to Discuss What
aumarzzowI Judaism Means
As part of the educational pro-
Book Fair to Bring Puppets, gram
of Habonim Labor Zionist
Youth, a hug Yahadut—discussion
Story Telling and Stage Show group about Judaism—is held Sat-
The two Sundays of the Jewish
Book Fair, Nov. 7 and 15, will in-
clude children's programs geared
to Sunday school classes which
visit on those days.
There will be storytelling by
author Mrs. Martha Marenof and
by Mrs. Miriam Litke, religious
The Skip Rosenthal family, which
includes Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal
and their three children, will in-
terpret some of the Book Fair
stories in their puppet theater.
Coinciding with Book Fair Nov.
8 will be the opening of Omnibus,
the Children's Theater Series. The
Horakudeem Entertainers from
Toledo will be presented at 2 p.m.
in Aaron DeRoy Theater. Tickets
are available at the Center.
Family Night Out, Hostelers' Hike
and Tamarack Trip on Center Agenda
A custard pie throwing contest Sundays to participate in such
and a water-balloon balancing outdoor activities as bicycling,
event are among the activities in canoeing, hiking, over night
store for families participating in campouts and horseback riding.
the Saturday Family Night Out Directing the program are Shelly
program 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Slavin and Ronald Loeb. Hostelers
Jewish Center. are open to Center tweens in the
The program is sponsored by 7th, 8th and 9th grades. For regis-
the group services division of the tration, call the Center group serv-
(enter. Master of ceremonies will ices division.
• • •
be Mike Freedman.
The fourth annual Junior Trip to
In addition to stunts and games,
prizes will be awarded. Refresh- Camp Taniarack is slated for Nov.
ments will follow. Local comedian 27-29 for Center members in grades
Howard Gutman will do impersona- 3-6.
The theme will be "Wise Men of
tions of famous people.
Registration is limited to 25 Chelm," and campers will learn
about the people in Sholom Alei-
Future Family Night Out pro- chem's stories who lived in the
grams include a mystery bus ride, shtetls of Europe.
Also featured will be hikes, an
Dec. 19; old time movies and swim
night, Jan. 23; Beat the Clock oneg Shabat, ice skating, tobog-
bunk activities and a
night, Feb. 20; and family quiz
bowl and swim night, March 20. "Chelmland Carnival."
Participants will be served hot
For registration and information,
call the group services division, meals and stay in heated cabins
with their counselor.
• • •
The -weekend is coordinated by
The Jewish Center Tween Hos- Fred Rose of the Center's group
division. For registration
telers are scheduled to hike the
five-mile nature trail around Ken- and information, call the division
sington Park's Kent Lake Nov. 22, office.
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The hostelers
will prepare a cookout lunch and
photograph birds in the park.
'fosterers meet on alternate
MUSIC TO PLEASE
and his Orchestra
Across from Greenfield's
By BENNY MICZNIK
(Benny is 13 years old and in the
9th grade. He is twice winner of
school spelling championships, and
his hobbies are piano and elec-
Akiva has formed for the first
time a junior high team to com-
pete with other local schools in
the general studies program. The
Detroit News will provide the ques-
tions in history, math, science, cur-
rent events and literature. The rules
and an impartial judge will be
agreed upon by the competing
The following students make up
Akiva's team: (eighth grade)
Yeshai Koenigsberg and Sharon
Rose and (ninth grade) Michael
Greenbaum, Sheldon Klein, Benny
Micznik. Our coach is Howard
Borim, Akiva's junior high science
We have made tentative plans
to compete against a team from
Hillel Day School Dec. 6.
Akiva is also planning to organ-
ize a Torah studies team to com-
pete against other Jewish schools.
Debby Baum to Lead
Beth Jacob Choir
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 6, 1970-31
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By BARBARA ESKIN
Well, we're finally here. After 12
years of school in someone else's
building, we've finally arrived.
We're in our own, brand new build-
ing! Oh, we have our problems, but
they're minor and they don't inter-
rupt our routine school life very
much at all.
Unlike other years, the junibr
high students now move from class
to class instead of having the
teachers come to the students.
Naturally, we need lockers to keep
our piles of books tn. Since we
have been promised lockers and
they are on their way, we aren't
too disgruntled—even though they
do seem to be taking a long time
to get here.
Then there is the small matter
of an incomplete gymnasium.
The weatherman has been parti-
cularly sympathetic to our plight
and has given us quite a few
sunny days so that we can have
gym outdoors, but since into
every school schedule a little rain
must fall, so it has been at Hillel.
When these dreaded days do
occur, the gym teachers must use
a great deal of ingenuity, pa-
tience and fortitude.
All in all, it hasn't been too bad,
even though teachers have to lec-
ture to the accompaniment of ham-
mers, electric saws and power
These hardships really become
insignificant when we remember
that this is our own building and
some day soon we will have that
great auditorium, large gymna-
sium, cafeteria, well-stocked li-
brary and lockers.
to Test Reactions in
Simulated M.E. Crisis
Itzhak Margalit, director of the
Hebrew departnient at the Jewish
Center, will be featured speaker at
the Michigan State Temple Youth
fall conclave this weekend at Clear
Lake Camp, near Dowling.
Theme of the weekend is "Israel
1970—Prospects for Peace."
In a simulation of a political
crisis, participants will be asked
to react to a given situation as
leaders of Israel and the Arab
countries. Creative services and
Israeli singing and dancing also
The conclave is being hosted by
the Pontiac Temple Youth of Tem-
ple Beth Jacob. Chairmen are Joe
Kahn and Jeff Lipshaw. Repre-
sentatives from all Detroit area
temples are excepted.
Rabbi Sholom Goldstein has ap-
pointed Debby Baum as choir di-
rector of Beth Jacob School. She
succeeds Aviva Carmen who re-
cently moved with her family to
The Beth Jacob Choir has per-
formed for such groups as Miz-
rachi Women, Women's Orthodox
League and Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehuda. A musical produc-
tion is held each spring at the
school's mother-daughter banquet.
Debby is a Beth Jacob student
and a composer. She recently was
awarded a musical scholarship by
her instructor, Julius Chajes, direc-
Of the $30,600,000 raised in the
tor of the Jewish Center Symphony.
She is the daughter of Mr. and 1969 Torch Drive, 26.7 per cent
Mrs. Henry Baum of Maryland was pledged by hourly-rated work-
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