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March 25, 1988 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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SYNAGOGUES I

Your
pre-schooler
will know the
difference.

Twin

Continued from Page 36

Learning that his twin is now
in the United States, Kenny
sent two letters, to which he
received responses from
Daniel.
A student at Norup Middle
Schools in Oak Park, the
12-year-old Kenny enjoys rune
ning, floor hockey, soccer and
TV. One activity ,that he
shares with Daniel is collect-
ing. While Kenny's interest is
airplanes, Daniel's is stamps,
coins, calendars, corks, packs
of cigarettes and bottles of dif-
ferent-shapes.
"I hope he has a good time
and meets lots of people." But
he also recognizes that there
are still many Soviet Jewish
youth yet to leave the Soviet
Union. "I hope more bar mitz-
vah partners will come out."
For Mrs. Kozloff, Kenny's
bar mitzvah takes on an even
greater significance. "It's
more than just symbolism.
It's the real thing?'

Enroll now for the September
Shaarey Zedek Beth Hayeld Program.

The goal of Shaarey Zedek's Beth Hayeld
program is to create a growing experience
that children will love and thrive upon.
Next fall will mark the 40th year of com-
bining our commitment to Jewish Tradition
with experienced and loving teachers and a
child-centered curriculum.
Sessions for two year-olds through
kindergarten. Lunch program,

parent-toddler and enrichment classes.
Two locations: at the synagogue on Bell
Road in Southfield and in West Bloomfield
near Lone Pine and Middlebelt. Summer
day camp program also, at the synagogue.
Call Janet Pont, 357-5544, for more
information.

Shaarey Zedek Beth Hayeld

SPITZER'

of
Harvard Row
Harvard

BARTON'S
CANDIES

Kosher for Passover

We carry
a large assortment.

1

6 doz. Israeli

DRIPLESS
CANDLES

Super $249
with coupon
Special

Retail $2.95

exp. 4/1/88

Complete Selection Of
PASSOVER WINE & CHAMPAGNE

LUCITE
MATZOH
BASKETS

Reg. $14.95

NOW

$9.95

SUPER
SPECIAL

ISRAELI
PATINA

SEDER
PLATES

4 Colors

Reg. $14.95

NOW $9.95

SPITZER'S HEBREW BOOK & GIFT CENTER

11 Mile & Lahser, Southfield

Open All Day Sunday

Dr. Gideon Aran, a pro-
fessor of sociology and an-
thropolgy at Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, will speak
at 10 a.m. Sunday at Cong.
Beth Achim.
Aran is currently a visiting
fellow in the Near Eastern
Studies department of
Princeton University. He
served as a major in the
paratroop corps of the Israeli
Army, has worked for the
Ministry of Education in
youth guidance and was
director of a training
workshop for senior govern-
ment officials at Hebrew
University.

Temple Israel
Family Retreat

The Temple Israel Family
Retreat for third-, fourth- and
fifth-graders will be held
April 29-May 1 at the Butzel
Conference Center in
Ortonville.
The weekend will revolve
around the theme "Family
Connection?' It will be carried
out by the staff of Temple
Israel in conjunction with
Jewish Experience for
Families and the staff at
Tamarack Camps.
For information and reser-
vations, call the religious
School office, 661-5700. Reser-
vations will be accepted until
April 20 on a first-come, first-
served basis.

Nursery School
Will Open

Your Headquarters For All Your Pasiover Needs

r

Professor
To Speak Here

Harvard Row Mall

356-6080

The board of directors of
Cong. B'nai Moshe voted to
start a nursery school to meet
in the synagogue's
redecorated classrooms.
Rabbi Allan S. Meyerowitz
of B'nai Moshe said the pro-
gram will be individual child-
oriented, "provided in a lov-
ing environment, with a
blend of the secular and Con-
servative Judaic traditions."
Half-day and full-day pro-
grams with lunch options are
available, with discounts for
member-families.
For information or registra-
tion forms, call school director
Robin Sack Meyerowitz,
557-5677 (home), or 548-9000
(office).

Rabbi To Speak

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent a talk at 8:30 p.m. today
in honor of spring and the
Pesach season. He will
discuss "Enthusiasm and Ex-
uberance."

Lay Cantors
Chant Liturgy

Several lay cantors will
chant the liturgy during
Saturday services at Cong.
B'nai Israel of West
Bloomfield.
Rabbi Sherman P. Kirshner
of Cong. B'nai Israel has con-
ducted a class for adults on
how to chant the liturgy of
both Shachrit and Musaf.
Jordan Stevenson, Kerry
Greenhut and Armin Fisher
Will lead the services on the
first Adult Cantors Shabbat.

Beth Jacob
To Have Seder

Temple Beth Jacob's annual
congregational seder will be
held at 6:30 p.m. April 2. For
information and reservations,
call the temple, 332-3212.

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New Dayenu
Version Printed

New York — In celebration.
of Israel's 40th anniversary,
CLAL (the National Jewish
Center for Learning and
Leadership) has been commis-
sioned by the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations to
create a contemporary ver-
sion of the Passover Seder
chant, Dayenu.
Two CLAL scholars, Rabbi
Steven Greenberg and Rabbi
David Nelson of New York,
created this Dayenu "to
celebrate some of the small
steps taken by our people
towards the not-yet complete

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