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ReaqJel00s' PHOTO CALLER If you have any old or new photographs that you would like to share with our other readers, please send them to us, along with the stony behind the picture. HERITAGE P.O. Box 742, Fern Park. FL 32730 HELEN BEERMAN went to Israel recently as Orlando's only representative of the National Federa- tion of Temple Sisterhoods to help a delegation dedi. cate a new Sisterhood building as part eta program for the International Conference World Union for Progressive Judaism. Beerman is shown putting up a mezzuzah on one of many Sisterhood buildings which accommodate U.S. youths on summer study programs in Israel. or - 77 after more than you MORRIS and of College Park, their fiftieth and are as they 30, 1930, the marriage and CELIA are ly includes son ZALLA, I MICHELLE and Palm Beach, ZALLA of ndson DAVID of Birming- L, and cousin RUTBERG of celebration 'is for the couple in West Palm --Compiled by Gloda Yousha (671-2634) and HERITAGE staff nd SY KLEIN of from MORRIS and CELIA ZALLA ;looking tan and they had a Myron's Dell (where else?) Habers are not sea food lovers sailing and Then it's off to the Sanford so they didn't expect to enjoy also raved Orlando Kennet Club. Sounds the food of New Orleans but to life and the like fun. Good luck, fellas (and their surprise and delight they they had in please let the wives keep what found French cuisine that was most of all the atmosphere they win!) out of this world (especially the ALEGRA and RALPH veal with artichokes and :and exciting. It is the Bahamas? HABER can't stop raving mushrooms!) The most about the fabulous week they outstanding memories of the 13hey Shalom's spent with son JIMMY and trip re those of the time going to the daughter MARY in New spent at the French Market. night, Orleans, La. The hotel they Jimmy is an art student so for and their stayed at was directly on excit- him it was an opportunity to forabite ing Bourbon Street and the observe up close the fine of coffee at service was superb! The artists at work creating. Beautiful Mary had an artist capture her likeness in Pastels. A good time was had by all! IRENE GOLUB LEIBOWIT2 of Titusville is enjoying a visit with her son, MICHAEL BENNETT LEIBOWITZ on his estate in Margate, FI. MICHAEL, who is known professionally as TERRY HAM- MOND, is a musician, composer and conductor with credits on and off Broadway, performances at Lincoln Center, etc. He is a graduate of the Julliard School of Music in New York City. He currently performs in South Florida where he has taken up permanent residence. Irene is a former Orlandoan with many friends in the area. BETTY and BEN NUDEL- MAN are happy to announce the recent marriage of their daughter CHERYL to DAVID AUSTIN. The couple had a beautiful wedding and recep- tion at the Gold Key Inn with many out-of-town relatives and friends in attendance. This old- fashioned bride absolutely did not let the groom see her until she was walking down the aisle on the arm of her parents. The Austins, back from a honeymoon trip to Georgia, will make their home in Orlando where Dad is sta- tioned at the Naval Training Center. Mazol Toy! 39'ers Third Sarasota Trip Scheduled The 39'ers will take their third annual trip to Sarasota on May 12-14. B'rirn Women to Install includes double occupancy 81 Officers a! Luncheon at the Holidome in Longboat , Key, two breakfasts, two buffet dinners, sightseeing, or- n of 1980-81 Kerben, pres.; Robert Ros' , Florence Libman, treas.: chestra seating at the Oslo B'rith Women communication v.p.; Ruth and Toby Kaye, counsellor. Theatre for the musical II be held at a Loeb, admin, v.p.; Dolothy comedy "Tin Types," qg on Tues., Cohen, mem. v.p.: Gloryette For luncheon reservations transportation by air-condi- a.m. in the Denn, prog. v.p.; Pearl Brown, ($2.50 donation), call Dorothy tioned bus and escort by Lois T of the First fund-raising v.p.; Mildred Cohen at 834-2364, orBobbie Tannenbaum, JCCstaffcoor- ,ilding, 2424 Herman, rec. sec'y; Norma Rosen at 834-5502. A dinator. e Park. 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