Habonim Maps Lecture, Seminar .
Avi Kaplan, shabakh (adviser) seminar is open 'to high school-
for Habonim in the U.S., and Ya- age .youth.
hudah ' Peleg,' chairman of world
Buses leave Detroit Thursday
Habonim, will speak 8 a.m. Mon- and return Nov. 28.
day at the Labor Zionist Center.
For information, call Gail Pinsky,
The public is welcome.
Over Thanksgiving vacation, Mid
East Region Habonim will. hold a
seminar on religion in Cincinnati.
The seminar will include' discus-
sion of the differences between
nationality and culture; a panel
of three rabbis discussing the dif-
ferent factions/ of Judaism; and a
By DENA GREENBAUM
lecture by an Israeli professor of (Dena is 11 and in the 6th grade.)
Martin Buber's philosophy. This
Our general music classes at
Akiva, taught by Mrs. Schwartz,
are usually based on a theme cor-
responding to the holidays and spe-
cial events. This week grades 1-6
are participating in an Indian Pow-
musical program. The stu-
dents bring in American Indian
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and objects that they have
made,. They also perforni Indian
dances and sing songs.
A few weeks 'ago, students prac-
ticed square dances such as "Tur-
Experienced and dependable.
key in the Straw." We are also
Free estimates, fast service,
enjoying singing songs from "Fid-
Coll Tom Baker
ler on the Roof." We are learning
these songs in connection with our
forthcoming benefit movie of "Fid-
dler on the Roof" at the Northland
Theater on Sunday. We all look
forward to this twice-weekly music
Next week, grades 5, 6 and 7
will be attending the school concert
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'Put-On King' to Get
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The "Put-On King of Detroit Ra-
dio," Dick Purtan of WXYZ, will
be presented with "The Golden
Tevye Award" Sunday, prior to
Akiva Day School's benefit Per
formance of "Fiddler on the Roof"
at Northland Theater.
The award, named after the
main character in "Fiddler," who
throughout the play constantly at-
tempts to marry off his five
daughters, is being presented to
Purtan in recognition of the fact
that he, too, has five daughters—
"SNITCH" HENDERSON, who
brings his musical show to the
Masonic Auditorium 3 p.m. Sun-
day, has produced over a dozen
record albums covering the mu-
sical landscape from pop to classi-
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Group services of the Jewish students , serve as counselors. The
Community Center is offering to event is open to nanmeinbera:
juniors in grades 3-6 an opportun-
For information call Fred Rose,
ity to combine winter fun at Camp DI 1-4200. -
Tamarack while learning about
Jewish heroes Dec. 27 30.
Bnai Moshe Youth Thee program will feature ice
skating, tobogganing, hiking, a
and his ORCHESTRA
to Conduct-Service, talent show arts and crafts,
••music at its Best
l night, stories and
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Host Their. Parents singing. -
Campers sleep in heated cabins
Bnai Moshe Junior Congregation
will hold its annual Parent-Youth and are served three warm meals
Luncheon Saturday, following 10 and two snacks per day, College
a.m. services -in the small chapel,
at which the youngsters will offi•
Youth participating in the serv-
ice include: Michael Thirman, Jay
Morros, Bernard Kole, Mark
Owens, Martin Pasternak, Susan
Owens, Lori Heiman, Lisa Roth,
Amy Heiman and Nancy Anker-
The following new officers will
be honored at the luncheon: Lori
Heiman, president; Mark Owens,
vice president; Amy Heiman, re-
cording secretary; Julie Miller,
corresponding secretary; and . Mar-
tin Pasternak, program chairman.
A brief cultural recitation of Elie
Wiesel's "The Jews of Silence"
will be presented by the members.
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold a square
dance 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the so-
cial hall. Refreshments will be
served. There is a charge.
Why do we need a school. like .
Mel? Before I answer that ques-
tion, I should like to tell you a
little about the school. At Hillel
we study English half of the day
and Hebrew the other half of the
day. We have everything that all
the other schools have and in addi-
tion, we have something special.
We learn Hebrew, the Torah, and
what it means to be a 'Jew.
Now I'll answer the question
We need Hillel so that if a child
wants to receive an intensive Jew-
ish education he is able to - .
Whenever I tell someone that I go
to Hillel they ask me, "How can
you go to a school where they learn
Hebrew half a day?" I answer
that's why I attend such a school.
I like the school because we learn •
so much Hebrew.
I'm a Jew and I want to_ know
what makes me , a Jew, and how
I can be a good- one. I feel I'm
lucky to be going to such a fine
school where Hebrew studies are
as important as the general studies.
I'm positive that if you would be
going to Hillel you would soon un-
derstand what I'm talking about
and be as proud as I am.
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in cooperation with the National
Foreign Study League. Teen-age
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`Babes in ToyIand' Set
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Omnibus, _ children's series of
the Jewish Center, will present
the well-known "Babes in Toyland"
2 p.m. Sunday. This film features
such 'memorable characters as
Mary Contrary, Jack Be-Nimble
and Boy Blue, and the March of
the Toy Soldiers provides the es
citing climax to: this novel musi-
There is a small admission
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