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May 07, 1971 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-07

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Radomer Aid Will Meet CARIH Donor to Help
Miss Silverstein to Be
Radomer Aid Society will meet in Treatment of Asthma
Bride of Eliot S. Zipsen
8:30 p.m. May 18 at the Work-

` men's Circle Center. Refresh-
ments, a movie and games are
planned.

YOUR CANDID COLOR

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

WILL BE

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

Detroit League of CARIH (Chil-
dren's Asthmatic Research Insit-
tute and Hospital) will hold its
annual donor luncheon noon Wed-
nesday at the Town and Country
Club, announces Mrs. Joseph Land-
berg, president.
Mrs. Nat Coleman, professional
entertainer, will sing and accom-
pany herself on the piano, Guest
speaker will be Arthur Lorber,
president of CARIH in Denver.
Gifts will be awarded.
Tickets can be purchased at the
door or by calling Mrs. Louis
Landsberg, 557-7027. Mrs. Harry
Friedman is donor chairman.

FRANK PAUL

and his ORCHESTRA

AND ASSOCIATES

"Music at its Best
for Your Guests"

KE 1-8196

557-7986

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 7, 1971-29

Detroit Women Join Jet Set
or Luncheon With Mrs. Rabin

Preparations have been com- chairman), Irwin Green, Mrs.
pleted for the "Israel Embassy Hamburger, Norma Hudosh, Mau-
Airlift" to Washington, D.C. Mon- rice Lezell, Joseph H. Newman,
day when a select group of De- Ben Nosan, Morris Pelavin of
troit women will be guests of Flint, David Pollack, Felix Rosen-
Mrs. Itzhak Rabin, wife of the zweig, Sidney Schwartz, Morris
Israel ambassador to the United Starkman, William Stoler, Louis
States, at an Israel Bond "golden Berry, Henry Dorfman, Louis
sponsor" luncheon at the Israel Cooper and Miss Lillian Fischer,
director, Detroit Women's Division.
Embassy residence.
*
The Detroit group will leave
early Monday for Washington and
return the same
Israel Fashion Event
day. Mrs. Sam-
u e 1 Hamburger,
in the Stars for June
a leader in the
Mrs. Nathan L. Fink is chair-
Israel Bond
man
of the 1971 All Israel Fash-
women's
division,
MISS SHARON SILVERSTEIN
ion Festival, which will have its
is chairman of
Michigan premiere June 8 at
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silverstein of the "airlift." At
Long. Shaarey Zedek.
Windermere Rd., Windsor, an- the luncheon, the
nounce the engagement of their Detroit women
Mrs. Fink headed the Israel
daughter Sharon Rhonda to Eliot will have the op-
Emergency Year Luncheon last
Scot Zipser, son of Mr. and Mrs. portunity to con-
October, which
Bernard Zipser of Morton Ave., verse with Mrs. Mrs. Rabin
honored Israel
Oak Park.
Rabin and to get an intimate pic- Bond Women of
Miss Silverstein is a senior in ture of Israel's present situation Valor and re-
sulted in - $90,000
Wayne State University's college and prospects for peace.
Mrs. Rabin will present each in Israel Bond
of education. Mr. Zipser is a grad-
woman who subscribes for $5,000 sales. The fashion
uate of Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity and now attends the Detroit or more in Israel Bonds with a festival is t h e
golden sponsor pin, created by highlight of the
College of Law.
sculptor
Jacques Lipchitz. The Israel bond wom-
An August wedding is being
emblem carries out the theme en's division cam-
planned.
of "Am Ehad"—One People.
paign.
Mrs. Fink
Mrs. Morris Ad-
Women who are taking part in
Jerome Rosen to Play
the Israel airlift include Mes- ler will be fashion commentator.
dames Norman Adelsberg, Fred Israel Consul Judith Beilin will be
Beethoven Concerto
Baum, Allen Charlupski, Nathan a special guest.
L. Fink (Israel Fashion Festival
The 10th annual awarding of the
at Center Concert
Star of Israel original diamond
Jerome Rosen, associate con-
creation, presented by Mr. and
certmaster of the Detroit Sym-
Mrs. Norman Allan, will be a fea-
phony Orchestra, will play Beet-
ture of the festival.
an Coohirtg
hoven's Violin Concerto with the
Reservations are by a new pur-
Center Symphony Orchestra under
chase of $250 and over in Israel
By
the direction of Julius Chajes, 3
Bonds. For reservations, call Is-
p.m. Sunday at the Jewish Center.
•.. rael Bond women's division, 557-
Ruth
Prokofieff's Classical Symphony
O
•• • 6770.
O
and Mozart's "Don Juan" Over-
Sirkis
ture also are listed on the pro-
Rabbi, Doctor to Talk
O
gram. This will be the sixth and
0
(Copyright
last
in
the
Sunday
afternoon
con-
O
to Brides and Grooms
1971,
O
certs for this season.
JTA, Inc.)
O
The 1971 spring lecture series
at
the
Tickets are available
0
of the Jewish Institute for Brides
O
Center
cashier's
office.
GLORIOUS
SALAD
0
and Grooms will close with the
O
Born in Detroit, Rosen was ap-
Spring is here, and so is salad topic, "Marriage, Sex and Juda-
O
prentice
conductor
and
soloist
time.
The
crisp,
cool
greens,
sea-
11,
ism," 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
with the Cleveland Orchestra, solo- soned and properly dressed, are a Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods.
O
0
ist with the Detroit Symphony, joy to have either before, with, or
0
"What attitude to sex should
Chamber Music at Marlboro and after the main course. The salad young Jewish couples standing on
cs
we suggest here is a very satisfy-
Casals
Festival.
Presently
he
is
0
the threshold of marriage, de-
conductor of the Oak Park Sym- ing one. If you serve it before din- velop? ' will be discussed by Rabbi
JO
phony and first violin, St. Clair ner, you don't have to bother with Joel Poupko, Hillel director at the
0
any other preliminaries. You can
String Quartet.
University of Michigan. The views
also feature it as a glamorous and attitudes of medical science
luncheon salad, or as a special
treat for an after-theater snack. will be outlined by Dr. James
We are speaking about "Caesar Labes, a local gynecologist and
Salad," which is comprised, in obstetrician.
All engaged couples are invited.
addition to assorted greens, of
A social hour will follow. For in-
eggs, cheese and anchovies.
formation, call Mrs. Yitzhak
2 medium heads of lettuce
1/2 cup salad oil -
Kagan, 542-5058.

