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December 30, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-30

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Home for Aged Picks Aronsson
President for His Second Term

Herbert A. Aronsson was
re-elected for his second
term as president of the
Jewish Home for Aged at its
annual meeting. Other offi-
cers are Marvin A. Fleisch-
man and Robert A. Stein-
berg, vice presidents;
Daniel LeVine, treasurer;
Alex Sklar, secretary; and
Charles .S. Wolfe, assistant
secretary.

Special commendations
were given to Judge Law-
rence Gubow, Barney Key-
well and Milton K. Mahler,

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who were elected to life
membership on the board of
directors.

Re-elected for three-year
terms were Mrs. Benjamin
Arkin, Dr. Davis Benson,
Daniel Clark, Mrs. Marilyn
Fishman, Hyman Kramer,
Milford Nemer, Irving
Rose, Alex Sklar, Joseph
Slatkin and Mrs. Samuel
Zeldes.

Elected to new three-year
terms were Paul Borman,
Dr. Stanley Levy, I. William
Sherr and Robert W. Well-
ing.

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Flint News

Women Join Plea for Soviet Jewry

Member of the Flint Jewish
Community Council
participated in a Women's
Plea for Soviet Jewry at the
Genesee Valley Shopping
Center _Dec. 8.
They joined women in more
that 50 other cities in the U.S.
demonstrating on behalf of the
thousands of Soviet-Jewish
families separated by the
emigration policies of the
Soviet government.
Flint women who
participated in the program at
the mall were Gloria Siegel,
Phoebe Stanzler, Phyllis

Powers, Esta Mitchell, Jo
Abramson, Sue Himelhoch,
Elaine Pier, Esther Price and
Natalie Pelavin.

Pollack to Speak
foi UJA Shabat

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. John Ebert.
of Southfield announce the
enagement of their
daughter, Karen Beth
Ebert, to Eugene G. Tate,
son of Mrs. Mike Seigel of
Florida. Miss Ebert earned
a master's degree in
medical and biological
illustration at the
University of Michigan.
Her fiance attended Wayne
State University. A May
wedding is planned.
***
Mrs. Lorraine Jacobs of
Rue Versailles Ave., Oak
Park, announces the
engagement of her
daughter, Linda Susan
Jacobs to Gary Michael
Gold, son of Mrs. Roslyn
Gold of Eastwood Ave.,

Oak Park, and the late Mr.
Robert Gold. Miss Jacobs,
daughter of the late Mr.
Jack Jacobs, attends the
Detroit College of Business
Administration. Her fiance
was graduated from
Central Michigan
University. A July wedding
is planned.

Prof. Allen Pollack, a
member of the executive
committee of the World
The Finest In
Zionist Organization, the
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board of governors of the
Jewish Agency and the board
of directors of the United
Israel Appeal, will speak at 8
p.m. Jan. 6 at Temple Beth El
AND HIS
for its second annual United
FJCC Committee
Jewish Appeal Shabat.
ONTINENTALS
The program will include a
398-3664
Sets Talk Series
service as well as the talk by
Prof. Pollack on "Peace in the
Rabbi Balfour Brickner, Middle East. "FJCC
director of the department of
SPECIAL
interreligious affairs for the
OFFER
Flint People
Union of American Hebrew
2 Hours
Congregations, will deliver the
000
Make News
FREE
first lecture for the Flint
Jewish Community Council's
FILM
Ken Siegel, assistant
community relations prosecutor and chief of
TRANSFER
With Every
committee lecture series 8 program development in the
Transfers from 8mm, Super-8, 16mm
RCA or JVC
p.m. Jan. 11 in Temple Beth Genesee County prosecuting
Video Tape
Unit Purchased
El.
attorney's office, was
Slides with Sound, Color & Titling.
Rabbi Brickner will speak nominated by the local
Film
Transfers
o- n "After 2 , 000 Jaycees for the "Five
to
Years—Jewish-Christian Outstanding Young Men of
Video
Relations."
Tape
Michigan Award."
VIDEO TRANSFER & SALES
The second lecture will
Dr. Milton Siegel was
feature Rabbi Maurice Davis, elected a trustee of the United! Honeywell Center, Suite 140
who will speak on "religious Israel Appeal at its annual 17515 W. Nine Mile Rd. Southfield, Mich. 48075
Cults" 8 p.m. March 5 in meeting Dec. 9.
Temple Beth El. The
final speaker in the series will
COMMUNITY
be Prof. Shlomo Avineri, dean
of the faculty of social
CALENDAR
sciences and professor of
political science at - Hebrew Tuesday —Temple Beth El
University of Jerusalem, Sisterhood board meeting,
whose topic will be "Toward noon, temple; Bnai Brith
Peace in the Middle East." meeting, 8 p.m.; and FJCC
His lecture will take place 8 basketball teams practive, 8
p.m. March ,28 in Cong. Beth p.m., Temple Beth El.
Israel.
Wednesday Cong. Beth
Israel adult Hebrew class,
7:45 p.m., synagogue.
Thursday FJCC Senior
Friendship Cub, noon, Temple
Beth El; Cong. Beht Israel
Sisterhood study group, 12:30
p.m., synagogue; JWVA board
meeting; and Cong. Beht
Israel board meeting, 8 p.m.,
synagogue.

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Marble Cake

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

No one will suspect that
this cake recipe was not
made from scratch. It is
moist and flavorful and not
difficult to make, since it
makes use of a cake mix.

1 pkg. yellow cake mix
1 cup water
_
Y2 cup oil
4 large eggs

1 pkg. instant vanilla pudding

6 ozs. chocolate syrup --
1 8-oz. carton pareve whipping
cream
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix together cake mix, water,
oil, eggs and pudding until well
blended. Pour three-fourths of
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pan. Mix remaining one-fourth
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