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Page 6. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. June 20. 1980 Salami to 'Shoot'... and Eat at Ohev's Picnic MORE THAN300 Congr. of Ohev Shalom's members and their children celebrated the end of this year's religious school activities June 8 with an afternoon of relaxation, fun, games and food on the synagogue's grounds. For the sharpshooters there was a "Salami Shoot," for the children there were games and races, and for everyone there was plenty l ii%i of food and other activities. Ohev's USY sponsored a car wash in between their participation in all the activities. Sponsored by Ohev's Men's Club, the annual picnic was reported to be the biggest and most successful ever held. Sda photos to HERITAGE III II Temple Israel Men Name Three For Outstanding Service Awards At Temple Israel Men's Club plaques were Ricky Wein- final breakfast meeting of the berger, Hyman Kaplan and season, attended by 12.5 Fric Foxman. A similar plaque members and guests, was presented to Berk for his president Joel Berkpresented efforts. In turn, he lauded the annual "outstanding Irving Berger, Charles service" awards to three Sandhous, Louis Sager and members for "their devoted Tom Aronstam for their time and talent" to the Men's "humanitarian efforts in Club. visitation to local hospitals." Those who received President Berk also presented a check to Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski for Femple Israel's "Rabbi's Scholarship Fund." Rabbi Rozwaski installed new officers for the 1980-81 season. Officers include Joel Berk, pres.; Fric Foxman, v.p.; Ricky Weinberger, treas.; and Hyman Kaplan, sec'y. Call 834-8787 or 834-8277 before Tuesday Noon for Friday's paper s40 for first 3 lines, 50 each additional line. Less discounts for frequency appearances. Classifieds are payable in advance. * SERVICES * * SERVICES * JOHNS HARDWARE STORES 2208 Edgewater Drive Orlando 422-0913 Forest City Rd. at Edgewater Drive 295-2951 Hardware Housewares Fertilizer * Giftware Paint & Supplies Serving College Park Palornar Rosemont Kingswood ":..repoJe se,"w|ce  out =pecJo/ty." CALL: WITTIISI"]E JEWISH MALE, 23. seeks Jewish female pen pal, 22-plus. M Shedler, 11762-81st Ave. No., Seminole, FL 33542. LADIES--If body hair is getting you down--get rid of it! Sheila Sigman. 830-1380. Clyde Ferris Plumbing, Inc. 422-8702 GAS & ELECTRIC WA TEN HEA TEBS - SEWEB SBWCE ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SERVICES HAVING A PARTY? Wedding, Bar B 8, 0 LAWN CARE. mowing. Mitzvah, Sweet Sixteen. etc. edging, trimming, sod, mulch,  ........ -- ................. Why pay S300 or,S400 for a band. general cleaning and hauling. JOBS WANTED Have a live DJ for less. All kinds Free estimates. 339-7633: ......... :- ........... - .............. -- ....... of music. 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Call Gary Sydnor. _ 339-2364 after 5 p.m. PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED MAID-TO-ORDER**830-8689 PART-TIME or full-time, women Gene'ral interior cleaning, or men, advertising sales help windows, etc. Carpets & badly needed. Good earnings furniture cleaned, and enjoyable work at hours to SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. suit your schedule if you are Discounts and specials avail- outgoing and like people. Call able. Bonded. licensed, insured. Gene at HERITAGE. 834-8277 or ............ 834-8787. AUTOS FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS TYPESETTING - - ........................... FOR SALE 1975 MERCEDES 2400 Automatic FROM business cards and full-power. 84,000 miles. Good CEILING FANS .... 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High average (168) went to Brian Bucklan; high game (246) went to Bob Rothenberg; high series (619) went to Bernie Weiss, and the most improved player went to Cyril Sher who improved his average by 15 pins. FUNERAL H - At Broth To New Installation Liberal hood's board be held June the Officers to include: Dr. pres.; Michael I Harold Ka Stark, sec" and Larry Ginsburg, trustees. The r include Jewish Cost is $2! "$2.50 for Potential invited as brotherhood. Newly Orlando's include Amie pres.; Armandl programming; 2nd sec'y; Scott Zerivitz, Young Name Young JeV elected new June 2. Officers Hartzband treas.; Mark Estrin, Dyan Halpren, Ever since Olsen Fairchild opened his landmark Fairchild Funeral Chapel on the shores of Lake Ivan- hoe in 1941, three generations of the Jewish community have relied on Fairchild service and personalized attention for funeral arrangements. Now, Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Homes is the new name in Orlando, yet the men are the ones you know and rely on. Richard "Rick" Bald- win, funeral director, established two chapels in Altamonte Springs and Goldenrod in 1972. Other funeral chapels in the Baldwin- Fairchild family are the Bray Chapel, Apopka. and the Hoequist Chapel, Winter Garden. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Homes is a name you can depend on, with five locations convenient to your Rick BaLdwin neighborhood and friends. child tradition of tasteful, and personalized arran be carried on. Please call need or to pre-plan arran Please send me arran: formation, without Name Address __ Telephone 7520 Aloma -Orlando, Florida ALTAMONTE SPRINGS. ORLANDO. APOPKA. WINTER GARDEN 24-HOUR TELEPHONE: (305) 898-8111