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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 or Another great move I read this recently and pass it along to you: "Speaking at a meeting of the Israel Council on Foreign Relations in Jerusalem, which operates under the auspices of the World Jewish Congress, Paraguayan President HORACIO CARTES expressed satisfaction over the moving of his country's embassy to Jerusalem. If anyone had any doubt about the appropriateness of the embassy move, Cartes said, 'just read the Bible.' Cartes added that this would be his final trip to Israel, as his term of office is ending, and called the visit 'very emotional. I see Israel and Paraguay being very close in the future.' The visit was the president's second to Israel: in July 2016, Cartes paid an official visit to Israel, the first Paraguayan president to do so. Paraguayan Foreign Minister ELADIO LOIZAGA called the embassy move a'great moment' and noted Paraguay's links to Israel dating back to its support for the Partition Plan in 1947. He added that Israel and Paraguay share common values such as 'defending human rights, free press, democracy and the rule of law," and as such, Paraguay feels an obligation to support Israel in international arenas such as the United Nations. Tough losses Fabulous playright Neil Simon passed away on Sunday, Aug. 26th. He and his work will never be forgotten. I consider him a genius. Nell Simon I also heard that the world lost a wonderful actor (and when he was younger, Hollywood's hottest heartthrob!), Burt Reyn- olds. He was a native Floridian and a gifted performer. Both will be missed by me and all those of my generation. Winter Park Playhouse Mainstage From Sept. 21st through Oct. 14th, Irving Berlin's "I Love A Piano" will be performed at the Winter Park Playhouse, 711-C Orange Avenue, Winter Park. For times and other information, phone the box office at 407-645-0145 or contact their website www.winterparkplay- Jewish Pavilion I received word that the Jewish Pavilion and Senior Help Desk are touting the wonderful care given to the residents of the beautiful Mayflower, Aloma Avenue, Winter Park. (As I get older, that's good to know!) Congregation Obey Shalom Seniors On Sunday, Oct. 7th, beginning at 2 p.m the members and Irving Berlin friends of the COS Seniors are holding an opening event. The featured performers are J.T. & JEN, doing a tribute to the golden oldies a tribute to Buddy Holly, George Strait, Connie Francis, Whitney Houston, Etta James & Patsy Cline. (WOW!) J.T. is a talented guitar player and singer. Jennifer is an accomplished vocalist and keyboard player. This is the free paid up membership opening event. (Just pay your $10 annual membership fee.) Bring your friends. Everyone is welcome. After the musical perfor- mance, there will be compli- mentary desserts, (This is the annual "Ice Cream" social but other desserts will be available.) Oh yes, I almost forgot! They ask that we bring our dancing shoes I was a professional dancer at 19. I think my feet are too big to wear them now! Shout-Out The other day my friend and I dropped in to the Olive Gar- den Restaurant on Colonial Drive, Orlando. Our server was KRYSTAL BORKOWSKI, a beautiful, blond sweetheart and a terrific waitress. (The food was good too and Krystal said she took out all the calories for me so I couldreally enjoy!) JCC 39ers On Meet & Mingle Monday, Sept. 24th, beginning at 1 p.m SHELDON BROOK will present a bio on Jack Benny. And, of course, refreshments will be served afterwards! (Calories??) And on Thursday, Sept. 27th at 1 p.m "Dine Around Town" will be held at the Im- perial Dynasty in Longwood. For fur.her details and to RSVP, phme FL0 GOLDMAN at 407-859-5982. One for the road Monty meets up with his friend Cyril in the Altamonte Jack Benny Mall. "Nu, Cyril, why the glum face?" Monty. "It's not like you to look so sad." "Oy Vay iz meer, do I have a problem," replies Cyril. "The Credit Crunch is killing me--I just have to raise $200,000 in the next f rtnight or else my 20-year-old business is doomed." "Don't vorry, my friend," says Monty, "You can easily over- come you problem." "How cLn I do that?" asks