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HERRAGE. Florida Jewish News. June . 1980. Page 9 Scene Around by GLoria ousha call 671-2634 Just last week, the Area Rescue to free >les caught in and CYRIL FARB and ARTHUR been "floating since PERRY Kansas of Osteopathic the son of Elaine the son-in-law of Arthur. FRANCINE FARB 1 1-month-old attended the accompanied by f parents, brother STUART and with son 2, and aunt and and GEORGE all the and rounds of to commence- WOnderful occasion all, Perry will be one year at General Hospital in his native KORETZ is very and packing ready for a trip, returned from II1., where she Bar Mitzvah of nephew, AARON son of DR. JANET MUCH- 'Mitzvah was held at Yehuda with R. WOLKOW and HENRY ALTMAN to Sara, the shul is magnificent, like being in a concert hall, and Aaron was perfect, making his whole family very proud of him. After the service there was a reception at the Muchnik home. Every member of the congregation was invited as well as family and friends from California, Maryland, Washing- ton, D.C., Florida and Israel. Also, many local guests attended. Dr. Muchnik is a professor at The Governor's State University in Park Forrest, South, and is well- known in the community. So ... if Sara just came back, why is she getting ready to leave? She had such a wonderful time that she marked her calendar for the Bar Mitzvah of Aaron's brother, ERIC, age 11, in October, 1982, and brother, GREGORY, age g, who will be Bar Mitzvah in August, 1984. Sara is really planning ahead, but she is ready and eager to go! Congr. Ohev Shalom Bingo Volunteers finally had their chance at winning after watching others win each Sunday evening. They had a gala celebration at the Orlando Marriot, with a scrumptious meal and great music. And that's not all. They were treated to Orlando's answer to Fred and Ginger ... PHIL and JAN BLOOM, entertaining them with lots of "fancy footwork." Awards were presented to the captains and chairmen and a special award was given to BARBARA SIMONS. for extraordinary service above and beyond the call of B-I-N-G-O! Everyone had a ball and they are looking forward to next year's party which is tentatively set for the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. Any volunteers? A most meaningful Father's Day gift, and a most joyous one any dad can receive is to see his child excel ... On Father's Day, June 15, ARTHUR MOSKOWITZ will have that special gift. He and wife, HELEN, will have the pleasure of attending the ceremonies at the University of South Florida in Tampa to see their daughter, MARGARET. ANN MOSKO- WITZ, receive her Master of Arts Degree in Education. Margie received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education and Social and Behavorial Sciences from the University of South Florida. For the past two years she has been on the faculty of the Hillel School in Tampa and they will be sponsoring her continuing studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. We wish her good luck! OHEV Bingo volunteers had a treat when Jan and Phil Bloom hit the dance Ioor. You've heard of the Andrew Sisters ... but if you haven't met the Schwartzberg Sisters, you don't know what you're missing! They know what they've been missing ... each other, until this past week. That's when sister Anna Schwartzberg, now ANNA SIEGEL of Bayshore, Long Island, N.Y., and sister Elizabeth Schwartzberg, now ELIZABETH HODKIN, of Sunrise, Fla., came to visit sister Vangie Schwartzberg, who is now VANGIE WEISS, living right here in Orlando with her husband, SOL. When Vangie's sisters arrived, she sent Sol off to visit their daughter and son-in-law, RONI and HARVEY LIBOW, and grandchildren, ERIKA, 12- years-old and HILARY, age 8. They now live in Huntsville, Ala., but they lived in Maitland at one time. Vangie, Anna and Elizabeth had fun visiting friends, going to fine restaurants, swimming, playing bridge and catching up on all the family news. The Schwartzberg sisters hope to get together again, sometime soon! MARGARET MOSKOWITZ PERRY G. FARB JOE and SOPHIE SILVERMAH SARA R. KORETZ with [amUy photographs. RBARA SIMOHS re;eived a gilt [or her outstanding "Bingo" servic Give me an A, Give me an M, Give me a Y. rah. rah. rah! Give me an A, Give me an L. Give me I-O-N. Sis boom bah/ and MITCHELL MELTZER: and cousins from West Palm Beach. Sophie's children had a beautiful cake and corsage for her and lots of gifts. According to grand- daughter Judy, "'Grandma was pleased as punch and glowing. She doesn't look a day over 5Or" We agree, Sophie, and many happy returns of the day. AMY HELMAN, daughter of MARGIE and ALAN HELMAN, and ALISON APPELBAUM, daughter of DICK and DOTfY APPELBAUM, just made Junior Varsity Cheedeading! Amy joined the squad at Winter Park High School. Alison joined the squad at Edgewater High School. Let's hear those cheers! The Sanford Jewish Community Group had a very memorable Memorial Day gathering at the home of DORIS STEIN. Those present were MR. and MRS. SAUL ABRAMSON, MR. SAM BARR, MR. and MRS. MELVIN SISKIND, DR. and MRS. EDWIN EPSTEIN, MARCIA SISKIND, MRS. ROSE ZUCKERMAN and MR. and MRS. IRVING JACOBS of DeBary. Guests included MR. and MRS. STEVEN STEIN and daughter, KARl, of Maitland; MR. and MRS. FRED CARTER and son, BRIAN, of Columbia, S.C.; and MR. STEVE FRIEDMAN of Haworth, NJ. 80 YEARS YOUNG Newlyweds, SOPHIE and JOE SILVERMAN of Kinneret, (oops, they're not newlyweds after more than 60 years of marriage, they just Iool5 like newlyweds), recently cele- brated Sophie's 80th birthday at a party given by their family at Musicana in Winter Park. Sophie was surrounded by her loved ones, husband Joe; daughter THELMA SUSS- MAN of New York; daughter and son-in-law MAY and ARTRUR DRUCKER; grand- children PHYLUS SUSShMN of New York, ROBERT and CYNDI DRUCKER, and JUDY DR. HENRY and EUSE SHILOWITZ are very proud of their children. Son, STEVEN SHILOWITZ was just named to the Honor Society at Maitland Junior High School. He was a member of the schoors Quiz Bowl Team, which came in first place for Orange County, earning trophies for all its members. He will be a counselor-in- training at the JCC Day Camp this summer. Son, TED SHILOWITZ, just got his first job. He will be working at Brannen's Restaurant at the Dubsdread Country Club. Ted plays golf so he can ask the customers for good tips! (Golf tips, that is!) Daughter, REBECCA SHILOWITZ, age 3, attends JCC Nursery School where she excels in sandbox. Her parents expect big things from her ... castles, mudpies, etc. Has anyone noticed the three flags flying in front of LYN ESKO'S home? Each one represents something very special. The first flag represents the fact that Lyn's daughter, DEBBIE ESKO, age 15, made the Flag Corp at Edgewater High School. She is a good student and was recently sent as a delegate to the State-wide District Forum for Latin, held at the Hilton Inn, International Drive, where she won a trophy for the poster contest. The second flag represents the fact that daughter, WENDY ESKO, age 13, made the Flag Corps at Maitland Junior High School. She was also named to the Honor Society. The third flag was mounted by Debbie and Wendy in celebration of the fact that sister, SHELLY ESKO, age 10, will be leaving for a whole week to visit her grandparents, JEANNETTE and HARRY DELMAN in Sarasota. Of course, they'll miss you, Shelly, but have a great time!  i