Weinstein Named on
Board of Bar Assn.
Mr Airs. Max Glass
MR. AND MRS. MAX GLASS
At a dinner for relatives and
friends hexa at the Oak Manor
Crystal Room, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Glass observed their golden an-
Mr. and Mrs. Glass, 17167 Stoe-
pel, were married in Barberton,
Ohio, June 7, 1904. They have
lived in Detroit for 36 years. Mr.
Glass is a retired tailor.
By Mildred Grosberg Bellin
( Copyright, 1964, Jewish Telegraphic
LAMB SHISH KEBOBS WITH
About 2-lbs. lean boneless lamb shoul-
1 No. 2 can pineapple chunks
1/4 cup white vinegar
1/4 cup catsup
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 /2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
2 tablespoons soy sauce
25 squares green pepper
Have all fat and gristle removed
from the lamb before it is weighed.
Cut the meat into 30 cubes. Drain the
pineapple thoroughly and measure
one cup of the syrup. Place the cup of
syrup, the vinegar, catsup, brown
sugar, salt, ginger, and soy sauce in a
bowl and stir to blend. Add the lamb
and stir to coat each piece. Cover the
bowl and refrigerate for several hours.
Drain and reserve the marinade. Have
the green pepper cut into 11/2-inch
squares. Parboil them for 4 minutes
and drain. Add the pepper squares
and 25 pineapple cubes to the marin-
ade, stir to coat, then drain and again
reserve the marinade. Arrange the
lamb, pepper squares, and pineapple
alternately on 5 medium skewers, be-
ginning and ending with the meat.
Broil to the desired degree, and baste
several times with the reserved mar-
inade as the meat cooks. Allow one
or two skewers for each portion, as
Hadassah Launches Member Drive
Detroit Chapter Hadassah
groups will honor new and pros-
pective members at a series of
parties touching off their citywide
membership campaign. Door-to-
door enrollment solicitations also
will be part of the campaign be-
ginning next week.
Sherwood Group will hold a
"Member Bring a Prospective
Member" luncheon-garden party
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Mandell Berman, 18065
Hamilton. Membership vice presi-
dent Mrs. Morris Kaner and chair-
man Mrs. Jack Shenkman are in
charge of arrangements. Mrs. Na-
than Millstein will demonstrate
garden floral arrangements.
University North and University
South groups have scheduled a
joint garden party 2:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Julius
Schwartz, 8060 Fairfield. Chair-
men of the day are Mrs. Paul
Deutch and Mrs. N. Schmideberg,
membership vice president.
Evergreen Group will hold a
garden party-musicale 2:30 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Edward Kersch, 19190 Sorrento.
William J. Weinstein, trial law-
yer, partner in the law firm of
Gussin, Weinstein and Kroll, has
been elected a director of the De-
troit Bar Association to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resig-
nation from the board of immedi-
ate past president Dennis Boyle.
native De- c7
troiter, the new
director took his
law degree from
Univers i t y. In
World War II,
as a Marin
Corps captain, he
participated as a
comman d e r in
the invasion of the Marshall
Islands, Saipan, Tinian and Iwo
Jima. He is presently a colonel in
the Marine Corps, commanding
the 13th Regimental Staff Group
at Brodhead Armory.
Weinstein is a lecturer, author
and former chairLian of the Negli-
gence Section of the State Bar
and former chairman of the Re-
corder's Court Committee of the
Detroit Bar. Last year he served
on the Michigan Supreme Court
committee on standard jury in-
structions. A Fellow of the Inter-
national Academy of Trial Law-
yers, he is associate editor of the
NACCA Law Journal. He is a
member of the board of trustees
of Congregation B'nai David.
By Piece or Sliced
2 lbs. lean boneless shoulder lamb
cut into 24 cubes
cup sweet kosher grape wine
cup white vinegar
1/ cup vegetable oil
1 large onion minced
1/2 small canned or boiled onions
20 medium-sized mushroom caps
1 teaspoon salt
1 14 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon oregano
20 1 1/2-inch squares green pepper
Marinate the meat for 24 hours in
a mixture of the wine, vinegar, oil,
onion, salt, pepper, and oregano. Par-
boil the mushroom caps and green
pepper for 4 minutes and drain. On
each of four long skewers arrange the
ingredients in the following order: a
cube of meat, a mushroom cap, a
square of green pepper; meat, mush-
room. pepper, and onion; meat, mush-
room cap, pepper. onion; meat mush-
room cap, pepper, and onion; then
meat, mushroom, pepper and meat.
Spoon marinade over all and broil un-
til as well-done as desired. This amount
and choice meats and poultry.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 26, 1964
Membership chairmen Mrs. M.
Scheiman and Mrs. L. Rosen will
Bagley South group will hold
a garden party 12:30 p.m. Aug 25
at the home of Mrs. Louis Kash-
dan, 18897 Goldwin, Southfield.
Mrs. Ben Krugel, membership
vice president, will be in charge
All other Hadassah groups will
honor new members at the open-
ing meetings in September.
Mrs. Ivan I. Meisner chapter
membership vice president an-
nounces that all women who join
Hadassah will be guests at an
Israeli fashion show of creations
designed by the students at the
Alice Seligsberg School in Israel,
at the culmination of the mem-
bership drive on Jan. 12.
Israel's Meat Consumers
Israel's per capita meat con-
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pounds, half of which was im-
ported frozen and half fresh
from Israeli cattle heads.
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