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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

- 52 Friday, March 30,1979

Youth News

Births

I

March 21 — To Mr. and
Mrs. John Jacobs (Gilda_
Zalenko), 8353 Hendrie,
Huntington Woods, - a
daughter,-Jessica Erin.
* * *
March 21 To Mr. and

Youth Campaign

Mrs. Jeffrey Feldman
(Kathy Dreyfus), 26244
Cornwall Ct., Southfield, a
son, Chad Harris.
* * *
March 20 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Beattie (Barbara
Lynne Weitz), former De-
troiters of Euclid, Ohio, a
daughter, Melissa Anne.
* * *

SCRANTON, Pa. (JTA)
— A campaign to persuade
March 20 — To Mr. and
young adults who have
Mrs. Robert N. Bader (Toni
moved from the area for
Reisman), former De-
lack of jobs to return to
- troiters of Indianapolis,
Scranton has been started
Joshua Phillip.
by the Scranton, Ind., a son, - * * *
Lackawanna Jewish Coun-
March 7 — To Dr. and
cil.
Mrs. Gary Docks (Zaneta
Rott) of Oak Park, a son,
RABBI DR. LEO
Adam Matthew.
* * *
To Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Expert Mohel
Telmer (Ruth Operman) of
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Bloomfield Hills, a son, Seth
LI 2-4444
547-8555
Bradley.

GOLDMAN

-

Visiting Israel
Doctor to Speak

Cantor Sidney

RUBE

Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544'

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Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM
MOHEL

Certified

Serving Homes 8 'Hospitals

399-7194

REV. HERSHL

ROTH-

Certified Mabel

557-0888

557-7629

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH•

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

557-9666

Dr. Shimon Walter
Moses, visiting scientist-
pediatrician at the National
Institute of Child Health
and Human Development,
will address - a gathering of
physicians noon Wednesday
at Northland Inn, under the
auspices of HistadrUt.
Chairman of pediatrics at
the Saroka Medical Center
in Beersheba, Israel, and
professor of pediatrics, Dr.
Moses has been affiliated
with the chief scientist's
office in the Ministry of
Health.
Dr. Moses will speak on
"Israeli Medicine's Contri-
bution to Medical Re-
search."
Physicians who wish to
attend should call the His-
tadrut office, 851-0606, for
reservations.

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SHALOM
ADAT
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will have Shabat
morning services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
The groups also will meet
for a mystery social 1:30
p.m. Sunday in the youth
lounge. There is a charge.
For reservations, contact
Ruth Indenbaum, adviser,
626-0813, or the youth de-
partment, 851-5100.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) will conduct
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
Migdal Tzion (ninth -
12th grades) will send an
18-member delegation to
the Central Region United
Synagogue Youth Regional
Convention today through
Sunday in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The youth group members
will participate in a
weekend of : prayer, study
and the election of the new
regional offiCers. Accom-
panying the group are
Debby Vieder, adviser, and
Cheryl - Kovsky, youth di-
rector.
Migdal Tzion's basket-
ball team, the Ariot, will
play Temple Israel 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the main
Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Spectators are wel-
come.
For information about
youth activities contact the
youth department, 851•
5100.
* * *
AKIVA HEBREW DAY
SCHOOL students won 10
gold keys, 20 honorable
mentions and seven corn-
mendations in various
categc ries of the Southeast-
ern Michigan Scholastic
g Award's program
sponsor ed by the Detroit
News.
Following are the stu-
dents awarded gold keys,
the highest award:

Open Category — Junior Di-
vision: Nader Fayazi, Joseph
Kowalski, Gabe Levi and Shani
Schreiber.
Letters: Joseph Kowalski,
Gayle Selesny and Shira Teller.
Also Poetry—Junior Division:
Debbie Schwartz; article —
Junior Division: Shani
Schreiber; article — Senior Di-
vision: Zoe Levin.

Students winning honor-
able mention include:

Short Story — Senior Division:
Cheryl Ruth Snow; article —
Senior Division: Zoe Levin (five
articles), Annette Ryba (four ar-
ticles), Cheryl Ruth Snow (two
articles) and Donna Zwas (one
article).
Poetry — Junior Division:
Reva Katz; article — Junior Di-
vision: Gayle Selesny; letter —
Junior Division: Ira Finkelstein,
Sheri Greenspan, Kelly Rogers
and Debbie Schwartz; autobiog-
raphical article — Junior Di-
vision: Deena Schramm.

