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March 14, 1975 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SZ Youth
Plan Events

Shaarey Zedek Junior
Congregation will attend
the United Synagogue
Youth central regional con-
vention March 21-23 at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel.

Chaverim will have a
bowling party 2-4 p.m. April
13 at the Ark West Lanes.
Members who have been
given awards for their con-
tinued attendance at Shabat
services include: Harleigh
and Lillibeth Mandel, Jer-
emy F'and, Jeffrey Ac1eI-
man, Karen Burg, Jody
Kaufman, Robin Kaufman
and Ellen Sternhill. Services
are held 10:30 a.m. Satur-
days in room 8 at the syn-
agogue.

.

" Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM

Births

March 8 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Berman (Fran-
cine Taub), 3210 Greenfield,
Royal Oak, a son, Nathaniel
Jason.
* * *
March 7 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert F. Kraft
(Joanne Parr), 4846 S. Knoll
Ct., West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Lisa Ruth.
* * *
March 5 -- To Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Maltz (Beverly
Zalla), 20018 Westbrook, a
son, Mark Brian.
* * *
March 5 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Sima (Judy Mos-
bach), 24690 Lakeland,
Farmington Hills, a son,
Joseph Aaron.

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Beth Shalom
Youth Activities

Beth Shalom's Kadima
group will meet 1:15 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue
and proceed to the Cran-
brook Museum. The tour
will include the American
holloware exhibit and the
planetarium. For informa-
tion, call Audrey Krasnow,
398-2891.
United Synagogue Youth
will gather 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Beth Moses for a ral-
ly in preparation fo'r the
upcoming regional conven-
tion being held March 21-23
at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Perspective candi-
dates for the various re-
gional offices will speak.
There will be a band, and
guests are invited.
Beth Shalom's TNT-BMB
will have its service and
breakfast 9 a.m. Sunday.
Michael Goodman, from the
Youth Parole and Review
Board, will speak on "Ju-
venile Delinquency." Par-
ents are invited.

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Detroit area United Syn-
agogue Youth will present
its annual regional rally
8:30 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Beth Moses.
Prospective candidates
for regional office will
speak, and a band will per-
form. There is a charge, and
guests are invited. For in-
formation, call Marc Tere-
belo, 535-5198, or Franklin
Sterns, 353-3773.

Bnai David Youth
Will Roller Skate

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"Deception in Courtship."
For information, call Ms.
Braun, 357-4369.
* * *
NEW DIMENSION will
have a square dance to rock
and roll music 8 p.M. March
23 at the Berkley Masonic
Temple. Singles age 18-25
are invited. Jerry Cokewell
will be square dance caller.
For information, call Ellen
Berman, 557-3753. There is
a charge.
7.

YI Teens to Bowl

Young Israel Teens of the
National Conference of Syn-
agogue Youth will play
nine-pin bowling Saturday
in Windsor, meeting at 8
p.m. at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods. There is a charge,
and drivers are needed. For
information, call Sheldon
Mandlebaum, 547-4408.
YI Teens have their own
Shabat minyan 9:15 a.m.
Saturdays in Young Israel
of Oak-Wogds.
The group has a -drop-in
center 7:30-9 p.m. Tuesdays
at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods.

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Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel's new pre-teen group, for
youngsters age 10-12, will
hold a luncheon and trip to
the Civic Pre-Historic Mu-
seum in Ann Arbor on Sun-
day.
Members will meet noon
at the synagogue and then
proceed by bus to Ann Ar-
bor. There is a charge. For
reservations, call Ken Ja-
cobs, 557-9496.

