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by Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 Unique about s to an old w one? Nothing, i rw friend is a Prime Minister riend is wife of a at's unique! NA KLIMINITZ- al secretary to lister MENACHEM s in Orlando ..... , .Was escorted by P'SON. They had iLbrealfast at th: t msons and had d I become goo na confided that 0u most important ericans can do for bolster tourism. d Yona to send to er former and sorority sister Let d, rsity of Georgia,  NAVON Ofira is :w00 vil, Y1TZHAK NAVON, ngr. I 'nt of Israel! Yona was in town as sh Federation le 11  ke to members .c1! rlando Jewish rr ,,stressing Israers C_A I ' lud sic to his parents is what STEVEN cha! of DR HOWARD S01t )Y OSER, made oh J teived a superior I c0 llUdent conductor few rr High School e State. Band be was the only lange County to [that mark of This s not a first Who had the being the only "tor to receive a at the District fine musician, !truments are and trombone. 'ER of Co,ege lit down and she ! (Is she coming lhe fact is -- she 360 mile bike her with blisters too sore for sitting ed knees too ing! ,iSPonsored by the r, took six days to le route from Beach to Naples b'ded with 700 ([Wlo, when they _-,_,dling," ate at LJi'nds and slept L? course some |'"[tO rely on the "sag wagon" to get them to Naples. Arlene relied on her trusty Schwinn I0 speed. In spite of the discomfort she is now feeling, Arlene says she thoroughly enjoyed the adventure and the friendships made along the way, including a Jewish couple from Pennsylvania. DOTTY KICHLER ... enjoy your vacation. Everything is under control. HOWARD KICHLER says that he is managing very ,ell, cooking, housekeeping, running errands and taking care of daughters, SERENA and JOY, while spouse Dotty is attending Pan Am Training School in London, England. She is taking a course on International Ticketing and Tariffs. Dotty will do some" touring while she's there and she plans to spend some time in New York as well. Howard says he's having "a ball" with his homemaking He received his under- graduate degree from Brandeis University, Cure Laude and has attended Oxford University and London University in England. Sharing in the nochas with the Sagers will be family and friends. They are planning a month-long celebration on their very own "Sager Island," in New Hampshire. LIDA LEVlN of Casselberry wants to thank all her family YONA KLIMINITSKY (l) and ELAINE GAMSON and friends who visited her during her recent confine- ment at Florida Hospital Alta- monte. We are happy that you are home, Lida, and we sure hope you are feeling better! chores and he's thoroughly enjoying all the time spent with the children. (And you thought he couldn't do without you!) Don't feel too badly, though. He admits it does get awfully lonely at night and he wants you to hurry home! BARBARA and ARNIE SAGER are proud of son, ROBERT CHARLES SAGER. Robert will be receiving his Masters Degree from Yale University, School of Organizational Management, on May 25th. The recent Passover Holiday was extra special for LIL and NAT HABER and sons, JIMMY and ALBERT. Not only did daughter, MARY, return from New York, where she attends school, but Lirs parents, SARAH and ALBERT LEVY of New York visited at the same time. The family gathering for this very special holiday was exciting in itself but the "icing on the cake" ... oops (the schmaltz on the matzo) was when Lirs friend, ESTHER SULCOV came all the way from Woodmere, Long Island, to be with them. She brought along her son ROBERT, daughter SHERRY and nephew STEVE BISSU. Esther was with the Habers in Israel last June when her son Robert and Lil and Nat's son Albert were Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall. [00holom Sisterhood [bate for Donor !n L,leth Shotom eti  Satellite Beach Club. "'7"tJ13Onor Service Donor is $15. For "| Wed. May 28, reservations by May 23, call Iu Gallie Yacht Margaret Roth at 773-6774. 