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February 20, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-20

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38 Friday, February 20, 1981

Yemen Releases
espy for Israel

'

WASHINGTON — An
American citizen, one of
seven held in prison for
more than a year in the
Yemen Arab Republic as a
U.S. spy, told reporters this
week that after being tor-
tured for a month he fraudu-
lently confessed to being a
spy for Israel.
DuWayne Terrell said
seven Yemenis, including
three Jews, were also held
in a "spy plot."
Terrell had worked in Is-
rael for four years and was
arrested while visiting the
grave of Salaam Shabazzi, a
Yemenite Jew who became
a popular folklorist and poet
in Israel.

Stars are the Scriptures of
the skies.

THE DETROIT- JEWISH NEWS

.

Maimonides Women to Get
Honor From Hebrew Univ.

The Women's Auxiliary
to the Maimonides Medical
Society will be honored for
its scholarship aid by the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem with the pre-
sentation of a framed scroll
noon March 31 at the Shera-
ton Southfield Hotel.
The presentation will be
made at a luncheon and af-
ternoon of fashion.
President Mrs. Alfred
Kreindler will accept the
scroll on behalf of the
women's organization.
After 31 years, the
women's group has raised
more than $80,500 for its Is-
rael medical scholarship
fund. A similar loan fund
has been maintained by the

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auxiliary since 1949 and
has aided 130 men and
women in Michigan schools
of medicine and osteopathy.
The auxiliary's goal is
to place the scroll on the
Wall of Life at the Mt.
Scopus campus of the
university, announces
Mrs. Michael Levin,
scholarship chairman.
For tickets, call Mrs. Ste-
ven Klein, overall chair-
man, 851-7008.

Hamantashen

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

eggs
1 cup oil

3

2 tsps. baking powder
1 cup sugar
1 /2 cup cold water
1/2 cup orange juice
31/2-5 cups flour
Combine all the ingredients
using enough flour to make a
soft dough. Let it stand for 20
minutes. Divide dough into 3
balls. Roll on a floured board
with a floured rolling pin. If
dough is sticky, knead in a
little more flour. Dough should
be about 1/4 inch thick. Cut into
circles form 3 to 5 inches de-
pending on the size haman-
tash you want. Place a spoon-
ful of filling in the center of
each circle. Bring edges to-
gether to form a triangle. Bake
on a lightly greased cookie
sheet at 350 degrees for 25
minutes or until done.
FILLING
1 /2 lb. ground walnuts
8 oz. honey
1 /4 cup sugar
1 tsp. lemon juice
Combine all ingredients and
bring to a boil, stirring con-
stantly. Boil for 3 minutes. Let
cool before using.

Cancer ,Society
Benefit Planned

Local country and west-
ern bands will be the attrac-
tion at a benefit for the
American Cancer Society 2
*p.m.-midnight Sunday at
Phoenix City, Berkley. For
ticket information, call the
American Cancer Society,
557-5353.

Women's Clubs

ISRAEL CHAPTER, and Norbert Reinstein. Ad-
Pioneer Women, will meet vance paid reservations are
12:30 p.m. Saturday in the required for lunch. Admis-
Kristen Towers, 25900 sion to the 1:15 p.m. lecture
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak is free. Free babysitting is
Park. Dr. Luba Berton, available.
coordinator of the Russian
* * *
acculturation program at
BNAI DAVID SIS-
the Jewish Community
Center, will be guest TERHOOD will hold a
speaker. Dr. Berton will luncheon-meeting noon
speak on "Light on the Life Monday in the synagogue.
of the Soviet Jew in Russia Alan Herbach, assistant di-
and Resettlement Here." A rector of the Jewish Na-
social hour will precede the tional Fund office in De-
meeting. Co-hostesses are: troit, will present a slide
Anne Elgot, Bessie Axelrod presentation entitled, "So
and Dorothy Fineberg. Bold the Challenge." There
Guests and friends are in- is a nominal charge. For
reservations or informa-
vited.
* * *
tion, contact Norma Gealer,
BETH
ACHIM program vice president,
SISTERHOOD will meet 557-2516; Irene Light,
12:30 p.m. Monday in the president, 545-0913; or the
youth lounge, announces synagogue office, 557-8210.
* * *
Judy Philips, president.
Deena Pearlman of the
YOUNG ISRAEL SIS-
Anti-Defamation League of TERHOOD will hold its
Bnai Brith, will speak on annual L'maan Hayeled
"Anti-Semitism: The Rise of evening 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
Klan and Nazi Activities in day at Young Israel of Oak-
the U.S." Petite luncheon Woods. Dinner will be
will be served. The public served. Hadassah Prero will
and guests are invited at a report on Young Israel of
nominal charge.
Katamon Tet in Jerusalem.
* * *
Raiza Kosakov will render
OAK PARK NSHEI piano selections. Admission
CHABAD STUDY is by a filled canister or do-
GROUP (10 Mile area) will nation. Proceeds will bene-
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the fit the L'maan Hayeled
home of Mrs. Abraham Children's Home in Israel.
Zentman, 24721 Radclift. For information, call
Rabbi Zentman will speak. chairmen Bessie Mittel-
The Nine Mile area group
will not meet.

