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August 20, 1971 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-20

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THE DETROIT iEW1SH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1971-37

Mary Rosen Becomes
Mrs. David Brockett

Wayne's Alcoholics
The Greater Detroit Council on
Ait-iiholism,. a Torch Drive service,
reports there are 50,000 alcoholics
in Wayne County.

Pianist Betty Kowalsky and her husband, violinist Jerome Stasson,
will be guest artists at the wedding of Tracey Milner and Lawrence
Mandell Aug. 29 in Tucson: --- The Stassons are long-time friends of
former Detroiters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Milner, parents of the bride-
elect. Mrs. Milner, a noted soprano, performed in many concerts with
the Stassons.
Knollwood Country Club President Jerome Y. Halperin, and Mrs.
Halperin, will be honored at the Birmingham group's annual Presi-
dent's Imperial Ball, 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Max Lebowitz and Mrs.
Harvey Schatz are chairman.

aroCooking .

By

Ruth .

Sirkis

(Copyright
1971,
JTA, Inc.)

Marinade Meat for BBQ

Put a piece of meat in a mari-
nade and you can be assured that
its flavor will improve tremen-
dously. Especially if you plan to
barbeque it. Less expensive cuts
of meat will get tenderized in a
marinade, while the good ones
will become even better. Marinad-
ing is not a rapid process, so you
have to plan on doing it several
hours before the BBQ. Let the
meat absorb the marinading in-
gredients, and then you can use
whatever is left of it for basting
the meat on the grill. You can
marinade a big piece of meat, or
-:,you can use individual steaks, or
small cubes for shish-kebab, or
even parts of chicken. Whatever
you prefer—the marinade will im-
rove it.

cup olive oil
cup wine vinegar
1 tsp. powdered mustard
.2 tsp. sugar
•i tsp. salt
- tsp. pepper
-tsp. soy sauce
- 6- gloves of garlic
4:tup chopped onion
Asp. m.s.g.—optional.
-L Mix. all ingredients together. Let
stand for two hours or more.
2- Put the marinade in a shallow dish
big. enough to hold the piece or
pieces of meat. Add the meat and
ut:in the refrigerator for several
s or overnight. Turn the meat
An the marinade about four times
so the meat is covered all over.
3. Proceed to BBQ. Cook or roast to
your liking.

NEW
ORLEANS
MALL

Business
Briefs

• Ala's Barber Shop
• Room At The Bottom
• Doug Hoffman, ltd.

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547-4805

Iry Ashin
JEWELER

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MRS. DAVID BROCKETT

Mary Ellen Rosen became the
bride of David Daniel Brockett in
a recent candlelight ceremony in
the Colony Hotel, Clayton, Mo.
Rabbi Jerome Grollman and Can-
tor Murray Hochberg officiated.
The newlyweiis are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen of
St. Louis; and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Brockett of Margareta Ave.
Judy Steimnitz of St. Louis was
the maid of honor. Janice Kauf-
man and Jeanne Edelen of St.
Louis, and Mrs. Leonard Krugel
of Detroit, were the bridesmaids.
Laurie Chisik of Detroit was the
flower girl.
Michael Breen of Detroit was
the best man. Ushers were Alan
Haxton and Robert Palmer of De-
troit, and Robert Wind.
Following a honeymoon to Las
Vegas, the couple will reside in
Detroit.

The NATIONAL BANK OF
SOUTHFIELD (16-1) won the final
game of the BANKER'S SLOW
PITCH TOURNAMENT by a score
of 14 to 13. They edged out the
Pontiac State Bank in a playoff
which included the Warren Bank
and the Wayne-Oakland Bank.
* * *
LARRY M. STERN now is con-
veniently located at DEXTER
CHEVROLET, 20811 W. Eight
Mile. His personal service can be
obtained by calling 534-1400, 358-
2232 or 358-5192.
* *
LARRY WAYNE again ranked
first among all Metropolitan Life
Insurance agents during the 1970-
71 year, and has been named to
the Metropolitan President's Coun-
cil. He is fourth among Metro-
politan Life's 30,000 agents in
the U.S.

