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March 07, 1969 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-07

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Miss Leinoff, Mr. Frank

Plan June 15 Marriage


.
What ' J Coorang

Gruher-Milinsky Vows
Heard at Beth Achim

Sirkis

Mrs. Martin Leinoff of Kensing-
ton Ct., Southfield, announces the
engagement of her daughter De-
borah Jane to Jerome David Frank,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A.
Frank of Shaker Heights, 0. The
bride-elect is the daughter of the
late Mr. Leinoff.
The engaged couple attends
Michigan State University.
A June 15 wedding is being
planned.

Brandeis Women Set
Concert Benefit

A specially chartered bus will
carry patrons between North Park
Towers and Ford Auditorium,
where the Detroit Chapter of Bran-
, deis Women will sponsor a per-
formance by the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra 8:30 p.m. Thursday. -
Seiji Ozawa will be guest con-
ductor at the performance, pro-
ceeds of which will support Bran-
deis University's libraries. Follow-
ing the concert, patrons will attend
an afterglow at the home of Mrs.
Beverly Straus. 19343 Renfrew.
For reservations and transport-
ation, call Mrs. Harold Robinson,
president, 353-7757.

c Neatless

yet so

Weftige

IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI

I whole chicken 3-4 pounds
2 oranges
it cup orange juice
1/2 cup white wine
cup margarine
2 teaspoons garlic powder
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon paprika
V3 teaspoon pepper
1 large onion sliced
1 cup cut-up celery

1. Cream the margarine with salt, pep-
per. garlic powder, and paprika.
2. Clean the chicken and dry it with
paper towels, spread the seasoned
margarine all over the inside. Truss.
3. Put the sliced onions, cup-up celery,
and orange sections in a roasting
pan, put the chicken on them. Add
orange juice and wine. Cover the
pan tightly.
4. Roast in a 350° oven for 40 minutes.
Take off the cover and continue roast-
ing for another 30 minutes to bring
the chicken to a golden brown. It is
advisable to turn the chicken to
brown an each side. You may also
baste ot -asionally.
5. You can serve the chicken with the
vegetables, or you can strain them
and use only the liquids.
(Copyright 1969, JTA Inc.)

Beth Isaac Women

Dream Up 'Spring

Fantasy' Style Show

"Spring Fantasy" will be the
theme of a fashion show and games
party slated for 8 p.m. Tuesday by
the Women's Club of Cong. Beth
Isaac in Strohm School, Trenton.
Mrs. Harris Freedman of Wyan-
dotte, president, said Mrs. Philip
Mittleman will serve as fashion
commentator. Models will be Mes-
dames John Klein, Daniel Kauf-
man, Dora Nerowski, N. F. Gantz
and Albert Oshinsky and the Mis-
ses Cindy Sadick and Karen Mittle-
man. Mrs. Irving Schmolka will
assist the models.
Committee chairmen are Mes-
dames Paul Sadick and Isadore
Chernof f, refreshments; Bert
Frank, Michael Jaron and Klein,
prizes; Zack Davies and Arnold
Seligson, tickets; Paul Kopp, pro-
motion; and Kaufman, art work.

Sinai to Graduate
Nurses Thursday

NEW THICK
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Your family will love it—so thick
it sticks to the spaghetti, never
Sinks to a pool on your plate.
Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
three meatless sauces: Meatless,
Mushroom, Marinara. Keep all

three on hand for tempting
variety.

Sinai Hospital, Detroit Shapero
School of Nursing, will graduate 33
students on Thursday in the Zucker-
man Auditorium.
Mrs. Pricilla Jackson, director
of the Continuum Center at Oak-
land University, will be the fea-
tured speaker. A reception for the
graduates and their guests will be
held after the ceremony.
This is the 23rd class of practical
nurses to graduate from Shapero
School since it opened in 1956, and
brings the total number of gradu-
ates to 869.

Career Ambassador GEORGE V.
ALLEN will address a luncheon of
the Detroit Area Council on World
Affairs at the Community House
in Birmingham, Bates and Town-

send, 1 p.m., Monday. Ambassa-
dor Allen was assistant secretary
of state for Middle East affairs.

SAVE 25% ON

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STERLING SILVER
NORTHWOOD JEWELRY

School 10 a.m. Wednesday. Mrs.
Paul Betman, patriotic instructress,
said that an outside flag and a
flag for the auditorium will be pre-
sented. The auxiliary has present-
ed a total of 13 flags to six other
schools.
*
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN AUX-
ILIARY will meet 8 p.m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Nellie Kolb,
19323 Warwick.

Ruth

MISS DEBORAH LEINOFF

Jwv

BLOCH-ROSE AUXILIARY will
present two flags to the Courville

By

GOLDEN CHICKEN
Chicken is always a basic in Jew-
ish cooking. Chicken soup and
chopped liver are just two exam-
ples of favorite traditional Jewish
dishes. The modern cook, as well
as the traditional, likes chicken. It
is low in calories and easy to di-
gest; it has delicate flavor and can
be prepared in many ways.
We like to experiment with chick-
en and to create new dishes, so we
combined chicken with oranges. In
the following recipe, chicken and
oranges get together to form a
most elegant and enjoyable dish.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, March 7, 1969

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son.

MRS. FREDERICK GRUBER

Linda Milinsky became the bride
of Frederick H. Gruber recently at
Cong. Beth Achim. Rabbi Milton
Arm officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Milinsky
of Whitcomb Ave. Mr. Gruber is
the son of Mrs. Joseph Grubevf
Prest Ave.
The bride wore a princess line
silk peau de soie gown with a man.
derin collar, deep yoke of silk cord-
ed lace and a border of matching
floor-length lace with long tapered
sleeves and a detachable chapel
train. She carried Stephanotis and
lily of the valley on her confirma-
tion Bible.
Mrs. Sol Milan was matron of
honor. -Bridesmaids were Carol
Moscow, Barbara Rubinstein,
Mrs. Cary Stegman and Kathy

Rosenberg. Junior bridesmaids
were Marci Blumberg and Jill

Horwich of Glencoe, Ill.
David Gruber was his brother's
best man. Ushers were James
Grey, David T. Rothenberg, Sol
Milan, brother of the bride and
Marvin Milinsky, brother of the
bride. Junior usher was Gary Mi-
lan. Ring bearer was Joel Kowal-
sky.
Following a Miami Beach honey-
moon, the couple is living in Ann
Arbor.

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with Rabbi Mordecai Halpern offi-
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The bride is the daughter of Mr.
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mendelson
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The newlyweds are making their
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