/ israel Fashion Week
/ to Show Off Latest Lines
of 60 Manufacturers
Franklin-Spilkin Troth Joan Comay Due at Detroit Town Hall
Joan Comay, wife of Michael iI statehood was on, Mrs. Comay
Is Announced Here
Comay, Israel's ambassador to the worked as a driver for the Ha-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 3, 1967-21
United Nations, will speak at De-
gana and as an assistant to a
troit Town Hall 11 a.m. Wednesday
team of South African medical
at Fisher Theater.
specialists caring for wounded
soldiers and civilians.
Mrs. Comay, who will discuss
"An. Inside View of the United
Prior to her husband's ambassa-
Na:t ions," is
dorship to the UN, Mrs. Comay
f ormer Israel
was a member of the Hadassah
bureau chief for
Council in Israel, in charge of pub-
lic relations and also served on
the World Executive Council of
Speaks, and her
Women's International Zionist Or-
articles have ap-
peared in Holiday
and other leading
Mr., Mrs. Group to Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Group, City of
is the author of
Hope, will meet 8:30 p.m. Satur-
20010 James CouzensDrive
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Guide to Israel"
Hyman Lewis, 24271 Blackstone,
Detroit 35, Michigan
and "The UN in
Oak Park. A social will follow.
MISS SUSANN FRANKLIN
Beware the fury of a patient
was born in
Leatherwear for men and
South Africa and Mrs. Comay
of Scotia Ave., Oak Park, an-
women has seen particularly
earned a degree in architecture
nounce the engagement of their
rapid development in Israel due,
from Cape to wn University.
daughter Susann to Larry James
in large part, to the skill and
While the struggle for Israel's
Spilkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
workmanship of her craftsmen
Spilkin of Ardmore Ave.
and designers. Last year, Beged-
Or fashions won the coveted
The bride-elect is a senior in MERRY MELODY NURSERY
"Grand Prix de la Boutique" in Wayne State University's college
NOW CARRYING A COMPLETE LINE OF
Paris against such formidable
of education. Her fiance is a
at 24950 Lahser,
competitors as Balenciaga and
senior at the University of Michi-
near 10 Mile, has a few openings
gan Law School.
TRY OUR PEPPER STEAK AND VEAL FOR
The Israeli look is especially
A June 20 wedding is planned. available for anyone interested in
SCALLOPINI WITH FREE RECIPES
joining the class.
pronounced in her coats and suits,
which are distinguished for their Socialits Plan Shindig
Children, ages 21/2 thin 5 years,
cut, styling and high quality. The
Detroit Socialites will feature an
21780 W. 11 MILE, SOUTHFIELD
youthfulness of Israel's dresses evening of games 8:30 p.m. Sunday, may attend Mornings or After-
noons 2, 3, 4, or 5 days per week.
and casuals is confirmed by the at Congregation Beth Hillel.
warm welcome accorded to her
• EL 6-5110-1
There is also an all day pro-
Dancing and refreshments will
fashion ensembles for the young follow. The community is invited. gram available. Call Mrs. Holtz-
man at 353-7320 or EL 6-6633.
set in London.
John Katz, Irving Zaks, Sid Mirves, Proprietors
For information, call Myra Radner, for information.
Cottons, too, . are making giant 541-4657.
strides in Israel. One of the major
manufacturers, Ata, will shortly
introduce an entire range of shirts
manufactured under license from
Manhattan, while Lahav, another
big name in Israeli cottons, is al-
ready styling McGregor shirts.
CHASE & SANBORN
Those interested in participating
in the Third Israel Fashion Week,
Feb. 20-24 may obtain complete
details by contacting the Office
of the Israel Trade Commissioner,
850. Third Ave., New York, 10022.
TEL AVIV — As the Feb. 20
opening date of the Third Israel
Fashion Week approaches, Tel
Aviv is ready to welcome more
than 500 overseas buyers and other
In 1966, more than $4,000,000
in orders were placed by buyers
from 17 countries, including many
from the United States. Fashion
Week, highlight of the many ac-
tivities undertaken by the Fash-
ion Center of the Israel Export
Institute, is under the auspices of
the ministry of commerce and
On three floors and in the ball-
room of the Tel Aviv Hilton, more
than 60 of Israel's foremost manu-
facturers will display their new
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1 Jewish Meals
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BY ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
(Copyright, 1967, JTA, Inc.)
Veal and Chicken Stew
1 tablespoon fat
3 onions sliced
3 green peppers sliced
1 clove garlic minced
lb. mushrooms sliced (optional)
1 lb. veal cubed
1 small chicken cut into eighths
1 teaspoon salt
1 /4 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon paprika
_ Melt fat, saute onions, peppers and
---whpn onions translucent add
rest or ing.alents. Cover and stew
gently until tender. Add water if nec-
2 eggs well beaten
1/2 cup water
1 /2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup sifted flour
oil or fat for frying
Beat eggs reserve 1/4 cup of beaten
egg in a saucer for binding egg rolls.
Mix remaining eggs with 1 /2 cup water
and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Beat well gradu-
ally adding 1/2 cup flour while beating.
When smooth, heat 1 teaspoon oil or
fat in a six inch skillet. When hot
pour in enough batter to cover bot-
tom of pan with a thin layer of the
liquid. Cook one side until set. Remove
by turning pan upside down on a
flat surface to cool. Repeat until all
batter is used. Mix filling altogether
and place one heaping tablespoon of
filling on each pancake. Roll pancake
over Cling, fold in edges and close
roll with a little beaten egg left over
to make edges stick together. Place in
refrigrator for at least one hour. Beat
enough fat or oil in a large skillet to
have about two inches of fat in skillet,
drop in egg rolls fry until brown. Turn
and brown on other side. Drain on ab-
sorbent paper. Serve immediately with
2 tablespoons grated carrot
2 tablespoons celery sliced thin
1 tablespoon green onion sliced thin
1/2 cup cooked chicken chopped
1/2 cup cooked veal, chopped
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons melted fat or oil
is a long way from the banks
of the Danube, where "veal and
chicken stew" is a staple, to New
York's Chinatown, but it was here
that we adapted egg-rolls, a Chi-
nese favorite, to the Jewish kitch-
en, for Chinatown borders on the
lower East Side and our mothers
learned from the Far East as well
as from their closer European
neighbors — the Germans, the
Italians, the Russians and the
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