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May 29, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-29

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Rehabilitation of a Thief

YOUR CANDID COLOR

ALBUM

WILL BE

FINER
WINER

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dianne Faye
Stein
-

According to ancient Jewish law,
a thief who could not repay what
-
he had stolen was sent to work Bride of
for an employer who, in addition
to deducting at source sums used
to repay the injured party, was
also charged with the thief's moral
re-education.

Gerald Katz

i s h Theological
Seminary's 1970
National C o m-
munity Sery i c e
Award, are (from left) Meyer M. Fishman, Walter L. Field, Rabbi
Irwin Groner and Harold H. Provizer. The cocktail reception is set
for 4:30 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom of the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Judge Simon H. Rifkind, executive committee chairman of the sem-
inary's board of directors, will make the award presentation to Miro.

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Plan Award Presentation for Miro

Among the
commnal I e a d-
ers planning the

June 2 areawide
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honor David M.
Miro, a recipi-
ent of the Jew-

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Friday, May 29,1970-25

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Sheni's
Was Drug Company
fabulous Star Bakery
Bud Rollins Shoes
The Bootery
Pickwick Shop
Bab's Hair Fashions
Rigsby Shoe Service
Ala's Barber Shop
Room At The Bottom

Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, who has recent- 54
Coohin • as
ly returned from
••„
Israel, will be a 3'2
special guest at
By
p.m.
4:30
^4,; the
Sheraton-Cadillac
Ruth
Hotel reception
Tuesday h o n or-
Sirkis
ing Detroit attor-
ney David M.
(Copyright
Miro, recipient of -
JTA, Inc.)
the seminary's
1970,
4
1970 National
Community Serv-
Shavuot is the holiday I love.
ice Award.
First of all it is my birthday, and
The Judaic since the Book of Ruth is being
scholar will join read on Shavuot — I was named
other distinguish- Ruth. I have the name of the great
ed leaders, in- grandmother of David, King of
.
Dr. Arzt
eluding Simon H. Israel—and I am very proud of it.
Rifkind, former federal judge of The second reason for loving
the Southern District of New York, Shavuot is because our Holy
in greeting Miro.
Torah was given to us on this
Prior to his appointment as holiday. The third reason is more
prosaic: Only on Shavuot can one
vice chancellor in 1951, Dr. Arzt
was the seminary's director of enjoy the most delicious and mouth
watering
dairy delicacies. Blintz-
field service activities, a post to
which he was named in 1939. es, cheese-knishes, sweet noodles
He is also Israel Goldstein Pro- and cheese, are just a few of the
fessor of Practical Theology on goodies. So is there another holiday
the seminary's rabbinical school like Shavuot?
faculty.
The gala cheese cake that we
A member of the committee propose here is very delicate and
which is preparing a completely rich. You will have to follow the
revised English translation of the directions carefully, but once you
Holy Scriptures under the auspices do it ,you won't regret it.

7/1/Aari

MRS. GERALD KATZ

In a ceremony at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek Monday, Dianne Faye Stein,
became the bride of Gerald Alan
Katz. The ceremony was followed
by dinner at Knollwood Country
Club.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Stein of East
Breckenridge Rd., Birmingham,
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Katz of
Greenview Dr., Southfield.
Mrs. Steven Wert served as mat-
ron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jo
Anne Katz, Cynthia Dunitz and
Christine Cornell. The flower girls
were Jody, Rose and Doris Stahl,
and Scott Rose was the ring-
bearer.
Best man was Mark Dembs. Har-
vey Goodman, Steven Wert and
the bride's brother, Kenneth Stein,
served as ushers.
The bride wore an Empire-styled
gown of imported English net ap-
pliqued with Venise lace. The
gown was fashioned with a high
neckline, long fitted sleeves and a
free flowing dirndle skirt. A toque
of matching Venise lace held the
chapel-length veil of silk illusion
and scattered daisies. The bride
carried a basket of daisies and
babies' breath.
After a honeymoon in Puerto of the Jewish Publication Society,
Rico, the couple will reside in Dr. Arzt has served as president
of the Rabbinical Assembly of
Royal Oak.
America, as vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America and
Israel Tennis Fund Gets
as chairman of the joint prayer
book commission of the United
Gift for Building Center
Synagogue and Rabbinical As-
SAN DIEGO (JTA) — The Israel sembly. He is the author of "Jus-
International Tennis Foundation tice and Mercy — a Commentary
announced receipt of a $10,000 gift on the Liturgy of the New Year
from Armistead B. Carter for the and Day of Atonement."
building of the Carter Tennis Cen-
ter in Israel. Joseph D. Shane,
chairman of the foundation, said
the Carter Center is already in
the process of construction. Carter
is an old time resident here.
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Mrs. Jaffe Co-Chairs
Consumer's Meeting
of UCS Women

Consumers from the Detroit area
will learn about their rights and
get answers to some frustrating
problems at a conference 9:30 a.m.-
2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cobo Hall.
Mrs. Miles Jaffe is a co-chairman
of the special program, sponsored
by the Women's Committee of
United Community Services.
Headlining the consumer experts
as speakers will be U.S. Senator
Philip A. Hart, a strong advocate
of programs aimed at consumer
protection. Sherwood Colburn, for-
mer state insurance commissioner,
also is among the speakers.
More than 1,000 community
leaders in the tri-county area are
expected to attend, but the general
public is invited.
The conference theme is "The
Age of the Consumer." All who
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A spring form-9 inches in diameter
One cup of cookies' crumbs
One-half cup butter
One tsp. grated lemond rind (fresh)
Two pints cottage cheese
One-half cup flour (instanUzedl
One cup sugar
Four eggs
One tsp. vanilla extract
Two tsp. grated lemon rind
1. Pulverize cookies (or wafers, corn-
flakes, or graham crackers), till you
have one cup full of crumbs. Melt
the butter and add to the crumbs
together with one tsp. lemon rind.
Combine thoroughly.
2. Line the bottom of a spring-form
with was paper. Grease very well
the sides of the form.
3. Push the cottage cheese through a
sieve, or put it In an electric blender.
The Idea is to make the cheese
smooth without the curds. If you
whip It in the blender, don't overdo
it because the cheese may turn too
watery.
4. Add to cheese, the sugar, flour, four
egg yolks, vanilla and two tsp. lemon
rind. Mix gently but well.
5. Spread the buttered crumbs on the
bottom of the spring form.
6. Whip the egg whites till they are
stiff. Add them gently to the cheese
and fold.
7. Pour into the spring form and bake
in a 350 degree oven for one hour
without opening the door. Then turn
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inside the oven for an hour. The cake
will puff while baking, but then,
when it cools, it will set.
8. When you take the cake out of the
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9. Serve the cake cold. You may serve
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Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Feldman
of Myler St., Taylor, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Jenay to Steve Marc Katkowsky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kat-
kowsky of Bell Brook Dr., South-
field. A July wedding is planned.
*
*
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gunsberg
of
Lancaster
Dr.,
Southfield,
an-
' Oak Park Area Council PTA and
' Oak Park Community Council of nounce the engagement of their
daughter
Elaine
to
Nate
Rosen-
Organizations are sponsoring an
informal school board candidate thal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
rally 8 p.m. Wednesday at Dewey Rosenthal of McIntyre Ave. A De-
Elementary School. Candidates for cember wedding is planned.
the school board this year are
Isaiah Lapsley, M. Manuel Merzon, ' There is no medicine; there are
Erwin Siporin, Marshall Wallace only medicine-men. There are no
(incumbent) and Marilyn Zeldes. diseases; there arc only patients.
—Salvador de Madariaga.
Elections will be held June 8.

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