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Page 6, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, November 2, 1979 Temple Israel Men's Club to Sponsor Rabbi Scholarship Event Temple Israel's Second Annual Scholarship Fund affair, sponsored by the synagogue's Men's Club, will be held Sat., Nov. I0, 7:30 p.m., at the temple. The event will include a live orchestra, dancing, cham- pagne, wine, imported cheeses and live entertain- ment. Proceeds will be }resentd to Rabbi Chaim Rozwasld to "help deserving children enjoy the richness of a Jewish education at Temple Israel." Admission is $7.50 per person. For advance reservations to assure table seats, call the temple office at 647-30.55. Make checks available to: Men's Club -- Rabbi's Scholarship Fund. CONTEMPORARY POOL SERVICE Complete remodeling, repairing and service. SCHWINN CYCLERY "Serving Central Florida 33 Years" SALES SERVICE Factory Authorized Service Dept. We Repair All Makes and Models We Have Parts and Accessories For All Bicycles. BICYCLES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 3 SPEEDS - 5 S#EEDS /10 SPEEDS BMX Racing-Touring Tri-Wheelers Exercisers ALTAMONTE COLONIALTOWN SCHWlNN SCHWlNN 996 E. HWY. 436 618 N. MILLS AVE. ALTAMONTE ORLANDO 834 -2900 843 -2400 Harold R. Reinhartz, D.P.M., P.A. Diplomate American Board of Podiatric Surgery, is pleased to announce the association of Lewis Teich, D.P.M. for the practice of Podiatric Medicine and Foot Surgery 1851 Aloma Ave. 3510 W. Vine St. Winter Park, FL 32789 Kissimmee, FL 32741 644-5565 846-1495 Hours by appointment, Mon.-Fri. WAREHOUSE SALB Large Shipment of FAMOUS NAME Grand Pianos JUST ARRIVED And We Need To Move Them Out Fast! Here is a once-in-a-lilwtime investment for your famdy at a once-in-a-lifetime price. Sale ends October 31. Come early for best choice of size, style, finish! Ilnbmlb= Bar Richard Ka Richard Jay Kaplan, son of Roslyn Kaplan Orlando, will be called to the Torah as a Shabbat of November 2-3 at Israel. Richard is a ninth g Junior High School where he is in the gifted interests include making models, exploration, soccer and football. Joining in the family's simcha will be Henry and Bebe Goldman and guests from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California Florida. Doris Katz Honored by Brevard, Israel The Jerusalem Peace Award was presented tO Doris (Mrs. Mervin) Katz for her leadership activities in the Daytona Beach Jewish Community at a State of Israel Bonds dinner held Sun., Oct. 28, at the Oceanside Country Club in Ormond Beach. Katz is the first American citizen to receive this award since the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt was minted, according to community chairman, Charles Rembaum. Katz was the first Jewish child to be born after the completion of Daytona Beach's first temple. Her father, Harry Pepper, is remembered for opening his home as the scene of the community's first religious services. It was thro.ugh his efforts that the Temple, the Jewish cemetery and the United Jewish Appeal Campaign were established in the community. In 1976, Pepper was honored by Israel Bonds. In 1975 and 1976 Katz was the Israel Bond campaign chairman. She is currently serving her third term as the first woman president of the Daytona B'nal B'r|th Women DORIS KATZ Jewish Federation. During her administration the Federation has experienced tremendous growth, increased funds, and greatly expanded member- ship. Additionally the Federation has established a Scholarship Award for high school students to study in Israel during the summer months. It has seeded the Bet 5efer Hebrew Day School and has established a community Annual Donor Lunch program to help the Russian immigrants settle in the Daytona area. ' Katz served as president of Temple Israel, following her mother's ten-time tenure. She also served as secretary of the Board of Directors of the temple and taught conleLrma - tion classes. Other activities include teaching fifth grade students at Temple Beth-El, membership Beach Chapter and past chapter, the ( and a two-year,, State Board of r 1 967 she Beth Award for community "None of possible encourager by side." She her love and her chil, children. Before reS January, of th Adjustments as secretary [o in her last board Emil Cohen humorist has clubs, tained honor. Scheduled for Nov. 8 B'nai B'rith Women of Greater Orlando will hold their annual Donor Luncheon on Thurs., Nov. 8, at the Dubs- dread (Golf Club) Clubhouse at I 1:.,30 a.m. A fashion show by Brenners will be narrated by Pearl Brown. B'nai B'rith models include: Linda Berlinger, Frances Brody, Sylvia Hersh- bein, Erna Felsenthal, Toby Kaye and Roberta Rosin. There will be numerous m mmmmmmmmmmmm mm m mm am m mIm m m mm mm 141111111 C) Take Bran the easy way! t I I m 2 Wafers = 1/3 cup bran. i I Only 19 calories per wafer, i | Recommended as part of a calorie-controlled diet. I I I | More effective than bran flakes. | I 2-4 Wafers a Day. | 9 CtIAMBERLIN'S NATURAL FOODS r WINTER PARK MALL COLONIAL PLAZA GOODINGS PLAZA k 1 Next to North Mall ', 434 L,)mzo d 4 ' Penneys Auto ('enter 894-8452 ' " 869-8686 ./ 64 7-6661 j  mm m mm m mm mm mm mm, mm mm mm mm am 1 mm mm m  m. mm m lm ,ml, mm, m lm  door prizes. Members are reminded to bring unwrapped gifts suitable for men, women or children, to be distributed during the holidays by the Mental Health Association's "Operation Cheer." Luncheon donations are $20 minimum, classed as "Blue Bells;" $25, "Silver Queens:" $50, "Golden Angels." Non.members may attend for $10. The Dubsdread Clubhouse is located on Par Ave. near Edgewater Dr. Reservations should be made with Florence Libman, 843-73 ] 8, or Fannie Resnick, 841-8116. B'nai B'rith HearAmold Arnold Ellison, executive vice president of District Five of B'nai B'rith, will address the Orlando Lodge 2978 of B'nai B'rith on Thurs., Nov. 8, 8 p.m., in the program building of the JCC. As executive vice president of the district, Ellison is responsible for serving about 30,000 members who reside in Washington, D.C., Mary- land, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Ellison's topic will be "New Challenges to Jews in Central "Unless you become strong within the Jewish commu- nit3,, there will be no Jewish community." -- PAUL JESER PICTURE FRAMING V'hilc ()u V'ait ()n Read),Made i:lamc) ('()I,()NIAI, I holD& IIobh b34 N. MilI (}rlalRh) H41-'14 Florida." A I ivited. sewed. Beth Hold The Beth Beach II membership, on Wed:, Luncheon annual $I0 and shine, has ment. member of though trates on raising for Dues financial, Jacobs, 14. Cocoa 2329). tion, (77