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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-24

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40 Friday, June 24, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fishman Winners Named

Youth News

HILLEL
DAY
SCHOOL'S
1982-1983
Bar/Bat Mitzva class re-
cently held a special morn-
ing service to honor eighth
grade students who have
become a Bar/Bat Mitzva in
the past year. Honored
were:

The 10th annual Nathan and Meyer' Fishman
Awards for travel to Israel were presented last week
at ceremonies at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The 1983 win-
ners; standing behind the Fishmans are, from left,
Edward Pont, Eve Tugman, Michelle Rosen, Shira
Teller and Harold Israel. The winners were selected
by judges Robert Canvasser, Mrs. Richard Zatkin and
Rabbi Irwin. Groner.

David Aisner, Tony Averbuch,
Deborah Berlin, Rachel Berlin,
Alyse Cohen, Cheryl Cook,
David Dworetsky, Michele
Eichner, Marcie Eskin, Edie
Fleischer, Stuart Freedland,
Craig Freedman, Avi Friedman,
Cindy Friedman, Yale Goldis,
Deb Goldstein, Daniella Harpaz,
Francie Hermelin, Nicole Hy-
man, Jennifer Levin, Rome Mor-
ris, Buffy Schechter, Darcy
Schram, Howard Schwartz,
David Siegal, Meredith Simon,
Dory Singer, Lee Stein, Jeffrey
Weiner, Marla Weiss, Gary Weis-
serinan, Adi Zachor and Barrett
Zeff.

- YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan for boys and
girls age 5-9 at' 10 a.m.
Saturday.

Kvutzat Shabat for chil-
dren in nursery • school
through second grade will
meet at 6:50 p.m. Saturday.
The Young Israel 613

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word of mouth

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BILII15 MASTER BAKERY

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cepted the position of trea-
surer.
Delegates to the National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth convention in Smug-
gler's Notch, Vt., are: Lisa
Kowalsky, Joey Kowalsky
and Michael Allen.
For information about
YlTeens, call Jeff Kahana,
president, 559-9702.

BBYO ACtivities

Forty
Michigan
BBYOers will leave this
weekend for the six-week
BBYO Israel Summer Insti-
. tute program. Attending
the ISI Archeology program
are Tov Klein, Herzl AZA,
Headmaster
Rabbi Windsor; Eva Tugmap,
Robert Abramson presented Ahavah BBG; Gael
each honoree with a Grossman, Shira BBG; and
kidush cup on behalf of the Judy Hackam, Yachad
PTO. A breakfast fbr the BBG, Windsor.
Delightful freshment in the form_of
Participating in the ISI
a pure, natural, low-calorie drink
students and their parents
in Five Fabulous Flavors:
followed. Discovery program are
andy Kollin and. Mitchell
Strawberry
s , h Akib
Bednar
a AZA
Blueberry
ry
Correction
Bobby
Glen,
Jerry
Raspberry
Soverinsky and Ron Rech-
The name of Lisa Sallen,
Peach
ter, Beber AZA; Jeff
president of 'Harmony
Orange
Chapter, Women's Ameri-
Richman, David Roenfeld
can ORT, was inadver-
and Aaron Weinberg, Goode
tiFf 'xi' Ot (2274)
tently omitted - in last
AZA; Jeff Kay and Mark
,
L
week's Jewish News from
Weiss, Hart AZA; Steven
the list of presidents to be
Kupsov, Barry Rivelis,
installed
Sunday
at
the
Kosher Dairy ProduCts daily, under super-
Larry Pazner, Brian Cohen,
Michigan
Region,
., vision of•the Metro Kashruth Council:
Allan Cohen and Barry
Women's American ORT,
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator
Zekelman, Herzl .AZA,
brunch.
Windsor; Jeff Roth, Rose
AZA; Dan Plotnick, Ruach
BREAD STICKS
COOKIES MUFFINS POLISH ROLLS
AZA; and Ken Silverman
Samson AZA.
Also attending ISI Dis-
33
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covery. are Susan Aidem,
0
-Stacey Levenson, Cheryl
D Leib, Andrea Smith, and
Tammy Schwartzberg,
0
Aliyah BBG; Nicki Traute,
co
z.
Bonnie Borkin, Leslie Ros-
0
sen and Bryna Freilich,
m Brice BBG; Jennifer Honet,
Alison Ross and Amanda
cn
C/) Ross, Disraeli BBG; Sarah
Schuster, Machar BBG; and
C) Marcie Roitberg, Alissa Or-
2
dower, Carrie Winograd
and Dana Meretsky,
Yachad BBG, Windsor.
The AZA Softball
I—
<C
League will meet Sunday
0
at Southfield High
School. At 9 a.m.,' Akiba
AZA plays Beber AZA;
0.
uu
Rose AZA 2 plays
a
Brandeis / L'
C h aim; and
We bake fresh daily. All our
0
co
Hart AZA plays Jolson
products taste better, naturally.
U)
AZA. At 10:30 a.m., Ruach
High protein unbleached flour
AZA plays Wallenberg
pure vegetable oil are

