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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-06

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Fri6y, Janilary.6, 1984 .49

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Boltons Celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Ben
(Esther) Bolton were hon-
ored recently on the occa-
sion of their 50th wedding
anniversary at a dinner-
dance at the Furniture
Club.
The dinner-dance was
given by the couple's chil-
dren Norman, Kenneth and
Steven. The senior Boltons
have seven grandchildren.
Mr. Bolton, known as
Bernard or B.B., was in the
wholesale meat business for
many years. Mrs. Bolton
worked as a bookkeeper.

They are longtime
members of the Knights
of Pythias, and Mr. Bol-
ton was the Grand Chan-
cellor for the state of
Michigan in 1962.
Mr. Bolton is a charter
member of the Brandeis

JEWISH AND SINGLE
of Cong. Beth Shalom will
have an oneg Shabat 8:30
p.m. Jan. 13 in the
synagogue. Dr. Jacqueline
Zeff of the Midrasha will
speak on "Make Book on It:
Interesting Jewish Litera-
ture." Refreshments and a
social hour will follow the
program. Admission is free.

* *

THE BOLTONS

Lodge of Bnai Brith and the
couple is affiliated with the
Pinsker Aid Society.
A week after the family
gathering, the couple was
honored by the Knights of
Pythias at the Pythian Hall.

Anai Brith Activities

REAL ESTATE AND Bnai Brith Council, will
CONSTRUCTION
be installing officer.
LODGE will have its an-
For reservations, call
nual dinner-dance 7:30 p.m. Bruce Wayne, 557-2625; or
Jan. 21 at Southfield Char- Glass, 553-9302.
* * *
ley's. There is a charge, and
guests are invited.
HUNTINGTON WOODS
Officers to be installed at CHAPTER will have an
the affair are: Isaiah Shafir, open board meeting 7:30
president; Morton Dermer, p.m. Monday in the home of
Leo Eagle, Maurice Andrea Brown, 13329 Vic-
Katzman and Harold Ny- toria, Huntington Woods.
man, vice presidents; Les Officers and chairmen will
Perlman, Maynard Metler read reports. The February
and Harry Krim, anniversary party will be
secretaries; David Chicorel, discussed. The elections
treasurer; Joel Willens, committee will meet this
chaplain; and Arthur month to draw up a slate of
Schott, adviser.
officers. Members who wish
Trustees to be installed to be considered for a posi-
are: Leland P. Allcut, Jr., tion should call Linda Be-
Sol Benederet, Mel Bonin, rman, 967-1073. Persons
Iry Glancy, Allen Glass, planning on attending the
Arie Moskovitz, Jack open board meeting should
Pomeroy, Mitch Ribitwer, call Ms. Brown, 545-0590.
Earl Sherman, Norman
Steel, Gerald Sukenic, Is-
rael Tal, Isaak Itkis and Leo Miss Rosenfeld
Majzels.
Plans to Marry
Charles
Gordon,
executive director of the
Metropolitan Detroit

Rum Ice Cream

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.)
4 egg yolks
41/2 tbsps. sugar
4 egg whites
1 1/2 cups pareve whipping
cream
1 /4 cup white rum
chocolate syrup
Beat egg yolks and sugar
until thick. Beat whipping
cream until thick and fold into
yolks. Beat whites stiff and
fold in rum. Then fold in egg
white-rum mixture into egg
yolk-whipping cream mixture.
Lightly grease a ring mold.
Pour in mixture and freeze
overnight. Slice into 10-12 por-
tions. Pour a little chocolate
syrup over each serving.

Lawyers Body
to Hear Judge

Wayne Circuit Judge
William J. Giovan will ad-
dress the Detroit Graduate
Chapter of the Tau Epsilon
Rho Law Fraternity at a
dinner meeting at 6 p.m.
Thursday at Southfield
Charley's.
For reservations by to-
day, call Mike Anspach,
259-3020; Al Betz, 399-
4884.

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Singles Events

COMMUNITY NET-
WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES' Chai Singles
Skiers will go cross-country
skiing 1 p.m. Sunday at the
main Jewish Community
Center. Cost of the outing
includes rentals. For reser-
vations, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 219.
A trip to Alpine Valley for
downhill skiing is planned
for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
For details, call the Center.
A second trip to Alpine Val-
ley for downhill skiing will
take place 9 a.m. Jan. 22.
The CNJS and the Center
Health Clubs will join for an
indoor tailgate party at 4
p.m. Jan. 22 at the main
Jewish Center. Cost of ad-
mission includes food. For
information and tickets,
call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 272 or 219.

* * *

THE JEWISH SIN-
GLES / PARENTS SUP-
PORT NETWORK OF
ANN ARBOR will hold a
steering committee meeting
at a potluck brunch at 11
a.m. Sunday in the home of
Adrienne Kaplan, 911 De-
wey, Ann Arbor. Anyone in-
terested in helping to plan
activities is welcome. For
information, call Ellie

Krantz, 261-3760 or 662-
9814.
The group will have a ski
party 1 p.m. Jan. 15 at Les-
lie Park, followed by a cocoa
party at 3 p.m. at Ms. Kap-
lan's home. For reserva-
tions, call Ms. Kaplan,
662-1817; or Ms. Krantz.

BNAI BRITH SING-
LES will have a pizza party
7:30 p.m. Jan. 15 in the Bnai
Brith Building. - There will
be food, music and a mys-
tery speaker. There is a
charge, and non-members
are welcome.

* * *

SOLO FLIGHT SING
LES of Temple Beth El will
present a talk on "What's

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be the guest speaker. A so-
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There is an admission
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call Henry Brand, 535-
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Bloomfield.
Miss Rosenfeld was
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Alzheimer Unit
to Meet Sunday

Detroit Area Chapter, Al-
zheimer's Disease and Re-
lated Disorders Association,
Inc., will meet 2 p.m. Sun-
day at Madonna College,
Science Lecture Hall.
Charles S. Wolfe, execu-
tive vice president of the
Jewish Home for Aged, will
speak on "Aging in America
— 1984."
For information, call the
Alzheimer's office, 540-
2373.

All extremes are errone-
ous.

A group of Jewish war
veterans who fought in Rus-
sia during World War II will
have a meeting 7 p.m. Tues-
day at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center.
The program will include
a talk in Yiddish by State
Sen. Jack Faxon on "Rights
and Responsibilities." Pan-
tomimist Herman Pritz will
entertain.

Conn. Position

NEW YORK — Adge Sol-
omon, of Nst Hartford,
Conn., a national vice
president of Women's
American ORT, was re-
cently elected chairman of
the Connecticut Advisory
Council on Vocational and
Career Education.

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Veterans Unit
Plans to Gather

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.

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