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May 06, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, May 6, 1977

Gus Newman Honored on 85th
by Hebrew Free Loan Society

Gus Newman was present-
ed with a plaque by Hebr-

ew Free Loan Association
President Henry Y. Leopold
on the occasion of his 85th
birthday and 40 years of
service to the organization.
Newman served for many
years on the boards of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Jewish Home for Aged and
more.

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Spring Vegetable Recipes

Business Briefs

David L. Friedman, char-
tered life underwriter for
Aetna Life Insurance Co.,
Kemp Agency. received the
company's 1976 National
Quality Award.

Heidi's Salons of South-
field and West Bloomfield
have begun a new program
in conjunction with local
charitable organizations. A
purchaser of an -admission
ticket to an event-sponsored
by a participating charity
will be awarded a Heidi's
gift certificate. valued at
up to $10. The gift certifi-
cates will be honored at the
Evergreen Rd. and Orchard
Mall locations.
***
Wallace Sampson of
Bloomfield Hills. vice presi-
dent of E.F. Hutton's South-
field office, has been ap-
pointed a member of the
company's Directors Adviso-
ry Council. .
* * *

Members of the Detroit
Association of Life Under-
writers who will attend the
Life Insurance Leaders of
Michigan Sales Spectacular
and annual meeting today
in Lansing are: Maurice A.
Betman (Northwestern Na-

*

*

Frozen Kosher
Dinners Available

Empire Kosher Poultry.
Inc. , has introduced a
three-item line of frozen,
heat-and-serve dinners for
the retail and institutional
trades.
The three dinners include
sliced turkey and gravy,
spaghetti with turkey meat
balls and baked beans and
turkey franks.
Murray L. Katz, presi-
dent. said the dinners were
designed for schools.
camps, • lunch programs.
hospitals and nursing
homes, restaurants and ca-
terers. hotels and motels,
airlines and other transpor-
tation facilities. He also
said they are designed for
one and two-person house-
holds or for the elderly who
often find it difficult to buy
and prepare whole turkeys
and chickens.

BBYO Activities

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Michigan Region's Elec-
tion Training Conclave
(ETC) will take place May
13-15 at Camp Tamarack in
Ortonville. Elections will be
held for all AZA and BBG
Council positions.
The weekend will include
a speaker on motivation,
workshops and discussion
groups on anti-Semitism,
program planning and lead-
ership skills. The coordina-
tors of this year's ETC are
Margaret Block of Dalyah
BBG and Steve Friedman
of Kishon AZA. For informa-
tion, call David Raphael,
354-6113.
Michigan Region AZA
will hold its summer soft-
ball league 9 a.m. Sundays
at Cranbrook Fields, South-
field. The league will last
10 weeks. Registered AZA
members are eligible to par-
ticipate. For information,.

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inc.)
"Creative Kosher Cook-
ing," recently published by
the Friends of the Hebrew
Academy of St. Louis, has
some excellent features as
well as recipes. The basic
laws of kashrut as well as
an outline of the Jewish holi-
days are given. But the es-
pecially unique feature is
the section called Keeping
Kosher in the '70s listing in-
formation about additives
to food. There is also a com-
prehensive list of all the
kosher fish. The book is
available for $5.95 plus 50
cents postage from the H.F.
Epstein Hebrew Academy,
1138 N. Warson Rd., Oli-
vette, Mo. 63130.

(Copyright 1977, JTA,

tional), Bruce Boxman
( Massachusetts Mutual),
Joel F. Garfield (Massachu-
setts Mutual). Edward Gor-
don (North American Life).
A. Michael Levin (Mas-
sachusetts Mutual) and
Alan Nathan (Aetna).

*

MARINATED
VEGETABLES

BY NORMA BARACH

call Raphael.
Samson AZA and Masada
BBG will go to Cedar Point
May 22, leaving from the
BBYO Council office.
Zangwill BBG will spon-
sor a tennis marathon for
Muscular Dystrophy May
20-22 at Frost Junior High
School. For information,
call Lori Etelman, 353-0238.
Gan Dafna BBG will hold
a disco dance 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at United Hebrew
Schools main building.
There is a charge.
Ahavah BBG will hold a
square dance 8 p.m. May 21
at United Hebrew Schools
main building. There is a
charge.

Bicur Cholem
DonorPlanned

Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization will have its
annual donor luncheon noon
May 1& at Cong. Beth
Achim.
Mrs. Joseph Viedrah,
donor chairman, and Mrs.
Abe Bookstein, president,
announce the luncheon will
feature entertainment by
Music Plus One, who will
present a program,
"L'Chaim—to Life." The
group is comprised of
Gloria Bookstein, Freda
Mendelsohn and Marcia
Tanzman, accompanied by_
Rochelle Barr. Betty Fish-
man is narrator.
A pre-donor planning
meeting will take place
11:30 a.m. Monday at How-
ard Johnson's restaurant,
13 Mile Rd. and Woodward
Ave.
For reservations, call the
chairmen. Mrs. Joseph Shif-
man. 557-7104, or Mrs. Sim-
on Shifman, 557-7990.

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1 pt. sour cream
1 cucumber, peeled and
sliced into small cubes
salt to taste
dash garlic powder
dried peppermint leaves
Mix first four in-
gredients. Garnish top
with peppermint leaves.
Refrigerate. An ice cube
may be placed in salad
when ready to serve.

2 lbs. assorted vegetables,
raw (green beans, cauliflo-
wer, okra, eggplant, zuc-
chini, artichoke hearts,
radishes and cherry to-
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Marinate:
1-8 oz. bottle Italian dress-
ar
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2 tsp. dill
1 /4c. lemon juice
1 /2 tsp. salt
Clean vegetables and
cut into bite-sized pieces.
Blanch green beans, cau-
liflower, okra and eggplant
by covering with boiling
water and steaming for 5
minutes. Drain. Keep the
other vegetables raw.
Combine marinade i
gredients. Pour over veglIF.

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