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At that rate, it won't be long before she plays a piano solo at Carnegie Hall. So far she's mastered "chopsticks" but we've got faith ... keep it up Judy! Somehow when I wasn't watching, several people had birthdays and I wouldn't want them to slip by without everyone knowing about their one day older" day. Belated wishes to RONI UBOW, HILDE SANDLOFER, JUDY LEVINE and RODION SALE. SUSAN GODOROV, a sophomore at Winter Park High School, represented her school in the West Orlando Optimist Girls High School Gymnastics meet on April 28 at Evans High. More than 30 girls competed and Susan came in 2nd place in "vault" and 6th place in "floor" cate- gories. Susan's outstanding performance helped their school's team rank 2nd in this meet! DIANE GODOROV is also a winner. A senior at Winter Park High School and a member of the school's varsity crew team, Diane happily returned from the State Race in Jacksonville. The team won first place in girls varsity state four-woman shell competition, as well as first place in varsity state mixed four-shell competition. The state race for eight is the next competition planned. Good luck! Both girls are the daughters of JUDY GODOROV of Winter Park. We'd like to send a special birthday wish to SARAH MOSS of St. Pete. Sarah will be 92 on May 12! She is the aunt of BILL BUCHALTER and is very dear and special to all who know her. Back from the "wilderness" are the KANTERS. HAL and UNDA and children, LORI and JONATHAN, tried their hand at "roughing it" camper style at Ft. Wilderness the weekend of April 29, and they loved it! T.C. DOOLEY, local disc jockey, will be at the JCC on Sat., May 12, at 8:30 p.m., at the Center's adult social. If you are a social adult you might want to consider joining with other social adults for an evening of fun! Congratulations to HARRI- ETTE WATKINS of Orlando who graduates nursing school today (May 11). The proud family will celebrate on May 13 and celebrants will include husband, DON, 13-year-old RANDY, and g-year-old TERESA as well as parents, ROSE and BEN KLOPMAN. Harriette's sister, MARILYN BUCHALTER, and family, husband, BILL, LESLEY and CHUCKY will also join the cele- bration. And if Rose and Ben Klop- man's name sounds familiar, they were the "45th anniver- sary couple" featured here in the April 20 column and we i L POOL ENCLOSURES ll' '/,2a'Afl P/''J" VINYL WINDOWS PATIO ENCLOSURES AWNINGS FLORIDA ROOMS fREE ESTIMATES CARPORTS MOBILE SCREEN 628-3949 CONCRETE S=. REPAIR UNIT LICENSED OR 14 ,STATE CERTIFIED 0989 '""' ,.,u.o 293- ,x..,,.c, DuLANDO SCREEN & AWNING flllST 1TY ROAD. O Ill'h*'t HERITAGE, Flodda Jewish News, May 11, 1979 Page 9 just learned that their daughter, Harriette made a lovely party for them which made the anniversary very special indeed! Let me tell you about HOWARD UPPTON. He's finishing his graduate studies at Tulane U. and will enter medical school in Gainesville in September. His parents are IRVING and BEA UPPTON of Orlando and one of his sisters, JOANIE KIMBALL lives in Maitland. And we're led to. 'believe that we'll be seeing a lot of Howard when he finishes school. Good luck, we're all proud of you! You still have time to clean out your closets -- the JCC's giant flea market has been re- scheduled for May 20. Wanta help 'em? Call INA PORTH or SUSAN ROTH, co-chairmen of this event. Talk about people doing things together is fine but when it comes to husbands ' t and wives celebrating birth- days on the same day, that's a lot of togetherness. Happy birthday to HARRIETTE and DON WATIINS who cele- brate their birthdays on May 6. Last week's column incor- rectly had JOE ABRAMS returning from Israel. It should have been JOE ABRAMSON, Sorry And returning from the B'nai B'rith regional con- vention held in W. Palm Beach are PEARL BROWN, GLORY- ETTE DENN, FRIEDA KER- BEN, TOBY KAYE, RUTH GOLDBERG and DIANE ABRAMSON. They've brought back many new ideas to share with their chapter. As difficult as it might or might not seem, this week's column marks our "first anniversary" together. The month of May means different things to different people. Not only does it mark Israel's Independence (31st year) but it is also mental health month, radio month and humor month (can't you tell). This past week was "be kind to animals week and National Music week. "And May 13 is Mother's Day. For all you mothers, grandmothers, step- mothers, mothers-in-law, aunts, mothers-to-be, great grandmothers, etc., ENJOY!!! Last minute gift ideas .... A Lycra String Bikini by Elisabeth Stewart $12.00 Black, Brown, Teal, Rust, Emerald, Aqua Mon.. Sat. 9:30 - 5:30 647-5519 Fine Lingerie Foundations Loung e Wear = Swimwear Prostheses Fitted 218 Park Ave. North