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;E FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JANUARY 16, 2004 S Thursday evening, Jan. whitewine, is for the renewal of third type is entirely edible fruit at 7 p.m all trees.Thesecondcup, pinkwine, such as figs or raisins. are invited to a Tu is for the renewal of Israel. The Please join in for this unique velcome the third cup of wine is light red in festive and spiritual experience. of Shevat. This Rosh color and reminds us that the Reservations are not necessary, celebration will take firstspringfruits, suchasstraw- you don't have to know Hebrew, y Services, berries,areripening.The fourth and there is no charge to attend. ~Wolly Center, 2100 cup of wine is dark red. It is Contributions to support the Winter Park. The costmary to drink this wine for JFS Women's Forum Rosh fo'" repeated thankfulness f or the richnessof Hodesh program are truly ap- Uowing Monday, Jan. God's land. preciated and can be mailed to at Kinneret Apart- In addition to the four cups of the JFS MarciaWitten Memorial wine, the Tu B'Shevat Seder Fund at the above address. For B'Shevat Seder is a includes three different types of more information and a com- the tran- fruit.Onetypeisfruitwithshells plete schedule of meetings for winter into earlysuch as almonds or oranges, theYear5764,pleasecallMarlene Four cups of wine are The second kind is fruit with FarberatJewishFamilyServices, ' Thefirstcup, pits such as dates or olives. The 407-644-7593, ext. 227. photos by Judy Godorov Members of CLJ volunteer at Hubbard House dinnghristmasO, r, Day members of Congregation of Liberal Judaism volunteered to cook ~, at the Hubbard House. ~ o~) ALEX, (1) SHERYL and JUSTIN SACHAROFF. C~, o.ttom) Shown here are (back row, l-r): JONATHAN APT, TERRY APT, DEBBIE ~u, JUDy GODOROV; (front row l-r): ZACHARY APT, MATTHEW GOLD and ~ RISON GOLD. STEWART ELI GEORGE NICOLL FRENKEL a former member of The Maitland Rotary Club; served Eli George Nicoll of Orlando ~lof asavolunteer Spanish teacher passed away on Wednesday, Passed away on for eight years at the Maitland January 7, 2004. He was 87 lanuary 8, 2004. He Senior Center; and an active years old. old, volunteer at numerous Jew- Mr. Nicoll was born in was born in ish Community Center ofLancaster, Penn. He movedto ast~ccess- Greater Orlando auctions. Central Florida. messman who co- Marshall is survived by his He was an accountant for American Records wife of 48 years, Germaine; the government. a real estate bro- daughter, Debra; sons, Tracy Eli was a member of the m Marco Island and (Bonnie), Alan (Maureen); Southwest Orlando Jewish Check Cashing' granddaughters, Claire and Congregation. he moved to Caitlin; and sister, Sandra He is survived by his son, 1983. (Jerry). Errol Nicoll of Virginia; daugh- a member of the The family requests that ters, Rhonda Miller of Florida Society; donations be madetoThe Ju- andBrendaCaineofNebraska; of Winter venile Diabetes Association, sister Mary Nicoll of and The Free 100E. Sybelia Ave Maitland, Kissimmee, Fla. and five Hewas FL32751. grandchildren. Correction Th.~ inc rr oto, ofa young boy writing an alligator on page three of the January 9, 2004 was Jacksonv~Y^~ntified in the Heritage archives. The boy is actually Felix Glickstein of We ~.-'~'~' fla. It was taken in 1916. ~Pulogize for the error. PAGE Sunday Afternoons --- Doors Open at I:00PM WIN $50 Per Game & 3 Jackpot Games! of Liberal Judaism 928 Malone Drive, Your Landscaping Maintenance Source mauricelawncare @ hotmail.com Male and Female Genesis, I:27 created them 'Partnership FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FEMINISM & ORTHODOXY "WOMEN AND MEN IN PARTNERSHIP" Sunday February 15 through Monday February 23 - 24 Shevat 5764 16 2004 Tefilla, Breakfast and Registration from 8-9am Opening Plenary at 9am both days Grand Hyatt Hotel Park Avenue at 42nd Street New York City We welcome women and men of all ages. Childcare available. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Judaism as a Gendered Experience Mikvah and Sexual Desire Orthodox Day Schools: Can We Do Better? Screening of "Tehora (Purity)" Abuse of Authority All Level Chavruta Learning Rabbis and Change Facilitated Discussions from Male and Justice and Jewish Divorce Female Perspectives on Reconciling Modernity and Orthodoxy and much more PARTIAL LIST OF SPEAKERS Rabbi David Bigman Dr. Tova Hartman Rabbi David Silber Malka Bina Ruth Halperin-Kaddari Prof. Daniel Sperber Rabbi Yosef Blau Rachel Levmore Devorah Zlochower Rachel Friedman Rabbi Dov Linzer and much more Blu Greenberg Dr. Tamar Ross For more information, visit www.jofa.org or call 1-888'550-JOFA 11