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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-09

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Religious School Open to Community

Registration for the Cong.
Beth Shalom Religious School
is now open to children of
nonmembers of the congre-
gation.
Marshall Wallace, chair-
man of the school, announced
Bar and Bat Mitzva training
is included, as well as pre-
Bar Mitzva taut and tefilin

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groups sponsored by the
men's club and pre-Bat Mitz-
va girls' groups sponsored by
the sisterhood.
Activities include crafts,
trips, cooking, photography,
singing, folk-dancing a n d
sports. The service, break-
fast, and interest groups will
be offered to all 7th, 8th and
9th graders under the leader-
ship of Cantor Samuel Green-
baum.
The Beth Shalom Religious
School is an independent,
Conservative congregational
school, offering training to
boys and girls from kinder-
garten through grade 12.
Cyril Servetter is educa-
tional director. For enroll-
ment forms and information,
call the school office, 547-
7973.
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Everything You Could Imagine
COME IN AND
SEE FOR YOURSELF

Gourmet Experiences Provided in 'Cooking with Fruit'

Dover Publications provide
recipes with a choice for so
many of all faiths, all dietetic-
preferences, that "Cooking
with Fruit," by Mark Nor-
wak, will be welcomed with
appreciation.

JNF to Boost
Cost of Trees

The Jewish National Fund
is urging the prompt planting
of trees in Israel before the
upcoming price hike. on Sept'.
1, from $2.50 to $3..00 each.
Prospective planters who
commit themselves to the
planting of 40 trees, a garden
of 100 trees, a grove of 1,000
trees, etc., and place a down
payment now, are only re-
quired to pay the current
price of $2.50 for each tree
until the original purchase is
completed.
The local JNF office is now
accepting preferred New
Year's greeting lists, and
issuing tree certificates (at
the current price) at the
regular or specified time.
The New.Year's greeting card
certificate will be mailed to
recipients denoting the plant-
ing of a tree in his name.
Gift trees are available by
calling the Jewish National
Fund, 968-0820.

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Kochav Youth Set
Installation Dinner

Cong. Bnai David's Kochav
Youth Group will have its
first installation and awards
banquet 7 p.m. Aug. 28 at
the synagogue. Southfield
Councilman Steven Cooper
will speak on "The Import-
ance of Jewish Identity."
Officers to be installed are
Ronald Schwarzberg, presi-
dent; Janet Fink, Marcia
Fink and Michael Schwarz-
berg, vice presidents; Sheri
Mandel, Lisa Korman, secre-
taries; Randy Litcfiman and
Bob Manela, treasurers; Jay
Nitzkin, sergeant - at - arms;
Shelly Stein, mascot; and
Milton Neuman, adviser.
Dinner will be served. Mu-
sic will be provided by Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals. For reservations, call
the synagogue, 557-8210, or
Sue Kendler, 557-1422.

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o reminh

A gelatin mold is always a
hit with summer meals. This
mold serves as a good ac-
companiment to a hot meat
meal or a cold salad lunch-
eon.

1 pkg. lime gelatin
1 pkg. strawberry gelatin
2 cups boiling water
2 cups applesauce

Mix lime gelatin with 1 cup
boiling water. Add 1 cup apple-
sauce. Mix, pour into mold and
chill until hard. Mix strawberry
gelatin with 1 cup boiling water.
Add 1 cup applesauce. Mix and
let it cool. Pour on top of previ-
ously chilled layer and chill again.

COUNT BLESSINGS
This isn't such a had world
after all—think of all that
could happen and never does.

COLORFUL VALUES FOR

Puppet Show Has Road Tour



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By NORMA BARACFI

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

Youth -News

Campers from the Modell
Marionette Program of Camp
Tamarack recently returned
from an eight-performance
road show.
Their tour included per-
formances at the Detroit
Jewish Center; Toledo Cen-
ter Day Camp; Camp Mahi-
ya,• Chelsea; Camp Yehuda,
Leonidas; Camp T a v o r,
Even good advice can't Three Rivers; and Camp
create something out of noth- Tamarack, Brighton.
ing.

