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Needed to French Students neededfor about French culture and at of 30 students the same time give a teenager  will come to an experience of a life time, Orange one that couldn't be learned summer, anywhere else." by the Pacific Students will be matched to of San host families according to an international family background and organization, the interests, Fisher said. The including some visitors will attend classes in Students, will language development and area from July 6-27 culture four days a week and &rnerican language visit an area attraction once a while living with week. Families interested should lilies, according to contact Marry Fisher at Seminole 295-8200 (days) or 339-5196 (:oordinator, will (evenings) for further , to "learn information. Extends New Campaign Day School its new student )rough the first June, according director. of prospective to call Dr. to arrange to observe the school before classes end June 11. The school will offer a full- day program of general and Judaic studies for kinder- garten through seventh grade starting next fall. Also under consideration is an after school care program Monday through Thursday. Popper. two Jewish dmployes of 'Europe. which receives some .$85 million from have been fired for having revealed to Holtzman that an interview with the Rev. charged with being the head of a pro.Nazi ) in Romania. had been in effect a pro.Trifa 17-92 327310 862-1891 8 p.m. Lany Halpem 32810 645-0444 ).nJ. OHEV SHALOM Ave., 32810 298-4650 &, 8:15 p.m.; Sat., 9 Rozwaski St., 328O4 647-3055 8:15 p.m.; Sat., lO Mon.& Thurs., 7 :30 a.m. bIER TAIVlID Pres. Ave., 32903 723-1521 8 p.m.; Sat., 9:30 ISRAEL COUNTY Eichhom Tropical Trail 32952 453-5144" p.m. BEACH SHOLOM David Jessel Third St. FL 32937 773-3039 I., 8 p.m.; Sat, 9:30 PALM COAST TEMPLE BETH SHALOM Jack Newman, Pres. P.O. Box 557, 32037 Sewices: Fd., 8:15 p.m. at Emer- gency Service Building. DELTONA TEMPLE SHALOM (REFORM) /rston Becket0 Pres. Alvin Gamson, Spiritual Leader Providence & Elckham, 32763 (305) 574-3649 Sen4ces: Fri., 8 p.m. DELAND TEMPLE ISRAEL of DEI_AND (ORTHODOX/ CONSERVATIVE) Louis/ndelsohn, Pres. Jack Levinson, Spiritual Leader 1001 E. New York Ave., 32720 (904) 736-3345 Services: Fri., 7:30 p.m. DAYTONA BEACH TEMPLE BETH EL (REFORM) Rabbi Barry Altman 507 5th at Wild Olive Ave., 32016 (904) 252-1248 ....'c...:..F.n:,.8. :.1.5. p: .m... ....... TEMPLE ISRAEL of DAYTONA ( C ONSERVA TIVE) Rabbi Mordecai Genn 1400 S. Peninsula Dr., 32016 (904) 252-3097 Services: Eli., 8 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m. /Wnyan: Mon.& Thurs., 9 a.m. LEESBURG CONGR. BETH SHOLOM Gelzel ularsky, Spiritual Leader 13th & Center St., 32748 (904) 787-3946 Services: 2nd & last Fri. of every month, 8 p.m. PALM BAY CONGR. BETH EL of PALM BA Y Toby Jones, Pres. P.O. Box 24 (305) 254-2980 Services: Every 1st and 3rd Fri. of the month, 8 p.m, at Palm Bay Yacht C!ub. ORMOND BEACH CONGR. BETH SHALOM (CONSERt.>t FIEF) P.O. Box 6111 Daytona Beach, FL 32022 Sen,ices: Fri., 8 p.m., at the Or- mond Hotel, Seminole Room. Ask a Bid ... Get a Lounge When the Jewish Community Center asked Greater Construction how much it would cost to do a little rennovating -- that is, turn the patio between the gameroom and swimming pool into a senior adult lounge -- they got more than a bid, they got a crew sent over to begin construction. Marvin Friedman, executive director of the JCC, asked Greater Construction what it would cost for construction of the lounge. "Oh, by the way," Friedman said in asking, "see if any materials can be donated." Almost before Friedman had a chance to turn around, a truck pulled up to the JCC and dropped off some lumber, materials and equipment. Before he even had time to question the materials, a crew of workers were there putting up walls. Friedman called Greater Construction to find out what was going on. What was going on was going up -- the JCC's new senior adult lounge -- it was going up with sliding glass windows, air conditioning, etc. ... and at no cost to the JCC. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. June 6. 10It I 3 Rabbinical Cabinet Holds First Annual Conclave in Orlando Thirty-five reform, conserva- leaders included MartyCohen, tire and orthodox rabbis from UJA national associate Miami to Atlanta gathered at campaign chairman; Rabbi Orlando's Marriot Inn recently Melvin Libman, executive for the first annual conference director of the National of the Florida Rabbinical Rabbinical Council, Michael Cabinet of UJA. Bembaum, executive director The conference was a result of the Greater Washington of a meeting held back in Federation and executive January, co-chaired by Rabbi director of the President's Larry Halpern of Congr. of Holocaust Commission; Paul Liberal Judaism, to organize Jeser, executive director ofthe the new regional Rabbinical Jewish Federation of Greater Cabinet. Since then, Rabbi Orlando, and Jonathan Halpern has been named Schnitze r, head of new regional co-chairman of the leadership of the Rabbinical National Rabbinical Cabinet Cabinet. with Rabbi Ralph Kingsley of Rabbi Halpern said the North Miami. response to the conference The Florida Rabbis, and was "most favorable" and they other guests, met to discuss hope to make it an annual the Rabbi's role in the local event geared toward helping community, the Rabbi as a Rabbis understand local resource for Federation, Federation and their place understanding the UJA within the Federation. structure and the 1981 UJA He said there seemed to be campaign in addition to a concern among Rabbis workshops held about the about maldng the community Rabbi as a role modeI, Project, aware of its Jewish Renewal, training rabbis to component. 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