* * *

BNAI
MOSHE
SISTERHOOD will have
its next "Lunch and Learn"
program Saturday, follow-
ing services and kidush.
Adult Education Chairman
Dr. Margaret Eichner an-
nounces the topic for the day
is "Jewish Educational In-
stitutions of Detroit." Panel
participants include
Pearlena Bodzin, Mark
Eichner, Larry Horowitz

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FREE
PHOTO-PAC
NIGHT

Wednesday, February 25th
at 7:30 p.m.

Red Wings vs. St. Louis Blues

Everyone attending the game will receive
a 6x8 color picture of each of the Red Wing
players compliments of Anheuser Busch and the
Detroit Red Wings.

Alls omme ssomom measan ionomme ssemmomem sommos somm osnesen summem meissoommI

man, 557-5234; or Elsie
Simkovitz, 541-8945.
* * *
GREATER DETROIT
CHAPTER, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's
Committee, is seeking all
types of books for its used
book sale in the fall. Books
can be dropped off at the
book depot, 1600 S. Wood-
ward, Royal Oak or call the
Brandeis office, DI 1-2461.

* * *

BLOOMFIELD HILL
AND DEBORAH
GROUPS, Hadassah, will
join to see a multi-media
presentation, "The Best of
Sholem Aleichem," noon
March 3 at the Bloomfield
Township Public Library.
Barbara Klein will present
the program.
The Bloomfield Hills
Group's next, fund raising
will be a sale of greeting
cards and stationery
created by Akiva Robinson.

* * *

SHOSHANIM AND
HA-OMER CHAPTERS,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
joint meeting 7:30 p.m.
Monday in the home of Jac-
kye Drapkin, 28741 Sunset,
Lathrup Village. Linda
Shulman will speak on
"Stress and Relaxation."
Guests are welcome. For de-
tails, call Marsha Cohen,
968-2298; or Judy Zeltzer,
661-5541.

Citizen Advocates for Youth
Project Initiated by NCJW

The Oakland County
Probate Court, Juvenile Di-
vision, and the Greater De-
troit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women,
have developed a pilot proj-
ect aimed at assuring the
development and im-
plementation of permanent
life plans for all court re-
tained permanent wards.
The project recruits,
trains and match-assigns
NCJW volunteers to act as
advocates for youth within
the target population.
Last spring, 25 NCJW
volunteers received train-
ing in court procedures,
juvenile law and the special
problems of foster children.
Following the training,
teams of two volunteers
each were assigned a per-
manent ward case. The vol-
unteers are currently acting
as citizen advocates for the
children assigned to them
and have been appointed
CASA — court appointed
special advocates.
Currently, other CASA
programs are in opera-
tion in Jacksonville, Fla.,
St. Louis, Mo.; Greater
Dallas, Tex.; and in the
developmental stage, in
Worcester, Mass., and
Greater Harrisburg, Pa.
Detroit area women who
have completed .training
and are participating in the
CASA project are:

Susan Alterman, Lynn Star-
man, Clara Cohen, Rosalie Dean,
Lois Granader, Shirley Lowent-
hal, Sarah Schiff, Marilyn Sobel,
Anita Sudakin, Rochelle Blum,
Lois Fishman, Beverly Hutton,
Shirley Willens, Marilyn Hos-
.

kow, Jacqueline Levy, Linda
Merkle, Barbara Zeitlin, Janice
Cutler, Joyce Sosin, Myra
Goodman, Joy Nachman and
Hermine Silver.

NCJW members respon-
sible for assisting in the de-
velopment and coordination
of the ongoing program are:
Stephanie Keywell, Mar-
lene Schwartz, program co-
chairmen; Carol Bloom,
vice president of public af-
fairs; Sonia Macey, execu-
tive vice president; Barbara
Cook, attorney; and Peggy
Frank.

ADL Urges Probe
of Historical Unit

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith has
urged University of
California president David
Saxon to "carefully
scrutinize the educational
purposes of the Institute for
Historical Review" before
allowing it to use the uni
versity's Arrowhead C'
ference Center for its this
annual meeting in Novem-
ber.
The ADL has charged
that the Institute for Histor-
ical Review (IHR) was
created by the ultra-
rightwing Liberty Lobby in
1979 "to disseminate as
widely as possible the
obscenity that there was no
Holocaust and that the
Nazis in Europe did not sys-
tematically search out and
murder six million Jewish
men, women and children
solely because they were
Jews."

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