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June 07, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-07

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People Make News

Morris J. Janoff, who last
week was elected president of
the American Jewish Press Asso-
ciation, is editor-publisher of the
Jewish Stand-
' ard, Jersey
City, N. J. Jan-
off holds a
B. A. degree
from Newark
University and
an LL.B. from
New Jersey
,L a w School,
now connected
with Rutgers
University.
Last year he
; was chosen to
receive H u d-
son Section
Women's
American Jew-
i s h Congress
Amity Award.
Janoff
He h a s been
cited for his activities by UJA
and has won a number of other
commendations.
*
Brandeis University today an-
nounced plans for expanding its
program in the physical sciences
through the establishment of an
Astrophysics Institute . for re-
search and training. Dr. JACK
S. GOLDSTEIN, associate pro-
fessor of astrophysics at Bran-
deis, will direct the new insti-
tute.
* * *
LIDA EPSTEIN, 16735 Tul-
ler, received the President's
Award given annually to out-
standing scholars in _the. gradu-
ating class of Wayne State Uni-
versity. She is also a member
of Phi Beta Kappa and will take
part in' the university's gradu-
ation- ceremonies to be held
June 20.
* * *
BETTY KOWALSKY a n d
JEROME STASSON will pre-
sent their piano and violin stu-
dents in recital 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Baldwin Recital Hall.
*
*
JUDY ASCHER, a member of
the National Honor Society from
Henry Ford High School, the
American Field Service choice
as foreign exchange student
from the school and recipient of
the D.A.R. good citizen award
of the year at Ford, has been
named recipient of a full schol-
arship to Wayne State Univer-
sity. She will enroll in the fall.

AARON ZUCKER, assistant
executive director of the De-
troit Jewish Community Cen-
ter, was elected to the execu-
tive committee of the National
Association of Jewish Center
Workers at the organization's
annual conference in Cleveland.
* *
BERTRAM H. GOLD, execu-
tive director of the Jewish Cen-
ters Association of Los Angeles,
and ARNULF lVf. PINS, director
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board's Personnel and Training
Services, were named co-win-
ners of the major annual award
of the National Conference of
Jewish Communan Service at
its 65th annual meeting in

Clevelnad, for their joint paper,
"Effective Preparation for Jew-
ish Community Center Work."
SANFORD S'OLENDER, execu-
tive vice-president of JWB, was
honored by the National Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Work-
ers with an illuminated scroll
paying tribute to the "invalu-
able leadership" he "has given
to the field of social work and
more specifically to the Jewish
Community Center movement."

* *

WILLIAM A. BOSTICK has
opened his one-man show at
the Grinnell Galleries, to con-
tinue through June 22, an-
nounces Lester B. Arwin, direc-
tor. Bostick, a familiar name in
the art world, is secretary-busi-
ness manager of the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
*
LOUIS J. COHEN became a
double winner last week in the

annual Michigan State Bridge
Tournament, teaming with HER-
MAN TANN to win the one ses-
sion open pair championship,
and with DAN KELSTON to
take the men's pairs.
* *
BENJAMIN M. KAHN, na-
tional director of the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations, will give the
main address at Brandeis Uni-
versity's baccalaureate service
Saturday.

Radomer Society Will
Hold Surprise Party

Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
ciety will honor two of its ac-
tive members at a surprise
party 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle, 18340 W.
Seven Mile. The organization
will purchase an Israel Bond
in honor of the 15th anniversary
of the State of Israel. Dinner
will be served.

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By Request: Lekach,
Honey Cake Recipe

In response to a request from
a reader, we publish the follow-
ing recipe for Honey Cake —
Lekach:

4 eggs, 1/2 cup coffee or
6. eggs 1 cup sugar
1 cup honey
2 tablespoons oil
1 /2 cup raisins
cup chopped walnuts
1 /4 cup chopped mixed fruit
% teaspoon all spice
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon cloves
2 teaspoons apricot brandy
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
3% cups flour
If a spongier cake is preferred,
use the six eggs and omit coffee.
However 4 egg cake is delicious.
Beat eggs well, add the sugar
gradually and continue beating until
light. Stir in the honey, the oil,
coffee, and then the rest of the
ingredients. Sift the flour, baking
powder, soda together and add last.
Pour into a paper-lined and oiled
pan and sprinkle a few blanched
halved almonds on top. Bake in a
slow oven (310 degrees) for one
hour. Invert the pan and allow, the
cake to cool before removing.

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