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September 04, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-04

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Mrs. David Handleman
Gets Torch Drive Post

ATTN: RALLYISTS!

* The rally begins
* With the first heat.
* Is not the same.

* We'll see you at seven

* "Where old friends meet."
* There are two streets
* In the name,
* But caution .. .

*
21- Your destination
* Penalty of two points
* if further information

* is requested from
Rally Headquarters.

st-
****************-A-*******

Mrs. David Handleman of
Strathcona Dr. again will direct
women's teams for the United
Foundation advance gifts commit-
tee this fall.
She has been renamed a divi-
sion chairman for the advance
gifts women's group and will head
teams soliciting Torch Drive con-
tributions from select individuals
and foundations prior to the cam-
paign's official opening, Oct. 13.
Mrs. Handleman also is active
with the Great Lakes Club, Stand-
ard Club, Jewish Center, United
Jewish Appeal, National Council
of Jewish Women and Sinai Hos-
pital.
She and her husband have two
children.

SHELDON ROTT
ORCHESTRA

Featuring Television Personality, Singer Vickie Carroll

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Sue Ellen Simon became the
bride of Jeffrey Cooper Broder,
Wednesday evening at Knollwood
Country Club. Dr. Richard Hertz
and Rabbi Irwin Groner officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Simon of
Oldham Rd., Southfield, and the
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Broder of Deep Run Rd.,
Birmingham...
The bride wore a crepe gown
with an all-over pearl embroi-
dered Empire bodice, fashioned
with a high neckline, soft bishop
sleeves and a full, free-flowing
skirt. A matching toque held the
chapel-length veil of silk illusion
embroidered with pearls. She car-
ried a bouquet of ivy, gala leaves
and fresia, flowing to the floor
with lilies clustered in the center.
Maid of honor was Karen
Simon, the bride's sister, and
matron of honor was Mrs. El-
wood Simon. Linda Pearlman
was the ether attendant.
The bridegroom chose his father
as best man. Ushers were the
bridegroom's brothers, Bruce and
Andrew Broder, and Elwood Si-
mon. Seating the guests were
Michael McKenna, Joseph O'Con-
nor, Richard Rattner and Fred-
erick Doner.
After a wedding trip to Northern
Michigan, the newlyweds will re-
side in Royal Oak.

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Friday, September 4, 1970-25

Women Map 'Walk-Out Week'

Bnai Brith
Activities

Rubella Immunization
Detroit's Department of Health
has received a federal project
award of over $100,000 to expand
its Rubella (German measles) im-
munization campaign.
Health Department officials say
that there will be enough vaccina
to immunize all children between
one and 10 years of age who have
not been previously protected.

Bob's Hair Fashions
Rigsby Shoe Service
Ala's Barber Shop
Room At The Bottom

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The week of Sept. 8-14 has been
proclaimed "Walk Out Week" by
the Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit and will
be supported by all 26 chapters
of the council.
Chairmen Mrs. Philip Rubinoff
and Mrs. Dale Skeegan announced
that the women will contact mem-
bers who have been remiss in
their obligations and call on pro-

MRS. JEFFREY BRODER

Professional Entertainment

THE

Broder-Simon Nuptials
Are Solemnized Here

CENTENNIAL CHAPTER wil
hold a board meeting 8 p.m. Tues
day at the home of Mrs. Harley
Adler, 25043 Pierce, Southfield.
Co-hostesses for the meeting will
be Mrs. Manny Kalef and Mrs
Robert Wolfe.

* • *
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER

and LODGE, are invited to a
square dance, with caller Jim
Schulthles, 8 p.m. Tuesday at Bnai
David Synagogue. Refreshments
will be served.
• • •
DEBORAH and TUCKER CHAP-
TERS will feature Jack McCarthy
of Channel 2 News and a "News
Blooper" film at a joint meeting
8 p.m. Wednesday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
• •

BB Canister Drive
to Close on Sept. 16

The culmination of Bnai Brith
Women's canister campaign for its
children's home in Bait V'Gan,
Israel, will be held 8 p.m. Sept. 16
at Bnai David Synagogue.
It was erroneously reported in
last week's paper that the event
would take place this past Wed.
nesday.
The funds raised will furnish a
remedial reading room in the new

addition of the home, as a living
memorial to the late Frances Solc-
vich.
For information, call Mrs. Jack
Sayles, 547-4475, or Mrs. Philip
Fealk, 546-9556, co-chairman of the

gathering.