1l oo FREE FOOD I00[OSE WEIGHT WITHOUT II BEING HUNGRY! I n1" Ktoo without dru ,s in'ectionsorstrenuousexcrcsc atNutri,Svstcm t I1 I .. g.. .I ......... .. . Ore calorie counting or meal planning. Special Nutri-System 1 t0 ls help you lose weight quickly and Safely. Medically II ri P supervised by physicians & professional nurses. !1 it 1 for FREE Over 200 Centers Nationwide Call for FREE ,li0n Consultation  No Obligation Consultation 1 s.,,Gs Moo i j,e 1900 W. COLONIAL & Better Business Bureau '" , , , I l mVW in. Also. congratulations to Jimmy Haber for making Honor Society at Edgewater High School. You made your parents very proud! Who was that lovely girl seen modeling teen clothes at Burdines? That was ELLEN STERN, of course, daughter > J of SALLY and SANDY STERN of Longwood. Ellen just completed an eight-week course and participated in the fashion scene at Burdines, Altamonte store April 28th There will be no "Wilhelmina" in Ellen's future, however, because she wants to pursue a career in the medical profession. This Lake Brantley ninth grader also enjoys pottery, bicycling, track and. swimming. ELLIOT and FERN SANDERSON of Charlotte, N.C., were in town recently for a visit with Elliot's morn, BLANCHE SANDERSON. That was enough to make Blanche happy but the fact that her darling grandchildren JOSH and DINA came with their parents sent her into a state of ecstacy! They enjoyed each others company and went back home with wonderful memories. The steady beat of "Disco on the Go" by disc jockey STEVEN HALPREN trans- formed the social hall of Congr. Ohev Shalom into "Regines" for the mini set (not skirts -- kids!) On Saturday evening, May 26, the fifth and sixth grade Kadima children, under the leadership of SUSAN ROSENBLATT, held a disco celebration in honor of Israel's Independence. The evening was spent snacking on brownies and punch and dancing, dancing, dancing! First prize in the disco contest for couples went to MARC and CYDNEE BLATT- NER. Special thanks to adorable ERIKA ROBERTS, daughter of RENEE and STAN ROBERTS, who, using her feminine charms, got the D.J. to play a request that no one else could get him to play. A good time was had by all! MIN and MOE ARBETTER have two wonderful events to look forward to! Their son JEFFREY will be receiving his Doctorate from Boston University this month, and he will be married to KAREN JACOBS of New York in June. Congratulations and mazol toY! A very special bris was held Fri., Apr. 2.5 for three of Orlando's community members from the Soviet Union. STANISLAV GOYKH- MAN, son of VIKTOR and LINA GOYKHMAN; YURI TARNARIDER, son of YEFtM and NINA TARNARIDER; and MICHAEL STRASH NOVA, son of EMIL and ROSA STRASHNOVA, received their Hebrew names and Jewish certificates. RABBI RUDOLPH ADLER and DR. PEDRO BACHRACH officiated at the Florida Hospital Altamonte. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, May 9. IG. Page 9 Parinaz Arnini, Paul Adler Wed MR. and MRS. Paul Solombn Adler of Ottawa, Canada, son of Rabbi Rudolph and Rose Adler of Orlando, and Parinaz Amini, daughter of Dr. A. and Miriam Amini of Teheran, Iran, were married, Sun., May 4, at Congr. Ohev Shalom. Paul and Parinaz met 10 years ago when both were students at the Hebrew University in Israel. When Paul returned to Canada, they continued a ]0-year long distance courtship. The wedding party consisted of best man Allan Adler, brother of the bridegroom; matron of PAUL ADLER honor Rae Wallach, sister of the bridegroom; ushers Paul Wallach, brother-in-law of the bridegroom; and Gerald Rutberg. Out-of-town relatives and guests included David Anisman of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hahn of Toronto, Anne Brown of Toronto, Susan Gould of Toronto, Rabbi and Mrs. B. Skop of Pompano Beach, Dr. and Mrs. Shapiro of Daytona, Rabbi and Carol Perras of Jacksonville, and Dr. and Mrs. Zwerdling of Miami. After honeymooning in Florida, the couple will reside in Ottawa, Canada. Temple Israel to Hold Graduation Exercise Temple Israel will hold graduation exercises for its Hey Class during Shabbat services Fri., May 9, beginning at 8:15 p.m. Graduating students include Rachel Adler. Cheryl Beth Sholorn Schedules Confirmation Confirmation ceremonies at Temple Beth .Sholom of Satellite Beach will be held Wed.. May 21, at 8 p.m. Confirmants include Susan Baer. Daniel Dujovne. Eric Goldsmith and Steven Huskey. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY TEACHERS WANTED CONGR. OF LIBERAL JUDAISM :is establishing its faculty for the 1980-81 school year. exist in the areas of Judaica, arts & crafts and music. Interested applicants should contact RABBI HILLMAN at 645-0444 Bernstein Andrew Cohen, Wendy Esko. Leslie Goldberg, Robin Goldberg, Stephen Golub, Marni Kerstein, Elyse Lieberman, Suzanne Morrell, Batya Rozwaski, Dara Toll, Marc Urbach, Ilene Weinreich and David Roland. IIII I II How can we help you? LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES RESUMES BUSINESS CARDS INVOICES NCR FORMS FLYERS BROCHURES SCORE FOLD STAPLE COLLATE PAD STITCH CUT & TRIM PERFORATE ... to name a few ways! Our services are many, so give us a call. Across from Myron's near the' Casselberry Post Office in LIVE OAKS CENTER Casselberry, FI 331-1001 USE HERITAGE 00k00lFIl00_