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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-10

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44 Friday, March 10, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aged Get Kosher
Meals at Centers

Births

To Mr. and
Feb. 24
March 2 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Michael S. Frank Mrs. Maurice Herskovic
(Leigh
Summers),
27225
(Sara B. Newman) of South-
field, a daughter, Amy Harvard, Southfield, twin
sons, Aaron Jeffrey and
Carolyn.
* * *
David Bryan.
* * *
Feb. 27 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Feb. 16 — To Mr. and
Barry Lesnick (Sharon
Goldstein) of Southfield, a Mrs. Benson Barr (Susan
Newman), 23461 Clover-
daughter, Marla Rebecca.
* * *
lawn, Oak Park, a son,
Feb. 27 — To former De- Kenneth Charles.
* * *
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
Feb. 11 —To Dr. and Mrs.
don B. Greenblatt (Roberta
H.
Jay
Zeskind
(Sandy
Rosner) of Grand Rapids, a
Hirsch), 3654 Ridgeland
daughter, Leah Renee.
* *
Rd., West Bloomfield, a
Ann.
Feb. 26 — To Mr. and daughter, * Stephanie
*
Mrs. Daniel Miller (Kathy
Canvasser) of Troy, a son, Baby Continues
Samuel Adam.
* * *
Family Tradition
Feb. 26 — To Mr. and
Samuel Todd Levine,
Mrs. Alan Margolin (Linda born at Sinai Hospital of
Cessna), 26512 Summer- Detroit on Feb. 28, won't let
dale Dr., Southfield, a his mother or his grand-
daughter, Ashley C.
mother forget their birth-
*
*
days.
Feb. 26 — To Mr. and
His mother, Mrs. Paul
Mrs. H. Leslie Baron (Gail (Helen) Levine of Brighton,
Ketchel), 3169 Winchester, was born on Feb. 28, 24
West Bloomfield, a daugh- years ago and her mother,
ter, Lori Michelle.
Mrs. Regina Burdowski,
was born on that same date
50 years ago.
RABBI DR. LEO
Samuel Todd was born six
days prior to his projected
due date. "Although he
Expert Mohel
wasn't expected until
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March 5, he sure was a won-
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derful birthday present,"
his mother said.

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
More than 15 Jewish com-
munity centers affiliated
with the JWB serve hot
kosher meals to the elderly
on a regular basis under
Title VII of the Older
Americans Act.
A JWB spokesman said
that more than 3,000 el-
derly Jews are served by the
centers and that, in all
cases, the meals are part of a
program of socialization
which includes cultural and
recreational activities.

Jews Take Issue
With Boycott

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
The Center for Information
and Documentation on Is-
rael (CIDI) which is fi-
nanced by Jewish organiza-
tions and individuals in
Holland and by the Jewish
Agency, has been accused of
opportunism by Jewish cir-
cles here in its recent publi-
cation of a "Black Book" on
the Arab boycott of Israel.
The tract, written by
CIDI aide, Ronny Naftaniel,
sharply criticized Dutch
firms for alleged compliance
with Arab boycott demands
and charged the The
Netherlands government
was lax in enforcing anti-
boycott measures.
But Jewish circles say
that while the charges are
true, the CIDI publication is
being Used opportunisti-
Hijack Stopper
cally as a political weapon of
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The the left-wing oppostion
newspaper Haaretz re- against the governing coali-
ported that there have been tion of Liberals and Christ-
426 civilian aircraft hijack- ian Democrats.
The circles noted that
ings since the 1967 Six-Day
War. The paper quoted El Arab boycott practices
went
unopposed for
Al pilots who said that 99
percent of the hijackings years while the Labor-
controlled
government
could be prevented if El Al
security methods were used held office without left-
wing
parliamentarians
by other airlines.
raising any questions
In Oregon a dead juror with the government. The
questions suddenly
cannot serve on a jury. -
came, they said, as soon
as the CIDI charges were
The
published.
CIDI has been turning to
left-wing parties for support
of Israel. But in view of the
ORCHESTRA
current controversy, the
Featuring
Netherlands Zionist Feder-
T.V. & Recording Artist
ation is expected to ask the
CARROLL
VICKIE
Jewish
Agency to reduce its
"Preer
Enterteinwent -
emelon
financial subsidy to the
155-1599
- 354-8718
group.

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You th News

BNAI DAVID youth will
sponsor a family Purim car-
nival 11:30 a.m. March 19
at the synagogue. Games,
cartoon shows and clown
acts will highlight the af-
ternoon. Children in the
youth groups wishing to
help run game booths
should contact their youth
leader in advance.
A family night at the Ice
Capades will be held Wed-
nesday, meeting 6:15 p.m.
in the synagogue youth
lounge. Bus transportation
will be provided. For infor-
mation or tickets, contact a
youth leader.
Talit and Tefilin Club
members and friends will
gather 3 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue to attend a De-
troit Red Wing hockey
game. Tickets must be re-
served in advance by con-
tacting adviser Alan Hur-
witz, 557-0821. The group
will meet Rabbi Morton
Yolkut for regular services
9 a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. Teens age 13-17
are invited.
Atid senior youth
group (grades nine-12)
will attend a weekend
Shabaton, sponsored by
the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth,
meeting 4 p.m. today at
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods. Cultural and so-
cial activities will round
out the weekend. For in-
formation, contact ad-
viser Hartley Harris,
967-0735.
Atid b isketball team will
play its final game of the
regular season in the inter-
congregational basketball
league Sunday, meeting
4:15 p.m. at the synagogue.
Friends are invited. A din-
ner and dance will follow.
For information, contact
adviser Harris, or president
Steve Dines, 557-1977.
Ruach (grades three-four)
will go rollerskating on
Sunday, meeting 1:30 p.m.
at the youth lounge. Pa-
rents are needed to drive.
For reservations, contact
adviser Deni Warsaw, 352-
3632.

