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November 07, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-07

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True Sisters Present Gift of -Life

INSTALLED
JUNE 1W11.1 1952
Officers of 'Detroit Lodge 41, United Order True Sisters, Inc. who
presented a $3,000 check to Charles E. Monahan for the Michigan
Kidney Foundation are (from left) trustee, Mrs. Sam Burtman;
recording secretary, Mrs. David Teache; trustee, Mrs. Gilbert Boren-
stein; and monitress, Mrs. Joseph Lupovich.
* * *

Monahan said the machine
would be used for the founda-
tion's kidney loan closet, set op
to provide the expensive devices
to those who need them for sur-
vival but do not have the funds
to obtain them.

Among the officers of United
True Sisters who attended the

presentation were Mesdames Da-
vid Teache, recording secretary;
Bernard Hirsc h, corresponding
secretary; and Barney Ross, treas-
urer.
The True Sisters, a fraternal or-
ganization, has 220 members in
Detroit and suburbs. During the
Detroit lodge's 17-year history, its
members have donated hundreds
of hours of service at William
Beaumont Hospital, Detroit Me-
morial Hospital and the Michigan
Cancer Foundation. The organiza-
tion has also given thousands of
dollars for research and equipment
at Detroit area hospitals.

Kozielski-ll'Olock Vows
to Be Said in December

Italian
Dairy

Spaghetti Dinner with
meatless mushroom
sauce and grated cheese.

Mr. and Mrs. John Kozielski of
Sussex Ave., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Rosemary
to David Wolock, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Wolock of Marlow Ave.,
Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Detroit and is
doing graduate work at Wayne

Party and Meeting Set
by Single Parents Club

A champagne social sponsored
by "Partnerless Parents" will be
held 9:30 p.m. today at the White-
hall Apartments club house. For
information, call Henrietta Lewis,
LI 6-0903.
s
"Parents Without Partners" will
host Rev. Kingdon Brown at its

have it

for lunch or
supper lora a

SP

YOUR CANDID COLOR

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

WILL BE

GREEK CAKE
1 cup butter, softened

2 cups sugar

4 large eggs, separated
1 container 18-oz. size) plain
Dannan yogurt
3 cups sifted, all-purpose flour
teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
Rind of 2 lemons

Place the butter in the bowl of the
electric mixer and mix at moderate
speed until fluffy. Gradually add the
sugar, beating constantly. Add yolks,
one at a time, beating hard after each
addition. Continue beating until mix-
ture is very creamy and smooth and
makes "ribbons" when it falls back on
itself.
Stir in the yogurt. Sift in the flour,
salt and baking powder, a small amount
at a time, mixing with a spatula until
very smooth. Finally, stir In the lemon
rind. Beat the egg whites until they
form stiff, shiny peaks when the beater
is held straight up. Thoroughly whip
about a third into the yogurt mixture
with a wire whisk. Then fold in the
remainder. Pour Into a 10-inch tube pan
and bake in a preheated oven (350 de-
grees) for 60 minutes or until a tooth-
pick inserted in the center comes out
dry.
Cool on a cake rack for 15 minutes.
Run a spatula around the pan, then
turn out on a tack rack and allow it to
cool completely before serving.

meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Northwest CARIH Aided
Jewish Center. Rev. Brown will
The staff at Maslo's Massages
speak on "Adventure in Physic
Phenomona." Friends are invited. regularly gives assistance to the
Northwest Chapter of Children's
For information, call Henrietta
Asthma Research Institute and
Lewis.

Hospital in Denver, it was an-

Every year, 250,000 cases of nounced this week.
The CARIH group expressed
"hidden" diabetes are discovered.
The earlier diabetes is detected, gratitude to the Maslo masseuses
the easier it usually is to control. for providing help on many occa-

Regular testing is recommended sions in aiding the important hos-
pital. in Denver.
everyone.

