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May 23, 1980

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Page 6. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News May 23. 1980 Dr. Jules A. Echelman, Optometrist announces our new location at 429-A E. Michigan Ave. Orlando, Florida 32806 Specializing in Soft Contact Lenses Office Hours: 9 - 5 Evenings by appointment 843-3533 ORIENTAL GIFTS & GROCERY e Jade Ornaments China Imports Silk Embroidery Imported Ceramics Imported Oriental Foods & Cookware Now at two locations: Palm Springs Shopping Center 515 East Altamonte Drove Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 (305) 831-5101 (next to Albertson sJ ooo 571 North Semoran Blvd. Orlando, FI. 32807 (305) 273-5180 were confirmed on Tues., May 20, in lhe syna. gogue's sanctuary. Graduating students, shown standing with Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski (center) include; (I to r) Armond Estroff, Bruce Sneider, Lynda Schwalb, Adam Bren net, Rona Lieberman, Susan Bren- ner, Leslie Silverman, Penny Hanin, David Brenner and Mark Israel. P Liberal Plans . Membership Coffee Congr. of Liberal Judaism will hold a new members coffee on Thurs., May 29, 7:30 p.m. at the synagogue. All prospective members and newcomers to the community are invited. Representatives of the board of directors, as well as Rabbi Larry Halpern and Rabbi Andy Hillman will be there to answer questions. Coffee and dessert will be served. For further infor- mation, call Harriet Weiss, membership chairman, at 869-0340. The NEW Judaica High School is looking to employ teachers for the 1980-81 school year If You ... Are a committed and knowledgeable Jew Would like to be a role model for Jewish teenagers Have experience and enjoy working with bright teenagers Have a degree or related experience in the field of education Contact: Rita Bornstein -- 299-0177 Vice President of Jewish Education The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando Or your synagogue's Education Directors prior to May 30, 1980 Terri Tetenbaum Engaged to Mark Siegel Mr, and Mrs. Charles Tetenbaum of Sanford. announce the engagement of their daughter, Terri Lynn, to Mark Richard Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Siegel of Miami, Terri is a graduate of Seminole High School and the University of Florida. She is a CPA employed by Coopers and Lybrand in Ft. Lauderdale. Terri is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Jacobson of Sanford, and Mrs. Morris Tetenbaum of Orlando. Her fiance, Mark, was born in New Rochelle, N.Y. He is a graduate of Palmetto Hiqh School and the University of-Florida. He is employed by Southeast First National Bank in Miami. Mark is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woolf of New Rochelle. N.Y., and Mrs. Arthur Siegel of Hollywood. A July wedding is planned. , ,, Free place of business. Shampoo Steam Showcase You can enjoy We Donate 10% to YOUR Synagogue members and $] The at Kinneret 7:30 p.m. as part Cultural Admission is residents. $ I young musiciaf wandering "phi orchestra," also Yiddle's father, a named Efraim father. Nothinc particularly wh discovers that really a boy at all. The film is in English subtitles. Liberal Drama Congr. of has organized a that has plans productions upcoming year. The group, Melinda Helbraur the first MondaY month at 7:30 synagogue For further Helbraun at synagog Bob Spector ii;iii;;i!i:i::.;:.;:::i:i:::::::; j 39ers, is pleased to announce I To See the opening of... i I With His BOBIS WORLD Ot RE The film, Fiddle," starring specializing in will be shown RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE June I. The first s I In the Forest City Shopping Center sponsored by the. Hwy 436 r.ear the Post Office will be held at the IIH |