Blast Victims
Aided by MDA

JERUSALEM — Within
minutes of the recent mid-
February terrorist bomb at-
tack of a bus travelling
through a residential sec-
tion of Jerusalem, the local
Magen David Adom station
was on full alert and dis-
patched nine ambulances,
two mobile cardiac inten-
sive care units manned by
doctors, medics and ambu-
lance drivers to rescue the
bomb blast victims.
Some ambulance crews
administered on-the-spot
first aid, others assisted by
the Israel police transported
43 casualties to Jerusalem's
Shaare Zedek Hospital.
Chaim Vigolik, director
of the Magen David Adom
Jerusalem Station stated
that this was the second
mass alert in just over 100
hours following a series of
traffic accidents in the
Jerusalem area.

invited. Adviser Marl
Eichner will lead the grout
in prayers, stories and dis
cussions. Kidush will fol
low.
Story Hour will meet
a.m. Saturday in ail
playroom. Children age 2-1
UNITED HEBREW
are invited to join advise:
SCHOOLS students are
Marilyn Freilich for Shaba
participating in the Keren
prayers, songs, stories
Ami program which teaches
them the meaning of games and refreshments
The children join the mail
tzedaka — charity.
congregation for kidush.
The Keren Ami Council
Senior Unitec
met recently to learn of the
Synagogue Youth grout
various agencies funded by
will
meet 10 a.m. Satur
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
day in the board room
tion's annual Allied Jewish
Campaign. Ellen Labes and Youth in grades nine-11
Judy Cantor have designed are invited to join advise]
a play, in which the children Sandy Silver, Presideni
participate, teaching the Nancy Ankerman anc
functions and services of the their group for services
led by Ron Demak anc
Federation agencies.
Michael Thirman. For in
Representatives of the
four elementary branches of formation, call Miss An
kerman,
546-5797, or Ms
UHS will take a tour of
Silver, 356-0604.
Borman Hall, led by Beth
Talit
and
Tefilin Club in
Jacobs, volunteer coor-
dinator at the residence. vites teens age 13-18 to ser
Participating are Jennifer vices, breakfast 8:30 a.m
Benjamin, Glen Sundays in the synagogue
Hirschberg, Andrew Lippa, with bowling to follow
Michael Nachman, Gayle There is a nominal charge
Ness, Adam Reubin• Jeff For information, call the
Roth, Allen Seiber, adviser, Burt Kideckel
Michelle ,,Shapiro, Douglas 968-9857, or the synagogue
Shulman, Allen Steivik and 548-9000.
For information about
Howard Weiner.
* * *
youth activities, call the di-
BETH SHALOM'S rector, Hanan Weizman
youth department has an- 626-2355.
* * *
nounced the new members
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
of its "perfect attenders"
United Synagogue Youth
club.
They are Marla Collins group will hear Henrie
and Amy Mickel, first and Bizelli 8 p.m. today in the
second grade; Michelle Aus- home of Ilene Mitz, 1424C
ter, Jodi Bickel, Dori Singer Northend, Oak Park, at an
and Steven A. Weiss, third oneg Shabat. Refreshments.
and fourth grade; Cindy will be served.
Lahav will visit the resi-
Bakst, Julie Finstein,
Karen Finstein, Felice dents of Borman Hall Sun.
Katzman, Sheryl Katzman, day, meeting 1:15 p.m. in
Shari Mickel and Kim Yel- the lobby of the sdnior citi
zens' residence.
len, fifth and sixth grade.
For information on th
Beth Shalom United group's activities, call Ilene
Synagogue Youth and 548-0947
Kadima will have a Purim
carnival 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
March 19 at the synagogue.
There will be games, prizes
NORMA BARACH
and luncheon. Everyone is
(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)
invited. On March 28, there
Purim is synonymou
will be set-up for the carni- with hamantashen. Ther
val. To volunteer, contact are various theories as
Lisa Goldstein at the their significance such
synagogue, 547-7970, or Haman's hat, his ears or h
Jay Schwartz.
pockets. Whatevell th
The Beth Shalom USY reason, they are a trea •
chapter presented the especially if you let yo
synagogue with a "Pi- children help you mak
dyon Ha-Ben" coin set in them. This dough does r
commemoration of the quire several hours to chil
synagogue's 25th an-
1,,-ep this in mind if yo
niversary. The set will be at .aking them with littl
available for use by ones.
Ya cup corn oil
families.
USY-Kadima services V. cup water
are held 10 a.m. Saturdays Vit cup sugar
in the daily chapel. David 2 eggs
Y. tsp. lemon extract
Medow and Chuck Pearls- 31/2
cups flour
tein are the religious vice 2 taps. baking powder
presidents. Everyone is in- cherry pie filling
vited. .
Mix together the oil, wat
For information regard- sugar, eggs and lemon extra
ing youth activities at Beth Then add baking powder a
contact Cantor flour. Mix well and refrigera
a
Sh lom,
Samuel Greenbaum, youth 4-6 hours. Divide dough In
Roll dough out on a flou
director, 547-7970.
board. Cut 2- or 3-Inch circl
* * *
Add about one tablespoon
BNAI MOSHE junior filling to each circle. Pin •
congregation will meet 10 corners together, drawing
a.m. Saturday in the chapel closed In a hamantash
for Shabat morning ser- shape. Bake for 20-25 min
vices. Children age 7-13 are at 350 degrees.

For information on the
youth program at Bnai
the
contact
David,
synagogue youth-line,
557-8325, or library, 557-
8211.

Cherry-Filled
Hamantashen
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