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Cars on Cables

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

Up, up and away we go! Few things can compare with the thrill and beautiful view of a cable car ride. Let’s take a look at cable cars around the world.

 

Junior Trivia

Yael Mermelstein

Where Did That Expression Come From? Loose Lips Sink Ships: Unguarded talk can give away dangerous information. During World War II, the US Office of War Information came up with a number of slogans including this one to help people realize that talking about the war effort could lead to the death of soldiers.

 

Adventure with My Gran

Tova Teitelbaum

A month before my 12th birthday Grandma says to me: “I’ll be going to Israel soon; would you like to come with me?” It takes about seven seconds for this information to sink in. Then I start jumping up and down with excitement. “Grandma, I thought you had forgotten my bat mitzvah!”

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