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Page 8. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. May 30. 1980 [lwomen'00 . . Beth Am Women kinds of cakes and ,ce cream NCJW to Join Hold were served at the home o| ouccesolu, E+tee Erez Flea Market As well as being an eating good time. the eveninq was The flea market sale held claimed to be a financial Sun., May 18..was a huge success. success, according to Congr. Beth Am Sisterhood Plans are being rnade for an members, art auction in September It would surely have been a under the leadership of Joan "'sell-out" if it wasn't for the fact Forman that the heavens opened up This event will kick-off the and rained on us, they said. new +year. Details will be All left over items, mostly forthcoming. clothing and toys. were donated to the Red Cross in the name of Beth Am "-"'--'- ,,I,.-(Tr'o"frence Sisterhood. A 'Turning Point' Evening ORT Orlando Area Council of Women's American aRT held Dines Gourmet an installation of officers and Proaressivelu plann+ng conference on Monday evening, May ]9, at Twenty-four couples Oak Harbor Club house in participated in an Orlando Maitland. Evening aRT progressive The theme of this year's dinner, under the leadership of conference was "The Turning Eva Gross, on Sat.. May t0+ Point. 1980-81"'. The meal started with hors d'oeuvres at thehomeofJoan aRT starts its second Palmer. The main course, century of service to the which included lasagne, sweet Jewish community and plans and sour meatballs, chicken were made at this meeting for casserole, stuffed cabbage the future of aRT in Orlando. (yOu name it. they had it) was The prospective is to get a served at the home of Eva membership of at least one. Gross. Desserts. including third of the Jewish women in chocolate mousse and all the area. the NCJW meeting onMay Milchell Finernan. son of Mr. served. Door Ig at lake Faith Villas was a and Mrs. Harvey Fineman. awarded. huge success with a "scud" The winners were chosen Everyone is turnout and excellent" for their ded.cation and a reservation speaker. Betty Smith. head of involvement in temple affairs Contact Norm, the Victim Advocacy Prograrn and in USY. 677-0550, no in Seminole County. Lindaand Mitch will go on June 13, to tell! according to Council the LISY pitgrimageto Israel, there! members. Leslie will tour the U.S. and * * * Smith stressed that it is time Canada with USY on Wheels. 'Sewing for to become aware o| the held magnitude of the problem of 9 a.m. child abuse and to realize that Brandeis Women Cohen, 6 this problem is rampant in the Hold ,-,Wree"n" Orlando. community. The annual Brandeis anyone willing "-'1-"l'roun .---- - - - -----o ./Ivl/V AUXHL,.3nl Women's Pass-Over meeting materials can CCEW was held on Wed., May 28. at Knitting yarn The National Council of Plan Meeting Palomar Place Club house iN hank), polye Orlando. material (V2 yard recentlyJewish votedWme'+Sto becomebard The Jewish War Veterans ' AII chairpersons attended to most important, mernbers of the Center for ,Auxiliary will hold its next switch portfolios for the new nylon hose for Continuing Education for meeting at the JCC on June year. Refreshments were would Women. This means that 22 at I0 a.m. served. There will be a joint June 3-8. President Roberta NCJW will be represented on breakfast with the veterans. Rosin and Special Projects the board of CCEW and will be Afterward. both groups will Vice President Rose Kaplan able to bring their services back to NCJW. separate for individual will attend the 1980 National PeOo A seminar directed towards meetings. Women's Committee Confer- There will be a report given ence at Brandeis University in Frn lu'k communicating and relating to the aging will be presented at the meeting by Rose Salat. Waltham. Mass. bytheCCEWonMay30atthe senior v.p.. who was chosen as They will participate in a John Young Museum. 8:30 the Auxiliary's delegate to the series of discussions. a.m.-3p.m. Convention of Jewish War meetings, workshops and Pitseleh The biology of aging, Veterans Auxiliaries robe held lectures. The LosAr psychology of aging, and on .June 6, 7 and 8 at the This year's theme of the of Shelters alternative life styles for later Sheraton Hotel in Miami conference is "Keep The received an years will be addressed by Beach. Miracle Growing." bequest from experts in the field. Lucy Hadi. the late Mrs. director of Health and Temple Israel David Rose Rehabilitative Services, earned the District 7. will be the keynote Sisterhood B'nai B'rith she saw an speaker. State Rep. Dick Presents Card Party carrying a Bachelor will also speak. Scheduled which There will be a -$6 Scholarshios for her feeble registration fee. For more stopped her car, information, contact CCEW at Temple Israel Sisterhood B'nai B'rith Women will the woman 423-4813. Scholarship Fund recipients hold a card party on June 17 at destination. for 1980 are Linda Moss. Park Lake Towers. East ** daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Colonial Drive. Orlando. do in return. Mr NCJW will be represented Moss: Leslie Silverman, Bring your own game, Mah Shelters for in the Metropolitan Orlando daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jongg, Bridge, Canasta, or favorite charity. Women's Political Caucus. Charles Silverman: and others. Refreshments will be More than just COOKING! "l)asla Machine Seminar .... 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