Friday, May 9, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE
BETH EL will hold its annual
spring rummage sale on Thurs-
day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and May
16 from 9 a.m. to noon at the
temple. The sale includes clo-
thing for men, women, and chil-
dren; toys and games, household
items and more. There also will
be a snack bar. The co-chairmen
are Bea Goldstone and Beatrice
Strichartz. For information, call
the temple, 851-1100.
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The Healthiest Traditions
Fleischmann's®Margarine and Egg Beaters:
Naamat/USA, will hold a meet-
ing on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at
the Franklin Park Towers club
house, 27350 Franklin, South-
field. The film, The Future Is
Now, will be shown. A social hour
will precede the meeting. Re-
freshments will be served.
Friends and guests are welcome.
There is a nominal charge.
NORTHWEST CHILD RE-
SCUE WOMEN, celebrating
their 38th year helping the men-
tally impaired, will have a reg-
ular meeting, 11:30 a.m. Thurs-
day at the Laurel Woods Apts.
club house. The mother-daughter
luncheon will be held on May 22
at the Furniture Club, 24701
Swanson, Southfield. For reser-
vations by Monday, call Nancy
MASADA GROUP, Hadassah,
will hold its installation of offi-
cers on Tuesday at noon at
Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield.
Luncheon will be served; there is
a charge. Guests are invited.
Irma Katchke, vice president of
program, announces a musical
program will be presented by
Marci Lynn Schulman and Grant
Wolach, accompanist. They will
present "Broadway Old and
Paulette Borin, Alma Yaffee
and Nita R. Lichtenstein,
presidents, announce the instal-
ling officer will be Diane J. Klein,
chapter president. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Yaffee, 353-7820.
Rides will be available from
Knob Woods, Colony Park and
Laurel Woods club house.
cup skim milk
1 cup all-purpoe flour EGG BEATERS
-ounce) conta 99°10 Real Egg Product.
tablespoons FLEISCHMAWS Sweet
2 medium apples. peeled.
core d anNTERS Walnuts.
V2 cup PLA
teaspoon ground cinnamon
VI Mock Sour Crean) or Cinnamon
In bowl, alternately mix skim milk and flour into
EGG BEATERS until smooth.
Using 1 tablespoon margarine as needed.
grease 7-inch skillet. Heat skillet over medium
heat spoon in about 2 tablespoons batter. titting
to cover bottm. Cook until batter,
blisters. to Place
crepe on waxed paper.
crepes apples. walnuts. honey ach
sides to form squres. In largskillet, over med-
'iurn heat. melt squares
. blend v
Sour Cream: In blender: cuP
lowi at cottage cheese, 3 Aablespoon skim milk
and 21easpoons lemon juice until smooth., chill.
Sprinkle with ground Mix
will have a luncheon Tuesday at
noon at the Northgate Apts. club
house. Hostesses are: Mesdames
Bessie Davidson, Sarah Figlen,
Mary Guterman, Sara Hochman,
Belle Hoenig, Anna Komisar and
Julius Spielberg. For tickets and
information, call Mrs. Komisar,
sugar and /2 teaspoon ground FLEISC
with 1 teaspoon
Unsalted Margarine and 1/2 teaspo
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chol sterol+ So if you want to start a healthy tradition, one
thing's tor certain: There's never been a better time for the great
taste of Fleischmann's.
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BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER, Women's
American ORT, will meet at 8
p.m. May 19 in the home of Toby
Cheek, 18351 Winterset, South-
field. Moira Katz will speak on
"The Jews of South Africa."
Guests are welcome.
TOPAZ CHAPTER, Women's
American ORT, will host a
cosmetics presentation by Debbie
Kolb at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Patty Liss, 2013 Par-
menter, Royal Oak. The public is
invited. For reservations and di-
rections, call Ms. Liss, 288-4434.
Women's American ORT, will
have its annual ethnic dinner, an
Israeli night, on Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. at the Laurel Woods
Apts. club house. A kosher Israeli
dinner will be served and a musi-
cal program will follow. Co-
chairmen are Shirley Rosenwas-
ser and Luba Majels. Assisting
them are President Dorothy
Superstine and Treasurer Sharon
Klein. Reservations must be in
by today. Call Mrs. Majels; .661-
1873; or Mrs. Rosenwasser, 358-
0718, for reservations.
TIKVAH AND SHALOM
GROUPS, Hadassah, will go to
the Birmingham Theater to see
Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat on Tues-
day. For ticket information, call
Hilary Isakow, 855-6209.
LEAGUE will see a demonstra-
tion on baking cheese delicacies
at 8:30 p.m. Monday at Mertz
Bakery (Cafe Katon), 23055
Coolidge, Oak Park. Hostesses
are Sonya Poss, Esther Deal and
Chaya Leah Tinman.
The Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah will sponsor an Oneg
Shabbat at Hadassah House,
5030 Orchard Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield, at 2 p.m. May 17.
Featured speaker at the oneg
will be Rev. James Lyons, direc-
tor of the Ecumenical Institute
for Christian-Jewish Studies. He
will speak on "My Love Affair
There is no charge, and guests
are welcome. For information,
call Hadassah, 683-5030 or 357-
Michigan Region, Hadassah,
will host the annual spring con-
ference May 18 and 19 at Weber's
Inn in Ann Arbor:
The slate of officers for the
coming year will be presented for
election. The installation will be
the next order of business.
Among the highlights of the
conference will be a luncheon
honoring Suzanne Kaufman; tea
at the home of Dr. Harold Shap-
iro, president of the University of
Michigan, and Mrs. Shapiro; and
a talk by Sandy Gubin, spokes-
woman for Divided Spouses Coal-
The national conference ad-
viser, Joyce Kitey, national
membership chairwoman, will be
one of the featured speakers.
Tamar Crystal, professional in
public relations, for national
Hadassah, also will address the
Pat Fauer is conference chair-
woman. For information, contact
Julie Colish 232-1145, evenings.