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June 12, 1964 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-12

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Jewish Center Airs Summer Program for Adults, Teens and Tween-Agers

Mondrow-Pollock
Engagement Told

A ceramics class with Vincent
The Jewish Center is once again
offering a diversified summer pro- Thomas as instructor will meet
on Monday evenings.
gram for adults and 7th-12th grade
For information and registration,
youth. For adults, a beginners
bridge class will be held on Mon- call the Adult Division, DI 1-4200.
Activities for 7th-9th graders will
day and Wednesday mornings and
intermediate in the afternoons for again feature the Summer Social-
ten weeks starting July 6. Both izer Clubs, which meet for three
classes will be taught by Dan week periods. taking trips over-
night camp-outs and participating
Keisten.
"What Happened in Babylonia?" in sports and socials.
The groups meet. Mondays and
is a new Wednesday evening class
starting July I, with Rabbi I. Wednesdays 2-5 p.m., and Thurs-
Paneth as instructor. This class . days 2-8 p.m.
Safari '64 is the title for a pro-
will explore the social and intel-
lectual history of the Jewish gram of Tuesday trips for tweens.
people and implications for con- Drop-in activities will include
temporary problems: integration, Wednesday night Canteens, after-
assimilation, intermarriage, bilin- noon gamerooms, roller skating,
and a Friday afternoon luncheon
gualism, the Good Samaritan.
club.
For artists and would-be artists,
Activities
f o r teens (10th-12th)
.
there will be a 14-session drawing ,
graders)
will
feature weekend
and painting class for adults on
trips
to
Interlochen,
Stratford, Nia-
Wednesday afternoons, starting .
gara Falls and Holly Recreation
June 15. Deanna Sperka is instruc-
tor. An outdoor ch-awing and paint- Area.
A regular feature will be beach
, ing class will meet for eight Thurs-
trips and early evening summer
day mornings, with Mary Beer-
activities.Informal teens programs
. bohm as instructor.
include a regular lounge, after-

noon gameroom, roller skating, and

I

MISS SHARON MONDROW

.

Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Sharon Mon-
drow to Howard J. Pollock, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Pollock,
of Greenlawn Ave.
The bride-elect, daughter of Mrs.
Morris Mond•ow of Stoepel Ave., Jewish Welfare Groups
attends Wayne State University's Farm Body in Europe
College of Education. Her fiance
GENEVA (JTA)—The Standing
attends the University of Michigan Conference of European Jewish
Medical School.
Community Services has formally
A June, 1965 wedding is plan- constituted itself as an official
ned.
council representing the central
welfare organizations of Jewish
communities of Europe.
The announcement was made
by Dr. Astorre Mayer, chairman of
By Mildred Grosberg Bellin
the Standing Conference.
(Copyright, 1964. JTA, Inc.)

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1 tablespoon butter
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21
Friday, June 12, 1964

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In a large, heavy frying pan or skillet
melt the butter over medium-low heat.
Add the farina and stir for 15 minutes.
Remove from the heat, and thoroughly
blend in the almonds. salt, sugar and
cinnamon. Stir in the milk, return to
the heat, and stir for 5 minutes, until
smooth and thickened. Scrape the
bottom as you stir to prevent the pud-
ding from sticking. Pour into an oiled
3-cup mold and cover the surface with
waxed paper. Chill. Unmold and serve
with whipped cream. This pudding is
very rich and will serve from 5 to 6,
as the portions should be small.

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In a one-quart saucepan combine the
milk, farina, and sugar. Cook over
medium heat, stirring constantly, until
the mixture thickens and comes to a
boil. Scrape the bottom as you stir to
prevent the pudding from sticking. Stir
in the salt and butter. As soon as the
butter has melted and blended into the
farina mixture, remove from the heat.
Add a few spoonfuls of the pudding
to the slightly beaten egg yolks, blend
well, then stir this into the main part
of the mixture. Return to the heat, and
stir for one minute. Remove from the
heat again, and stir in the vanilla. Beat
the egg whites stiff and fold the pud-
ding into them. Pour into a wet one-
quart mold, and cover the surface with
waxed paper. Chill until firm. Unmold
and serve with stewed fruit, or sliced
fresh strawberries or peaches. For a
richer dessert, add a topping of whip-
ped cream. This amount serves 6.


*
FARINA MOLD (BALKAN)
1/2 cup butter
1 cup quick-cooking farina
1/2 cup finely ground blanched almonds
teaspoon salt
1 cup sugar
1 /4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 cup rich milk

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INCORPORATED

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members as well as outstanding
pictures by advanced students of
the Center photo class. The photo
instructor is Dinty Moore.

a Friday afternoon discussion
group.
Teens and tweens may also part-
icipate in various interest groups
and classes. The physical educa-
tion program will include open
gym and swimming, as well as
sports classes.
The Center will again offer a
summer membership for teens and
tweens, with full membership pri-
veleges June 15-September 15.
For further information, call the
Youth Division, DI 14200.
A hay ride for teen center mem-
bers will be sponsored by the
Youth Division 7-10 p.m. Tuesday
at the Lucky Stables. Registration
deadline is June 14. The regular
Teen Lounge will be closed on
this date.
*
*
"The Print of the Year" photo
show of the Center Camera Club
will be on display through June
15 at the Center.
The show includes prize-winning
photos by Center Camera Club

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35c each

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