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December 02, 1977 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 2, 1977 31

Jewish Welfare Federation Names 3 for Leadership Awards

Neil A. Satovsky, Diane
Shekter and Robert G. Slat-
kin received the Jewish
Welfare Federation's
annual awards for young
leadership at a meeting of.
the board of governors
Thursday at the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Building.
Slatkin was presented
with the Frank A. Wetsman
Leadership Award. A vice
SHEKTER
SLAliCIN
SATOVSKY
chairman of the Campaign's
=raffles chairman. She is a
Real Estate and Building the Boesky Award in 1972.
member of Federation's
Trades Division, ' he also Mrs. Shekter, who
Culture and Education
serves on Federation's lead- received the Sylvia Simon
Budget and Planning
ership development corn- Greenberg Leadership
Division.
mittee and on the board and Award, has been active for
Mrs. Shekter also is
executive committee of the several years in the
active in Cong. Shaarey
Jewish .Community Center. Women's Division, of which
He is a member of the she is a board member.. She
d of the American Zion- is briefing chairman for the
Youth Foundation and of - division's Campaign, and
e United Jewish Appeal previously served as
Young Leadership Cabinet. institute chairman, $500
Slatkin was president of- briefing chairman, $2004500 .
the Junior Division in 1971- assignment chairman, Fall
72. lie was the recipient of Forum chairman and Corn-

ZIONIST REVISIONISTS OF DETROIT

Let's Celebrate the Victory of

Prime Minister MENACHEM BEGIN

CHANUKAH DANCE

Saturday, Dec. 3-8:30- P.M.

Young Israel Center
24061 Coolidge, Oak Park

.

COLD CUTS, WINE & ,BEVERAGES SERVED ,
$6.50 Donation
Public Invited
968-5575
Tickets available at door

ote ate 6

Apprentice Dancers Present
Story of Joseph at JC CENTER

The Apprentice Dance designed the lights. Admis-
_Group of the Jewish Corn- sion is free.
munity' Center will present
The program will be pre-
"Joseph and His Tech- sented as part of the Cen-
nicolor Dreamcoat," by ter's annual Hanuka.
Weber and Rice, 3 p.m. Sun- celebration.
day in the Fisher gym of the
The group will hold a the-
main Center complex. liar - ater party Jan. 18 when it
net Berg is director.
will go to the Music Hall to
Annette Bergasse andg, see a performance of the
Judi Connors assisted with Paper Bag Players. Group
the choreography. Costumes tickets are available to Cen-
were designed by Amy ter members. For tickets,
Goldman and Tina Wilson. call the Center educational
Gary Hauptman will por- services department, 661-
tray Jacob. Hauptman also 1000.

Zedek, Hadassah, Sinai Hos-
pital Guild and Women's
American ORT.
Satovsky, winner of the
William H. Boesky Memo-
rial Award for outstanding
leadership in the Junior
Division, was presi-
dent in 1976-77. He pre-
viously served as --division
vice president and Cam-
paign general chairman. He
was the division's represen-
tative to Federation's board
of governors and served as
liaison to the Jewisb Voca-
tional Service, Jewish Home
for Aged and Community
Services budget and plan-
ning group.

BECAUSE
MENACHEM
BEGIN
WANTS
YOU TO!

MENACHEM BEGIN

Members of the Jewish Community Center Apprentice
Dance_ Group rehearse for their presentation of "Joseph
and His Technicolor Dreamcoat" to be presented 3 p.m.
Sunday in the Fisher gym of the main Center complex.
Admission is free_

French Cuisine a la Processor

and a Prickly Cactus Volume

By conforming with the
laws of kashrut, using the
_ many _recipes offered in
Ruth Howse's new book,
"French. Cooking Simplified
with a Food Processor" (101
Productions) ; will prove
valuable for the Jewish
housewife.
Over 40 recipes for sea-
food, poultry and meats
- come with their own
intricate _ stuffings and
uces — made in minutes

there is an-extensive chap-
ter on breads and desserts
"= light souffles, cakes,
mousses, crepes, tortes,
cremes and pate a choux.
In "French. Cooking Sim-
plified With = a Food Proc-
essor" Mrs. Howse also
gives hints for the selection,
care and use of the proc-
essor. The book is illus-
trated with "original block
prints by San Francisco art-
ist Rik- Olson,. ,

Also just published by 101
Productions is "The Punc-
tured Thumb," a humorous
new guide to raising cactus
and other succulents by
George Ashley with illustra-
tions by Maggie Baylis.

Some 70 genera are
described in- detail with
notes on their culture and
mention is made of over 400
species and varieties. Mag-
gie Baylis has illustrated 90
plants: with creative and
often.. unorthodox ideas • for
group plantings and
containers..

AShley groups the. plants
by physical characteristics
to aid the reader in finding
a particular type. There are
"The - Fair Haired Boys"
(hairy cactus), "The Toler-
ant Classics" (the rosette
form), "The Ferocious"
(spiny cactus), as well as
"The Minis," "The
Crazies," and others.


.
The forthcoming elections to theWorlai.jortisttongress will be crucial to
the future Israel and the Jewish People.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin, who for 29 years headed the
Herut/Revisionist Movement in Israel and throughout the world expressed
his feelings about the elections when he addressed the leadership of Herut
on the eve of Rosh Hashonah.

"One of the tests our movement will be facing will be the
elections for the forthcoming Zionist Congress. I call upon all of
us to mobilize ourselves for this trial of strength in order to
change the face of the 29th Zionist Congress and to obtain a
mandate to form the next Zionist executive. From Beit
Jabotinsky in Tel Aviv I call on all our friends and sympathizers
throughout the world to register personally and to influence
others to do so and to work and vote for our list so at to ensure
the success of the Revisionist movement."

CAST YOUR BALLOT FOR

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*HIGH PRIORITY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
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INVESTMENT
AMONG THE
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PEOPLE OF ISRAEL AND WORLD JEWRY

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