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January 15, 1971 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-15

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Al:i•Announced by

Three Detroit civic leaders have
been appointed judges for the ninth
annual Probus Club Awards for
Academic Achievement at Wajme
State University, it was announced
by Martin K. Stein, president of
the service organization composed
of Jewish business and profes-
sional men.

Noodles??

giuzenfithei.

The judges are Lawrence M.
Carino, vice president of Storer
Broadcasting Co. and general man-
ager of WJBK-TV; John H. Fren;h,
Jr., president of City National
Bank of Detroit, and U.S. District
Court judge Lawrence Gubow.
Club members on the judging
committee include chairman, Mur-
ray L. Jacobs; co-chairmen, Har-
vey Grace and Charles Perlman;
Joseph Braver, Herbert Kaufman,
James Popkin, David Steinman
and Louis Zuckerman.
Two awards will be given, each
consisting of $500 without restric-
tions, to WSU faculty members.
Criteria for the selection of win-
ners will Include their academic
and professional background and
exceptional scholastic and research
work.

A hraliamBertha'n* !reds • ThE
-Janet Susan Indenhaum Mrs.

' DETIMIT jEW1SH

Adler to Address Semi-Annual
Bar-Ilan Meeting; Dr. Abram Spiro's
Library Goes to Israeli University

Michigan has more fresh water
coastline than any other state.

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scholarship fund was established at
Bar-Ilan to provide for Victor's
schooling in the psychology depart-
ment.

Richard Krieger Takes
Linda Golden as Bride

-Victor Borge Plays
With Symphony

Whom

Fide

Mrs. Morris Adler will address ect is the expansion of the nal-
the semi-annual meeting of the versity's library, the second larg-
Detroit chapter of American Wom- est in Israel. The Detroit wom-
en for Bar-Ilan University, 12:30 en's group had helped in the
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28 at the Bar-Dan library's enrichment by
shipping the vast library of the
Bnai Moshe.
late Dr. Abram Spiro, who head-
Featuring t h
ed the department of Semitic! at
program also will
Wayne State University. The .
be a comprehen-
presentation of the library to Bar-
sive report on
Han University was made pos. '
Bar-Ban develop-
sible through the efforts of Dr.
ments to be sub-
Max Kaupustin.
mitted by the
president of the
Mrs. Adler will relate in her ad-
Detroit Bar-Ban
dress the university's scholarship
Women. Mrs. Max
attainments, especially the suc-
Stollman, who this
cessful record of Victor Florian,
week returned
the blind and paralyzed youth who
from an Israel
is continuing his studies at the
visit.
Ramat Gan, Israel, university and
Mrs. Adler
"Israel is boom-
is now working on his masters
ing in construction everywhere, degree.
and I could not recognize Bar-
Mrs. Adler had assisted in pro-
Ilan's campus and its program of viding the scholarship and other
activities since my last visit there aid for Florian at Bar-Ban. Dr.
two years ago," Mrs. Stollman Judah Rosenberg, chairman of the
said.
Bar-Ilan department of psychology,
Mrs. Stollman announced that reported last week that the crip-
the Bar-Dan Women's main proj-
pled youth had established a high
scholastic record.
Victor was brought to Israel by
his parents in 1959 at the age of 14.
While diving in the sea at Haifa he
ikan aohing.
struck a rock, and his paralysis
and blindness left him helpless.
By
But what appeared as an impos-
sibility was overcome. He was
Ruth
given aid and pursued university
studies. Thanks to the efforts of
Sirkis
Mrs. Adler, through the Detroit
Bar-Ilan University office, a $6,000

