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June 29, 1973 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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Treasure of a Lifetime

Colored Movies
by Frank's Studio

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas &
Other Occasions

474-7768

Friday, June 29, 1973-29
More Local Groups 'Adopt' Jews Brickner Fishman THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Needing Assistance in USSR
Rites in Cincinnati City of Trenton Dedicates
The Detroit Action Corn- ages and letters to Soviet
mittee for Soviet Jewry re- Jewish families.
Meyer Ellias Memorial Park
ports increasing interest in

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Allan Rosenberg, chairman
its Adopt-a-Family Program, of the program, said some
Classifieds Get Quick Results involving the mailing of pack- 13 packages have sent to
families, the most recent
ones under the sponsorship
of the following:
Bnai Moshe Men's Club,
Detroit Suburban Lodge of
Bnai Brith, Shaarit Haplay-
tah, David Horodoker Wo-
men's Organization, Beth
Shalom Sisterhood and Oak-
land Century Lodge of Bnai
Brith.
Mr. G.
Other organizations and in-
assisting
dividuals are invited to join MRS. BARRY BRICKNER
the
the "adoption" program,
Master
which assist Soviet Jews
Cheryl Lynn Fishman,
Carpenters
both financially and morally. daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
For information, call Ro- Melvin B. Fishman of Cin-
senberg, 356-0234.
cinnati, became the bride of
Barry Lewis Brickner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brick-
Summer Action Kit
ner of Glenmorra Ave.,
and will be ready
for Soviet Jewry
Southfield, at Adath Israel
by early fall.
Synagogue, Cincinnati. Rabbi
For
the
tenth
year,
the
Everything will
Student Struggle for Soviet Fishel J. Goldfeder and Can-
be new, fresh
Jewry is making available a tor Chiam Feifel officiated.
The bride wore a gown of
and beautiful.
special Soviet Jewry Sum-
mer Action Kit to camps and silk peau de soie and Alen-
interested orgnizations and con lace embroidered in seed
pearls. Her illusion veil fell
groups.
544-3500
from
a Juliet lace cap. Roses
The kit includes back-
Coolidge at 9 Mile Road — Oak Park
ground material, display and orchids formed the bridal
items, action and program bouquet.
Geri Fishman, sister of the
suggestions, lists of Jewish
activists and prisoners to bride, was maid of honor.
Looking for SOMETHING SPECIAL
write, and instructions on Bridesmaids were Mrs. Rich-
placing phone calls to Rus- are Kornblith of Rochester,
For that COOL, SUMMERTIME Meal?
N.Y., sister of the bride;
sian Jews.
Treat yourself to a real Treat:
A special new list of 58 Debra Brickner of Southfield,
Soviet Jews who wish to re- sister of the bridegroom; and
ceive correspondence in He- Mrs. Michael Scheffler.
Best man was Howard
brew is now also available.
Brickner
of Southfield,
The kit, at $5 and the list,
which is free, may be ob- brother of the bridegroom.
Ushers were Richard Korn-
tained from the Student blith, Joel Gartner and Mark
Struggle for Soviet Jewry, Goldberg, both of Southfield.
200 W. 72nd St., suites 30-31,
Following a wedding trip to
New York, N. Y. 10023.
Hawaii, the couple will reside
in East Lansing, where the
bridegroom will attend law
school.

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YETZ-COHEN LADIES
AUXILIARY will honor its
president, Minnie Alpert,
with a dinner party and
square dance 6:30 p.m. July
8 at the JWV home. Mem-
bers of the post and friends
are invited. For reserva-
tions, call Irene Levin, sen-
ior vice president, 968-3169.

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yes many, who received the
benediction of his guidance;
who broke bread because he
gave it and who got their
start because he spread his
faith to them."

Collegians to Bike
to Cranbrook

A group of college stu-
dents, through the Michigan
Association of Jewish Col-
lege Students, has organized
a bicycle tour for 10 a.m.
Sunday starting from the 10
Mile Jewish Center and pro-
ceeding to Cranbrolk Insti-
tute. The group will eat a
picnic lunch at Cranbrook.
All students are invited.
For information, call Gor-
don I. Silverman, 341-4200.

Caricatures

for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

PAREVE

JWV

1 Cell

A three-acre park abutting
the Detroit River in Trenton
was dedicated to one of its
longtime residents Sunday as
Meyer Ellias Memorial Park.
Mr. Ellias, who died in
May 1952, was a familiar
figure in Trenton, according
to a Trenton Times article
that followed his obituary.
He was seen daily delivering
groceries door-to-door, wear-
ing leather walking boots at
a time when not many per-
sons owned them, and he
never complained about the
countless steps he took
making his rounds,
Before coming to Trenton,
Mr. Ellias and his family
were farmers in the Thumb
district of the state. When
his family decided to move
to Trenton, he followed.
He had a philosophy that
he held to all of his life:
"You can't live by the day!"
the Times article quoted.
"One has got to take a
chance, or you'll never get
anywhere,' he would say."
He took chances in his re-
lationships with people. He
loved Trenton and took an
interest in its people, so that
"no one in trouble who ever
went to him was turned
away."
He disliked the ostentatious
and denied that his influence
was of import, but the Times
disagreed. "There are many,

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Dairy Quickies

The American Dairy As-
sociation of Michigan, which
is celebrating June Dairy
Month, suggests the follow-
ing for hot summer meo Is:

FLUFFY PANCAKES

3 egg yolks
1/.2 cup cottage cheese
1 /2 cup milk
1 /4 cup all purpose flour
3 egg whites
Beat egg yolks till thick and
lemony, add cottage cheese and
beat till almost smooth. Blend in
milk, flour and salt. Beat egg
whites till peaks fold over. Fold
egg whites into batter and allow
to stand a few moments. Pour by
1 /4 cupsful onto hot buttered grid-
dle and bake till top is bubbly
and edges baked. Turn once.
Serve immediately topped with
butter and brown sugar or warm
maple syrup. Makes about 12
small pancakes.

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PEANUT PROTEIN SHAKE

at

1 pint vanilla ice cream,
softened
1/2 cup creamy style peanut
butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups milk
Blend ice cream, peanut butter
and vanilla in mixer or blender.
Gradually add milk. Serve imme-
diately.

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'1 pint cold buttermilk
3 tablespoons sugar
PLUS 4 scoops lemon sherbet or
4 scoops orange sherbet, or 3
scoops pineapple sherbet and
1 /4 cup pineapple juice, or 1/4
cup orange juice and 1 table-
spoon lemon juice
`Mix buttermilk, sugar and any
variation in mixer or blender.

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Studied at Center

A central information and
reference agency for un-
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Md. Anyone involved in such
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Center of Innovative Juda-
ism, Interfaith Center, Wilde
Lake Village Green, Colum-
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