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November 5, 2010  RSS feed
Cantor helps GOP take House, but can he win over other Jews?

WASHINGTON — Eric Cantor has spent a lifetime relishing in wearing the other hat.   Among Jews, the Republican congressional whip from Richmond, VA, likes to play the genteel Southern conservative, the posture that won over his wife, a socially liberal banker from New York.   More...

Pinellas/Pasco Jewish Community Future Project: Federation heads effort for strength and unity

An opinion survey of a cross sampling of Jewish leaders in Pinellas & Pasco Counties is under way as part of a strategic initiative that is intended to provide an organized effort to better insure a brighter future for the entire Jewish community.   More...

Federation Campaign preparations under way; Match challenge issued

In preparation for the Nov. 17 kick-off of the Jewish Federation of Pinellas & Pasco Counties’ 2011 annual campaign, a group of board members/donors has issued a $10,000 Match Challenge:   Any new gift or the amount of increase of an increased gift from last year will be matched — up to a total $10,000.   More...

Security updates consider potential for group attacks on Jewish targets

CHICAGO — Jewish institutions throughout the United States are reassessing their security following the interception of mail bombs addressed to two Chicago synagogues late last month.   Soon after the mail bombs were intercepted, some 200 representatives of Jewish community institutions took part in a conference call with FBI experts on security measures.   More...

World News

Bill Clinton: Rabin would have approved of Chelsea marrying a Jew NEW YORK (JTA) -- If the Israelis and Palestinians cut a peace deal, Syria...
Conservative movement launches ‘green’ initiative SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) —The Conservative movement has launched a moveme...
First female rabbi ordained in Germany since 1935 BERLIN (JTA) -- Germany’s Reform rabbinical seminary ordained three ...

Social Services

Carlen Mines surprised as newest Lion of Judah The first morning of Rosh HaShana, Jon Mines looked at two of his wife&rsq...
Lions of Judah hear of the power of individuals to make a difference People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but pe...
Program to focus on raising special needs kids Parents of special needs children can get advice at the Tampa JCC on Thurs...

Obituaries

HOWARD ADELMAN, MD, HOWARD ADELMAN, MD, 80, of Seminole, died Nov. 3....
MINNIE BRAND, MINNIE BRAND, 93, of Clearwater, died Oct. 25....
THOMAS H. MAGARIEL, THOMAS H. MAGARIEL, 62, of Seminole, died Nov. 3....
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