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March 12, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-12

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Savings Bonds Buying Co ntinnes to Go

January marked the fourth con-
secutive month in which purchases
of Series E and H savings bonds
exceeded redemptions at cost price
nationally.
Cash buying of E and H bonds
came to $430,000,000 — $49,000,000
more than in January 1970. E bond

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Up
purchases of $410,000,000 were up
13 per cent, while investments in
bonds of $20,000,000 showed a
10 per cent increase.
Exchanges of E for H bonds to-
taled $20,000,000, which was 18 per

cent above last January's 517,000,-
000.
Redemptions at cost price
amounted to $421,000,000—$100,000,-
000 less than in January 1970. E
bond redemptions at cost price
showed a 16 per cent decrease.
while H bond redemptions dropped
42 per cent.
Combined E and H holdings in-
creased by $86,000,000 during Janu-
ary, coming to $51,928,000,000. E
bond holdings reached an all-time
high of $44,9 billion. Total holdings
—including freedom shares, which
were withdrawn from sale on June
30, 1970—now are at an all-time
peak of $52,600,000,000.

AND ASSOCIATES

It is a characteristic of wisdom

not to do desperate things—Henry
David Thoreau.

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Hadassah President Trying to Find
Detroit Relative for Soviet Emigres

It was a bittersweet homecom-
ing for Israel's 3,000,000th immi-
grant—Natan Zirulnikov of Lenin-
grad—his wife Rochel and daugh-
ter Alexandra. For a brief moment,
their lives touch that of a Detroit
Jewish woman, who has vowed to
help them if she can.
Mrs. Sidney Winer, president of
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah, was
attending a midwinter conference
in Israel last month when the
Zirulnikovs arrived at her hotel.
For them it was the culmination
of a two-year effort to leave the
Soviet Union.
What should have been one of
the happiest days of her young life
could not be for Alexandra. Al-
though she was pregnant, her hus-

band had not been allowed to emi-
grate wtih them. He had told her
that there were two lives at stake
and she must leave with their un-•
born child.
When the ZIrulnIkovs learned
that a Detroit woman was in the
hotel, they immediately sent her
a note, in Russian. In the rush to
leave for home, Mrs. Winer had
no time to have the note trans-
lated until she got to the airport.
In it, they begged her to try and
locate Mrs. Zirulnikov's cousin who
had been living in Detroit when
they last heard from him. "I
promised myself I would help
them in every way I could," Mrs.
Winer said.
She has tried, to no avail, to
find Lev Rubinchek to advise him
where the Zirulnikovs can be
Concert to Present
reached. Rubinchek left the USSR
between 1925 and '30 and visited
Contemporary Works
them in Leningrad between 1960
Detroiter Marguerite Kozenn and 1969.
Chajes, who has just returned from
Rochel Zmulnikova is the daugh-
Europe after a stay of four months ter of Joseph Ginsberg, Her hus-
filled with musical - activities, will band Natan was an engineer in
present her 17th annual concert Leningrad. For the next four
of contemporary music, 2:30 p.m., months they will be attending the
March 21 at the Detroit Public Li- ulpan at the absorption center in
brary. First performanes of Swed- Haifa and can be reached at:
ish, Finnish, Austrian, German .Mercaz Klita Kiryat Eliezer, Room
and Czechoslovak compositions will 205, Haifa, Israel.
be presented, co-
sponsored by the
Music Trust
Miss Deborah Keller
Funds of the Re-
to Marry Evan Cohen
cording Indus-
tries.
All nese works

.

and many more
w ere sent to
-Mrs. Chajes, who
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a as gifts to the
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from her. -- own
Den Netiesky er
collection of -,re-
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and musicological books vies do-
nated in memory of her parents.
Participating artists will be

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pianists- Gizi Szanto and Lawrence
LaGore; Dr. Harry Langsford,
who will conduct the Wayne State
University Mixed Choir; and
members of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra.
Admission is free.
Pianist Prof. Hermann Reutter,
MISS DEBORAH KELLER
one of Germany's leading com-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Keller
posers has accepted an invitation
by Mrs. Chajes to spend next of Bellwood Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
week in Detroit.
daughter Deborah Sue to Evan
Howard Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Single Adult Program Off Edward Cohen of Lynnhurst, 0.
The Jewish Single Adult pro-
Miss Keller received her bache-
gram originally scheduled for lor's degree in Russian from the
March 16 at the Jewish Center University of Michigan. She is com-
has been canceled.
pleting work on her master's degree
in Slavic languages and litera-
tures at the University of Colo-
rado.
Mr. Cohen was graduated from
U. of M., majoring in psychology.
He is working on his doctorate in
clinical psychology at the State
University of New York at Buffalo.
A June wedding is planned.

