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A round by Gloria Yousha call 671-2634 RUBIN really knows give a party! Recently a swim party at for the Jewish Mid- When the rains came a damper on the Mike knew just to do. He invited pile on to his bed people in all), and tape recorder. to show them ton the Roof" and as a a lesser called "Deep is antJcipa- next party ... and that ... and the and MORRIS are excited their daughter, after a year's Sister LAURA, and DAVID, are excited Shaft is the youngest of the Yogman's three children. Son, SHELLY, is attending Cornell University on a four- year fellowship awarded by the State of New York. He will receive his Masters and Doctorate Degrees in southeastern studies. He and his wife LORRAINE live in Utica, N.Y., where Lorraine is a teacher of emotionally handicapped children. Daughter, HOLLY, and her husband, KEN HEURMAN, are "infanticipating" their first child shortly. When GERRY and JASON WEINER count their bless- ings, they count up to six. Blessing one -- Their daughter, MARY, age 20, has the ceramics she created on display and for sale at the Loch Haven Museum of Art. She attends school at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and will enter her third year in the fall. Blessing two -- Son, DANNY, age 10, was just accepted to the Florida Symphony Children's Training Orchestra. He plays violin, piccolo, flute and viola. in the fail He is the "sports nut" of the Weiner family. He rollerskates, rides a dirt bike and plays soccer very well. May your "blessings" multiply and multiply. Welcome Department Welcome to Orlando, JOSEPH SHOFF, son of DOLLY and BERNIE SHOFF. Joseph lives in Savannah, Ga., where he is a social studies teacher and "coach of the Soccer team at Beech High School. He is in town to celebrate his parents "golden" 50th wedding anniversary. Welcome to our area, PHYLLIS and LOUIS BROWN and their family, who recently moved here from Kendall Park, N.J. They are living in the Williamsburg Development in Orlando and are trying hard to adjust to our Florida lifestyle. Son, HOWARD, will have no trouble adjusting as he will spend most of his time up north at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. He will be in Florida only for holidays. graduated with the University of ! qainesville and went Wash. where of and received her Degree in special in Seattle, Maria got with the Jewish nity there. She taught and Sunday a leader and Kad ma :hat she is home, her nt will not end. be a teacher at School in the !bly and JOE YOG- seeing SHARI YOGMAN. 's COmpleting her first Hebrew University s a student ica studies and Ism. She is also as a leader with the Ige program. back with her s month and she will liversity of Florida in the fall. just recently a two-wek stay ust couldn't wait ee "her baby." MARL4 KRA VETZKY Danny will enter the sixth grade at Princeton Elementary School. Blessing three -- Son, ANDY, age 22, will receive his h4asters Degree in electronics from MIT in Cambridge, Mass., in September. Blessing four and five -- NATHAN, age 17, will be a senior at Winter Park High School in September (He's tall, adorable and available). ALEX, age 13, will enter ninth grade at Winter Park Junior High School. Both Nathan and Alex are very hard workers. They are both always willing to take on any task, no matter how difficult. Blessing six -- DOUG, age 9, will be in the fourth grade at Lakemont Elementary School HARYN KREITNER On the other hand, daughter AMY has had nothing but "ups and downs" ever since she arrived (Amy operates the tall sightseeing tower at Sea World). She will attend Rollins College in the fall. Grandma PAULINE WACH- TEL lives with the Browns. She will be fine as soon as she makes some friends and gets socially involved. As for Phyllis and Louis, they intended to retire, but decided that they're just too young for that, and besides, just living in Florida is like being retired compared to life in the north, Congratulations to HARYN KREITNER, son of HELAYNE and HOWARD STERNLIEB of The Ultimate Fine Fashion Shop $'e.aturing California, Australian, and New York Betterwear-- Misses and Junior sizes, dressy and casual styles... fashioned for the woman with discriminating taste. in the Springs Plaza 0 Montgomery Road wood, Florida hours 10-9 Mon.-Fri. 10-6 Sat. Phone: 869-7551 HERITAGE Florida Jewish News, August 8 1980. Page 9 HOLLY and KEN HEURMAH LORRAINE and SHELLY YOGMAH SHARI YOGMAH Winter Park. Haryn has been awarded a scholarship by the Continental Association of Resolute Employers (CARE). He is a graduate of Winter Park High School. Haryn plans to attend the University of Florida at Gainesville where he will pursue a degree in business administration. The Sternlieb's have three younger children, CINDY and LEE, who attend Winter Park DIAhlE GODOROV High School, and JAMIE, who attends Aloma Elementary School. Why is DIANE GODOROV, daughter of JUDY GODOROV of Winter Park, leaving town to attend school in Washington, D.C., in the fail? The big reason is Mid- Shipman, CHUCK SMITH, the "apple" of Diane's eye. He is attending the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., which is not very far from JOSEPH SHOFF Washington, D.C. Diane and Chuck met when they both were on the crew team of Winter Park High School. Chuck graduated in 1977 and Diane graduated in 1979. Chuck is currently captain of the Navy crew team at Annapolis. Diane will be studying classical humanities, pursuing a career as a museum curator or adminis- trator. .r00n de:ign warehouze drastically reduced Scandinavian Fumiture Factory Gone Broke We made a special purchase on this teakwood Bedroom and are passing the savings to you.  Available only "at our warehouse! 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