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March 2, 1979

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Page 6, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, March 2, 1979 COMPARING NOTES on how to run a newspaper, reporters on the Hebrew Day School Star club visited HERITAGE /ast week Above; Gene Starn, editor and publisher of HERITAGE, provides a rundown on the operation of a weekly paper. Right, the Star staff is shown during one of the rare moments when they are not 'pounding the pav ment' on their news beats. L ()R LA ND(3 .PROFESSIONAI, CE NTF R 1 22 W. LAKE BEAUTY DR, II ORLANDO I[ 422"0046 I BRRY  .OODIV[A.N', D,D.. II w. |! [ Family Practice of Dentistry ll " LAKEVIEW PROFESSIONAL (:ENTER ll 819 E. FIRST STREET t SANFORD STEVEN M. PRICE, M.D. Loch Haven Executive Building 615 East Princeton Street Orlando, Florida 32803 OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT |305) 898-3033 i ,1| LAWRENCE R. STEINER General Practice of Law at 303 Semoran Boulevard Suite 232 Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701 (305) 339-1055 j "CHECKING MA 7ES" Is part of the fun of being a member el club. Two mates, Richard Israel and Harold Zatz O to r), concentrate as empties and the kings fight for survivaL Variety Keynotes Day While HDS te Kaufman is members of the the right board  HDS teacher Thel Photo Stonj by Unda Amen instructed by HDS teachers, Everything from puppeteer- meet in two, 45-minute ing to creative expression have sessions, allowing students to been incorporated into the participate in two activities. curriculum at the Hebrew Day Members of the Puppeteer School, where students, Club, taught by Vici Rock, are is grades second through fifth, busy making puppets and have a choice of joining two of writing a show to present at the showing six clubs which meet every end of the school year, in club pottery Friday. addition to learning the history techniques. The clubs were organized to of puppets. The Ne w- provide extracurricular Susan Weinman is teaching taught by activities and a variety of members of the Creative learning basic continuing experiences for Expression club a combina- well as how to students and to make Friday tion of dancing steps, newspaper. afternoons special to welcome expressive body movements already the Sabbath Queen. and relaxation techniques, edition The clubs, taught by They too, are preparing an School Star" volunteers except two end-of-the-year performance, are working NO r ROBOTS, BUT MIC heie Selber and Mlndg Gardberg (1 to r) partlclpating ln the Hebrew Day School Creative Expression club. A little twist here and a little Jump there and you be got It. IS IT A WALL hanging or a pUlow? Regardless Brian Marks has been working hard on a 'masterpiece' since he'sJoined the Hebrew Day School Embroidery club. Altamonte Mall Lower Level On the Jordan Marsh Concourse Gift Boxes Party Trays Shiva Trays Health Foods Fresh Candy DOROTHY MORRELL''' 1 ! LOW COST AIRFARE I ] New York to Brussels ] ! s0025ooo0000 ! ! Confirmed Reservations Beginning May 5th | | CALL DOTTLE today for MORE INFORMATION, | | INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AGENCY | Bus. 849-6550 310 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Res. 422-3648 IT MIGHT NOT BE made of wood or have  ' cou/d be as Ie41ks as Plnnochlo finIshes the puppet she's rnakinfl Puppeteer club. ATTEND SERVICES