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) Scene/00 round I bY Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 J , FEINBERG is a wild and crazy 3. her 40th 0n June 25 (he we print her age), Merle with a makeup makeover ride to Atlanta, he toasted her pagne and the passengers intercom that he Wife and again age. on the following sur F her a bus er lady friends and armed with and chatter to Where Merle had a little rest and has "good this story has a Merle and Louis' either out of town away from the on, DAVID, is lational n Miami over the daughter, TOBI, live at home; son, at his job is away at qey Medintz in leaves Merle "' all alone at where he is gOOd times and bad of life, rg together and wife. mold, and friendship Ly and BERNIE celebrate their 50th wedding on August 4. on that in 1930 in Butler, crossed the on the east west coast MARC SMITH through the years, finally settling here in central Florida almost 30 years ago. They moved to California briefly about ]5 years ago but returned to this community where they have been very active and giving of themselves in many ways. Dolly and Bernie will rejoice on this beautiful occasion with a dinner for out-of-town family and friends at the Orlando Marriott and on the Shabbat of August 8-9 they will host an Oneg Shabbat and a Kiddush at Congr. Ohev Shalom. They welcome everyone to attend and share in their nachas, r Ma/ol toy oo MARC SMITH, son of BARBARA and PAUL SMITH of Maitland, is changing his career plans again! Fortun- ately, Marc is good at everything he does. He is an accomplished musician on the organ, drums, marimaba and all percussion instru- ments. Marc is a graduate of Winter Park High School where he was active in band and orchestra. He is currently attending the University of Central Florida with music as his minor, taking all required studies with an eye on computer engineering, that is, until he took an art class specializing in photography. Marc is now gearing toward a future as a photojournalist. This can be a very exciting career. Photojournalists can be sent to cover wars and riots all over the globe and even more dangerous, like the "paparrazi," they can be sent to cover Jackie "O" or even Frank Sinatra ... WATCH OUT!! Speaking of changing careers ... JOHN CATECHIS is a very successful motel and restaurant owner in Cocoa, Fla. He lives there with his wife, BEVERLY, and daughter, STEFANI. His mother-in-law, ESTHER SIEGEL, lives with them each winter. He has been "extremely happy," enjoying his family (including his mother-in-law) and being very successful in business, but he felt that "something was missing" from his life. That something is fishing. John decided to give up actively running his business and he bought a 40 foot boat. He intends to take people out deep sea fishing-while he enjoys days in the sun on the ocean. Sounds great and good luck! Wedding Bells Department "Love is lovelier, the second time around" -- familiar words to a pretty tune. It's being sung to JOYCE SIEGEL of Satellite Beach, who will be entering into her second marriage sometime this winter. She is marrying DAVID SIEGEL who has also been married before. What makes this union so unusual in this day and age is the fact that they have formerly been married to each other for ]8 years. They will take their vows again in January. Have a wonderful future as Mr. and Mrs. instead of Mr. and Ms. Mazol tou. r TERRY and GEORGE FLENK are lifting their glasses in a toast to newlyweds, STEVE and AMY FLENK. Steve is their son. He and Amy were married on June 7 in Hollywood, Fla., and after honeymooning in Germany, Italy and Greece, they returned to Hollywood, where they will reside. Of course, Steve and Amy are no ordinary couple and Terry and George are not ordinary, either. Instead of toasting the new couple with one bottle and two glasses, they purchased an entire "Pub." That's class! !i!i J i!i/i! J: and JULIE APPELBIAUM HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. August_l: 1980._Page9 JOHN and BEVERLY CATECHIS with baby STEFANI. JOYCE and DAVE SIEGEL STEVE and AMY FLENK Congratulations to WENDY GOLDSTEIN LAVOIE on becoming an "instant" grandma of two-year-old ANDREW Congratulations to NELL, ALISON and LEIGH GOLDSTEIN and PIERRE and CARL LAVOIE on becoming "instant" siblings. This all happened the "instant'" Wendy Goldstein and RON LAVOtE exchanged marriage vows on July ] 9 in a ceremony performed at the Lake Faith Villas Clubhouse in Maitland. Wendy's mother and brother, SELMA EDLIS of West Palm Beach, and LYNN EDLIS of Fairlawn, NJ., and Ron's mother, JEANNE ARCHAMBAULT of Montreal, Canada, attended. The Lavoies will be paclng all their gear and moving to Portland, Ore. Don't forget to take cold weather items such as fur boots, snow suits, mufflers and of course, ash masks. (Mt'. SL Helens will be your neighbor!) Qvelling Department ;HIELA and MORRIS RASHY are proud of their daughter, ARLENE, and son, DAN NY. Arlene is a programmer at the University of Central Florida. She is a hard worker who just purchased her very own home in Sanford. Danny will receive an AA degree from the University of Central Florida this summer. \\; He has been on the Dean's List every term he's attended. He is looked upon as an exceptional student of finance and has been recommended by the University to tutor students. He will be transferring to the University of Florida at Gainesville in the fall to continue his education towards becoming a C.P.A. Good luck! DOTTIE and RICHARD APPELBAUM are proud of their three girls. ALISON, agc 14, made honor roll at II DOLLY and BERNIE SHOFF Maitland Junior High School She will enter Edgewater High School in the fall where she has been accepted for the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. Daughter, JULIE, made honor roll at Maitland Junior High School She will be entering the eighth grade there in the fall and she is also Pep Club treasurer and a flute player in the marching band. Twin sister. JILL, also made the honor roll at Maitland Junior High School and will be a cheerleader for them in the fall. 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