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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, AUGUST 10, 2018 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 or gloriayousha@gmail.com Praise for Israel I read this recently in a copy of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) digest and pass it along: "Speaking at a meeting organized by the Israel Council on Foreign Relations,which operates under the auspices of the WJC, Bulgarian President RUMEN RADEV noted that the Jewish community of Bulgaria remains an integral part of the country's society. He also stressed that Israel and Bulgaria "now enjoy better relations than ever." The event came at the end of Radev's official visit to Israel. During his address, the Bulgarian president stressed that "in Bulgaria, there is no negative image of Israel. Bulgarians have warm feelings toward Israelis. "I think Israel is an example of a model state," Radev added. "We see this in the hi-tech sector and the military. This model of keeping the citizens engaged, giving them the feeling that everyone has a part of the country's future, this is the strength of your model and I think it could be beneficial to many other countries." Asked about moving Bulgaria's embassy to Jerusalem, the president said that "recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is the important issue," but emphasized that "Jerusalem is only one element of the peace process. We are committed to facilitating an open, ongoing dialogue between Israel and the Palestinians." Radev also spoke of the heroic refusal of Bulgarian society to allow the Germans to deport Bulgarian Jewry in 1943, the 75th anniversary of which was marked earlier by the Bulgarian government, the Jewish community and the WJC. "Bulgarians opened their hearts and homes to the Jewish community," Radev underscored, expressing regret that the Jews of Thrace and Macedonia, which were under Bulgarian occupation during the war, were deported to their deaths in Treblinka." (Where are all those Holo- caust deniers now?) Just a little personal note I make it a habit to watch the Johnny Carson show and the Ed Sullivan show on television every night. I was watching the current Tonight show, but I didn't recognize any of the guest stars! (Ok, so I'm elderly (almost!) Sounds like my kind of fnn. . The Roth Family JCC in Maitland has a program called Ed Sullivan "HANGTIME,"where kids can enjoy a game room, ping pong, board games, Leg and more. The fall session is from Aug. 13th to Dec. 21st. For more information, phone the JCC at 407-645-5933. The program is for children in grades K thru 5. (Att: ROBBY ETZKIN, I'm just a little older. Can't you make an exception?) A special volunteer I'm referrirg to a lovely lady named BERNCE DAVIDS. For many years, Bernice and her belo'ed spouse, Joe (who passed erlier this year), have been vounteering with the Jewish PMlion. They not only attended most functims and numer- ous program:, but also came into the offi:e regularly to help with malings, program preparation ad Other neces- sary tasks. Een in her grief, Bernice has :cached out to the Jewish favilion to see how she couk help them. Her commitmentand dedication to them has been unending and is much ppreciated. Bernice Davids (A life well liJed, Bernice, and you are much appreciated by all.) A fabulous terformance The show";igoio" officially opens the 2018-2019 Mainstage Series at the Vinter Park Playhouse. It opened July 27 and will run through Aug. 19. For ticketsand other information, phone the Winter Park Playhouse at 07-645-0145. The Winter Park Playhouse is located at 711-C Orange Avenue, Winter Park. (This show is NOT to be missed!) The JCC39ers Cinema Sundays On Aug. 1,' in the Senior Lounge of tte Roth Family Jewish Comnunity Center in Maitland, he movie "The Imitation Gane" with BENE- DICT CUMB RBATCH will be shown, beginning at 2 p.m. Refreshnents are also available. More JCC3gers On Meet & Mingle Monday, Aug. 13, "Senior Finances," presented by SUSAN TAYLOR &Associateswillbe discussed. Refreshments will follow the program, which starts at I pm in the Senior Lounge. One for the road Benedict Cumberbatch Max and Leah visit a plastic surgeon. When asked what they would like done, Max replies, "It's her tuchus, doctor, her backside is getting so large that I can no longer get my hands around it." "So," says the doctor, "you would like me to perform a tuchus reduction?" "No, no," rqolies Max, "I need a hand enlargement." (Oyvay! reminds me of the time Iwentto Florida Hospital and asked fora facelift. They gave me a heart valve instead!) 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Dakin, Kissimmee Robinson's Coffee Shop, 114 Broadway, Kissimmee Osceola County Courthouse, 2 Courthouse Sq, Kissimmee Barnies, 3236 John Young Pwy, Kissimmee Reily's Gourmet Coffee, 3831 Vine St, Kissimmee Shalom Aleichem, 3501 Oak Pointe Bird, Kissimmee Books-A-Million, 2605 W. Osceola Pwy (522), Kissimmee Lower East Side Deli, 8548 Palm Parkway, Lake Buena Sudoku (see page 14A for solution ~UDOKU (JNS)--The Israeli Defense IDF Spokesperson Unit said. Forces said it launched an The IDF also said that airstrikeonWednesdaynight, it holds the Syrian regime killing seven terrorists from responsible for "all violent the Islamic State who had acts or threats" emanating infiltrated Israeli territory in from Syria. the Golan Heights along the "The IDF stands by the Syrian border. 1974 Separation of Forces Accordingtothe IDF, Israel Agreement, which ended the had been tracking the seven Yom Kippur War and is still armed suspects from the in effect today." Islamic State terror group in FormerheadoftheCounter the southern Golan Heights terror Bureau at the Prime near the area of the triangle Minister's Office, Brig. Gen. of Israel, Jordan and the de- (res.) Nitzan Nuriel said in a militarizedzoneofSyriawhen call with reporters organized the Israeli Air Force aircraft bytheIsraelProjectthatIsrael struck them. will not allow any changes to IDF Spokesman Jonathan the 1974cease-fireagreement Conricus said the terrorists with Syria. had managed to infiltrate "We will not let anyone to approximately 200 meters change that cease-fire agree- (650 feet) into a region ment from '74 ]according to between the Alpha Line and which only U.N. forces can the security fence, but did be in the 'grey area' between not cross the security fence Israel and Syria] and those into Israel. seven people were inside that "IDF troops completed a grey are which is unaccept- search today where the seven able," he said. bodies were located, and in "When the Syrian forces the same area the following with all their supporters are was found: five AK-47 assault trying to capture the areas rifles, explosives, and what close to the borders we can appear to be grenades," the expect more mistakes and U.S. Air Force/lst Lt. Erik D. Anthony Two ls'aeli F-35 "Adir"jets fly in formation. more friction ith us. Again, Lieberman said thatwith Syr- we told them very loud and ian President Bashar Assad's clear, through the Russians forces taking back territory in and directly by UNDOF and Syria from rebel groups, the others, Don't change the situation is slowly returning rules we will not let anyone, to the one prior to the civil the Syrians, as well as ISIS, war, where Israel and Syria Hezbollah as veil as the Ira- enjoyeddecadesofquietalong nians [breach the cease-fire the border. area]." "In Syria, as far as we are The strike on the Islamic concerned, the situation is State terrorists comes amid returning to the previous one a large-scale drill being held beforethecivilwar--meaning by the IDF's l orthern Corn- there is a clear address, there mander to te;t its military is responsibility and there is preparedness, a central government," Li- Despitethisatestincident, eberman said while touring Defense Minster Avigdor northern Israel. The support you need to find quality SENIOR LIVING SOLUTIONS A Place for Morn has helped over one million families find senior living solutions that meet their unique needs. There's no cost to CALL (855)439-6734 :::: ,mlaceforMom } We're paid by our partner ommunitie~ 728 3 8 13 4 1 2 6 5 5 7 1 9 94 1 42 93 5 2 419 ~ StatePoint Media Fill in the blank squares in the grid, making sure that every row, column and 3-by-3 box includes all digits 1 through 9.