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, HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, OCTOBER 10, 2003 PAGE 3 Congregation Ohev Shalom has announced this year s congregants who will be hon- Ored during the Simchat To- rah morning service at 9 on SUnday, Oct. 19. The Hatan Torah honorees, Called for the aliyah for the last reading of the Book of Deutoronomy on Simchat Torah, are Berny and Eleanor Raft. The award is given for long-term service and partici- l~tion in the congregation's religious, programmatic and volunteer efforts. The Hatan Bereshit honor- ~ers, called to the Torah for the Irstaliyah from the book of Genesis, are Dr Jeffrey and bebra Bornsteinl The award is given to recognize a family that has recently made a com- naitrnent to the congregation's religious, programmatic and Volunteer efforts and is viewed as leaders for the future. Eleanor moved to Orlando In 1974 when her husband retired. Her sister, Lee Sami and her parents also lived in Central Florida. Life was good until her husband passed away. Berny moved to Lakeland in 1981 to open a business which he later relocated to Orlando. A few years after the move Berny and Eleanor met; they were married in 1985 at Congregation Ohev Shalom. Berny could not be all busi- ness and no shul. When he and Eleanor married, they became caught up in a variety of ac- tivities at COS. Being active at Ohev Sha- lom came naturally to Berny since he had been very involved in his synagogue in New Jer- sey serving as executive vice president, running bingo games, making dinner parties and working in the kitchen at the shul. Both Eleanor and Berny volunteer at the Obey Shalom Hebrew School, preparing and serving snacks to the students. Berny has served as the presi- dent of the Ohev Shalom senior's group for the past nine years, and was instrumental in its becoming affiliated with the United Synagogue of Con- servative Judaism's national Hazak program for adults, age J Are you one of the many ews feeling angry and frus- trated at the way the Middle y~ast story has been reported? ou can help--learn how Is- rael is fighting media bias and attempting to improve its in- formation campaign. Come to CLJ on Sunday ~ening, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. to see elentless, a documentary film showing how Israel has been ~e~rorized by the Oslo process. his hour-long production for anyone concerned about was made by peace in the Middle East, and ~ nestReporting.com, a fast- the threat of a broader conflict iistion website dedicated to that could engulf the West. A uring that Israel receives discussion will follow the film r media coverage, viewing. nestReporting scrutinizes Tickets are $5 for adults, the media for anti-Israel bias, and $3 for seniors and stu- ~d then alerts subscribers to dents. The film is recom- ,reSPOnd directly to tne news mended for ages 18 and over, ~geney concerned, due to graphic footage. ~rlestReporting has over R.S.V.P. to Debbie Gold at ,000 members worldwide, dgold@cljorlando.org or 407- l~elentless uses film from 645-0444. ~alestinian TV, religious ser- HonestReporting is launch- r~ r~s. and political rallies to ing the film, Relentless: The ~.weal Palestinian politics and Struggle for Peace in lsrael, to ~ture. Loaded with footage,reveal a side of the Middle East e~rely seen by Western audi- story that most people are un- L. ~es, Relentless uncovers the aware of due to a lack of expo- '~ lden agenda that is behind sure by traditional media out- ~,~e collapse of the peace pro- lets. Relentless is a powerful ,~ss and the continued one-hour documentary using primary source video clips to examine the history of the Mid- east conflict and how the Peace Process unraveled in a surge of violence. ~'~le between two peoples. in, elentless presents a rivet- L~s picture of the culture of ~ rror facing Israel in its ur- ~it for peace. It is a must-Psee ELEANOR and BERNY RAFF JEFF and DEBBIE BORNSTEIN 55 and over. He enjoys plan- ning the programs for the se- niors' meetings, which are al- ways interesting and enter- taining. 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Relentless offers a methodical overview from the Oslo Accords until today of the commitments made by both Israel and the Palestin- ians, examining how each side lived up to their promises. Relentless uses fihn from Palestinian TV, religious ser- mons and political rallies to reveal a behind-the-scenes look at Palestinian politics and culture. Loaded with footage rarely seen by Western audi- ences, Relentless uncovers the hidden agenda that is behind the collapse of the peace pro- cess and the continued struggle between two peoples. Produced by HonestReporting.com and dis- See "Relentless" on page 6 OCTOBER 14TH, 15TH & 16TH Randall E. Ellington's Creative Strategies for Successful Business Owners & Professionals Reduce Your 2003 Year End Taxes & Protect Your Retirement Seminar If you own a business and/or earn a substantial income, you know that protecting your hard-earned wealth is an increasing challenge in this world of change. 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