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April 14, 1978 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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38 Frida), April 14, 1918

DISCO FEVER?

small classes for
singles & couples

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Magen David Adorn Women
Plan Fund-Raising Activity

Women's Clubs

The women's committee at Cong. Beth Abraham
of the American Red Magen Hillel Moses.
Ballet-Tap
David for Israel, supporting
The evening will include
preschool to advanced
Israel's emergency medical a late supper, dancing and a
Harriet Vickery
services, announces a silent auction. A travel
travel'n dance night will boutique will be featured.
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Proceeds will help sup-
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port the emergency medical
services of MDA including
ALL BUICKS IN STOCK REDUCED! It Israel's only blood fractio-
nation center, 24-hour
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SAVE $ $ $ $
a emergency ambulance ser-
vice
in every city, town and
BRAND
is
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border community in Israel,
NEW
73 first-aid stations and un-
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derground shelter clinics,
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first-aid training and more.
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Tickets are available by
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• Turbo-Hydramatic
calling fund-raising com-
• Power Steering
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mittee co-chairmen Mrs.
• • Power Disc Brakes
Stuart Bordman, 661-0274,
• Radial WSW
or Mrs. Bob Golding, 661-
• Plus Much More

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EAST ORANGE, N.J.
(JTA) — A one-third in-
crease in the capacity of the
Senior Adult Vacation
Center of the New Jersey
YMHA-YWHA Camps has
been made possible by a cap-
ital grant from the Jewish
Community Federation of
Metropolitan New Jersey.

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DEGANIA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will con-
duct its annual Passover
Seder 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Readings will be taken
from "The Stolen Legacy: A
Woman's Haggada." Guests
are invited. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Linda Iskow, 559-0995.
* *
BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL GROUP,
Hadassah, will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday in the Northgate
Apts. club house. A cassette
recording of Rabbi Alexan-
der Schindler's lecture,
"What Jerusalem Has
Meant to Us Through the
Centuries," will be heard. A
social hour and refresh-
ments will follow. Guests
are invited.

Grant for Aged

Most Orders Will Be

Delivered & Installed
BEFORE PASSOVER

Federation Women to Elect
Officers at Annual Meeting

Officers and board meni-
bers of the Jewish Welfare
Federation Women's Divi-
sion will be elected at the
division's annual meeting
May 18 at the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Dulcie Rosenfeld, a vice
president and Campaign
chairman of the division,
has been nominated as pres-
ident. Ellen Labes, Diane
Shekter, Jessie Stern and
Shelby Tauber have been
nominated as vice presi-
dents.

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Continued by popular demand to April 30th

ISRAEL CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Saturday_ in the
Labor Zionist Institute.
John H. Shepherd, presi-
dent of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, and Dr.
Harold Norris, professor of
law, Detroit College of Law,
will speak. A social hour
will precede the meeting.
Co-hostesses are Rose Rap-
kin and Anntte Mogill.
* * *
PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will have an "East and West
Night" 6:30 p.m. Monday in
the Oddfellows Temple,
Berkley. An initiatory will
take place at 8:30. For in-
formation, call Fay Her-
witz, 548-9248; Sara Adler,
557-3870; or Gertrude
Leaderman, 546-2753.

-

Others nominated for office
are Jane Sherman, correspond-
secretary; Renee Mahler, re-
cording secretary; and Shirley
Harris and Mrs. Rosenfeld, rep-
resentatives to Federation's
board of governors.

Nominated for an additional
three-year term on the Women's
Division board of directors are
Suaan Citrin, Vivian Deutsch,
Ilse Dotter, Linda Klein, Edith
Mittenthal, Rosalind Schiff,
Diane Shekter, Donna Slatkin
and Leah Snider.
Nominated for a first three-
year term on the board are Bar-
bara Berry, Beth Feldman,
Linda Gershenaon, Sharon Hart,

Susanne Hopp, Margery
Kurznuvuz Sherri Lumberg,
Beatrice Rowe and Reva Taub-
man.
For re-election to the Advisory
Service Council. the nominees
are Goldie Adler, Phyllis Allen,
Clare Arnfeld, Marion Handle-
man, Pauline Jackson and
Blanche Pollack. Jean Frankel
and Beryl Winkelman have been
nominated for a that term on the
counciL

Additional nominations
may be made by petition
signed by 25 members and
submitted at least one week
in advance of the annual
meeting. Nominees must
have agreed to serve if
elected.
All women who contri-
buted to the 1978 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund are mem-
bers of the Women's Divi-
sion and are entitled to vote.
Shirley Harris chairs the
division's nominating
committee. Serving with
her are Doris August, Judy
Frankel, Edythe Jackier,
Nancy Jacobson, Shelby
Tauber and Melba Winer.

