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December 17, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-17

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Dickman-Martin Vows
Exchanged in Ceremony

Cooper-Friedman Troth AJCommittee Starts
Membership Drive
Told in Los Angeles

Hanukah Menu

For the first time in its history,
the American Jewish Committee
— 59 year-old
22 small pancakes. The recipe may
human relations
be doubled.
*


agency — is con-
Balkan Chicken or Capon with Rice
ducting a mem-
1 roasting chicken or capon
bership - ex-
1, f2, pound very lean hamburger
2 medium onions, chopped fine
pansion cam-
2 tablespoons olive or vegetable oil
paign on a na-
1 rounded tablespoon tomato paste
2 tablespoons parve margarine
tionwide basis.
3/8 cup dry white wine
1 2 cup water
William Rosen-
1 tablespoon minced parsley
wald, honorary
1 teaspoon sugar
1 heaping tablespoon pine nuts
vi c e president,
(pinolas)
has been ap-
6 cooked, diced chestnuts
Salt and pepper to taste
pointed organiz-
1/4 cup matzo meal
ing chairman of
1/8 cup brandy
3 io 4 cups cooked rice, to taste
the Metropolitan
Have the chicken or capon prepared
New York phase
for stuffing. Brown the hamburger
of the drive.
and onions in the oil, mashing the
meat with a fork as it cooks to keep
Orin Lehman,
it in tiny particles. Add the tomato
Rosenwald
secretary of the
paste, wine, water, parsley, sugar,
MISS JUDITH COOPER
pine nuts, chestnuts, and salt and
American Jewish Committee, is as-
pepper to taste. Simmer for 15 min-
utes, stirring occasionally. Remove
Mrs. Reba Small of Los Angeles sociate chairman.
from the heat and stir in the matzo
announces
the engagement of her
meal and brandy. Cool. Sprinkle the
inside of the bird with salt and pep- daughter Judith Sharon Cooper to
per to taste and fill with the prepared
mixture. Fasten the opening with Milton David Friedman, son of Mr.
poultry pins and string. Sprinkle the and Mrs. Hyman Friedman of Santa
and his ORCHESTRA
outside skin with additional salt and
pepper to taste. Place the bird breast Barbara Ave.
"Music at Its Best
side up on the rack of a deep roaster.
for Your Guests"
Miss Cooper is a senior in Wayne
Add an additional cup of water to
the pan, cover the roaster tightly, State University's college of ed-
and cook for 2 hours at 400°F. with-
out lifting the cover. Place the bird ucation, and her fiance, a graduate
on a platter, remove the pins and of WSU, is attending the Univer-
string, and serve at once. Pass the I .
gravy separately and serve with the I stty of Michigan Medical School.
rice. This amount serves 6, as the
An early summer wedding is
PHOTOGRAPHY by
stuffing is mostly meat and smaller
portions of the poultry are needed.
planned.
BERNARD H.

By MILDRED GROSBERG BELLIN

(Copyright, 1965, JTA, Inc.)

Our faith, our freedom, and
the courage to fight for both of
them — this is the inspiring theme
of Hanukah, based on the historic
story of the Maccabees and the
legend of Judith. Today, as in the
past, our people have many ways
of displaying their gratitude for
the blessings which Hanukah
signifies, from ennobling sermons
and inspiring plays to symbolic
foods and children's games. Each
in its own manner contributes to
the meaning the holiday has for us.
It has frequently been said that
being a scattered people was as
much a boon to us as a disaster.
Not only did it permit a remnant
MRS. ROBERT DICKMAN
to survive when some of us were
overcome, but it has given us an
In a candlelight ceremony Thurs- outlook that is worldwide in scope.
day evening at Cong. Shaarey The variety of customs with which
Zedek, Arlene Carol Martin be- the different groups of our people
came the bride of Robert James celebrate each holiday, customs
based on the varying lands in
Dickman. Rabbi Morris Adler and which they lived, has added a rich-
M. Robert Syme officiated.
ness to our celebrations which we
The couple's parents are Dr. could have achieved in no other I
and Mrs. Peter A. Martin, 1560 way. The foods traditional to
Lincolnshire, and Mr. and Mrs. Hanukah are no exception. Whereas
Frank Dickman, 1535 Lincolnshire. some of us may feel that the holi-
day is incomplete without latkes,
The bride wore an Empire-style, others will be equally certain that
A-line gown of silk satin, with a pastries fried in deep fat are more
long-sleeved bodice of imported like those eaten by the Macca-
Alencon lace. An attached, free- bees. For some of us, Hanukah
and roast goose are inseparable.
flowing, full-length panel of lace
Others consider chicken, turkey,
appliqued in satin adorned the or capon prepared in a special
removable chapel-length train. A !festive manner a means of making
shoulder-length circle mantilla of the holiday memorable.
matching lace. was worn as the
Our Hanukah menu this year is
bridal headpiece. She carried a blending of recipes prepared by
three roses on her consecration our Jewish housewives in many
bible.
lands. Two different combinations
Joan Martin was her sister's are suggested for the main course.
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were You may serve either roast goose
Karen Faber, Karen Munch of with buckwheat latkes and goose
California, Maxine Hormats and gravy, or a most unusual Hanukah
treat, chicken or capon Balkan
Judy Hormats of Maryland, Mrs.
Jerome Magid and Helen Horo- style accompanied by rice. The re-
mainder of the menu goes well
,witz.
with either combination. You will
Robert Hormats of Maryland notice that the peas called for are
was best man. Richard Martin, the the very tiny ones which are some-
bride's brother, was head usher. times labeled petit pois. You could
Other ushers were Donald Wagner, substitute the regular canned peas
Edward Mardigian Jr., Robert Tur- or the frozen ones, but these very
kel of California, Robert Spector, tiny peas have a different flavor
Seymour Grossman, Donald Solo- which will add an extra goodness
man, Howard Moss, Mitchell Kauf- to the meal. To complete the tra-
man, Howard Fixler and Duane ditional significance of the meal,
Geisz.
we have included Hesterliste, de-
After a honeymoon is Puerto licious little pastries fried in deep
Rico, the couple will reside in Oak fat.
MENU FOR A HANUKAH DINNER
Park.