Cyril. "Here'svhat you do," replies Monty. "Go out into the streets and sell 20,000 shoe-laces for $1 each." "But I on't have any shoe-laces," says Cyril. "Oy, thn you have a problem," says Monty. EWISH NEWS can be purchased at the following locations: ORANGE COUNTY JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave Maitland JCC South, 11184 South Apopka-Vineland Rd Orlando Kinneret, 515 South Delaney Ave Orlando SOJC, 11200 S. Apopka Vineland Rd Orlando Brown's New York Deli, 156 Lake Ave Maitland Most Publix Supermarkets * All Winn Dixie Supermarkets SEMINOLE COUNTY Heritage News, 207 O'Brien Rd Fern Park Barnes and Noble Booksellers, 451 E.Altamonte Dr. Suite 2317,Altamonte Springs & 1260 Oviedo Marketplace Blvd Oviedo Bagel King, 1472 Semoran Blvd Casselberry Kosher Kats, 744 W. S.R. 434, Longwood Central Florida Hillel, 4250 Alafaya Trail, Ste. 212-363, Oviedo Most Publix Supermarkets All Winn Dixie Supermarkets VOLUSIA COUNTY Federation of Volusia/Flagler, 470 Andalusia Ave Ormond Beach Most Publix Supermarkets AllWinn Dixie Supermar- kets Barnes & Noble, 1900 W. International Speedway Blvd Daytona Beach Perrys Ocean Edge Resort, 2209 South Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach Debary City Hall Debary Library Vienna Coffee House, 275 Charles Richard Beall B1 Starbucks, 2575 Enterprise Rd Orange City City Hall Orange City Library Dunkin Donuts, 1296 S Woodland Stetson University Carlton Union Deland Chamber of Commerce Sterling House, 1210 Stone St Temple Israel, 1001 E New York Ave Beth Shalom, 1310 Maximilian St Deltona City Hall Deltona Library Temple Shalom, 1785 Elkam Dr. Temple Israel, t001 E New York Ave, Deland College Arms Apt, 101 Amelia Ave, Deland Boston Gourmet Coffee House, 109 E. New YorkAve, Deland Stetson University Carlton Union, 421 N Woodland Ave, Deland Family Bookstore, 1301 N Woodland Ave, Deland Deland Chamber of Commerce, 336 Woodland Ave, Deland Deland City Hall, 120 S Florida Ave, Deland Beth Shalom, 206 S. Sprng Garden Ave, Deland Orange City Library, 148 Albertus Way, Orange City Boston Gourmet Coffee House, 1105 Saxon Blvd, Deltona Deltona Library, 2150 Eustace Ave, Deltona Temple Shalom, 1785 Elkam Dr Deltona Deltona Community Center, 980 Lakeshore Dr, Deltona Debary City Hall, 16 Colomba Rd, Debary Debary Library, 200 Florence K. Little, Debary OSCEOLA COUNTY Cindy M. Rothfield, P.A 822 W. Bryan St Kissimmee Most Publix Supermarkets Verandah Place Realty, 504 Celebration Ave Celebration All Winn Dixie Supermarkets St. Cloud City Hall, 1300 9th St, St. Cloud St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St. Cloud Southern Oaks, 3865 Old Canoe Creek Rd, St. Cloud Plantation Bay, 4641 Old Canoe Creek Rd, St. Cloud Osceola Chamber of Commerce, 1425 Hwy 192, St. Cloud Valencia College, 1800 Denn John Ln, Kissimmee Kissimmee City Hall, 101 Church St, Kissimmee Kissimmee Library, 211 E. 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 AMchem, 3501 Oak Pointe Blvd, 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 SUDOKU Jewish Academy of Orlando students cast their bread upon the waters of Lake Lily in observation of Tashlich. On Monday, September 17, observed Tashlich at Lake Afterwards, the students sym- studentsatJewishAcademyof Lily. The program, attended bolically cast their sins into Orlando observed Tashlich. by students and their fami- thewater to help usher in new While kindergarten, first, lies, included a service with beginnings for the New Year. and second graders attended inspirational readings from The student event concluded aserviceoncampus, thethird Jewishsourcesandconcluded with a Mitzvah project of through fifth grade students withtheblowingoftheshofar, cleaningup thepark. "The wonderful thing about Jewish day school education is the opportunity to 'live' Jewishly on a daily basis, to participate in our customs and traditions in a meaning- ful way," Alan Rusonik, head of School, stated. "Community is a big part of what this school is about. I love joining my daughter and other families to participate this beautiful tradition," said Melanie Brenner, a fifth-grade parent. 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