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November 29, 2002 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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For Openers

Making Her Mark

S

hoppers at the annual Temple
Israel Book Fair will come away
with a bookmark created by one
of the synagogue's own students,
9-year-old Rebecca Glasser.
Rebecca, daughter of Allen and Lynda
Glasser of Orchard Lake, won the Grand
Prize in the synagogue's recent book-
mark design contest for religious-
RONELLE
school students
GRIER
Special to the in preschool
Jewish News through fifth
grade.
The winning
bookmark is being reproduced
for inclusion in every purchase
made during the Book Fair,
which runs Sunday-Thursday,
Dec. 1-5, at the temple in West
Bloomfield. In addition to that
honor, Rebecca will receive a
$25 Book Fair gift certificate.
"I was stunned at first when I Rebecca Glasser and the
found out I won," Rebecca said. bookmark bearing
"Now I'm just really over-
her drawing.
whelmed with excitement."
Rebecca, who has taken class-
es at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center in
Birmingham, said she enjoys all kinds of artwork.
"I like doing anything where I can use my hands," she
said.
Her mother added, "Rebecca has always been very cre-
ative, very artsy-craftsy."
Contest guidelines stated that the bookmarks must
incorporate the themes of reading and -Judaism.
Rebecca's design, drawn in colored pencils, shows a girl
reading a book. A thought bubble above her head depicts
the world surrounded by children holding hands. In the
center of the world, she's drawn a Star of David inside of

a heart.
"I wanted to show how Jewish children can all be dif-
ferent, but still share a lot of things in common, like our
religion, the holidays and reading," Rebecca said.
There were more than 650 entries from students. In
addition to Rebecca's prize, a first pri'ie and an honorable
mention were awarded within each age group.
Members of the Temple Israel Book Fair
Committee served as judges.
"The judges were very impressed with the,
attention to detail in Rebecca's drawing,"
said Rachel Kamin, director of the libraries
and media center at Temple Israel.
"Although the drawings of the children
are very small, each one has a different
facial expression."
Other prize winners include Claire
Cantor, Jill Spohn, Kelly Giuliani, Tyler
Weberman and Valerie Levine of West
Bloomfield; Alexandra Kamen of
Wixom; Brandt Williams, Julia Fertel
and Sara Al-Azem of Walled Lake;
Lauren Sallen and Megan Fox of
Orchard Lake; Ava Scott of
Birmingham; and Noah Collen of
Farmington Hills.
"I hope a lot of people come to the
book fair," Rebecca said. "I want everyone to see my
bookmark."

,

The annual Temple Israel Book Fair runs Dec. 1-5 at
the temple, 5725 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield. Hours are 11 a.m.-3 p.m." Sunday, 9 a.m.-
6:30 p.m. Monday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday, 9 a.m.-
4:30 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Information: (248) 661-5700.

O

f the 16 prophets whose
writings appear in separate
books in Hebrew Scriptures,
there is only one example of
one citing another. Can you name it?

— Goldfein

paureu lagdoid Jall.rea

UE

sago atT '81

assan `9Z Jald-elp yvy,uadaf ul %Tammy

Quotables

"To a Western observer, it is precisely
the lack of freedom — freedom of the
mind from constraint and indoctrina-
tion, to question and inquire and speak;
freedom of the economy from corrupt
and pervasive mismanagement; freedom
of women from male oppression; free-
dom of citizens from tyranny — that
underlies so many of the troubles of the
Muslim world."
— Bernard Lewis, in his book "What
Went Wrong? Western Impact and Middle
Eastern Response," in a review in the win-
ter issr ofRefirm Judaism magazine.

"This is real barbarity, but it doesn't
have an ethnic or religious dimension."
— Antonio Ramirez spokesman for
authorities in Melilla, Morocco, following
increased vandalism at the centug-old
cemetery of the 800 person Jewish commu-
nity in this North African, Spanish-ruled
enclave, as quoted by JTA.

Yiddish Limericks

Shabbat Candlelighting

"When you light Shabbos candles, you feel a kind of glow inside of
you, like at that time you are closest to Hashem. It makes you spe-
cial, different from all the nations."

Nechamie Silberberg, 7th grade, West Bloomfield

Sponsored by Lubavitch
Women's Organization.
To submit a candlelighting
message or to receive
complimentary candlesticks
and information on Shabbat
candlelighting, call Miriam
Anizalak of Oak Park at
(248) 967-5056 or e-mail:
.arnzalak@juno.com

Candlelighting

Candlelighting

Friday, Nov. 29: 4:43 -p.m.

Friday, Dec. 6: 4:41 p.m.

Shabbat Ends

Shabbat Ends

Saturday, Nov. 30: 5:49 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 7: 5:48 p.

Dad's diet is taking a beating.
This Chanukah, Mom caught him
cheating.
He stood in his gotkehs*
Knee-deep in the latkehs**
Ts2plotzed un tsshprungen*** from eating.

— Martha Jo Fleischmann
* long underwear
** traditional potato pancakes fried in
oil for Chanukah
*** (idiomatic) filled to bursting

Yiddish-isms
shmate

A rag;,cheap, shoddy junk; a person •
unworthy of respect.

(Source: The Joys of Yiddish by Leo
Rosten, McGraw-Hill)

11/29
2002

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