William Bergs illark
,Inniversaly in Miami

Vegetable soup
Grapefruit :halves
Celery and Olives
Roast goose with buckwheat latkes
and goose gravy,
or Balkan chicken or capon with rice
Very tiny canned peas Tossed Salad
Assorted rolls
Hesterliste
Dried fruit compote
Tea

Mr. and Mrs. William Berg,

Buckwheat Latkes (Parve)
former Detroiters residing in
cake yeast
Miami Beach, will celebrate their 1 1 '2 cup
lukewarm water
50th anniversary this month.
1 cup fine buckwheat flour
1 egg, beaten light
The Bergs, married in Detroit, 2 tablespoons melted vegetable
shortening
lived here 45 years prior to Mr.
tablespoon sugar
Berg's retirement. They have two 1
1 /2 teaspoon salt
sons, also former Detroiters, Syd-
Dissolve the yeast in the water. Add
ney of Columbus, 0., and Bernard the flour. Cover with a tea cloth,
and let rise at 85°F. until light. Add
of Cincinnati; and seven grand- the remaining ingredients, beat until
children. The Bergs will be joined blended, and let rise again for 30
Cook on a well-oiled griddle
by their children on the occasion. minutes.
pan over medium heat. Use about 1

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, December 17, 1965

spoonful of batter for each pancake.
Turn the cakes over only once, when
the top begins to look dry and is cov-
ered with bubbles. This amount makes

FRANK PAUL

EL 7-1799

Hesterliste (parve recipe)
4 teaspoons soft parve margarine
1 /4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon water
1 egg, slightly beaten
1 teaspoon brandy
About 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour

Cream all the ingredients excz.pt
the flour until well-blended. Add
enough flour to make a stiff dough
Knead until smooth. Divide the dough
into 12 parts and roll out each part
as thin as possible without tearing.
Make 3 lengthwise slashes in the cen-
ter of each piece. Fry 2 at a time in
deep hot fat, 375°F., until the bot-
toms are a deep brown. Turn over
very carefully with a perforated skim-
iner and brown the tops. Drain on
absorbent paper and sprinkle gen-
erously with equal parts of ground
cinnamon and sugar mixed together.
If you wish to serve Hesterliste at
a dairy meal, use 1 teaspoon of soft
butter in place of the 4 teaspoons of
margarine and 1 tablespoon of light
cream in place of the tablespoon of
water.

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will sponsor a Hanukah party for
members 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Workmen's Circle Center. Refresh-
ments and games will be featured.

For Millionaires Only

KE 1 -8 1 96

Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

• ZAN GILBERT

From LONDON, ENGLAND

and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to your Individual Taste"

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Marriages

ETTINGER-ARLIN: Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Arlin of Motorway Rd.,
Pontiac, announce the recent mar-
riage of their daughter Beverly
Doris to Leshek Ettinger at
Temple Beth Sholom, Tustin, Calif.
The bride, professor of fine arts
at Fullerton College, received her
bachelor of arts and masters de-
grees at Michigan State University
and has done advanced graduate
research toward her doctorate in
art history at the University of
Florence. Mr. Ettinger, a former
captain in the Israeli Defense
Forces, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mayer Ettinger of Tel Aviv. He is
majoring in mechanical engineering
at Chapman College. The ceremony
was performed by Rabbi Robert
Bergman and Cantor Harvey Gold-
stein. Ushers and bridesmaids were
Dr. and Mrs. Joshua Alpern and
Dr. and Mrs. Allan Cohen. A recep-
tion and dinner followed at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Cohen. The
couple honeymooned at Cannel-
by-the-Sea.

WINER

Radomer Aid Celebration

The Sholem Aleichem Institute

announces a

Zing Bing Go Go Fun Night

on

Monday, December 13th, 8:00 p.m.

19350 Greenfield Road, near W. Seven Mile Road

Many Wonderful Prizes
Tickets Obtainable At The Door—Donation $1.00

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