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television . a reality on May FELD/VN and O'SHAUGH - and wife Song Of Norway RAO of brother of the the wedding was followed aboard it set sail for Caribbean with Lou. for the the couple's McVAY of L JACKIE and KENS- " MICHELLE and IE O'SHAUGH- ,nd MELANIE all of and friends including sister.in-law, HY of Calif., LUCY DI of New Jersey and YMONDE of Paris, of Paris ... nd Lou spent a as soon as they the cruise. didn't want the I to endt) has a Ph.D. in has her office Lou is an and the for Tupper- ing to Lou, perfect ... a a fantastic places .., ! No one threw events to take place this birthday, birthday and of all ... the 'luding sons, and STE- to Wilkes- family reunion! Association ... Alliance? something during World easy to come'up like the "Brady Your name's not the situation I 7. MARTY became MR. ALPERT with a in their Springs. MARC. age I 0, son. TROY I I, were the ring daughter. six. was the was per- Atty. RON the beautiful the Alpert family other With nd hopped in drove to the Restaurant for kids like fondue!) Scene Around by Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 We wish you all much happiness together. Mo/cl to('.' Congratulations to Congr. Ohev Shalom's DORIS DOSS. Doris has been with the congregation for one-and-a- half-years as a part-time secretary in the office. Just recently, educational director, MOSHE ELBAZ. nominated Doris for "Secretary of the Year" on Radio Station WKIS, during National Secretary's Week. And she won!!! Doris and husband, RODDY DOSS, were guests for dinner at Sineni's Restaurant. It's nice to be surrounded by grandchildren anytime, but especially when it's your birthday. On May 20, SALLY GOLUB of Winter Park celebrated her 72rid birthday With grand- daughter, SHARON JACOB, a teacher of special education at Crooms High School in Sanford; grandsons, DONALD KLEIN, who will be graduating from the University of Central Florida this summer with a degree in marketing: BOB KLEIN, vice-president of Hillel at UCF: STEVE YOUSHA, a junior at Winter Park Junior High School; and RON YOUSHA, a student at Lakemont Elementary School. Grandma Sally had a ball opening presents, serving ice cream and blowing out all the candles on her home baked cake, The highlight of the birthday came late that night, after everyone went home and Sally was asleep. Grandson DAVID YOUSHA called with birthday wi,hes from Monterey. Calif., where he is studying at the Armed Forces Defense Language Institute. David forgot about the three hour time difference between here and California! Sally couldn't sleep anyway after such a special day! And speaking of birthdays. congratulations to SAMUEL LEWlN of Leesburg. who will be celebrating his 90th birthday with a big party in his honor at the Continental Golf Club in Leesburg on June 14. Many happy returns of the day to Sam and Sally You're not getting older, you're getting better! Definitely on their way to fame and fortune. JOAN WEBER. daughter of MICKEY WEBER of Casselberry. is a student at the University of South Florida in Tampa. studying mass communi- cation. Her professor sent her first article about a bloodmole to the local newspaper. The paper promptly published it with her by-line! HOWARD RING, son of ADELE and PHIL RING of Winter Park. (and big brother of ROBBIE) is fast becoming a backgammon champion. Howard, a student at the University of Florida in Gainesville. is quite proficient in the game. usually coming in fir in every competition he enters. He recently won his second open backgammon tourna- ment. Congratulations to winners of the first annual Science Fair at the Hebrew Day School. First place winners are: MICHAEL ARZOUANE. sixth grade: DAN GILAD, fifth grade; JUDY ZISSMAN, fourth grade; ARI COHEN. third grade; and JEFF GREEN- WALD, second grade. Second place winners are: IAN ZLATKISS, sixth grade: MARK GARDBERG. fifth grade; LARRY GREENBERG, fourth grade; KAREN BIERMAN, third grade; and ERIC MARK S . second grade. Newcomers Welcome to our