THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
HebrerU. to Give Awards for Jewish Studies
trORK (JTA) — The Heti- are accepting applications, through
rew iversity in Jerusalem and Feb. 28, for the 1971-72 Moritz and
the New York-based American Charlotte Warburg ResearEfs Prizes
Friends of the Hebrew University in Jewish Studies.
The awards are given to students
up to 30 years old in Jewish stud-
ies courses who hold PhD degrees,
although in exceptional cases those
with master's degrees in the hum-
anities will be chosen. Winners of
the award receive $5,000 a year
for two years, and in special cases
for a third year.
' Those who receive it for three
SWEETS FOR TU B'SHEVAT
years are eligible for another two-
Very soon we will be celebrating
year grant if their achievements' Tu b'Shevat. The name of this holi-
correspond to those of a research day means the 15th of the month
fellow at the Hebrew University.
of Shevat, and it is the new year
for trees, flowers and nature.
In Isfael it is the time of the year
when the first signs of spring are
visible. The fruit trees start to
bud, the sun is shining, and the
birds are singing. Planting new
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, etc.
trees and eating fruit are the cus-
Leek for the bright red package
tomary ways to celebrate Tu
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For many generations, Jews who
have been living far away' from
their country, were commemorat-
ing Tu b'Shevat by eating dried
fruit. In so doing, they manifested
their hope and belief that being
away from the promised land is
only temporary; and that their link
and ties with the Jewish nation
and tradition , are strong.
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This Tu b'Shevat serve your
family and friends sweets and can-
dies made out of dried fruit. You
can prepare them to accompany
coffee, tea or other beverages.
They can be the dessert for any
meal, and you can also arrange
them nicely in a box and send
them to friends and relatives.
Friday, February 5,
Black Jewish Chorus to Perform Here
1 pound pitted dates
1/2 pound ground coconut
Carl s Kosher
3. Spread the rest of the ground coconut
on a flat plate. Roll the "fingers" in
them to coat evenly. Plac each fin-
ger In a paper cup and tuck an
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them to coat evenly. Place each fin-
gers" from ground dried figs, and you
can use for garnish half pecans, or
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almond in it for a garnish.
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Reported in Leningrad
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grammer, which it described as
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the depository of the Leningrad
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Local Eagle Scout Meets Emergency
Earns Recognition at Court of Honor-
Nathan Trager, scoutmaster, an- pious award for Jewish scouts.
nounces that a very special scout Jamie also will be presented with
will be cited when Troop 23 holds a Gold Quill Award.-
its annual court of honor 7:30 p.m.
Life awards will be presented
Feb. 15 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
to scouts David Barth and Jordan
Eagle Scout Paul Haar, son of ChudnoW.
the Nathan Adoffs of Lindsay Ave.,
Scouts who will receive first
will be recognized by the Boy class awards are: Sander David-
Scouts of America for his prompt son, Jay Guttman, Robert Isack-
action and use of his knowledge son, Ronnie Weiner, Kenneth Gar-
of first-aid in time of need.
ber, Gordon Altshuler, Philip Ja-
His presence of mind and scout cobs and Jamie Adler. Second
training helped when one of his class awards will be presented to
fellow campers was accidently Marty Galison, Robert Golds, Jef-
frey Schwartz, Jeffrey hnber anti
Phyllis Shiovitz, adviser of the Jeffrey Levitt. , _
Beth Moses Chev-
An investiture service will take
ra United Syno-
place for: new tenderfoot scouts,
gue Youth, took
and scout projects and achieve-
the youth group
ments will be on display.
for_ a weekend
Troop 23, sponsored by its alumni
camping trip. On
association since 1929, is now ac-
Saturday e v.e n-
cepting members of the third gen-
ing, one of the
eration, sons and grandsons of
former scouts. Both Scoutmaster
his head and was
Nathan Trager and 'Alfred A. Klu-
nover, chairman of the troop com-
scious. She states
mittee, hold the Silver Beaver
that In the midst Paul
of the panic that ensued, Paul kept
Scouts, scouters and officials of
calm and performed emergency the Greenfield and North Trails
first aid on the boy. He ensured districts are expected to partici-
that the victim did not go into pate in the program.
shock and instructed the adults in
Trager invites all scouts and
the safest way to move him to a their parents to attend this court
hospital, since there was no ambu- of honor.
Paul made sure that the boy
was breathing properly and that Maureen II iner to Be
he did not go into shock.
He continuously stayed with the Bride of Mr. Frenkel
boy, reassuring him and was
able to calm the adults. His eon-
duct and presence were reas-
suring to the victim's parents.
The chief scout executive, Alden
G. Barber of New- Brunswick, N.J.
after learning 'of this incident,
wrote to Miss Shiovitz, stating that
Paul's knowledge of first aid and
presence of mind to use the know-
ledge came as an end product of
many hours of training under a
Recognition for this outstanding
service will be made by the -De-
troit Area Council through its dis-
trict and council advancement
Miss Shiovitz will be invited to
attend, with the boy who was in-
jured. Paul's parents, friends, rela-
MISS MAUREEN WINER
tives and fellow scouts also will
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Winer of
Also on this occasion, the cov- Patton Ave. announce the engage-
eted Eagle Award will be presen- ment of their daughter Maureen
ted to scouts Mitchel Fields of Rene to Kenneth Frenkel, son of
Harding Ave., Oak Park; Norman Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frenkel
and Ronald Efros of Hart Ave.. I of Watkins Lake Rd., Pontiac.
Huntington Woods and Brian Lev-
Miss Winer is a junior in the
itt of Beverly Ave., Oak Park.
college of education at ,Wayne
Rabbi Moses Lehrman of Bnai State University. Mr. Frenkel is
Moshe will present to scout Jamie a graduate of Oakland University.
The couple will marry in June.
Adler the Ner Tamid Medal, reli-
1 tsp. lemon juice
2 this. fine bread crumbs
Blanched almonds (Half or whole)
Small paper cups
I. Clean the dates. Grind them in a
meat grinder. Add half of the ground
coconut, the lemon juice and bread
crumts. Mix well till it becomes like
a smooth dough.
2. Take one tap. full Of the
and shape it between your hands so•
It looks like a finger, about 11/2 inch
long. Repeat tUl you finish all the
dough. Yon will have• about 20,40
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A Black Jewish choral and dance group will make its Detroit
debut 8:15 p.m. March 2 in the Aaron DeRoy Theater of the Jewish
Center. The Adat Beyt Mosheh Chorus comes from a Black Jewish
community established through the efforts of Rabbi Abel Respes
near Atlantic aty. On an extended Midwestern tour under the direc-
tion of Alicia Mathis, the .group will present a unique interpretation
of Jewish folk songs, Hebrew liturgical melodies and Israeli com-
positions. The male and female performers range in age from 14
to 39, with a diversity of educational and occupational backgrounds.
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