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L 2rid CtNs postaoe paid id Fern Park. FL i ,,,., ,..,, .,,,r,, .l O...pa. [, d .!., ..ptb. -- F,.,Pa ,,*',.,.: SINGLE COPY 35 JULY 4. 1980 20 TAMMUZ 5740 ORLANDO  lmgmloPO. Bel 742. Fern rlrk, FL3i 30 $11wlzir*p'ItWi" At Kinneret Apartments 'n Sliding Constl00ction to Begin On Community Room Construction begins later this month on a new $400M community room at the Kinneret senior residence complex near downtown Orlando, according to Murray Schwartz, president of the Kinneret Corp. The room, said Schwartz, will be able to seat more than the entire Kinneret population at one time. It will be located on Kinneret grounds between the present two 14-story apartment buildings on South Delaney St. Originally expected to be constructed at the same time as Kinneret II, the community room was delayed when inflationary costs spiralled far beyond original estimates for the building, said Schwartz. Kinneret II opened to new residents nine months ago. Kinneret I is almost I I years old. The new addition will take about seven months to build. "It has an exciting potential in terms of what it means to Kinneret and the community as far as instituting programs which would enhance the quality of life for senior citizens," said Schwartz. The 4,000 sq. ft. room will include a kitchen and store room. It will be used for both social and dining facilities, he said. Seating capacity will be for approximately400 people. Approval of engineering and construction plans, together with financing arrangements, came through the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Area's New Revisionists Hold First Meeting ; a swimming pool when you can just slide through thesummer?Jewish Community cooled off last Monday gliding down this huge slip 'n slide. HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coenson-Roth Federation Board Meets 1 Campaign Goal Announced; Staff Associate Approved A new Orlando Zionist organization, supporting the philosophies of Israel Prime Minister Begin's government, met for the first time last week to hear Dade County commissioner Barry Schreiber, who is president of the South Florida United Revisionists of America. Some 80 persons gathered at the home of the new central Florida chapter of Revisionists' President Rachel Shirley, as Schreiber told them the Begin philosophy on West Bank settlements places no restric- tions on the buying or building by Arabs or Christians, as well as Jews. He pointed out that under Jordanian rule when they occupied the land before the Six-Day War, no land could be sold to a Jew. The Revisionists, already claiming some 150 members in the central Florida area, is dedicated to the principles of Ze'ev Jabotinski, a Russian writer who became one of the world's leading Zionists after the pogroms of the early ] 900s. Begin is one of his ardent followers. The local Revisionists plan a 100th anniversary celebration of Jabotinski's birthdate in the fall and will sponsor the famous Jerusalem exhibit in January at the Altamonte Mall. goal of $1,500,000 was Inced for the 1981 Combined Appeal campaign by 1981 chairman Sonia Mandell, first meeting of Orlando's Federation's new board. to that money, in it between local and eas projects, was also as the board one-third local, two- OVerseas formula used in ther action, the Federation approved Marcia Kerstein to be hired as the Federation staff- associate beginning August l 1. Her duties will include administrator of the Judaica High School, Federation staff member of the Leadership Development program, staff member of Women's Cabinet and Women's Division CJA Campaign Cabinet. The Federation also passed a motion to back the Jewish Community Center in its application for $250,000 from the Central Florida Capital Funds Committee, to be supplemented by $I 50,000 from local contributions, to build a JCC Cultural Center. The Center will include a multi-purpose building for social, recreational and cultural use; office space for the JCC and Jewish Family Service; and a Holocaust memorial center. Past Federation president, Marcia Kerstein, was presented with a 2,000- year-old antiquity as a small token of appreciation for her service the past two years. HERITAGE prepared a framed metal plate of stories published during her presidency which was also presented to her. ave a appy Jewidl Community Center II Q.m. - 4 p.m. BARRY SCHREIBER In addition to monthly seminars, the group will learn Hebrew each week under a new teaching method. Other officers of the central Florida Revisionists are Joe Greenspun, I st vice president; David Ritt, 2nd vice president: Rochelle Schindler, treasurer; and Julia Weider, secretary. Board members include Ceil Blumen, William Goodman, Helen Greenspun, Alan Helman, Hymen Lake, Ernest Rapp, Tinker Sale, Dr. Michael Shapiro, Dr. Abe Tinkleman and Dr. Nell Weider. HERITAGE to Vacation The HERITAGE staff will take a one-week vacation this summer. The office will be closed for six days, July 18-23, and there will be no HERITAGE published on July 25. HERITAGE will publish July 18. All news, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, etc., that would ordinarily appear the week of July 25 will be published in the July 18 edition. Deadline for the July 18 edition is July I I. Inside HERITAGE ... Centrist Party in Israel ............ Page 2 Kerstein Joins Federation Staff .... Page 3 Jewish Press Hears VIPs ........... Page 4 George Welman to Retire ....... Pages 6-7 REGULq FEATURES Letters to Editor ............ Page 5 Scene Around ............... Page 9 What's Happening .......... Page 10