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March 31, 1972 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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THE DETROlt,Isysism NEWS

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PEPS: YOU UP
SLIMS YOU DOWN

Hazak Shigles
PlanApril 7 Social

Campaigners Share Major Roles

mar 41 ea- iii4F 7 fE " in Variens_ Allied Drive Divisions

A new group of single adults
By
-c ailed "Hazak" .(Hebrew for
"strong") 'wilt hold a 'social, fea-
turing dancing to an orchestra and
.refieshments, 8:30 p.m.- April ?At
the Diplomat-Towers, Southfield.
This marks _the _third social of
is
(copiright
the three-month-old nonprofit or
headed - by Herman
14TA,7211c) -,- • --
Gorman, president.--- Paid-up men:t-
win he - admitted free. -
By RUTH SIRIUS
The group meets once a month
(Copyrigkt 1972, JTA, Inc.)
at various locations, and spends
To any food-loving person, Pass-
the afternoon in discussion and
over is a real holiday. There are
entertainment.
so many goodies and delicacies for
There are no elevators in the this week-long holiday that one can
house of success.—H. H. Vreeland enjoy himself endlessly. Our de-
licious tradition has produced such
fantastic treats as fluffy kneidlach
(matzo-balls) and crisp matzo-brie;
Wishing All Our
chewy macaroons and crunchy
Friends. and ,Cystomers
mandel brodt. The forbidden bread
- A HAPPY PASSOVER
is not really missed when we have
those mouth-watering specialties
around. To add to your Passover
cakes repertoire, you will find here
a special cake that is flavored with
orange juice and has nuts inside
for added interest. You can use it
Ea -
for ending Passover meals, for en-
tertaining, or when you are in the
coffee-and-cake mood.

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COMES IN THE
HANDIEST 3-CAN
SLEEVE' IN TOWN!

SINGER'S

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JACK -ATTIS PHIL SWARIN

13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE

LI 7-8111

WE DELIVER

What else can we say?

PASSOVER ORANGE CAKE
8 eggs, separated
iti cups sugar
43 cup orange Juice
1 teaspoon grated orange rine.
11/4 cups sifted Passover cake meal
2 ,4 teaspoon salt
tfi teaspoon cinnamon
Vs cup finely chopped nuts
I. Beat egg y oolks until thick and lemon.
colored. Gradually add sugar, beating
after each addition until mixture is
light but very- thick. Add orange Juice
and beat well (about three minutes in
electric mixer). Stir in orange rind.
2. Sift together cake meal, salt and cin-
namon; add nuts and mix lightly. Fold
dry ingredients gently Into beaten
l
egg yoks.
3. Beat egg whites until stiff but not
dry; gently fold into cake batter,
blending well.
4. Turn into nine or 10-inch =greased
tube 131111. Bake in 325-degree F. oven
nee hour or until done.
5.Remove from oven; invert pan and
cool cake before removing frean pan.
Top cooled cake with whipped cream
(optional).

Linda Bornstein Will
Marry Daniel Dunn

"Members of the food division gathered recently at the Raleigh -
House to do their part In making this year's Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund the most successful in Detroit's history.
Among those attending to hear Leon Duizin (third from left), treas-
urer of the Jewish Agency for Israel, were (from left) Samuel Fran-
kel, 1972 campaign chairman; Nathan Fink, chairman 'of the food
division; and Paul Zuckerman, 1972 chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, a member of the food division and former Allied Jewish
Campaign chairman.
At the PaceSetters reception for the mercantile division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign (In second photo from top) were Norman
Wachter (at left), chairman of the division and host for the evening
and two of his section officers, Sherman L Becker and D. Lawrence
Sherman.
Knoliwood Country Club was the scene (third photo from top)
for the first fall meeting of the services-arts and crafts division of
the camapign. Yehuda Hellman (center), journalist and political
analyst, told those attending of the great need of Israel's people for
help from the American Jewish community. At left is Sol R. Colton,
division chairman, and (at right) Robert A. Steinberg, chairman of
the dinner and former chairman of the division.
The leadership of the dentists' section talks over the anticipated
increase from participants in their Allied Jewish Campaign meeting.
In the bottom photon are (from left) Dr. Stuart Falk, co-chairman; Dr.
Arnold Kollin, Dr. Elliot Folbe and Dr. Myron Attenson, associate
chairmen; and Dr. Jack Friedland, chairman.

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We are indeed happy that_you selected

Dexter-Davarion Market

for your passover needs.

We wish to apologiie for any -Incorvenience
or delay caused in handling the large crowds.

We are sorry that we didn't have a

• Bigger Store
• More Shopping Carts
• More time in the day
• More "Koyach" (strength)

Please bear with us and
we will continue to make

Dexter-Davison Market

your ideal and

COMPLETE SUPER MARKET

THANK YOU "CHAG SAMEACH" AND A

HEALTHY HAPPY PASSOVER TO

ALL OUR FINE FRIENDS 8 CUSTOMERS

Cornier & Co4en

5 amilie3

MISS LINDA-BORNSTRIN

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bornstein of
Weyher Dr., Livonia, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Linda Sue to Daniel M. Dunn, of
JAncoln Rd., Oak Park, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dunn.
Miss Bornstein is a junior at
Wayne State University, majoring
in library science education. Mr.
Dunn is a senior at Wayne State.
He is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity.
A July wedding is planned.

Drug Forum Set for Parents Only

Cong. Shaarey Zedek Men's Club
will sponsor a special program,
"The Drug Scene — for Parents
Only," 10:30 a.m. April 16 at the
synagogue. A continental breakfast


• . •
activ tttes m Society

Among guests from the Detroit area attending the recent wedding of
Atthur Liss and Beyerly Hein in Corpus Christi, Tex.; were Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Glassman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glassman, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Gordon, Mark Liss, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nachman, Mrs. Maurice
Rubenstein, Kenneth Bertin and James Stegman.
_ Mrs. Leonard Sims, a past international president and presently
Baal Brith Women's laws committee chairman, and Mrs. Philip Fealk,
member of the board, attended the international executive board meet-
ing of Bnai Brith in Washington.

will precede the program.
Dr. Derek H. Miller, psychiatrist
and chief of adolescent service at
the University of Michigan, will
speak. Dr. Miller, who was a resi-
dent in psychiatry at both Topeka
State Hospital and the Menninger
Foundation in Kansas, has taught
and lectured at many colleges and
clinics in England and the United
States. He will answer questions
pertaining to any problems involv-
ing adolescents.
The free program is open to
adults only, as Dr. Miller feels
this is the best way to have a help-
ful and meaningful exchange of
information. Program chairman is
Marvin Fleischman.

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