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a long trip to but ROSE AND I'IELFSTEIN will it forever. It's the son DONALD ROBERTA and mother AGNES (all who were of our community ago). The event Rose and Jesse was the Bar Mit- grandson, HELFSTEIN, recently won a scholarship. are sent to CARNOW AND WISE were among of the Edgewater crew who won 13th, and STEINFELD SILVER were of the Winter won in one fund-raiser $60,000 -- every ns' presidents' on May second annual affair at the e Harness 600 people atten- proceeds go to Cancer NANCY AND ther members of the Worked long and this night a son of ALAN, is an student at now, made the be the that the At- of Helman, advantage of Meg ARON- HELENE, from Cornell ARTHUR AND son L, has just been Alpha Omega medical honor son, IR- a finalist in the essay con- the Orange Sportsman's the Sentinel toall! to all our High School have come measles (you I are, no need to new York, at the Playhouse, Will work! We FELD- PIZZEF PASTA Room Dm Take Out pm Orders prn 830-4897 of MARGE AND ALAN, still A[T'Oi. practices on her front lawn and she's good -- so good that  she's made the cheerleaders squad for next year at i " "'" M-y!Maitland BEITE Jr. ETTINGER High. Y-E-H-can A- now tell people what to do (and where to go) and PHONE 645-3849 SCHRIEBER, teacher at Temple Israel and the Jewish Day school, is leaving.., and we mean leaving! She's making Aliyah to join her husband, JACK, who has been there for several mon- ths. Good luck -- we're going to miss you. This is the fifth year that Lyman High School has given an award for an, outstanding band student provided by the MARTIN NEIL Scholarship fund (started by BETTY AND DANNY STEIN in memory of their son). This year's award will be presen- ted by daughter, CAROL. DOTTY AND BUD BLAHER'S son, MICHAEL, who will be graduating from Brandeis with honors from the Russian department, will be entering law school at American University in Washington, D.C. He is also the recipient of the James Mandon Memorial Priz which "is given to a student who, in his own quiet way has demonstrated potential quality and worth." And that's a great tribute to a young man who managed to get himself involved in many activities at school, such as being the Treasurer of Hillel and layout director and news editor of the student paper. Are they proud?.., you bet! Turtle jewelry is what DAVE GILLMAN is soiling these days. He's working for Cayman Turtle Farms where they breed and raise green sea turtles, conduct nutritional and health research, and develop food and non-food products. Imagine being married for 40 years? Impossible? Don't you believe it because MILLIE AND BILL AVIRON have just done it. They celebrated on May 18th and are as happy as can be. AMY HELMAN, daughter - probably even get paid for it. She graduates from Rollins College tomorrow, May 27th, with a Masters degree in guidance counseling. An exhibition is under- way...at the Grand Central Hotel in Orlando this weekend, May 27 and 28. IR- VING RUBIN, local traditional watercolorist, will be doing the exhibiting at the request of the MARTENS from the Peacock Gallery located in Orlando. It will be a revealing experience! Extra speedy recovery to BARBARA GREEN who has the distinction of receiving our very first KLUTZ Award. It all started when Barbara ' got out of a car, stepped into an uncovered water meter hole. In the process d trying to catch herself from falling, she hit her hack against the hubcap of the car. She had a huge swollen bump on her back and internal bleeding, but she's confident she will be back in circulation shortly. Isn't it nice when we can laugh at ourselves I .. SUNSHINE STATE )1 I i UNVEILING KASTEN The unveiling of a monument for the late STEPHEN KASTEN will take place on Sunday, May 28, 2:30 p.m. Woodlawn Cemetery Rabbi Larry Halpern will officiate. Relatives and friends are invited to attend and return to the Kasten residence at 239 Deb0ra CL Altam0nte Springs, following the service. The unveiling will be held regardless of weather conditions, ITJJJAN tmlOIAJJTIml featuring Italian Entrees and International Breakfast. UNLIMITED LUNCHEON BUFFET- 7 BEER WINE SALAD BAR j Served in a cozy atmosphere of stained glass and natural wood. Bring the family for fine dining at reasonable prices. Monday Night Build your own Sub 8" Salad 2.19 Tuesday Night Feast on our Roman Banquet 2.69 MON-THUR 7 AM-12 MIDNITE SUN 9 AM-12 MIONITE FRI-SAT til 2 AM Wt r,  , tsrt  It Area Girls in Jr. Olympics Orlando students, Susan Godorov and Allcia Cohen, are among the more than 300 young gymnasts who will compete this weekend in th 1978 Florida Association Junior Olympic Gymnastic Championships to be held at Colonial High School. Susan, daughter of Judy Godorov, of Winter Park, will compete in Class HI for 10-11- year olds; Alicia, daughter of Susan and Bob Cohen of Longwood, will enter Class III for eight-year olds and under. State gymnastics chairman and meet director, Collee SUSAN G(X)OBW takes bstmc flora Coach Riddle. a,v Riddle of Gymnastics South, coming here from all over called the Championship Florida," she said, "and meet the largest Amateur we've got two fine corn- Athletic Union event. "We petitors from our own corn- are pleased that athletes are munity." UNFORGETHBLE DINING! F|EEBEEB, INDWINE We'll pour all you can drink with dinner! Ilill SILID lOUIS Toss all the greens and goods you wish STEi|S, LOBSTEB,, SHB, IMP,&SNIPPEI And more! Our menu starts at just $4.45 8rvwm00s00e00 1361 S. Odendo Ave (17-92 one mi. N. of Lee Rd) Dinner every nite from 6 AMEX*BAC*OIN-CLUB*MC .... 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