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Juice of 1 lemon
1 cup toasted bread croutons
1 raw egg
1 small can of rolled anchovies
3 cloves of garlic
6 tablespoons grated hard cheese
Salt
Freshly ground pepper
1. Prepare garlic oil a day ahead. Peel
and cut the garlic cloves lengthwise.
• Put them in the oil and let stand
till you need it.
2. Several hours before making the
salad, or even a day before,' clean
the lettuce thoroughly. Separate the
leaves and pat them dry. You may
also spread them on a towel and
allow them to dry this way. When
they are dry, chill them in a plastic
bag. This will make them crisp.
3. Prepare the croutons by cutting about
five slices of bread into half-inch
squares. Toast them in the oven—
spread on a cookie sheet. (250 de-
grees F—for 30 minutes, or till crisp ).
You may also buy ready-made crou-
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4. For added excitement, you can pre-
pare the salad in front of your guests,
or prepare it in the kitchen just
before serving. Tear the lettuce
leaves into a chilled large salad bowl.
Drizzle half of the garlic oil on the
greens, and then drizzle the vinegar
and lemon juice.
5. Toss the salad. Break an egg into
• it and toss again till there are no
more egg traces. Sprinkle with grated
. cheese. salt and freshly ground pep-
.. 'per, and toss again.
6. Drizzle the rest of the garlic oil .•, -1
the bread croutons and toss tin:: n
into the salad.
7. Serve the salad and garnish ‘, ith
anehoives. Serves. 4-6.

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