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March 26, 1976 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, March 26, 1976

I am a Jew because for Is-
rael the world is not fin-
ished; men will complete it.

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Massermans Mark 50th Anniversary With Family Celebration

A familiar figure as pub-
lic relations specialist for
Jewish communal causes
and a longtime newsman,
Paul Masserman, and his
wife, Beatrice, will cele-
brate their golden wedding
anniversary Sunday at a

He also is secretary of the hood and of the Cong. Beth
Marshall Suburban Lodge Achim Sisterhood.
of Bnai Brith.
She played an active role
He has provided publicity in the Israel Bond campaign
for Bnai Brith, Histadrut since its inception and
and the Jewish National served on its board.
Fund.
The couple have eight
Mrs. Masserman was grandchildren.
active in relief programs
for displaced persons after
Smart Set
World War II. She played
Evergreen Plaza
prominent role in the
12 Mile & Evergreen
American Jewish Con-
Contemporary Fashions
gress. She also was vice
president of the former for young men & women
Cong. Beth Aaron Sister-

FRANK PAUL

Designers of Fine Furs

Complete Fur Service

and His ORCHESTRA

1 1 MILE & LAHSER
Phone: 358-0850

557-7986

"Music and entertainment at
its Best for Your Guests"

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BEATRICE MASSERMAN

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party for family and friends
given by their children, Rob-
ert and Esther Broner,
Monte and Marcia Masser-
man and Jay and Aliza Mas-
serman.
As a highlight to the cele-
bration, the senior Masser-
mans will read excerpts
from their memoirs, "All
Our Years," written as a
legacy for their children and
grandchildren.
The Massermans were
married in Detroit March -

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cup of coffee amd,

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TRANSPORTATION INCL.

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Jam Cookies

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BY NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

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Rose Citron
968-0670

25900 Greenfield
Landmark Bldg

Celebrate
Good Old American Savings

at

ROSIE'S PLACE

The following recipe for
Passover comes from the
new Pesah cookbook pub-
lished by the Sisterhood of
Beth Pinchas Congregation,
1710 Beacon St., Brookline,
Mass. 02146. For a copy,
send $4.60 which includes
handling and return pos-
tage. This recipe is for a
Passover treat—Pesandik
cookies.

1/2 cup oil
two eggs
1/2 cup crushed nuts
1/2 cup sugar
34 cup cake meal
jam
Mix oil and sugar. Add eggs.
Beat until blended. Add cake
.meal and nuts. Mix. Form into

WOMEN'S APPAREL

See Our
New Holiday Frocks

balls and place on a greased
cookie sheet. Make an impression
(a hole with your thunb) in the
center of the cookies and fill with
jam. Bake 10 to 12 minutes at
450 degrees.

Man.-Wed. 9:30-6
Thurs. Fri. 9:30-7, Sat. 9:30-2
Sun. 10-2

PAUL MASSERMAN

28, 1926. Mr. Masserman
came to Detroit in 1913
from Russia. His wife ar-
rived from Russia in 1922.
A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, Mr.
Masserman has been a
newspaperman and public
relations specialist most of
his life. He was on the staff
of the Detroit Times for 18
years, holding such posts
as telegraph editor and
state editor. He also edited
The Northwest Record and
the Michigan Democrat.
After the Times folded, he
was public relations direc-
tor for the local Israel
Bond Organization for 12
years.
Mr. Masserman is the co-
author of "The Jews Come
to America," a publication
used in schools and semi-
naries in the U.S., England
and Australia,
He has been active in the
Democratic Party and in
the Jewish Community
Council. He was secretary
and vice president of Cong.
Beth Aaron and is active at
Cong. Beth Achim, where he
is the editor of The Beacon.

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City of Hope Tribute
to Helen Rosenberg

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HELEN ROSENBERG •

City of Hope Detroit Can-
cer Fighters has changed its
name to City of Hope Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fighters
to memorialize Helen Ro-
senberg, who died March 17.
Mrs. Rosenberg founded
the chapter in 1952, was a
national board member and
the chapter's honorary pres-
ident.
The organization is also
establishing the Helen Ro-
senberg Living Memorial
Foundation at the City of
Hope National 141edical Cen-
ter in California.

11 MILE & LAIISER, SOUTHFIELD

hi The Mall

AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS

FLEA MARKET
MARCH 25th

Harvard Row Merchants

4

Aladdin Drugs
Athens Souvlaki, Rest.
Burton's "Cai" -
Feminine Fashions
Charlotte's Knit Shop
DiRosa 'lair Fashions
Jules Doneson Travel
Empress Gardens, Rest.
6 :1 .6•6'
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Haber Cleaners
H.R. Barber Shop
11.R. Kosher Meats
Heritage House Books
Moris Huppert Clothie r
Jerome's Shoes
Jewel Bakery

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National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrenstein Jeweler
Original Esquire Rest. &
Parisian Fashions
Reflections of Love Florist
shoe 1 ime
Spitzer's Hebrew Book
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What is a Wicker Works? It's a restaurant
that serves only the finest French and

Continental cuisine. A comfortable setting,
an abundance of interior plantings,

natural wicker, and solid oak, with a
casually elegant touch. Two open hearth
fireplaces for warmth and charm. A

salad bar with an endless array of fixin's and
xvhere,seconds (and thirds) are
not frowned upon.

THAT'S a Wicker Works.
Come see for yourself.

WICKER WORKS

CALL 379-2100 FOR RESERVATIONS.

Value of
-Thought

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-Thitt epochs of our life are
not in the visible facts, but
in the silent thought by the
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NORTHFIELD HILTON INN
5500 CROOKS RD., \T 1-75 TROY, MI.

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