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April 17, 1981 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 11, 1981'

Sinai Staffers Study Russian
to Benefit Emigre Patients

FOR THE FINEST

P

T °GRA P H
H O WEDDINGS
Y

BAR MITZVAS

BERNIE

WINER

and ASSOCIATES

357-1010

A Russian-language class
is being held for the emer-
gency room staff at Sinai
Hospital of Detroit. A proj-
ect of Sinai Guild volun-
teers, the classes are held on
a weekly basis.
Communicating with
Russian patients is a must
at Sinai, where nearly 600

PASSOVER
GREETINGS

To You atx1
Your Family

from

Pace Meter Fashions

As you celebrate Passover
with your friends
and loved ones near,
may the joy
of this glad season
stay with you
all through the year.

7*

Alk IP •

Rochester • 652-2436
Livernois & Walton in the Campus
Corners Shopping Center
Lathrup Village • 424-8750
11 Mile Road & Evergreen
'West Bloomfield • 851-9660
in the Orchard Mall

Pace setter Fashions



Russian immigrants per
year are referred by the
Jewish Family Service. The
patients are usually seen on
a scheduled basis at the
hospital's Shiffman Clinic
where guild volunteer in-
terpreters are on hand to as-
sist them. When Russian
patients are admitted for
emergency care, however,
an interpreter isn't always
available.
Eleven nurses and one
physician are studying Rus-
sian. For those who have to
miss a class, tapes of each
session are available.
The classes are being
taught by Sinai Guild vol-
unteers Norval Slobin and
Miriam Wilson. Ms. Wilson
is a former Russian in-
structor at Wayne State
University. Their lesson
plans are guided by a list of
key terms and phrases most
often used when conversing
with ER patients.
As an additional aid, Slo-
bin made this list into a
permanent glossary for his
students to keep on hand
and use as a referral tool.

Numismatists
Plan to Gather

The Israel Numismatic
Society of Michigan, Inc.,
will meet 8 p.m. April 28 at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center, Room 13.
The meeting will feature
the film, "Man and His
Gold," narrated by Barry
Sullivan. Refreshments will
be served.

All the
people at Northland
wish you and
yours the best
for a
happy Passover.

NORTHLAND

Greenfield South of Nine Mile, Southfield

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim will hold Shabat
services 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in room 104.
Makor will have services
10:30 a.m. Saturday in room
105.
Garinim will hold Shabat
services in the small chapel
10:15 a.m. Saturday.
Shoresh will hold
Shabat services 10:15
a.m. Saturday in the
board room. Chapter
members will attend the
Cabaret Night 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the youth
lounge.
Migdal Tzion will hold
Shabat services 10:15 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
Migdal Tzion will sponsor a
Cabaret Movie Night 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the youth
lounge. The program will
feature the music of Max-
well, Fenney and Strauss.
There is a charge, and youth
in grades seven-12 are in-
vited. For information, con-
tact Jon Levy, 851-5263.

* * *

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' regular
Tuesday night drop-in will
be cancelled Tuesday for
Passover.
Dor Chadash will have a
gym and swim night 7-9:30
April 30 at the main Jewish
Community Center. The
group will meet at the Cen-
ter.
The evening will include
racquetball, swimming,
jogging, pinball and more.
Reservations are required
and there is a charge. For
reservations, call adviser
Sima Abramovitz, 356-
6282.
Junior congregation serv-
ices will not be held Satur-
day or April 25 due to
Passover.
* *
BETH ACHIM'S youth
services for Saturday have
been cancelled. Services'
will resume April 25. The
Nitzanim activities will
continue on Sunday. Matzot
and kosher-for-Passover re-
freshments will be served,
beginning at 10 a.m. in the
board room. Everyone is
welcome. Members of the
junior congregation are in-
vited to join the senior con-
gregation services.
Members of Kadimah and
sixth grade members of
Bnai Mazal are requested to
return their Camp
Tamarack applications this
week. The first 20 will be
eligible for the Tamarack
weekend May 1-3. Kosher
meals will be served. Call
Shelly Kieran, 399-3287; or
Bnai Mazal adviser Robin
Friedman, 642-8041, for de-
tails. The theme of the
weekend will be "The 10
Commandments and How
They Apply Today:" There
is a charge.
Lahav adviser Gary
Feinberg invites all United
Synagogue Youth members
to help build the Greater
Detroit USY float, which
will 'appear in the Israeli
Independence Day parade
May 10. Call Feinberg,
398-3149, or David Baruch,
642-0825, for location of the

float-building site, and
other details. All USY'ers
are welcome.

