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! |yah Center 14Ng HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. March 14. 1080. Pmgl 5 a, .,u,z • " aFd ' • • to Amencan Jewish Students )]e .. 1,11R:K, ,N:Y.--An schools and afternoon other Jewish community vla'l, aimed at gener- schools throughout the leaders will be named in each ('  • eprd]lt about (bbutz country have been asked to region. A national panel will • :1 among young ,jewis h students S Fed last week by l I director of the 'Desk. :laltZ:L is seen by )al vLit analysts,,, Eliasov onle0r of the most Idiial experiments 25.eth Century. To •  generation of far .lekibbut z r U!, th holds =ve, .ion as did the "'- ing settlements of the essay ', flich is open to :i li°Ungsters in two  ll-14and 1. ge:_  'n Kibbutz." Day Water e Treat ,o,00is g ! Ge Dead Sea is 11  a new treatment .eloped at the invite a program on kibbutz life to be given at their institutions. "We're hoping this will aid a great number of students and plant the desire to enter the contest," Eliasov said. Two major prizes will be awarded. The winner of the I i- i4 category will receive a summer vacation at the Zionist youth movement camp of his or her choice in the United States• Winner of the senior category will become part of the "Summer Experience on Kibbutz" program in Israel. Local and regional recognition will also be given to entrants. Judging panels including educators, journalists and announce winners on May 15. The national essay contest is being conducted as part of a promotional campaign being conducted in North America to direct the focus of North American Jewry to the cultural and social life-style alternatives of Israel's Kibbutzim and moshavim. The campaign is entitled "Kibbutz Moshav Into the 80's" and will feature special events in Jewish com- munities throughout North America. For further information, write to: Israel Aliyah Center, 515 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022; or call (2 i 2) 752-0600, ext. 250. I I I I III Project Eliya__hu 00amilies 00feeded to Host 'Singles' at Passover Homes are needed to host community members without families at seder time. Called "Project Eliyahu•" ! of Beroen in The program is sponsored by the Jewish Community rLfle treatment of Center. lhe universitv's Many Jewish singles, students and senior citizens have ,,l Of derrnatolon]i. no family to hold Passover seder with and the Center is 'e a "Dead Sea asking community members to invite these peop e into :_gn to the chron- their homes for the holiday tradition. • . annot visit the Families who would like to host someone, or persons li,'-  Water spas who would like to be invited to participate in a family's I :L' some three seder, should call Lois Tanenbaum at 645933. J T I dinavians ..... " , , .... ;!_"ue to look at pictures. If you haue interesting photos, antique or currenL to our PHOTO GALLERY; HERITAGE, P.O. Box 742, Fern Park, FL 32730. i iii i r On "Hollywood Squares" the other day, the question was asked, "Who adjusts more quickly to divorce, the men or the women?" The answer, my friends, is the men. Now that doesn't surprise you, does it? After all, they really haven't quite adjusted to marriage yet. Most men enter the state of matrimony from a home in which their mothers cooked for them, cleaned for them, and did their laundry. They made their twice-a-year dental appointments for them (and even reminded them to keep the appointments). They put the tops back on the tubes of toothpaste and never com- plained. They left the car seat adjusted to his height and leg reach (who cared if she got varicose veins stretching the tip of her toe to barely reach the gas and brake pedals, endangering her very life and limb?) This mother would always leave the gas tank full even when he had left it on empty and always slipped him a few bucks when he was short. She served the lamb stew that he loved and she loathed. She nursed him when he was sick, lauded his efforts, never expecting even faint praise, and told him that he was won- derful. Most of these men enter marriage, not as a new phase of life, but only a a change of i i in • 9 IS. Ilia i00hy Tolerate Criticism? - ,u a government which is doing what it believes to be dght allow itself to be dwF criticized? .4 "It would not allow opposition by lethal weapons. "Ideas are much more fatal things than guns. "Why should any man be allowed to buy a printing press and disseminate pernicious opinion calculated to embarrass the government?" \\; --NIKOLAI LENIN, Marxist address with the same services offered. Now whose fault is this, I ask you? It's ours. Mothers of the world, we have done it to our- selves. We raised them as idols, never telling them that they had feet of clay. We didn't tell them about sharing. We didn't tell them that there might come a time when someone else might not always like his choice of tele- vision programs, his favorite hobby or his choice of friends. We never ventured the opinion that his way was always right. Let's change right now. Let's shape them up so that they will be caring, dutiful, thoughtful husbands. For after all, in their present condition, would you want your daughter to marry one? I went shopping at "The Source" the other day and found a cute little cookbook for children, put out by KTAV. Most of the recipes are for pretty young kids, and are complete with directions and illustrations. Since Pesach is almost upon us, have your kids make some of these (or, you really could do it yourself.) 1.4oz. pkg. shredded coconut 2 egg whites Yz cup powdered sugar Vz tsp. lemon juice butter, oil or shortening glass bowl measuring cup cookie sheet egg beater Put whites into a bowl and beat till stiff. 2. Add sugar to stiff egg whites; blend. 3. Add the lemon and continue beating until light and smooth. 4. Add the shredded coco- nut; mix thoroughly. 5. Drop spoonfuls on to a greased cookie sheet. 6. Bake in an oven at 275 degrees for 40 minutes. See more recipes pages 6-7. History Made in Cairo Synagogue by Haskell Cohen CAIRO (JTA)--History was made on a recent Friday night at the Giniza Synagogue here when members of the Israel Consul staff, which several days earlier settled into an office in Cairo, attended the Shabbat evening services: Normally an attendance of t 5 people at the Friday night services is considered good, but on this particular weekend 80 people crowded into the synagogue to attend the services. i,i i i i i The services were con- ducted by Moded Gabai, a reader, while contingents in addition to the Israeli group included three French visitors to the city; this correspondent, who was accompanied by Saul Bodner, a member of the CI.S. Committee Sports for Israel Board of Directors; a student from Bethpage, Long Island. who is studying at the American University here; and a student from California who serves as a part-time corres- pondent for Time Magazine. , i i I i , nday, March 1 6, is 'Freedom of Information' Dai or this? "The publisher is not granted the privilege of independence simply to provide him with a more favored position in the community than is accorded to other citizens. "He enjoys an explicitly defined indepen- dence because it is the only condition under which he can fulfill his role, which is to inform fuily, fairly and comprehensively. ' "The crux is not the publisher's 'freedom to print.' It is rather the citizen's 'right to know." --ARTHUR HAYES SULZBERGER, Newspaper Publisher Why the Press Is Free