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PAGE 6A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JANUARY 27, 2012 MORNING AND EVENING MINYANS (Call synagogue to confirm time.) Chabad of South Orlando--Monday and Thursday, 8 a.m. 407-354-3660. Congregation Ahavas Yisrael--Monday - Friday, 7 a.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m., 407-644-2500. Congregation Chabad Lubavitch of Greater Daytona--Monday, 8 a.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m., 904- 672-9300. Congregation Ohev Shalom--Sunday, 9 a.m., 407-298-4650. GOBOR Community Minyan at Jewish Academy of Orlando--Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 Ahavas Yisrael--Kabbalat, 30 minutes before sundown. "I'm lost ] without it!" ! I"It's ) [,inexcusable!") \\; "My week is not complete w00hout it!") ("How in the world am I supposed to) on?" These are some of the comments we receive from readers // when they miss an issue of Heritage Florida Jewish News. What are you missing out on?... Subscribe today! I i i IIIlll i i i III i I i I i i I III I I lll I YES ! I want to be informed. Start my subscription at once. 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Singer at shul 30. Part of plague number two 31. Magna-laude connection 33. "... __ and hungry look" 34. Town __ (early newsman) 35. "Bravo!" 36. Infection cause 37. Emeritus, for short 38. "Fargo" director Coen 40. Hill, in Haifa 41. Kabbalist Kaplan 43. Choice in roulette 44. Work unit 45. Barney Frank and Eliot Engel, e.g. 46. "Saving Silverman" actress Peet 47. Snare drum sound 49. Supreme Court justice Fortas 50. Traps that are spun 51. Secretary of the Treasury under FDR Henry Jr. 57. More capable 59. Kellerman and Pollard 60. Evening, in Berlin 61. "And Seth lived 105 years, and begat ____" 62. Some archaeological finds 63. "to you, Mrs. Robinson": song lyric 64. Deficiency 65. Brown meat Down 1. Talmudic tractate about sheaves for the poor 2. Gaza Strip, e.g. 3. Zodiac unit 4. Search, as for chametz 5. Blitzkrieg vehicle 6. Blue statement 7. Maccabee or Goldstar 8. "The Global Voice of the Jewish Community" 9. Ted Koppel's iongtime network 10. 'q'he Golden Girls" setting 11. "Da Ali G Show" star Sacha 12. Theodor Herzl's 1902 utopian novel 13. Drama Award (what "Lost in Yonkers" won in 1991 for "Best New Play") 18. "The Father of Canadian Jewry" 21. Bum balm 25. The Faisal-Weizmann of 1919 26. Class of society Share the Care--A respite care group meets in the senior lounge of the Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharing Shabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. Info: Mary Ellen Grant, executive director of Share the Care, at 407-423-5311 or email her at SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 Temple Israel--Dr. Terri Susan Fine will speak at the Winter Springs synagogue following the regularly scheduled Shabbat service. Topic: "Voting Rights and the 2012 Elections: Who Gaines, Who Loses, Who Cares?" Info: For more information, visit or call 407-647-3055. Chabad Lubavitch of North Orlando--First-year anniversary with a service at 10 a.m. followed by a lunch at 12:30 p.m. Info: 407-878-3011, email or log on to SUNDAY, JANUARY 29 Rosen Jewish Community Center--3rd Annual Winter Festival from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Rosen Southwest Orlando campus. There will be skating, snowballs, horse and carriage rides, inflatables, a silent auction, music, and avisitwith the SeaWorld's Shamu and friends. Admission is free with activity tickets, and there will be food available for purchase. You could win five free activity tickets with advance registration at Info: 407-387-5330. Congregation Beth Am--Rabbi Kassel Abelson will speak on "Hard Choices and the Upcoming Election" at 10:30 a.m. at the Longwood synagogue. Info: MONDAY, JANUARY 30 Israeli Folk Dancing--7-7:30 p.m. beginners, 7:30-8:15 p.m. instruction, 8:15-10 p.m. re- quests. Cost: $4.50 JCC members, $5 nonmembers. Info: 407-645-5933. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3 Ahavas Yisrael--Kabbalat, 30 minutes before sundown. Share the Care--A respite care group meets in the senior lounge of the Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharing Shabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. Info: Mary Ellen Grant, executive director of Share the Care, at 407-423-5311 or email her at HMREC pa:rt" " " li:lpates in ArtsF00.',,t The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Cen- ter has announced its events for ArtsFest, the monthlong community celebration spon- sored by United Arts and Bank of America. This year's Arts- Fest, held locally each Febru- ary, will offer more than 300 free performances and events presented by organizations in a four-county area. The first event offered by the Holocaust Center is the film "Three Faiths, One God," scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5. It is an interreligious dialogue, produced by PBS, that explores the similarities in scriptural texts and reli- gious practices among Jews, Christians and Muslims. It also explores the historical conflicts and differences in practices of the three faiths, and the crises brought about by blind fundamentalism. The message is that, while indi- viduals oftheAbrahamic faiths share basic, human values, it will take compassion and honest dialogue to achieve real interfaith acceptance. A discussion after the film will be led by guest speaker Dean Patrick Powers, dean of the Knowles Memorial Chapel at Rollins College. His prin- cipal role there has been to nurture the religious life in the Rollins community with programs that are interde- nominational and interfaith. His efforts support persons in a variety of faith traditions, emphasizing the conviction and commitments they share with one another. A second film is also part of the Holocaust Center's ArtsFest offerings. At 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, the Holocaust Centerwill present "Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust." This documen- tary presents film clips of Holocaust-eraAmerican films, demonstrating how depictions of Hitler and the rise of the Na- zis both inform and reflect our views of that time in history. Also on the schedule for February is a teachers forum, open to the public, on How Children Become Upstanders. As part of the Holocaust Cen- ter's commitment to educating the community through its UpStanders: Stand Up to Bul- lying initiative, this presenta- tion will look at the dynamics of bystander behavior and identify ways to help children safely intervene when they witness bullying. The forum is at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16. During the entire month the Holocaust Center is exhibiting Besa: A Code of Honor. This exhibit, based on the works of American photographer Nor- man Gershman, provides an unexpected glimpse into the lives of a people whose faith re- quires them to act unselfishly on behalf of others. The word "besa" applies to an Albanian interpretation of the Koran, and is generally translated as "faith" or sometimes "to keep the promise." Albania, the only European country with a Muslim major- ity, succeeded in the place where other European nations failed. Almost all Jews living within Albanian borders dur- ing the German occupation, those of Albanian origin and refugees alike, were saved. Through photographs and texts based on interviews with the Albanian righ- teous, this exhibit reveals the extraordinary choices of ordinary people acting within their Muslim faith. In story after story, they speak the same truth. Their faith, and the compassion it instilled, left no room for doubt. They must, no matter what the peril and what the cost, do the right thing. 27. Founder of Chabad Hasidism 28. Author, "An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood" 29. "This is Spinal "(Rob Reiner film) 30. Liberates 32. Smart outfit? 34. Spanish "New Christian" 39. A dam org. 42. 500 pieces 46." that wants discourse of reason": "Hamlet" 48. __ Rene (women's Yiddish Bible) 49. He's on the 50-shekel bill 50. Crib cry 52. Jaffe or Barrett 53. So 54. Leviticus 11:6 says it's not kosher 55. Artist Ticho 56. Kasparov's land, once 58. They intersect at intersections: Abbr. m| 3 m ! 10 44 5n 57 6O w 63 m 7 m m m I I 2 m m m m m The Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzle By David Benkof m 13 m m m I 2 I 58 See answers in the February 3 issue of the Heritage.