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Page 8, HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. May 16. 1980 Women's Organizations Temple Israel Sisterhood to Envision '80s The 1980 Florida Branch Conference of Women's League for Conservative Judaism was held in Miami Beach at the Carillon Hotel, May 4-6. Five Temple Israel Sisterhood members, Sandy Oser, Carol Goss, Lucille Segool, Thelma Miller and Sandy Moss, returning from the three-day round of work shops and activities, vowed to take up the theme of the conference, "Envisioning the '80s," and make it a worthwhile and highly informative experience. The closing meeting of the 1979-80 Temple Israel Sisterhood Year is set for Tues., May 27, in the synagogue social hall. The festivities start at ! l a.m. with election and installation of incoming officers and Board of Directors. A gourmet luncheon will be served and entertainment will be provided by children of the Central Florida Hebrew Day School. Congr. Beth Am Sets Date For lea Market Congr. Beth Am Sisterhood will man table 102 and 103 at the Maitland Flea Market Sun., May 18, to raise money for its several projects. Anyone wanting to donate items for sale can contact Phyllis Foster at 327-0667 or Marilyn Paget at 834-8951. A general meeting will be held on Tues., May 20 at the synagogue. Plans for a Sunday Summer Program, which, if adopted, will involve the children in various activities each Sunday throughout the summer vacation period, will be discussed. Hadassah to Host 1981 Conference The Florida Central Regional Conference of Hadassah held May 4-6 in Plantation, FI., was "so successful," according to Orlando Chapter President Sylvia Hershhein, that she extended an invitation to hold the Conference in Orlando next year. Her invitation was unani- mously accepted and the conference is set for May 3-5, 1981, at the Marriot Hotel. Elected to the regional board at the conference were Orlando's Audrey Peariman, v.p.; Rita Geller, v.p.; Ellen Morrell, rec. sec'y; and Marlene Rossman, tourism. New Orlando Chapter of Hadassah officers were installed at the annual Donor Lunch held last month. The slate includes Sylvia Hershbein, pres.; Jaclyn Elbaz, educ. v.p.; Elaine Shore, fund- raising v.p.; Marjorie Blau, mem. v.p.; Alma Kerben, prog. v.p.; Bernice Falck, rec. sec'y; Fredella Levine, corres. sec'y; and Oeri Maslanik, treas. Local Hadassah groups will hold installation of officers in May and June. Chaverot Hadassah has scheduled its installation ceremonies for May 27, 8 p.m., in the Congr. Ohev Shalom Social hall. Aliyah will install its newly elected officers on May .30 at Victoria Station, while Rishona-Masada has plans for June 3 at Temple Israel. Liberal Sisterhood Names Officers The 1980-81 officers of Congr. of Uberal Judaism Sisterhood will be installed at a luncheon on May 28 at the synagogue. The new slate is as follows: Mary Lou Goss, pres.; Audrey Reinhartz, exec. v.p.; Lillian Sloan. educ. v.p.; Lorraine Forst, mere. v.p.; Dulce Semmel, fin. v.p.; Hannah Joseph, rec. sec'y; Linda Bender, treas.; Rosalie Bach, fin. and corres, sec'y; Helen Beerman, Linda Amon, nomination committee; and Louise Frankel, director. The luncheon will take place at I l:30a.m. Admission is $3. Call Marion Frankel at 678-3798 for reservations. Ohev Sisterhood To Announce 'Woman of Year' The annual Donor Lunch- eon for the Sisterhood of Congr. Ohev Shalom will be held on May 18 at Burdines, Fashion Square. The festivities start at noon with a delicious lunch, followed by a fashion show. The naming of the "Woman of the Year" will highlight the afternoon. The surprised lady, whoever she turns out to be, will be honored for her dedication to Sisterhood and to Congr. Ohev Shalom. ., Just back from attending the Fla. Branch Meeting for the Women's League for Conservative Judaism at the Carillon Hotel in Miami Beach are representatives Judi Hirshman, Renee Roberts, Elaine Gamson and Lisette Halpern. After attending many seminars and workshops they report that they have returned to Orlando filled with enthusiasm, ready to make the coming year a more productive one. Newly elected Sisterhood officers for 1980-81 are as follows: Elaine Gamson, pres.; Judi Hirshman, CEAC v.p.; Linda Kalter, mem. v.p.; Mardi Shader, Vivian Ackerbaum and SUe Gamson, fund-raising B'not Mitzvah at Temple Israel Cousins To Share Simcha ROBYN GOLDBERG EL YSE LIEBERMAN Robyn Yvette Goldberg, Robyn and Elyse are both double simcha will be daughter of Susan and seventh grade honor Robyn'ssisters, Reneeand Arthur Goldberg of students at Tuskawilla Kara: Robyn's brothers, Orlando, and cousin Elyse Middle School. Their David and Joseph: Elyse's Hope Lieberman, daughter hobbies include swimming sister Rona: Robyn and of Gayle and Marshall and art. Elyse is president of Elyse's grandmother. Mrs. Liberman of Orlando, will Kadima at Temple Israel. Betty Jacobson: Robyn's be called to the Torah as Robyn is Kadima's vice grandmother. Mrs. Bess B'not Mitzvah on the president. Goldberg: and family and Shabbat of May 16 and 17 friends from out-of-town. at Temple Israel. Sharing in the families' * * * 3' Photo by Jon Thomas Studio v.p.; Lisette Halpern, youth v.p.; Renee Roberts, treas.; Cindy Rubin, rec. sec'y; Jackie