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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-23

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Tamarack Will Host Senior Adult Campers

Registration is taking place for Butzel Conference Center, Camp
Jewish adults, age 60 and older, for Tamarack, Ortonville.
the new camping program at the
Vacation Week, July 26-Aug. 1,
will feature outdoor and indoor
recreation — swimming, boating,
YOUR CANDID COLOR
fishing, art lessons, crafts, singing,
dancing and socializing.
Seminar Week, Aug. 2-8, fea-
tures recreation plus book re-
views and lectures. Topics to be
WILL BE
discussed will include the world
of finance, politics and Israel.
The program will be chaired by
Abe Dishell.
Accommodations are provided in
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
air-conditioned rooms, with two in
a room. There are a limited num-
ber of openings available. For in-
formation or application, call the
Jewish Center, DI 1-4200.
AND ASSOCIATES
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—Josh Billings.

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Judith Robinson, Bride
of Richard Bruce Kepes

By RUTH SIRKIS

(Copyright 1971, JTA. Inc.)

NON-BAKE DELICIOUS

CAKE
This dessert cake is known as
"Charlotte" or "Diplomat" — and
is outstanding with either name. It
is made in a mold lined with lady-
finger cookies and is filled with
a mousse-y concoction that actually
melts in your mouth. Little pieces
of dried, candied fruits are nestled
in there, adding flavor, texture as
well as color. We have tried this
classic non-bake cake with the
non-dairy type of whipped cream
with good results. This means that
MRS. RICHARD KEPES
you can serve it at the end of a
Judith Robinson became the "meaty" dinner.
bride of Richard Bruce Kepes in 1 4 cup orange liquor
a recent ceremony at Cong. Beth One-half cup pieces of dried candied
Shalom. Rabbi Jacob Segal offici- 48' fruit
lady-finger cookies
ated.
One-third cup cold water
1 cup milk (or non-dairy "-milk")
The new Mrs. Kepes is the 5 egg yolks
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin 2 cups whipping cream (or non-dairy
"whipping cream")
Robinson of Henley Rd., Hunting- One-third
cup sugar
ton Woods. The bridegroom is the One-and-one-half tbls. gelatin
son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kepes 1 tbls. all purpose flour.
1. Cut the candied fruit into very
of Lancaster Rd., Southfield.
small pieces.You can use dates,
figs, raisins, cherries, and orange
The bride wore a gown of
rind. Soak the fruit in the orange
silk organza, featuring Mandarin
liquor.
2. Put the gelatin in the IA cup of cold
collar, elbow-length sleeves and
water to soften.
a skirt on princess lines. Veni-
3. Whip the egg yolks with the sugar '
se lace formed the front panel
1 tbls. of flour and beat together.
and hem as well as the hem of
4. Bring the milk to a boil and add
it. in a slow stream to the eggs.
the detachable chapel train. She
while beating. Add the softened
carried a bouquet of roses.
gelatin. Put the mixture on a very
low heat, or better yet, on a double
Marcy Robinson, sister of the
boiler.Bring to a very gentle boil
bride, was the maid of honor.
while stirring constantly. Over-boil-
ing could cause the eggs to curdle.
Bridesmaids were Sue Young of
It is ready when the gelatin dis-
Ibiza, Spain, and Marilyn Kepes,
solves completely and the mixture
gets thickened and covers a metal
sisters of the bridegroom; and
spoon.
Beverly Braiker.
5. Take off heat and pour to a clean
through a fine sieve. Let cool.
Hadley Wine served as best 6. bowl
While the egg mixture is cooling,
man. Ushers were Stanford Wein-
line the mold with the lady-fingers.
Use an eight-and,a-half inch spring
stein of Washington, and Warren
form. Line the bottom with a round
and Steven Robinson, brothers of
piece of wax paper. Line the bot-
tom with lady-fingers. Cut some of
the bride.
them diagonally so they look like
long triangles. Arrange them on the
The couple will honeymoon in
bottom of the mold with the wide
Europe and in Israel.
side toward the side of the mold

