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of chess Fischer course, but [' LEE and That sounds on April placed first the Orange for h fifth. is the of the Scholastic )nships, involv- In grades first This is an It in its fifth year at Robert E. LEE, age I0, second Elementary the son of DR. TERRI LEE of a brother, six- age place. He Hebrew Day the son of DR. and PENNY He has a twin (that's Mark and and a sister or JODI, age 13. According to Mark's rnom, he started taking chess seriously thanks to the dedication and influence of DAVID KAUFMANN who took children, on his own time, to the Orlando Chess Club. This gave the youngsters an oppor- tunity to play against adults and increased their ability and interest in the game. David is a teacher at the Judaica High School. Definition of Deja Vu: The illusion that one has previously had an experience that is actu- ally new to one. Perhaps we've all felt deja vu at one time or another but the experience that VERA M. BARNES just had seems very special indeed! Vera recently returned to her home in Winter Springs from Chicago where she attended the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson, BRYAN ALLEN MILLER, at the Emanuel Con- gregation. She found herself sitting in the same pew, sur- rounded by the same congregants with the same RABBI HERMAN SCHAAL- MAN and the same CANTOR ROBERT HANDWERKER that officiated at her son ROBERTS Bar Mitzvah 25 years ago. In fact, many people came up to congratu- late her on her son's Bar Mitzvah, thinking that Bryan was Dad ROBERTs younger brother! BEA BELIKOFF phoned to thank us for welcoming her and hubby to the areain last week's column but corrected us on his name. It's MONTY, not Ben. So again... Welcome Bea and Monty Belikoff and son STEPHEN, too! --Compiled by Gloria Yousha (671-2634) and HERITAGE staff Welcome also to our com- munity, ROZ and LES STEIN. The Steins lust moved to Fern Park from Dallas, Texas on March 24. Roz and Les have two grown children, daughter ANDREA who lives with husband STEVEN MARX in New York City, where he is a Hilton Hotel Executive, and son RANDY STEIN who practices law in Denver, Colo. Roz says she is eager to make friends and get involved in the area and loves to play mah jongg! Her morn. SYLVIA BINDER, is currently visiting from Oak Park, Mich. It's good to see ESTHER MICHAELS off "the sick list" and looking great now that she's home from her three week stay at Florida Hospital South. Husband, JACK. and daughters, NANCY and REBECCA, are grateful to have "mom" back and feeling shotdd bestow a spe( ial award on NN and P, It_[ K[ EIN It scorns that all the bragging they have been doing about our community has inspired several relatives to relocate here. Bilfs parents, CHARLES and BERTHA KLEIN. have just purchased a home here and will be moving in s0metirne during the month of May. They are currently visit- ing with Ann and Bill, and grandson MARC. to celebrate their 60th wedding anni- versary. Ma/ol T+)'. r Bilrs brother and his wife. LOCI and SHEV AS[RIN, will be moving into their new [,ongwood home from Miami. and cousins SID and ESTELLE SNIDER. also of Miami, bought a house here as well...And thafs not all! According to Ann. "Cousins by the dozens" will follow very shortly. We welcome ya'll! SOPHIE and STANLEY ABRAHAM of Casselberry are proud parents. Their son, 34- year-old STUART ABRAHAM has recently been appointed head of the Local Switching Systems Studies Department so well. Esther says that she "glad to rejoin the human race" and she will be prepar- ing happily for Rebecca's upcoming Bat Mitzvah! RISA and JACK SALTMAN of Winter Park are "'infantici- ..i.l.lting" their second child in ugust. Risa is