Terry Gladstone Takes
Bride, Janet Wiseman
Committee to Discuss
U-M KOslier Facilities
Stanley Schlessel, director of the
Kosher Dining Club program for
the National - Council of Young
Israel, will visit Detroit Tuesday
to meet with the local committee
for the continuance and expansion
of facilities at the University of
During the warm sum me r
months, when light desserts are
preferred and our markets are
full of attractive and wholesome
fruit, there is nothing like a fruit
pie to complete a summery meal.
Though meat pies are favorites in
Rabbi James I. Gordon of Young England, and fruit tarts in France,
Israel Center of Oak-Woods, chair- fruit pies are as American as
man of the local group, is assisted baseball and "hot dogs." Our
by Sanford Eisenberg, Mrs. Jacob mothers, on reaching these shares,
Goldman, Ernest Greenfield and were quick to adopt them. Here
are several types that should go'
well with your family.
Students interested in more in-
Pice Crust for two nine-inch
formation may call Rabbi Gordon,
2 1/2 cups flour.
U.S. Post Office to Issue
Yule Stamp With Madonna
MRS. TERRY GLADSTONE
Janet Gail Wiseman recently be-
came the bride of Terry Val Glad-
stone in: a ceremony at Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Milton Rosen-
Parents of the couple are Mrs.
Samuel A. Wiseman of Stratford
Dr., Southfield and the late Sam-
uel A. Wiseman. and Mrs. Sherre
V. Gladstone of Westhampton Rd.,
Lynn Karen Wiseman, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor. Lissa
Gladstone, sister of the bride-
groom, was bridesmaid. Bruce Lev-
ine was best man, and Michael
and • Robert Wiseman, brothers of
the bride, were ushers.
for Lodge Chairmen
The Metrapolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council will hold a member-
ship seminar for all lodge chair-
men 8:30 p. m., Wednesday, at
the council office, 19951 Livernois.
Paul Liebert of Grand Rapids,
first vice president of District 6,
will be guest speaker.
Max Kushner, council vice presi-
dent and membership chairman,
who will attend a District 6 mem-
bership • workshop in Chicago Sun-
day, will report district policy de-
cisions at the seminar.
Assisting Kushner on the mem-
bership committee are Sam Freed-
man, William Katz, James Laker,
Charles Fink, Gerald Harris, Ben
Mandell, Saul Schwartz and Ben
Weinstein. Harry Weinberger, past
president of the council, will serve
as committee consultant.
Bernard Panush, council presi-
dent, announces that the official
summer membership drive started
July 1, and will continue through
Panush will attend a council
presidents' workshop to be held
at the Sherman Hotel in Chica-
go this weekend. The purpose of
the workshop is to acquaint the
leadership of the Bnai Britb
councils with the over-all pro-
gram of activities for the corn-
ing year in District 6.
Panush will report on the Chica-
go workshop at the next council
delegates meeting July 27 at the
* * *
Local Bnai Brith Women
to Serve District Six
• At the recently • concluded Dis-
trict 6 Convention in Winnipeg,
Mrs. Sidney .Eidelman, past presi-
dent of the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith, Women's Council, was
elected district treasurer.
Elected to serve on the District
6 board of directors were Mes-
dames Jack Sayles, Charles Galin-
sky and Alan Nathan, all past presi-
dents of the council, and Mrs. Rob-
ert LeWiston, past president of the
Harry B. Keidan Cthapter. They
will serve under Mrs. Philip Fealk,
newly elected president of District
6, who has also served as a past
president of the Detroit Council.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
Post Office Department will issue
a special postage stamp for the
coming Christmas which will bear
the figures of the Madonna and
Post Office officials said that a
"Madonna and Child with an An-
gel" painting by the Flemish paint-
er Hans Memlinc, which is in the
National Gallery of Art in Wash-
ington, was chosen this year_to be
reproduced on the special Christ-
It was said that this is not the
first time that the Christmas stamp
bears a religious symbol. Last year
the Christmas stamp bore a repro-
duction of a painting of the Angel
Gabriel with a horn.
1 teaspoon baking powder.
1 teaspoon salt.
1 cup vegetable shortening.
About 1/2 cup ice water.
Sift flour, baking powder and salt to-
gether, cut in vegetable shortening
with pastry blender or fingers, gradu-
ally sprinkle enough water to hold in-
gredients together. Pat into a ball. Re-
frigerate one hour. Roll out 1/2-inch
thick, fill as directed and bake as di-
cut rhubarb (cut in 1/2-inch
11/2 cups sugar.
1/2 cup flour.
Combine sugar and 'flour, add to
Line a nine-inch plate with pastry
extending 1/2-inch above top, fill with
rhubarb mixture, cover with top crust,
which should be 1 inch larger than
top, put top crust over top and over
bottom crust, pinch 'together with
thumb and forefinger all around, prick
top with a fork and . bake 10 minutes
in 450 degree oven then lower tempera-
ture to 350 degrees. Bake until crust
is golden brown about 40 minutes in
To make rhubarb and strawberry pie
which is a very good combination, use
equal amount of strawberries and rhu-
barb (4 cups in all).
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 15, 1966-17
By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)
Sour Cherry Pie
1 quart pitted cherries.
1/2 cup flour.
1 cup sugar.
Line a 9-inch pie plate with pastry,
put 1/2 of the cherries on pastry, add
half of the flour combined with sugar,
repeat, cover, make fluted rim, prick
and bake 450 degree oven 10 minutes
and 30 minutes in 350 degree oven un-
til crust is nice and brown.
Frozen Lemon Pie
3 eggs separated.
1 /8 teaspoon salt.
1/2 cup sugar.
1 /4 cup lemon juice.
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. -
1 cup heavy cream (sweet).
12 tablespoons vanilla wafers
Beat yolks, salt and sugar in top of
double boiler, stir in lemon juice and
rind. Cook over hot water until mixture
coats spoon. Remove from fire and
chill. Beat egg whites until stiff and
fold in cream whipped stiff, add cooked
lemon and egg mixture, pour into a
pan in which 1/2 of the crumbs have
been put, sprinkle rest of crumbs on
top, put in freezer part of refrigerator
and freeze until firm.
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