* * *

BNAI DAVID junior
congregation will not meet
Saturday. Services will re-
sume April 25.
Youth Shabat will be ob-
served May 9. Awards will
be given for consistent
attendance. Parents are
welcome.
Entries are still being ac-
cepted for the synagogue's
"Vote for Your Favorite
Shaina Punim" contest for
children age 4-16. Persons
who wish to enter should
mail in or bring in a baby
picture of themselves with
their name, age and phone
number on the back. Prizes
will be awarded.
Youth in grades six-
eight will go to Camp
Tamarack May 1-3 with
the Cong. Shaarey Zedek
and Cong. Beth Achim
groups. For reservations,
call Adam Gottlieb, ad-
viser, 352-2356; or Youth
Director Denise Cohen,
352-5438.
The Bnai David Bottle
Brigade fund raiser is con-
tinuing.
Youth will bowl in a

synagogue fund raiser May
3. Youth age 7-17 are in-
vited. Sponsor sheets are
available in the main office.
Persons with a minimum of
15 sponsors will bowl free.
Funds must be turned into
the office before June 1. For
details, call Ron Stearn,
967-4088; or Mrs. Cohen.
The youth department
and the synagogue will join
the communal Israel Inde-
pendence celebration May
10. Persons who wish to pa
ticipate should call Nan
Korn, adviser, 557-6481; or
Gottlieb.
Cantor Hyman Adler is
still accepting members for
the synagogue choir. In-
terested persons are asked
to meet in the synagogue at
7:30 p.m. Tuesdays.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE Talit and
Tefillin Club will not meet
on Sunday or April 26 be-
cause of Passover. The
group will resume on May 3.
United Synagogue Youth
Services, junior congrega-
tion, Story Hour and the
Shabat nursery program
will meet 10 a.m. Saturday.
Refreshments will be
served. Everyone is wel-
come.

BBYO Activities )

Al Jolson AZA swept the
title of the AZA Basketball
League with a 48-38 win
over Rose AZA. The cham-
pionship matching was set
up by semi-final wins of
Rose AZA over Beber AZA
and Jolson AZA over
Kishon AZA.
The -Avram "Bud" Char-
lip Memorial Trophy was
presented to Jolson AZA by
Maynard Kalef, represent-
ing the Charlip Memorial
Fund. Each member of the
winning team also received
an AZA basketballpedal as
well as league scoring
leader David Karp of Beber
AZA.
BBYO announces the
election of the following
new chapter presidents for
the 1981-1982 programm-

ing year: Andy Kollin,
Akiba AZA; Richard
Levitsky, Benny AZA;
David Garson, Herzl AZA
Windsor; Jay Gold e n,
Kishon AZA; Ted Efros,
Rose AZA; Richard Mintz,
Ruach AZA; Lee Cohen,
Samson AZA; Alisa
Waldman, Masada BBG;
Karen Cash, Savage BBG;
Julie Moss, Shira BBG.

The next meeting of the
Michigan BBYO board of
directors will take place 8
p.m. April 27 at the BBYO
office.

BBYO advisers will meet
7:30 p.m. April 29 at the
BBYO office. The new
discussion-trigger film,
"The Future of the West
Bank" will be featured.

Children's Honor Roll Focus
of New Local JNF Campaign

A local appeal is cur-
rently being made to the
parents and grandparents
or other relatives of every
Jewish child in the commu-
nity, to enroll them in the
Jewish National Fund
Children's Golden Book in
Jerusalem.
"Celebrations for which
such inscriptions are appro-
priate," according to Dr. Jay
Kaner, local chairman of
this JNF project, and Ruben
H. Isaacs, president of JNF
of Greater Detroit, "are
birthdays, a Brit Mila, Pi-
dyon Haben, or other joyous
occasion."
There is a special cam-
paign at present to inscribe
the names of newborn
babies.
The donor receives a cer-
tificate directly from
Jerusalem attesting to the

DR. JAY KANER

inscription and picture in
the book on display in the
JNF headquarters, and at-
tached to the certificate is
the duplicate picture of the
honored child. (This can
then be given to the child to
keep forever, if the donor
wishes.)
For details, call the JNF
office. 557-6644.



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