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September 24, 1971 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-24

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the Parks' and Porest:Btaildhig• in
open .hottse...of the. SOuthfield Civic' Center coal-
:W7_ at_
A "get-acqnain
' ted" round WC:7
dtisaaision Will have'the
Panbi tolling-- their views otther ---;
"opposite- set.
The - - program7:aLso will include-
"When Vaudeville: Was King," a
Japed reproduction of.Mike Wharf's
,nostalgic- bit -from the - '7 - . ."Kaleider
scope" prokram, and the - showing
of •Cherlie.Chaplin's- "The Tramp-".
The public is_invited. ForInrthez:
information, rail Betty Weinberg,
president, -547-2565, _ Pearl
Greenstein; 39973'718.

kW, Sallae7adidis.



Thuitiktorfitwim won
and'all Siegel 17 7
urteSm.zanne Ifois
or Gribbs Sets Tit


By order of a proclamation by Mayor Roman S. Gribba, Sept. 13
was proclaimed "City of Hope Day" in Detroit. Shown at the cere-
• ony. at width a certificate was presented to the Cancer. Fighters,
are (from left) Mrs. Louis Schulman; Mrs. Murray Weintraub, Mayor
Gribbe, Mrs. Lawrence- Benderoff and Mrs. Alvin Iwrey.


Wish ;;;;11 - lheir :friends
nd cushirherSis
Healthy NeW.Yeof.-_,


Laurie Suzanne Moss became the
A.da":.Get:Qailehltesidts bride of Randall Stacy Siegel in a
recent candlelight ceremony at
-Cong. Bnai David. Rabbi Raglan
Donin and Cantor Hyman Adler
The bride is the daughter of
• Eacitirtg • Creative • Dignified
attr, and Mrs. Morris M. Moss of
Ave., -Oak Park. The bride.-
• Elegant
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Burton N. Siegal of Sherwood Ave.,
Huntington Woods. -
The" new Mrs. Siegel wore a silk
organza gown with vertical paneled
bodice and sleeves of pearled peau
d'ange -lace. Her cathedral man-
tills veil was of matching-lace and
pearls. She carried her confirma-
tion Bible covered with Stejahano-
tis, roses and baby's breath.
Noreen Shapin, was matron of
honor.. Bridesmaids were Leslee
Siegel and Marge Siegel, sisters
of the bridegroom; Lisa Green-
berg, Mona Shapiro and Linda
Schwartz. -
Marty Goldstein of Louisville
served as best man. Ushers were
Steven Elken, Joseph Krinsky,
Thomas Lieberman, , Neil - Sporn
and Sidney Stutz.
Also in the wedding party were
the bride's grandfather, Isadore
Shapiro, and the bridegroom's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Siegel.
Following a honeymoon in Aca-
pulco, the couple will reside in
ekiendf;est Wishes for a


studio °


MR: and RS. ,LARRy:_wARsH



hiou4,-:wARsti -


happy, .healthy: and .prosperous New
_ Year
ioakiheie ,reciftives, friends

15391 Idaho


Radomer Sets Services

- Radomer Aid. Society will meet
for memorial services noon Sun-
day at the Radomer Cemetery, 14
mile and Gratiot. Rabbi Leiter

Levin ,will officiate.


241, 11171.4

Pioneer Women to Build World Center
in Tel Aviv; Pledge $3,000,000 in Projects

ST. LOUIS (JTA)—Plans for a tion and former deputy speaker
Pioneer Women world center to of the Knesset.
be built in Tel Aviv were unveiled
The multipurpose building will
during the second session of the or- not only serve as a center for
ganization's 22nd biennial conven- pioneer Women's meetings and
lion -here, attended by some 1,000 „mum, from abroad, but also
delegates. will be a neighborhood coinmu-
The center, scheduled for corn- n ity center serving local needs
pletion by 1973, will be built in for day care, vocational training,
hon-or of Beba Idelson, interne- educational and cultural events
acne head of the 600,000-member facilities.
Jewish Women's World Organize-
Mrs. Esther Zackler of Chicago,
re-elected to a second term as
Pioneer Women president, also an-

nounced a new two-year quota of
33 ,000,000 to be raised by the
American organization far its prof-
eels in Israel.

These projects include day care
- Ruth ;:" centers, Arab women's services,
vocational training for young peo-
Sirkis 17.1 pie and adults and neighborhood
community centers.
Acuaryricat', z Tamar Eschel, president of the
1971 .
'N Conference of Women's Organize-
lions of Israel and Pioneer Women
in Israel, stressed the spe-
cial need for programs in early
Ice cream is one of the most education, saying "we must over-
popular foods. It is liked by young come the backlog of illiteracy"
and old, and is welcomed any brought by some immigrants from
time of the year. There are many "backward countries."
ways to use the basic ice cream in
Detroiters who were delegates
serving. In the kitchen, store- to the ccnvention were the follow-
bought ice cream can turn into ice ing:
cream cakes, cassatas, banana
Mesdames Ralph Miller, Betty A.
splits, floats, malted drinks, you 13lock,
Frieda Leemon, Michael Mich-
°oldie Wasserman, Mildred Weiss,
name it. In fact, you can have in lie,
Sol Haberman. Martin 'Caber, Lily
your own home an ice cream "par- Staliman, Gerald B. Goldberg, Pant
Happert, Harry H. Janower, Sarah
lor" and delight your family and Ranter,





friends with their own favorites.
'Here you will find a recipe for
a sundae. This one is topped
with hot fudge which you will be
able -to prepare yourself. It may

interest you to know that this deli-
cious dish got its name from "Sun-
day"—the only day in the week
on which* Puritan American pio-
neers allowed themselves to in-
dulge. You -too can live a little,
and not "only on Sundays."

For each person:
2 balls of ice cream
Hot fudge sauce
Whipped cream
Chopped Walnuts

Irving Leigant and M
ete Ron-

Carol Yagoda Married
to Morris J. Goldman.

in different



minims= sar7.

1. Put the- two Ice cream balls on
a nice dessert plate, and pour
some hot fudge on them. Put
two tblsp. full of whipped cream
on, top. Sprinkle with chopped
walnuts. Tuck a red cherry and
a wafer on top. Serve immediate-

Hot Fud", s Sauce
For 4-6 portions
2 tblsp. butter
' '2 ounces unsweetened Chocolate
1 4 cup sugar
- l ight
1. IT:P a sr W e l-saucepan,
heat, melt the butter and the n-
sweetened chocolate.
_Stir con-
tly with wooden spoon. •
2. =Add the - -cream .and-sugar.; Con-
tinue.-stirrins -and: coOk , :Sar an-
"Other four or five minutes. The
- Sauce should' betome • very' smooth
• and velvety. Add . the vanilla ex-
tract and stir.
3. Cool the "sauce a little and serve
-it warm, The warm"- sauce pre-
..• vents a "cold shoe k" in your

mouth from very cold Ice. cream.
:=7 4- Keep :Abe ,IeWovers of the sauce

..thof, refrigerator: . Fiefote - using
warm it 'over hot water and
not -directly," oil --the stove.


sr wooed atriaaar, tan-wear. Sunday. sr


Carol' Joyce Yagoda and Morris
Jeffery Goldman were married in
a. recent
at Cong. Sha-
o a f r feiye . 4t

The newlYWeds are? tale children
of Mr.. and' Mrs.. Barney Yagoda
of North-Raik Dr., Southfield; and
'Mr. :and Mrs.• SauV.Goldman of
Burton, Ave., Oak' Park.
in Royal


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