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30—Friday, March 19, 1971
Mr. Harry Eisenberg
Ontstate Communities Gather to Be Held This Spring
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
AND HIS CONTINENTALS
to Form Cooperative Body,
Focusing on Activity for Israel.
DID YOU KNOW?
The beginnings of a loose feder- of materials and programs avail-
ation of Michigan Jewish comma- able, but it would help solve the
nities evolved out of a meeting problem of isolation that so many
Sunday in Flint at which the com- communities feel.
Prints Invitations at
Say Grosberg of Midland, for
mon bond was the desire to help
example, expressed his dismay
Co-hosted by the Flint and De- that the 50 resident Jewish fami-
troit Jewish Community Councils, lies get no assistance from out-
the meeting drew representatives side—"except for an Israel Bond
of the Jewish communities in drive, a UJA appeal and three
Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Bay long-distance phone calls. And
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City, Midland, Lansing and East there are communities even
Lansing, as well as Detroit and smaller than ours that look to
Flint. Jack Stanzler of the latter us for help."
But even under such circum-
city and Hubert Sidlow of Detroit
stances, there is leadership in Mid-
MISS MARSHA WINER
served as co-chairmen.
MISS ELIZABETH BUDMAN
Some 35 participants heard an land. Matilda Post made a point of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Winer of
outline of Israel's political position attending a lecture at which the
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Budman of
before engaging in a question- Arab side was presented. Through Alta Vista Ave., Southfield, an- Kentfield Ave. announce the en-
answer session touching upon the her questioning, she succeeded in nounce the engagement of their gagement of their daughter Mar-
problems that are common to all discrediting the speaker's argu- daughter Elizabeth Joan to Jeffrey sha Rose to Harry Michael Eisen-
Jewish communities, but more ments to the extent that his lec- Lewis Schmier, son of Mr. and Mrs. berg, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
ture circuit was effectively cut Leslie R. Schznier of Lauder Ave. Eisenberg of Marlow Ave., Oak
particularly small ones.
Miss Budman is a junior major- Park.
Yitzhak Leor, consul for press off.
The engaged couple are students
In Grand Rapids, too, there is ing in special education at Oak-
and information for the Israel
Consul General's Office in Chi- an effort by a small group of men land University. Her fiance, a Winer is a senior in education. Mr.
W. 7 Mile
cago, discussed the current po- to explain Israel's position. "But
Eisenberg, majoring in economics,
2 blocks W. of Evergreen
Racal situation in the Middle not many of us could speak corn- Michigan, is a senior at the law will graduate in April.
East. It is the projection of petently on on the Middle East," school there.
An August wedding is planned.
A spring wedding is planned.
Israel's point of view to both the said Norman Kravitz. "We started
Jewish and general communities to educate ourselves so we could
in each city that concerned the form a spea kers' bureau.
participants during the second
Mordecai Kreinin of Mich-
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half of the three-hour meeting.
igan State ,
As Stanzler pointed out, every sing) emphasized the importance of
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Jewish community has its unique a strong nucleus of community
attitudes and goals. Some, like leaders. "The crucial thing in a
Flint, 'have professional guidance small community," he said, "is to
for programs; others, like East get the •10 top Jews in the com-
Lansing, a college town, depend munity and educate them. You
on volunteers. For some Jews liv- have to educate the Jewish com-
ing in small outstate cities, their munity before you can educate the
to choose from
sole contact with other Jews is the Gentile community."
AVIS FORD is selling over
300 brand new Fords every
annual request for a United Jew-
The latter view was put another
month. Therefore we have
ish Appeal pledge:
hundreds of beautiful low-
MY FAVORITE BLINTZES
It was hoped, in calling this
mileage trades that absolute-
ly must be sold each week.
meeting, that a new sense of un- who directs the Midwest office of
Open Mon. and Thursday nite
dieting. And it is not easy,
ity and cooperative effort among
'til 9 p.m.
Michigan J e w i s h communities He commented that "We're ori- especially if you deal with food as
1965's thru 1970's
much as I do. So, I am always
would emerge, its focus on Israel.
