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December 22, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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Kanareh-Delidow
Troth Announced

Jiff Women Feature Pavorsky-Margdlis
Marriage Vows
Irina *11i:fatal-I at
Donor Fete Jan. 30

MISS MARCIA KANAREK

At a recent dinner-party, Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Kan-arek of San
Juan Dr. announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Marcia
Jean, to - Alvin A. Delidow, son
of Mrs. Pearl Delidow of Mark
Twain Ave.
The future bridegroom is a
senior at Wayne State University.
A June 10 weddirig at Beth
Abraham Synagogue is planned.

Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky, pres-
ident of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish National Fund,' an-
nounces that Irina Matari, col-
oratura soprano, of the Israel
National Opera, will be featured
as the guest star at the annual
donor tea, which will culminate
the present donors' campaign, to
be held Jan. 30 at Temple Israel.
In the short time since her
arrival in this country, Miss Ma-
tari sang at the Waldorf Astoria,
New York, for the National. Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
was the star attraction at a con-
cert -of the United Nations, and
appeared repeatedly on New
York and Philadelphia TV and
radio stations. -
Miss -Matari reached Israel
after , completing her -studies at
the Bucharest Conservatory of
Music. She sang with the Israel
01)era in leading parts, including
Gilda in "Rigoletto," the Doll in.
"Tales of Hoffman," Adele in

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and His Orchest

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INA MATARI

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g in nine languages,
folk songs.
her versatility as
unning the gamut
musical comedy to
the famous Israeli
Orchestra under the
alter Susskind.
e U.S., Miss Matari sings
tly at fund raising events
highlighted by her
before 22,000 spec-
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t of Stabs."
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rs. George Lerner,
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Mrs. Sol Lifsitz, donor
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Wishnetsky, president,

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tor, anno movies of
the 1961 camping season will
be shown and there will be
music, singing and refresh-

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MRS. IRWIN

Marjorie Ellen
daughter of Mr. a
Bernard . Margo
Ave. was ma
Pavorsky, s
Henry- Pa
phia, Pa.
Achim.
'The
mony was per rme
by Rab Milton Arm.
The
ide wore a
antilla
a
anchi antique whi
satin g
fashioned wi
a
rounded
eokline a
seed
pearls wh
etal flow-
ers in the graceful folds of the
full skirt into a chapel train.
She carried callas
Judy Margolis of Tucson, Ariz.
served her cousin as maid of
honor: Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Jerry Margolis, sister-in-la
of the bride, and Mrs. Ken
Sanders.
Dr. Gerald Thu rer
rook-
lyn, N.Y., was -best m . Ushers
included Dr. Jerry Margolis,
brother of the bri • , who sang
`Because', during e ceremony,
and Dr. Norton Iler.

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History of Chicago
Jewry Published by
Sentinel on Jubilee

Mrs. Edith Field, Irvin Avenue, N.
Hollywood, Calif., won $25.00 for
her Kasha ltalianne.

KASHA ITALIANNE

FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE

'is lb. butter or
8 zucchini squash
margarine
2 medium tomatoes
. 1 medium onion
V2 lb. mushrooms
1 sm. green pepper
(or 1 medium can)
2 stalks celery
3 cups cooked
.
1 clove garlic
Kasha
1 /2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Chop onion, green pepper and celery.
Saute. in butter in large skillet until soft
but not brown: Add mashed garlic and
sliced squash and cook till squash is -
soft, turning several times to prevent
sticking. Add chopped tomatoes and cook
five minutes. Stir 'in Kasha and cheese.
Put in casserole. Sprinkle top with a
little more cheese. Dot with butter.
Cover and bake in 350. oven (medium)
30.40 minutes.
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Elect Irvin Tyner
President
Detroit
Furniture ub

Irving H. Tyn was elected
president of the
'cure C
of Detroit at the C nual
election held recently.
Tyner, a board member of the
club for eight years, lives at
17465 Westover, Southfield, with
his wife and two daughters. He
is president
Tyner's
House and'
owner of the,
Smith Furni-
ture Company ,
in Ypsilanti.
Other offi-
elected to
a one-
term are
Liam S.
f, first vice
Tyner
ident; Eugene Kraft, second
e president; and Charles D.
olovich, secretary and treasurer.
Members elected to serve a
two-year term on the board of
directors are Bert Schultz, Sher-
win Harris, Charles Deitch, Bar-
ney Allen, Max - Brose, Walter
Bergers, King Brown, Ralph
Shook, Adolph -Schwartz, Morey
Charmer and Jack Kahn.

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