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PAGE 8A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, DECEMBER 18, 2015 Sheila with Claire. Myrna with Ruth. Mimi Teicher with Cantor Robuck. The room was decorated to 'the max' with balloons, streamers, hanukkiah, and dreidels. With over 40 residents gathered to enjoy the Chanukah sing a long lead by Cantor Allan Robuck there was nothing but smiling faces, clapping hands and tapping toes. Thanks to the staff of Brookdale, Jewish Pavilion volunteers and the very talented Cantor Robuck, the residents were treated to a wonderful festive holiday celebration. 'survivors' find a home at the y of Florida "That was but a prelude; library of Reverend Herman where they burn books, they Doych (Hermann Deutsch), will ultimately burn people as were spirited out of Germany well," wrote I-Ieinrich Heine, on April 24, 1937, a Saturday, the German Jewish poet, aboard the SS Caribia of the journalist, essayist, and liter- HAPAG line docked in Ham- ary critic in his 1821 play Al- burg, Germany. Rev. Doych, mansor.Theseprescientwords hiswife Ritaand two daughters are engraved in the pavement Hermine and Beate escaped onBerlin'sOpernplatzwhere, Nazi Germany and saved on May 11, 1933 thousands 177 precious books, recently of books were burned by the donated to Florida's Jewish Nazis. Library, the Isser and Rae Price One hundredseventy-seven Collection on the campus of books, theRabbinicalworking the University of Florida. Sudoku (see page 14 for solution SUDOKU !il i!!i!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii !ii3 At Little or "o Cest t. You !i:: ~ed/care Patients You May Quali~f for Free Shipping:" ~:~:"~all Us Right Now We Do AI The Paperwork Shou{der Braces Ank e Braces~" : ............. -984-0360 Back Braces Also Available , ............. i i i! The volumes have been amazing story of her father donated by Rev. Doych's who ultimately went with the daughter, Bea Schemer, family to Cali, Columbia, and and granddaughter, Lauren to New York City in 1939. Rudick. Many of the books In October 1939, Hermann are commentaries on the DeutschcametoJacksonville, Talmud printed by the Sul- Florida, asaShochet, aRituai zbach Press in the early 19th Slaughterer and a teacher. He century; a small number of became a founding member rabbinical commentaries of Jacksonville's Etz Chaim were printed by the Shlomo Synagogue in 1947 and often ProopsPressinAmsterdam; conducted services for the some areworks on the Mish- fledgling congregation. na from the Zirndorf Press Rev. Doych's collection is in Furth in the early 18th now housed in the Rare Book century;otherswereprinted Room of the Judaica Suite, by smaller presses in mid to Smathers Library, University late 19th century Warsaw of Florida. The Rare Book and Berlin. Room and the Isser and Rae BeaSchemer ofOrlando, a Price Collection, Florida's longtime member and pillar Jewish Library, are under the of Congregation Beth Am and direction and loving care of well-known in the Jackson- Rebecca Jefferson, PhD and ville Jewish Community, is have become "a must see" for especially fond of sharing the tourists and residents alike. 0 Doych Collection in the Rare Book Room of the Judaica Suite, Smather's Library on the Campus of the University of Florida. 1 8 6 4 7 7 7 6 9 1 3 8 5 3 9 1 5 4 3 2 1 6 2 9 ,~ StatePoint Media F~II in the blank squares in the grid, making sure that every row, column and 3-by-3 box includes all digits 1 through 9. Custcxn Print Marketing Digital f.,- Offset Printing Direct M~ ~ Envelopes Inv~.afions &- ~ts Brochures &- Booklets Forms &- Letterheads 407-767-7110 k 205J'~kx'th Stxeet- ~ FL ~Z750 ,~ Jewish Pavilion Director Nancy Ludin, recently had the good fortune to be seated next to Ilene Miller on a return flight to Orlando. Miller, also of Orlando, revealed that she is a magician! "I'm a novice unrelated to Houdini nor will you see what I do on TV. How- ever, I like to have FUN. And if I can put a smile on your face then my job is done!" she said. Known in the Orlando area as Maybelene the Fun Magi- cian, Miller volunteers for nursing homes and children's hospitals. The result from meeting Ludin: at the request of Pavilion Program Director Gloria Green, Maybelene just debuted her Cousin Minnie Pearl at TerraVista Rehabilita- tion and Health in Downtown Orlando. The event was a celebration of Chanukah, which was open to all faiths. Feasting on the traditional potato pancakes with apple- sauce and sour cream, several dozen residents were treated to Minnie Pearl's amazing magical feats. "Minnie has always been one of my favorite characters with her many talents, so why not add 'magician' to her re- sume? With special thanks to Nancy and Staff at The Jewish Pavilion, Minnie just might be around for awhile!" 'Minnie Pearl' with Jewish Pavilion Program Director Gloria Green and resident, Lois. The Jewish Pavilion is a Central Florida long-term For more information, to "mobile" community center care/assisted living/reha- contribute, or volunteer for that brings holidays arid bilitationfacilities, withthe The Jewish Pavilion: www. programming right to the help of 350 volunteers and a or 407- resident's door at over 50 small staff. 678-9363.