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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, November 12, 1982

Brodhead Gets ADL Award;.
Elaine Block Is Re-Elected

Retiring Congressman
William M. Brodhead (D-
17th District) received the
Michigan Anti-Defamation
League's public service
award at the ADL's annual
meeting. The award was
presented by John E.
Jacobs, a past president of
the ADL.
Block,
D.
Elaine
president of Michigan ADL,
said that the award, seeks to
honor outstanding contri-
butions in the fields of
human rights and human
services.
Brodhead was chosen, she
said, because of his consis-
tent record on behalf of the
oppressed, particularly
Soviet and Argentine Jews,
the poor, the hungry, chil-
dren, consumer issues and
the elderly.
Mrs. Block was unani-
mously re-elected to a
second term as president
of Michigan ADL. Other
officers are: Peter M. Al-
ter, Stuart M. Lockman,
Bertram H. Marx, George

M. Nyman and Richard F.
Roth, re-elected vice
presidents of the board.
Robert J. Gordon was
elected to the board.
Jason M. Horton was re-
elected treasurer; and
Laurence Miller was
elected secretary.
Members of ADL's na-
tional commission are: Al-
ter, David L. Bittker, Ms.
Block, Martin M. Doctoroff,
Jacobs, Lockman, Robert H.
Naftaly, Arthur C. Schott,
Charles H. Tobias and Har-
vey L. Weisberg. Dr. Ber-
tram H. Marx of Flint, also
is a member of the national
commission. Alter and Naf-
taly are also members of the
national executive commit-
tee.

Do today's duty, fight to-
day's temptation, and do not
weaken and distract your-
self by looking forward to
things which you cannot
see, and could not under-
stand if you saw them.
—Charles Kingsley

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Senior Adults Publish Creative Efforts

tn
Writer's Journal Book Fair Edition

The senior adult division
of the Jewish Community
Center has just published
the Book Fair edition of its
Writer's Journal 1982.
Under the direction of
Norma Goldman of Wayne
State University, the jour-
nal contains a variety of
pieces, including Haiku,
poetry, reminiscences, trib-
utes, letters and a few Yid-
dish poems and their trans-
lations.
This year, the spiral-
bound paperbacked book
contains brief biographical

Delegates from the
Michigan Bran-ch to the na-
tional biennial convention
of the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism at
the Concord Hotel in New
York next week are:
Libbie Ben-Moche, Joyce
Blum, Pearlena Bodzin, Ei-
leen Blumenau, Sharon
Burns, Dorothy Chaiken,
Freda Davidorf, Toby Dob-
kin, Beatrice Docks, Estelle
Eisenberg, Ethel Golden-
berg, Rosalyn Grand, Sue
Himelhoch, Judy Joseph,
Rosalyn Katzman, Erma
Katchke, Myra Karse, Ruth
Marcus, Diane Minsley, Be-
ssie Meyers, Martha
Oleinick, Shirley Nachman,
Carman Rachwal, Marjorie
Saulson, Diane Scholnick,
Anne Steinberg, Mary
Sugarman, Rena Tobes,
Sharlene Ungar, Bertha
Wasserman and Betsy
Winkelman.
Michigan Branch will
lead the Rosh Hodesh
Shaharit service on Tues-
day.
* * *
Former Detroiters and
sisters-in-law Mrs. Jack
(Edie) Schreiman and
Mrs. Paul (Phyllis)
Schreiman, both of Hun-
tington Beach, Calif., will
celebrate their Bnot Mitzva
Nov. 26 at Cong. Bnai
Tzedek in Fountain Valley,
Calif. Relatives who will be
on hand for the ceremonies
include, mother-in-law,
former Detroiter Mrs. Fay
Schreiman, and Edie's sons,
Scott and Jeffrey, and Phyl-
lis' sons, David, Irwin,
Richard and Robert.
The former Edie Axelrod
and the former Phyllis Fos-

NEW YORK — Stanislav
Bardak has been appointed
head fencing coach at
Yeshiva University.

Talent Agency

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FOR A GREAT
PARTY!
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Wilmot

Jerry Fenby
Fenby-Carr
Shelby Lee
Eric Freudigman
Carl Ryding
George Brooks
Fascinating Rhythm
Sheldon Yellen

Tom Ploeger
Bob Durant
Divertissement
Jay Valle
Tim Hewitt & Feelings
Johnny Griffith
Nate Rondell
Eric Harris

Contributing to the Book
Fair edition of Writer's
Journal were:
Marion Blondy, Jean
Brooks, Emma Cass, Mrs.
Dishell, Frances Driker,
Esther Friedman, Mrs.
Goldman, Rose Goldsmith,
Phillip Goren, Gertrude
,Gray, Stella Himmelstein,
Rose Jaffe, Rae Kendler,
Sarah King, Mrs. Konikow,
Georg Lippmann and Ms.
Littman.
Also Bessie Lopatin, Re-
gina Mantel, Pearl Miller,
Bertha Mishcovsky, Olga
Mogel, Mollie Pitzak, Hilda

The editorial board is
comprised of Eve Dishell,
Mrs. Goldman, Bernice
Konikow, Sara Littman
and Ethel Silber. Mina
Stone is the secretary,
Mrs. Konikow, the typist,
and Claire Konikow, the
artist.