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Researcher Tells of Fight
in Conquest of Cancer

Jewelry, Diamonds & Watches
Fine Watch & Jewelry Repair

32733 Franklin Rd., Franklin, Mich.
626-8259

Bab's Hair Fashions

Thirteen years ago; 'MICKEY
KOLE joined Perry Pharmacy Inc.
as .a soda fouritain employee, On
Aug. 1,- Jack Robinson, founder
and :presidentof Perry PharMaCy ,,
named Kole as dikector of store
VestR7
'
„opefations'.

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PHOTO PARTY
FAVORS

Instant Color Photo Buttons
or Framed photos for Your
Guests.

Now available photo keychains

Photos by MIRO

398-3566 255-9615

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

OF
LIL
BLOOM
LIL'S KOSHER CATERING IS NOW, AFTER

NUMEROUS REQUESTS
FEATURING A COMPLETE

. Under
Supervision
of
Council
of
Orthodox
Rabbis

CARRY-OUT SERVICE

• HOT and COLD HORS d'OEUVRIES
• COMPLETE DINNERS • ALA CARTE
•TRAY SERVICEMZ:

. ALSO AS IN THE PAST, CATERING IN YOUR FAVORITE SYNAGOGUE,
HALL, HOME — WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS, BANQUETS, ETC.

CALL, OR COME IN

LIL'S KOSHER CATERING

( FORMERLY MAYFAIR)

24711 COOLIDGE, 1 Blk. S. of 10 Mile, Oak Park

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Selected

HOWARD HIRSCH, who has
served for more than two years
as director of development and
public relations at the College of
Notre Dame in Baltimore, has
been named senior regional direc-
tor of Brandeis University's mid-
west regional office in Chicago.

COPENHAGEN (JTA) — Prof.
Sol Spiegelman, the world famous
researcher in the medical fight
against cancer and authority in
the field of biochemistry, told a
meeting of scientists that the
United States, India, Sweden and
Israel are cooperating in what he
termed a silent struggle against
the malignant illness.
Prof. Spiegelman, who works
within the framework of research
carried out by Israel, stated that
the discovery of a blood virus
in cases of breast cancer gave
much hope to researchers but
added that no one could say when
the illness would finally be con-
quered. "It could happen next
week or it could happen in five
years," he said.

• Dubb's Country Kitchen
• Sherri's
• Efros Prescriptions
• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Bud Rollins Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shops
• Bab's Hair Fashions
• Rigsby Shoe Service

THE
EASY-TO-SHOP
MALL

Dr. Ben A. Appel, dinner chair-
man.
The Kalamazoo Jewish commun-
ity will participate in this celebra-
tion.
Appearing as guest star will be
Dr. Arieh Plotkin.
Dr. Appel announced the follow-
ing members of the planning com-
mittee: James S. Gilmore Jr., mas-
ter of ceremonies; Jochanan Sten-
esh, chairman; Herman B. Lando,
co-chairman; and Dr. William Ap-
pel, Mrs. James. S. Gilmore Jr.,
Hugh Harper, Andrew Levene,
Jack Levene, Dan Ryan, Louis
Slavin and William Slavin, honor-
ary committee. Comniittee mem-
bers are: David Davidoff, Arthur
Finman, Jerome Gerber, Dr. Rob-
ert Grekin, Mrs. Herman B. Lan-
do, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Schupan
and Mrs. Jochanan Stenesh.
For reservations information,
contact Herman B. Lando, 2560
Sunnybrook, Kalamazoo.

Carson' Meltzer
Photographer

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Kalamazoo Bonds Dinner
to Mark Israel Anniversary

The Kalamazoo committee for
Israel Bonds will celebrate the
23rd anniversary of Israel's state-
hood with a dinner Sept. 12 at
Inman's 'Restaurant, 400 E. Mich-
igan, Galesburg, Mich., announced

Bar Mitzvas, Weddings
and special occassions

LI 6-5444

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