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March 13, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fund for Soldiers

GENEVA (JTA) — Mar-
tin Raber, a pro-Israel Swiss
army reserve officer, an-
nounced that as of last
month he has collected
40,000 Swiss Francs
($20,000) toward the
750,000 Francs needed to
build a club for Israeli
soldiers in Dimona.
He said the monies have
already been transferred to
the Vaad Lemaan Hachayal
(Committee for Israeli
Soldiers) in Israel and that
the collections will con-
tinue.

Kashrut Council Supervises SZ Women Observe First
Scout Cookies Manufacture Sisterhood Shabat Saturday

Rabbi Jack Goldman,
local administrator of the
Metropolitan Kashruth
Council of Michigan, an-
nounced that a series of
seven types of cookies, pro-
duced on behalf of the Girl
Scouts of America, were
being manufactured under
the council's rabbinical
supervision in cookie plants
in Battle Creek, Mich., and
Richmond,. Va. All of the
cookies are kosher, but
dairy.

LEARN CONVERSATIONAL YIDDISH at

i f- MWORKMEN'S CIRCLE's
ADULT YIDDISH CLASS

f

Tuesday Evenings 7-9

Starting March 24 for 6 Weeks

At Workmen's Circle Center
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park

for further information

call 545-0985

To All Our

Friends & Customers

Sincere Best Wishes

for a Happy,

Healthy and

FROM
MR. & MRS. WEISS - MR. & MRS. MERTZ
OWNERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Ask for Weekly Special
FOR PURIM

All kinds of Fruit Hamantashen
with Yeast Dough
or Cookie Dough

ZEMAN'SC

NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BEST!

NEW YORK BAKERIES

SERVING THE NORTHWEST SIDE FOR OVER 25 YEARS

30160 SOUrriFIELD RD. at 13 Mile
25258 GREENFIELD RD.

(IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER)

At the same time, Rabbi
Goldman announced that
the Holland Honey Cake
Co. of Holland, Mich. will
shortly be coming out
with a pound cake. This,
too, while kosher, will be
dairy.

Rabbi Goldman said Wes-
ley's Quaker Maid Ice
Cream Co. of Detroit plans
to have kosher ice creams as
their flavors for the month
for the next two months.
The special flavor for the
month of March is Mint
Chocolate Chip. The special
flavor for the month of April
will be Praline Pecan. Not
all ice cream or ice cream
products of Wesley's are
kosher, Rabbi Goldman
said, only those bearing the
seal of approval of the coun-
cil.

The Metropolitan Kas-
hruth Council is preparing
for the production of food
items that will be kosher for
Passover. As in the past, all
kosher for Passover items
under supervision of the
council will be sold at reg-
ular prices.

Reagan Budget
Cuts to Hit
Orthodox Hard

Peaceful
Purim

SHOP

The cookies include Old
Fashioned Oakmeal
cookies, Shortbread cookies,
Chocolate Mint, Peanut
Butter Pattie, Sumores,
Peanut Butter cookies and
Sandwich cookies.
These cookies are not sold
in stores; they are sold door
to door by Girl Scouts and
are used as a fund-raising
project by that organiza-
tion. All the cookies bear
either the emblem of the
Metropolitan Kashruth
Council (a letter "K" in a
shield) or simply the letter
"K". The girl Scout cookie
sale began today in the Met-
ropolitan Detroit area.

646-1159
OAK PARK

967-3905

`CHALA' is taken from everything that is baked - Under the
supervision of the COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF
GREATER DETROIT by the. Mashgiach RABBI 1SAK SILVER
and strictly supervised by Mr Weiss and Mr. Mertz (owners)

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Orthodox Jewish com-
munity, because it is largely
a "lower working and mid-
dle class" group, will suffer
proportionally more than
other communities as a re-
sult of President Reagan's
proposed budget cuts, ac-
cording to a study by
Agudath Israel of America.
The study by Agudath Is-
rael's Office of Government
and Public Affairs, directed
by Rabbi Menahem
Lubinsky, while noting "it
is difficult not to support the
motivation behind the
President's budget cutting
of some $50 billion in the
1982 fiscal year, said the
proposed cuts would have a
"devastating impact" on the
Orthodox Jewish commu-
nity.

