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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, OCTOBER 19, 2018 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 or Something to think about Remembering Jewish From Hezbollah's terrorist army in Lebanon to Iran's history growing military presence in Syria, Israel's northern border On Sept. 21, 1922, United separates its citizens from one of the most dangerous places States President Warren G. in the Middle East. Harding signed a joint resolu- Just miles from the tiny town of Metula, on Israel's border, tion of approval to establish Hezbollah terrorists have turned Lebanese towns into milita- a Jewish National Home in rized compounds, armed with thousands of rockets. Eretz Israel. (I'm having nightmares!) One of my favorite A meaningful tribute people I read this recently and pass it along to you: I'm referring to LUCILLA The Hungarian football team Ferencvaros Torna Club WEINROTH, a lovely lady (FTC), in cooperation with the World Jewish Congress and the who now resides at beautiful Federation of Jewish Communities in Hungary (MAZSIHISZ) Allegro in Winter Park. held an unprecedented tribute to a Holocaust-era hero prior (I wrote about Allegro in a to its match against Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv at the Groupama recent column, and knowing Stadium in Budapest. that Lucilla reads my col- umns, it may have sparked an interest for her to email me the following: "I am a resident of Allegro Istvan Toth T-shirts with Istvan Toth's image. The Hungarian team's move to dedicate the match to Istvan Toth, a former FTC player and coach, is the first concrete step taken by the government to combat anti-Semitism following its joint declaration on behalf of 21 co-sponsoring nations delivered to the UN Human Rights Council. The players of both clubs were escorted onto the field by children wearing shirts adorned with Toth's likeness, as a symbol of civil society's commitment to honoring heroes of tolerance and combating discrimination. Toth was an early Ferencvarosi TC player and later the club's head coach before joining the Hungarian anti-fascist resistance, following Nazi Germany's invasion of Hungary. Toth helped several hundred Hungarians, including many Jews, escape Nazi detention and death before his arrest and execution in February, 1945. "Istvan Toth is a football hero and a righteous person, who scoured the biggest goal of the 20th century by sav- ing Hungarian Jews in the midst of the greatest inferno of the century," said ANDRAS HEISLER, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Hungary. "By remembering Istvan Toth, we are honoring a celebrated sport figure who stood up against violence, hatred, and discrimination. His life and behavior is an example to fol- low in all places and times." (Unfortunately, I never heard of Istvan Toth before and I wonder if you have? I feel richer for knowing about him and glad to bring this story to you.) President Warren G. Harding in Winter Park. Our community and staff is so very accom- modating and helpful. We laugh every day here and it truly feels like one big family. Allegro has made a point to celebrate all the Jewish holidays and even have Shabbat services here in the community." (I know that Lucilla and her late husband, Stanley, were planning to move there someday but unfortunately, he passed. They were a loving couple. Also, Lucilh has a special place in my heart because she, and her wonderful sister, PEARL HALIKMAN, were born in Brazil, a place I consider paradise.) The lqoth Family Jewish Community Center of Greabr Orlando On aturday evening, Oct. 27th, from 6:30 p.m. until Sunday mornilg, Oct. 28th, at 8:30 a.m there will be a middle school overni, ht for grades six through eight at the JCC. (Shtcks! I'm left out again! When are they going to have an overnight for old folks?) There will be Dodge Ball, games and much more. Dinner, breakfast and snacks will be served. Registration deadline for your children is Thursday, Oct. 25th at 4 p.m. or if late, you may be subject to a late fee. JCC39ers Cinema Sundays On ?ct. 21st at 2 p.m. in the Senior Lounge, the movie will be "Just Getting Started" starring MORGAN FREEMAN. Refreshments will be available. JCC39ers Meet & Mingle Mondays On Oct. 22nd, beginning at I p.m. in the Senior Lounge, the program will be "Soviet Zion", a presentation on the musical by playwright GILES HOWE. Refreshments will be served afterwards. JCC39ers Terrific Thursdays On Oct. 25th there will be DineAround Town at the Outback Restaurant in Altamonte Springs. To FSVE phone FLO GOLDMAN at 407-859-5982. Wow! They are truly stars (or should be) I'm talking about the show I just saw at the Congregation Ohev Shalom Senior's Ice Cream Social. They are J.T. & dEN, wonde'ful singers/musicians. J.T. is a superb guitarist/singer and Jel should be a star! Her singing voice is magnificent, the tone, tie range, the style. I repeat, MAGNIFICENT! Andwe have the vev loveable and efficient JERRY LEIBMAN, who is COS Seniors president to thank for his terrific choices of talent! One fr the road Onedternoon, little Benjy returns home from school and finds tis father in the living room watching an auction of racingmrses on the TV Sports Channel. As Bnjy stares at the screen, he can't help noticing a man roving from one horse to another, running his hands up and~own the horse's legs, rump, and chest. After a few minut6 of this, Benjy asks, "Daddy, why is the man doing that?" "Beause," replies his father, "when you're buying horses, you ha'e to make sure that they're healthy and in good conditi)n before you buy." Beny looks a bit worried. "Daddy," he says, "I think Uncle Hymie ants to buy mommy." 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. 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Nations Relief Works Agency According to Barkat, who (UNRWA) in light of the or- is stepping down from his ganization's illegal activities positionaftermunicipal elec- and incitement of Palestin- tions at the end of the month ians against Israel, accord- in order to run for Knesset, ing to Mayor Nir Barkat on schools will be closed by the Thursday. end of the current school In a statement, Barkat year. said the new U.S. policy "The U.S. decision has cutting $300 million to created a rare opportunity the controversial organi- to replace UNRWA's services zation inspired the move, withservicesoftheJerusalem which will see unlicensed Municipality,'hesaid."Weare UNRWA-runschools, medi- putting an end to the lie ofthe cal centers and sports fa- 'Palestinian refugee problem' e' Wl and th, attempts at creating identifieddescendantsofrefu- a falsesovereignty within a gees as refugees in any other sovereignty." population dispute worldwide. UNRVA was founded in Israel has argued that 1949 b provide aid to hun- UNRWA perpetuates a prob- dreds 4 thousands of Arab lemofPalestinian refugeesby refugees from Israel's War discouragingtheirabsorption of Independence. Still op- in other countries, aswell as eratioral today, UNRWA not inflating their numbers. only p'ovides funding and Israel absorbed 688,000 resources to tens of thou- Jews between 1949 and 1951, sands of remaining refugees, following the Holocaust and but also to their 5 million- the expulsion of Jews from plus descendants in Jordan, Arab countries. Between 1989 Lebanon, Syria, Gaza and and 2006, Israel absorbed the Palestinian Authority. approximately 900,000 Jews The United Nations has not fromtheformerSovietUnion. 4 1 2 4 5 4 9 9 7 1 6 4 932 7 7 8 91 .~ StatePoint Media Fill in the blank squares in the row, grid, making sure that every column and 3-by-3 box includes all digits 1 through 9.