IDEA CENTER
FOR THE CRADLE CROWD

Singles Events

NEW YORK — A new
Mrs. Allyn Z. Lite (Peggy
CRITERION CLUB will
summer
program for Amer-
Ehrenfeld), former Detroit-
hold an open house 8 p.m.
ican
teenagers
will
be
ers of Upper Montclair,
Wednesday at the Bonanza
N.J., a daughter, Jordan launched this year at Kanot, Sirloin Pit in Southfield.
an
agriculatural
boarding
Alexandra.
Prof. W. Patrick Strauss
school-youth village in
* * *
of Oakland University will
March 2 — To Dr. and Southern Israel, according speak on "The History of
Mrs. Alan D. Goldsmith - to Charlotte Stein, national the Wolverine State," and a
president of Pioneer
(Rena Harold), 19519 Cran-
team from the American
brook Dr., a son, Elon Women, founders and spon- Cancer Society will give an
sors
of
the
school.
Joshua.
illustrated lecture on breast
* * *
One hundred American cancer.
youngsters 12-16 will join
Feb. 27 — To Mr. and
For information, call Syl-
with regular students of via
Mrs. Ricky M. Erlich (Karen
545-1108, or
Kanot as well as with other Betty Bruch,
Yagoda), 16209 Templar
Weinberg, 559-5175.
Israeli children in a camp The
Cir., Southfield, a son, Mi-
public is invited without
program which will com- charge.
chael Shawn.
* * *
bine sports, Hebrew, cul-
* * *
tural programs as well as
Feb. 26 — To. Mr. and
PEOPLE WITHOUT
daily work on the land. A PARTNERS of the Jewish
Mrs. Howard D. Winkler
10-day tour of Israel is in- Community Center will
(Karen Wiener), 27281 Hy-
cluded. In addition there is a meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday in
stone, Farmington, a daugh-
special program for Bar the home of Bea Braun,
ter, Deborah Susan.
* * *
Mitzva.
27000 Franklin, Southfield.
Feb. 19 — To Mr. and
Eliahu Tzur, director of There will be a discussion on
Mrs. Sheldon. Dworkin
Kanot, said in addition to its
(Sharon Stone), 24361 Ken-
general courses; Kanot has Redemption
osha, Oak Park, a son, Jason
an academic curriculum
The content of Judaism,
Alan.
which prepares graduates the substance of the Jewish
* * *
for matriculation at a uni- national idea, the meaning
Feb. 18 — To Mr. and
versity.
of Jewish culture reside in
Mrs. Leigh Burstein (Nan-c
For information, write the social-revolutionary cri-
Davis of Southfield), of Mil-
the National Office of Pi- tique and hope, of which
waukee, Wis., a daughter,
oneer Women, 315 Fifth Jews are the historic an-
Caroline.
* * *
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016. nouncers, in the tidings of
redemption, which the Jew-
Feb. 15 — To Mr. aid
ish people brings to man-
Mrs. Martin J. Abraham
kind. This the highest, the
(Anita Gould of Detroit), of
Cream Cheese
first and last, justification
Mayfield Heights, Ohio, a
of Jewish nationalism, of
daughter, Halye Alissa.
Matza Treat
* * *
the separate existence of the
Jewish people.
Feb. 11 — To Mr. and
—Dr. Nahum Syrkin
Philadelphia
Mrs. Mark Morganroth
Brand
(Nancy Schreidell), 6715
Cream Cheese makes a
Alderley Way, West Bloom-
great treat when spread on
Yes, we have
field, a daughter, Robin
Passover matza or it can be
Lynn.
used in making appetizers 4( DRESSES — DRESSES
of tangy dips spread on .41 Long and Short
matza. Some ideas worth 41 For Pre-Teens & Juniors
Regional Rally
trying are:
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Pre-Teen Group
Plans Museum Trip

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WORLD

Women Sponsor
Israel Program
for Teenagers

Friday, March 14, 1975 53

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At

Pickled Herring and
Cream Cheese Spread

Drain one 8-ounce jar
pickled herring or herring in
wine sauce. Bone pickled
herring. Chop the Herring
plus the onions from the jar.
Blend with one 8-ounce
package Philadelphia Brand
Cream Cheese. Chill. Spread
on pieces of matza and
serve.
* * *
Crunchy Spread
Blend 4 ounces of sof-
tened Philadelphia Brand
Cream Cheese with 1/4 cup
blanched, chopped almonds
and 1 tablespoon chopped
green pepper. Spread on
bite sized pieces of matza.

• * *
Garlic—
Cheese Spread

Combine 8 ounces Phila-
delphia Brand Cream
Cheese with 1/4 cup mayon-
naise and 'A teaspoon garlic
powder. Chill. Spread on
pieces of matza; add gar-
nish.

Bnai David Macabee Jun-

Hashachar to Meet

ior Youth Group will roller
skate March 23 at the
Northland Roller Rink. The
group will meet 2 p.m. at
the synagogue.
Children, age 8-12, are
invited, and there is a
charge. For reservations, by
Monday, call Lisa Budyk,
secretary, 557-3562.

Hashachar, the Hadas-
sah-sponsored Zionist youth
organization, will have a
meeting for 4th-8th graders
2 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish
Community Center's 10
Mile branch. For informa-
tion, call Hadassah House,
BR 3-5441.

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