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January 07, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-07

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Friday, January 7, 1977 25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -

Jewish Holiday Table Settings Focus of Play

-

Shaarey Zedek Sister-
mod will present an orig-
inal -play "What Is a Ta-
ble?" by Anne Parzen at
the sisterhood's paid-up
membership luncheon
noon Monday in the syn-
agogue.
The play focuses on
seven table settings for
.4ewish holidays.
Helping with the ar-
rangements for the pro-
gram are Marion Pierce,
vice president of pro-
iramming, and Geraldine
Margolis, vice president of
ership; Joyce Blum
IP ANNE PARZEN
ose Meskin. Elie
, Ms. Meskin and Janet Pont, narrator;
Shayna Silverman will do Henrietta Weinberg,
the festival table decora- Maida Portnoy and Roz
tions.
Shipko, actresses; Carol
Among the cast are Milgrom, pianist; Mary

,Women's Unit Panel to Focus
on Cults Who Seek Out Youth

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations
will present a program on
"Cults . . . Curse or
£rusade," dealing with
the various movements
that prey upon young
people, 7 p.m. Jan. 16 at
Southfield-Lathrup High
'School.

Panelists
_include
oseph Alexander, a pro-
fessional deprogrammer
who has rescued more
than 1,000 youngsters
from cults; Michael
Trausch, assistant dis-
trict attorney of Pima
County, Ariz., who has
devised a method of at-
taining legal guardian-

ship of the young adult so
that he can be deprog-
rammed without danger
to the parent of civil or
criminal court action; Jef-
frey Thal, a Detroiter at-
tending Boston Univer-
sity and a former Chil-
dren of God member; and
Cathy Knight, - who re-
cently was deprogram-
med after an affiliation
with the Unification.
Church. Mrs. Donald Thhl
will be moderator.
The public is invited.
For information, call Mrs.
Sander Klein, league
pi'ogram chairman, 569-
0394, or ,Mrs. Leo Ordin,
league president, 353- .
9463.

LEUIN'S
NEW YEAR SALE \

Freedland, musical coor-
dinator; and Marjorie
Saulson, Doris August,
Ann Baruch, Anita Gil-
bert, Betty Fishman,
Jean Goren, Joan Jacobs,
Drora Kleinplatz, Jeri
Levit, Sylvia Mevis and
Lama Shetzer, choral
group.
For reservations, call
Mettie Golub, 557-1782, or
Gertrude Lachover, 546-
7377.

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with coupon only

Professional

CURLING
IRON

Chrome or Teflon
reg. $11.95

Class Still Open

Registration is still
being taken for the Tem-
ple Beth El Sisterhood-
Jewish Community

Center sponsored slim-
nastics program held 9

-

a.m. and 10:15 .a.m. Tues-
days and Thursdays in
the temple. There is a
charge. For information,
call Pauline Berke, 851-
1291.

only $ $695

With Coupon only

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or Shampoo

16 oz. reg. $2.49

$ 169

while quantities last

no limit

limit 1

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Closed Sunday

Invite You To Attend Their

We need your help to establish a

Lubavitch Women
ffer Courses

shei Chabad will
offer a series of mini-
courses, Jan. 24-Feb. 14 at
the Lubavitch Center.
The courses will include
needlecraft and crochet-
, ing, cooking, baking and
cake decorating, folk
dance and guitar.
Each course will be of-
fered for three evenings.
There is a charge..
For information and
registration, by Jan. 17,
call Kayla Polter, 399-
3918, or Judy Karbal,
557-0392.

Honesty is praised and

starves.



Latin,

in the
American Bicentennial National Park
in Israel

Cookie Recipe

BY NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

Pineapple and cheese
are an excellent combina-
tion. These s cookie
squares look pretty and
taste great. Keep them
refrigerated to store.

11/2 cups cookie crumbs •
1/3 cups melted margarine
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 cups sugar
#2 can crushed pineapple, well
drained
8 oz. cream cheese
2 egg yolks, beaten (save whites,
for topping)
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. flour.
Mix crumbs, margarine, cin-
namon, and sugar. Spread on the
boftom of a 9x9 square pan. Put
pineapple on top. Mix the rest of
the ingredients together in your
mixer. Pour over the pineapple.
Bake at 375 degrees for 25 min-
utes. For a topping: Beat 2
eggwhites with 1/4 cup sugar
until stiff. Pour over baked
squares and bake 10 more minut-
es.

/

Street

THE WOMEN OF JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

.

feel about their worth
and work, and tools to up-
grade the status of the
volunteer.
Kathleen Straus is pres-
ident of AJCommittee's
Detroit Chapter. Adele
Sonenklar is president of
the 3,000-member Detroit
Section, National Council
of Jewish Women.
For reservations, call
the NCJW office, 557-
9604. Cost of the seminar
includes luncheon.

Free

Parking)
Mon. thru Sat. 8 to 6. Across tt
4ise/

AJCommittee and NCJW Join
for Program on Volunteerism

A seminar on "What Do
Women (Volunteers) Re-
* ally Want?", sponsored by
the Detroit Chapter,
American. Jewish Com-
mittee, and Greater De-
troit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women,
will take place 9:30 a.m.
Jan. 24 in the United
:Hebrew Schools main
building, 21550 W. 12
Mile, Southfield.
Dr. Elizabeth Douvan,
professor of psychology
and program director of
Survey Research Center,
University of Michigan,
...will deliver the keynote
address.
The program also will
feature workshops focus-
ing on how volunteers

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REDKEN
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JHIRMACK
VIDAL SASSON
PRODUCTS

Mrs. Louis (Diane) Levine.

President

Guest Speaker

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis

ALSO
FEATURING

MUSIC plusONE

Vocalists

Freda Mendelson
Gloria Bookstein
Marcia Tanzman

NarratOr

Betty Fishman

Accompanist.... Rochelle Lakin

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK .

for information call: JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

22100 Greenfield Rd. Oak Park, Mich. 48237 — 96C-0820

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