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September 04, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

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Friday, September 4, 1961 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Liberson to Direct Beth AChim UHS Branch

Rabbi Meir Lieberson has
been appointed principal of
the United Hebrew Schools
- Beth Achim Branch. He
will replace Rabbi Abraham
Zentman who retired this
year after 32 years of serv-
ice to the UHS.

NEED

Rabbi Lieberson received
his high school training in
Israel. He received smildia
from Mesivta Torah Vod-
aath in New York.
He also studied at Torah
Umesorahin New York and
Herzliya Teachers Semi-
nary in New . York. Rabbi

Lieberson received his secu-
lar education at Wayne
State University and Uni-
versity of Detroit where he
received a BA degree.
Rabbi Lieberson has
taught at Mesivta Torah,
Vodaath and Beth Yehudah
High School. He has taught

Butzel Award Is Set for
Federation Annual Meeting

INVITATIONS

Bar Mitzva Wedding
Stationery Etc.

The Jewish Welfare Fed- viduals exemplifying the
eration will bestow its high- highest level of leadership
est honor upon one of De- within the community.
troit's community leaders at
Federation President
Federation's 55th annual George M: Zeltzer will de-
dinner meeting 6 p.m. Sept. liver his annual report at
23 at the Jewish Commu- the meeting. There also will
pity Center.
be an election of 10
The , Fred M. Butzel members-at-large to the
Memorial Award, named board of governors.
after one of Federation's
For information, contact
founders, is given annually the Federation office, 965-
to an individual or indi- 3939.
• • •

20%m

Call -Barbara' Starkman
.968-5080 661-0025

at Cong. Bnai David since
1963. He has also served as
the director of Beth
Yehudah Day Camp for the
past several summers.

Measure Would
Ban Klan Camps

State Rep. Barbara Rose
Collins (D-Detroit) has in-
troduced legislation to ban
paramilitary camps such as
those run by the Ku Klux
Klan from operating in
Michigan.
The bill, introduced in the
State House last month,
would prohibit people from
gathering for weapons in-
struction with the intent of
creating a civil disorder.

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Both our children and adult
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A. Steinberg.
Stag Day, the traditional
"thank you" to Campaign
workers, will be held Wed-
nesday at the Knollwood
Country Club. Starting
with the first golf tee off at
8:30 a.m. through the
awards dinner, participants
can enjoy sports activities,
such as tennis and swim-
ming, or relax in comfort
and camaraderie. DSG is
hosting the event for the
32nd year.
A highlight of the day will
be DSG President Richard
Sloan's presentation of the
Detroit Service Group Lov-
ing Cup, which is given to
the Campaign professional
or trade division that sol-
icits the greatest percent-
age increase in pledges over
the preceding year. There
also will be an election of 33
candidates to- the DSG
board of directors. The slate
will be presented by Myron
L. Milgrom, chairman of the
nominating committee.
Marvin H. Goldman and
David S. Mondry, the 1981
Campaign general chair-
men, will be honored by the
gathering following a salute
by Federation President
George M. Zeltzer. Their
successors for the 1982
Campaign will be an-
nounced.

During:his two years in
Detroit, with an option
for a third year, Cohen
will have dual respon-
sibilities of overseeing
both Jewish community '

AMI COHEN

and aliya activity.

Cohen will work out of the
Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield, in the
Israel Aliya Center office.

RESIDENTS 13 MILE & MIDDLEBELT AREA
Enjoy Rosh Hashana — Yom Kippur!!

Have services with us!
We Have A Shul Where —

1. - an orthodox Rabbi explains the worship and wherefore's of the
holidays to his non-orthodox congregation.

2 - you don't have to be wealthy to afford High Holy Day services among
a congenial group of fellow Jews.

3 - there is a nursery with adult supervision for your younger children.

We're

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Nut Bread

1 8-oz pkg. Philadelphia
brand cream cheese
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1 egg
21/4 cups flour
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
V2 cup oil
Y2 cup milk
2 eggs
1 cup chopped nuts
1 tap. grated lemon rind
Combine softened cream
cheese, sugar and egg, mixing
until well blended. Combine
dry Ingredients. Add com-
bined oil, milk and eggs, mix-
ing just until moistened. Stir in
nuts and rind.
Spread 1 cup batter onto
bottom of greased 9-inch
springform pan with ring in-
sert.. Pour in cream cheese
mixture; cover with remaining
batter. Bake at 350 degrees 1
hour. Cool 10 minutes; remove
from pan. Invert to serve.

Ami Cohen has been
named to the post of Jewish
Community Center and
aliya shaliakh for Detroit,
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation announced.
A member of Kibutz
Ginosar, near Tiberias,
Cohen was serving as cul-
tural manager before as-
suming his, Detroit post.
Born in Tel Aviv, he com-
pleted his undergraduate
studies at the Rubin Insti-
tute in Hadera, receiving a
degree in economics.

ATTENTION

RSVPs Due for Stag Day

Response cards are due
immediately at the Jewish
Welfare Federation office
for all Allied Jewish Cam-
paign volunteers planning
to attend the Detroit Serv-
ice Group Stag Day celebra-
tion, said chairman Robert

Ami Cohen New Shaliakh
at Israel Aliya Center

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