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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, March 9, 1984

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The guest speaker will be
Rabbi Ernst J. Conrad of
Temple Kol Arni. A recep-
tion will follow the pro-
gram, with refreshments
served by the temple sister-
hood.
This year's nominees,
Jewish high school seniors
who excel scholastically,
demonstrate leadership
ability, participate in com-
munity or service organiza-
tions and have a formal
religious education, were
required to submit an essay
on the subject, "Jewish
Commitment, Hope or
Reality."
Students being honored
are: Lisa Chatlin, Yale Co-
hen, Brenda Dater, Neil
Falk, Sandra Freedman,
Denise Gold, Jonathon
Greenberg, Sandra Hauser,
Brian Kirschner, Mimi
Keidan, Brian Kolender,
Esther Lipenholtz, Shari
Mickel, David Miller, Marla
Peiss, Jeffrey Piell, Eddie
Pont, Hadas Reiter,
Michelle Rosen, Michael
Ruskin, Michael Sherman,
David Steiger, Jamina Tep-
ley, Howard Weiner and
Kenneth Wolin.
The judges are Sheila Or-
din, past president of
league; Betty Roth, former
adviser to Michigan State
Temple Youth; Marjorie
Saulson, • president of
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations; Marian
Shifman, past president of
league; and Arnold Weiner,
director of Bnai Brith Youth
Organization.A special
awards presentation will be
made by Betty Silverfarb,
co-chairman of youth
awards. Youth awards
chairman is Dorothy Cole,
vice president of the league.
Adivser is Charlotte
Edelheit. The public is wel-
come. There is no charge.

90 Soviet Jews
Leave in March

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Ninety Jews left the Soviet
Union with Israeli visas in
February, the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry
reported today.
This' continues the trend
of less than 100 individuals
departing per month that
was established during the
last quarter of 1983.

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Michigan BBYO Celebrates
AZA 60th Anniversary Year

The Michigan Region,
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization, will celebrate the
60th anniversary of the
Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA),
its young men's component,
at a community Sabbath ob-
servance'and oneg Shabat 8
p.m. March 23 at Cong.
Beth Achim.
The creative servise
planned especially for the
evening will involve both
current members of AZA
and BBG as well as alumni
and members of the, BBYO
board of directors. Follow-
ing the service a com-
memorative program hon-
oring the AZA 60th an-
niversary will be held.
The keynote speaker for
the evening will be Richard
Heideman, a Louisville at-
torney and former De-
troiter, who served as inter-
national president (Grand
Aleph Godol) of AZA in
1964-1965, the only
member of Michigan Region
ever to do so. Refreshments
will be served.
The AZA 60th anniver-
sary program highlights
a week of activities for
BBYO members under
the banner of BBYO
Week. The theme of the
week is "BBYO — The
Touch of Class." Other
programs scheduled for
the week include Adviser
Recognition Night, which
will be held 8 p.m. March
19 at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue.
At this program the Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's
Councils will recognize and
honor the volunteer adults
who work with each of the
AZA and BBG chapters in
Michigan Region.
On March 21, Dr. B. Be-
nedict Glazer BBG will
sponsor its annual Mr. AZA
Ice Cream Social, which will
take plaCe at Thompson
Middle School in Southfield
at 7 p.m. The girls will
select a "Mr. AZA" for 1984
from among the contestants
chosen by each AZA chap-
ter.
On March 24, BBYO
Week activities will con-
clude with Gen. Maurice

Pesach Recipe
Is Revised

The "Casserole for
Pesach" recipe appearing in
last week's Jewish News
was in error. The revised
version follows:

2 packages Birds Eye frozen
broccoli spears
1 /4 pound melted butter
1 pound cottage cheese (16
oz.)
5 tbsps. potato flour
3 eggs
1/2 cup grated cheddar or swiss
cheese
1/2 tsp. salt
Dash of pepper
Steam the broccoli in salted
water until barely tender. Place
in bottom of a 9x9-inch pan. Do
not overcook the broccoli. In
medium size bowl, mix to-
gether, melted butter, cottage
cheese, flour, eggs and grated
cheese. Pour over broccoli.
Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees or
until edges turn brown. Makes
6-8 servings.

