Newspaper Archive of
Heritage Florida Jewish News
Fern Park , Florida
January 16, 2004     Heritage Florida Jewish News
PAGE 3     (3 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 16, 2004

Newspaper Archive of Heritage Florida Jewish News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JANUARY 16, 2004 PAGE 3 Yam Gazlonim" is the story of Feyvl, a Yeshiva student who study with a group of (rabbis) -but instead himself mistakenly ap- ~nticed to a gang of (pirates!). the other charac- in this:lish musical ghtly deaf the beauti- bevy of beautiful girls, Der Groyser Gen- Ig police force, a pirate king and his min- by Opera Corn- on Jan. 24 ewish CommunityCen- ter in Maitland is an adapta- tion of Gilbert & Sullivan's classic, "The Pirates of Penzance." Written by Yiddish maven and company member, Al Grand, the production melds Victorian wit and satire with Jewish experience and idioms. The dialogue is in English with a taste of Yiddish thrown in. A translation of the titles of the principal songs - sung in Yid- dish - is provided, so one doesn't have to be fluent in Yiddish to follow the plot and enjoy the show. The presentation features 20 performers in beautiful cos- tumes on a bright, colorful set. It offers high melodrama, low humor, asides to the audi- ence, plot twists, coincidences, plus a solid core of genuine sentiment and nostalgia. The entire community is welcome to attend the pro- duction of"Di Yam Gazlonim," which is being held in the au- ditorium at the JCC's Maitland Campus, located at 851 N. Maitland Ave. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door for non- JCCmembers,$15inadvance, and $17 at the door for JCC members. Group rates are also available. For more informa- tion, call AI Krulick, JCC Cul- tural Arts director, at 407-645- 5933, ext. 314. Reservations can be made by calling the JCC Box Office at 407-645- 5933, ext. 245. e Katz, the Community in Residence, will be *lie courses for I on the following dates tyCam- "Chaim Bialik Program: A Changed Jewish His- on Wednesday, Jan. ; a,m the subject will of a Hero: The Netanyahu." lectures are free of An optional lunch for Nachman at the at 407-645- 224, or e-mail her at r an up-to-date schedule Participants from the Jan. 8 lecture, PATTI AMBINDER and CHARLOTTE ROTENBERG. 150 middle school students from Congregation of Liberal Judaism, Congregation Ohev Shalom and Temple e Middle School Conference on Sunday, Jan. 11. iis first visit to Israel, after the Yore Kippur War, when he fell in love and decided to make aliyah. 00 note: "Our Story Miriam, married Isador to the Orlando area, theywere is the second of a Barbanel. Their son, Joe, born the first ones to offer it. ,the in Orlando in 1920, became a On Friday afternoons, as of Central Florida's Ft. Lauderdale resident. The Shabbat approached, .Israel COmmunity that the Levine family members were Shader, an observant Jew, al- Florida Jewish Zionists and they made aliyah ways stopped all the work and to Palestine in 1923-soon af- prepared for the Sabbath. Be- ter the Peter David fore Shabbat a large oven and Esther Wittensteins had returned would be filled with food, so from their aliyah, no cooking was done on Sat- I912. Jacob Meitin and his wife, urday. Non-Jewish neighbors and sold Fanny Shader Meitin, came in milked the cows for them on growers, the Pittsburgh migration in Shabbat and Jewish holidays, Levine eventu- 1913. Jacob and Israel Shader so tradition could be upheld. own- bought an 80-acre dairy farm On Passover, they changed to were located and orange grove, which they aspecialfeedsothemilkwould Disney World worked with Israel's sons; it be kosher for Passover. '. In 1916, theirwas bounded by U.S. Route By1915, the Levy grove be- onas 441, Shader Road, and John came a place where everyone butcher. An. Young Parkway. When pas- ir daughters, teurized milkwas introduced See"Our story" on page 15 coming A scene from Di Yam Gazlonim, the Yiddish Pirates of Penzance. L~w OriJcr OF Auto Accidents Wrongful Death Nursing Home Negligence Defective Products Slip & Fall Dental Malpractice Dog Bites Insurance Claims "Prepared - " r " to figbtJor yom FREE & CONFIDENTIAL INITIAL CONSULTATION ~fdKMBF.g~UPS; Floral* Bar AJad~tio. * U.S Dh~rkt Co,art For the Middle Dhlckt of Florida ()ranlg County [a*ag Asoociatioa * Anscrlcsn !~ Amociatlon A tso~ialion ofT~d L=w~r* oLrAmeri~.a " (407) 568-3800 oo tltat should not be based Jolely 1920 N.O.~, Avg. * Orlando ask us to send you free wriUen Information about our qualifications and experience. E-mail: I!