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HE RITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, APRIL 9, 2004 PAGE 11 Women's Jewish Education Series Over 200 women have participated this year in the Jewish Federation's Jewish Education Series, organized by Rend Brent, Women's Campaign Chair. The series featured local and international talent and included Dr. Ellen Cannon, David Brent, Professor Yossi Katz, Rabbi Aaron Rubinger, Dr. Yudit Greenberg, and Dr. Zena Sulkes. ofDthr. Zena Sulkes will present the last program on April 22. Her topic is "God and Spirituality." Dr. Sulkes is the Head e Hebrew Day School andPast President of the NationalAssociation of Temple Educators. The cost of the lecture is $5 plus a nominal fee of $3 for lunch. The class will be held at the Jewish Community Center in Maitland For more information, contact JoAnne Kane at 407-645-5933, ext. 237, or email her R NE BRENT (1), Seminar Chair, with CHARLOTTE ROTENBERG, participant. Series participants EVA RITT (1), who works at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center, and RENEE MOSS. a By Florencia Arbiser AIRES (JTA)-- group Nazi ideology s in its years- to win accredita- legal political party. Lgo, electoral tor Jorge Alvarez recommended that creditation petition riumph Party, its Spanish acro- Save l nerg,L "-Save Mone, 7 be denied. s recommendation go to an electoral Who will have the fi- t the matter. in the early 1990s Biondini, the Promoted the swastika, the stiff-arm Nazi sa- Celebrated Hitler's espoused a po- ology that re- of far-right Jean Marie Le a PNT party leader mysterious cir- party officials was a victim .'r a SUccessful open 15, the pre- srael inViera )ns the 2004- year. The loca- ,e preschool is 7350 preschool is open to all faiths between Memorial and Education Cen- authentic and letters from ghettos, for exhibition. COmmunications la.n, and must be mto English, appear alongside of a Jewish "ritual crime." Since 1997, Biondini's group has maintained an anti- Semitic Web site that links to Nazi sites and Holocaust- denial sites. Biondini him- self makes comrades call him "Fuhrer." The PNT has been trying to gain political ac- creditation for years. In 1991, the party argued that the swastika they used was not a Nazi symbol but a solar sym- bol. Nevertheless, three years later the group faced charges of violating a national anti- discrimination law. Biondini made some changes in the party, but many organizations, politi- cal parties and government officials say the party's ideol- ogy remains unchanged. "They are substantially Na- zis and formally Argentine nationalists," said one Argen- tine judge who spoke on con- dition of anonymity. Last July, Biondini pre- sented an official petition for legal accreditation. The PNT did away with the swastika the ages of 3 and 5 years old. Some of the features of this preschool include a 1 to 7 teacher-to-student ratio; weekly computer lessons pro- vided by Gigglebytes; and weekly Spanish lessons pro- vided by Little Amigos. Before and after school care is avail- able. the originals in the exhibit. The Holocaust Center is seek- ing volunteer German speak- ers to help with this project. The translators' names and services will be recognized in all published materials and publicity, and will be dis- played on introductory pan- els at the exhibition. and said the party rejects any form of racism or anti- Semitism. Becoming a legal party would allow the PNT to par- ticipate in Buenos Aires mu- nicipal elections, eventually leading to participation in na- tional elections, including free on-air TV time to pro- mote the group's political message. Prosecutor Berlanda's March 16 recommendation' mentioned several calls from concerned parties to reject the PNT's petition, includ- ing requests by the Justice and Human Rights Ministry, the DAIA--Argentine Jewry's political umbrella group-- several political parties, the National Institute Against Discrimination, the Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Association of Lawyers of Buenos Aires. The prosecutor said he agreed with the recommen- dations. "The material attached show an exaltation of vio- lence, hatred for the national Those who register for the 2004-2005 school year be- fore May 1 will receive a $25 discount on their registra- tion fees. For more informa- tion, call the school at 321- 631-1225 or the Temple of- fice at 321-631-9494. The school's email is tiadmin@ The Center plans to present this exhibit throughout Cen- tral Florida in schools, librar- ies, universities and other pub- lic institutions. Readers interested in vol- unteering as translators should call the Center at 407- 628-0555 for more informa- tion. and international Israeli community and the assertion of Adolf Hitler as a leader, frequently using Nazi sym- bols or similar ones," the recommendation reads in part. Experts say the group's sup- port base is small, though some say it has links to the army and the nationalist arm of the Peronist party, associated with the ideals of former Argentine president Juan Peron. H i;ii ] Holiday Parties * Weddings Birthdays Anniversaries Children's Parties Special Events Bus. MtgsJSeminar Rooms Avail. 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