Dr. Manuel Feldman, first
FORD, GENERAL MOTORS,
Although it was acknowledged but we must have an informed, in- trying to • develop new recipes president of Cong. Beth Achim,
that a trip to Israel is the ideal
which will be not-so-fattening, and receives a testimonial plaque re-
SPORTS CARS, ETC.
way to win friends for her, there
yet, will taste like the calorie- cording his service to the syna-
were other ideas suggested, such fulfill its primary responsibilities. loaded ones.
gogue, which resulted from the
"Avis will gladly handle
as films and speakers supplied by not just Tupperware parties and
Blintzes were "taboo" in my merger of Beth Aaron Syna-
bowling leagues . .. We must put home for a long time. My little
gogue and Cong. Ahavas Achim
daughter, who still remembers two years ago. With Dr. Feld-
By the time the group meets
- The need for an inter-commu-
randmother's blintzes in Israel, man (left) is Sidney Silverman,
again in late May, it hopes to have
nity organization was stressed g asked me to prepare some for her.
a more extensive mailing list of
current president of Beth Achim,
outstate Jewish communities. Not by .5ochanan Stenish of Kala- So I did, but with some altera- who made the presentation. More
AT 12 MILE
tions. And now we all enjoy them. than 2,000 attended the event.
only would such a list advise them
own community is struggling to
If you can trade one piece of
revitalize its Jewish federation. bread, one pat of butter, one egg
Heinz Corn Relish
But what form such a state- and two tablespoons of cottage
Just a few spaces available for
wide body should take was left cheese, you can have four delicious
Bears the U Label
for further exploration. Detroiter blintzes, that you can set before a
Heinz 'U.S.A., a division of the
G. 'Vernon Leopold felt that a king. Serve them at lunchtime or
H. J. Heinz Co., announces the
public affairs group should be for a Sunday brunch.
new Corn Relish, bearing the (U)
established. Others sought a less
For Eight Blintzes:
A truly outstanding tour led by
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
5 tablespoons all-purpose flour
activist body, more like a clear-
Congregations of America.
1/2 teaspoon salt
This relish joins the other Heinz ing house for information.
Walter Klein, executive director
1 teaspoon vanilla
relishes which are also kosher—
1 cup low-fat milk
Sweet, India, Green Tomato Pic-
21 DAYS IN ISRAEL
calilli, Hot Dog, Hamburger, Sweet
4 tablespoons cottage cheese
MAY 13 -JUNE 3
Barbecue, Genuine Dill and Onion.
Corn. vinegar, onions, red and statewide effort on behalf of Is-
- King David - Dan Hotel - Dan Carmel. Israeli
1 teaspoon vanilla
teaspoon fresh lemon rind—grated
breakfast and dinner daily. All tours in private air-conditioned bus with
green peppers and spices are com- rael. "We don't have precise 1/4 teaspoon
English speaking guide. A flight to Eilat. A boat trip along the Sinai
bined in subtly-spiced Corn Relish, answers to many of the problems 1/ 1/ 4 2 cup frozen blueberries—thawed
coast and much more.
2 tablespoons blueberry jam—optional
an accompan'ment for pastrami, we've brought up today," he said,
roast beef, meat loaf and a host of "but we've found that these are
common questions to all of us."
a large measuring cup. Add the milk
Total Cost — $940 00
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Dr. Feldman Cited
at Ford Auditorium
`ISRAEL IN DEPTH'
RABBI HERBERT S. ESKIN
Rabbis Certify Manischewitz Kashrut
in a slow stream, stirring constantly.
There should be no lumps. Add the
eggs, salt, vanilla and one tablespoon
oil. Mix very well. For a more homo-
genized batter you can use your blend-
er. The batter should be quite liquidY,
like heavy cream, if it is not—add some
all the filling ingredients, and
2. it Mix
sit, outside the refrigerator, till
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you are ready to use it.
3. Use a teflon coated small skillet—
about six inches in diameter. Brush the
skillet with oil (you still have half a
tablespoon) so it will be coated very
lightly. Put a drop of oil on a paper
napkin and grease the skillet with this.
4. Heat the skillet on a
When a little drop of w ater starts to
"dance" on the surface, pour the bat-
ter on the skillet from a ladle that
holds about two tablespoons. Turn the
skillet so that the batter will spread
evenly all over. Cook until the batter
looks dry and the edges seem to sepa- U
rate from the skillet walls.
5. Turn the skillet over a plate and I
with a strong knock, let the thin
blintze fall on the plate. It will be
eas.er if the plate is set upside-down
on the table.
6. Continue preparing the blintzes in U
this fashion till youfinis up all the
batter. Occasionally, grease the skillet
7. In one end of the round blintze,
put 1/2 a tablespoon of the filling. U
Roll and fold the sides so you will
have a little longish envelope. Put all
the blintzes in a skillet to heat.
B. Serve hot, and pass the jam.
Rabbi Isaac Siegal of Jersey City presents a certificate of kash-
rut for the B. Manischewitz Co. to Bernard Manischewitz, president.
Shown are (from left) Rabbi David L. Silver of Harrisburg; Rabbi
Chaim Karlinsky, Brooklyn; Rabbi Isaac Siegal; D. Beryl Manis-
chewitz; William B. Manischewitz; and Rabbi Emanuel Gettinger,
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