Var hat das gazen
Und var hat das garet
Aza katchka zol oizen vi afrad?
The highlight of our activities was sailing on Lake Narutz, which was 40 km
from our town. After this sailing I decided that it was time for me to go to
Israel. I again went through preparations, leaving the town her youth came
back. Not after a long time I returned from the preparations with my skin all
tanned and my body peeling. And my friends from Hashomer Ha'Zair were very
proud of me, as if I had gotten the suntan in Jerusalem. A short time later, at
an evening hour, the entire unit of Hashomer Ha'Zair walked with me amongst the
cedars on Dolhinov Street, and walked me to the train station on my way to
Israel. From the departing train I heard their singing, and that was the last
sense I received from the town.
|Members of Hashomer Hatzair youth movement
on top of the famous bolder
|Standing on the rock from right to left: Shlomo son of Meir Aharon Alperovitz, Michal son of Ben Zion Meirovitch, Leizer son of Chaim Velvel Benes. On the far right Yitzhak Gurfinkel hugging Eiyahu son of Alter Zimerman. Between the standing boys sitting Nechamia Alperovich and linning on his shoulder Dov the son of Avraham Chaim Reyder the chimney sweeper. Holding the flag is Yosef Markman, to his top left, Luba nee Gurevich Bardan, to her left Chaya Sara Shmukler and sitting on her Henya Dimenstein the daughter of Merka de bakerke. Sitting at bottom right: Sara Eisak, Zlata Zimerman, ?, ?, . Sheina the daughter of Neta Zimerman, Chana Alperovitz and Freydale Zimerman. Above them standing Chaya Altman from Dolhinov Street, sitting far left Bela Meltzer and Menuchka Kupelovitz.|
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