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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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34 October 24, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Adat Shalom's Maskit Show
to Feature Designer Clothing

Clothing, ranging from
evening wear to casual at-
tire, will be among items
featured at the Israel Mas,
kit Showcase '76 slated Nov.
2-5 at Adat Shalom Syn-
agogue.
Ruth Dayan, president
and founder of Maskit, will
present a fashion show 1
p.m. Nov. 3. Models include
Geri Chusid, Susan Bindes,
Joy Nachman, Barbara Wil-
lis, Susan Ross, Rochelle
Leiberman, Sandy Gold-
smith, Connie Kopald,
Sharon Sukenic, Frances
Ezrack, Linda Schaeffer
and Bobbie Toll. Elaine Bar-
nett is chairman.

Gold and silver jewelry
for men and women, and
children's fashions, also will
be displayed.
Chairpersons include
Harriet Dunsky and Linda
Gershenson, overall; Ann
Benderoff, public rela-
tions; and Susan Alter-
man, volunteers.
Hours are 1 p.m.-10 p.m.
Nov. 2; noon-5 p.m. and 7-10
p.m. Nov. 3 and 4; and noon-
5 p.m. Nov. 5.
For information, call the
synagogue, 851-5100. The
public is invited at no
charge.

* * *

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions
23 years experience

MAGICAL Mgl.

547-2464

THEODORE

BIKEL

LUBAVITCH.CONCERT

WED. Nov. 5 • 398-2611

BACKGAMMON

Strategy lessons for
intermediate players

AFTERNOON or
EVENING CLASSES

20%
Discount on
Backgammon
Sets

This hostess gown is one
of many haute couture and
casual clothing items to be
shown at the Israel Maskit
Showcase '76 to be held
Nov. 2-5 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. The public is
invited at no charge.

Weekly Thurs.
Eve Tournaments

626-4643

Music Truly for the Discriminating'

by

Mach Pitt and his Orchestra

358-3642

Grand Opening of

"ClkeaVeLgt To <Ae

by Donna and Judy

Creative Weavings • Quality Yarns
Instructional Classes Start Oct. 13th

26019 Woodville Place
Southfield, Mich. 48076
Hours by Appt. 557-6993

Opening Special
15% OFF All Yarns

SERVING ONLY
PRIME, AND
CHOICE MEATS

Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc

SINGER'S
Kosher Meats `'

.

& Poultry Mkt.

JACK ATTIS PHIL SWARIN

13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE

LI 7-8111

Engagements}

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Freed of Kokomo, Ind., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Cheryl Ann
Freed to Edward A. Wolf,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
S. Wolf of Bellwood Dr. S.,
Southfield. The couple were
graduated from Eastern
Michigan University. A
June wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wander of Bermuda Ln.,
Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Cheryl Lynne Wander
to Charles Siman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Melvin Si-
man of Marlow Ave., Oak
Park. A July wedding is
planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Norman M.
Ross of Mayfair Dr., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter
Frances Ellen Ross to
Richard H. Rassler, son of
Mrs. Morton Leavitt of Ely-
ria, Ohio, and the late Mr.
Jack Rassler. Miss Ross is
working toward her mas-
ter's degree in learning disa-
bilities at Wayne State Uni-
versity. Her finance was
graduated from Michigan
State University. A Novem-
ber wedding is planned.

AJCongress Group
Plans Israel Trip

lessons for beginners

Member Detroit Retail

(

WE DELIVER

As part of the observance
of International Women's
Year the Women's Division
of American Jewish Con-
gress has scheduled a Mis-
sion to Israel, Nov. 1-11.
This special leadership mis-
sion is designed to afford a
searching examination of
the role and status of
women in all sectors of Is-
raeli life.
It will also include in-
depth discussions with Is-
rael's political, economic
and academic leaders, meet-
ings with leading Israeli
personalities, visits to army
units in the field as well as
conversations with Israeli
creative and performing art-
ists in their own setting.
Programs are.arranged at
the Louise Wise Youth Hos-
tel which is supported fi-
nancially by the Women's
Division. -
Rose Schwartz, past pres-
ident of the Detroit Worn-
en's Division and a national
vice president, will repre-
sent the Michigan Region.

Low-Cal Zucchini

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

Many people are weight-
2onscious in the foods they
select, yet they don't like to
give up good taste just for
the sake of saving calories.
I'd like to recommend a low-
calorie vegetable dish that is
also quite easy to prepare.

1 large zucchini squash (peeled or un-
peeled)
2 medium onions (cut in rings)
1 large tomato (cut in eighths)
1 4-oz. can mushrooms, drained
r tbsp. soy sauce
1 /2 tsp. garlic powder
Cut zucchini and onions in thin
slices. Put in a hot teflon fry pan. Cook
on a low heat about 5 minutes, stir-
ring occassionally. Add tomato and
mushrooms. Cook on low heat about
10 minutes, while stirring. Add soy
sauce and garlic powder and simmer
about five minutes. Serves 4.