a talented lady who creates magnificant stuffed animals in all sizes and shapes and wonderful big rag dolls. However, her most beautiful creation, together with husband Jack, of course, is daughter PAMELA, age 22 months. The whole family is anxiously awaiting the new arrival, including Grandpa MEL ALMAN of Boston and Grandma and Grandpa FLORENCE and JACK SHAW of West Palm Beach. The Greater Orlando Area Chamber of Commerce is " at Bell Laboratories. Since joining Bell Labs in 1967, Stuart has received a number of promotions leading to his current position. A native of New York City, Stuart now resides in Aberdeen, N.Y., with his wife, JO ANN, and their children, ERIC and DONALD. SARAH BRANDWEIN of Orlando made her way out of the hospital and is now recuperating at home. She says thanks tO all her family and friends who showed their concern during her recent hospitalization. And Sarah, get well soon, will ya'? HE RITAGE. Florida+ Jewish News. April 18_, _] 98_O.Paoe 9 l o.,L00 SPRINGS PLAZA 949 S. Orange Ave. S.R. 434 & Montgomery Road Orlando, Fla. L0ngwo0d, Fla. VISA & MASTER CHARGE HAZEL'S HAIR HOUSE (Formerly Fields Plaza Barbershop) BARBER STYLING for the ENTIRE FAMILY Fields Plaza Lee Rd. & 17-92 CALL 647"904 1 Winter Park, Fla. 9-6, Tues.-Sat. (behind Villa Nova) An exciting ... IRT IUCTION for you and your friends Saturday evening, May 3 at Congr. of Liberal Judaism 928 Malone Drive Orlando A COLLECTOR'S COLLECTION featuring the works of world renowned artists--Chagall, Liberman, Dale, Boulanger, Lebadang, Moore, Calder, Rockwell and many others. Auction by Marina Art Auction Gallery, Nyack, N.Y. Donation: $2.00 Wine and Cheese Dessert Raffle Prize Preview: 7:30 p.m. Auction: 8:30 p.m. FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION, CALL 645-0444 OR 869-4452 671-2424 too. . without dnlgs, inicctions or strenuous exercise.., at Nutri/Svstem more calorie counting or meal planning. Special Nutri-Sys- FOods help you lose weight qukkly & safely. Medically by physicians & professional nurses. Over 200 Centers Nationwide !I1 ej rk:l'k:[ (',lei ! 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SUNDAY 3::10-6:30 I,IIIIR'I'N. lliiHer Pawk WEIGHT WITHOUT BEING HUNGRY! ;HT LOSSMEDICAL CLINICS Pitseleh Donor for Sunday The strange eight-yeal liaison between the late Chapter of Florists, Lucy Little Flower Aline Bernstein, New York its annual Shop, Skene's Flowers, Eva's stage designer and this Sunday, Flowers and Gifts, Violet Dell produce1, with the loud the Villa Nova Florists and , Velvet Petals anti-Semitic writer Thomas !Winter Park. Florist. Wolfe. is laid bare for the willinctudea Admission is a $50 first time in "Aline,'" a show by Kay minimum, tax deductible biography of Ms. Bernstein to the spring donor and $18 for out-of-town by Carole Klein (Harper& flowers have guests. ROW). by Peele and For reservations, call Gloria Village Titen, chairman, at 647-6848. Sisterhood Beth Sholom 00IM00I.e000000=II=00ll FREE Delivery & Set-Up Sisterhood to Art Auction Hol00 Luncheon BUTLER PLAZA of Liberal begins with a preview at Temple Beth Sholom Howell Branch Rd. L r hood will 7:30 p.m., followed by the Sisterhood of Satellite Beach at; 43S kL _"-[1-  J auctiontobe auctionatS:3Op.m, willalso will hold its Torah Fund  +f!+i', +I Marina Art include wine and cheese and luncheon on Wed., Apr. 30, Casselberry of Nyack, dessert, in addition to a raffle noon, at Irma Dubowsky's 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon.-Fri. -___,j,,  3, at the prize, home. Donation is $2. Forfurther Donation is $7.50. For Ii GPm Sat    which information, call 64_5-0444. reservations by April 21. call 77366O4. Hadassah Sets , , _ , .........