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SOME OF OUR ACTIVITIES TASHLICH In October, 1972, Yavneh went to Santa Monica Piei for Tashlich. Tashlich represents the throwing away of one ' s sins. The sins are supposed to be cast out to sea. We used bread crumbs to represent our sins and chanted beautiful prayers. It was a very meaningful day. Jeffrey Kaufman YAVNEH CHOIR Qui choir this year was led by Cantor Jacob Erblich. We had many performances this year such as the Yavneh banquet, the R.Z.A. banquet, tlie cantorial concert, the Jerusalem Fair, and of course, the Cantata. Every Wednesday the choir met, learned, and practiced many beautiful songs. Like every year, our choir this year was very good. Enid Dunkelman EXPOSITION PARK This year the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades went on their traditional trip to the museum at Exposition Park. First, we went to the Museum of Science and Industry where our guides discussed various body systems such as the muscular and nervous systems. We then proceeded to the Museum of Natural History where we split into groups and viewed marvelous skeletons of prehistoric animals and learned about the origin of man. One of the most breath taking exhibits was a sarcaphogus believed to be thousand of years old. The day was a full and knowledgeable one. Everyone had a great time. Jeffrey Bohrer COURT TRIP The 8th grade class met their tourguide as they arrived at the Los Angeles County Courthouse. She took us to an empty courtroom and explained about different kinds of courts, what cases may use them, and the people who work in a courtroom at the time it is used. After that we were put in the seats of lawyers, bailiffs, desk clerks, and even the judge as we put on a " fake " case against Mrs. Podell for giving us too much homework. We don ' t quite remember what the jury said about Mrs. Podell, but all we know is that she still gave us homework throughout the school year. Then we actually were taken to see a trial in progress. Our class watched and heard the goings on of a case and sometimes even saw the attorneys " steam up " a littie. About an hour passes by and then the judge called for a recess and he invited us to visit him in his chambers. We asked him what it was like to be a judge and how could one of us become one. It was a most exciting and rewarding day for us. POLICE STATION As one of our yearly trips, we went to the police station. We enjoyed being escorted by a police officer and going in a real paddywagon. When we arrived at Parker Center, we saw the memorial waterfall for the policemen who had died on duty. Then we walked down a large corridor inside the building until we entered a large auditorium. Officer Taylor, our escort, discussed with us about the questioning and the lineup which they sometimes used to identify a criminal. We followed Officer Taylor into the room where they keep the files. Of course we couldn ' t see them, but he showed us the system of filing which they used. He then took us to where they receive emergency calls and ex- plained to us how it was done. After tliat we visited tlie fingerprint department where Mrs. Podell got fingerprinted. It was then time to leave, so we filed on to the paddywagon for our journey home. It was an enjoyable and enlightening day. Marci Mirvis Alan Stem 42
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