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March 07, 1980 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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'bEiRilit JEW& NEWS

Flint News

Israeli Teens to Visit Flint

Four Israeli high school
students will be in Flint
through Monday to meet
with their American peers,
under the auspices of the Is-
rael Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs and hosted in Flint by
the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council.
While in Flint, the stu-
dents will visit public and
p - 'te high schools and
•e the guests at a teen
paity
The teens will bring
slides and films and will
speak on non-political
topics.
Visiting Flint will be:

.

Meeting, Seder
at Beth Israel

Cong. Beth Isarel will
have a congregational
meeting 7:30 p.m. March 19
in the synagogue. There
will be a report from the
board of education and
school director.
The discussion will only
center on the synagogue's
religious school.
The synagogue is taking
reservations for its second
night Seder to be held 6:30
p.m. April 1. Services will
be held at 6.
Reservations are limited
to 125 and reservation dead-
line is 1:30 p.m. March 16.
For information, call the
synagogue, 732-6310.

Flint ORT Plans
Fashion Show

Flint Chapter, Women's
; American ORT, will hold its
spring fashion show 11:30
a.m. March 24 in the Uni-
versity Club. Luncheon will
be served.
Checks should be made
payable to Women's Ameri-
can ORT and mailed to
Hanna Goodstein, 1722
Lynbrook, Flint, 48507;
Harriet Friedberg, 1141
Springborrow, Flint, 48504;
or Betty Salimi, 5021 Forest
Side Dr., Flint, 48504.

Jerusalem Focus
of Photo Display

Chuck Siegel, a senior at
Carman High School, will
display his photographs of
Jerusalem today through
April 7 at the Harris Gal-
lery, 550 Harrison, Flint.
The son of Mr. and Mrs.
–.!
'n Siegel, Harris took
tisi', photos on two trips to
Israel, one a United Jewish
Appeal Mission.
His exhibit is entitled,
",1
salem of Gold." Gal-
' lei, hours are 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Monday through
Saturday.

Dorit Shmailovitch of
Omer, Ariel Recanati of
Haifa, Sholomit Mendel-
sohn of Haifa and Amit
Morag of Tel Aviv.

Community
Calendar

Saturday — United
Synagogue Youth Shabat
service; FJCC teens party,
7:30 p.m. Cong. Beth Israel;
Temple Beth El movie and
deli supper, 8 p.m.
Sunday — Bnai Brith
Women meeting, noon;
United Synagogue Youth
general meeting and elec-
tions; Israeli dance group,
6:30 p.m., Cong. Beth Israel.
Monday — Hadassah
board meeting, noon, home
of Gloria Siegel, 6342
Stonegate; FJCC executive
committee, 8 p.m., douncil
office.
SILVERMAN-DETROIT
Tuesday —
UJA POST will hold an execu-
Women's Division workers tive committee meeting 10
training session, 9:30 a.m., a.m. Sunday at the Jewish
home of Sherry Kasle, 1248 War Veterans Memorial
Briarcliff; Cong. Beth Israel Home.
SILVERMAN - DET-
nominating committee,
7:30 p.m.; Keren Or meet- ROIT POST will hold an
ing, 8 p.m.
executive committee meet-
Thursday — FJCC ing 10 a.m. Sunday at the
Senior Friendship Club, Jewish War Veterans
noon, Temple Beth El; Beth Memorial Home.
* * *
Israel board of education, 8
p.m.
BLOCH ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will hold a general
membership meeting 8 p.m.
Flint
Tuesday in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Engagements
Nominations for offices will
Mr. and Mrs. Richard be taken. A social hour will
Heitzner announce the follow. For information, call
engagement of their daugh- President Dorothy Cohen,
ter, Bethany Ann Heitz- 547-0780; or the JWV office,
ner, to Dr. Andrew P. 559-5680. * * *
Barak, son of Dr. and Mrs.
ELI LEVIN AUXIL-
Morrey A. Barak of South-
field. Miss Heitzner was IARY will have a paid-up
graduated from Eastern membership dinner 6:30
Michigan University and is p.m. Wednesday at Dimit-
a senior in nursing at Mott ri's Nikos, 316 N. Wood-
Community College. Her ward, Royal Oak.
fiance was graduated from
Wayne State University
and Kirksville College of Caramel Pancake
Osteopathic Medicine in 28 caramels
Missouri. He is a resident at 1 /4 cup water
apple slices
Grand Rapids Osteopathic 4 cups peeled
* * *
Hospital. A June wedding is 1 7-oz. jar marshmallow creme
planned.
1 8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia

JWV

Miss Birnbaum
Plans to Marry

ir

Adult Education
Class at Temple

Temple Beth El will begin
' a Sunday morning adult
education series 11:15 a.m.
March 23 in the temple.
Entitled "Foundations of
Reform Judaism," the series
will focus on the philosophi-
cal concepts that have
shaped modern Reform
Judaism.

