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September 25, 1959 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-25

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JWF Women Reactivate Newcomers' Committee

To Reside in East
After Cerem 0 11 v Here




With the holidays in mind,
it is a good idea to do a little
baking in advance, especially of
tidbits like cookies that keep
well in cookie jars or other
well closed containers. We have
a few easy-to-prepare recipes
that should come in handy, and
here they are:

1 cup dried figs, preferably the
black mission kind
1 cup pitted unsweetened dates
1 cup seeded raisins
1 cup candied orange or mixed
fruit peels
1 cup candied cherries (red and/or
1 cup walnut bits (or chopped
mixed nuts)
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon sherry or rum


Cong. Shaarey Zedek was the
scene of the Sept. 7 marriage of
the former Judith Sanders to
Avrum Goodie. Rabbi Morris
Adler and Cantor Jacob H. Son-
enklar officiated.
Parents of the bride are Dr.
and Mrs Alexander W. Sanders.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodie, of
West Haven, Cohn.
The new Mrs. Goodie wore a
gown of white silk, styled with
Alencon lace and having a
frosted pearl motif on the
bodice. The elbow-length sleeves
were caught in folds and held
by appliques of the lace, and
her bouffant, floor-length skirt
belled to a chapel train.
The bride chose a fitted cap
to hold in place her four-tiered
veil of silk illusion, and she
carried a bouquet of white
roses, stephanotis and ivy on
her prayer book.
Marion Sanders was her sis-
ter's maid of honor, and Mrs.
Richard J. Sanders, her sister-
in-law, was matron of honor.
The bridegroom's brother, Ken-
neth Goodie, was his best man,
while Dr. Richard J. Sanders,
the bride's brother, served as
head usher.
Out-of-town guests attended
the ceremony from West Haven,
Conn., Long Island, N.Y., Chi-
cago, Cleveland and Ottawa,
Following a honeymoon in
the East, the newlyweds will
make their home in Bridgeport,

Name Two State Leaders
to Nat'l Children's Center

Mrs. Marcus Lebster, of Flint.
and Jacob Weiner, of Grand
Rapids, were re-elected to the
board of trustees of Bellefaire
at the 91st annual meeting of
the national resident treatment
cent e r for emotionally mal-
adjusted children, Saturday and
Sunday in Cleveland.
Mrs. Lebster, a member of
the board of the Jewish Com-
munity Council and a member
of the YWCA board in Flint,
is a graduate social worker.
Weiner, the executive of a
shoe store chain, is a trustee
of Ahavas Israel congregation
in Grand Rapids.

card of appreciation

Mr. & Mrs.






& Son

wish to thank their

many friends and rela-

Lives for the sincere

expressions of sympa-

thy expressed to Mrs.

Schaver following the

death of her father,

Jacob Lazaroff.



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Put all except the juice and
sherry or rum through the food
chopper using the medium
blade, or chop in a wooden
bowl. Add the liquids a little at
a time and combine with a fork
or knead with greased fingers
and form into rolls 1-inch
thick. Dust well with confec-
tioners' sugar for easier han-
dling, or roll in colored sugar
on a kneading board. Cut into
1/4-inch thick rounds and place
on any flat platter or a cookie
sheet that has been lined with
aluminum foil. Let stand over-
night to dry slightly. In the

Israel Consul Here
from New York to
Talk at LZO Parley

Yaakov Morris, Israel Consul
in New York, will be guest
speaker at the opening of the
third annual city conference of
Labor Zionist .Organization of
Detroit Saturday evening at the
Hayim Greenberg Center.
Born in Bel-
fast, Ireland„
Morris settled
in Israel in
1947. He was
an active
member of the
Haganah un-
derground and
served wit h
the Israel De-
fense Army
during the
War of Independence. In 1949
he was appointed head of the
section for English-speaking
countries of the youth and
hechalutz department of the
Jewish Agency, a position he
held for five years. During this
time he was also correspondent
for British, American and Is-
raeli newspapers and journals.
Morris joined the Ministry for
Foreign Affairs in 1955, serving
with the Information Depart-
ment until his appointment in
October, 1957, as director of the
research department of the Is-
rael Office of Information.
Also on the conference pro-
gram will be an installation of
officers, conducted by Pinchas
Cruso, national president of the
Labor Zionist Organization. A
musical interlude will be given
by vocalist Shoshana Freedman.
Business sessions will be held
on Sunday morning, to be con-
cluded with a luncheon featur-
ing Cruso as guest speaker.
The community is invited to
the Saturday evening event.