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W ha t 'o Coo t iEtv

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and the pointy side toward the
center. Line also the sides of the
maid with lady-fingers standing
upright.
7. Whip the whiping cream till it
holds its shape.
8. Add the completely cooled egg mix-
ture, the liquor-soaked fruit, to-
gether with the liquor. Stir gently.
Fold in the whipped cream, leaving
about 1/4 of it for garnishing. Fold
only till there is no trace of the
whipped cream.
9. Pour half the mixture into the
lined pan. Arrange another layer of
lady-fingers. This layer does not
have to be in perfect order. Pour
the rest of the mixture and arrange
the rest of the lady-fingers on top.
Cover with wax paper.
10. Chill overnight. To unmold, run a
knife around the sides of the mold,
to loosen the cake. Turn over a
serving plate. Release the spring
form and remove the wax paper
lining. The top of the cake is the
side that is nicely arranged with
the lady-fingers. Garnish with the
rest of the whipped cream and
small pieces of dried fruit.

Council Staffer to Receive
Diploma From School of
Jewish Communal Service

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SUMMER COLESLAW
Summer is the time when we are
looking for light, easy and refresh-
ing dishes. We want to be able to
prepare the dish at our leisure
and use it when we need it. And,
we want the dish to be cool, crisp
and appetite provoking. Well, we
think that our summer coleslaw
answers all those specifications.
You can prepare it hours ahead
and when you serve it, it will in-
deed be tasty, refreshing and a
nice change from the regular
green salad.

For eight to ten
One medium head of cabbage (green)
One medium onion
Two bell peppers
Six radishes
Two big carrots
One cup sour cream
Three tsp. salt
One tsp. sugar
Two tbls. cider vinegar
Ripe olives for garnish
1. Clean the vegetables and peel onions
and carrots. Cut and discard the un-
edible parts of the radishes and bell
peppers.
2. Into a large bowl shred the cabbage
very thinly. Grate the carrots on a
coarse grater. Chop the onions into
very small cubes. Dice the peppers
and radishes into very small pieces.
Mix all vegetables, cover the bowl
with a plastic film and chill. Chilling
makes the vegetables crisp.
3. Before serving prepare the sauce.
Blend the sour cream with salt,

sugar and vinegar. Pour over vege-
tables and toss. Serve cold, garnished

with ripe olives.

Rosemary Klein Bride
of Daniel Alan Pelavin

Utei
MRS. DANIEL PELAVIN

'Rosemary Klein became the
bride of Daniel Alan Pelavin in
a recent ceremony at Adas Shalom
Synagogue.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel S. Klein of Tarey-
ton Rd., Farmington; and Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Pelavin of Parklawn
Rd., Oak Park.
The bride's gown was of silk
peau de soie trimmed with lace
and seed pearls. Her floor-length
veil fell from a crown of lace and
seed pearls, and she carried a
colonial bouquet.
Kay-Ellen Klein served her sis-
ter as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Diane Wolf, Mrs. Clifford
Beresh, Mrs. Harold Weinhaus and
Dr. Sandra Gomez of Milwaukee,
the bridegroom's sister.
Joel Pelavin, brother of the
bridegroom, was the best man.
The groomsmen included Eugene
Shuldinger, Harold Schumaker and
Daniel Carnick.
Included in the procession were
the grandmothers of the bride
and bridegroom, Mrs. P. E. Ward,
Mrs. Esther Pelavin and Mrs.
Minnie Helfer.
Following a motor trip to Cape
Cod, the newlyweds are residing
in Oak Park.

Abby Goldbaum, community af-
fairs associate of the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, is one of eight students
who will receive a certificate in
Jewish communal service this sum-
mer from the Hebrew Union Col-
lege School of Jewish Communal
Service in Los Angeles.
The three-year-old school was
established to provide training in
Jewish content, philosophy and
practices for Jewish agency per-
sonnel and social work students
interested in the Jewish communal
field. Gerald B. Bubis is director
of the school.'
Students this year are from Mich-
igan, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, New
York, California, Texas, Maryland,
Pennsylvania and Illinois.
Mrs. Goldbaum, the first De-
Since 1789 history has had a
troiter to attend the school, is mar-
ried to Donald Goldbaum of W. new perspective, revolution being a
McNichols Rd. and is the daughter successful revolt, and revolt a
of the Irving Greenstones of River- revolution that has failed.
—Andre Malraux.
side Dr., Southfield.

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