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October 30, 1998 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News MORE COMMUNITY NEWS II/OhefSholom Temple holds ecaa!tTr!hUaJS:wled!h!aluli I Jl'. - s Stockley Gardens Arts Festival nrslr oazaar brought many neighborhood people to the Temple. l In o) The Midway had children : ,-- yeclrs entertained while their parents shopped and ate. Eager to sells tickets, from left, Steve Ellinger, Natalie Levinson, and David Hirschler. Sharon Laderberg puts the finish- Ing touches on a vendor's stall. Linda Fox Jarvis mans the ticket table for the Midway. The Temple likely set a local corned beef consumption record during this event going through more than 70 pounds in four hours. Ohef Sholom Temple Mens' Club President and chief cook, Andy Kline at the omelet helm. 8heron Nusbaum with teen helpers at the Toy end Candy Stall. "No ordinary times" CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 the chaotic disintegration of order and the death of many. When bor- ders are redrawn, pragmatists must exhibit hegemony and dis- place the ideologues. None of us observing the great events in Israel and the Middle Nov. 17 will hold its Fall Lun- East can allow chauvinism to obscure our support the those actually negotiating the peace. When the map is redrawn at the eventual conclusion of the long road to peace, we must all join in and strengthen Israel as it will then be, not lament what Israel has given up, as if we know better. We don't. For those'who disagree with the direction Israel has taken, it is time to harshly reconsider your views; Israel will need all the help it can get. Anne Riophe CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 and the affects this may have on Judaism in the 21st century when she appears in the second offering of the JCC Forum, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 7:30 p.m. at Ohef Sholom Temple. While statistics point to some aStonishing numbers, things may icals such as The New York mes. L. A. Times, Washington Post, Jerusalem Report, McCall's, Red- book, and Hadassah Magazine. She has written four non-fiction novels and several non-fiction books, including Generation With- out Memory: A Jewish Journey and Fruitful: My Real Life as a Modem Mother. In May, 1999, Ms. Roiphe's latest book, a memoir titled 1185 Park Avenue, will be published. Ms. Roiphe's books will be offered through Barnes and Nobel before and after her talk. not be as bad as they seem. Through Christian America, Sea- Those wishing ticket informa- ' An active Ziohit2-]Vfs  "lotplae son For Heaticigr,r,o;.'lJd's, (in may contact the JCCT at 489- Is a novelist as vtJ.,oqtrit- Mind, which s heg-'foldAqith' t71 ...... .' ...... .', ..... ". ,"  Ftg editor and colummfto pen0d- her husband, Dr: Hanla'n Rdile, . ,:,,, ,,,  , ,t, ,, ,,, ,,, ,,.,, 17 Brandeis Women enjoyvisit to Norfolk Botanical Gardens Members of the Tidewater Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Committee during their Fall meeting at the Norfolk Botani- cal Gardens. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Brandeis, many of the members donned hats and gloves to pay tribute to the by-gone era. Clmm learn Vgl00lmr 550 eldlm il tm/all0000 InmL _IIUll pl00etlge lflOlUlli Slmm, lmmmlr 1l 13 i, Mm Jk4Swltlm ls s ss At the home of Dana and Jeff Rosen 1032 Cambridge Crescent Norfolk Lunch will be served R.S.V.P. to Dana & Jeff (757) 489-1119 Gnmr  re/acaWd a/mr 1  D M #le Cimtbl  ef