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OCTOBER 22, 2004 PAGE 11 By Gloria Yousha -- Call 407-657-9405 or 407-834-8787 t ~aA -" said to JEB ioto a t"' all the votes and I will lift the plague of the hur- L rp~ething~'~' to think about, isn't it?) ~a;~';r~[~hing else to think about : . "'.-,ll;Fre is an update from MARTHA STEWART te ~ net.~ far, after two weeks of confinement, she is spending time reading, doing chores, adjusting to prison and bha!i#i tt Scrabble o po - ucn more serious note - |l~ejoin the SimonWiesenthal Center in urging the United ~.tes and Canada to suspend funding of the United Nations t~ el~nd Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near ~~!0NRWA) pending an investigation into their hiring of |it~ ~rs of the terrorist organization Hamas. ] k~AMAs! Shocking, isn't it?) ~'~ ently, UNRWA director PETER HANSEN openly admi!- ][~)n~t members of Hamas are among the organization s -.----~.~?nnel, stating, "I don't see that as a crime. Hamas is a I~'ru~1 organization and not every one of its members is a ][i~nt and we do not do political vetting and exclude people ~0ne persuasion as against another." He tried to explain 0rds this way, "We demand our staff," he said, "whatever ]~.r.~litical persuasion is, that they behave in accordance :li~u'N. Standards and norms for neutrality." ~~ folks, we all know that "U.N. Standards" area joke]) ~is clearly a dangerous situation that is out of control. ~[~. U.S. and Canada, who together account for over a ' m2?f UNRWA's annual, multimillion dollar budget, need ~rtain to what extent their taxpayers humanitarian ~'~Utions for legitimate refugees have been diverted to of n,en amas terrorists and their agenda. and ~ewrite or email U.S. Secretary of State COLIN POWELL on/J lSsubject and also Canadian Foreign Minister PIERRE /~I(~REW" . "s inW ~li~ aggravatmn. I need a joke . e boy was attending hxs first wedding. ne a o~'~t~r the ceremony, his cousin asked him, "How many ) exu~"]'~efl.can a man marry?" J lle httl~ h,~, .~ j 4 ,1 a-- " "-~ "u,"How do you know that~eri: a!~i':~ u~nwasamazec~'that'h~'had an answer so quickly ~b~n.~Jhl~!,~Itehbe rYa~:we~e!: ;~sr ~asttYer, ~luYr UohraV7 ft udr r'i: ~rd' % 4 0rer That e uals 16" tow ":| ~"~ther rabbi joke? Sure: ~k~.r the circumcisina of his babv brother in shul, little Jonah ay o,o~'~.ecl all the way home in the back seat of the car. !ed. u~| ~ls father asked him several times what was wrong. T L M?Nt ;lwebr te l, be happening when the JCC Center ~CKIE LEVINE Players perform their produc- tion of Suite Simon. The very talented AL KRU- LICK, JCC Artistic Director, is at the helm, insuring that the evening of one-act plays will be a success. Of course, the run of the production encompasses many evenings of one-act plays, including these re- maining dates: Oct.23 and 30 at 8 p.m.; Oct. 24 and 31 at 2 p.m. For information, call 407-645-5933. Having wonderful actors to work with, including LARRY STALLINGS, TOM GREEN- MAN, SUE COHEN, SHERRI DEWITT, MARK SHAMI, and especially the superb JACKIE makes Al's job a lot easier. ,it means a return to the stage after an eight-year hiatus and how lucky we are to have her back! Jackie is top caliber! And speaking of "top cali- ber," BONNIE SPRUNG is set designer/technical director. Bonnie also owns Uniquely Sprung Art Studio. In 1976, she got her first taste of theatrical produc- tion at Valencia Community College. Coining the name Valencia Character Company, Bonnie moved back to New York in 1978 to acquire her BA degree at Hofstra University and in 1980 with a major in theatri- ~ONNIESPRUNG cal production and a minor in graphic design. She specialized in makeup, set design, scenic art, and photography and continued expressing her talent through a number of New York off, off Broadway shows and opera companies. Some of her productions include Annie Get Your Gun; The Pajama Game; Crazy For You; 42nd Street; Music Man; and most recently at the Orlando Broadway Dinner Theater, The Mystery of Edwin Drood. She also has several JCC shows to her credit. Bonnie can be emailed at Her website is Be sure to catch an evening of Suite Simon at the JCC. Speaking of s'hows and THE biz There is a very talented youngster in our community. In fact, anyone who has ever seen her perform knows just how talented she is. I'm talking about JENNA TROUM. Jenna will play the role of Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz with the new Junior Rebertory Company of the Helen Stairs Theatre for the Performing Arts. The show will run at the beautiful Sanford venue from October 29 through November 7. This is the first production of the newly formed Junior Reper- tory Company. It will be under the able direction of SHARLENE LEVY with choreography by CHRISTINA HOLLERBACH and vocal direction by CHRISTINA JONES. Jenna, always in demand, is also rehearsing as one of the Bird Girls in Seussical the Musical at Lyman High School. It will run from November 18-20. Jenna last appeared in a movie entitled Eating Patterns that was filmed on location at Full Sail, a prestigious school in Winter Park, that teaches film, music, art, theater, music tech, recording, video and digital art and animation. (I recorded a lovely CD there some years ago titled "Just Breezin' At Full Sail.") JENNA TROUM as a scarecrow. I feel sure that Jenna will realize all of her show biz dreams and aspirations and I will say "I knew her when." Jenna's proud parents are MARK and JULIE TROUM. Now, more than ever The upcoming presidential election is so crucial to a polar- ized nation that all who are eligible to vote should make it their business to vote especially the ladies. TERRI SUSAN FINE, Ph.D an associate professor of politi- cal science at the University of Central Florida, will discuss American politics with an emphasis on women, civil rights, political parties and public opinion at the next Jewish Profes- sional Women's Dinner. It is set to take place on Wednesday, Oct.27, 6:15 p.m. at the Hilton Orlando Hotel, 350 S. Lake Blvd, Altamonte Springs. For details, call the Jewish Federation at 407-645-5933. One for the road I want to pass along some very sad news but first a joke: Harvey and Gladys Goldman are getting ready for bed. Gladys is standing in front of her full-length mirror, taking a long, hard look at herself. "You know, Harvey," she comments, "I stare into this mir- ror and I see an ancient creature. My face is all wrinkled, my body sags and my arms and legs are flabby. Please hon," she asks her husband, "tell me just one positive thing about my body so I can feel better about myself." Harvey studies Gladys critically for a moment and then says in a soft, thoughtful voice: "Well, there's nothing wrong with your eyesight." Now for the sad news: Funeral services for Harvey Goldman will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. at Beth Shalom. can be purchased at the following locations: OnAnGE COUNTV JCC Cascades Florist 851 N. Maitland Ave.10069 University Blvd. Maitland Orlando Too Jays Cascades Florist 2624 E. Colonial Drive 711 N. Alafaya Trail Orlando Orlando Borders 600 North Orlando Ave. Winter Park Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation 11200 S. Apopka Vineland Rd. Orlando SEMINOLE COUNTY Heritage News Amira Kosher Market 207 O'Brien Rd. 1351 E. Altamonte Dr. Fern Park Altamonte Springs Borders Books and Music Bagel King 880 W. S. 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