Rose AZA's semi-formal
spring dance, which will
take place at Southfield-
Lathrup High School,
at - 8 p.m. Music for the
evening will be provided by
WMJC's Eddie Rogers.
The BBYO directors
who helped plan the AZA
60th anniversary are:
Overall Chairman, Char-
lotte Edelheit; Alan
Nathan, publicity; Ernest
Needle, alumni; Gloria
Ellis, programming.
Chairman of the BBYO
board of directors is
Henry Gutter. Overall
youth coordinators for
BBYO Week are Lydia
Grand of Glazer BBG and
Grant Greenberg of Hart
AZA.
AZA was founded on May
3, 1924, in Omaha, Neb., by
a group of young Jewish
men under the leadership of
adviser, Sam Beber, a
young Omaha lawyer. The
organization soon spread to
Kansas City, Lincoln, and
Des Moines. It reached
Michigan when a chapter
was chartered in Grand
Rapids (No. 5) on July 6,
1924. It was the first chap-

ter east of the Mississippi
River.
The first AZA chapter in
Detroit, known as Detroit
AZA No. 63, was founded in
1927, and soon AZA became
the first Jewish youth pro-
gram sponsored by
synagogues and temples in
the area. AZA went inter-
national with the founding
of Calgary AZA No. 31 in
1926, and in 1929 Theodor
Herzl AZA No. 112 was
founded in Windsor, Ont. It
serves the Jewish youth of
that Canadian city along
with Yachad BBG.
Today, Michigan Region
BBYO is one of 36 such
regions and serves over
1,200 Jewish youth in 37
separate AZA and BBG
chapters. Besides the U.S.
and Canada, BBYO serves
Jewish youth in England,
Scotland, Ireland, France,
South Africa, Australia,
Curacao, South America,
and, of course, in Israel
through Noar L'Noar
(Youth to Youth).
For information about the
organization, contact Ar-
nold J. Weiner, director,
552-8260.

Walk for Israel Is Planned

Shown planning the Jewish Welfare Federation-
sponsored "Double Chai (36) Walk for Israel" to be
held in conjunction with the May 20 Israel Indepen-
dence Day festivities at the main Jewish Community
Center are, from left, Marcy Feldman, Lou Milgrom,
walk chairman Michael Feldman, Susan Citrin, Alan
Yost, Dr. Maurice Opperer, Ben Rosenthal, Marla Ro-
gers and Ron Riback.

Former Detroit Miss Marries

Former Detroiter Karen
Joy Rhodes of Chesterfield,
Mo., and Norman Paul
Rader of St. Louis, Mo.,
were married recently at
the St. Louis Airport Mar-
riott Hotel. Rabbi Jerome
Levy of Bnai El in Fron-
tenac, Mo., officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of former Detroiters Mr. and

MRS. RADER

Mrs. Kenneth Rhodes of
Chesterfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Rader of St.
Louis.
Lynn Sugerman of
Columbia, Md., was the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were the bridegroom's sister
Janet Rader of Chicago, Ill.,
Marcie Gunsberg of South-
field, Vicki Martin of Al-
tamonte Springs, Fla.,
Bonita Planells of Chester-
field and Jacguline Thal of
St. Louis.
Scott Freiberger of St.
Louis was the best man.
Ushers were the bride's
brothers, Steven Rhodes
of Altamonte Springs and
David Rhodes of Chester-
field, and Ken Greenberg
of Austin, Tex., Charlie
Markman of DeKalb, Ill.,
and Richard Zarchy of
New York.
Following a honeymoon
in Cancun, the couple is re-
siding in Hazelwood, Mo.

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