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SEPTEMBER 10, 2004 PAGE 1~ Genealogists to y ~aSUmmerhiatus, the Richard "Dick" Connell is "My accounting background and has been researching ing the Korean War. She is a ~r~aiogiealSocietyotthe speaker for the evening, and discipline was a natural his family ever since. He has sixth-generation FIoridian. i~Orlandois0nceagainHe served in the U.S. Marine lead into genealogy research," privately printed his faro- The couple has two children mOnthly gatherings. ~ ~tt meeting is scheduled ~ber 20 at the Con- ~'~ of Liberal Judaism, Dr, with the meet- 7:30 p.m. t of the program discussion researching and CorpsduringWWII, andlater he said. ily history and a number of and two grandchildren, all as a personnel officer in the Connell developed an other books, living in Central Florida. Air Force. He continued in early interest in family his- He has been a director Dick Connell has taught the Air Force Reserve until torywhen he was a small boy or officer of Central Florida courses and given seminars he retired in 1980 with the andhisgrandmotherfilledhis Genealogy for seven years, as ongenealogymanytimesover rank of Colonel. hourswithtalesofherfamily, wellasamemberofnumeroustheyears. The Jewish Genea- A graduate of Southern who wereamongthe earliest other genealogical societies logical Society meetings are MethodistUniversity, Connell pioneer settlers along the and heritage organizations, open to the public. also attended Rollins College Ohio River near Cincinnati. Connellmethiswife,Anne,For membership informa- and UCF, majoring in ac- He took a serious interest in when hewas stationed at the tionorquestions, contactDo- countingandadministration, genealogy in the late 1960s, Orlando Air Force Base dur- ris Frank at 407- 323-9728. y research ANNE and RICHARD CONNELL at Longwood gfor time. Say their tstep. rst time. says that it "is rams for children a ton- gue, and a at the earli- age." Programs the entire Jewish class for each day ,is"Mom's a chance for have a few mo- themselves. This children from age years old. gives parents with infants an opportunity month-olds called "Village," to bond with"Healthy Touch and an older group for chil- Infant Message." The value of dren 18 months through 3 massage contributes to brain years old called "Cookies & function, relieves colic, pro- Milk." This program is facili- motes restful sleep and helps tated by Lisa Mangus. families adjust to life with a Friday is "Shalom Shabbat newborn. This class will be Tot," a fun way to learn about facilitated by Temple Israel's beingJewishthru ritual, mu- Certified Infant Massage In- sic,craftsandfoodforchildren structor, Joy Clark, R.N. from ages I year to 3years old, Wednesdays is an opportu- facilitated by Joy Clark, R.N. nity for parents to help foster These classes are sched- creativity in their children uled to begin right after the with"StickyFingers"artclass High Holidays. For more forparentswithchildrenages information about these 1 year to 3 years old. Renee early childhood education Shreck will show how to find programs at Temple Israel, children's artistic talents, contact Hazzan Laurie Rim- Thursday is"Kindermusik." land- Bonn, Education/Youth Temple Israel has two groups, Director, at 407-786-2220 or one for infants through 17- Educator@TIflorida.org. Children celebrate at Shabbat Shalom Tots at Temple Israel, Longwood. E~re.gation Beth Am Beth Am, which literally etl its "New Begin- means "House of the People," ery appropriately lived up to its name as fami- ake of Hurricane lies of all ages came together on Sunday, August to celebrate, another chapter Ongregants report in the shuls history, and to ue evening went off welcome Rabbi Rick Sherwin hitch well, after and his family to the congre- Came back on, that gation's mishpachah. After a lit up with the wine punch reception and a :llg I air conditioning, short wait for a resurgence of i::L Pti us hot food, and power, the guests entered the rful entertainment." social hall, where every table ' tnpl Israel ebrew ay Silverman- sition will help amember of theenhance the day rUsteesofTemple school student's serve as a liaison connection Lrnilieswithchil- to his or her d in both Hebrew synagogue." Dr. and the Temple Silverman, who [ious School and is a pediatri- Israel profes- cian, has three :aft who provide children who programming attend Hebrew purpose is to Day School. For provide special more informa- and projects tion about the the child Temple Israel ]ebrew in depth Religious School, basis, contact Hazzan Temple Isra- Laurie Rimland- ative director, says, Bonn, Directorof 'the great influx Education and Israel, Youth, at 407- ablished po- 786-2220. was decorated with an orchid Neal Silverstein welcomed tucked away in envelopes, to gogue members (including arrangementprovidedbyPet- everyone to the celebration, identify a randomly selected Allyson Ascher, Vera Beren- al Pushers and Finnie's Flow- congregant Lois Smith read name and address in a phone son, JordanCamenker, Becky ers.Thebuffetwaspreparedby" her original poem entitled "A book andmuchmore.Stone, Goldstein, MichaelGoldstein, ChefMikeandCompany(Mike Family of Many," and Rabbi whohasperformedwithOprah Jack Leavitt, Jeri Leavitt, and Becky Goldstein). SherwinsaWaf~wwords. Winfre,Johnny Carson,Marlene Levin, Norman Theevening'sprogram, em- The celebration was topped Chevy Chase, Regis Philbin, Levin, Jackie Levine, Stan ceedbyBethAm'sownJordan offwithaperformancebymen- and Dick Cavett, hadhisBeth Levine, Joanie Mayer, Tom Camenker, began with the talist Mark Stone, who show- Am audience"simultaneously Mayer, Lois Smith, Maxine whole room singing "We Are cased his abilities to "read" laughing and incredulous for Stanley, and Lillian Tobias), Family" under the direction people's thoughts, to reveal well over an hour and a half." and says that they made the ofcongregant Norman Levin. information written on pieces Beth Am thanks its "first "NewBeginnings"celebration After Beth Am president Dr. of paper that had been safely class" committee of syna- a tremendous success. High Ho days at Shir Shalom :iP~ PAUL K. RADIN Knights of Pythias in 1987 " t l. 'Radin, aformer35- and was awarded Pythian of S entofOrlando Fla the Year in 1990. He worked ~ .Wednesday, August25, as a jeweler, and was affili- ~ ~ Huntington Beach, ated with Leeds Distributors ~/~'~ ,e Was 87 years old. for over three decades. ~q'~adinwasaPastGrand Mr. Radin is preceded in in the Kni hts of death by his wife of 54 years, I(.'Ulas an~ g ]L'%~ It u a Third Degree Pearl. :~rl.~ e received a 50-He is survived by his lue membership in the daughter, Roberta (Larry) appoints liaison Dr. MAXINE SILVERMAN-ROSENTHAL Crane of Huntington Beach; six grandchildren; and two great-grandsons. Graveside serviceswere held atWoodlawn Memorial Park in Gotha, Fla on Sunday, August 29, 2004, with Rabbi Robert Lefkowitz officiating. Donations in memory of Mr. Radin may be made to the Alzheimer's Association. Free-lance writer with knowledge of Jewish community to work on various assignments. Photography experience a plus. E-mail samples of published articles to Heritagefl@aol.com with subject line Freelance. 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