Owned by Nellie Freedman
We Carry A Large Selection of
MODERN & TRADITIONAL
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Apple, Strawberry
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Criterion Club will attend
a performance of .the Broad-
way musical "Carnival," to
be presented by the South-
field Summer Music Theater
8 p.m. Saturday at Southfield-
Lathrup High School.
For information, call Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

9 MILE & COOLIDGE, OAK PARK CENTER

Open Daily 9:30 - 5:30

k A

Observers of Jewish diet-
Here are two typical reci-
ary laws will find much of pes fram this interesting col-
value here. The items call- lection:
& GOOSEBERRIES
ing for meats and chicken MACKEREL
4 mackerel
can be applied. Vegetarians 1.4 db. gooseberries
oz. butter
will find a veritable treasure 2
2 glasses white wine
here for their needs.
1 lemon
hard-boiled egg
Miss Norwak includes in .1 Parsley
her 100 recipes a variety of 1 tablespoon sugar
Clean mackerel, removing
appetizers, m a i n courses,
and tails, slit and remove
puddings, pies, foods and heads
backbone. Cook goseberries with
a
very
little water and the su-
drinks—all with fruits for
gar, and break them up roughly
use in many ways.
with the egg, butter, parsley and
Grapefruit astoria, cherry seasoning. prinkle the inside of
the fish with lemon juice and
and strawberry soup, mack- stuff
with gooseberry mixture.
Secure
with toothpicks, put in
erel and gooseberries, cran-
buttered dish,, pour on wine and
berry stuffing, avocado dres- bake at 450°F. far about 30 min-
sing, grilled peaches, straw- utes.
DATE BREAD
berries with wine and Swed-
lb. chopped dates
ish apple cake are just a few 1/2
2 cups boiling water
of the 200 elegant dishes sug- 2 cups sugar
plain flour
ge,sted for preparation with 4 1 cups
cup chapped nuts
2
teaspoons
bicarboate of soda
the help of "Cooking With
1 /2 cup butter
Fruit".
2 eggs
Ms. Norwak includes a 2 teaspoons salt
dates with bicarbon-
chapter on the art of comple- ate Combine
of soda and pour on boiling
water.
Leave
to cool. Cream the
mentary flavoring so that
butter and sugar, and add eggs
cooks can experiment and one
at a time. Add dry ingredi-
create entirely new dishes. ents alternately with date mix-
and stir in nuts. Pour into
Also included is a chart of ture
buttered cocoa tins, filling them
half-full.
(This mixture will fill
suitable combinations f o r
five tins.) Bake at 325°F.
those who like to finish a about
for 1 hour. Serve in, thick
meal with wine, cheese and rounds, well-buttered. Honey
makes a good addition if sand-
fruit.
wiches are made with the bread.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 9, 1974-33

Einstein AZA will sponsor
a car wash 9:30 a.m. Sunday
at Savine's Marathon Serv-
ice, 15441 Greenfield, corner
of Nine Mile Rd. There is a
nominal charge. For infor-
mation, call Jeff Kushner,
968-0234.

Youth Name Adviser

Milton Neuman was recent-
ly named chapter adviser to
the Kochav Youth Group at
Cong. Bnai David. The group
is affiliated with the Nation-
al Conference of Synagogue
Youth.

The i r performance, "A
Snake in Every Garden",
was an adaptation of I.L.
Peretz's short story, "Devo-
tion Without End."
The Modell program is di-
rected by Phil Molby and as-
sisted by Lynn Medow and
J. Patrick Sutton. Other staff
included Susan Climstein,
Beth Egnater, Larry Freed-
man, Barbara Hecht, Maxine
Leva, Ruth Mendel and Mel
Nasielski.

Camper participants includ-
ed Dawn Kellman, Julia Sil-
verman, Leslie Katz, David
Fritz, Audrey Delidow, Andy
Feldman, Liz Front, Keith
Hurwitz, Shoshana Buchalter,
Marcia Tilchin, Laurie Rot-
blatt, Monica Steinmetz, Pam
Viviano, Stuart Weiner, Susie
Horwich, Leah Chodak Zel-
des, Debbie Kingston, Helen
Wechsler, Brian Mutnick,
Jackie Gamer, Joel Fine and
Jill Lublin.

They Made
The Grade

CLARE RAIZMAN, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marc
Raizman of Wellesley Ave.,
Birmingham, attended the
July session of Brandeis
Camp Institute near Los An-
geles. The camp conducts a
leadership training program
for Jewish college youth.
C * *
DAVID LEVITT, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levitt of
Pennsylvania Ave., South-
field, is among 38 students
selected to attend the eighth
Cranbrobk Writers' Confer-
ence meeting this weekend at
the Cranbrook Institutions.
Students attending the con-
ference will meet author
Bruce Catton, who will re-
ceive the first Cranbrook
Writers' Guild literary medal
of honor Sunday.

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