Grey Leads Bond Society

Michael Grey, a member
of the Metro Detroit State of
Israel Bonds executive
board, has accepted the
chairmanship of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit State of
Israel Bonds Ambassador's
Society of Trustees (AST), it
was announced by David B.
Holtzman, Metro Detroit Is-
rael Bond chairman.
The AST is an interna-
tional honorary society
which pays recognition to
those persons who purchase
$10,000 or more of Israel
Bonds in a given year. It is
sponsored by Israel's am-
bassador to the United
States, Ephraim Evron, in
conjunction with the Israel
Bond organization.
The new AST chairman is
also chairman of the Coun-
try Club Division and a
member of the Prime Minis-

MISS BIRNBAUM

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Birnbaum of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Diane Lee,
to Sheldon Lee Baskin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bas-
kin of Southfield.
An August wedding is
planned.

Brand Cream Cheese
* * *
1/2 cup milk
2 eggs
1/2 cup flour
1 /4 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. margarine
Melt caramels with water in
saucepan over low heat. Stir
occasionally until sauce is
smooth. Add apples to sauce;
heat. Gradually add marshmal-
low creme to softened cream
cheese, mixing until well
blended.
Combine milk, eggs, flour
and salt; beat until smooth and
well blended. Heat 9-inch skil-
let in oven until very hot. Add
margarine to coat skillet; pour
in batter immediately. Bake on
lowest rack at 450 degrees, 10
minutes. Reduce heat to 350
degrees, continue baking 10
minutes until golden brown.
Fill with fruit. Serve im-
mediately with cream cheese
mixture. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Variation: Substitute 29-oz.
can peach slices, drained or a
30-oz. can apricot halves,
drained for apples.

triday, larch'7, 1980 53

Temple Debate
Focuses on Bias

FOR THE FINEST

Michael Fontham and
Michael Gottesman, the two
lawyers who argued the
precedent-setting "Weber
Case" before the U.S. Sup-
reme Court will debate the
question of "Racial Prefer-
ences: Affirmative Action or
Reverse Discrimination"
8:30 p.m. Monday at The
Birmingham Temple.
For ticket information,
call the temple, 477-1410.

MICHAEL GREY

P

H O T OGR A p

H

WEDDINGS T
BAR MITZVAS



BERNIE

WINER

and ASSOCIATES

357-101 0

.

22101 Coolidge,
1 Block S. of 9 Mi.

ter's Club of Israel Bonds.
He is a member of the board
of directors of Detroit Men's
ORT, a member of a
number of committees of the
Knollwood Country Club,
and is a life-long member of
Temple Beth El.
Grey said he hoped that
this year would see the
highest AST participation
since the founding of the
society in 1976. We plan an
intensive campaign regard-
ing the various investment
vehicles available, invest-
ments that can be an asset
to both purchasers and the
state of Israel's economic
development program,"
Grey said.

Detroit Area
Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers
Assoc:

.

Call 548-4031

We Bone—Skin—Grind—Fish Free

WE WRAP FOR FREEZING ,,

To Our Parents:

WALLY & MARILYN ROSNER
HAPPY 30th ANNIVERSARY

March 12th, 1980
Love,
JUDY & FRANK

You can be sure it's pure if it's kosher and for the
finest in kosher meats and poultry, SHOP AT YOUR
INDEPENDENT MEMBER MARKET OF THE DE-
TROIT AREA RETAIL KOSHER MEAT DEALERS
ASSOC. LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM. IT'S YOUR AS-
SURANCE OF THE FINEST IN KOSHER PRO-
DUCTS.

Starting Sun. Mar. 9th thru Thurs. Mar. 13th

EMPIRE TURKEY LEGS

69c

lb.
U.S.D.A. Choice

MIDDLE CHUCK ROAST
$ 1 79 lb.

The festive holiday of Passover begins Mon. Eve. Mar. 31st Shop early
for your holiday needs.

All Member Markets Open Sun. thru Thurs

Closed Fri. & Sat.

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

PASADENA KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

24721 Coolidge
Allan A. Cohen, Joe Felstein & Michael Cohen
OAK PARK 48237—LI 3-8860

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge Hwy
Jack Cohen—Oak Park 48237
LI 7-4121

19835 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich.-557-7677
Feldman Brothers

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

25254 Greenfield
Jack Miller
Oak Park 48237-967-3907

.

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Oak Park 48237—LI 8-6800

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

32390 Middlebelt Rd
Farmington Hills, 855-1020
Ben Smith Don Barder

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MATS

21780 W. 11 Mile Road
:John Katz, Dave Krasman
Southfield 48076-356-5110

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13721 W Nine Mile Road

mild
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-8111

.

CARL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park
Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

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