•by

YOUR MEALS

SERVE

GREENFIELD
NOODLES

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

and

AND ASSOCIATES

FARFEL

KE 1-8196

only BAKERcAKE

and
PASTRY FILLINGS are

13 Delicious Varieties:

POPYSEED • APRICOT • PRUNE
ALMOND • NUT • PECAN • CHERRY
BLUEBERRY • PINEAPPLE • PEACH
DATE • APPLE STRUDLE • LEKVAR

tion in Israel.
i Her visit to Detroit is part of a
tour in which she is reporting to
Mizrachi Women in Houston, Los
jAngeles, Denver, and other corn-
' munities on current conditions in
Israel, and the impact of mount-
ing tensions in the middle east on
children and youth in her coun-
try.
Mrs. Sacks' tour underlines a
major effort by 50,000 American
Mizrachi women to enlist support
and extend educational programs
in Israel through the construction
of two new major comprehensive
high schools, voted by the recent
convention. Formerly a resident
of New York City, and an active
leader of Mizrachi women on the
American scene, Mrs. Sacks emi-
grated to Israel 10 years ago.
Both her son and son-in-law are
serving with the Israel defense
forces.

that one ingredient, baking powder,
was incorrectly written as "baking
soda."
The corrected recipe reads as
follows:

TO ENJOY

Nibur Etan will be the panelists.

Baker Cake and Pastry Fillings in the 12 oz.
jar, are available at most fine food stores. If

your manager to order from his dis-
or drop us a line...
BAKER, 609 6th Street, Braddock, Pa. 15104

not, tell

tributor,

BEST PRICE — BEST QUALITY I

KOSHER TRAY CATERING
AND CHICKEN DINNERS

FOR BR1SS, PIDYON HA-BEN OR REHEARSAL PARTIES!

• Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing
• Cheese Blintzes
Potatoes and Gravy
• Fresh Knishes Daily
• Tasty Delicious Kishka
• Chopped Liver • Chopped Herring • Dill Pickles
• Hors D'Oeuvres

18252 WYOMING near CURTIS

the recipe for Greek Cake (JN,
Oct. 24), The Jewish News learned

MISS ROSEMARY KOZIELSKI

Refreshments will be served
during the social hour following.
and the public is invited.
For information call Miss Wein-
berg, KE 4-8172.
In the decline of life, shame and
grief are of short duration.
—Samuel Johnson.


The program will include the
live presentation of a local version
of "Can You Top This?" follow-
ing the format of the TV show.
Barney Lumberg, Sam Neff, and

In response to inquiries from
readers who noted a discrepancy in

State University. The prospective
bridegroom is a graduate of Wayne
State University law school.
A Dec. 21 wedding is planned.

Just cook the spaghetti, add
the heated sauce, top with the
zippy cheese. Real Italian
ta'am, a real family pleased

Criterion Club for single adults
will present an entertainment pro-
gram 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Oak Park Community Center, it is
announced by Betty Weinberg,
chairman of programs.
Mae West in "I'm No Angel"
will be featured, together with the
color film, "America on the

Recipe Takes the Cake

in a Single Package

Chef Boy-Ar-Dee

Mrs. Max Sacks of Ramat Gan.
Israel, co-chairman of the Israel
board of trustees of Mizrachi
Women's Organization, will ad-
dress a "Portrait of Israel" lunch-
eon of Detroit chapters of Ma-
rachi Women, noon Nov. 17 at
Cong. Beth Hillel, it was announc-
-e eked by Mrs. Sam-
uel Bicoll, chair-
'man of the event.
), Mrs. Bicoll is
president of the
Fannie Gluck
Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women,
one of f our
groups joining in
the reception of
Mrs. Sacks. The
other sponsoring
groups are the
Ba t y a Chapter,
Sisters of Zion
and the North-
' west Child Res-
Mrs. Max backs cue Group.
Mrs. Sacks arrived in this coun-
try in mid-October to address the
44th national convention of Miz-
rachi Women in Chicago, which
voted a record budget of $1,865,-
000 for child-care, social services,
vocational training and Youth
Aliya programs sponsored by
the American women's organiza-

Entertainment Provided at Next Criterion Meeting

GRUNT'S MARKET

NEW
PHONE
NUMBER

341-5512

We Deliver in Southfield

o

To help eliminate the tragedy of
Michigan residents dying when
there is a way to save them
through the artificial kidney, the
United Order True Sisters, Inc.,
Detroit Lodge 41 presented one of
the lifesaving devices to the Michi-
gan Kidney Foundation last week
at Northland Auditorium.
Mrs. Nathan Oleshansky present-
ed a check for the $3,000 kidney
machine to Charles E. Monahan,
president of the Michigan Kidney
Foundation.

Mizrachi Woman
to Speak Here;
Leader in Israel

•••••• •• •• ••• •• • •• • ••••• •• ••• • • ■ •

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, November 7, 1969

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