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Scene Around by Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 being repaired, the day turned out to be one of the most "exciting." Group after group of &apos;campers were transported back and forth to Lake Baldwin and Lake Sybellia for swimming, according to Evan, who reported that the bus rides turned out to be just as fun as swimming. Evan is a JCC camper in the K'ton ton plus group. Don't step on a crack or you'll break your mother's back ... knock on wood ... never walk under a ladder ,.. superstitious people don't even venture out on Friday, the 13th! SCOTT EVERETT SHA- PIRO is definitely not superstitious because that's the day -- Friday, the 13th -- that he ventured out for the very first time! Proud parents, ANDREA and JAY SHAPIRO of Odando, would like to announce the birth of their first child, Scott Everett Shapiro, born on Fri., June 13, weighing in at 7 Ibs., 14 oz. Baby Scott made lots of people happy upon his arrival, including grandparents, MR. and MRS. PAUL F1NKEL of Atlanta, Ga., and MR. and MRS. MAX SHAPIRO of Columbus, Ga.; great grand- mothers, MRS. ROSE SAND- LER and MRS. BESS FINKEL, both of New York City; and great grandfather, NATHAN MADANICK of Miami. Maze/ toy. r Pole the Congo, is too far for Irma! ma-to-be, IRMA is making plans when her very is bom in Alaska. She says ere, even if by dog sled! and son-in- and BRUCE , are"i nfanticipating" child this winter and stationed with the Ft. Richardson in is currently in the with Irma MURRAY brother , WURTZEL. Dr. Is chief of the room at Winter ill be shopping for before long calling all the area long johns in or lavender and size 7. from the new fall may just be in in the Jewish ' have just returned to California. were ELAINE ations Gloria Yousha 671-2634 to HERITAGE 9, the Albertson JWV celebrate with the 17th' of their inception. dance. For Yet/ Glass at board meeting of will be held on 14, at 8 p.m. at liberal Set of on Sat., a.m. It will be I' by a special ip brunch. All area are welcome to ill be a charge of brunch. RSVP to at 67&3798. EVAN ROBERTS GAMSON with her sons, STEPHEN, JORDAN and BARRY. Elaine visited her sister LANA and family in Laguna and while she was there she took the boys on a tour of Universal Studios, the John Paul Getty Museum, the Farmers Market and many more places of interest. A summer camp with no "swimmin' hole" can be very dull indeed ... but not at Camp JCC. Five-year-old EVAN ROBERTS just hadto inform us that even though the JCC swimming pool could not be used when it was recently ORT Chapters To Sponsor Membership Teas Women's American ORT Altamonte Chapter will hold a membership tea on Tues., July 29, at 1 p.m., at the home of UI Bines, 119 West Green Blvd., Fern Park. For information, call 834-8139. There will be a membership tea, sponsored by Sernoran Chapter on Thurs., July 31, at 8 p.m., at the home of Bea Travitsky, 525 East Semoran Blvd., Fern Park. Call 830-6754. Orlando Evening Chapter of Women's American ORT will hold a membership tea on Tues., Aug..5, at 8 p.m., at the home of Annette Gross, 1OO1 Alameda Dr., Longwood. Call 331-4267. What do these numbers have in common, 204, 25, 26? Could they be Dolly Parton's measurements? Not exactly. On the 4th of July, JANET and BUNT T1RSCHWELL held a traditional backyard barbeque in honor of the 204th anniversary of the union of the original 13 colonies, and in honor of the 25th anniversary of the union between BARBARA and BOB WEINREICH, and also in honor of the 26th anniversary of the union between PEARL and BILL METZ. Joining in the celebration with the honorees were NANCY and BETH TIRSCH- WELL, DOROTHY WEIN- REICH, EVA COHEN, RICK METZ, ILENE and ANN WEIN REICH, SYLVIA TIRSCH- WELL and ESSIE METZ. With the hot dogs, chicken and salad, Janet and Burt served mushroom quiche, which (if you want to stretch things a little) is also appropriate for the 4th of July. France was a good friend in those revolutionary days! The highlight of the meal was a beautiful anniversary cake, iced in red, white and blue, to celebrate these three successful unions! Many, many, many happy returns! HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. July 18. I, Page 5 i i l lll Expertly beautiful ladies' & men's Plans ah will hold at 8 p.m., and t 10 a.m. Regional for Hopfan, will meetings. For Hershbein at ALTERATIONS at very reasonable rates Straight hem ........ $3.50 Shorten pants Full-skirt hem ........ 5.00 (men's or ladies') ... $2.50 Shorten waist ........ 2.50 Take up shoulders ... 3.00 Shorten sleeves ...... 2.50 Take in fullness ...... 3.00 Pants slimmed ....... 3.00 •.. and any other alterations Call evenings and weekends (after 5 p.m.) ,.-.. .t' 645-0667 Esther Pyatetsky (a recent arrival from the USSR) Frenchman's Cove Apts. • 1701 Lee Rd., Ap.t. 37-G .............................. 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