Newspaper Archive of
Heritage Florida Jewish News
Fern Park , Florida
February 8, 1980     Heritage Florida Jewish News
PAGE 10     (10 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 10     (10 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 8, 1980

Newspaper Archive of Heritage Florida Jewish News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Page 10. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. February 8. 1980 MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO. Insurance and Financial Planning Consultants Pensions Group Life Disability (305) 831-4148 p- SPRINKLER SYSTEMS WELLS DRILLED PUMP SERVICE FREE Estimates Cheerfully Given O O Yahrzeits ? Minyans ? Kosher Food? Lake Placid Rabbi Serves as Olympics by Rochelle Saidel Wolk LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (JTA) -- Rabbi Selig Auerbach's pastoral duties will be greatly extended over the next few weeks, as he serves as the Jewish chaplain during the 1980 Winter Olympics here. In addition to his usual role as rabbi at the Lake Placid Synagogue, with a member- ship of ] 0 families, Auerbach will be the Jewish chaplain at Camp Adirondack, which will house the National Guard and State personnel, and on call at the Olympic Village. (Camp Adirondack normally func- tions as a minimum security prison, but inmates have been temporarily relocated until after the Olympics.) The only Jewish member of the Olympics Religious Affairs Committee which is com- prised of some 10 local clergy- men, Auerbach said in a tele- phone interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that this is the first time in the history of the Olympics that religion has been officially recognized. His committee's major responsibilities for athletes and spectators will include emergency human services, local religious entertainment, religious literature distribution, provision of worship services and religious media coverage. Chaplaincy service at the There is an Orlando tie-in to the Winter Olympic Games at Lake Placid that goes back to the 1932 competition at this same New York ski resort. HERITAGE will have that story for you in an upcoming issue, as well as other Jewish aspects of the Games. Olympic Village will be avail- able 24 hours a day, with a dozen chaplains serving on a rotating basis. Synagogue Will Provide Services Lake Placid Synagogue will provide daily afternoon- evening services, Auerbach said, and also will serve as a warm-up station and coffee house, Although he does not anticipate a tremendous demand for daily minyans, he has already heard from one spectator who has five Israel Postpones Boycott Decision told them be believed that Israel should not enter the Games if the majority of the Western countries boycott the Olympics. Opinion in Israel is lining up in opposition to participating in the Games as more and more Olympic committees are backing President Carter's call for moving the Games out of Moscow if the Soviet Union does not leave Afghanistan by Feb. 20. TEL AVIV (JTA) -- The 25- member Israel Olympic Com- mittee, as expected, decided last week to postpone for one month a decision whether to boycott the Olympic Games in Moscow this summer. Mean- while, the Israeli athletes will continue to train for the Games. The committee's presidium had met earlier with Premier Menachem Begin, who had CALL VICI at 677-4084 or 834-8277 before Tuesday Noon for Friday's paper SECURITY SYSTEMS A D0-1T-YOURSELF Burglar Alarm Company has kits priced right. Call 677-0460. RECREATIONAL RENTALS COLEMAN CAMPERS & canoes Sale and rentals. See the incredible 1 cent canoe promo- tion. Call Maitland Campers, s4w for first 3 lines, 50 each additional line. Less discounts for frequency appearances. Classifieds are payable in advance. yahrzeit during the two weeks of the Olympics. From the support staff who are already at Lake Placid, he has only been contacted by one Jew, a person affiliated with ABC television. He has also been informed that four Israeli media people will attend. A letter was sent to all teams stating that arrangements for kosher food would be avail- able at the Olympic Village, but he has not yet received a request for this service. The only Jewish team mem- ber of whom he is presently aware is an! who will Am, not said. A Auerbach Placid educated University, Seminary in College, the United Although Committee an participate Winter during turned of the Israel( tee, officials, don't in Israel to c] and skiers. not be tots who meetin( the world." Howeve decided to I four writers certain that that out or far as presS! concerned. MR. HARRY FELl), 85, of Orlando, died on January 29. A native of Russia, he moved to Orlando from Miami in 1968. An actor, he attended Temple Israel and was a member of the Jewish Actors' Guild. He is survived by his wife, Celia; sons, Abraham and Morris of New York City; stepson, Jack Gross of Orlando; a daughter, Evelyn of New York City; stepdaughters, You con have your DENTURES Cleaned Polished Repaired while you wait or the same day ,rom Sl 150 ,,p CALL GRAPHIC DENTAL LABORATORY 645-4354 Or Visit 200 N. Denning Dr., Suite 2 (corner of Morse Blvd.) Winter Park, FI 32789 Have that denture Mrs. Hal'i OrlandO, seven 11 Orlando ments. MR. 69, last Su New here Beach and a his Donna sisters, of Cape Kneip ' Sara Palm Ocoee ,. 4- SVfCES _*_, __ ...... ,Jr"" ................. - .... "1 I "...ze,,=izsmceout I 831-1119interchange.0n 17-92 just no. of PnOF[SSIONILLV cleaned I A-AARON LOCKSMITHI .,--,,. i 00SWANT. ,R !& SECURITY SYSTEMS, .-,.w,,',---.s,-. 00nnua,00oo00Sa,e..ar00ac0000. paperbacks, texts, encyc,0- & FIXTURE I - I I Clyde Fen'is | pedias, sheet music, cook- I , I ! Residential Industrial Automotive i I PZu.=bZ=g. Z-c. ! books, children's books, Nat',. Ge0graphics: etc. Tax deduct. Request FREE I ce. 1o,td='= =o=t - -" ! I 422-8702 i take to JCC I OOlllll)|ete |ook IIh@p.  ; Call 843-6593 for pickup or I Locks Safes Keys I i 1980 Ca I iteUP. Sales & Service |jlIIJB I lmnx)ADm-euX)l  118 W. Central Blvd., OrlandO' I lllm I 3 Bdrm Apt. Maitland area, I ': -i LEE WEST J I  ,.sis C..,d ,,o,io. P,of,io.,l " I We Do  Call C045-4976. ! Typesetting! AUTOMOBILES HERITAGE does all types of RICK KAUFMAN Lease Car L ALTAMONTE  elot. ORLANDO I i. 750 E. Hwy. 436 ]D]DItGDICY 705 W. Colonial ! 'v 830-5397 smltvlcz 841-6664 I typesetting & print; design t:o make your brochures, adver- tising pieces, reports & newsletters look more pro- fessional. Call 834-8"187. ROgAL00I,R00S APARTM[ NS LUXURIOUS LIVING On. i'wo and Ihree bedroonrs ; Fmhily and adii'.l sections ' All electric kHchem, " Washer dryer connechons " Three pools " Tennis cotrrlb " Located near AltamorH and Interslab, Malls 500 Orange Drwe Altamonte Sprmgs TeteDhone (305 8_344488 MISCELLANEOUS FIND what you're looking for with a HERITAGE classified! MY HERITAGE AD REALLY GOT RESULTS! Why did I wait so long? St0re--Headquarters for lease cars, 0ff-lease sale vehicles CYCI.EI and new car sales. 402 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park. SALES 645-3200. ............. Factory Authorized Servii WORK WANTED We Repair A, II Makes JOB HUNTING? Give your parti- We Have Parts and culars in a HERITAGE classi- For,All Bicycles. fled. Call 834-8787. BICYCLES FOR THE - 3 SPEEDS - 5 SISEEDS -'10 BMX Racing:Touring ALTAMONTE C01 SCHWlNN 996 E. HWY. 436 618 ALTAMONTE 834-2000