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May 22, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 22, 1970-25

Recipe Contest Winners Accept Prizes

Asst. Nursing Directors Named by Sinai Head

Miss Dunn, a graduate of the
Eugenia Dunn and Susan Danz
have been appointed assistant di- Providence Hospital N u r sing
rectors of nursing at Sinai Hospi- School, worked there following
tal, it was announced by admini- graduation as a staff nurse, head
nurse and supervisor of in-service
strator Sydney C. Peimer.
education. She was involved in the
initial set-up of the intensive care
SOME DATES AVAILABLE
unit at Providence for which she
received a first award in the hos-
pital achievement contest.
She started at Sinai in 1961. In
Photographers
1962 she became head nurse of the
intensive care unit. Miss Dunn has
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been a supervisor (in-service edu-
cation) in obstetrics and gynecol-
ogy. Since last August, she h a s
been an acting assistant director
assigned to the Zivian Center for
Continued Care.
Miss Danz received her BS
degree in nursing from Wayne
• Dubb's Country Kitchen
State
University in 1964. While
• Sherri's
in training she worked as a nurse
• Oros Drug Company
aide
at
Detroit Memorial a n d
• Fabulous Star Bakery
Detroit Receiving Hospitals.
• Bud Rollins Shoes
Following graduation, she joined
S
• The Boatery
Sinai as a staff nurse. In 1965 she
• Pickwick Shop
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became a head nurse and super-
• Bob's Hair Fashions
visor of in-service education.
• Rigsby Shoe Service
4 • Ala's Barber Shop
Like Miss Dunn, she has been
• Room At The Bottom
an acting assistant director of
nursing for six months before her
recent promotion.

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Mrs. Mary Kutlov (left), first-prize winner in the Jaffa Orange
Recipe Contest, accepts her prize, a television set, presented on be-
half of The Jewish News by city editor Mrs. Harold Dubin. Holding
the second prize cube radio is Mrs. Philip Lachman. Mrs. Kutlov's
Jaffa Noodle Pudding was selected by a team of home economists
from the Philadelphia Agency, advertising and public relations coun-
sel of Fisher Brothers, Inc., importers of Jaffa oranges from Israel.
Mrs. Lachman, who tied for second place with Mrs. Ruth Getz, sent
a recipe for Jaffa Blintzes. The recipe from Mrs. Getz, who could
not attend the presentation, was for Jaffa Orange Fritters.

Famous

WHITE STAR

A one-woman show, "Madame,
Your Influence Is Showing!" will
be presented by Muriel Bach at
the Metropolitan Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah donor luncheon noon
Tuesday at Raleigh House.
The chapter vice president of
program, Mrs. Albert Newman,
reported that the luncheon cele-
brates the culmination of another
successful year of fund raising for
Hadassah projects in Israel. Chap-
ter President Mrs. Sidney J. Winer
and chairman of the- day Mrs. Al-
fred Deutsch explained that this
is a complimentary event for all
members who have contributed or
earned donor credits of $75 or
more during the 1969-70 season.
Mrs. David Schwartz, chapter
donor c r edits chairman, is in
charge of invitations for those who
are eligible to attend.
Miss Bach, a
character ac
tress, is on a
coast - to - coast
tour with her la-
test production
This series of
costumed mono-
logues brings to
life the mothers'
of such figure , L
as John Wilkes Miss Bach
Booth, the Wright Brothers, Mo-
handas G and h i and Henrietta
Szold. Miss Bach does all her cos-
tume and makeup changes before
the audience as she assumes each
personality.

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1970,

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is

By RUTH SIRKIS

(Copyright 1970 JTA, Inc.)

On Sunday, we will celebrate the
Jewish holiday of Lag-b'Omer.
On this day we remember the
bravery of Bar Kokhba and his
followers who fought to restablish
the Jewish nation, and the equal
bravery of Rabbi Akiba, Bar
Yohai, and other scholars who up-
held the right of the Jews to live
in accordance with the Torah. Lag-
Ba'Omer is observed on the thirty-
third day from the second day of
Pesith. It is celebrated as a day
in - the out-doors. Picnics, camp-
fires, and barbecues are very
popular on this holiday.
Here you will find some ideas
or a cook-out. As a main dish you
can serve different kinds of broiled
meats. Accompany them with
baked potatoes. a fresh salad, rel-
ishes, and lemonade. End the care-
t free meal with a big slice of red
juicy watermelon and enjoy, enjoy.

Creamy Rich

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Officers to Be Installed
by JNF Women

The Women of Jewish National
Fund will hold its installation of
officers at a petite luncheon noon
June 2 at Bnai Moshe Synagogue.
Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, past pres-
ident of the chap-
ter, will be in-
stalling officer.
Mrs. Albert Pos-
en will enter her
second term as
chapter pr es i-
dent.
Program chair-
man for the event
Posen
is Mrs. Jules
Kraft. Singer Marci Lynn Rose
will be accompanied by Bella Gold-
berg.
Mrs. Frank Silverman, Blue-
White Box chairman, is asking
members whose boxes have not
been cleared to bring them to the
meeting.

For 10, 12 servings:
10-12 skewers
dtg
nd a ground rbeef
pcoeu
One-ha

One-half pound chicken livers
.1gei, hglefll pgpniilern:eat kabobs

Two onions
Salt, pepper, parsley
1. Cut parsley into very small pieces.
Mix with the ground meat. Shape
small long patties.
2. Cut the chicken livers Into halves.
3. Cut the onions and peppers into bite
size chunks.
4. Put on the skewers, alternately, the
different pieces of meat and vegeta-
ble. (On one skewer you may have
a Piece of pepper, then liver, then
onion, then a cocktail wiener, then
pepper, then kabob, then onion, then
ground meat.) Or, you may have a
skewer of liver, a skewer of wieners,
etc.
5. Broil the meat under the broiler or
over the pit. It will take about 7
minutes on each side.
Sprinkle
h ol te with salt and pepper, and
rtnk
serve

Kvutza Members
to Present Own Works

Kvutza Ivrit, Hebrew Cultural
Group, will hold its final meeting
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of .
the president, Joseph Katz, 21881
Beverly, Oak Park. Original works
will be presented.
Participants will be Morris
Noble, Bernard Isaacs, Michael
Michlin, and Yonina Mathis, who
has just returned from Israel.
Chairman for the evening is
Meyer Mathis.

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