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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
21-Friday, October 23, 1970

Habonim Assn. Arranges
Winter Tour to. Israel

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Varda Raucher to Wed Brandeis Women to Mark Anniversary;
Paul Wasser in Spring Off to Running Start on Next Book Sale

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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98199

MISS VARDA RAUCHER

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Raucher of
Beverly Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Varda to Paul Wasser, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wasser of Contin-
ental Ave., Southfield.
An April wedding is being
planned.

Yeshiva Women Set
Donor on Tuesday

Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Univer-
sity National Women's Committee,
is scheduled for noon Nov. 4 at
the Somerset Mall meeting room.
Celebrating the 22nd birthday of
the Women's Committee, a sub-
scription petite luncheon will be
served. Newly enrolled and pros-
pective members will be the chap-
ter's guests.
Mrs. Philip Marcuse, program
chairman, and Mrs. Stuart Mitten-
thal, co-chairman, will take reser-
vations at UN 4-6504 and 542-0033,
respectively.
Dr. William Haber, fellow and
trustee of Brandeis University
as well as special adviser to the
executive officers of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, will be the
guest speaker.
Dr. Haber's topic will be "A
View From Above-Convulsions on
the Campus in an Age of Turbu-
lence."
Dr. Haber, former dean of Michi-
gan's college of literature, science
and the arts, has been consultant to
the secretaries of labor of six ad-
ministrations and for 10 years was
chairman of the Federal Advisory
Council on. Employment Security.
Since 1950, he has been presi-
dent of the American ORT Federa-
tion and president of the central
board of the World ORT Union.
Mrs. John Greenberg, co-chair-
man of the day, will Introduce Dr.
Haber.
Mrs. Harold Hoffman, chairman
of arrangements, is assisted by
Mrs. Saul Rosenblum, co-chair-
man, and Mesdames Gerald Ap-
tekar, Leonard Lemberg, Jack
Litwin, Nathan Soberman, Ivan
Scholnick, Julius Swartz and Law-
rence Weiner.

Mrs. Leo Laufer, president, an-
nounces that the donor luncheon
of the Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and Women's Sabbath
League will take place noon Tues-
day at Shaarey Shomayim Syna-
gogue.
Mrs. Norman Cottler is sponsor-
ing this luncheon, proceeds of
which go toward furthering higher
Jewish education. Guest speaker
will be Rabbi David M. Lieber-
man, dean of Beth Yehudah.
The invocation will be given by
Mrs. Arthur Mee, who was
Mrs. Edward Levin. Chairman for chairman with Mrs.. Aloha Bar-
the afternoon is Mrs. William
nett of the recent New Books
for Old Sale at Northland will
Levin. The musical program will
be by Eric Rosenow.
give a report.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Approximately $14,500 was
Arthur Cutler, 543-7861, or Mrs. grossed from this six-day sale,
Laufer, 398-7146, by Monday;
with thousands of people browsing
3 74-4,44444,4,4.44,444,4,444F4,44,44 and buying.
Of the surplus books, about 5,000
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UHS Women Rally
Before Donor Event

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A board meeting of the Wo-
man's Auxiliary of the United He-
brew Schools noon- Nov. 3 at the
UHS administration building will
serve as a rally for the auxiliary's
forthcoming donor program.
The donor event is to take place
noon Nov. 18 at Conga Shaarey
Zedek.
Aims of the auxiliary are to en-
courage Hebrew and Jewish
studies among the children of the
community. -The group maintains
a program of enrichment for the
school library and helps serious
students attend Hebrew-speaking
camps and spend time in Israel
on special studies programs.
Officers are Mesdames Joseph
Kripke, president; Charles Robin-
son and Sam Pfeffer, vice pres-
idents; Al Baker, Joseph Fruits,
Abraham Pollack and Louis Sel-
ton, secretaries; Herman Cohen,

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pennies, nickels and dimes to the
The fall meeting of the Greater books on various subjects were United Nations' Children's Fund.

