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Scene Around 1 by Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 , J b'ip to Isra e/is exciting, but- family events all. dma HENRIETTA wonderful trip to and although it in her life, it not match all the things that TERRY, became Mitzvah; grandson, was married to GRAND; grand- SUSAN, was grandson, SAM, Jdaica High and Lyman High as a member of the Honor Society; and MARYLOU was installed as od resident of Judaism. Henrietta is also of her son, DR. GOSS, for having family! grandma -- this is is all about! nd PAUL HIRSH. hters MARCI, KIM, age I 1, just rom a vacation to sit friends to rendezvous with Ido area families for overnight SUE th IHAEL and JOSH, ,RDI and RON th daughter KIM for a "good 'ole first, Paul, Charlie ad to catch the fish! right price they his net these three came back with e dozen trout to cook After the they roasted and relaxed e fire. Was time to retire, their motor a circle to ward off a Indian attack and Sleep. In spite of a and thunder e night qamsons and parted for points headed and CHARLES are REED ho just made (grade point is on the ist at the University e. She is board of of the J. Reitz her sister, MARIE back from a They went on Students from munity College Florence practically Italy except President ad his NATO also visited Marie is a who now in Warner- KAREN SCHULMAN How do you like that DAVID MICOHEN, saving a girl from drowning? It seems he is always in the right place at the wrong time! Just a few weeks ago he was on the spot when his friend was injured in a water skiing accident and he has had many opportu nities to use his first aid, martial arts training and life-saving techniques through the years. According to his mom, SELMA, "he started out when he was very young, saving small animals, and he just gets involved wherever and whenever help is needed!" Don't move to New York City, David, you'll never get any sleep! Have you ever seen ADELE RING smile? A little grin once in a while, a look of approval, maybe a nod ... but NEVER A SMILE! So how come she's beaming from ear to ear? You guessed it! Her son, HOWARD RING, is home from school for summer vacation and now, together with husband, PHIL, and son, ROBBIE, Adele's family is complete once more. That's a good reason to smile! Throughout our lives, from year to year, We will probably find no other. Who will tend to us and fuss and care. Like our very own Jewish Mother. PEARL METZ is home from having surgery at Winter Park Memorial Hospital and she's on the road to recovery thanks to the constant care from her mother, EVA COHEN, who came from New York City to get Pearl back on her feet. With daughter, CAROLYN, in Washington, son, RICK, in Tampa and daughter, JOANNE, working at Camp Blue Star in North Carolina, it's nice to have morn around to help husband, BILL METZ, take care of her. Speaking of 3i11, Pearl and Bill are marking their 26th wedding anniversary, but will wait to celebrate in style when Pearl is completely well again. CAROL STEIN Mazol Tov DeparlTnent Belated happy birthday wishes to BARBARA SIMONS! A little "Egyptian" bird told it was your birthday, but didn't give your age, so ... relax and many happy returns! Congratulations to MARK SOLOMON, son of SANDI and STEPHEN SOLOMON, on his graduation from the University of Florida at Gainesville, where he earned a degree in micro-biology. Mark will sell real estate during the summer, but his big interest is chess. He just played in a regional chess tournament in Jacksonville and will be the tournament director for the U.S. Chess Open to be held in Atlanta, Ga., in July. Although Sandi and Stephen don't play them- selves, they have another chess wiz in the family. Their son, ERIC SOLOMON, will enter the U.S. Chess Open. Eric is a pre-med student at the University of Central Florida, where he's made the Dean's List. Son, KEN, just graduated from Lake Howell High School and will enter UCF in the fall. He would rather play trumpet than chess. During the summer, Ken and Eric will train to become "hot-line" volunteers for the "We Care Suicide Prevention" program. Good