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January 21, 1972 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Division Maximizes
Effort for '72 AJCarnpaign

to'Cheer .finter. -City Jewish -Retardates

Few know , better than - Rabbi many years, is determined to On Thursday, assisted by the
Scdomon.Oraskin the loielinesa 'of broaden the scope of his already women of- biz. congregation, Bnai
Jewisk_retarded and 'mental • pa- considerable activity on behalf of Zion, Rabbi Gruski held the first
tients.-living in the inner city: those who live in boarding or con- of what he •hopeit will be monthly
Rabbi Gruskin , an Orthodox valescent home situations. gatherings for retardates 'and form-
rhaPlain wha hist ministered is the Although he has individually er 'mental patients.
needs of state
patients for visited with such persons, Rabbi
... hospital
_
The sisterhood helped Rabbi
Gruskin long has felt they must be Gruskin arrange-. a short service
given the opportunity to socialize and luncheon, as well as „ter„
with _fellow Jews, to see what is tainmeut for the guests, many of
beyond the four walls of a board- whom live in county referral
ing home or hospital. homes in the W. Grand Blvd.
area. Rabbi Gruskin personally
knows about 70 in such sitna-
tions.

_

Nate Kirsches Celebrate
SO Years of Marriage

One guest, in his 40s, has a long

history of mental hospitals—trace-
able to a mind-crippling past: At
17, the Nazis took him from a ye-
shiva and placed him in a concen-
tration camp. The only survivors
of his family besides himself were
two or three sisters who made it
to Israel.
Now in his 40s, he is alone and
unable to communicate.
Can he be cured? Rabbi Gruskin
thinks that with more intensive
care, "we might be able to do
something for him." But he's in
a boarding home on Pingree, and
despite his yeshiva background,
has no contact with fellow Jews,
MR. AND MRS. NATE KIRSCH other than Rabbi Gruskin and oc-
Nate and Ann Kirsch, former casionally another patient.
Rabbi Gruskin hopes that his
Detroiters of Redondo Beach,
Calif., celebrated their 50th wed- experiment will brighten the lives

ding anniversary Jan. 16 at the
Kingsley Inn. The couple was
married Jan. 14, 1922.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirsch are mem-
bers of Bnai Brith and Temple
Menorah in California.
They have two sons, Jack and
Sonny, both of Southfield, and six
grandchildren.
_

of such needy persons who are
without anyone to care for them.

Engagements

.

Mrs. Morris H. Brandwine (left), chairman of the 1972 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund Women's Division, speaks
with Mrs. N. Brewster Broder, pre-campaign chairman of the divi-
sion, and Dr. Leonard Fein. Dr. Fein of Brandeis University spoke
at the women's pre-campaign luncheon last week at the home of
Mrs. Paul Borman.

Detroit women are pushing pre-
campaign efforts to make sure that
the 1972 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund is an out-
standing success.
The women's division PaceSet-
ters will meet for luncheon noon
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Richard Sloan, 1025 E. Glengarry
Cir., Birmingham, where they will
hear Ira Hirschmann, author and
Middle East political observer.
The fund-raising meeting is for
contributors of $200 and more.

Mrs. Norman Rosenfeld is
chairman of PaceSettters, with
Mrs. Irving E. Goldman, execu-
tive vice chairman. Mrs. Ernest
J. Schwartz is assignment vice-
chairman.

Serving as vice-chairmen are

Mesdames Milton H. Goldrath,
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Gruca of Hugh W. Greenberg, Maurice
Trinity Ave., announce the en- Kurzmann, Henry Leo Lerman and
gagement of their daughter Mary Robert Ruskin. Mesdames Albert
to James H. Starr, son of Mr. M. Colman, John C. Hopp Jr., Nor-
and Mrs. Harry Starr of Telegraph man Wachter and William Wets-
Rd. Miss Gruca attends the Univer- man are members of the steering
sity of Michigan, where she is ma- com inittee.
joring in special education. Mr.
Women members of the junior
Starr also attend U. of M. where division have planned a "come
he is majoring in engineering. A and see" bus tour of Federation
June wedding is planned. (Last agencies and a look at the pro-
week, The Jewish News inad- gram which they provide in an
vertently omitted the names of all-day trip Feb. 1.
Mr. Starr's parents.)

,

ATTIS P HILSWA

-

13721,W. 9 -MILE at RIDGEDALE

-

WAP PAVER

Sunday Tea at Whitehall

A tea sponsored by Pioneer
Women for residents of the White-
hall Apartments complex in South-
field will be held 2 p.m. Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Estelle Wilk,
23237 Providence.

