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for little up in a very ,'re Grandma pearls, she soon again, town on their to attend a for Panasonic, EDWYNNA their three in the care of Grandpa, "N. Manager for the West Coast make their Calif. Mike never had visit from all at one had a ball with line, SUZANNE, four. baking and specialties for the visitors md that the ate fast food french fries). of two sons, lives with wife where he his masters in from Rollins little girls -- combing she got her wish! were enter- to Gatorland Walt Disney a wonderful Grandma and home to and Dad magic visit to Orlando DR. TILLIE SON- moved Tex. years, Tillie at Israel, who will 8]st birthday on of July, are fun to the "Pollyanna the Hey Day of show in have two :lhter and son-in- and SIG to settle makes his They have grandchildren STEVE Orlando, and JULIE and KLEIN lutie will g from California karts this month Y Plans to be with ' occasion. to MARGIE GRAFF and >urchased a m Casselberry time between body, Mass., in our nib. Warren have &NDY, age 15, ]0, and They are not new to this area as they have visited several times through the years, staying with brother and sister-in-law, MAX and RUTH MOGUL in Maitland, and on their most recent visit, with niece and nephew, RISA and JACK SALTMAN, and little PAMELA in Winter Park. We are looking forward to having you all with us and good luck in your new home! NORMA and ALLEN DUBBIN'S heads are still spinning with lovely memories of their daughter, LISA'S recent Bat Mitzvah. How proud she made them with her performance that culminated years of study at United Hebrew Schools of Springfield, Mass., Beth Shalom Hebrew School in Jacksonville, and Congr. Ohev Shalom Hebrew School in Orlando. Memories of the wonderful party Norma and Allen gave in Lisa's honor are also very vivid. They had an open house with entertainment. Many wonderful relatives came from out-of-town to share in their nochas. Among them were grandma ANNA DUBBRIN (Bubby) of Holyoke, Mass.; grandma and grandpa, SARAH and ABE LUDWIG (Babbe and Zadie) of Deerfield Beach; uncle JONNY LUDWIG (a hand- some batchelor) of Deerfield Beach; aunt MYRNA and uncle TOM GUTMAN from West Hartford, Conn.: cousins BEVERLY and HERMAN SHORE of Long Meadow, Mass.; DORIS and HENRY LEVIN of Miami; and great aunt PAULINE and great uncle PAUL GOLDBAND of Deerfield Beach (formerly of Spring Valley, New York). Also many dear friends were present. Now, with this happy occasion behind them except for the lingering memories, Norma and Allen will be looking forward to the Bat Mitzvah of daughter, SHARI, age 11, and the Bar Mitzvah of son, BENJY, age eight. (When these occasions have past, you can look forward to the weddings ... and the grandchildren and the Bar Mitzvahs ... and on ... and on ...) Initiation ceremonies were held on May 2nd at Rollins College for WENDY KORMAN and EVE HOMBURGER, who have just been elected into Kappa Delta Pi, an Honor Society in Education. Those selected are chosen on the basis of their scholarship and potential to become school personnel of high quality. Both Wendy and Eve are in the masters program in guidance and counseling at Rollins where Eve works as a head resident. Eve was formerly physical education director at the J.C.C. Wendy is the wife of Atty. GERALD KORMAN. GLORYETTE DENN will be flying to Bloomfield, Mich. shortly, while husband ALLEN, tends the "home fires." She will be visiting with her son and daughter-in-law, DAVID and JOANNE DENN, and grandchildren, STEVEN, who attends college in Allendale, Mich. and KAREN, who is a junior high school student and an accomplished pianist who spends her summers at Interlochen Music Camp. Karen comes from a very musical family (Great aunt and uncle, SHIRLEY and ARTHUR TOBACHNIK, are with the Florida Symphony Orchestra, he as concert master, she as first cellist). However, the highlight of Gloryette's trip will be attending the bridal shower for granddaughter, SUSAN DENN. Six close family friends will be hosting the shower for Susan. who is taking her nurses training in Des Moines, Iowa. In fact, bride and groom- to-be, DONALD ALPINER, are both graduates of the University of Michigan and Donald is attending medical school in Des MOines as well. The couple will be flying to Michigan for the shower and back again to school in Iowa and back once more for the wedding on August 17. After the wedding, they will fly back to Iowa to complete their studies. That's a lot of flying, but, as most young lovers, they are up in the clouds anyway and won't even notice! BEA and JACK LICHT are excited to behold, their darling seventh grandchild who