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Kerstein Hired as Staff Associate Orlando's Jewish Federa- a "history of excellence in has hired Marcia Kerstein Jewish communal service to act as staff-associate to the Orlando community." director Paul Jeser As staff associate, August II. Kerstein's duties will include eser called Kerstein, administrator of Orlando's diate past president of dudaica High School, the "obvious Federation staff member of because of her the Leadership Development experience in program, staff member of community. Women's Cabinet and of the job's salary Women's Division CJA the Federation Campaign Cabinet. was attracting only Kerstein served as students fresh out of Federation president for a two- with no experience in year termwhichendedJune I. he said. Kerstein has 1980. i All Questions Answered! Coming soon to HERITAGE, a new feature that will answer any questions on"any subject -- personal problems, advice, history, religion, people, places, You ask it, we'll answer. Real names will not be used, but all questions must show the writer's name and address. Anonymous letters will not be used. end your questions to ANSWERS, P.O. ox 742 Fern Park, FL 32730. I' CONGR. BETH AIM CONSERVATIVEREFORM) Irving Gussow, Pres. 623 Hwy. 17-92 32730 862-1891 Fri., 8 p.m. of LIBEled.. JUDAISM Rab (REFORm _. bi Larry Halpern S28 Malone Dr., 32810 (305) 645-0444 Fd., 8:15 pm. COG OHEV SHALOM . (COPISERVATIVE) ,. 'abbl IJdOIph Adler 15 C, oddard Ave., 32810 (3O5) 298-4650 Fd., 8:15 p.m.; Sat., 9 TEMPLE ISRAEL R (CONsERvAtiVE) abbi (:::ham Rozwasld 4917 Eli St., 32804 (305) 647-3055 Fri., 8:15 p.m.; Sat., 10 Mon.& Thurs., 7 8:30 a.m. HER TAUID (CONSERVATIVE) Mandel, Pres. 32903 723-1521 Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 9:30 ISLAND TEMPLE ISRAEL of BREVARD COUNTY b (REFORM) bi David Max Eichhom 900 S. Tropical Trail erdtt Island, 32952 (305) 453-5144 8 p.m. BEACH (CO'SERVAT, VE) Rabbi David Jessel bI.E. Third St. -" Beach, FL 32937 PALM COAST TEMPLE BETH SHALOM Jack Newman, Pres. P.O. Box 557, 32037 Services: Fri., 8:15 p.m. at Emer- gency Service Building. DELTONA TEMPLE SHALOM (REFORM) Marston Becket, Pres. Alvin Gamson, Spldtual Leader Providence & Bckham, 32763 (305) 5743649 Sences: Fd., 8 p.m. DELAND TEMPLE ISRAEL of DELAND ( ORTHOIX) X/CONSJERVA TIVE) Louis P.ndelsohn, Pres, Jack Levinson, Spiritual Leader 1001 E. New York Ave., 32720 (904) 736.3345 Sendces: Fri., 7:30 p.m. DAYTONA BEACH TEMPLE BETH EL (REFORM) Rabbi Bamj Altman 507 5th at Wild OKve Ave., 32016 (904) 252-1248 ...:. D:,.B. :) e:m.. ....... 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. Minyan: Mon. & Thurs., 9 a.m. LEESBURG CONGR. BETH SHOLOM Getzel Molarsky, 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 Hamj Zaluda, Pres. P.O. Box 24 (305) 254-2980 Services: Every ] st and 3rd Fri of the month, 8 p.m., at Palm Bay Yacht Club. ORMOND BEACH CONGR. BETH SHALOM ( C ONSER VA TIVE ) P.O. BOX 6 ! 1 l Daytona Beach, FL 32022 Services: Fri.. 8 p.m., at the Or- mond Hotel, Seminole Room. Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 9:30 MARCIA KERSTEIN Shmeichel SIGNS OF SPRING: A woman came out of her back door to see her husband pushing a lawnmower down their driveway toward the storage shed. rm really glad to see the neighbors returned our mower before they moved," she remarked. "They certainly kept it long enough." "Our lawnmower?" her husband retorted, "1 just bought it at their garage sale!!.r' Building a Jewish State CAMP JCC KIDS worked hard all week to build a Jewish state for the camp's 'Tour of Israel" which was held Thursday. At righL youngsters are putting finishing touches on their displag of Half& with ML Carmel in the foreground overlooking the Ba'hai temple. HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coenson-Roth HERITAOE. R0dda Jewish News, July 4, III0,.1 $ I -,q 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! Burd,nes !SHOP DAILY 10,OO A.M. TO 9=OO P.M., SUNDAY 12,30 TO 5,30 P.M. i ORLANDO FASHION SQUARE AND ALTAMONTE MALL. CALL TOLL FREE MELBOURNE, INDIAN HARBOUR AND EAU GALLIE, 259-13OO; COCOA BEACH AND MERRITT ISLAND. 632-5880; TITUSVILLE AND DAYTONA, OPERATOR WX-5t51,