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February 11, 1972 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-11

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-cocktail party 9 p.Di. today at
at the King's Arius super club
Southfield. Johnny C and his band
will provide• mimic for dancing.
For infokniation, call Henrietta
Lewis, LI 6-0903.

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Engagements

Wed Richard Dembs

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1972-31 .

Mini-Fair Aids Israel 'Bonds

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuemler
of Highland Heights, Ky., announce
the engagement 4-their daughter
Bonnie Sue Ait\- '•tincinnati to Sale
J. Korn ofScheneetady, son of Mr.
and Mrs:Leo M. Korn of Tracey
Ave. Miss Tuemler is a graduate
of the University of Kentucky, and
Mr. Korn is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan. A May wed-
ding is planned.
t
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gendel-
man of Nadol Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Mollene to Martin Jay
Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Levin of Sutherland Ave., South-
field. Miss Gendelman is a gradu-
ate - of Wayne State University.
At ^ the Israel Bond Mini-Fair Sponsor Luncheon, at Which
Mr. Levine is a graduate student
tw
at Indiana University's -school of $152,000 in Israel Bond pledges was announced are (from left) Mrs.
MISS PHYLLIS SCHECHTER
optometry. A July wedding is Sidney Schwartz and Mrs. David Pollack, chairmen of the Detroit
Israel Bond women's 'division, which sponsored the affair; Yacov
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schechter planned.
Dan Israeli movie star who headed the program; and Mrs. Pearl
of Harvard Rd., Southfield, an-
Nosan, luncheon chairman. Art works, jewelry and products of
nounca the engagement of their Vickie Borkin to Many
Israeli industries, which have been developed with the aid of Israel
daughter Phyllis to Richard Steven
Bonds, were on display at the minI-fair. The 1972 Sponsor pin, sym-
bolizing the "Key to Peace," designed by Chaim Gross, was pre-
Dembs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Leib in - Spring
sented to paid 1972 sponsors and trustees of Israel Bonds. The event.
Phillip Dembs of Adrian Dr., South-
held at the Raleigh House, launched the 1972 Israel Bond women's
field. -

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division campaign.

Miss Schechter and Mr. Dembs
attend the University of Michigan.

Israeli Fashions to Illustrate
Work of Pioneer Women Centers

William Geoffry Gallery

Flowers. Antiques

Pioneer Women will present a
show of Israeli fashions noon
Thursday in the Labor Zionist
Institute.
These garments will be shown to
dramatize the work of Pioneer
Women and its sister organization
in Israel, Moetzet Hapoalot.
In Belt Elisheva, one of Pioneer

2140 Walnut Lake Road

Birmingham. Michigan 48010 .
626-5484

Bill McDonald
Fern Kumove
Sharon Mendoza

Women's comprehensive commun-

MISS VICKIE BORKIN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borkin of
Westhampton Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce - the engagement of their
daughter Vickie to Burton Hillel
Leib, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sidney
By
Z. Leib of Martha Washington
Dr., Southfield.
Ruth
Miss Sorkin is .a senior in the
school of education at Eastern
Sirkis
Michigan University. Mr. Leib
completed his undergraduate stud-
(Copyright
ies at Eastern Michigan Univer-
1971,
STA, lee.)
sity and was president of Sigma
Alpha Mu Fraternity. He is a
student at the Ohio College of
SIMPLY DELICIOUS
Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland
As a busy, working woman,
and is affiliated with the Phi Alpha mother of three, and chronically
Pi scientific fraternity. ,
short of time. I am always on the
A June wedding is planned.
lookout for quick, good recipes.

W har4

SERVING ONLY PRIME
AND CHOICE MEATS

SINGER'S
Kosher Meats n 'it 2
Member Detiait Retail
'kosher Meat Dealers Assoc.
bt Poultry Mkt.

JACK ATTIS PHIL SWARIN

13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE

LI 7-8111

WE DELIVER

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS -AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES!

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service cal

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These women are aided in their
growth by the support of Pioneer
Women child care centers.
Thirty-five new ones have been
opened since September, accom-
modating 1,580 additional chil-
dren.

The Greater Detroit Council, of
which Mrs. Gerald E. Goldberg is
president, consists'. of 1;200 mem-*--
bers in 14 chapters.
Among the styles to be shown
are a floor-length halter dress com-
posed of diagonal strips of leather:
a blue leather pant suit; and a
silver and brown brocade gown
embroidered with -beads.
The event has been arranged by
Mrs. Frank Rath and Mrs. Ralph
Miller, vice presidents in charge
of membership. Gloria Elbling of
Pittsburgh. a member of the na-
tional board of Pioneer Women,
ill_deliver a progress report on
her recent survey of Pioneer Wom-
en projects in Israel.
The afternoon will honor new ..
members and their sponsors, who
will come as guests
A Chagall lithograph u ill ,be
awarded.

League of Jewish Women
. -
Honored in Southfield

*"

For four servings.

chicken thighs

tsp salt
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
t2 tsp. thyme
iv tsp. white pepper
1 sup dry white nine

2

Friday, Saturday, Sunday• sa

WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS

Sometimes I experiment a lot to
find one, and sometimes it is just
serendipity, as is the case here
I put some chicken in the oven
for dry roasting (I am also mind-
ful of my diet) and planned to
serve it as is. Since the chicken
looked too dry I poured some wine
over it, then added some mush-
rooms, sprinkled some of this and
that, covered the pan and ran
along to my business. I practically
forgot about the chicken until din-
ner time. My husband, who by
now has a very discriminating
palate, enjoyed it and didn't fail
to let me know that he appreciates
appreci
my culinary efforts. So I decided
to share with you the recipe that

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FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

cook

ity centers located in a poor sec-
tion of Jerusalem, untutored im-
migrant women learn clothing pro-
duction, basic sewing skills and
pattern cutting. The more gifted
students may go on to study in Tel
Aviv with Fini Leidersdorfer, one
of Israel's top designers.

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the chicken with salt. Put
on a teflon roasting pan and place
skin down in a 425-degree preheated
oven. Roast for 19 minutes then turn
over and roast for another 10 minutes.
2. Clean mushrooms and slice them
thinly. Sprinkle the chicken with gar-
lic powder, pepper and thyme. Add
the mushrooms and wine to the pan
and cover It tightly with aluminum
foil.
3. Reduce the heat to 350 degrees and
bake for 45 minutes. Occasionally lift

time cover and baste the chicken with

the juices.

4. When chicken is ready, turn off the
oven and just leave the chicken there
to keep warm until serving time.

Mayor Norman Feder of South- _
_field presents his proclamation
for "League of Jewish Women
Week" to League President Mrs.
Howard B. Appelman • Exhibits
depicting the League's purposes
are on display through Monday
at Harvard Row Mali. Winners
of the display competition will
be announced at the League --
meeting noon Monday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.

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