Studio Talks at Center

Studio Talks, a series of in-
formal demonstrations and dis-
cussions by staff instructors,
will be offered this fall by the
art department of the Jewish
Community Center.
This free series will allow
Center instructors to discuss
art informally. Betty Conn will
give a mosaics demonstration
at the opening program, Oct. 8.
Jay Holland will explain
methods of sculpture on Oct.
29. Marvin Beerbohm will dem-
onstrate painting techniques on
Nov. 16.

morning top each with an al-
mond half or other nut meat
and press down slightly. Or, mix
some confectioners' sugar with
enough fruit juice to a con-
sistency thick enough to form
into tiny balls. Color some of
this with red vegetable color-
ing, some with yellow or green
and leave some white. Makes
for variety that is most attrac-
tive. Yield depends on size and
thickness of cut rounds. Store
in layers with aluminum foil
between, in any cool place.

1 cup confectioners' sugar
1 tablespoon vegetable margarine
1 tablespoon orange or lemon
5 or 6 drops of sherry or rum

Combine with a fork in the
order listed to make the desired
consistency. Confectioners' su-
gar may be added if necessary,
or a drop or two of the liquid
to achieve the desired thick-
ness of this mixture.

FRENCH TARTS (Called Franzipan)
21/4 cups vegetable margarine
71/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 cup sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 eggs, beaten well

Cut shortening into dry in-
gredients that have been sifted
together into a large mixing
bowl. Add beaten eggs and
knead with the fingers to form
a compact ball of dough. Pinch
off small pieces and press into
greased 1 1/2-inch size muffin
pans pressing with the fingers
to achieve an even lining of
each. Place a teaspoonful of
marmalade of your choice (or-
ange, orange-grapefruit is fine)
in each, then top with the fol-
lowing filling;

cup vegetable margarine
cup sugar
11/2 cups almond paste (commercial
or home-made)
2 1/4 cups cornstarch
1 1/2 cups eggs
6 tablespoons orange or lemon
juice (or sherry)
1 tablespoon vanilla

3 4
3 4

Combine ingredients, pre-
ferably in an electric mixer or
with any other rotary blender.
If almond paste is not available,
there is a less expensive paste
made of nut kernels at almost
any food shop, which can be
used as a good substitute. We
have also found an equal
amount of peanut butter and
either of these nut pastes makes
an excellent combination. Fill
each of the tarts to about -% full
as this filling rises during the
baking. Bake 20 minutes in a
pre-heated oven at 400 deg. F.
or till tops are lightly browned.
These filled tarts may be stored
in the freezer for many weeks.
Be sure to pack carefully in
suitable paper or aluminum con-
tainers. Yields approximately
10 small tarts that are a Yomtov
special treat.

A Newcomers' Committee has Rubiner, • Oscar D. Schwartz,
been reactivated by the Wo- Morris A. Wayne, Arthur Y.
men's Division of the Jewish Winer and Raymond Zweig.
Welfare .Federation under the
leadership of Mrs. Leo Oreck-
Mrs. Alan E. Schwartz has in-
vited newcomers and new brides
Orchestra - Entertainment
to her home, 2840 Cambridge,
302 Fox Building
for a dessert luncheon, 12:30
p.m., Wednesday.
WO 2-4814
UN 4-4346
A program featuring the
work of the Federation and its
agencies will be presented by a
panel, including Mesdames Ar-
thur I Gould, Sidney J. Karbel
and Harold A. Robinson.
Bar Mitzvahs
Formals, Candids, 3 D's. Movies
Members of the committee
For Quality Workmanship
planning the affair under the di-
Call Mr. Rosen
UN 1-9000
rection of Mrs. Orecklin are:
Mesdames Henry H. Berris, I
Irving Bittker, Jerome B. Gross-
man, John C. Hopp, Jr., Harry
L. Jones, Jay M. Kogan, Marvin
B. Levy, Adolf Lowe, Richard
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Lurie, Martin Mayer, Stuart
Mittenthal, Herman H. Prady,
Latest Medically
Louis G. Redstone, Charles H.
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of B'nai B'rith

Membership Dance

Sunday, Sept. 27

Detroit-Leland Hotel

9:00 P.M.

English Room


Gentlemen's donation . . . $2.00

Ladies' admission by PAID-UP Membership only

Temple Israel Young Adults
Will Set Squares Reeling

Squareman's Hop, the second
annual square dance of the
Temple Israel Young Adults,
will be held at the temple at
8 p.m. Sunday.
Featuring the band of Jim
Schulteis, the dance is open to
both members and non-mem-
bers. Refreshments will be serv-
ed, according to social chairmen
Barbara Sherock and Phyllis
Anyone interested in mem-
bership in the Young Adults
group can contact Jan Green,
president, at UN 3-8163, or
Brenda R y cu s, membership
chairman, at UN 2-5285.

Arlazaroff Branch to Begin
Zionist Activities Oct. 21

Arlazaroff Branch of the Far-
band will begin its season of
activities with a banquet and
concert, Oct. 21 at the Hayim
Greenberg Center.

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