By DANNY SCHNIPPER
For the past three weeks the
ninth graders have been busy
working on their yearbook. This
year the theme is "If you're not
part of the solution, you're part of
Under. the guidance of our
teachers, Mrs. E. Zivian and Mrs.
T. Rees, the students wrote both
Hebrew and English articles per-
taining to the theme. A group of
students worked on the cover de-
sign. while other students prepar-
ed the class message, dedication,
student council and class reports,
the "last will and testament" and
captioned the pictures.
Last Friday we put the fin. ish-
ing touches on the book and sent
it off to the printer.
Aside from the hard work on
the yearbook, the seniors have
also been getting ready for grad-
uation exercises. Each student ■
will deliver an original speech
during the program.
Among the topics to be present-
ed are Soviet Jewry, the Peace
March on Washington and the
Jewish Defense League. Members
of the graduating class will also
give the opening and closing pray-
ers and present a gift to the
school. The entire ceremony and
reception will, for the first time,
take place in our own building.
One of the nicest aspects of grad-
uation year is our senior trip.
Previous classes have gone to
Montreal, Chicago and Washing-
ton. This year we're going to
Toronto and Straftord-21 strong
with five parent chaperons.
Lisa Greenberg and Marty
Shenkman are still working on
last-minute plans with our head-
master, but we have our reserva-
tions and are ready to take off on
Will Present a
"Dance, the Universal Language"
is the theme of the "mini-dance"
program to be presented 3 p.m.
June 6, by more than 100 children
and youth studying dance in the
Jewish Center dance department.
The dances to be staged in the
DeRoy Theater, were created es-
pecially for this program by the
students in the classes, under the
direction of instructors Harriet
Berg and Denise Szykula.
One dance will tell the story of
the Yemenite Jews and their exo-
dus to Israel. Called "On the
Wing of Eagles," is uses authentic
Yemenite movements and special-
ly designed costumes based on
The public is cordially invited
at no charge.
Center Day Camp
Registration is in full swing for
day camp at the Jewish Center,
open to youngsters from the 1st
grade through age 101/2.
Children are assigned to
bunks with a counselor_ in
Swim instruction, phykkal ec*a-;-
tion, arts and crafts ; thusic- and
dance are among the activities.
Overnights are available to camp-
ers of all ages.
Home transportation is provided,
and youngsters bring their own
lunch. Drinks and snacks are pro-
Two sessions are available:
June 28-July 23 and July 20-Aug. 20.
For information, application and
brochure, call the group .services
division, DI 1-4200.
ewish Chapel Planned at West Point
32—Friday, May 28, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ROBERT FOGELSON, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Fogelson
of Balfour Rd., Huntington Woods,
recently was called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzva at Birmingham
UNITED PAD CO.
This is the architect's design of the first Jewish Cadet Chapel to
be built at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The chapel will
symbolize in a striking way the position of the Jewish community in
America, since it marks the first time in Jewish history that Jews
have been accorded this unique place of equality in such a promi-
nent setting. It will contain a museum of American Jewish history.
The ,distinguished architectural firm of Harrison and Abramovitz
was engaged to design the chapel and its ancillary facilities. Esti-
mated cost of building is $1,800,000. Construction is scheduled to
begin before the end of the year. Rabbi Avraham Soltes is the Jew-
ish chaplain at West Point.
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Be Opened Near NYC
• Exciting • Creative • Dignified
You Must See it To Appreciate It!
25211 TELEGRAPH ROAD
(across frees Raleigh House)
a large Talmudic dictionary to
show our appreciation.
On the bus during the ride home,
we all sang songs and even wrote
some Hebrew poems of our own.
This was really a most enjoyable
trip. We made a lot of new friends
SAM mu laillETT
ON GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL BASIS
15660 W. Ten Mile Rd., Southfield
4 Ask for Mrs. Bernstein
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am my beloved's and my beloved
Song of Songs
Mr. and Mrs. Benti Indig
the honour of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
round Law Morgan
son of Mrs. Zelda Morgan
on Sunday, the twenty-fifth of May
nineteen hundred and sixty-nine*
at five-thirty in the evening
r6ung Israel 9f Oak Woods
NEW YORK -- The first Bnei
AkiVa Yeshiva High Schools in
the United States, patterned after
the live-in Bnei Akiva High School
system in Israel, will be estab-
lished in Monsey, a suburb of New
The Hebrew Institute of Rock-
land County and the Torah educa-
tion and culture department of the
Jewish Agency for Israel and co-
sponsor of the new national
schools, one for boys and another
A blade of grass is always a for girls.
blade of grass. Men and women
To be known as the Yeshivat
are my subjects of inquiry.
Hadar High Schools, they will open
—Samuel Johnson in the fall.
Our 30th Year
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Akiva Action Line
MADE IN MICHIGAN
THE NEW LOOK
• CUSTOM WONG
• PROMPT DMVERY
By MARLENE GLIKSBERG
For the finest in Musical
AND HIS CONTINENTALS
After so many weeks of waiting
and planning, the day finally ar-
rived that the eighth and ninth
graders, escorted by Rabbis Wer-
ner and Cohen, departed for Chi-
cago for our class trip. We all
showed a lot of spirit on our char-
tered bus by much singing.
We were greeted in Chicago with
a delicious lunch by the host
school, the Ida Crown Jewish
Academy. After lunch, we toured
the school, visited some of the
classes and met the students with
whom we would be staying.
After touring the school we went
to Old Town, where we visited Rip-
ley's Believe It or Not Museum
and the London Wax Museum.
We also visited various Jewish
schools in Chicago, including the
Beth Jacob School, where we sat
in on one of their Bible classes.
We also visited the girls' branch
of the academy, where we attended
a lecture by a guest speaker. We
also visited the Hebrew Theological
College in Skokie and the Telshe
Yeshiva of Chicago. All of these
schools were a very good experi-
ence for us.
During our tour we also visit-
ed Shedd Aquarium, the Museum
of Natural History and the -Adler
Planetarium. We learned much
from all of these! We also had
a night activity of miniature golf
with our hosts and rode the sub-
way and El trains.
The highlight of the trip was the
Museum of Science and Industry
and it is a great museum.
The time to say goodbye arrived.
We thanked the principal, Rabbi
Rapoport, and all our hosts and
presented. the school library with
Oak Park, Michigan
Cocktails and Dinner following ceremony
*HAPPY 2nd ANNIVERSARY