OW EVERYDAY

PIKES

FRUITCREST
UNSWEETENED
CALIFORNIA

• what's

Cookna

, -

By
Ruth
Sirkis

(Copyright

1971,

JTA, Inc.)

FRUITY HOMEMADE BREAD
It is said that man does not live
by bread alone. It is true indeed,
and we can add that he does not
live by only one kind of bread.
Any neighborhood bakery will
prove this. A homemade bread
has an added quality. It is fresh,
sweet smelling and warm. It fills
your kitchen with tempting aromas
and provides you, the baker for
the day; With a proud sense of ac-
complishment. The following recipe
is for- a fruity bread that will start
your mornings on a sweet note.

P RUNE
JU ICE

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pf*.&3•NdN: om
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.

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Th. fhaistataill oitrole lobietiiii b she
am. wa down, lisnaiiikiza and gelid
flak- boa of shairgo. - -Fie tu.del

INW1409

Friday, Jewry 21, 1972-31

For one 9x3x3 Loaf:
369 cups all-purpose flour (sifted)
2 tsp, baking powder
' 1 tsp. soda
Dash sat
+/,‘ cup chopped nuts
134 cups mixed candled fruit
,tb,ctip raisins
.1/2 cup shortening (vegetable)
1:* cup sugar
cup orange juice

The tour, under the direction of
Mrs. Robert Sorock, chairman of
the junior women's pre-campaign,
and Mrs. Stanford Passer, vice
chairman, will begin at 9:45 a.m.
at the United Hebrew Schools
main building. A bus will take
workers to the Jewish Vocational
Service, Community Workshop and
Jewish Home for Aged.
Tour conductors who will talk
on various Jewish services - and
points of interest are Mesdames
Michael Maddin, Alan Finer, Rob-
ert Slatkin and Jay Waldman.

Rabbi Daniel Jeremy Silver of
The Temple, Cleveland, will be
honored guest at a special gifts
luncheon noon Feb. 2 at the home
of Mrs. Paul Zuckerman, 27641
Fairway Hills, Franklin.

Mrs. D. Lawrence Sherman
heads the special gifts section for
contributors of $100 and more. She
is assisted by Mrs. William Eras-
nick, vice chairman, and Mes-
dames Burton L. Ansell, Myron L.
Attenson, Milton Barnett, Yale
Bernstein, George Blum, Paul Bor-
man, Sol M. Garber, John L.
Greenberg, David Hermelin, John
C. Hopp Jr., Miles Jaffe, Ralph
Pierce, Robert Solomon, Jack Sol-
way, Bernard Stollman, Norman
Sussman, Joel Tauber and Arnold
C. Winshall.
The women's division pm-cam-
paign held a luncheon gathering at
the home of Mrs. Paul Borman,
Jan. 12.
Dr. Leonard Fein of Boston,
director of the Hornstein Program
for Jewish Communal Service at
Brandeis University, told the gath-
ering that commitment to service
was both a responsibility and a re-
ward. He urged that the women
devote themselves to the cause
of Jews throughout the world who
needed the continued concern of
the world Jewish community.
The 120 women attending the
meeting responded with an in-
crease in pledges by an average of
nearly 25 per , cent over their gifts
in 1971.
Mrs. Max Stollman, president of
the women's division of 'Federa-
tion, and Mrs. Morris J. Brand-
wine, campaign chairman, said
that the division expected to go
far over the $1,300,000 that it
raised last year.

Mr. Nixon Lauds Work,
Compassion of NCJW

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presi-
dent Nixon applauded the contri-
bution "to humanity" of the
National Council of Jewish Women

in a proclamation issued by the
White House to announce the. na-
tional
observance of NCJW Week.
Leers
1: SIft-:4ogether flour, baking powder,
The President cited the Coun-
soda and salt- Stir in chopped nuts,
cil's "dediCated participation in
candied. fruits and raisins.

tCreain- shortening. Add sugar, and
beat mail fluffy. Add eggs, one at a
time, beating after each addition.
Add. the flour mixture, alternating
with the juice, beginning and ending
with dry ingredients. Mix just until
we ll blended.
3-.Turn batter into a wax-paper-lined
'and greased 9"15"x3" loaf pan. Bake
in a•250 degree- oven for one hour.
Coot ,about 30,ininutes before„, turning.
out on a cake rgek.

civic affairs and volunteer com-
munity services" for almost 8')
years, and added that "the Coui -
cil has, through its many worth-
while endeavors, sought to promote

the kind' of human = compassion,
dignity and justice that are basic
to lasting -harmony and progress."

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