Elbaz, fin. sec'y; and Freda Hummel, corres, sec'y. They will take part in a joint installation of synagogue officers at Congr. Ohev Shalom on May 16. Brandeis Women Installs Officers The installation for the new officers of Brandeis Women was held at the Citrus Club on May 15. Esther Schwartz, ira- mediate past National President, was guest of honor. The last business meeting of the year was held at that time. Incoming officers are, Roberta Rosin, pres.; Nancy Shamis, study group v.p.; Dorothy Leonard, mem. v.p.; Shirley Robbins, book fund v.p.; Rose Kaplan, special projects v.p.; Paulette Rosenberg, treas.; Alice Gamson, fin. sec'y; Elaine Steinberg, rec. sec'y; Ann Rosenberg, cortes, sec'y; Debbie Israel, parliamentarian; and Lucille Segool, nomin- ating committee. Directors are, one-year, Geri Maslanik; two-year, Lucille Segool; three-year, Laurie Angel. B'nai B'rith Week Designated Just back from the B'nai B'rith Women's South Coastal Regional Conference held at the Konover Hotel in Miami Beach, Toby Kaye reports that a very successful and informative conference was held. The theme of the many workshops was "Volun- teerism." Particularly outstanding, according to Toby, was the ADL workshop with Sylvia Lewis, director of the Anti-Defamation League for Palm Beach County and the Energy Workshop with J. C. Collier, Jr., Director of Marketing and Energy Conservation for Fla. Power and Light Corp. Another outstanding speaker was Joan Benson, director of Volunteer Development for the March of Dimes. B'nai B'rith Women are deeply involved with the March of Dimes (Operation Stork, the annual tea, and more). Representative to the fifth annual conference with Toby. was Diane Abramson. Both Diane and Toby were also appointed as representatives to the Regional Board, which includes all of Florida and Savannah, Ga. On the lighter side of the conferer;e., "iC@f, }''[' Avj,', Bat Jodi Needle Jodi Beth Needle, daughter of Mrs. Herbert Needle of Longwood, I called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvahi Shabbat of May 16-17 at Congr. of.i Judaism. Jodi is in the seventh grade Middle School. Her hobbies reading, writing and swimming. Sharing in the family's simcha Jodi's brothers, Mark and grandparents, Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Rubin Needle; and Steven Slotnick; and Ilene. featured Israeli entertainment. Toby and Diane said singer Yossi Netz, the Israeli Uason to the Jewish Federation of South Brevard was "out- standing." The Honorable Murray Meyerson, mayor of Miami Beach, presented the official key to the city proclaiming the week of May 5, "B'nai B'rith Women's Week. r' The next general meeting will be on Tues., May 20, at Morrison's Cafeteria on Colonial Drive at 11:30 a.m. Child Abuse Topics NCJW Meeting When children are taught not to take candy from strangers, no one ever warns them that there may be persons with whom they live and love that can also harm them. This is the topic Betty Smith, Deputy Sheriff of Seminole County, will be talking about at the National Council of Jewish Women's May 19 meeting. Smith, wife of a physician and head of the Victim Advocacy Program in Seminole County, will discuss sexual abuse of children -- the magnitude of the problem -- and what can and is being done about it. The meeting will take place at the Lake Faith Villas Clubhouse in Maitland at 10 a.m. Some notes from National: Members of the Children and Youth Task Force traveled to Washington, D.C. in late March to give testimony on the proposed reauthorization of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974. NCJW actively advocated for this legislation and has played an important role in implementing the Congressional mandate. NCJW members presented the organizations views on the need of this act and the provisions it should include before the Senate Sub- committee on the Consti- tution of the Committee on the Judiciary. ORT Council To Install; Altamonte Plans Book Review Area Council of ORT will hold its installation meeting on Mon.. May 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the OakHarbor Club HoUse. New officers to be installed are: Susan Bierman. pres.; Thelma Miller, Shirley Baron, Mimi Ladin and Joan Forman, v.p.'s; Betty Stark, sec'y; The installing Pepi Dunay of District 6, vice Community. The Annual planning held directly installation. The Altamonte ORT will meet Lake Howell 436, p.m., to elect Rosenblith, dual Vivian Rubin, Phyllis Bines, mem. v.p.; rec. sec'y; corres, sec'y; treas.; Aria sec'y; and parliamentarian. Julia Josephs book review on Rachel." served. The Honor Roll be held at Lord 436, Altamonte June 3. The entertainment JWV Sets May For Poppy The annual JWV Post tentatively set for I May 26-30. Members support this project. The next will be held on at the JCC. This meeting of administration. It to be ery members will vacation. Newly include: Ruth Rose Salat Barbara Gladys Fradkin, Rubin, cha patriotic Adler, Altchiler, rec. Glass, corres. relations; bloom, guard; historian; Shirle year trustee; Komisar. two-ye r Gladys Becket, trustee. Active Auxiliary is limi over citizens of the and who are Jewish war Jewish member Forces. Sophia Berlinger, fin. sec'y; For , and ,Jc'a0, Lev,'e, tras ......... R utl