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HERITA6E, Fisdda Jewish News, July 13, 1970, Patio 9 Call Linda Amon: 645-3849 we have it was indeed a special night as everyone gathered together to enjoy the food, the music DR. STEVE and each other&apos;s company. who have The evening was perfect and more than many people took the upper- -=st Virginia tunity for a night swim and a residency game of water volleyball which Their Malt- we understood was won by the with team that supplied the ball, SETH, with a score of 639 to 19 (but months, who's counting?). Many thanks go to a committee of caring people ones. We're who helped us enjoy the evening and make it one that we're still talking about. They report that include CUFF and BARBARA is home PINE, ARIANNE and ED is ever so dl the kind ZEIDWERG, and ALAN and friends VICI ROCK. the JCC's Thanks also go to YUI SCHLIEFER who added so to L much to the Havdallah service been led by PAUL JESER. pital. In case you missed this adult social, watch for flyers all RICKY and announcements, another his opera- one is slated for July 28. about as if By this time CINDY SHORE Stay and STEVE USER are finding their way around Israel. Both and ALLEN Cindy and Steve received Springs scholarships from Temple Israel to go on a USY trip to where Israel for six weeks. We'll all be anni- waiting to hear their reactions DAVID, to this wonderful experience. More And while Cindy's there she'll attended the be sure to visit her brother, manyas25 RUNNY, who lives on a inal kibbutz near Haifa. DR. FRED PEARL just David and returned from the annual meeting of the Florida 'ghter, Podiatry Assoc. in Hollywood, one Fla. where he was elected first vice-president of the Fla. everyone Podiatry Association. We wish as she him much success in his elected role. trip, GEORGE and MARCIA a 3,000 GOODMAN returned a week obsolete early from their vacation tO and Rhode Island where they and visited family and friends. It's Indiana, hard to believe but up north they were sleeping with their heaters on. The Goodmans r to play are thrilled to be home even in how our hot and humid weather. the her at ANITA and HAROLD to WATSKY combined business with pleasure on their recent much to trip to California and I_as into "La Vegas. And Anita, with whom we have become familiar es were regarding her tennis skills, tl cluJour managed to bring home a included tennis trophy to add to her dishes, collection. and While they enjoyed the sights and the shows they also ran into some familiar faces. B. Hoffman, M.D. and n R. Fish, M.D. announce the opening ' )f their practice of Medicine Rd. Phone 81Hngs, FL. 869-8400 \\; By no coincidence they met PHIL and VEDA BLAKE of Longwood, who were also attending a convention in Las Vegas. The Blakes went to Arizona first to visit friends and then met the Watskys. By coincidence they ran into LISETTE and ED HALPERN and their family, MICHELLE, STEVEN and SARAH, who spent two weeks enjoying the sights of California and Las Vegas. And while the Watskys and the Blakes waited for their connecting plane to Orlando at the Atlanta airport, who should they meet but JOE and MYRA SEINBERG who were wailing for their flight to Ft. Lauderdale to gather up their children. Myra and Joe were also returning from California where they celebrated their 15th anniversary discovering beauty from San Francisco to San Diego. It was almost unbelievable to meet anyone at .5:30 a.m. in such a huge airport but meeting people from home was just the right note to embark on the last leg of their journey home! ISADORE and MARIE CLASS of Orlando will have visitors in July and special ones at that. Daughter, SANDY, and her husband, JIM SCHAEFER, of Morgenton, W.Va. will be in town. MRS. BLANCHE SANDER- SON of Orlando will also be having visitors, DR. STE- WART SANDERSON and family of Denver, COl., and ELLIOTT SANDERSON of Charlotte, N.C., will be the honored guests. We know firsthand that ELUOrT HOSE of Cassel- berry is feeling much better as he was there for the 4th of July celebration at the JCC. It was nice seeing you there! CELE and MORRIS ZALLA of Orlando have been to Bir- mingham, Ala., where they celebrated with great pleasure, ORLAHDO'S 39ers re- cen fly "escaped" the area's heat with a trip to Lake Buena Vista with friend, Lois Tannenbaum. The group posed (right) looking "cool" and ready for anything. the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, DAVID. It's occasions like these that bring delight in everyone's heart. Also traveling to celebrate were VIVIAN and RUN ACKERBAUM who visited New York, making a side stop in Washington, to see Nun's nephew called to the Torah. And FRAN and MORT SILVER recently returned from their nephew's Bar MJtzvah in New York. Fran enjoyed cooler weather but was happy to return home where gas lines aren't 190 cars long. Welcome back to DAVE and ALMA KERBEN who visited friends in Lima, Peru. It's always interesting to go to see new places and they're glad they had that opportunity, but they're not rushing back. I guess if you've seen some places once, that's enough! Rabbi. Rudolph Adler should be home from the hospital by now and is recovering from his recent hospital stay. Hurry and get well, Rabbi, we miss youl Special birthday wishes to two special people, DAVE WlTKIND and VICI ROCK, who will celebrate their birth- days on July 17. Hope it's happy. And happy birthday to CLIFF PINE who celebrated his. GINA and STEVE COEN- SON celebrated another happy anniversary on July 4 and so did RABBI ANDY and CAROLE HILLAN who cele- brated on July 6. Many more happy ones. And celebrating their very first anniversary on July 16 are RAE and PAUL WALLACH. Mazel Tov! Happy birthday wishes to SANDY PICHENY who celebrated her birthday with a bang on July 4 at the JCC's 4th of July celebration. Not only did the band play happy birthday but her husband surprised her with a huge red, white and blue cake. And speaking of celebra- tions, the JCC's celebration was great. Once again everyone enjoyed the day (that is until the rains came) of swimming, under the supervision of two great guys, GREG PECOR and'BRUCE FOLLENSBEE, music and activities. Thanks to DAVID SAND- LOFER and SHELLY SILVER who donated some of the goodies that were on sale. This was not the first time these guys came through for the JCC and it always is appreciated. And without naming all the angels that helped arrange, prepare, serve, etc., a huge thank you one and all. You've made the day very pleasurable for so many. And my last thank you goes to everyone who joined us. It's with your continued support and interest that we can move on together. 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