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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JANUARY 12, 2018 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 or Museum of Jewish heritage The Museum of Jewish Heritage is a living memorial to the Holocaust. I recently received a letter from them and pass it along in part: "Who will share the truth about the Holocaust when the survivors are gone? This is a question that grows more urgent with every passing day as fewer and fewer survivors remain to bear witness to the darkest chapter in human history. At a time when anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial are on the rise worldwide, including acts of hatred in our own country, our mission has never been more urgent. We must never forget the horrors of the Holocaust or what happens when hatred flourishes unchecked, and never allow history to repeat itself. With more than 30,000 artifacts, diaries, photographs, precious personal possessions, the Museum brings to life the horrors and heroism of the Holocaust like none other." (To find out how to become a member or support the Museum, phone 1-646-437-4334. I have personally visited the Museum. It is a most important reminder of what our people suffered.) Who knew? Not me This information comes from The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). I pass it along: "Every year, the Palestinian Authority pays annual salaries to jailed terrorists and to the families of those who died while committing acts of terrorism against Israelis and Americans. Last year, total payments to these murder- ers reportedly amounted to a staggering sum of more than $300 million." (To find out how we can be heard on this subject, phone AIPAC in Washington, DC, at 202-639-5200.) Gems & Jeans (Is this about me? All I ever wear is jeans! Only kidding!) The Jewish Pavilion Gala honoring MARIAN BROM- BERG and A. J. KRONEN- Marian Bromberg BERG, will be held on Sunday, Jan. 28th, 2018, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Sheraton Orlando North Hotel, 600 North Lake Destiny Drive in Maitland. The special evening will include hors d'oeuvres, gourmet dinner, live music, dancing, silent auction and surprise en- tertainment! A.~Kronenberg Marian and A.J. are just ter- rific, caring people, deserving of this great honor! (What a fabulous event planned by the Jewish Pavil- ion. Phone them at 407-678- 9363 for more details and to RSVP.) All that jazz Also on Sunday, Jan. 28th, the Altamonte Chapel Jazz Jamswill kick off the newyear 2018 with a terrific program! Super talented musician, DANNY JORDAN and his group will perform from 12:30 pm until 2:30 pm at the Altamonte Chapel, 825 East SR 436, Altamonte Springs. There is a donation of $10 to attend and all are wecome. And if there are questions, folks can phone 407-339-5t,08. The emcee will be ,ur own wonderful ALAN ROCK. (This is NOT to be hissed!) Shout out I am living in Cent'al Florida for more than half a century (although I always cmsider myself a Brooklynite). When my spouse and I first mwed here we asked around for the best restaurant in the ar a and were told "Linda's La Cantina Steakhouse on Cololial Drive." So we went and were not disappointed in the last. For many years I brgot about the wonderful experience, and surely, I thought the restaurant must have closed down by now but they arestill there and still the best! My son, RON, took me there a few nights ago and we found that the manager is KAREN HART, the daughter of Al and Linda. We also were delighted to have the best service of the best food. Our waiter was ANDY TY TRAN. He is superb at what he does. (I never experienced such service! Thank you Andy.) One for the road Rabbi Levy finishes yet another of his long, dry and somewhat boring sermons. Thistime, however, before he sits down, he announces to his corgregation that he wishes to meet with the shul's Board of Representativesimmediately after the service. The first man to arrive and greet Rabbi Levy is a total stranger to him."Thanksforcoming," saystherabbi,"butyoumusthavemis- understood my announcement. This is a meeting of the Board." "Yes I know," says the man, "but if there's anyone here more bored than I am, then I'd like to shake his hand." at 85 JERUSALEM (JTA)--Aha- in 1975 and the Bialik Prize ron Appelfeld, an Israeli for literature in 1979. Hewas author who published more shortlisted as a finalist for than 45 books in Hebrew and the Man Booker International won his country's top prize for Prize for 2013. literature, has died. He taught at Ben-Gurion Appelfeld, a Holocaust sur- University of the Negev until vivor, died early Thursday. He his retirement in 1979. was 85. His most recent book Appelfeld, whose given was published three months name was Ervin, was born ago;hisbooksweretranslated in the former Kingdom of into many languages. Romania in an area that is Most of his fiction dealt now Ukraine. Hismotherwas in some way with the Holo- murdered by the Nazis when caust, mainly its effect on his hewas about 8, and he and his sometimes autobiographical father were sent on a forced characters, and the begin- march to the Transnistria ningsoftheStateofIsrael.He labor camp. fought in Israel's 1948Warfor Separated from his father, Independence. Appelfeld escaped the camp Much ofhiswork is autobio- and hid for two years--includ- graphical. Appelfeld rejected ingintheforestwithabandof the label of Holocaustauthor, thieves and in the home of a however, calling it limiting. Ukrainian prostitute. He then Appelfeld won the Israel joinedtheSovietArmy, where Prize for literature in 1983, he traveled to Bulgaria. Fol- and twice received the Prime lowing WorldWar II, he spent Minister's Prize, as well as the time in a displaced persons Brenner Prize for literature camp in Italy before joining Sudoku (see page 14 for solution) SUDOKU Ulf Andersen/Gettv images Aharon Appelfeld, seen in a 2010 photo in France, wrote fiction about the Holocaust but rejected the label of Holo- caust writer. a group of orphaned ciiJdren In Israel, he earned an in immigrating to Paestine undergraduate degree and in 1946. a master's degree in Hebrew Appelfeldwasreunitdwith and Yiddish literature at his father in 1957 irIsrael the Hebrew University in after finding his father'name Jerusalem. on a Jewish Agency ist of He is survived by his wife survivors, and three children. LORIDA, can be purchased at the following locations: ORANGE COUNTY JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave Maitland JCC South, 11184 South Apopka-Vineland Rd Orlando Kinneret, 515 South Delaney Ave Orlando SOJC, 11200 S. 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