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March 09, 1979 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pioneer Women Will Honor Elsie Harold at Bond Lunch

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Mrs. Ben (Elsie) Harold,
an active member of
Pioneer Women for 40
years, will be honored by
Pioneer Women of Detroit
at their annual State of Is-
rael Bond luncheon, to be
held May 10 at Cong. Beth
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the
organization's
president, ,Mrs. Frank (Be-
tty) Rath.
Born in Canada, Mrs.
Harold served as Pioneer
Women's Council president
in Toronto. Following her
move to Detroit in 1951, she
has served as a member of
Hanita Chapter and, on the
council level, as member-
ship chairman, vice
president in charge of
organization, education,
and executive vice
president.
The honoree has been
active in the Israel Bond

Hamantashen

Domino Sugar has pre-
pared a pareve mohn (poppy
seed) hamantashen recipe.
Domino Sugar is kosher and
used traditionally by kosher
cooks.

PASTRY
4 cups unsifted flour
3 tsps. baking powder
3 /4 cup Domino granulated
sugar
1 /4 tsp. salt
4 eggs
1 /2 cup oil
Grated rind of one lemon or
orange

Sift dry ingredients into
large bowl. Make a well in cen-
ter of flour mixture. Break eggs
into well. Add oil and lemon
peel. Stir until well blended.
Turn out onto lightly floured
board and knead until smooth.
Wrap in plastic wrap and re-
frigerate for at least one hour.
Roll out on lightly floured
board to 1/8-inch thickness. Cut
into 4-inch rounds. Place 1/2
tablespoon filling in center of
each circle. Moisten 3 edges of
circle. Bring up three sides to
form three-cornered pocket.
Pinch edges to seal.
Place on greased baking
sheets about 2 inches apart.
Bake at 375 degrees for 20
minutes or until golden brown.

FILLING
pound poppy seeds
1/2 cup Domino granulated
sugar
1/2 cup chopped raisins or cur-
rants
1 tbsp. grated lemon or orange
peel
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 egg
2 tbsps. honey
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Grind poppy seeds in food
processor or using mortar and
pestle. Combine with remain-
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lemon peel, cinnamon, egg
and honey. Fills about 3 dozen
hamantashen.

Peanut Butter
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called "Lesson Plans for the
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for $5.75. This easy cookie
recipe from that book would
be nice as a treat for family
or friends on Purim.

1 1/4 cups sugar
/4 cup chunk style peanut but-
ter
3 egg whites, unbeaten
1 cup chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 de-
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Mix sugar, peanut butter and
egg whites until just blended.
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ELSIE HAROLD

campaign since the incep-
tion of the Bond program
and has served on • various
Israel Bond Women's Di-
vision committees.
She has also contrib-
uted her services to the
Jewish Home for the
Aged for the past three

years as a group leader in
the Resocialization Pro-
gram, and she is a board
member of the Volunteer
Services Committee of
Jewish Family Services.
Mrs. Harold earned a
master's degree in psychol-
ogy at the University of To-
ronto, with a certificate in
nursery school supervision.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold have
visited Israel five times and
plan to attend the Pioneer
Women National Conven-
tion in Israel this fall. Mrs.
Harold's paternal
grandparents left Poland in
1911 to settle in Ein Ganim
(now part of Petah Tikva),
bringing four of their seven
sons with them; today the
Israeli family tree includes
branches of six of the
pioneers' sons.
The Harolds are active
leaders of the Labor Zionist
Alliance.

Temple Israel Sisterhood
Plans Annual Art Show, Sale

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will conduct its 29th annual
Gallery 333 art and antique
show noon-9 p.m. March 25
and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. March 26
and 27 at the main Jewish
Community Center com-
plex in West Bloomfield.
The show will feature the
works of artists, potters,
sculptors and jewelers,
among them Margaret
Murphy Reed, Shari Brush,
Will Allen, Charles Gale,
Jean Toulet, Sheila Wein-
baum, Bill Evans, Barbara
Dabrowski, Ruth Poris,
Cheryle Cameron, Sharilyn
Cohen, Susan Bolt, Bill
Nagengast, Caroline Dulin,
Marilyn Rubin and Eleanor
Folbe. Antiques also will be
sold.
Linda Brodsky is sis-
terhood president. Gen-
eral chairman is Betsy

Rudin. She will be as-
sisted
by
Sheila
Lipschutz,
Charlene
Blondy,
Annette
Schreiber, Barbara Ro-
senthal, Adrienne Milin,
Faith Freeman, Zelda
Stone, Barbara Saltz, Jill
Goldstein, Greta Madi-
son, Rhoda Rittman,
Marcia Blume, Helen
Lappin and Mollie Bank.
The Sisterhood supports
community projects and the
temple youth program.
A fashion show, con-
ducted by Michael Getsoff,
will take place 11 a.m.
March 26.

Tickets will be available
at the door. For ticket in-
formation, call ticket
chairmen, Ms. Milin, 626-
3944, or Ms. Freeman,
557-3369.

Maimonides Women to Hold
Annual Fund-Raising Affair

Maimonides Medical
Society Women's Auxiliary
will hold its annual fund-
raising noon March 27 at
the Raleigh House. Lunch-
eon will be served.

Elisa Falick and Sheri
Michaels.
The community is in-
vited. There is a charge. For
tickets and information,
call the ticket co-chairmen,
Jain Lauter, 661-4455, or
Bobbi Blitz, 851-8828.

Entitled "1979 Spring-
Summer Les Collections In-
ternationales," the affair
will feature fashions from Tickets Available
the Renaissance World of for March Concert
Shops. Madelyn Coe will be
Tickets will be on sale at
commentator.
the Workmen's Circle office,
Proceeds will fund medi- 26341 Coolidge, Oak Park,
cal scholarships to Wayne. Sunday, Monday and Tues-
State University, the Uni- day for the concert of Mis-
versity of Michigan, Michi- cha Alexandrovich which
gan State University and will be presented 8 p.m.
the Hebrew University in March 17 at Oak Park High
Israel, and projects to aid School. Office hours are 1-5
the visually handicapped p.m. Sunday, and 6-9:30
through the Detroit Board p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
of Education, Department Tickets also will be avail-
of Special Education, and able at the door.
the Association for the
Jewish Retarded.

Sandra Nathanson is
president. Fund-raising
chairman is Ann Moss.
Committee members in-
clude: Carla Schwartz,
Malca Wechsler, Ann
Benderoff, Marilyn Co-
hen, Esther Barfi, Gail
Tukel, Carol Coskey,

Marriages

Ilene Rozanoff and
Lawrence Pogats were
married recently. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Rozanoff of South-
field. The bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. Rose Pogats of
Oak Park.

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