American Habonim Association's
Winter Holiday Tour to Israel will
take place Dec. 24-Jan
. 3.
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The fee includes rourTdrErip flight
from New York, first-class hotels,
Israeli breakfasts and lunch or
dinner with seven full days of
sightseeing by deluxe motor coach
and transfers between airports and
hotels.
Reduced rates from Detroit to
New York are available with this
tour. For information, call Allan
Gelfond 626-6624.

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TEERS, announces that there will
be. a meeting 12:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Nardin Park United Metho-
dist Church, Farmington. David
Beard, public education consultant
with the Metropolitan Society for
the Blind, will present his film
"When You Are Blind." The public
is welcome. Dessert luncheon will
be served.

The sisterhood of Ades Shalom
Synagogue will help resolve the
hemline dilemma for its members
and friends with a Fashion Festi-
val at the annual donor luncheon
noon . Wednesday in the social hall.
President Mrs. Isadore Goren
said this is the sisterhood's only
fund-raising affair.
Mrs. George Fleischer, chairman
of the day, will have the participa-
tion of Mesdames Jonas Goldberg,
Bernard Pepper, George Bassin,
Jacob E. Segal and Samuel Dob-
kin. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will ex-
tend greetings.
Mrs. Herman Canner, fashion
coordinator, is planning the set-
tings. There will be music, gifts
and favors.

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add= festival, stherhded for soca Wednesday at the synagogue.
with the model are (front lett) Mesdames Ira G. Kaufman,
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Michael Michelin, veteran edu-
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Dr. Stilton Steinhardt, psychia-
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summer in a mental institution in
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converted bookmobile.
The women of the cooperating
sisterhoods served a snack in the
suka to each of the residents and
assisted in bringing the hoilday of
Tabernacles to the aged, who are
isolated and separated from their
families and synagogues at this
festive time.
The nursing home residents are
invited out into the auks parked
in front of the nursing home where,
in addition to eating refreshments
served by the sisterhood women,
the residents say the blessing over
the lulav and esrog.
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supervised by a staff member of
JFCS to conduct these holidaY
programs and also to Participate
in the continuing visiting pro-
grams.
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continuous relationship between
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contributed to the Detroit Board
of Education.
One buyer, Sister Patricia O'Don-
nell, librarian of Mt. Carmel
School in Emmett, Mich., wrote
the Brandeis Women that the li-
brary was enlarged by 96 books
and a set of encyclopedias "at an
unbelievably low cost. I feel hon-
ored to be able to express sincer-
est appreciation for what you have
done to help us as you also help
your great university."
The 1971 book sale is already
organized under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Frank Levine' and Mrs.
Charles (Shirley) Schwartz. They
have set a goal for 100,000 books,
and their initial kickoff is set for
11 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 15, at Elkin
Travel in Lincoln Center, at Har-
vard Row and at 704 W. Seven
Mile. Hard and paperback books
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Mrs. Joseph Jacider, whose task it
is to channel the activities of vol-
unteers into other areas of service
as wall, in order to augment the
Professional services of the agency.
Motors interested in participat-
ing kg nthi program may call Mrs.
Fayga Donsbey, Jewish Family
and Children's Service, DI 1-5959.

HERRING SALAD
Herring dishes are very well
liked. In the old days there
was almost no celebration, of
"simha" without a representative
of the herring family. Herring sal-
ad ranks as one of the most favo-
rite. You can serve it with other
salads, such as potato salad and
green salad and you can have an
"instant party." Or, spread it over
small rounds of bread and you can
serve tasty canapes. And, of course,
you can serve it as a first course
or an appetizer.
Eight ounces schmaltz herring fil-
lets
2 hard cooked eggs
1/2 cup grated onion
Vs cup vinegar
2 14 cup fine dry bread crumbs
crumbs
2 tbIsp. peanut oil
1 thisp. sugar
1 tart crisp apple-grated
(optional)
1. Chop herring very finely. Use
a meat grinder, blender, or chop
with a big sharp knife on a wooden
board. Chop the hard boiled eggs
together with the herring.
2. Put the chopped herring and
eggs in a bowl. Add all the other
ingredients and mix welL Chill and
serve.

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