TIM DETROIT-JEWISH NEWS'
Friday, April 4, 1969-25
'Passover in Israel'
**. Oneg Shabat Subject
if * ENTERTAIENT
`Creati e Woman' to Be Guest Newlywed
Travel to Virgin Islands
at 2-Day Shaarey Zedek Event
Announcing Detroit Council Pio-
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neer Women's annual Passover
It will be a "Woman's World" Arthur J. Goldberg, former per-
PUPPET SHOW, PICK POCKET„ar oneg Shabat, Mrs. Victor Ross, April 22 when Dorothy K. Gold- manent representative of the U.S.
berg opens the two-day conference to the United Nations.
that the program has been plan- sponsored by Shaarey Zedek Sis-
terhood at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Goldberg, author of "The
Saturday at Mrs. Mondry's home, Creative Woman," is the wife of
22902 S. Bellwood, Southfield.
Goldie Adler will recall "Pass
over in Israel" and offer recipes
used during this week.
Mrs. Morris Friedman will give
a number of Yiddish readings re-
lating to the holiday.
ned by Mrs. Harry Mondry, oneg
AAgNency-T( Shabat chairman, for 1:30 p.m.,
New . Confirmation
Nothing reveals a man's char-
acter better than the kind of joke
at which he takes offense.—G. C.
KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY, Inc.
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awl Thursday, April 9th and 10th.
A Happy Passover to All
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Israel celebrates its 21st birthday
on April 23. The state has proven
that nothing will stop her from
fulfilling her goal: becoming a
home for the Jews.
Israel is the melting-pot of cul-
tures, habits and tastes of immi-
grants from 70 countries. Each
ethnic group adopts something
from the others and contributes
something of its own.
Speaking in food terms, humus
is one example of reciprocity. It is
an Eastern dish that has been
adopted by all Israelis, and has
become a favorite. The European
Jew, who is used to somewhat
sweet "gefilte fish," likes to eat
humus. Watching him enjoy this
piquant dish, one can appreciate
the meaning of "integration."
The dish is made of garbanzo
beans (chick-peas). It has the con-
sistency of a "dip" and is served
as an appetizer.
1 cup garbanzo beans ichick-peas)
2 tbls. lemon juice
2 cloves garlic—mashed
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. cumin
1 cup prepared tahtna dressing
For garnish: ripe olives, pickles,
1. Soak the beans overnight. They will
double in volume.
2. Cook in salted water until tender,
about 11/2 hours.
3. Grind the beans in a meat grinder
4. Add the other ingredients, except oil
(If using a blender, add lemon juice
and tahlna dressing as your liquids;
blend small amounts at a time.)
5. Mix well and correct seasoning to
our taste . k dip consistency should
be of a thic
To serve: Spread a thin layer on a
salad plate. Sprinkle with olive oil in
the center. Garnish with olives, parsley
and pickles. You may add. a dash of
paprika. Humus is served with Syrian
bread or white bread. The traditional
way of eating is by dipping the bread
into the humus without using fork or
knife. Humus can also be served as a
dip, with pieces of Syrian bread or po-
tato . chi ps.
1 small package sesame seeds
1/2 cup water
juice from one lemon
1 tsp. garlic salt
1. Blend all Ingredients in a blender at
high speed. It has to be of white
color and unified consistency.
THE COTTLER and COHEN FAMILIES
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF THE
DEXTER DAVISON MARKETS
"Where Old Friends Meet to Shop"
griends and Customers
Now on the board of the United
Nations Association, she has been
reappointed for the third time to
the President's Commission for
Employment of the Handicapped.
Previously, when her husband was
a U.S. Supreme Court justice, she
organized the Friends of the Juv-
enile Court, and has been assoc-
iated with the problems of the
drop-out and with organizing pro-
grams for gifted students. She was
one of the founders of the D.C.
Citizens for Better Education.
When her husband was secre-
tary of labor, she enlisted volun-
teers for a number of projects
later incorporated into the anti-
poverty program. She had also
taken an active part in the found-
ing of the Associated Artists Gal-
lery in Washington where she in-
augurated several art enrichment
programs. She has a PhD degree
in art education from the Univer-
sity of Chicago and also studied
at the Art Institute of Chicago and
with private teachers.
In 1963, Mrs. Goldberg wrote
"The Creative Woman," a book
of essays syndicated in metro-
politan newspapers and is still
MRS. DAVID GUMENICK
Janet Eileen Klayman became
the bride of David Aaron Gumen-
ick Sunday at Knollwood Country
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Max E. Klayman of Or-
leans Pl., Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Gumenick of Prairie
Following a honeymoon i■ the
Virgin Islands, the couple will
make their home in Southfield.
Attending his brother as best
man was Herbert Gumenick, and
maid of honor was Barbara Kosit
Seating the guests were Roger
Gottfried, Dr. Irwin Gutenberg
and Stewart Shear.
Hunger is the handmaid of gen-
MRS. WALTER FIELD
used in university programs and
adult education classes geared
to the continuing education of
women and preparation for lei-
Community to Pay
Last Respects to
Late Levi Eshkol
The third annual conference, to
be held at the synagogue, is under
the direction of Mrs. Walter L.
Field, vice president of fund-rais-
ing. Mrs. Marvin Fleischman is
president: Mrs. Leonard E. Baron,
Woman's World-1969 ticket chair-
man; and the latter's co-chairmen,
Mrs. Theodore Rudner and Mrs.
J. S. Margolis.
The conference will consist of
lectures, demonstrations, boutique
shops, jewelry, antiques, hand-
made items, a cooking school, art
needle work, gardens, heirlooms
and a fashion show.
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A memorial tribute to Israel's
late prime minister, Levi Eshkol,
will be held 2:30 p.m. April 13, at
the Labor Zionist Institute. The
program was developed under the
joint auspices of the Jewish Com-
munity Council and Zionist Council
Mr. Eshkol succumbed to a
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heart attack Feb. 26 at age 72.
Participants in the Detroit trib- ■
ute include Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman ■
of Cong. Shaarey Shomayim, Mov-
sas Goldoftas and Cantor Simon
Bermanis of Cong. Beth Achim.
Judge Lawrence Gubow, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council, will represent Detroit
Next Door to
Jewry as the community pays its
last respects to Israel's late lead- DEXTER DAVISON MARKET
er, who played a major role in the
foundation and development of the
state. Isadore Shrodeck, hairman
Lower Than Discount
of the Zionist Council, will of-
The entire community Is invited.
Coolidge al 10 Mile