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CONGR, OF LIBERAL JUDAISM will breakground this fall for Its new sanctuary designed by Allan Helman's architectural f'u'm of Helman, Hurley, Charvat, Peacock, Architects, Inc. (artists renderings shown above). "Our Wornise to the future" is the slogan that has been linked to the new sanctuary which will seat 350 people. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. June 27. 1980. Page 3 Cantor Leon Radzik To Guest at Beth Am Cantor Leon Radzik. a June 27. retired cantor who moved to Cantor Radzik will officiate the Orlando area two weeks services at the Bat Mitzvah of ago from Savannah, Ga., will Elissa Paget, daughter of guest at Congr. Beth Am's Madlyn and Roy Paget of Shabbat service tonight. Fri., Casselberry. 8 Orlando BBYO'ers Become Life Members Eight Orlando members of Those receiving life the North Florida Council of memberships include: Les B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza- Rosenblatt. David Schwartz, tion recently received Chapter Carol Rosen, Jodi Snyder, Life Membership at a Arthur Cohen, Michael Wolf, ceremony held by Orlando's Laurie Kaufman and Craig BBYO. Komensky. Correction! Two corrections to last mentioned last week is the week's storyabouttheJudaica synagogue share of the cost High School and the Adult per student. Education program for next fall: Classes for the Adult The tuition fee for Judaica Education program, in High School, including those cooperation with Valencia courses offering college Community College, will be credit, will be determined by held at Congr. Ohev Shalom, each individual synagogue, not the Congr. of Liberal Registration and tuition Judaism, as stated. Judaica payments are to be made to High School classes, however, the synagogue. The $50 are to be held at Liberal. CONGR BETH AM (CoNSERV,I,'TIVE/REFORM) Irving Gussow, Pres. 623 Hwy. 17-92 32730 834.5098, 862-1891 Fri., 8 p.m. of LIBERAL JUDAISM. (REFORM) Rabbi Lany Halpern 92.8 Malone Dr., 32810 (305) 645-0444 Fri., 8:15 p.m. CONGR. OHEV SHALOM (CONSERVATIVE) Rabbi Rudolph Adler Goddard Ave., 32810 (305) 298-4650 Fd., 8:15 p.m.; Sat., 9 TEMPLE ISRAEL (C ONSERVA TIVE) Rabbi Chalm Rozwaski 4917 Eli St., 32804 (305) 647-3055 Fri., 8:15 p.m.; Sat., 10 Mon.& Thurs., 7 8:.30 a.m. HER TAMID (CONSERVATIVE) Robert Mandel, Pres. 32903 723-1521 Fn., 8 p.m.; Sat., 9:30 ISLAND TEMPLE ISRAEL BREVARD COUNTY (REFORM) bbi David Max Eichhom 1900 S. Tropical Trail IVterdtt Island, 32952 (305) 453-5144 Fri., 8 p.m. BEACH SHOLOM (CONSERVATIVE) Rabbi David Jessel N.E. Third St. tellite Beach, FL 32937 (305) 773.3039 Fn,, 8 p.m.; Sat., 9:30 PALM COAST EMPLE BETH SHALOM Jack Newman. Pres. P.O. Box 557, 32037 Sen,ices: Fri., 8:15 p.m. at Emer- gency Service BuiLding. DELTONA TEMPLE SHALOM (REFORM) Marston Becker, Pres. Alvin Gamson, Spidtual Leader Providence & Bckham, 32763 (305) 574-3649 ervices: Fd., 8 p.m. DELAND TEMPLE ISRAEL of DELAND ( ORTHODOX/COHSERVA TIVE) Louis Mandelsohn, Pres. Jack Levinson, Spiritual Leader 1001 E. New York Ave., 32720 (904) 736-3345 wices: Fri., 7:30 p.m. DAYTONA BEACH TEMPLE BETH EL (REFORM) Rabbi Barry A]tman 507 5th at Wild Ove Ave., 32016 (904) 252-1248 ..... F%.8:.] p:. ........ TEMPLE ISRAEL of DAYTONA (CONSERVATIVE) Rabbi Mordecai Genn 1400 S. Peninsula Dr., 32016 (904) 252-3097 Services: Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m. t.linyan: Mon.& Thurs., 9 a.m. LEESBURG CONGR. BETH SHOLOM Getzel Mularsky, Spiritual Leader 13th & Center St., 32748 (904) 787-3946 Sewices: 2rid & last Fri. of every month, 8 p.m. PALM BAY CONGR. BETH EL of PALM BA Y Harry Zaluda, Pres. P.O. Box 24 (305) 254-2980 Services: Every I st and 3rd Fri. of the month, 8 p.m., at Palm Bay Yacht Club. ORMOND BEACH CONGR. BETH SHALOM {CONSERVATIVE) P.O. Box 61 ! I Daytona Beach, FL 32022 Sewices: Fri., 8 p.m., at the Or- mond Hotel, Seminole Room. IT'S A BUYER'S MARKET AS PRICES HAVE PLUNGED TO RARE LOWS ALL ACROSS THE BOARD! Burdines White Sale. It's your opportunity to perk up almost every room in the house at the best savings of the year, on sheets, pillows, blankets, draperies, towels, table linens and more. The Burdines White Sale. It's for people who value value! Bu00l,nes SHOP DAILY 10,OO A.M. TO 9,00 P.M., SUNDAY 12,30 TO 5,30 P.M. ORLANDO FASHION SQUARE AND ALTAMONTE MALL. CALL TOLL FREE MELBOURNE, INDIAN HARBOUR AND EAU GALLIE, 259-13OO: COCOA BEACH AND MERR133' ISLAND, 632-5880 TITUSVIL AND DAYTONA, OPEF4ATOR WX-5151,