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November 27, 1970 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-27

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Auction to Aid Leukemia Foundation

DICK STEIN

An art auction to benefit the
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
Children's Leukemia Foundation
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of Michigan will be held 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Knights of Colum-
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
bus Hall, 30755 Southfield, South-
LI 7-2770
field. Browsing starts at 7:30.
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The collection of paintings will
include original oils, etchings,
water colors and lithographs.
There also will be signed and num-
bered lithographs by Dali, Miro
and others.
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Auction co-chairmen are Mr. and
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Mrs. Gerald Stone and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Goldberg. Members and
friends of the foundation working
on the auction are Mr. and Mrs.
Maynard Stone, Dr. and Mrs.
Simon Cook, Mr. and Mrs. F. Jo-
seph Belanger, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Siegler and Mrs. William Row-
land.
The Children's Leukemia Foun-
dation is the only organization in
Michigan that • provides blood,
medication and a counseling serv-
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Look for the bright red package
to children and adults who
at your favorite store.
have leukemia or a related blood
disease.
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Proceeds from the auction will go
toward research at Children's and
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W h. an C o ohi ng

Center Mothers' Club to Recall
50 YearS at Banquet Monday

Nancee Gail Schlesinger
to Be Bride of r. Frosch

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'tired Lefkowitz. Lea Rubel and
Pauline Weinstein. Center-Davison
Club; Fanny Diamond, Sophie
Friedman, Fanny Grober, Grace
Kralick and Rae Ressler, Dexter
Mothers' Club; Ida Etkin, Stella

Goldman and Blanch Saginaw,
Fenkell Mothers' Club; and Bertha
Cohen, Anne Finegold, Eva Morris,
Fannie Waldfogel and Rose Ya-
goda, 12th Street Mothers' Club.
Members of the new Daughters'
Committee are Babs Bortman, Mae
Brooks, Gerry Goldman, Rosalyn
Kravitz, Lee Lefkowitz, Luba Lip-
son, Edythe Sherer, Yetta Shiner,
Molly Yagoda, Grace Zellman and
Yona Ragzin.

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Fdday, Homier 27, 1470 - 24

Yeshiva Cites Mr., Mrs. Sol Nusbaum

broil on a medium heat for thirty
minutes.
4. In the meantime, prepare the dum-
plings: In a medium bowl mix to-
gether the flour, baking powder and
salt. Add the fried chopped onions,
the on and water. Mix well till there
is a soft dough.
5. With a tablespoon take a small part
the dough and drop It Into the pot_
Repeat, and arrange the dumplings
around the chicken in the pot. Try
to arrange them so they won't touch
each other. Try also to have at least
eight dumplings, so you will be able
to serve two to each person.
6. After arranging the dumplings in
the pot, cover the pot and continue
cooking for another ninety minutes.
Cook over low heat, and check occa-
sionally. If there is not enough liquid,
add some water.
7. The dish is ready when the meat is
tender and the dumplings are double
In size. Discard the celery and serve
hot_

Dinners-Buffets-Cocktail Parties
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

