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June 18, 1993 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-18

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TO BE YOUNG, JEWISH AND ZIONIST.

They set out to change Jewish history by transforming
young Jews into the working class of a new nation. These
were the youths of Habonim -- among them, Golda Meir,
Mordechai Richter, Leonard Fein, Saadia Gelb, Arthur
Goren, Jill Benderly, Marion Magid, Yosef Goell, Fradel
Freidenreich, David Twersky.

Hillel Day School

congratulates the graduates, families
and teachers of the class of 1993:

Jessica Alter
Daniel Lee Berenholz
Lisa Dawn Berkowitz
Jodi Ellen Berris
Jason Franklin Boschan
Carey K. Chicorel
Randi Beth Doliveck
Jeremy Stephen Fogel
Sarah Yael Havva Goldfein
Marcia Gordon
Mark Gross
Stacy Robyn Harold
Yoni Heisler
Emily Beth Hollenberg
Shari Aviva Katz
Heather Lynn Kaye
Michael Aaron Koenigsberg
Jennifer Danielle Leemis
Ron Leibovitch
Rebecca Georgeanna Liss
Andrew Aaron Muskovitz
Edward Redensky
Jason Alan Riback
Rachel Elise Rosenthal
Philip Adam Rubin
Julie Ruskin
Daniel Arie Sapeika
Michael E. Schostak
Michael Schuchman
Joashua Schulman
Adam Michael Shlom
Scott Justin Shumaker
Jeremy Silver
Jordon Seth Steinway
Alissa Michelle Waller
Devra Naomi Wanetik
Rachel Pauline Weiss
Yakini Whitehead

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Their story and that of more than 100 others, from the early
years to the present day, is told in their own words in

BUILDERS AND DREAMERS

Habonim Labor Zionist Youth in North America
Edited by J. J. Goldberg and Elliot King

Some went to Israel, where (among other contributions) they
founded six kibbutzim. Others remained in the United States
and Canada, where they became prominent as community
leaders, rabbis and educators, writers and editors. For all of
them, "the movement" remains forever etched as the central
experience of their youth.

Their reminiscences -- funny and warm, wry and ironic --
offer an intimate view of a dramatic chapter in modern
Jewish history and a portrait across time of Jewish youth
activism at its most idealistic. The 362 pages of BUILDERS
AND DREAMERS comprise a dramatic and colorful story --
told by the participants in the events themselves -- of North
American Jewish youth and their impact on American Jewry
and the building of Israel.

"I was personally intrigued, reminded and often
moved." -- Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg

To: Herzl Press / 110 E. 59th St. / New York, NY 10022
Please send BUILDERS AND DREAMERS
[ ] Paperback @ $14.95
Hard Cover @ $29.95
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Shaarey Zedek Productions
will present in June an in-
depth cable TV program
about the Michigan Miracle
Mission.
The participants, interview-
ed by host Geri Levit are:
David Hermelin, one of the
organizers of the mission;
Rabbi Irwin Groner, of Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek;
Sheldon and Gail Lutz; and
Dan Levit, who talked to Rus-
sians about their lives and
feelings about Israel. During
the program, a tape will be
shown of the Mission. Follow-
ing is a schedule of the pro-
gram. All programs by
Shaarey Zedek Productions
can also be found in the
Shaarey Zedek Library and
can be taken out by the
general public.
Booth Communications,
Ch. 11: 6 p.m. June 22, 29;
9:30 a.m. June 24.
Metrovision, Ch. 12: 4 p.m.
June 21, 28.
TCI Cable/Oakland County,
Ch. 52: 10:30 p.m. June 22,
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The Bright Idea:

Give a Gift Saoscription 1i THE JEWISH NEWS

B'nai B'rith Michigan Re-
gional Council has box and
reserved seating available for
1:30 p.m. June 20 when they
‘ host their 15th annual B'nai
"B'rith family event at Tiger
Stadium.
Detroit Tigers will play the
Milwaukee Brewers. Tickets
may be purchased by contact-
ing James D. Grey, 540-9070.

Special Showing
Of JET Play

JET (Jewish Ensemble
Theatre) will present a sign-
interpretive performance of
Square Root of Three 8 p.m.
June 20 at Maple-Drake.
Tickets may be purchased
by calling JET, 788-2900 or

665-6666.

Going
Places

A sampling of Jewish
communal events:

June 22
Cantorial concert, 7:30
p.m., B'nai David.
June 24
Art auction, 8 p.m.,
Temple Beth El.

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