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Mitzvot Michaels Helen Michaels, daughter of Mr. of Maitland, will be as a Bat Mitzvah on the May 30-31 at Congr. Ohev -is a seventh grade student at nior High School where she is a the Pep Club. She is+m student at )oi of Creative Arts and her fourth year in piano. She of ballet and toe at the Arts. is active in the Cadets and is It me troop paper. Stephen Golub Stephen Jay Golub, son of Dorothy and Seymour Golub of Orlando, will be called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on the Shabbat of May 30-31 at Temple Israel. Stephen is in the seventh grade at Robert E. Lee Junior High School where he participates in extracurricular activities. His hobbies include sports, stamp collecting and swimming. He is a member of Temple Israers Kadima USY. Sharing in the family&apos;s simcha will be Stephen's brother, Jeff; sister, Donna of Tampa; uncle. Joe Goldblatt of Miami; aunt, Leah Burger of Washington, D.C.; and cousins, Jackie and Jimmie Carter of Washington, D.C. ,rom Crepes ,oKnishes with Ellis Geier It's ' That scourge of summer that, after Our children for of rest is sulely ut as a mother 12 months, I attached the "good" to did not have ured out Norse -- "can r" Ray I") or "will you" I do?" The only them out of the rthe last question is a dust rag, a laundry, or mow the lawn. • stock answers Id "will you" -- (!) Maybe, and r ther. They hold eat I'II have to be as time wears Is really wearing. all the summer- By got to v  only noon on F, +. aev start yelling any part of the wait for an over and over. is in the which is or from the mere you never o relax. one with the up with me, I "Morn!" the with food squarely in the I its eyes and said. it out. You're my Fie thought he me from my glazed expression and jumpy nerves. ) "Oh, no, I'm not, dear." (The sweet voice ought to fool him.) I'm your Aunt Gertrude from Montana, your mother's long lost twin sister." That stopped the little tyke for a moment. (The cannibal pondered this over two sandwiches and my last bottle of diet soda.) "Aunt Gertrude, can four of my friends sleep over tonight? I was going to ask Morn. but since she's not here ..." I cut him off sharply. "'Maybe. Later. Ask your Mother." Summertime is also Rowdies time, the time to get up, get out and get Rowdie at the Stadium. It's a time for tailgate picnics, and who can better supply the dessert than team captain, Jan Van der Veen? Jan is a skillful midfielder with a remarkable sense of humor. Dutchy, as he is called, has a nose that won't quit, broken years ago in a soccer match. When it was re- broken in a game in Philadelphia, the first question he asked the doctor was.-Is it straight now?" DUTCH APPLE PIE Jill and Jan Van der Veen 6 oz. ( 175 g.) self-rising flour 1 tsp. baking powder 3 oz. (75 g.) castor sugar (3x sugar) 1 large egg 6 Tbsps. milk ! tsp. cinnamon Sift flour and baking powder and add sugar. Blend egg, milk and cooled melted butter. Pour into flour and beat gently to make smooth, fairly soft mixture. Spoon mixture into well-greased pan ] I" x 7" (28 cm x 18 cm). Spread with topping. TOPPING: 1 oz. (25 g.) melted butter 1 lb. (450 g.) cooking apples 3 oz. (75 g.) 3x sugar (Castor sugar) I tsp. cinnamon Brush top of cake with butter. Arrange peeled, cored and thinly sliced apples in overlapping rows. Generously sprinkle With mixed castor sugar and cinnamon. Bake for I I IIII SCHWINN  CYCLERY |  'J "Serving CentraIF/orida 33 Years" [ - -  SAL.ES• SERVICE Factory Authorized Service Dept. • We Repair All Makes and Models • We Have Parts and Accessories For.All BiCycles. i11€₯€M!1l It, Oil 11111111111111 |AJIIIL₯ 3 SPEEDS - 5 SIbEEDS -'10 SPEEDS 6MX Racing-Touriog • Tri-Wheelers • Exercisers ALTAMQNTE COLONIALTOWN SCHWlNN SCHWlNN 996 E. HWY. 436 618 N. MILLS AVE. ALTAMONTE ORLANDO ram-m09, s,00-24oo _, HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. May 30. 1960. Page 7 Madi Sulman, Craig LeKach Wed Marji Sutman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Sulman of Orlando. and Craig LeKach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben LeKach of West End, N.J.. were married Sun.. May 25 at Congr. Ohev Shalom. The wedding party consisted of best man. Sydney LeKach, brother of the bridegroom: matron of honor, Robin Rose, sister of the bride: ring bearer, Scooter Rose; and flower girl. Allison LeKach, Special guests included Marji's grand- mother, Mrs. Ceil Frost of Orlando, Craig's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker of Long Branch. N.J., and out-of-town guests from Chattanooga, Atlanta, New Jersey. Pennsylvania, Arizona and California. Marji and Craig will honeymoon in the Caribbean Islands. The couple will reside in Inverrary, Ft, Lauderdale, upon their return. - CRAIG and hRJI I.EICH HDS Students Sell $1,500 Of Candy Youngsters at the Hebrew Day School recently raised nearly $1,500 in a candy sale, sponsored by the schoors parent-teacher association, Horim U" Morim. The top three students in candy -sales were fifth grade student fan Zlatkiss. first place; fourth grader Judy Zissman, second place: and second grader Jeffrey Greenwald. third place. 35 minutes in center of 400 degree oven. Cool and cut into squares. Enjoy! Our oldest son is • graduating and. along with the • families of two of his friends, l we're throwing a party to say. • "They made it!'" I was going • through some recipes and • found one of my favorites that I • haven't shared with you yet. It • came from St. Louis. from my II darling cousin Les and Mary's II wedding. 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