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Page 8. HERITAGE Florida Jewish News. Augus t 1.!9 HAZEL'S HAIR HOUSE (Formerly Fields Plaza Barbershop) BARBER STYLING for the ENTIRE FAMILY Fields Plaza Lee Rd. & 17-92 CALL 647"9041 Winter Park, Fla. 9-6, Tues.-Sat. ( behitwd Villa Nooa HIGHEST PRICES PAID for Used Orien/el Rugs A N Y CONDITION 644-8126 We Donate 10% to YOUR Synagogue You can enjoy place of business. Shampoo Steam Showcase Free Estimates /can de/kjn warehou/e drastically reduced Scandinavian Furniture Factory Gone Broke Herman-Plotkin Announce Engagement Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Joseph J. Herman announce the engagement of their daughter. Leslie Joy, to Dr. Jay N. Plotkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maudce Plotkin of Winter Park. A January wedding is being planned. Plyler:Schu Engagement Edgar T. Plyler and Edith and Schulman announce the engagement of their children, War Plyler to Mark Lenard Schulman. Wanda is a graduate of Ed School and is presently em Bowes Company. Mark is a Winter Park High School the University of Florida. He is a consultant. Wanda is the granddaughter Grace Plyler of Charlotte, N.C. grandson of Mrs. Freda Nashville, Tenn. Women's , Brandeis Study Grc -. Begin in Lo _ rganizations Atthe of Brandeis all Gloria Yousha (671-2634) or mail to HERITAGE for the u up membership JWV Auxiliary Every first Sunday of the breakfasts, contactYettaGlass held on month, the Auxiliary sponsors at 896-3790. The book To Celebrate a breakfast for the recruits at Chaverot to Hold was dscussea, Anniversary the Naval Training Center. The ma following are some thoughts Ice Cream Social the year. The Harvey M. AIbertson of Auxiliary member, Mildred on the Natior Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Sokolow, at a recent recruit Chaverot Hadassah will Committee at is planning a celebration in breakfast: hold an old-fashioned ice University in cream social on Thurs., Aug. honor of the 17th anniversary "When the alarm went off at 14. was given. of Post 759. 7 a.m. on Sunday, I thought, All members and area Plans were They will get together, dutch why did I promise to go to the newcomers are invited to study groups for l the fall. Topics treat, for an evening of dining recruit services at the Navy attend and get acquainted. It including then and dancing at the Fountain Base? I was "tired and really will be held at the Plantation Supper Club, 431East Central could have stayed in bed, Garden Condo's, on Lake contemporary Blvd., opposite Lake Eola, on Then guilt set in, and I arose Underhill Dr., Orlando, at 8 events and more. Sat., Aug. 9, at 7:30 p.m. The showered, dressed, and got p.m. menu will be varied and there ready to go. For further details, contact homes will be entertainment, to the According to Yetta Glass, "l arrived at the base at 8:10 RhodaMeltzerat834-2732, or each study group' "there will be no speeches, a.m. where I met Zelda Sadie Wolff at 896-3688. only lots of fun." All members Goldfarb, Betty Stein and Ruth At the first Aronson. The recruits were Altamonte ORT members can and their friends are invited to interests, such attend andcelebrate, there already waiting our Makes Plans for needlepoint, art arrival, and when they saw us RSVP to Esther Melnick at set the table with bagels and Upcoming Year they would like 831-6958, Eve Elkins at AI Gamson, cream cheese and gefilte fish, 299-3734, or Yetta Glass at The Altamonte Chapter of Jewish Family 896-3790. they all got excited. One recruit was so excited, she Women's American ORT will speak on the kissed Zelda and said, 'Thank hold a board meeting on month. you for bringing a little bit of August 4, at the Oak Harbor home to me.' Clubhouse at l0 a.m. The purpose of this meeting is to "After Rabbi Adler refine plans for the upcoming conducted services, we served year including fund-raising a small but very appreciative projects, the mini-luncheon, crowd of recruits. Needless to card party and more. say, we all came away with The first meeting of the such pride and good feelings. I season will be a paid-up only wish everyone could feel membership luncheon on that way." September 15. It will be held at For information on the Escondido Clubhouse, volunteering for the recruit Altamonte Springs, at noon. We made a special purchase on this teakwood Bedroom and are passing the savings to you. Queen Bed & Nightstands $698 $498 (mattress not included] Triple Dresser $698 8448 Gent's Chest $698 High Chest $498 $348 Single Dresser $398 $228 Open Daily except Sunday 9am-5pm 556 Douglas Rd. Altamonte Spgs. Phone 862-9775 N LUCITE & ACRYLIC GIFTS "Tomorrow's Look Today" I Home and Office Accessories | Call FREE Gift Wrap | WOODY COLTAN 628-2544,) BAR jlt; ;ZVA.|dss i; ewt YI O D I N G S BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS marilyn hoffman 869-0223 NCJW to Working Encounter "Working Encounter," a group Greater National Council Women, will hoJd and "brain on Mon., Aug. 11 the home of 187 Tollgate Longwood. The any interested women and will the needs and present at the details, at 331-0106. A covered-di social will be held c at the home Rudolph, 501 Altamonte Sp members and are invited. According to chairman, "please bring bottle, if one is available. To RSVP or details, call 830-5439. The first of the new season ! on September 18. be forthcoming. Temple Sisterhood Publish Tile SisterhoOd Israel will publi! and Calendar coming year. It personal greeting s' varied informatio0'