AZA; Samson AZA plays
U)
U) Rose AZA 1; and Goode
combined in our special recipes
AZA plays Benny/Herzl.
for better flavor and nutrition.
Brandeis/L'Chaim, Hart,
Best of all, our prices are low. .
0 Jolson and Samson are
Lower than the food chains.
N tied for first place with
Why wait for a frierid to tell
N 3-0 records.
The Great Lakes AZA
you?
Cf) Council Executive Board
I will next meet 4:30 p.m.
Ask abour our Daily Specials!
Monday. At that meeting,
r chairmen for the forthcom-
W ing kickoff dance and fall
conclave will be selected.
Applicants who have not

submitted their applica-
24370 W. 10 Mile Road
N tions prior to the meeting
Just West of Telegraph, Southfield
>
may bring them with them.
353-8050
The deadline for applica-
tions to be returned for the
Mon.-Thurs. 10-6; Fri., Sat. 9-6; Sun. 9-4
C BBYO International Con-

vention is July 1. The con-
BAKED PRIM DAILY. ()PEA 7 DAYS A WEEK
vention will take place Aug.
17-23 at the Bnai Brith
HOT DOG & HAMBURGER BUNS
KAISERS
• Perlman Camp in Starlight,

Why are more people
buying Buns Master
fresh-baked buns and rolls?

Club for boys age 8-12 will
study the 613 Mitzvot (Sefer
Hachinuch) and Pirke Avot
at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Young Israel Teens an-
nounces additional
members of their execu-
tive board: Ilene Man.
delbaum, Susan Arnold
and Hildee Zwick.
Marta Lesser has ac-

Pa. Transportation to con-
vention will be by chartered
bus, if delegation size war-
rants. Applications are
available at the BBYO
office, 552-8260.
Several Michigan Region
AZA and BBG chapters
have qualified for commu-
nity service recognition.
They are: Akiba AZA; Herzl
AZA, Windsor; Jolson AZA;
Rose AZA; Ruach AZA; and
Samson AZA. Brice BBG;
Rishonah BBG; and Savage
BBG.
Rose AZA received the

Walter E. Klein Youth
Award of the Jewish Com-
munity Council. Shalom
Aviv BBG was honored with
a second place award by the
council.
Akiba AZA and Savage
BBG have been recognized
by Michigan Region as the
chapters having donated
the most money this year to
the BBYO International
Service Fund. Akiba AZA
and Rishonah BBG were
recognized for having given
the most money per
member.

Nicki Traute, center, is the 1983 recipient of the
annual Arlene Vivian Moss Israel Program Schol-
arship. A member of Bnai Brith Girls for four years,
Miss Traute was the reporter and vice president of
Erani BBG and president of Fanny Brice BBG. Pre-
senting the scholarship to Miss Traute are Ida Moss
and Sol Moss, who established the award in memory
of their daughter in 1970. The award will be used to
participate in the BBYO Israel Summer Institute.

Weizmann Institute Body
Plans Annual Science Forum

Detroit Division, Ameri-
can Committee for the
WeiZmann Institute of Sci-
ence, will have its annual
science forum 8 p.m. Tues-
day in the home of Detroit
Division Chairman and
Mrs. Robert Sosnick, 350
Pine Ridge Dr., Bloomfield
Hills. •
Guest speaker Martha
Schlesinger, director of field
operations for ACWIS, will
give an "Institute Update."
A native Detroiter, Ms.
Schlesinger, who has.
worked in the U.S. on behalf
of Israel for the past 15
years, has been associated
with the ACWIS since 1980.
Previously, she served
as
a consultant to
Israeli-oriented organ-
izations in Canada and
Sweden as national di-
rector of the Women's Di-
vision of the American
Technion Society, - na-
tional programmer for
the American Jewish

Congress Women's Di-
vision and as a staff
member of the Jewish
Community Relations
.Council in Cincinnati,
Ohio.

For reservations and in-
formation, call Division Di-
rector, Edie Mittenthal,
569-7275.

Woman Cited
for Saving Jews

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Elisabeth Bornstein, a resi-
dent of North Plainfield,'
N.J., was honored Monday
for helping Jews escape
Nazi persecution in Berlin
at the risk of her own life.

Naphtalie Lavi, Israeli
consul general here, pre-
sented Mrs. Bornstein with
a certificate and medal upon
her being named a "Right-
eous Gentile" by Yad Vas-
hem, the Holocaust memo-
rial in Jerusalem.

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