Yeshiva Women
Donor Wednesday

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and Women's Sab-
bath League will have their
annual donor luncheon to
benefit needy children here
and in Israel noon Wednes-
day at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods.
Mrs. Norman Cottler is
sponsoring the luncheon at
which Mrs. Joshua Sperka
will be toastmaster and
chairm4n. Rabbi James I.
Gordon of the synagogue
will be guest speaker.
Chairmen are Jean Ka-
plan, donor; Ruth Stark and
Clara Stulberg, donor co-
chairmen; Tillie Epstein and
Frances Cutler, fund rais-
ing; and Helen Mertz and
Sylvia Hausman, tickets.
Eric Rosenow and Cantor
Hyman Adler of Cong. Bnai
David will provide enter-
tainment. For reservations,
call Mrs. Fanny Laufer,
president, 968-7146, or Mrs.
Cutler, 543-7861.

Marriages
Sharon Riseman became

the bride of John H. Wolfe
in a recent ceremony at
Temple Israel. The bride is
the daughter of Mrs. Marlys
S. Riseman of Omaha, Neb.,
and Mr. Melvin E. Riseman
of Shawnee, Kan. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mrs.
Jeanette S. Wolfe of Strat-
ford Rd.., and the late Mr.
Irving Wolfe. The couple is
living in Chicago.
* * *
Mrs. Robert Hammer
(the former Dale Berger of
Detroit) and Leo Friend
were married in a recent
ceremony at Alexandria,
Va. * * *
Victoria Louise Zaft be-
came the bride of Judah
Waknine in a recent cere-
mony at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Harold Loss offi-
ciated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Zaft of Miami
Beach, Fla. The couple is liv-
ing in Royal Oak.

Beverly Migdal
Notice
Tells Nuptial Plan Deadline
The Jewish News local

publicity deadline for the
issue of Oct. 31 is noon
Monday as usual. How-
ever, because of the cele-
bration of Veterap's Day
on Monday there- will be
no mail delivery. Items
arriving late will be with-
held until the following
week, if still timely.

■■■ 11111M,

FIRESTONE

JEWELRY

holesnle Diamond.. & jewel,
Renumntink. Jeuvirt & u nlrh Rep.:rink'

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23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
(313) 557-1860

•■ ••11MINM

MISS MIGDAL

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mig-
dal of Twyckingham Way,
Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Beverly Sue to Dr. Wil-
liam Steven Bloom, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman J.
Bloom of York Rd., Hun-
tington Woods.

Miss Migdal was grad-
uated from the University
of Michigan School of Edu-
cation. Her fiance was grad-
uated from the University
of Michigan Dental School.
A December wedding is
planned.

Caricatures

for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

N.. N. N. N. N.. N. N. N. `,

There was a young mother from Flint,
Who got up each morning to sprint.
She developed a marvelous condition
And a perfectly splendid disposition.

How she did it, I'll give you a hint!

The very best in Kosher Dairy Foods
for morning, noon, and night

at your favorite food store

N. N. N. N.

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KOSHER MEAT AT ITS BEST AT 101 H

Independent Association Members

THIS

WEEKS SPECIALS

Only at your kosher independent market you can still have your
personalized service LOOK FOR THE ASSOCIATION EMBLEM
Oct. 26th thru Oct. 30th

Fresh Frozen

Fresh Frozen

FRYER BREASTS $1.1916. FRYER WINGS..... 89%.

BERVIRDS KOSHER MEATS

Bernard Rayher-13925. W. 9 Mile
398-3180

THE ') 130\MAN BROS.

- -

Harry-Ben-Oscar-Sam, Frank
13515 W. 7 Mile Rd. — UN 4-9054

C•RL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park

COHEN & SON MEAT MARKET
26035 Coolidge Hwy. .
Jack Cohen — Oak Park 48237 Tel. LI
7-4121

LOCIS COHEN AND SON .

12939 West Seven Mile Road
Allan A. Cohen — Detroit 48235 DI 1-1607
DI 1-1608

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER NIEATS

Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Eugene Feldman — Michael Feldman
Oak Park 48237 — LI 8-6800

GOLDIN. KOTI\ & SMITH

-
23057 Coolidge
. Seward Goldin, Ben Smith
Oak Park 48237 — T.T 7 -3900

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile Road
Sidney Mirves, John Katz, Dave Krasman,
Southfield
48076 — 356-5110

MORRIS KOSIIER MEAT MARKET

7134 W. Seven Mile Road
William Schwartz — Detroit 48221
DI 1-8604

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POETTRY

25254 Greenfield
Jack Millpr
Oak Park 48237 — 548-4887

PASADENA. KOSHER MEAT

24721 Coolidge
Ben Shapiro. Joe Felstein
Oak Park 48237 — LI 3-8860

SINGERS MEAT MARKET

13721 W. Nine Mile Road
Jack Attis, Philip Swarin
Oak Park 48237 — LI 7-8111

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