com- munity ZEI..N and EDDIE BROWN and daughter, KAREN. The Browns, who are from Bushey, England, (a suburb of London) just bought a Condo in Tuscawilla. They have spent many vacations here in Orlando, visiting Zelma's sister and brother-in-law. SONJA and ARMAND MARCHESANO. Sonja is the former Sonja Unger, past Promotion and Marketing Director of the Winter Park Mall and long-time member of Congr. Ohev Shalom. The Brown's plan to spend the month of June here after Karen. age 17, graduates from high school in England. They are hoping to visit their condo at least two or three times a year after that. June will be a very special time for Sonja. Her sister GALA, and husband RABBI ALAN GREENSPAN of New Jersey. with daughter DENA, age 14, will also be visiting and her son JEFF UNGER. age 18. will be home from Oxford College of Emory University for summer vacation. Son LARRY UNGER is in the musical field here in Orlando. The only family member who will not be at the reunion is Gala and Alan's son. ARI, age 17. ARI GREENSPAN will be in the Catskills working as a counselor-magician. Speaking of Magic, this will be the first time that all three sisters. Sonja, Zelma and Gala, will be toether in almost six years! Enjoy each other. You've got a lot of catching up to do! II HapPy From June 8. 1930. in Brooklyn, N.Y., to June 8. 1980. in Orlando ... that represents rnany years and many miles but in one way it's as if time and place were the same because the hands that joined together then are still clasped together, today. 50 years later. Those hands belong to SARAH and LOUIS KROI t, of Orlando. PI-IO TOGRAPH of a wedding. Shown (I to r) Ron Brooks otffdatlng, Marc Alpert, bridegroom Martg Alpert, bride Suzanne Casto, Troll C.asto and Mindle Elgn AtperL The Kroll's will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at a family reception at the Sea World Polynesian Luau. tendered by their daughter, ARLENE COI-FON, and grandsons, MARK, BARRY and ERIC of Maitland. Also, daughter Arlene and her sons will host a reception for her parents in the Kinneret Social Hall on June 15 from 7- 9 p.m. All friends are invited Louis Kroll is the president of Kinneret Tenants Assoc- iation. Chairman of Orlando Senior Citizens Advisory Board. chairman of the Orange County Silver-Haired Legislative Delegation and is very active with the many problems and needs of senior citizens. Sarah's brother and sister- in-law. IRVING and LIBBY SCHWARTZ of Lauderhill. Fla.. and niece and nephew. LOIS and KEN SCHWARTZ and their youngsters. PAUL and ALAN, of Marrietta, Ga.. will be sharing !n the simcha. The month of May has been a very exciting and busy one for RUSTY and SAM SULMAN. Their daughter. MARJI. was married to CRAIG LEKACH on May 25 at Congr. Ohev Shalom. That was the culmination of a hustle bustle round of showers, luncheons, parties. and on and on! The first weekend in May there was a "kitchen shower" luncheon at the home of CAROL ZIMMERMAN. The following weekend, another beautiful luncheon shower was given for the Bride at La Belle Verriere. On the third weekend. Rusty, Sam. Marji and Craig flew up to West End. N.J.. where Craig's parents. ZELDA and BEN LEKACH. hosted a beautiful Ufruf and luncheon at Congr. Brothers of Israel. in Elberon. NJ. That evening, an engage- ment dinner party was hosted in the LeKach's home so all their family and friends could meet and welcome the Sulmans, All these happy events and much more led up to the wedding. We wish the new couple much happiness together and a much needed rest. Congratulations are in order for TYBELL W. KAHN on her reappointment by Governor Bob Graham to the Board of The Nursing Home Ombuds- man Committee for District 7. Tybell received her B.S. degree from Florida State University. She is a'teacher in the Orange County School System and a member of the American Home Economics Association. Her term on the Committee will expire March 15. 198Z Tybell is the wife of WOLF H. KAHN of Orlando. 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