by Shaarit Haplayta'
Shaarit Haplaytah, Survivors of
will hold an installation din-
ner-dance 9 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
- Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will provide the music, and
there will be entertainment.
For reservations, call Abe Weber-
man, ticket chairman, 538-6534, or
Sonia Popowski, 352.3994.
(More Clubs Page 26)
NORTHEAST and BALMORAL
United Hebrew Schools Woman's
Chapters, Women's American ORT,
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet I Auxiliary will
noon Monday at the Carlyle Tow- I meet 12:30 p.m.
will hold a kickoff membership
luncheon 12:15 p.m. Thursday at
era recreation room. Southfield. Wdnesday at the
Mesdames Joseph Prentis, Joseph U administra•
the Carlyle Towers Apartments,
Southfield. Guest speaker will be
Modell and Samuel P. Baker will tion building it
Mrs. Allen Berlin, discussing "To
host the luncheon. Friends are in- Southfield. Irving
and From Israel With Love." THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
I. Katz, execs
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Guests are welcome.
Friday, September 18, 1970-27
tive director of
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD Temple Beth El
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in will speak on "A
SINAI HOSPITAL WOMEN'S
OF FINE DIAMONDS
the social hall. An "Israeli Adven- Plea for the
GUILD will hear Dr. Julien Priver,
ture With the Rabbi" will be pre- Equality of Jew-
executive vice president of Sinai
sented by Rabbi A. Irving Schnip- ish Women in
and president of the Michigan
per. Guests are welcome. Refresh- 1855." Luncheon
Hospital Association, at an open
New Orleans Mall (only)
ments will be served.
will be servea.
meeting 1 p.m. today in Sinai's
Greenfield at 10 Mile Rd.
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Zuckerman Auditorium. His ad-
dress, "Platform for Health Care,"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK- Gantt is chair-
will follow a noon luncheon. Dr.
WOODS SISTERHOOD will meet man of the day.
Priver, who received his MD de-
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue. Nathan Peiss, a member
FRIENDS OF HILLEL will meet gree from the University of West-
of the school board in Oak Park, at the new Hillel Day School in ern Ontario, was assistant director
will talk on the situation M the Farmington 12:30 p.m. Thursday. and later associate director of the
schools today. Everyone is wel- Mrs. Morris Adler will officiate at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York
theinstallation of officers. Mildred City. In 1951, he became executive
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WeiA, past president, will turn director of Sinai Hospital and in
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will the gavel over to the incoming 1963 he assumed the position of
WE .. . custom design your interiors .. .
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the president, Marilyn Levy. The ex- executive vice president. Last June
drape your windows .. carpet your floors ...
synagogue. A program and re- ecutive board assisting her will be he was installed as president of
upholster or slipcover your furniture . . .
freshments are planned.
vice presidents, Renee Gunsberg, the Michigan Hospital Association,
Meet All Your Decorating Needs.
• • •
Frances Bogorad and Esther composed of 287 hospitals in the
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER- Liwazer; treasurer, Sharron Slomo-
APPOINTMENT . ..
HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Monday vitz; secretaries, Trudy Danzig,
at the synagogue. A report on sum- Barbara Schnipper and Ruth
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
mer activities and plans for the Wayne; and publicity chairman,
Now Booking . . .
coming year will be made. Mrs. Fern Selling. Rabbi Joshua Kron-
enberg, new headmaster of Hillel,
Fannie Laufer will be hostess.
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will be introduced, and classrooms
and his Orchestra
Gloria Cohen • Ma ry Trebble, Your Decorators
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION- will be viewed in session. The
AL CHAPTER, Women's American meeting is open to the public.
ORT, will hold a theater party 9:15 Coffee and dessert will be served.
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p.m. Wednesday at Radio City
Theater. "The Angel Levine," star-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTER-
ring Zero Mostel and Harry Bela- HOOD will present a fashion show
fonte, will be shown. For informa- at its paid-up membership lunch-
tion call Janet Prog, 543-5124, cr eon 12:30 p.m. Monday in the social
• m rail. Members and their daugh-
Ruth Elliouchi,-LI 6-1739.
