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(at podium), regional vice president relieved last year's officers of alld installed the new slate. Shown sitting (I to r) Alma Kerben, Rishona ,ident; Rita Geller, regional vice president; Gloria liten, donor chairman; in, president of the Orlando chapter; and Rhoda Meltzer, Chaverot Hadassah HERITAGE photos by Barbara Coenson-Roth touch of to the UJere harpist (1) and GREENSPUN (continued from page 1) an rarnp. We did iddle, but they fed us. acl. s',[ find ourfamily." tecrne still alive? 1, 8, archer sisters were of names, People looking spotted ... "Our ..." He was in a nearby no transporta- was not too Walk to see our brother was where he had Many doctors, Specialist from on his ppled had turned. while he was he had been right away after aybe his hand Y offered the go to school, to and to learn a an ORT school. Together women in trained me year to sew brassieres. rmers came to entertain us." performed in HELEN and JOE GREENSPUN cellar like Anne Frank during the war. Now Joe was helping to smuggle people into Palestine. The British, at that time, occupied the land that was to eventually become the State of Israel and had stopped all immigration there. But that did not stop Joe. He took care of these illegal immigrants, assuring their safe journey to the Jewish homeland. Helen thought she would go there. Her sisters, who had been married in Germany after the war, along with their husbands, wanted to go to America. "One sister was going to live in New York, the other in Detroit." So Helen decided to go to Amedca, too, to be with her family when they arrived. But fnstead of New York, she was arrived. "My other sister and her husband went to Detroit. My brother came much later." When the entire family had arrived in the U.S., Helen asked JFS to send her to New York. "What's the difference where I go to school? But they told me as soon as I leave Pittsburgh I will be on my own. But I didn't care." Helen was given a babysitting job to raise money for her journey to New York. She went there on her own ... "and they did nothing to help me, but now l'm sorry. I could have finished my education." In New York, the uncle of Helen's brother-in-law got her a job, again sewing corsettes and brassieres in a factory. "It was the first time in my life I worked in a factory ... so many people ... it was so shows. "They ,,i roney because Oney just to sent to Pittsburgh in 1949, monotonous." where Jewish Family Service Then one day a man ted to go to had found her a place to live appeared on her sister's door- flIlt r all, she had no and take care f her. Sh h step looking for Helen. llrica She had began school, wen a mont It was Joe. 1an named Joe later, her sister was brought to He asked Helen to come I.. in the Russian the U.S. after having a baby in with him to meet his family in -iirmy during the Germany. "I wanted to go to Cleveland. j:hever spent time New York to be with them," She went ... and in March of 11%ntration camp but her sister told her to wait 1 951, Joe and Helen HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 25, 1980, Page 7 Orlando Chapter at Villa Nova Hadassah Women Present Annual Donor Luncheon More than 170 Nova Restaurant last officers, musical enter- Hadassah members Sunday -- a busy tainment and a bridal attended the Orlando morning and afternoon fashion show presented chapter's annual donor -- which included by Kay Saffer, modeled luncheon at the Villa installation of new by Hadassah members. HERE SHE COMES... Hadassah member Barbara Green modeling one of the latest bridal fashions. Let T6em Know You 9ew It In ttERITACTEI I IIII 00lt's NEW! It's DELICIOUS! It's got EVERYTHING! and it's now available to YOU! introducing the greatest satisfaction in eating ... EVER ... COOKIE JAR "... and much more"' SO The finest tasting cakes, pastries, breads, bagels, candies and cookies you will find anywhere.., all made with natural ingredients ... Here is just a taste- tempting sampling of what you'll find ... BREADS: I-Ir-I French r-II-I Jewish Rye 1"31-1 Italian I"lr-1 Raisin I-It"3 Chalah liE3 Pumpernickle I-Ill Pieta BAGELS: E3li Plain E3li Sesame liE] Onion rlr'l Poppyseed COOKIES: SPECIALTY CAKES: I-Ii-1 Gingerbread I-'11"1 Birthday E]E] Snaps r'lli Bar Mitzvah 1-11-1 Chocolate ChipE3r'l Wedding lid Oatmeal Raisin E]li Anniversary I-Ill Peanut Butter liE] Sugar liE] Swedish Nut QUICHES: liE] Lorraine lili Spinach I-Ir-I Vegetable lil"l G raduation CANDLES !-I1-1 Turtles liE] Cherries r-Ill Peanut Clusters r-II--I Raisin Clusters E]F! Almond Bark [3[3 Butter Cremes Bakalava Cheesecake Squares Petit Fours Eclairs Napoleans Assorted Coffee Cakes Date Nut Bars Peanut Butter Bars Brownies Raspberry Bars and we'll bake your favorite pie or any pastry on special r euerything made with NATURAL edients O bl COOKIE . NowopENi. LONGWOOD V,-LAGE SHOPelN6 CEt'00   On S.R. 434 .... i., 331"5330