• •

Bnai Brith Adults Reject
Youth Charge They Are
`Mostly Middle-Aged'

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—A re-

cent complaint by .delegates at a
Bnai Brith International Young
Adults convention that present-day
Jewish community leadership was
made up of "mostly middle-aged"
individuals has been assailed by
the Greater San Francisco Coun-
cil of Bnai Brith Lodges as
"absurd and totally unfounded in
reference to Bnai Brith."
The delegates called for "more
balance and more democratic rep-
resentation" on Jewish decision-
making bodies in the United States
and Canada. The young adults com-
prise the 1810-29-year-old com-
ponent of the group's youth organ-
ization. The San Francisco Council
also declared that "the young peo-
ple have not joined any of the
established Jewish organizations
in any substantial numbers, so
their resulting lack of represent-
ation at the higher-levels must he

spective members.
Walk Out Week will culminate
with a dinner Sept. 21 at Work-
men's Circle Center. Chapter work-
ers will be eligible to attend if
they have collected two unpaid
dues or enrolled one new member.
Awards will be presented to in-
dividuals and chapters for their
efforts during this week. A pro-
gram will follow dinner.

Chapter members may contact
their presidents for details.

• On the council committee cab-
inet are Mesdames Gerald Bern-
stein, Henry Shore, Beverly Toren,
Charles Blauer, Avery Fisher, Mur-
ray Franklin, Morris Shrager, Jo-
seph Snyder, Harvey Nussbaum
and Ben Mandell. Council advisers
are Mesdames Sidney Eidelman
and Leon Dreylinger and Council
President Mrs. Irving Isaacs.

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CooLing

By

Ruth

Sirkis

(Copyright
1970,
JTA, Inc.)

FUN AT TWENTY-ONE
It is a thrill to visit the 21 club
in New York. The place is famous
for celebrities who dine there, as
well as for outstanding food and
impeccable service. "We will do
everything that is humanly possi-
ble to please our customers" said
one staff member. To illustrate
this, I was shown the huge wine
cellar with its 25,000 bottles (I
found Israeli wine there too). I
also toured the big kitchen with
its supplies of ingredients from
all over the world. I spoke to the
chef, who issues a new menu
every day and asked him for a
good recipe for my readers. Here
it is:

Recipe tar PETITE MARMITE

Two gal. pot for boiling
One lb. of beef (shoulder or short ribs)
Two lb. chicken for boiling

Five stalks of celery
Three carrots

Two turnips
One beef shin bone
Croutons (fried bread cubes)
I. Put chicken, beef and shin bone in
pot and fill with cold water. Allow
ample margin for boiling. Add three
teaspoons of salt. Heat until boiling
with high flame, then turn to low
flame, and let it simmer for 21/2
hours.
2. Meantime, peel and clean the vege-
tables. Cut up into narrow strips
(julienne style) and add them to the
pot after 21/2 hours. Cook for another
half-hour or Ull the vegetables are
soft.
3. Serve in a soup dish with equal
amounts of diced beef, diced chicken,
and vegetables, all mixed in the
broth. Add some croutons to top.
6 portions.

Detroiter Wins
Hadassah Contest
for Membership

if) IS S :-i

laid directly at their doorsteps. -

Young Pioneer Women
to Attend Israel Seminar

NEW YORK — Eighteen out-
. standing young members of Pio-
neer Women from throughout the
United States have been selected
by the national board of Pioneer
; Women to attend the 1970 Leader-
, ship Seminar in Jerusalem, Sept.
8-28.
The seminar will consist of an
intensive program of courses, stu-
dies and tours conducted by both
the Jewish Agency of Israel and
Moetzet Hapoalot, Pioneer Wom-
en's organizational affiliate in
Israel.

Mrs. Benjamin Bond of Cov-
ington Rd. was honored at Ha-
dassah's national convention in
Washington, D.C. for exceeding
the membership goal in its All-
America membership contest.
Hadassah as more than 318,000
members and 1,350 chapters in
the U.S., including Puerto Rico.

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