For information, call the Stones,
353-0247, or the Goldbergs, LI
8-1111.
At the annual
dinner of Yeshi-
vath Beth Yelin-
dab, attended by
more than 700,
Mr. and Mrs. So(
Nusbaum
were
By
honored for their
efforts
on
behalf
Ruth
of Jewish educa-
tion. Hillel
Sirkis
Abrams (left),
Yeshiva pr es (-
(Copyright
dent, singled out
INC
Nusbaum as "the
aTA, Inc.)
most important
benefactor to Yes-
Grandma's Chicken
hivath Beth Yehn-
The recipes in this column were dab and Beth Ja-
tested in my kitchen, and then cob." Looking on
eaten by my family. While I am in the rear is Rabbi Eugene Greenfield, chairman
the Yeshiva
adventurous in cooking, and love board of directors.
new and interesting dishes, my
young daughters are very con-
servative. They don't care too
much for the dishes I have gleaned
from exotic cookbooks or famous
restaurants. They enjoy mostly
dishes I have learned from my
mother. They can detect grandma's
The 50th anniversary of the Jew- for Nicholas Fenakel will lead
dishes by their wonderful smell,
rich sauce, and appetizing color. ish Center Mothers' Clubs will be Hamotzi. Greetings from the
observed
at a luncheon-banquet 1 Center will be extended by N.
No matter what I do, grandmother
always wins. And that is how the p.m. Monday in the Center's Shiff- Brewster Broder, president; Ir-
win Shaw, executive director;
generation gap is closed in my man Hall.
Allan Gelfond, director of
family.
Highlights of the clubs' half cen- and
Four servings
tury will be recalled at the event. group services.
1 Chicken (about 3 lbs.)—cut into eight
Officers of the Center Mothers'
The program will include greet-
pieces
3 tblsp. oil
ings by Lee Lefkowitz, a founder Clubs are, besides Mrs. Lefkowitz,
2 carrots—sliced
Rebecca
Krasno, vice president;
of
the
new
Daughters'
Committee
2 medium onions—chopped
Anna Finegold, secretary; Grace
1/4 celery root
of the Mothers' Clubs.
2 cloves of garlic
Kralick,
sunshine
chairman; Fanny
2 tsp. salt
Mildred Lefkowitz, president,
treasurer; Lea Rubel,
1/2 tsp. pepper
will lead in the lighting of the Grober,
2 cups chicken broth
membership;
Minnie
Krugel, tick-
I cup flour
candles, followed by a mother
I tsp. baking powder
presiding at each table. Mrs. Lef- ets; Sonia Morovnick, refresh-
3 tblsp. oil
kowitz also will present the clubs' ments; and Louis Kroopnick, sec-
1 small onion—chopped
retary pro tem.
1/2 cup water
gift to the Center.
1/2 Dp. salt
Many daughters and grand-
1. In a big frying pan heat 3 tblsp. oil.
Soprano Mrs. Julius Chajes, ac-
Add all the chicken pieces and fry
daughters of the Mothers Clubs'
them an all sides, while turning them companied by Mrs. Nathan Fink members will attend the banquet.
over in the pan.
at
the
piano,
will
present
the
musi-
2. Take out of the frying pan and
Among them will be the daughters
transfer to a big pot. In the fat that cal program and lead in the na-
remains in the pan, fry the chopped tional anthems and community and granddaughters of Mrs. Ida
onions till Just yellow. Fry also the
Drapkin, one of the early presi-
small onion that you will use after- singing.
dents, called the "dean of the
wards for the dumplings.
The
invocation
will
be
pro-
3. Add to the pot the fried onions.
Mothers' Clubs."
sliced carrots, celery, which should
nounced by Lea Rubel, and Can-
be peeled and cleaned, the garlic.
Other past presidents to be hon-
seasoning and broth. Cover the pot
ored are Pearl Koenigsberg, Mil-
and bring to a boil. Reduce treat and

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Schlesinger
of .Stonewood Ct. E., Farmington,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Nancee Gail to Laurence
Frosch, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Frosch of Great Neck, L.I.
Miss Schlesinger was graduated
from Michigan State University,
where she was president of Phi
Mu Sorority. Her fiance, a grad-
uate of the American University,
Washington, D.C., belongs to Zeta
Beta Tau Fraternity.
A January wedding is planned.

The Tillie Grossman - Benjamin
Havis Memorial Town Hall Lec-
ture Series sponsored by the Great
Lakes Chapter, Women Branch,
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations, will continue 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday in the Vaad Harabonim
auditorium. The Sisterhood of
Cong. Beth Abraham will be hos-
tesses for the day.
Rabbi James I. Gordon of Young
Israel of Oak-Woods again will de-
liver a lecture on Pirke Avot,
Ethics of the Fathers.
For information, call the chair-
man, Mrs. David J. Cohen, UN
4-7521.

activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Max Nosanchuk, 18225 Alta Vista, Southfield, are
having a reunion with members of their family whom they haven't
seen in 50 years. The guests are Mr. and Mrs. Fivel Yarom (originally
Rimer), who came from Minsker Gubernia (Rubleh), Russia, and have
lived in Israel since 1933. Mr. Yarom, a cousin of Max Nosanchuk, is
here with his wife and son Zvi to attend the weddihg of Zvi's daughter,
in New York: Zvi is with the Israeli ministry of defense. While here,
they attended the Balfour Concert as guests of Mr. Nosanchuk.
Goodfellowship Club held its annual going-out affair at the Elm-
wood Casino, Windsor, last week.

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