Recipients receiving
commendations include:

Humor — Senior Division:
Aryeh Koenigsberg; short story
— Junior Division: Debbie
Schwartz; letter — Junior Di-
vision: Tamar Broner, Joe
Greenbaum, Diane Sabbota,
Deena Schramm and Bryan
Simkovitz.

In addition, three of Aki-
va's entries have been for-
warded to the National
Scholastic Writing Awards
Program, conducted by
Scholastic Magazines.
These entries are being
considered for honorable
mention in the National

dance 8 p.m. Saturday at WP
Rabbi Morton Yolkut will
Scholastic Contest and for
Southfield-Lathrup
High
possible publication in the present awards during serv-
School. Entertainment will
ices in the main sanctuary
Scholastic Magazine:
be provided by "Big Foot"
Zoe Levin's article,. "A to members of junior con-
and free refreshments will
Critical Analysis of gregation who attend
be available. There is a
Madame Bovary"; Annette weekly Shabat youth serv-
charge. All Jewish teens are
Ryba's analysis of E.E. ices. Newest members to be
invited.
Cummings' . "A Leaf Fal- cited include: Abby
The Great Lakes AZA
ling"; Aryeh Koenigsberg's Bachaiov, Sheri Bachaiov,
and
BBG Councils an-
article, "A Hard Day's Daniel Berkove, Lisa Dis-
Work"; and Shani ner, Ronald Erman, Mari- nounce the selection of
Schreiber's article, "The lyn Feldman, Julie Green, regional coordinators for „.
the forthcoming District 6
Day My Brother Was Born." David Herman, Julie Keys,
Convention to be held June
* * * •
Steve Levitt, Mike Menczer,
21-25 at Schwartz's ReSort
Lahav
Esther
Serour,
Helayne
BETH ACHIM
in Elkhart Lake, Wis. Cho-
United Synagogue Youth Shaw, Danny Shere and
a..0
sen by the AZA board w
will send a delegation to the Aleeza Strubel.
Marc
Mege,
Rose
AZA,
Children
in
grades
three
annual Central Region
chosen for BBG was San.
United Synagogue Conven- to six will attend the Shrine
-o
tion today in Cincinnati, Circus on Sunday, meeting Litt, Brice BBG.
The
AZA
Council
will
Ohio, where officers for the 1 p.m. at the youth lounge.
NI
region will be elected. The Friends are invited, and hold its next meeting 7 p.m.
Monday at the BBYO office.
delegation consists of there is a charge for tickets.
Michael Burlant, Cindy Free tickets will be provided The BBG Council will hold •-0
its next meeting 7 p.m.
Cantor, Susan Friedman, to persons who have
Thursday at the BBYO
Bobby Goldsmith, Debbie attended junior congrega-
office.
Fink, Lillian Katz, Liz tion Shabat youth services.
HERZL AZA, Windsor,
Kripke, David Mintz, Ilene For reservations, contact
Mitz, Jill Rich and Brenda youth leaders Debi Chinsky will celebrate its 50th an-
Rosenthal. Harris, 967-0735, or niversary April 7-8' At 9
Bnai Mazal, grades four Marsha Katz, 968-7260, a.m. April 7, services will be
held in honor of the an-
and five, and Kadima, evenings.
Talit and Tefilin Club niversary at Shaar Hash-
grades six and seven, will
omayim Synagogue in
have a Pesach workshop, 1 will sponsor a parent-
p.m. Sunday in the teen breakfast and bowl .Windsor. At 8:30 p.m. April
synagogue. They will learn 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the 7, a cocktail reception and
to make-haroset, and create small chapel. Teens _ age dance will be held for all
Herzl members and alumni
other projects for the holi- 13 to 17 are invited to
day. For information, call attend alone or with any at the synagogue. A-reunion
Shelly Konheim, Kadima adult. Breakfast will be brunch will be held 10 a.m.
adviser, 642-4294; Judy served, followed by bowl- April 8 for all members and
Goldis, Bnai Mazal adviser, ing at Plum Hollow lanes Herzl. alumni at the
626-1181; or Colman Re- in Southfield. Trophies Windsor Jewish Commu-
aboi, -569-0095; and Judy also will be awarded. For nity Centre.
The AZA Council Bas-
information,-_ contact
Schlussel, 642-4124.