luck, fellas! FRANCES and DONALD FULLER have passed the three-year milestone in their marriage, and then some! On June 25, they celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary! They have a son, MARVIN, who lives with wife, MARY, and children, TOM, MIA and FRITZ, in Bozeman, Montana. The Fullers are residents of Kinneret. We wish them many more happy years togethert GENE VICTOR SEMEL, son of SYLVIA and NATHAN SEMEL of Maitland, and DEBORAH COX, daughter of EILEEN and BASIL COX of Winter Park, were married on June 21 at the bride's home. They were surrounded by family and friends, including and most especially, Gene's grandparents. IDA and PHIL STEVE KAT'Z ROBERTS of Maitland; great aunts, MILDRED SCHNEI- DER and THELMA BERKO- WITZ, and lifetime friend, NETTLE STEINBERG, all of New York City; maid of honor, ESTHER SCHILDER from Amsterdam, Holland; best man, DR. ROBERT KELL- MAN of Syracuse, N.Y.; and Gene's sister, ALICE, who came from Gainesville to be a bridesmaid. Deborah will resume her teaching career and Gene will resume his career as an investment consultant in Boston, Mass., where the couple will make their home. Congratulations to STEVE KA-FZ, son of SUSI and AL KATZ, on his graduation from the University of Florida Law School with the degree of Juris Doctor. He will attend New York University in the fall to obtain an LLM in taxation. " Present at the graduation ceremonies in Gainesville were Steve's sister, SHERI, who came from Miami: brother, JEFF, a student at University of Florida: grandparents, ELLA and KARL KANDELL of West Palm Beach: grandmother, CECILIA KATZ of New York City: and aunt, RUTH KATZ, of New York City. Grandfather, LOU KATZ, could not attend, but he was there in spirit. The whole month of June was special for the Katz family. Steve's graduation, Father's Day, Jeffs 20th birthday, Sheri's 21st birthday and Susi and Ars 25th anniversary all took place. Congratulations to DR. FREDERICK I. PEARL of Longwood, who was just made president-elect of the Florida Podiatry Association at their annual meeting in Key Biscayne. Congratulations to C,ROL STEIN, daughter of BETTY and DANNY STEIN, on her graduation with honors from the University of Florida at Gainesville with a Bachelor of Health Science Degree. Carol worked her way through school as a dental hygenist for dentists in Gainesville and Ocala. An accomplished musician, she also kept up with her basoon and piano playing as an accompanist for others, and by playing for clubs. Carol also performed as part of the University Jazz Band. Her father. Danny, could not attend the graduation, but to take his place, grandfather. 90- years-young ABE STEIN, flew in from Sun City, California, and joined Betty and Carors brother, DR. STEPHEN STEIN of New Port Richey, at the ceremonies. Carol will continue her education working towards a masters degree. To celebrate this mitzvah, as well as the ninth wedding HEBIT_AGE, Florida Jewish News, July 4. 1980. Page 9 AL and SUSI KA TZ FOUR generations of STEINS ... (I to r) DANhrY, ABE, JILLIAN and STEPHL, . DONNA GOLUB JEFF GOLUB DR. FRED PEARL and wile BETTY. annwersary of Stephen and his wife BARBARA STEIN, their baby, JILLIAN, age 10 months, taking her first steps, and most of all the good health and perennial youth of grandpa, Abe, who still plays baseball, rides a bike and doesn't look a day over 60, Betty had an open house on June 20. She called it her "Day of Blessings." She is blessed, indeed, to have such nochas from her family! Congratulations to DORO- THY and SY GOLUB of Orlando on the recent success of their children. Daughter DONNA GOLUB has jusl been promoted to supervisor of the State Mental  Health Institute in Tampa. Donna has been involved with children from broken homes, teaching them to cope with the stress of their situation and now, in her new role as supervisor, she will counsel parents in the same situation. Son JEFF GOLUB just left his position at the Florida Hospital to become traffic manager for Public Broadcast- ing WMFE Radio FM 90. Good luck Donna and Jeff in your new careers. You've made your parents proud.