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September 01, 1989 - Image 46

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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I YOUTH I

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Presents

OPERATION ALEF BET

LEARN TO READ HEBREW
IN NINE WEEKS!!

Henry Auslander, Instructor

Section One
Tuesday, September 5, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Section Two
Sunday, September 10, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

THOSE WHO COMPLETE THE COURSE
WILL BE ABLE TO FOLLOW THE SHABBAT SERVICE

I would like to enroll in Operation Alef Bet-SECTION ONE
I would like to enroll in Operation Alef Bet-SECTION TWO

Name

Address

City
State
Tuition: $15 Per Person— Members

Zip
$25 Non-Members

Mail and make check payable to:

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK-A B

27375 BELL ROAD, P.O. BOX 2056
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48086-2056

After 36 years,
Congregation Beth Shalom
is still at the Forefront of
the Jewish Conservative
Movement!

We have our own Congregational
Religious School
• Full participation of women in Ritual
• Model family planning - Jewish
Experience For Families (JEFF)
Over 600 families

Join Us!

For further information, call
Congregation Beth Shalom at

547-7470

14601 West Lincoln, Oak Park, MI 48237

416 ERIJA1LS,EPTEMRFR 11989

Kashrut Talk
At MSU

Machon Illbrah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, in conjunction
with Michigan State Univer-
sity — Hillel Student Center
will present_a special kashrut
seminar for Jewish students
on the MSU campus.
The lecture will be given by
Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz,
director of the Jewish Learn-
ing Network of Michigan, and
will be held at the Hillel Stu-
dent Center, 402 Linden, East
Lansing, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m.
For information, call the
Machon office, 967-0888; or
the Hillel Student Center,
(517) 332-1916.

WSU Hillel Seeks
Tefillin Donation

The Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University is
seeking a donation of a
kosher set of tefillin. The
foundation would keep these
items available for teaching
purposes and for emergency
use by students or faculty
members who forget their
own.

Rosh Hashanah
Festival Planned

"Apples and Honey and
Lots, Lots More," an after-
noon of entertainment,
culture and information to
celebrate the coming of the
new year, will be held Sept. 24
from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center of Wash-
tenaw County.
Sponsored by all the Jewish
organizations in Washtenaw
County, the program will
bring together people of all
ages and backgrounds to have
fun and to learn more about
the Jewish holidays of Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The name "Apples and
Honey" comes from the
custom on Rosh Hashanah of
dipping an apple into honey
and saying a special prayer
asking for a sweet new year.
Some of the activities
scheduled for the day include:
learning how to braid challah
and baking challah, making
challah covers, making suk-
kah decorations, apple
tasting, learning how to make
a shofar and how to blow one,
making candles, and making
flags. Gift shops from Temple
Beth Emeth and Beth Israel
will sell gifts, new year's
cards and holiday Judaica.
Challahs and kosher baked
goods from Detroit will be on
sale.
Entertainment will include
folk dancing, Israeli singing
and storytelling by rabbis.

Participating organizations
are: Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, Temple Beth Emeth,
Chabad House, Hebrew Day
School, Jewish Cultural
Society, Hadassah, Israeli
Student Organization and the
Hillel Foundation.
For information, call the
Center, 971-0990.

Young Musicians
Sought In Contest

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit announces the 1990
Annual Michigan Young
Musicians Competition for
students grades 7 through 12.
The competition is for
piano, violin and cello. The
entry deadline is Dec. 4. The
competition will take place on
Feb. 4 at the Jewish Com-
munity Center, West
Bloomfield.
For information, call An-
nette Chajes, 661-1000, Ext.
352. The winners' concert
will be May 2, and $2;000 in
prizes will be awarded.

25K Bikeathon
To Benefit MDA

The National Conference of
Synagogue Youth is sponsor-
ing a Bike 4 Life Bikeathon
to benefit the Muscular
Dystrophy Association. The
25-kilometer ride will take
place at Kensington Metro
Park on Sunday, Sept. 3 at 10
a.m.
For information, call David
Winter, 967-3300.

I NEWS I

Man Extradited
In Kidnapping

Brussels — An ultra
Orthodox Jew who kidnapped
his three children from his
former wife, a Belgian
Catholic, has been extradited
from New York. Chaim
Yarden, 31, an Israeli citizen,
was arrested in New York last
January after Belgian
authorities requested his
extradition.

Yarden is accused of abduc-
ting the children from their
school three years ago after a
Brussels court awarded
custody to their mother,
Patricia Heyman. Yarden,
who was a secular Jew at the
time of his marriage, became
ultra-Orthodox just before he
divorced his wife, whom he
met in Israel. He has been
sentenced in Belgium to one
year in prison.

Police have been unable to
find the children.

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