Janet Susan Indenbaum became
the bride of Abraham Alex Ber-
man in a recent ceremony at Cong.
Bnai Moshe solemnized by Rabbi
Moses Lehrman and Cantor Louis
Klein.
The newlyweds are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Inden-
baum of Bishop Ave., Oak Park,
and Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Berman
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park.
Debbie Indenbaum served her
sister as maid of honor. Ruth In-
denbaum, sister of the bride, and
Sherrie Katz, Sherilyn Lisagor,
Randy Mitnick, Anita Greene and
Marta Gottesman, were brides-
maids.
Leo Schulz of Los Angeles was
best man. Ushers were Jack.
Alex and Sam Berman, Isaac
RadzInski, David Weinberg and
Elliot Ring of Green Bay, Wis.
Rebecca Indenbaum and Randy
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Domstein were flowergirl and ring
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bearer, respectively. Also in the
wedding party were the bride's
A Book for the Cook
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Cookbooks are an endless joy.
Indenbaum.
You
enjoy
them while looking
Following a honeymoon in Flori-
da, the newlyweds are living in through them, hunting for ideas
and
recipes.
You also enjoy them
Oak Park.
when you cook according to a fine
recipe that you have found. The
last, but not least, pleasure that
you draw is the compliments you
get from your family who savors
your cooking. A new book that
Borge will be featured was published recently is designed
this Saturday with the Detroit especially to win you compliments.
Symphony Orchestra at Ford Audi- Its name is, of course, "Cooking
torium.
for Compliments" (by Knudsen
Sorge will appear as guest con- Corp., L.A., Cal.). It is a beautiful
ductor and pianist. With hint on the book with beautiful pictures. Un-
program will be Marilyn Mulvey, fortunately not all the recipes are
soprano.
Kosher, but there are many that
This "Evening of Music and you could use as they are, or with
Mirth" will be for the benefit of slight changes, to fit your kitchen.
the Detroit Symphony pension and We enjoyed especially the cakes
and deserts, the pies and pastries,
maintenance funds.
and many others. Here you will
find a sample recipe for a cheese-
cake which is the first of a whole
chapter dedicated to cheesecakes
and pies.
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Crust:
One-quarter cup butter, melted
One-quarter cup sugar
One-and-one-half cups graham
cracker crumbs (about 18
crackers)
Filling:
Twelve oz. cream cheese at room
temperature
Three-quarters of a cup of sugar
Two eggs
Two tsp. vanilla
One tsp. grated lemon peel
One tsp. lemon Juice
Topping:
One cup sour cream, at room tem-
perature
One-gitirter cup =gar
. vanilla
One
1.Prehea oven to 200 degrees F. Put
butter for crust on it to melt.
2. Blend crust ingredients. Press onto
bottom and sides of pie plate. Bake
10 minutes.
&In large bowl, test cream cheese
until smooth; add remaining filling
ingredients and beat until blended.
Pour Into crust
4. Bake 40 minutes or until the cen-
ter of pie Is no longer wet. The
filling may crack around the edge
but It should not brown. Remove
from oven and let cool for ten
minutes.
5. Blend topping ingredients and
spread evenly over entire sufrace.
Return to oven for 5 minutes.
6. Cool to room temperature and re-
frigerate at least 5 hours before
serving.
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promptu company. For freezing—
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at room temperature about three

hours.
Makes to 10 servings.

MRS. RICHARD KRIF.GER

Linda Jean Golden became the
bride of Richard Krieger in a re-
cent ceremony at Cong. Bps i
David. Rabbi Hayim Donin and
Cantor Hyman Adler officiated.
The new Mrs. Krieger is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon H.
Golden of Scotia Rd., Oak Park.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Krieger of
Votrobeck Dr.
The bride wore a satin gown
with Alencon lace bodice. A bou-
quet of orchids, roses and stepha-
notis covered her confirmation
Bible.
Mrs. Gerald Uzansky served her
sister as matron of honor. Sister
of the bridegroom, Jacqueline
Krieger, Marilyn Ryder and Mrs.
Melvin Friedman were brides-
maids. Marci Uzansky was the
flower girl.
The bridegroom's brother, Aaron
Krieger, was best man. Ushers
were Dr. Gerald Uzansky, Gary
Feldman and Joel Yellen.
The couple took a honeymoon
trip to Freeport in the Bahamas.

Socialites Plan Dance

Detroit Socialites will hold its
yearly opening dance 9 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Berkley Masonic
Temple.

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