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ters will model the latest fall and
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SOCI- winter fashions, commented upon
ETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will by Marji Kunz, fashion editor of
ening board meeting the Detroit Free Press. Guests
ome of Mrs. will be charged for the luncheon
noon Mo a
28150 T vistock Tr., prior to the fashion show. Mrs.
Southfield, otinctrineed Mrs. Charles Joseph Blumenthal is chairman.
Kessler, auxiliary president.
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Jape a friend to lunch
and leave the
gnterior Oecorating to us
M an cooling .
HANDSOME MEAT LOAF
FANNIE *GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women's Organization,
will hold a cash shower at its
opening meeting noon Monday at
the Zionist Cultural Center, South-
field. Hostess will be Mrs. Julius
Feigelman. Mrs. Philip Fealk is
program chairman and Mrs. Emil
Jpilman will present Mother-in-
Israel charms. Cash shower chair-
man is Mrs. Sam Shorow.
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will attend a luncheon sponsored
by Mrs. Sarah DeRoven at the
Workmen's Circle Center noon
Tuesday. A cultural program and
games will be arranged. Proceeds
will go to the children's institutions
of the Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel
Guests are invited.
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Full Skin Natural Mink
Hats from . . . 39.95
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a social meeting
noon Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Abraham Primack, 24271
Rosewood, Oak Park. Council
President Doris Fishman will be
guest speaker. Guests are invited.
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meeting. Lunch will be sponsored
served by Mrs. Gussie Cardash
and her committee. Guests are
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A COMPLETE SELECTION OF CONTEMPORARY FUN FURS
We are pleased to announce that •
MR. PHIL BRICKER
with over 40 years of designing and styling
experience, is now associated with us.
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi
Women, will gather noon Wednes-
day at ShomreY Emunah Syna-
for an erev Rosh Hashana
4. Bake at 330 degrees for one hour. gogue
When ready. slim crosswise. Serve
hot or cold.
3. For more pan juices, cook same
Meat loaf In • pot, on top of stove.
Add one cup of beef bouillon and
cook covered on medium heat for
owl Ntlil r.
Se rves re.
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elegant coats, jackets, capes, stoles in the
most sumptuous shades and styles.
RICH FURS AT A PRICE YOU'LL LOVE
One cf my readers wrote to me
and asked for a recipe of a meat
loaf with hard boiled eggs in it.
Since such a meat loaf is delicious
and also handsome—we share the
recipe with you.
The meat loaf is made out of
DAVID HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ground meat and tastefully flavor-
ed with onions and fresh garlic. It ORGANIZATION will meet noon
at the home of Mrs.
is moist and tender, and when
sliced, the white and yellow of the Julius Zemmol, 25340 Karen, Oak
hard boiled eggs add surprise and Park.
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glamour. You may use the pan
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold
juices as a sauce foi the rice or
mashed potatoes that you will its first meeting of the season
noon Wednesday at Workmen's
want to serve with it.
Circle Center. Mrs. Max Stone.
Two lbs. hamburger meat (ground)
president, announces plans for the
One cup bread crumbs
annual benefit luncheon Mee. 3
One medium onion—finely chopped
will be discussed.
Two cloves garlic—mashed
One tbis. oil
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Three hard boiled eggs
One-half cup tomato Juice
Two top. salt
One-half tsp. pepper
1. In a bowl, combine the ground meat.
salt, pepper, chopped onion, mashed
garlic. two beaten eggs. bread
crumbs, oil and tomatojuice.
2. Mix well with fork and hands. The
mixture should be unified.
Grease with very little oil the Inside
3. of a loaf pan. Arrange half of the
meat mixture in the pan. On top
it arrange the three hard-bol led them
(peeled, of course). Arrange
in the middle of the pan, all in a
lengthwise position. one after the
other. Cover the eggs with the sec-
ond half of the meat mixture.
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1 .'•'stn bliNhed 1944
181 S. Woodward 642-1690
Just North of the Birmingham Theatre — Free parking • Open Thursday
by Mrs. Libbie Dubriasky
CO ► *
'til 9 P.M.
Member. Greater, Detroit Furriers Guild • • ••- - -