Friday, June 6, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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STEPHEN R. BERNSTEIN
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Take a Holiday From Cholesterol With
Fleischmann'sliargarine and Egg Beaters:
HO LE STE
cup skim milk
1 cup all-purpose
flour EGG BEATERS
al Egg Product,
Cholesterol free 99% Re
4 tablespoons FLEISCHM
2 medium apples. peeled.
cored and choppe
1/2 co PUNTERS Walnuts. popped
2 tablespoons honey.
on ground cinnamo
or Cinnamo n
milk and flour into
In bowl, alternately Smooth.
EGG BEATERS until s
Using 1 tablespoon margarine as needed, lightly
7-inch skillet. Heat skillet over medium
heat, spoon in about 2 tablespoons batter. tilting
to cover bottom. Cook until batter blisters.
crepe on waxed paper. Stir batter.. repeat to make
s. walnuts, honey
apple mixture on each crepe-, fold
sides to Corm squares. In large tablespoons
skillet, over mar-
iu heat, melt remaining
squares on both
both sides. Serve hot
It's always a good time to
start a tradition of sensible eating with
taste of Fleischmann's.
Judith Wiser, active for many
years in community and Jewish
affairs, is seeking a post on the
board of trustees of Oakland
She holds a B.A. degree in
education from Wayne State
University and was the founder
and director of the Southfield
Ballet Company, having per-
formed with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra both at Ford
Auditorium and in local Oak-
land County locations in con-
junction with two award-
winning TV specials and various
other programs. •
She has run her own business
for more than 20 years and is
now involved in commercial real
estate and is treasurer for Hori-
zon Health Care Services.
Mrs. Wise is a member of the
Governor's Advisory Council on
Deafness and is coordinating a
pilot TV program for cable for
the advisory council. She was
assistant/associate professor at
Oakland Community College
from 1973 to 1981 after having
taught communication and
English for the Detroit Board of
She is a current and past
member of Histadrut Associates,
the Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit (two-year
board member), Hadassah and
Business and Professional
At The Center
Sour Cream or Cinnamon Glaze. CUP
Mock Sour Cream: In blender, blend 3/4
iowiat cottage cheese. 3 tablespoons skim milk
and 2 teaspoons lemon juice until smooth'. chill.
Sprinkle with ground cinnamon if desired.
Cinnamon Glaze: Mix 3 tablespoons brown
sugar and 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon. Top
, teaspoon cin-
each blintz with 1 teaspoon FLEISCHMANI\I'S
Sweet Unsalted Margarine and ..:.
Makes 8 servings
n amon m
Fleischmann's,. Margarine and Fleischmann's Egg
Beaters They're perfect for delicious blintzes because
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Beaters are made from real eggs. And both contain 0%
cholesterol. So if you want to start a healthy tradition, one
thing's for certain: There's never been a better time for the great
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The Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Metropolitan Detroit will
host a Master and Senior Mac-
cabi for Jewish adults ages 50
and older on Sept. 28. To date
the program is co-sponsored by
Sinai Hospital and Perry Drugs.
The program will involve
competition, recreation, health
and fitness. The competition by
age division will include: swim-
ming, track and field, . tennis,
table tennis, racquetball,.
squash, volleyball and basket-
ball free throw. In addition
there will be tournaments in
duplicate bridge, pan, mahjong,
chess, backgammon, and Trivial
Pursuit. Sinai Hospital will also
have a Wellness Fair with ongo-
ing screenings, demonstrations,
In addition to Detroiters,
delegations from Chicago, Col-
umbus and Toledo, are also ex-
pected to participate.
An opening ceremony will be
held at 8 a.m. Sept. 28 at the
Maple/Drake building. Competi-
tion and activities will occur all
day with a closing banquet and
ceremony planned for that eve-
ning. Medals will be awarded to
first, second and third place
finishers in each event with rib-
bons to all participants.
Instructional clinics in many
of the competitive sports will be
held throughout the summer at
There is• a registration fee
which covers all activities.
Brochures, applications, and
rules will be available June 15.
Contact the Physical Education
Department at the Jewish
Community Center, 661-1000,
A new camping group for
young Jewish couples, age
21-35, is being formed. The new
group, Camping and Traveling
Couples, is planning to install
officers and schedule activities.
Couples who are interested
should write Camping and
Traveling Couples, 29555
Northwestern Hwy., Suite 518,
The group will have its first
blue jeans weekend July 4-6 at
Lake Michigan. Reservation
deadline is June 17. For details,
send name, address and phone
number to the address above.
Mission To D.C.
During a recent Jewish Com-
munity Council-sponsored mis-
sion to Washington, D.C., a
group of local Christian leader-
ship and Jewish community
leaders spent a day in com-
prehensive briefings about Mid-
dle East Affairs.
Participating in the mission
were: Franklin J. Ellias, a
Council vice president; and Rev.
Dr. Charles G. Adams, Hartford
Memorial Baptist Church, De-
troit, and president of the
NAACP/Detroit branch; the
Rev. Anthony C. Campbell, Rus-
sell Street Baptist Church, De-
troit; the Rev. Leonard Chrobot,
President, St, Mary's College,
Orchard Lake; Robert Dugas, St.
Mark's Catholic Church; Tom
Fentin, Michigan Coalition for
Human Rights; Alvin L. Kush-
ner, executive director, Jewish
Community Council; the Rev.
James Lewis, Mt. Beulah Bap-
tist Church, Detroit; the Rev.
William Moldwin, Lutheran
Church, Michigan 'Synod; Rabbi
• David Nelson, Cong. Beth
Shalom, Oak Park; the Rev.
Kenneth W. Phifer, First Unita-
rian Church, Ann Arbor; Dr.
John E. Shay, Jr., president,
Marygrove College, Detroit; and
the Rev. Lloyd Thiel, F.O.C.U.S.