Singles Party Tonight
`25 and Up Singles" will hold a
cocktail party 9 p.m. today at the
Sussex House Lounge. The Jonnie
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Detroit Donors Play
Major Role in CARE Aid
Residents of Detroit have con-
tributed $2,365,596 to CARE in the
25 years since it started opera-
tions to bring help from the Am-
erican people to the less fortunate
in other nations. Only six cities
have given more. Throughout
Michigan contributions totaled
Public contributions over the
years have totalled roughly $282,-
000,000. To multiply this aid,
CARE has enlisted host govern-
ment contributions and U.S. dona-
tions of farm abundance, for an
over-all total of $1,250,000 in food,
self - help and health assistance
I would not give half a guinea
to live under one form of govern-
ment rather than another. It is
of no moment to the happiness of
an individual. —Samuel Johnson
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Mrs. Simon Slutsky, vice presi-
dent of education, Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women, announces a
post-Passover oneg Shabat to be
held 1:30 p.m. April 24 at the
home of Mrs. Adele Mondry, 22902
Bellwood, Southfield. Mrs. Mon-
dry will serve as chairman of the
Emanuel Mark of the Jewish
Welfare Federation will be guest
speaker. The musical program will
be provided by Chasia Zimmer-
man. Friends are invited, and
refreshments will be served.
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Bar Mitzva, marriage, mourning.
The traditions that influence all
these occasions are explained and
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able as a positive approach to
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Midway Highlight of Bal Carnival
The annual ORT Imperial Ball-
Bal Carnival be held at
the Raleigh House Sunday.
The carnival, which begins at
6:30 with cocktails and hors
d'oeuvres, will feature a midway
of adult games. Surprise guests
will be on hand to help with such
prize as a $500 Israel Bond, gold
pin with diamonds and sapphires,
$200 grocery certificate, original
signed Peter Max print and porta-
ble TV set.
The guests will proceed to a
gourmet sit-down dinner with
spring as the theme for the tables.
Music for dining and dancing will
be provided as well as entertain-
Ball Chairman Mrs. Barbara
Travis is assisted by Mesdames
Harvey Berman, Saul Chudnow,
Manuel Rotenberg, Gerald Rosen-
thal and Nancy Wermuth.
A highlight of the evening will
be the distribution of ORT's
souvenir journal. Mrs. Leonard
Schreiber is executive chairman.
Assisting her are Mesdames Mor-
ton Hochman, Herbert Kramer,
Leonard Isser, Louis Sarko and
Gussie Jacobs with Mrs. Jack
Rubin, promotion chairman and
regional director of Maintenance
ORT Trainin g.
Proceeds from the journal help
maintain the job training schools
For tickets and information, call
Mrs. Travis, 626-0747.
Mrs. Leonard Schreiber, execu-
tive chairman of the souvenir
journal, and Mrs. Jack Rubin,
promotion chairman and regional
director of Maintenance ORT
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MISS FRAN SLABECK
Mr. and Mrs. David Slabeck of
Lancaster Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Fran Marlene to Robert
Allen Weltman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel 0. Weltman of Wild-
wood Ave., Oak Park.
A June wedding is planned.
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Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
Fran Slabeck to Be
Mrs. Robert !Veltman
MISS HEDY COHEN
Mrs. Nathan Cohen of Battle
Creek announces the engagement
of her daughter Hedy A. to Bruce
E. Fogel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Fogel of Wildwood Ave.,
The bride-elect, daughter of the
late Mr. Cohen, is a senior major-
ing in deaf education at Michigan
Mr. Fogel, who attended Wayne
State University, studies at the
Illinois College of Optometry. He
was affiliated with Tau Epsilon
The wedding is planned for No-
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wolman of
Southfield Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara to Thomas
Rankin Needham, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Needham of Salem,
Ore. A May wedding in Cam-
bridge, Mass. is planned. In June,
the couple will travel to Israel,
Europe and North Africa.
Mrs. Benjamin B. Hertz of
Bloomfield Shore Dr., Orchard
Lake, announces the engagement
of her daughter Joanne to Michael
Margolin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Margolin of Sterling, Ill.
Miss Hertz, daughter of the late
Mr. Hertz and her fiance were
graduated from the University of
The gratitude of most men is
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A THING OF BEAUTY
To bid farewell to the beautiful
holiday of Passover, we suggest
a very beautiful cake. It captures
the spirit of spring and the fes-
tivity of a great holiday. The cake
is light, airy and delicate. It is
white with some shades of ivory,
filled with fruit and whipped
cream, and Copped with shimmer-
ing strawberries and mint leaves.
A thing of real beauty! But its
looks are only half its charm. The
taste is great and produces in-
stant compliments. And of course,
it is Kosher Le-Pesah; but there
is no reason Way you should not
serve it all year round!
3 egg whites
1 cup sugar
1 tsp. lemon juice
2 baskets of strawberries
1 cup whipping cream
1/ 2 cup water
1. Heat oven to 275 degrees F (slow
oven). Prepare 2 cookie sheets and
line them with plain brown paper.
Draw a 9-inch circle on each.
2. Put the egg whites in a large bowl.
Start whipping till big bubbles start
to form. Add 2 tablespoons sugar
and beat till it dissolves, at least 2
minutes. Continue adding 2 tbls.
sugar and beating 2 minutes after
each addition. When all sugar is dis-
solved, continue whipping for full
10 minutes at high speed, adding
the lemon juice gradually. The
meringue should be stiff and shiny.
3. Divide the meringue into two. -Put
each half in the center of the drawn
circle on each cookie sheet. With a
big spoon or spatula spread the
meringue so it forms a perfect round,
using the drawing as guide. Smooth
the top with a spatula.
4. Lower the heat in the oven to 250
degrees F. Put the meringue in the
oven, one near the other or above
the other, but be sure there is a
possibility for the heat to circulate
around them. Bake for one hour,
then dry in the turned-off oven for
5. Take the meringue out and cool on
a rack. Peel the paper off gently.
Allow to cool and prepare the filling
and the topping.
6. Clean the strawberries and hull them.
Use half a basket for preparing a
syrup, for topping.
7. Whip the cream and sweeten to
taste. On a serving platter put one
meringue. Spread with half of the
whipped cream. Arrange half of the
remaining strawberries. Put the other
meringue on them and spread it with
the rest of the whipped cream. Ar-
range the rest of the strawberries in
a nice design. Cool in the refrigera-
tor. Just before serving drizzle with
the cooled syrup.
Garnish with mint leaves.
1. Cook the water and sugar on medium
high heat for 10 minutes, or till a
drop of it forms a self ball in a
cup of cold water.
2. Mash the strawberries lightly and
add to water. Cook for about 3-
5 minutes, stirring constantly. If
the syrup looks too hard, add 2
tablespoons water. Cool slightly and
drizzle over strawberries on top of
3. If you prepare the syrup ahead of
time, you will have to heat it on a
very low heat to make it syrupy