Irving Weiss Elected at Mishkan Israel
Weiss, the newly elected
at a special ceremony re-
president, and officers of Cong. cently.
Mishkan Israel Nusach Hari Lu- Weiss, a native of Hungary, is
bavitcher Center were- formally on the board of directors of Yeshi-
vath Beth Yehuda. He has been an
active member of the Lubavitcher
Center for seven years.
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Nathan Samet was installed as
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vice president and Erwin Hol-
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Irving Ashin, treasurer; Saul Le-
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ies: Elected to the board of direc-
tors were Rabbi Abraham Gardin,
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Rubin Herman, Harry Schlomper,
Ben Rubenfeer, Marshall Klaper,
Charles Wolok, Pinchos Feldman,
Heinz Gabel and Jacob Nosanchuk.
Gabbaim for Shabat are: Mar-
shall Klaper and Charles Wolok;
and gabbai for weekdays, Pinchos
Feldman; gabbal for kidushim,
Benny Sherman; kidush hosts;
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
Erwin Hollander, Charles Wolok
and Marshall Klaper; and hospital
visitation, Irving Weiss.
Friday, December 17, 1971-31
Mr. Altus, Miss Steirn THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Married in IV. Virginia Five Profs to Join Seminar in Israel
Five young Michigan academi-
cians have been selected by the
Detroit Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee for a special
Seminar in Israel Dec. 23-Jan. 5.
Twenty-five professors from 10
campuses will participate in this
innovative effort to sensitize young
Jewish faculty members to the
problems and accomplishments of
Michigan participants include
Dr. Ernest Benjamin, professor of
political science at Wayne State
University; Judith McCombs Ben-
jamin, poet and instructor at
Wayne State University; Dr. Wer-
ner Sichel, professor of economics
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Brenda Steirn and Mark Altus
were married recently at Cong.
Bnai Israel., Huntington, W. Va.
Rabbi Samuel Cooper officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Steirn of
Huntington. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Altus
of Tavistock Tr., Southfield.
The new Mrs. Altus wore a de-
lustered satin gown, styled with
an Empire bodice and sheer
square illusion yoke, outlined in
Venice lace with pulled-through
blue satin ribbon and a wedding
ring neckline. The Juliet sleeves
were trimmed in matching lace as
was the front of the gown. Satin
ribbon extended around the hem-
line of the A-line skirt, and a de-
tachable , bouffant chapel train
flower from the back waistline.
Chapel-length Illusion veiling edged
in lace and ribbon flowed from a
lace Camelot cap edged in lace
Mrs. Larry Burgess was matron
of honor, and the bridesmaids
were Roselyn, Vicki and Janice
Steirn. Stephanie Steirn was the
Jeff Anderson of Jackson was
best man. Ushers were Norman
Stein, Sidney and Harvey Altus.
Joey Altus was junior usher.
The couple will reside in Oak
RAUL CARDINAL HENRIQUEZ
SILVA, archbishop of Chile, was
awarded the 1971 Human Rights
Prize of the Latin American Jew-
ish Congress for his "outstanding
efforts in the fight against racism,
especially in defense of Jews in
the Soviet Union and Arab coun-
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Prof. Kalman J. Kaplan, assistant
professor of social psychology at
WSU; and Dr. Carl Cohen, asso-
ciate director of Michigan, where
he is professor of philosophy. The
latter is president of the American
Civil Liberties Union in Michigan.
The program in Israel will con-
sist of two seminars with Israeli
counterparts, visits to special
agencies and tours.
Every effort will be made to
provide opportunities for individ-
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rested in a particular field to meet
with the appropriate people.
Meetings also will be arranged
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coordinating the plans and pro-
grams in Israel.
Buckwheat Latkes for Hanuka
Hanuka -is a happy holiday on
the Jewish calendar. It is the time
of year when family and friends
get together to light candles, sing
Hanuka songs and exchange gifts.
The foods that are served add to
the warm atmosphere. Hot latkes
are the pillar of a Hanuka eve-
ning and they are eaten without
too much formality, which adds
to the fun. The variety of lathes
(pancakes) is big, with potato
lathes leading the list. But just
mention buckwheat lathes to those
for whom Russia is their "old
country" and they will get starry-
eyed. The real "mevinim" (con-
noiseurs) eat them with roast duck
and its flavorful gravy, but it can
be enjoyed as a side dish with any
roast. The delicate pancakes soak
up the juices and are delicious.
Buckwheat lathes can also be
served as any other lathes—with
sour cream or apple sauce.
For 12 to 18 latkes
1 cake fresh yeast (0.6 oz.)
1 tsp. sugar
1/2 cup warm water
11/2 cups buckwheat flour (or regular
1/2 cup all purpose flour
2 cups water
1 tsp, salt
3 tsp. oil.
Oil for frying
1. Soften the yeast in warm water and
let rest for five minutes.
2. Combine the flour, buckwheat flour
and salt in bowl. (If you
get buckwheat flour, buy regular
buckwheat and grind it in an electric
3. Pour the yeast in the center of the
flour. Add sugar and water. Stir
lightly and let rest for about twenty
minutes in a warm corner of your
kitchen. The mixture should almost
double In volume and look bubbly.
4. Add the eggs and oil and mix well
until a smooth thin batter forms.
5. Grease a 6 inch skillet well. Heat
and pour In about one-quarter cup
of the batter. Tilt the skillet to
spread the batter. Fry until the top
looks dry. Using a metal spatula turn
the lathe over to fry on the other
side. Continue until you finish all
the batter. You may have to grease
the skillet again and regulate the
6. Turn the pancakes on a plate and
serve hot. The latkes taste the best
when eaten right after frying, but
if you have to prepare them ahead
they can be rewarmed in the oven,
wrapped in aluminum foil.
We do not
Detroit S^cialites to Fete
'71 With Farewell Party
Detroit Socialites will hold a fi-
nale to 1971 at 9 p.m. Dec. 31 at
Berkley Masonic Temple. The
group has planned a dinner-dance
for the New Year's Eve farewell.
Meyer Green, program chairman,
invites the Jewish community to
attend on a limited reservation
basis. Eric Rosenow's orchestra
will provide music for dancing.
For information and reservations,e
call. Sarah - Stern, KE 7-1158,-- or
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