is only five-months-old! The Lichts are getting ready to go to Plainview, N.Y., to visit their daughter and son-in-law, JAN and BOB ADELBERG, and grandchildren, MARC, 10, LYSE, seven, and baby JASON, five-months-old. They will be seeing Jason and holding and cuddling (and whatever doting grandparents do) for the very first time! Bea and Jack have a son and daughter-in-law NElL and ADRIENNE LICHT who live in Boston, Mass., with grand- children, JENNIFER, l 0, Regular 'orlMIvlruu'00'''"'00nn N o w PRECISION CUT $ 7 9 9 BLOW DRY H00IIR IT II 282-0734 I 898-3120 DANUBE PLAZA 1921 Colonial Dr. 707 S. Semoran BIvd Orlando Orlando HERITAGE: _Flor!da.Jewish News. May 1._!.980. Page 9 WALLACH. Having a little more than The couple met in Israel, where they both attended Hebrew University. There were many touching moments during the ceremony especially when bride, bridegroom and loved ones stood under the chtlpa as RHONDA MARX on flute and one week to enjoy the Fenster hospitality and the beautiful Florida weather, they spent their time relaxing and soaking up the sun. Bruce was happy, also, to have some time with younger brother, MARK, a graduate of the University of South Florida at Tampa, who now resides and works here in Orlando. CAROLE STEIN on piano, NICOLE, eight, ELIZABETH, played the moving and four, and JOCELYN, who just appropriate "Sunrise, Sunset" celebrated her first birthday on from "Fiddler on the Roof." May I st. Paul and Parinez will make Grandma Bea's face lights their home in Ottawa, Canada. up when she talks about her We wish them both a lifetime grandchildren. They are the of health, happiness, and light of her life! Enjoy them togetherness. Mazol tov! Sue was entertainment Bea, they grow up so quickly! chairman for the Israel Expo EDIE and CHARLIE FEN- . held outdoors on the campus Who is that lady? She looks STER had some very familiar. She sounds familiar, welcome house guests just of Rollins College. While Of course, it's MIMI LADIN! recently. Son, BRUCE came acting as emcee for the Only kidding, Mimi. You're not home for a visit with mum and program, a beautiful butterfly landed on her arm and stayed, o that easy to forget, even dad and brought along and stayed, and stayed! Sue though you've been away CANTOR SAM RADW1NE, a said she intended to take it from Orlando so long. fellow student at Hebrew home, give it a name and a Mimi is just back from asix- Union College's Jewish feeding dish. What do week hectic vacation that Institute of Religion in New butterflies eat? started when husband GENE York, where they both have Some people get butterflies in their stomach when they have to perform in public ... Not SUE WEINMAN ... She gets butterflies on her arm! LADIN had to be in Baltimore another year to complete their for his job. Mimi, determined studi. 101 lit, Carter (no ,), an I ove here I left arin  :are AP I[ and five weeks peras doing reading many to join him, took her Irish Setter named relation to Jimmy), and drove down to Miami where she left the dog and her car in the care of daughter STEPHANIE, and flew to Baltimore. She spent watching soap operas, doing needlepoint, novels, eating out in all the fine restaurants and most of all, " making Gene happy by just being there with him. They spent one weekend in New York visiting family, and the other four weekends in Washington, D.C., once their home, getting together with old friends. While up north, Gene bought Mimi a new car so they both returned to Florida via the Auto Train, arriving in Odando on a Thursday morning and driving the new car to Miami that same afternoon to attend Steph- anie's graduation from the, Universi W of Miami. Daughter, LESLIE LADIN, a teacher of special education at Colonial High School in Orlando, flew down for the occasion. After a five day stay in Miami, the Ladins, including the star of the family (Carter), drove back in two cars! A beautiful bride, a handsome groom and a fairytale courtship that spanned many years and many miles ... On Sun., May 4, RABBI RUDOLPH ADLER of Congr. Ohev Shalom, had the double honor of giving the bride away and officiating at the marriage of his son, PAUL and PARINEZ AMINI, daughter of DR. A. and MIRIAM AMINI of Teheran, Iran. Paul is the oldest of Rabbi and ROSE ADLER'S three children, which includes son, 'ALLAN, and daughter, RAE FACTORY OUTLET - 60% off STORE SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICES EVERY DA Y! TEACHERS WANTED CONGR. OF LIBERAL JUDAISM :is establishing its faculty for the 1980-81 school year. gs exist in the areas of Judaica, arts & crafts and music. 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