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Ruth
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(Copyright
1971,
JTA, Inc.)

THE PLEASURE OF PARIS
Some restaurants around the
world are more than just an eating
place. They are an institution. Max-
im of Paris is one of them. This
restaurant is mentioned in many
books, movies, plays and operettas,
as a symbol of lavishness, extrava-
gance, and excellent food. Maxim
was established 80 years ago and
has been the meeting and eating
place of royalty, millionaires,
maharajas, famous writers, enter-
tainers and spys. Today it is alive
and kicking as ever. When we vis-
ited there and went down to the
old-fashioned kitchen, they were
very busy. The next day, a party
was to be held in the Shah's Pal-
ace in Iran, and all the catering
was done in Maxim's and flown
over there. But still, the chef found
some minutes to share with us a -
recipe. Here it is:

1 whole duckling (4-5 pounds)
1 teaspoon salt
ifs teaspoon pepper
1 medium carrot—sliced
1 medium onion—sliced
For Broth
1 medium chopped onion
1 medium carrot—sliced
.All•the giblets (except liver)
3 cups water
1 teaspoon soup bouillon
1. clean the duckling and rub it with
For Sauce
3 tablespoons sugar
Ve cup wine-vinegar
2 cups of the broth
ns red wine
ta
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 can of peaches
2 tablespoons corn starch
1. Clean the duckling and rub it with
salt and pepper, Truss it with white
thread so it keeps its shape. Price the
skin with a fork so the fat will be able
to escape. Heat the oven to 400 de-
grees F. Put the cut vegetables In ■
shallow roasting pan and put the duck-
ling on top of them. Put the roasting
pan with duckling in it in the hot
oven. After 10 minutes lower the heat
to 350 degrees F., and roast for about
two hours, turning the duckling from
side to side so it has a chance to get
brown on all sides.
2. After put,:ng the duckling in the
oven, prepare the broth: Put all in-
gredients in a pot and cook on moder-
ate heat for two hours. The broth will
be ready for use when the duckling is
ready.
3. Arrange the peaches on a flat plate
and baste them with three tablespoons
wine and one tablespoon lemon juice.
Set aside.
4. Strain the broth and measure so
you will have two cups of clear liquid.
5. Put the duckling on a serving plate
and keep warm. Skim all the fat from
the pan juices. Boil the juices down to
half their amount. Strain.
IL In a medium saucepan put three
tablespoons sugar and one-quarter cup
vinegar. Bring to a boil till the syrup
becomes golden brown. Remove imme-
diately from heat. Add to it the broth
and mix. Return to heat.
7. Mix two tablespoons of corn starch
with the rest of the wine (3 this) Add
to the saucepan, cook and stir for about
four minutes till the sauce becomes
medium-thick. Add the strained pan
juices. Heat together.
8. For serving, pour two tablespoons
of the sauce over the duckling. Arrange
the peaches around it on the serving
plate. Serve the sauce In a nice sauce
dish

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Birmingham
and Franklin
Groups of Hades-
sah will host a
buffet supper and
art auction Wed-
nesday at Baal
David Syna-
gogue. A cock-
tail preview will
be held at 6:30
p.m., and the ela-
tion will follow
dinner. Fred
Grossman will
auction the works
of such artists as Chagall, Picasso, Dail and Miro. Heading the auction
committee are Mesdames Jerome 'Tramper, over-all chairman; David
Mattes (center), chairman for Birmingham; and Leonard Stein (left)
and Stan Perth:tan, - decorations. Others are Mesdames Marvin Rubin_
Daniel Snapper, Donald Rubies and Robert SiegeL Presidents of the
groups are Mesdames Jerome Kaufman, of Franklin, and George
Kandla, Bernard Mills (right) and Louis Zuckerman, Birmingham.
For tickets or reservation, call Mrs. Leo Gottfurchl, 47741149. Pro-
ceeds will go to Youth Allya, the movement to receive and settle
young immigrants in Israel.

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