Retarded Focus
of Services

Mental
Retardation
Sabbath/Sunday will be ob-
served in churches and
synagogues Saturday and
Sunday in conjunction with
the awareness program of
the Association for Re-
tarded Citizens.

Shaarey Zedek Sister-
hood will observe the
synagogue's first Sisterhood
Sabbath Saturday. The oc-
casion will mark the 75th
birthday of the sisterhood.
Participating in the serv-
ice, arranged by the sister-
hood ritual committee and
Rabbi Irwin Groner, are:
Messrs. and Mesdames
Robert (Carmen) Bieder-
man, George (Joyce) Blum,
Richard (Gayle) Burstein,
Marvin (Helene) Cherrin,
Sidney (Beth) Feldman,
Abe (Bea) Katzman, James
(Ellen) Labes, Alan (Sandy)
Schwartz and Saul (Mar-
jorie) Saulson; and David
Hermelin , Sharon
Hockman, Erwin Kornwise
and Alvin Robinson.
The Sisterhood Chorale,
under the direction of Can-
tor Chaim Najman, also will
participate. Members of the
chorale are: Doris August,
Ann Baruch, Vivian Be-

Schools React
to Vandalism

LOS ANGELES — The
board of education of the Los
Angeles public schools has
ordered that Nazi atrocities
committed against Jews
during World War II be
studied in Los Angeles
schools.
The board said the action
was a response to a recent
outbreak of anti-Semitic
vandalism in the Los
Angeles area.

resh, Judy Cantor, Helene
Cherrin, Betty Fishman,
Phyllis Friedman, Rita
Frumin, Helen Goodstein,
Leypsa Groner, Joan
Jacobs, Sue Kaufman, Mar-
ion Klein, Drora Kleinplatz,
Millie Kovan, Geri Levit,
Gail Lutz, Rose Meskin,
Sherry Najman, Ruth
Podolsky, Marjorie Saulson,
Lama Shetzer, Roslyn
Shipko, Lucille Weisberg
and Leah Yura.

Friday, March 13, 1981

CASH

FOR YOUR ommonoss,
PRECIOUS JEWELS

R:za.K dall

50‘1.1.,

755 W.Big Beaver Rd.
(16 Mile of I-75)
Troy, Michigan
Phone:
I ; 313-362-4500

CONGREGATION
SHAAREY ZEDEK

27375 Bell Road, Southfield, MI

GALA PURIM CELEBRATION

SUNDAY NIGHT, MARCH 15th, 1981

Megillah Reading
Thurs., March 19th,
7-8:30 p.m.
• Costume Parade
• Purim Carnival

• Shalach Monot will be
distributed after Megillah
Reading featuring "The
Masked Puppet Theater"

• Graggers
• Games
• Prizes
• Food
• Entertainment
• Music

Purim is the happiest time of the year and Shaarey
Zedek is the happiest place to celebrate Purim!

An Open Letter to Hillel Day School . .

Rabbi Robert Abramson
Headmaster, Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit
32200 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48018

Dear Rabbi Abramson,

I would like to thank all of you at Hillel Day School for
providing my three children with the excellent background
they needed to adjust so successfully to living in Israel. As
you know, we left for Israel this August, and enrolled our
children directly into the Israeli school system. I am proud to
tell you that after an adjustment period, they are progressing
beyond our belief. Last week their report cards reflected their
success; well above average reports, equivalent to B's and
A's.

We are thrilled with the success our children have achieved
living in Israel, both educationally and socially. Without the
Hebrew background you provided to them, their adjustment
would have not been so easy. It is gratifying for us to know
that the educational system we so strongly support at Hillel
has in fact contributed so heavily to our children's successful -
living in Israel.

Thank you very much from all of us and continued success in
educating our Jewish children.

S iace-p2 y ,

-

21

A scholar is not a robber,
and a robber is not a scholar.
—Talmud

f;-)? LA1

8urton Do Faudem, D.D.S.

BDF/gf

Yes, a good education does make a difference!



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