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Scene Around by Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 and a re in order for LEON Leon won the top War Veteran Award of and was named War Veteran Chaplain Was recently presented large trophy during at the Naval ig Center Recruit by Commander LEFF. "ourse the woman this wonderful man is toot TEN SHUN! You ever receive a telegram? Did anyone ever receive a telegram? Probably and ALLEN WEISS Park recently Something better. To their 27th wedding their daughter, WEISS, presented a recital for them, relatives and friends. over the Charter Princeton, NJ.: and cocktail hour and redtal followed by a in honor of her Irents. a of She has lyric coloratura voice and she everyone with her especially Allen. So ... who singing telegram? expect to find this the library or at your book store. Not it's a sellout, but because it doesn't ABE BERNSTEIN 'rote "How to Stay and Fit," but he could and a Kinneret, walks miles daily. He in the May Israel had no trouble up" with the young completed the :, Walk without any to keep busy, so art classes and work for Of course, he has been drinking water at Kinneret, ]rd to his running daily instead of soon! ,-j Jlations to RUTH LEON and RUTH SOBEL on the marriage of their daughter, KAREN to MARK KA'FZ. Mark is the son of MR. and MRS. KURT KATZ of New York City. The couple were married at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York City on Sun., June ] 5. Ruth and Lou lived in Winter Park for many years with their children, STEVE and Karen. They have many friends in the area who love them, miss them and wish them nachas on this wonderful occasion! ELISSA WEISS In every community there are young men working diligently to make their cities, as well as their country, better places in which to live. These men, having distinguished themselves in one or more fields of endeavor, are outstanding and deserve to be recognized for their achievements. The criteria for selection include a man's voluntary service to community, professional leadership, academic achievement, business advancement, cultural accomplishments and civic and political participation. These men are selected for nominations received from senators, congressmen, governors, mayors, state legislators, university and college presidents and deans, as well as various civic groups including the United States Jaycees; which also endorses the Outstanding Young Men of America Program. The Board of Advisors for the.Outstanding Young Men of America r, ,ards Program announced that :STUART H. FARB and DR. DAVID T. KAPLAN, both of Maitland, have been selected for inclusion in the 1980 edition America. The Jewish community is very proud of you both! BEA and ELLIOT RUTTEN- BERG of Orlando just retumed from a beautiful double celebration in Boston, Mass. They attended the Bat Mitzvah of their grand- daughter, DEBORAH WAL- DORF, daughter of RABBI' FRANK and BETH WAL- DORF and at the same time, celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary. Bea baked delicious strudel to bring to Boston and carried it with her on the plane. This should explain the many phone calls to the weather bureaus up and clown the whole east coast of the United States asking about the fantastic steamy aroma coming down from the skies! Welcome to Orlando, DR. GABRIEL and EDITH ROSE, who just moved here from Kankakee, III. The Roses are no strangers to this area as they have been spending several months each year in the area enjoying the company of good friends, DR. ROY and GRACE HECHT. They have purchased a condo in Altamonte Springs and will be with us permanently. Grandma, MARY ARKO- VICH, and her granddaughter, KELLYANN ARKOVICH, took a trip to Creston, Iowa, to see, for the first time, seven-month- old grandson, MIKIE. Mikie's parents, ELLEN and DAVE ARKOV1CH, showed them around their fair "metropolis" where Dave is on the faculty of Southwestern Community College and Ellen is a teacher of special education. As if this wasn't exciting enough, Mary and Kelly.ann went on to Sioux City, Iowa, to represent the Florida branch of the Arkovich's at a family wedding. Kellyann's brother, ROBBIE, 14, and her parents, CORKY and MARV ARKO- VICH, of Winter Park, were unable to make the trip, but they are eagerly awaiting all the news and photos when she gets home. I can see a mountain, I can see the sea. I can see What you cannot see. And what you cannot see is. the fact that this lovely poem was written by a little Israeli girl who suffered a great tragedy recently, bounced back and is learning the English language composing poetry. LIAT ELEZAR is currently visiting in the Orlando area, taking in all the sites with her brother, JACKIE, her mother, SHIRLEY ELEZAR, and her aunt, EVA ELON. Eva's husband, MENASHE ELON, loves children and housework, so she is free to visit Sea World and Disney World while he remains in Israel, happily washing. ironing, cooking and caring for their four children, OFER, IRIS, GALIT and baby YAIR. Eva, hurry home to the "land of milk and honey," you have in Menashe, a rare vintage wine! Speaking of Israel, we have in our midst two young, single, charming and eligible Israeli batchelors who are hoping to find employment and make central Florida their permanent home. Arriving with their hopes and dreams only one week ago, 26-year-old JACOB, and 25-year-old ARIE are both veterans of the Yom Kippur War and fine mechanics. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. July !1, lOgO. Page 9 UA T ELEZAR SHIRLEY ELEZAR MENASHE ELON They are also eager to meet all (not some) of the lovely young ladies in the Jewish Community. They k>ve to disco, girls, so plan a party for tomorrow and invite them. They have already accepted, yesterday! 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