Orthodox Women Print Cookbook

NEW YORK — The wo-
men's branch of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America has
printed a Passover cook-
book.

The Passover cookbook
gives hints on preparing
one's home for the holiday
and offers suggestions for
lunches and recipes for diet-
ers.

Entitled "A Pesach Sam-
pler: From Appetizer to
Afikomen," the book con-
tains among its recipes the
following:

SQUASH MUFFINS

11/2 lbs. small squash
1. onion (medium) grated
4 eggs, separated
1 cup potato starch

Peel squash and grate. Add
beaten yolks and onion, sea-
son to taste with salt and pep-
per. Gently fold in stiffly
beaten egg whites then potato
starch. Pour into greased muf-
fin tins. Bake at 350 degrees
for 50 minutes.

GEMS
3 eggs
V2 cup sugar
1 cup walnuts, broken
V4 cup prunes, cut up
1 cup chopped dates
margarine to grease pan
Beat eggs and sugar lightly.
Add other ingredients, blend
together. Fill well-greased
small size muffin tins (2"
diameter) 34 full. Bake at 300
degrees for 40 minutes. Re-
move from oven. Immediately
slide knife around each muffin
to facilitate removal. Carefully
ease out each muffin. Yields
18.

Israel Museum
Photo Dept. Set

JERUSALEM — The Is-
rael Museum of Jerusalem
has established a depart-
ment of photography to in-
dude a permanent collec-
tion of creative photographs
reflecting important
periods of .photography's
history; a library; and
exhibitions of photographs
from the permanent collec-
tion.

BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
post-Mother's Day Social
May 18 at the Music Hall
Center for the Performing
Arts to see Yiddish theater
star, Molly Picon. Curtain
time is 8:30 p.m. Tickets are
still available. For informa-
tion, call Marcia Davis,
547-0177.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will have a pre-
Passover meeting 11:30
a.m. Monday at the North-
gate Apts. club house.
Brunch, sponsored by Ethel
Rosenberg, will be served.
Max Shneiderman will pre-
sent a program. Guests are
invited.
* * *
WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZA-
TION will meet 11:30 a.m.
Monday at the MCL
Cafeteria in the Tel-12
Mall. Plans for fund-raising
events will be discussed.

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Andor Hel-
ler of Bethesda, Md., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Edith Hel-
ler, to Burt Glenn Ar-
nowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Arnowitz of Oak
Park. Miss Heller was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Maryland where she
majored in art. Her fiance
attended Michigan State
University. A July wedding
is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Stoorman of Birmingham
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Wendy

Stoorman, to Donald

Levitt, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Levitt of Bloomfield
Hills. Miss Stoorman was
graduated from Wayne
State University with a
major in art history. Her
fiance was graduated from
Kalamazoo College and
earned a master's degree in
psychology from Duquesne
University in Pittsburgh,
Pa. A June wedding is plan-
ned.

JNF Announces
Humphrey Tthbute


ST. PAUL — The Jewish
National Fund launched
the Hubert H. Humphrey
Parkway in the American
Bicentennial Park in Israel
in tribute to the memory of
the late Senator. An-
nouncement was made at a
press conference with the
participation of Hubert H.
(Skip) Humphrey, III and
Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, JNF
executive vice president.

The Humphrey Parkway,
being constructed as a joint
Israel-American endeavor,
will stretch for 10 kilomet-
ers along the mountain
ridges of the Judean Hills
southwest of Jerusalem. It
will serve as the main ar-
tery linking all of the
facilities of the park with
the Holy City.

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