The young adult services, group leader Alan Hur- ketball League will meet 2
p.m. Sunday at the Windsor
grades eight-12, will not be vitz, 557-0822, evenings.
held this week, due to Atid senior youth group Jewish Community Centre.
regional convention. Junior will hold an evening Current standings show
congregation will meet in -hayride and cook-out Sun- Kishon AZA with a 5-2 re-
the Hebrew school wing, day at Roy's Ranch for all cord atop. Division 1 and
and the children's service teens in grades nine to 12, Herzl AZA, Windsor, lead, Imo
will meet 10 a.m. in the meeting 6 -p.m. at the youth ing Division 2 with a 6-0 re-
p l
lounge. There is a charge, cord.
board room.
Pledge sheets for the si
* * *
and friends are invited. For
BETH SHALOM junior reservations,
contact forthcoming BBYO "Peace
congregation will have a president Diane Shaw, Walk for Israel" have been
luncheon Saturday, follow- 967-4415, or adviser distributed to all registered
AZA and BBG members.
ing Shabat morning serv- Hartley Harris, 967-0735.
ices. Families of all partici-
For information on youth Anyone else wishing to
pants are invited.
activities at Bnai David, walk and desiring a pledge
A program is being contact the synagogue sheet, should call the BBYO
planned by the students youth-line, 557-8325 or office, 354-6113.
which will be presented 557-8211. * * *
Nut Torte Uses
prior to the luncheon. It will
DAY Domino Sugar
HILLEL
include songs, story SCHOOL students will
dramatization and poems prepare for Passover by
At the end of the Seder,
that relate to the synagogue conducting model Sedorim serve this easy-to-bake .01
and the Shabat morning Monday and Tuesday at the torte made with Domino
4
services.
Sugar. Be sure to have
school.
At the luncheon, the
Kindergarten students plenty of Domino Sugar on
kindergarten, first and will conduct their Seder at hand to fill the sugar bowl
second grade group will
...4
10 a.m. Monday, while the too.
NUT TORTE
lead the motzi. The first graders will hold theirs
6
eggs,
separated
kidush will be led by the at 1 p.m.
1 1 /3 cups Domino Granulated
third and fourth graders.
Second, third and fourth Sugar
At the conclusion of- the - graders will have a corn- 1/4 cup water
meal, the birkat hamazon bined Seder_ 10 a.m. Tues- 11/2 tsps. grated lemon ri
,4„.. 4
will be recited by the fifth day, and the fifth and sixth 3 tbsps. lemon juice
will sixth grade group.
1/2
cup
cake
meal,
unsift
graders will hold theirs at 1/2 cup potato starch, unsifted • .-
The plans for the lunch-- 1:30 p.m.
1/4 tsp. salt
eon have been arranged by
.
All of the Seders will be
..im
Janice Dror, Alicia Nelson, complete with the custom- 1 cup chopped walnuts
Beat egg yolks slightly;
Yaffa Shevach, Eleanor ary prayers and 'songs. The gradually beat in the sugar
Smith and Marcia Wagner.
until mixture is light and fluffy.
Hille 1 . . Parent-Teacher
.
The school board is sponsor- Org anization
is furnishing Add water, lemon rind, and
ing the luncheon, which
lemon juice; beat thoroughly.
honors the participants of the traditional Passover Gradually, mix in cake meal
the junior congregation and foods. The public is invited
potato starch. Beat egg *
to attend. For information, and
whites with salt until stiff but
their families.
call
the
school,
851-2394.
* * *
not dry. Fold chopped nuts
* * *
and beaten egg whites into the
BNAI DAVID Junior
batter gently but thoroughly. 4
Congregation groups will
Pour into an ungreased 9-inch
sponsor a Shabat youth
tube pan. Bake at 325 degrees 4.0
.
.
luncheon for all young
11/4 - hours or until cake springs
people age four-14, follow-
back when touched lightly. In- , ii
will
sponsor
ROSE AZA
veil pan and cool thoroughly
ing 10 a.m. services Satur-
its fourth annual spring before removing cake.
day. Admission is free:-

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