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December 01, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-01

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20—Friday, December 1, 1967

1

• THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Plans Designed for Glamorama

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

Jewish Meals

(Copyright' 1967, JTA Inc.)

Boiled Flanken
One of the Meihulim an enter-
2 Ibbosi.fg water
prising housewife can prepare that
to just cover meat
boiling
is far superior to the kind usually 2 sprigs parsley, 3 peppercorns
c lo vc eu tg
peeled,
dished up in restaurants is boiled 2 carrots
i n to , chunks
beef flanken. The reason is sim- 1 bay leaf
salt to taste
ple; the chef at a restaurant is apt 2 potatoes peeled and quartered
to first use the meat for soup. By
Pour boiling water over flanken just
onion, garlic, parsley and
the time the customer gets it most to cover, add tpartly
pot
eh and
o c ao riv de o r n p
peppercorns.
r o c ro
half hours
of its flavor and vitality have been
until
meat
partly
tender. Add veget-
eliminated. In home cooking this
he hour at
and
m bay leaf t last
ter s , e
is avoided and the beef retains its Serve
. aro und
juicy flavor which is greatly en- ' it with horseradish sauce. Use the
asntodcko.n
ts: utpu.
hanced by serving it with a horse- water
boil th ree to three and one half should
radish sauce.
Horseradish Sauce

Offer Women's Classes

Cong. Beth Abraham will begin
a new season of weekly adult
classes for women 1:15 a.m. Tues-
day in the synagogue. Two ses-
sions are offered: beginners or
conversational Hebrew, taught by
Rabbi Martin Tatelbaum and Rev.
Israel Fuchs, and "Concepts of
Judaism" taught by Rabbi Israel
I. Halpern.
The classes will continue for 19
weeks.

GREENFIELD'S

and

STREIT'S

are going steady .. .

Where you find one

you find the other

2 tablespoons cooking oil
t c a ub pls e sli t 0 00 cr k i s flour
i hotl
P :
1 tablespoon white vinegar
salt and pepper to taste
a
cup
freshly
grated
horseradish
1
Make an einbren of the old and flour

little d
f igu l r 'eniN gleo til tgal lt =sVild atigtri
your hot stock, add vinegar, salt
rvi t n a g s.te, add horseradish
and 4 3:ip op re er e to

NCJW, YWCA
Give Program on
Abortion Subject

The National Council of Jewish
Women in co-sponsorship with
Metropolitan Detroit YWCA will
' present a program dealing with
the topic of abortion 10 a.m. Thurs-
day at the YWCA. 2230 Witherell.
The speakers will be Mrs.
Eleanor O'Brien, who is involved
in "Michigan Women for Medical
Control of Abortion," and Dr. Nor-
man Schkloven, psychoanalyst as-
sociated with Wayne State Univer-
sity.
In charge of this program are
Mrs. Fred Keidan of the National
Council of Jewish Women and Mrs.
Paul R. Dumke of the YWCA,
working as co-chairmen under the
guidance of Eloise Spencer,
associate executive director of the
YWCA.
Refreshments will be served. The
public is invited without charge.

Radomer to Make Plans

FOR EVERY OCCASION

Fruit * Food * Wine

Anniversarios
Hospital • New Babies
Ion Voyage • Birthdays • Sympathy
Ws easy to be thoughtful ...

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society,
will hold an executive board meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center, to discuss
the forthcoming Hanuka party and
games night. Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Berman will be host and hostess.

call us ... well sign your
card and deliver a gift
basket for you.

LAS VEGAS

DECEMBER 18th

STAG

CALL 8642165

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PREMIERE
DANCE STUDIO

The Detroit Cancer Fighters, an :
auxiliary to the national City of
Hope, will sponsor a luncheon and
fashion show 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Latin Quarter. Proceeds
from the "Glamorama Luncheon"
will help support a New Horizon
program to expand patient care, I
education and research facilities
at the pilot medical center, where
doctors and scientists battle cancer
and leukemia, genetic diseases and •
maladies of the heart and blood.
Headlining the program will be''
original fashions by Mignon of
Paris and New York, furs, furni-
ture settings and mood music by
Hal Gordon and his trio. Ticket
holders will receive prizes, accord-
ing to Mrs. Max Levy, chairman.
For reservations, call ticket
chairman Mrs. Louis Markle, 358-
0415.

FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestra

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PHOTOGRAPHY by

WINER

BERNARD H.

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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

From LONDON, ENGLAND

At a preview showing, Mrs. I
Maury Gordon, vice president of
fund raising, gives approval to a
gown modeled by Mrs. Thomas
Niederman which will be shown
at the Glamorama Luncheon
planned by City of Hope's Detroit
Cancer Fighters.

nmen's
Clubs

LI 7-4470
22111 COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
LESSONS and 'PARTIES

ZA1V GILIIE'IZT
and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to your Individual Taste"

Call UN. 1-3065

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BE A GUEST AT YOUR OWN PARTY!





KOSHER PARTY TRAYS

MEAT

OR
(More Clubs Page 19)
I •
DAIRY

PURITY CHAPTER, Order of ' •

the Eastern Star, will hold a Han- , 2
Ideal for Confirmation, Briss, Pidyon Ha-Ben, Etc.
uka party for members, their fam- •
ilies and prospective members'
• Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing
families 6:30 p.m. Monday at Eur-
eka Temple. For reservations, call •
Potatoes and Gravy
• Cheese Blintzes
Ann Efronson, 835-0512, or Ida
•Tasty Delicious Kishka
• Fresh Knishes Daily
Warnick, 273-5262. Pot luck sup-
• Chopped Liver • Chopped Hering • Dill Pickles
per, games and prizes for the child-
ren will be featured. A short bus- •
NOTE
WE DELIVER IN SOUTHFIELD!
iness meeting will be held at 4:30. •
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
WE
will meet noon Tuesday at the : DELIVER
341-5512

S
Labor Zionist Institute. Sarah

18252 WYOMING near CURTIS

Friedman will comment on con-

OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDOWN TO MIDNIGHT

temporary women writers in Yid- •

dish literature and read their oemembeemeeeeeemeemememeemsomemir
works. Sophie Sislin will distribute
donor luncheon tickets. Refresh.
ments will be served. Guest.; are
invited.

• •



SA'AD, assisting victims of Park-
inson's Disease, will hold a board
meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Ann Siegel, 18357 Mid-
way, Southfield.

JNF Women Plan
Donor for Jan. 23

A combined board and workers
meeting of the Women's Auxiliary
of Jewish National Fund will be
held noon Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Irving Raskin, 13750 Court-
land, Oak Park, according to Mrs.
William Levin, auxiliary president,
to hear reports of division chair-
men and review fund-raising ef-
forts.
The present campaign will cul-
minate with the annual donor
event Jan. 23, at Temple Israel:
Mrs. Larry Chanin is chairman
of fund-raising; Mesdames Al Po-
sen, Charle Friedenberg and Ben
Minns are co-chairmen.

wiLno tirmiTaetztuct,
tem.avt,
kosbeiz i=amL4i

FRANKFURTERS

I

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Koshruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi;
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady Mashgichim

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