League Recruited for Torch Drive
ORT Women Plan Evening at othe Theater
The July 25 performance at the men Mrs. Darwin Canvasser, 26515
Fisher Theater featuring stars Dundee, Huntington Woods, or
Sophie Tucker, Ted Lewis and Mrs. Louis Gottlieb, 18400 Rose-
George Jessel, will be sponsored by lawn.
the Balmoral, Park-wood and Hamp
One enemy is one too many, a
ton Chapters of Women's Ameri-
thousand friends are none too
DETROIT LLNK, Order of the
Tickets at box office prices may many. —the Talmud
Golden Chain, plans an excursion be obtained from committee chair-
to Bob-Lo 11 a.m. July 18. Guests
FOR EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
and children invited. For tickets,
call Abe Waronoff, 861-5991.
S H 0 L E M ALEICHEM INSTI-
TUTE WO N'S DIVISION will
hold a membership dessert lunch-
eon noon Saturday. Guest speaker
Adele Mondry will review "The
Mrs. Joseph A. Vance Jr. (right), United Foundation recruit-
Charm Link," by David Miller.
ment corps chairman, holds a recruitment poster used at a recent
Guests are invited, according to
meeting for the League of Jewish Women. Looking on over coffee
Mrs. Bessie Litvak, chairman.
cups are (from left) Mesdames Marvin B. Levy, League president;
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Norma Silver, administrative assistant, Sinai Hospital; and Julien
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Priver, central Wayne community campaign chairman for the 1965
Mizrachi, will hold a board meet-
ing 12:30 p.m., Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Max Klyman, 19953
Prest. Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.
will be the time for a splash party
luncheon at the pool of Mrs. Leon
8n ga gements
Miller, 18611 Birwood. In case of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin, rain, the party will be held the
4850 Biltmore, Coral Gables, Fla., next day. Guests invited. Nominal
former Detr oit er s, announce donation.
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A report on Bar-Ilan Univers- the engagement of their daughter
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
ity's most recent accomplishments Joan Rebecca to Alan Lee Roth- PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
as one of Israel's major institu- enberg. The bride-elect was gra- TION will hold its closing meeting
tions of higher learning will be duated with honors from the Uni- noon Monday at Jericho Temple.
given at the semi-annual meeting
, Plans for the president's annual
of Detroit Chapter of American versity of Maryland where she ma- I luncheon will be made.
Women for Bar-Ilan, at a des- jored in mathematics. She was a
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sert luncheon at the Jewish Cen- member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sor-
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
ter, 12:30 p.m. Monday, by ority and Pi Mu Epsilon honorary STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Mrs. Max Stollman, national presi- society. She is currently studying Saturday at the home of Mrs. Eli
under a grant from the Friends of Friedman, 17390 Indiana. Guest
dent of Bar-Ilan Women.
Prof. Marvin Fox of Ohio State Psychiatric Research. Her fiance speaker will be Rabbi Friedman.
University will address the gather- was graduated from the University
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ing on the subject "Faith and of Maryland where he was presi-
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
The musical program will fea- ity and a member of Kalegathos Saturday at the home of Mrs.
ture Cantor and Mrs.. Reuven Honor Society. He now attends law Louis Wieder, 13901 W. 10 Mile
school at the University of Mary-
Rd., Oak Park. The guest speaker
Admission will be free and there land. An August wedding is plan- will be Yudi Gellman.
will be no solicitation of funds.
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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
Marilyn Adele Rothschild, neer Women, will hold its annual
daughter of Faye Rothschild of E. Israeli Cash Shower noon Tuesday,
Rue Versailles, Oak Park, and the at the Labor Zionist Institute.
late Ameroll F. Rothschild, is en- Luncheon will be followed by an
gaged to Carl Fischer, son of Mr. afternoon of games. Guests invited.
AUXILIARY 510 will meet 8 and MTS. Max Fischer of S. Tele-
p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. graph Rd., Bloomfield Hills. The
Henry Glass, 13020 Rosemary, Oak bride-elect is a graduate of the
Park. Plans for the July 31 swim University of Michigan, and her
party will be discussed. In a pre- fiance is a graduate of Eastern
KAGAN - GOLDBERG: Sharon
vious announcement of officers, Michigan University. They plan an Lynn Goldberg, daughter of Mr.
the name of Mrs. Loretta Gold,
and Mrs. Louis Goldberg of
treasurer, was inadvertently left
Strathcona Dr., and Jerald Melvin
Kagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Kagan of Toronto, were married
Lay not up for yourselves treas-
By Mildred Grosberg Bellin
recently in a ceremony solmnized
ures upon earth; where moth and
(Copyright, 1965, JTA, Inc.)
by Rabble Benjamin Gorrelick at
rust doth corrupt, and where
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. The
2 cups cooked, diced meat, poultry, or
thieves break through and steal.
bride wore an Empire gown of
— Matthew VI:19.
2 cups cooked rice
peau de soie and a heirloom man-
11/4 cups thoroughly drained pineapple
tilla of Alencon lace. She carried
1/2 cup salted Virginia peanut halves
gardenias and Stephanotis on her
1/2 cup diced green pepper
confirmation Bible. Mrs. Harry
114 cup lime juice
1 2'3 cup honey
Goldberg Jr. was her sister's
1 tablespoon grated onion
matron of honor, and Barry Kagan
2 teaspoons prepared mustard
1 teaspoon soy sauce
was best man for his brother.
Mayonnaise to taste
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
Salt and pepper to taste
the newlyweds will live in New
Yopr fashion jewelry store
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Meeting July 12
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the rice, pineapple, peanuts and green
pepper in a mixing bowl. Combine the
lime juice, honey, grated onion, mus-
tard, and soy sauce, and pour over
them. Toss lightly to mix, then re-
frigerate, covered, for several hours.
At serving time, add mayonnaise, a
rounded teaspoonful at a time, until
the salad is as moist as you desire.
Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve in
one large, or 4 individual salad bowls
lined with lettuce leaves. This amount
makes 4 portions.
1 medium-sized cantaloupe
Mixed salad greens
2 7-oz. cans meat tuna fish
1 cup diced celery
20 narrow strips Swiss type cheese
313 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon strained lemon juice
About 1/2. teaspoon ground ginger
Have all ingredients very cold. Select
a firm, but fully ripe canteloupe, re-
move the seeds, peel, and cut the flesh
into 1/2-inch cubes or balls. Fill 5 in-
dividual salad bowls 2/3 full of salad
greens cut into bite-sized pieces. Drain
the tuna and break into fairly large
flakes. Arrange tile tuna and celery
evenly over the greens. Cover with the
melon balls or cubes. Arrange 4 strips
of the Swiss type cheese, like the
spokes of a wheel, over the tops. Com-
bine the mayonnaise, lemon juice, and
ginger, and place a spoonful in the
center of each salad. Pass the remain-
ing mayonnaise separately. Serve the
salad as soon as it is combined. This
amount makes 5 portions.
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