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Web Wise

All Mixed Up

What to check out — and what to avoid
on the Internet.

Can you unscramble the names of these famous Jews?

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

AppleTive Editor

T

he wonderful thing about the
Internet: type in just a few
words and you can get 10,000
sites to visit.
The awful thing about the Internet:
type in just a few words and you can get
10,000 sites to visit.
Parents don't have the time, or the
inclination, to sort through all the Web
sites out there for Jewish families —
especially when half of these exist simply
to sell you something.
AppleTree is here for you. Once a
month, AppleTree will provide you With
tested-and-true Web sites for you and
your children. Check them out.

1) vvww.ulaberta.ca/yrsehefifunland/
funland.htnil
Created by Nurit Reshef of the
Talmud Torah School of Alberta,
Canada. This site for children includes
lots of great games like Hebrew Word
Match, AlephBet Puzzle and Hangduke
(a hangman-like game with the names
of famous biblical figures).

2) www.akhlah .corn
Another fun-and-games spot for chil-
dren, including the Israeli City of the

Week, the Jewish Hero of the Week and
the Children's Parsha.

3) www.torahtots.com
Users of dial-up Internet will be frus-
trated by how long this graphic-heavy
site can take to load. Also, watch for a
heavy dose of "Come to our gift shop!"
Other than these, however, Torah Tots
does include fun and useful information
for children, including Safety Tips and
This Month in Jewish History.

4) www.uscj.org/
Raising Jewish_Childtt.html
This features 10 great tips for parents
on how to raise Jewish children, written
by Ron Isaacs. This is part of a site from
the Conservative movement's United
Synagogue Youth.

5) wwwhomeschooling-course.com/
courses/empathy.html
This unusual site allows parents to
take a class, via computer, on raising
children. It is "taught" by Shuli
Kleinman and incorporates ideas advo-
cated by former Detroiter Miriam
Adahan, whose books are extremely
popular in Israel. Classes cost between
$10 and $28. You can find Kleinman's
complete resume on the site. ❑

a

We Want Your Food!

One of the greatest challenges faced
by parents today: what to put in a
child's lunch box.
Parents and children who eat lunch,
we want you! If you're a child, tell us
the best thing your parent ever put in
your
school lunch.
,
If you're a parent or care giver, let us
know the best thing you ever pre-
pared for a school lunch. Don't worry,
you don't have to be Martha Stewart.
We're just looking for ideas beyond
peanut butter and jelly.

Send your ideas, no later than Feb.
5, to Lunch Ideas, do AppleTree, The
Jewish News, 29200 Northwestern
Highway, Suite 110, Southfield, MI
48034, or by e-mail to
appletree@thejewishnews.com . BE
SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR
NAME AND CITY. We also wel-
come any information on how you
got the idea for your cool lunch food
and recipes.
A story on cool lunch foods will
appear right here in AppleTree, and
we hope to be able to use your idea!

Are you good at word searches, mazes,
secret codes? Then AppleTree's "Are
You Puzzled?" is perfect for you!
If you solve this week's challenge
(open to adults and children of all
ages), send your solution, along with

your name and city of residence, to
arrive NO LATER THAN Tuesday,
Feb. 3, to: I Found It! c/o AppleTree,
The Jewish News, 29200
Northwestern Highway, Suite 110,
Southfield, MI 48034.
We'll print the names here in
AppleTree of everyone who solves the
puzzle.

They're intriguing figures from Jewish
life (past and present), but right now
they're just a little mixed up — or at

least their names are, anyway. Can you
figure them out? In case you get stuck,
you can find hints below.

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

AppleTree Editor

1) Evez Snitkyobja

9) Noja Srirev

2) Sulej Efifeifr

10) Ertia Haws

3) Kire Snoikre

11) Arkm Tzpis

4) Lei Noche

12) Noel Stokyrt

5) Acrm Laglhac

13) Maad Sendalr

6) Nailil Silyab

14) Lem Nalbc

7) Cormdeaih Licherr

15) Osejph Mielrebna

8) Leiar Rashon

Hints:
1) Zionist leader and founder of the Revisionist movement. His last name
starts with J.
2) American writer and cartoonist. His last name begins with F.
3) American psychoanalyst whose books include Childhood and Society.
His last name begins with E.
4) Israeli espionage agent who uncovered extremely valuable information
about Syria. He was arrested by the Syrians and sentenced to death in
1965. His last name begins with C.
5) Russian-French painter. His last name begins with C.
6) Founder of London's most famous theater, the Old Vic. Her last name
begins with B.
7) Canadian author, whose works include the Jacob Two-Two series for
children. His last name begins with R.
8) Israeli prime minister, born in Palestine. His last name begins with S.
9) American comedian and actress and QVC maven. Her last name
begins with R.
10) Big-band star, once married to Ava Gardner. His last name begins
with S.
11) Olympic swimming champ. His last name begins with S.
12) Soviet revolutionary. His last name begins with T.
13) American comedian; you may know his Chanukah song. His last
name begins with S.
14) The voice of Bugs Bunny. His last name begins with B.
15) America's most famous Jewish politician. His last name begins with L.

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