Rendezvous
ABZ Orchestra
Primos
Harry Teichert Strings
Gigue
Perfect Blend
Mariachi Band
Designs in Music

Reed, Max Resnick, Jean
Rubach, Joseph Shapiro,
Fani Siegel, Ethel Silver,
Helen Singer, Sarah Slavin,
Ms. Stone, Warsen and Lil-
lian Zellman.
Guest contributors
were Grete Borschardt,
Jack Kroker, Zelda
Landsman, Jim
McCorkle, Philip Melt-
zer, Sam Rubin, Ellen
Sacks, Sara M. Silverston
and Benjamin Wynick.
Following are some sam-
ples of the creative efforts
contained within the Jour-
nal:

* * *

Activities in Society

Fencing Coach

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sketches of the contributors
and greetings by historian
Allen A. Warsen, who also
contributed to the journal.
Eugene Jaffe, director of the
senior adult division, wrote
the foreword.

Sabbath—Day of Rest and Day of Joy ,

ter were graduated from
Detroit's Central High
School and were members of
Dorothy Fox BBG and
Galilee Chapter of Bnai
Brith Women, prior to mov-
ing to California.
* * *
Bodzin Family Club
will meet 8 p.m. Sunday in
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Burton (Sharon) Cohen,
24751 Sussex, Oak Park.
Newly elected officers are:
Henry Bodzin, president;
Joel Bodzin, vice president;
Mrs. Cohen, Cherna Kow-
alsky and Harry Blitz,
secretaries; and Milton
Duchan, treasurer.

Caffeine Straight

By ESTHER FRANCES
FREEDMAN

When eating out, I usually
like liquid while waiting for
my food to arrive. Coffee is
automatically poured in
your cup and I usually cover
the cup with my hand, sig-
naling to the waitress —"No
thank you."
I was asked by the polite
waitress what I desired to
drink. I replied, "Tea,
please." Waitress asked me,
"Lemon or cream?" Answer-
ing her question, I merely
said, "Caffeine straight.".
I shall not forget the look
on the young lady's face!

By PHILLIP GOREN

The young mother and her daughter
Appear in the Sanctuary
With charm and respectfulness,
Strolling towards their seats.
Then they unite their souls with the spirit
Which prevails in the Sanctuary,
Each one with a different feeling and interpretation
Of the meaningful words in the prayer book.
Heavenly motivated by our Prophets and scholars,
Their feeling towards each other
Is in constant communication through the angels above.
The bond of motherhood and her offspring
Is under the providence of the Almighty.
They pray
And listen to the sermon given by the Rabbi,
And the melodic sound of the cantor and the congregants.
A feeling of belonging to a People,
A heritage with old traditions and ideals
For a Messianic era for mankind at large,
And the well-being of the People of Israel,
Are rooted in their sub-conscious mind and soul
As far back as to Moses and the patriarch Abraham.
— – * * *

(Yiddish version of above)

Di tchik un dos tchikele
Zaynen farbunden tsuzamen mit a kleyn shtrikele.
Di tchik iz nisht tsu groys un dos tchikele iz nisht tsu kleyn.
Un beyde tsuzamen zehen zey oys zeyer sheyn mit moleh
khen.
Azoy kumen zey tsuzamen in shul arayn met shtilkayt
un derekh erets.
Zey betn tsu dem Ribono Shel Olom far Yisrol Erets.
Bashaycin un farputzt bazetzn aey zikh beyde oyf zeyer seets .
Mit gefeln fun zeyer harts drukn zey oys di shmertzn
fun der velt.
Vus yogt zikh nor nokh gelt.
Azoy shpatsirn zey beyde in nakhes un freydn.
Trakhtn shtendik fun zeyer taten un fun zeyden.

Love Is King

By BERNICE KONLKOW

Spilled Milk

By RAE KENDLER

Five-year-old Daniel was
at the airport waiting to see
if Grandpa and Grandma
would get on the plane dur-
ing the strike. He became
good friends with a three
year-old girl, her mother
and grandmother. The little
girl spilled her milk and was
scolded by Grandma.
Daniel put his hands on
his hips, looked her in the
eye and said,"You shouldn't
scold her. She is only three
years old. Didn't you spill
milk when you were three?"
The girl's grandma an-
swered, "N6, I never spilled
my milk. Did you spill yours
when you were three?" "Yes,
I spilled it at three and now I
am five — I still spill it."
P.S. Grandpa and
Grandma did get on the
plane after a wait of three
hours. Grandpa, who is
much past three years old,
spilled a cup of hot coffee on
Grandma's lap!

-

The tiniest apartment
Is a palace all its own
When there's a regal atmosphere
In a place that love calls home.
Where warmth and friendliness hold court,
With happiness well enthroned,
Laughter is the princely greeting
In the place that love calls home.
Though the lure of travel
Beckons these royal folks to roam,
No other castle will be comparable
To the place that love calls home.

* * *

May

By ETHEL SILBER

The long hard winter is past,
Gone are the piles of dirty snow;
Suddenly the grass is green again.
I walk through the gate to view
the splendor of the magnolia tree in full bloom,
Its blossoms white centered with faint lavender,
And I walk on.
On every hand May has spread her bounty before me,
The pink blossoms of the crabapple trees,
The white blossoms of the pear trees,
The red blossoming trees,
The tulips — golden, orange, red or lavender,
bordering the houses,
And the robins busily gathering their nestling materials.
Oh, what a beautiful world it is!

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