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May 08, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-08

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Eva Shein Prepares
for Montreal Ceremonv

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C2004ing

B
Ivers Nuptials
to Be Held in December

Ruth

Sirkis

Michael A. Cutler, son of Mrs.
Joyce Risin of W. Nine Mile Rd.,
Oak Park and the late Albert E.
Cutler.
The bride-elect attends Sir
George William College, Montreal.
An August wedding is planned
in Montreal.

OP Civic Chorus
to Present Concert

May 10—Mother's Day—will be
the date for the annual spring con-
cert of the Oak Park Civic Chorus,
to take place at 8:15 p.m. in 'the
Oak Park Bigh School auditorium.
Among the other selections, the
chorus will feature a special ar-
rangement of "Fiddler on the
Roof." The program will vary from
Israeli folk songs to musical
comedy.

Sponsored by the city of Oak
Park through its continued adult
education program, the chorus
has some 50 voices. A few are
semi-professional singers; the
remainder sing as an avoca-
tion, meeting each Monday eve-
ning at the high school.
Conductor is Charles Weiner,
music counselor at Cass Technical
High School. Lila Hindmarsh will
be accompanist.
Persons who are interested in
joining the chorus next fall may
contact any member of the group
the evening of the concert.

2 Tblsp. tehina (from a can of Israeli,
ready to serve tehina dressing)
I ThIsp. lemon juice
I mashed clove garlic
2 tsp. chopped parsley
11/2. tsp. salt
dash pepper
I. Put eggplant on aluminum foil un-
der the broiler, and broil on all
sides for about 30 minutes. The egg-
plant should be whole, unpeeled and
about 4 inches from the heat.
2. When the eggplant is broiled all
over, take out of the oven and let.
cool. Cut the eggplant into halves ,
and spoon out all its flesh.
3. Mash the eggplant's flesh with a
fork and add all other Ingredients..
Mix well. Garnish with olives, pimen-
tos and tomatoes. Serve cold as a
luncheon dish or as a dip .at a party
(with crackers or chips.)

Mizrachi Women's Donor
to Aid Tel Aviv School

Max Schrut

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and Prompt Service
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Fannie Gluck Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its annual donor
luncheon noon Tuesday at Bnai
Moshe Synagogue.
All proceeds will go toward the
newest Beth Zeirot Mizrachi school
which will have an educational
center to provide for the cultural
and vocational needs of Tel Aviv I
teen-agers.
For reservations call Mrs. Eli- '
gene Topfer, ticket chairman, or
Mrs. Lil Varnen, donor book chair-
man, GA 1-0041.

The finest words in the world are
only vain sounds if you cannot un-
derstand them. —Anatole France.

Parents Without Partners
to Hear About Sensitivity

MISS DEBBIE BASKIN

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Bas-
kin of Greenfield Rd.. Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Debbie C. to Ronald
Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Myers of Echo Valley E.. Farming-
ton.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Eastern Michigan University's col-
lege of education. Mr. Myers is a
graduate of EMU.
A December wedding is planned.

NEW ;
ORLEANS •
MALL ;

gREENfiEld htNd

Dubb's Country Kitchen
Sherri's
Fhos Drug Company
Fabulous Star Bakery
Bud Rollins Shoes
The Bootery
Pickwick Shop
Bah's Hair Fashions
Rigsby Shoe Service
Ala's Barber Shop
Room At The Bottom

TEN MILE

Parents Without Partners will
meet 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center. Dr. Arthur Park-
Ilan will speak on "Sensitivity
Training." For information call
Henrietta Lewis. LI 0-0903.

FOR

WINER

AND ASSOCIATES

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Bar Mitzvas — Weddings

folder

including

crodttetighroid list mailed on request

1200

Jewish

Volunteers from the City of Hope
Cancer Fighters will march door
to door, requestirL, contributions
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
The money will help fight ail-
ments like cancer and heart dis-
ease.
Mrs. Joseph Jackson, co-chair-
man with Mrs. Harry Cohen. said
that professional consultations
with City of Hope physicians is
available through the mutual co-
operation of personal physicians.
City of Hope also is involved in
research which has contributed to
the space program, for example
a new chemical agent to protect
aerospace workers against the
poisonous effects of rocket fuel.

mill

Give Your Child the BENEFITS

General-Judaic
Education

Nursery to Ninth Grade

COMPLETE ANSWERS AT

OPEN HOUSE

Goodfellowship Club
Plans Package Party

TUESDAY, MAY 12

The Good Fellowship Club will
hold a miscellaneous package party
8 p.m. Tuesday at Lutzker Hall. All
members and their friends are
invited.
The organization is planning to
participate in the May 17 Israel
Independence Day parade in Oak
Park.

In Michigan you are never more
than six miles from a lake or a
I.
stream.

CANDID SPECIALISTS

A Critical Decision

.:;.:

City of Hope Volunteers
to March Door to Door

9:30 A.M.

Akiva Hebrew Day School

24061 COOLIDGE HIGHWAY
OAK PARK

tel. 545-1060

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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goldman,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Levitt, Mrs.
Lillian Elson• Mrs. C. Gaines and
1 larold Summers.

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Mr. and Mrs. Max Shein of
Montreal announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Eva to

Assisting Dr. Berman are Don

Black. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Gold,

For information and tickets call
Dr. Gerald Berman. chairman of t he Birmingham Temple office,
event, and his committee 519-3-190.
promise special events. prizes for
costumes, magical dancing and
Four Bags- have flown over
other entertainment as well as Michigan—French. English, Span-
exotic cuisine to be served at mid- ish and United States.
night.

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MISS EVA SIIEIN

Birmingham Temple Plans Spring .Festival

A Druid festival and informal
dinner dance and costume party
comprise the Spring fund raising
event of Birmingham Temple May
16 at the barn at Keatington An-
tique Village, Lake Orion.

By

. Many of my readers have asked
me about an Israeli menu for a
dinner or a party in honor of ;
Israel. Since Independence Day
will be celebrated this year on May I
11, it is a good opportunity to ans-1
wer my readers' requests.
When planning any Israeli event.:
I would consider it most proper to
use and serve Israeli products.
Many of the wonderful foods are'
available in the U.S.A. They are
of best quality, they represent!
a big variety of Israeli delicacics, •
. and of course, they all are kosher.;
Any menu can utilize the Israeli
dips — humus and tchina which
come in cans. I would also serve
fallafel balls as appetizers. They!
come in a package with directions
hoW to prepare them. Israeli gefil-
te fish which comes in cans is
very good, and can be served as
first course. Israeli dehydrated
soups are excellent and have a
real "Yiddishe Taam." For dessert
it is nice to serve Israeli candy,:
chocolate, and sweet wafers. Israeli!
wines will be most appreciated.'
So you see how an Israeli menu
can be composed by just serving
the Israeli goodies. I am sure that
once tasted—they will reappear on
your table, not just on Independ-
ence Day, but all year round.
Here you will find an Eggplant
Salad, which is very popular in
Israel. It is very healthy since the
eggplant is broiled without any
oil, and the dressing is made out
of sesame seed.
1 eggplant (medium(

Friday, May 8, 1970-25

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