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June 21, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 21, 1974-33

Soviet Jewry Unit
to Elect Officers

The Detroit Committee • for
Soviety Jewry will hold its
annual election meeting 8
p.m. July 8 at the 10 Mile
Jewish Center. The slate
committee will list its nom-
inees, and nominations also
can be made from the floor.

RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES

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June 8-29th

Mon. - Wed. 9:30 - 6:00
Thurs. & Fri. 9:30 8
Sat. 9:30 - 6

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A Welcome Home

In a country where no fam-
ily has been left untouched
by war, crowd s of well-
wishers turned out to wel-
come home the Israeli pris-
oners of war from Syria.
One such reception, in the
Tel Aviv suburb of Kiron,
was described in a letter to
Gert Silverman of Northgate
Ave., Oak Park from her
sister Esther Rozolinsky. Mr.
and Mrs. Rozolinsky, who
have lived in Israel for the
past four years, are from
Montreal, where Mrs. Rozo-
linsky was active in Pioneer
Women.
Her letter to Mrs. Silver-
man read in part:
"Last Thursday, the last of
our prisoners returned home.
Wednesday, my neighbor be-
gan collecting 5 lira from
each tenant toward sending
flowers and goodies to a re-
turning prisoner here in
Kiron.
"Thursday morning, early,
the excitement began . . .
Never would I believe I could
be so emotional. I would
never dare to Igo near to the
family, but I was pushed,
not knowing where, until I
came face to face with the
boy. Such a face, so young,
only 191/2 years old. He was
wearing shorts and a yellow
T-shirt, all new. They all

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came home in the same out-
fits.
"This boy looked so good,
I wanted to hug him, as he
represented all our young
ones we lost. He shook my
hands; his mother, in her
early 40s, had tears stream-
ing down her face . . . the
old grandmother was dressed
in white and kept thanking
God, in all languages at her
command.
"The women had set tables
outside the house, everything
covered with flowers, wel-
come signs. P e o p l e were
standing about crying happy
tears.
"The same day, 19 - coffins'
were returned; 'one father
could not accept nor believe
his son came home in a cof-
fin; he killed himself. One
has to be very strong here,
no matter what one feels
within. I have learned a great
deal in the four years we
are here; naturally, the les-
sons aged me. Here there is
hardly a house that has not
been touched, not a house
that hasn't someone away.
"Now we live in the hope
that Syria should want to re-
build her own country, have
her own youth. We will be
very happy if they will be
busy with ithemselVes and
leave us be .. . "

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Beth Abraham-Hillel Young
Adult Singles will have a
road/ rally 7: 30 p. m. Sunday,
meeting in front of Cunning-
ham's Drug Store at Lincoln
Center. There is a nominal
charge.
A party will follow at the
home of Terri Leiderman,
24240 Morton, Oak Park. For
information, call K ar en
Rives, 968-8367, or Joan Dick-
man, 559-6963.

CHARLOTTE'S

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Open Sunday

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All Sales Final — Sale ends 6/29

"The Big Smash," the
opening _program of the
newly-formed Detroit Jewish
Young Adult Council, is the
name of the event for all
single young adults, age 21-
35, which will be held 6 p.m.
June 30 at the Center 10 Mile
branch. There is • an admis-
sion charge.

Solid Foundation

The first lesson any young_
man has to learn is to create
a plan, set his goals, then do
his level best of accomplish
them.

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shape. Cover and let rise in a
warm place for about one hour.
Bake at 375 degrees for about
30 minutes. While it is warm,
frost it. Decorate with blanched
almonds.
• FROSTING FOR YEAST ROLL
1 /4 cup margarine (melted)
1.1 1/2 Cups confectioner's sugar
1/2 tsp. brandy extract
few drops of water
Mix all above together. Add
just enough water to make icing
spread able.

Mix together flour, Salt and
sugar. Cut in margarine with two
knives until mixture resembles
sand. Add yeast to water. Then
add yeast mixture and egg to
flour mixture. Mix and knead a
few seconds. Put it back in the
mixing bowl, cover with a dish
towel and place in refrigerator
overnight. The next day, divide
dough in half. Roll each piece
into a large, thin rectangle.
Spread one-tha1f of the filling
near one end lengthwise, pinch
ends in and roll like a jelly roll.
Flatten with your hands. Put in
a lightly greased pan, rolled side
down. Form into a crescent

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I/4 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. sugar
1 stick margarine
1 pkg. dry yeast
1 /2 cup lukewarm water
1 beaten egg
1 12-oz. can almond pastry filling
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Beth El Singles

Beth El Singles, a social
group for Jewish singles in
their 20s and 30s, will have
a beach party and picnic
Sunday at Pontiac Beach.
Members are asked to meet
at the temple at 10:30 a.m.
Persons interested in join-
ing may -call Ted Dizik, 559-
0762; or Connie Kelmenson,
689-0634.
The group will have try-
outs for its July Coffee
House Night 7 p.m. Wednes-
day at the temple. Interested
persons are invited.
Beth El Singles will have
its monthly games night -and
coffee bar 7:30 p.m. July 10
at the temple. For informa-
tion, call Pauline Snyder,
626-0340.

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