Award Giuseppe's Italian Restaurant 115 Lyman ,4 yr. Winter Park off Park Avenue diagonal from City Hal! ew Management -- from "Little Italy" section of Manhattan Specializing in Seafood and Veal bays A Week I 1:30a.m,-2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m, - Closin FlOor Shows Friday and Saturday Evenings Variety of Entertainment (No Charge) Suggested 647-911 1 HERffAnE. Floddt JeWhdl Nero. July t& 11111. Pllp li Area BBYOer Awarded at Convention Fifty-three Florida B'nai contest Jody Snyder of Stephanie King, a teacher B'nth Youth Organization rep- Odando, placed second, in supervisor with the Central resentatives, including Tampa BBG story-telling and Hillary Agency for Jewish Education, and Orlando youths, were Kaplan of Hollywood, wonthe presented two keynote among 220 BBYO District BBG oratory contest and will addresses on the theme Five delegates who attended a represent District Five at the "Together as One We Find fwe-day BBYO Convention BBYO International Conven- Strength in Each Other." In held in Sebring, FI., on June tion to be held at Camp B'nal addition, there were 22-26. B'nth in Starlight, PaL, in leadership training work. Flodda Region B'nai B'rith August. The topic for this shops, services, a disco, Girls won awards for year's Oratory Contest is awards banquet and athletic competition in the District Five "Hatkiva: The Hope." activities. pep song, alma mater, Israeli dance, scrapbook, photo- Business meetings, life One highlight of the con- graphy and creativity plus for ceremonies and elections vention was the participation literature contests, were also held and Bruce of Tatyana Bolotnikov and Bruce Kalick of Rantation, Kalick was elected District Igor Litovsky, two Russian won the AZA (BBYO boys) Five BBYO Aleph S'gan (vice- teenagers, who have resettled impromptu story-telling president), in MiamL The Russian Resettlement Program of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando URGENTLY NEEDS DOPTIONS Furniture, household goods, dishes, appliances, linens, bedding, etc. Please help this historic effort to provide a new community for incoming Russian Jews Call Jewish Family Services 644-7593 or Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando 645-5933 Pitseleh The real owner of Weight Watchers International was Albert LipperL a Queens Jewish lawyer, who recently sold it to the H.J. Heinz Co. Beth Sholom Sisterhood Elects, Plans Tea Temple Beth Sholom Martha Levy, corresp, sec'y.; Sisterhood of Satellite Beach and Barbara Tarrny, imme recently elected 1979-80 diate past pres. officers. Sisterhood is planning a New officers include: prospective member tea for Dorothy Kaye, pres.; Charlotte the end of July. For further Friedland, 1st v.p.; Anne information, or an invitation, Bimbaum, 2nd v.p.; Isabel call Anne Birnbaum at Rodstein, 3rd v.p.; Helen 773-5714, Ethel Jones at Sherman, sec'y.; Rose Stein, 773-9457, or the temple office treas.; Viola Jacobs, fin. secy.; at 773-3039. Jm DINETTES . (HOW[LL BRAIIOt 10. AT IT. 4,tl61 CASSELBERRY .... " 11 a.m.-9 p.m. -- M.- FId. 10 a.m...6 p.m. -- SaL _ 671-2424 Consignment Fashions Now collecting school clothes. 862 -3.//8.// Mon.-Fri. 10-5; Thurs. 10-7 San Sebastian Square Hwy. 434 at 436 "A New Concept in Young Adult Entertainment" Have Your Bar Mitzvah Bat Mitzvah Sweet "16" Birthday Holiday Parties with us. Disc Jockey and game room add to the fun!! For more information and bookings CALL 831-0041 644-1170 628-4140 Hwy. 17-92 Maitland. Florida Open Every Fri. - Sat. to Public BRFJUCFAST uJrICH DINNER V CARRY4:XlT SERVICE " 41QENERATION/OF FOOD EXPERIENCE" Breakfast Served Day or Night with Specials from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. All You Can Eat Wednesdays -- Spaghetti Fridays -- Fish & Chips Ho00as: 894-0611 6 a.m. to I a.m. dagy 2924 East Colonial Dr. Fd. & Sat. to 3 a.m. Orlando, Fla. Sunday to 11 p.m. Acro from Leeds Opens July 19th 0 646-2145