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January 23, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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Januar* 23, 1976 - 3

THE DETROIT JEWISH "S'

Community Council Reslates Meeting

JNF Women Exceed Their Donor Goal

More than 800 persons
packed Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek Tuesday for the 46th an-
nuial Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund Donor event.
They heard Betty Silver-
man, donor chairperson,
announce that more than
$100,000 had been raised to
complete the family recrea-
tion center at ,Kiryat
Shmbna, near the Israel-
Lebanon border.
The Detroit Women of
JNF undertook to build the
recreation center in 1974
and in two years have raised
$250,000 for the project in
the town which has been the
target of murderous terror-
ist
Diane Levine, president of
Women of JNF, welcomed
the guests and praised the
women who had been re-
sponsible for the success of
the drive. Shirley Kraft, the

[Marriages

Randye Cheryl Shifman
became the bride of Rod
Stewart Burke in a recent
ceremony at the Westbury .
Manor in New York. The
bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Raphael Rich of
Westbury and Tamarac,
Fla. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Burke of Detroit.
The couple is residing in
Bloomfield Hills.
* * *
Suzanne Goldstein and
Norman Priebatsch were
married recently at Bnai Ja-
cob Synagogue in Wood-
bridge, Conn. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney L. Goldstein
(Marian Goodman, formerly
of Detroit) of New Haven,
Conn. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Prieb'atsch of Jo-
hannesburg, South Africa.
Following a honeymoon in
the Far East, the couple will
live in Johannesburg.

program chairperson, intro-
duced Michael J. Feigelman,
young Jewish leader, the
guest speaker, and the re-
nowned Bnai Shalom Sing-
ers, who provided the musi-
cal entertainment.
Rissa Winkelman, presi-
dent of the Young Women
of JNF, presented a check
for $4,500 on behalf of that
group. About 3,000 con-
tributed to the effort to
build the family center.
Bess Axelrod lead in the
singing of the U.S. and
Israel National anthems,
accompanied by Vivian
Stollman.
Feigelman, active in the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at. Wayne State Univer-
sity, in the community and
on behalf of Israel, said
"The Arabs 'are the Tacists,
not Israel. The hypocritical
PLO, which has pointed to
Lebanon as an example of a
viable secular state, is now
joining in the destruction of
Lebanon. There never was
an Arab Palestinian nation.
The Arabs are spending mil-
lions to falsify history."
The Bnai Shalom Singers
were acclaimed both for
their singing and their dedi-
cation to Israel. An ensem-
ble of eight, singers and
instrumentalists, their pro-
gram was all in Hebrew.
They received a standing
ovation.

The Jewish Community
Council's second quarterly
session of the Delegate As-
sembly has been resched-
uled to convene at 8 p.m.
Feb. 5 at United Hebrew
Schools, LaMed Audito-
rium.

Ron Moore, their
spokesman, said: "The
reason we sing is to por-
tray the spirit of the people
of Israel to the world. We
believe that Israel is the
hope of the world".

Five amendments to the
Council's constitution will
be considered.
The constitutional revi-
sions concern appointment
of the Council's nominating
committee, methods of fill-
ing vacancies in executive
officer posts, length of the

The Bnai Shalom Singers
are non-Jews. They sing in
Hebrew-and in Yiddish and
they entertained the troops
on the battlefront in the
Yom Kippur War. Founded
in Phoenix, Ariz., they have
headquarters now in New
York City and in Jerusalem.

The Magic Men

i)resen 1

Council president's term in
office, the office of the exec-
utive director, and the role
of past presidents on the
Council's executive commit-
tee.
Executive Director Alvin
L. Kushner will present a
quarterly review of the
Council's activities.

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Carol Lynn Gutov
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Wander-Siman
Troth Announced

MISS GUTOV

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gu-
toy of Leemoor Dr., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter
Carol Lynn to Steven Cohen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Cohen of Parkland Dr.,
West Bloomfield.
A May wedding is
planned.

Brussels Sprouts

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

Winter finds us trying out
new ways to cook vegeta-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert. bles. Here is a different
Wander of Bermuda Ln., method for preparing Brus-
Southfield, announce the sels sprouts that is flavorful
engagement of their daugh- and low in calories.
ter Cheryl Lynne to Charles 12 oz. fresh Brussels sprouts
Siman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
2 chicken boullion cubes
J. Melvin Siman of Marlow
11/2 cups boiling water
Ave., Oak Park.
1 tbsp. instant onion flakes
1 tbsp. parsley flakes
A July wedding is
1 tbsp. lemon juice
planned

GENTLEMEN'S QUARTER

MISS WANDER

Know for whom you toil, '
whether he can be trusted to
pay you for your labor.
(Aboth 2.)

WHERE YOU'LL HAVE A GOOD TIME LOOKING GREAT.

We Invite you-to our 20% to 60% Off Clearance Sale — Your Host: RICK SKIBA & SHELDON SAKWA

Selecting fine apparel from lines like Ritchie Rubinoff, Rafael,
Roberto Rossi, Dax, Roland, Nik-Nik,,Oleg Cassini, Givenchy,
X A'ndrini, is always a pleasure. But at Gentlemen's Quarter
we provide free champagne to add to your shopping
enjoyment. We're proud of our new expanded facilities and
also we would like to announce the expansion of our
tailoring facilities and the acquisition of a new experienced
tailoring staff to accomodate you more efficiently. We
always have a good time here, so why shouldn't you? Stop
by soon.

Mix bouillon cubes with boiling
water. Add Brussels sprouts, onion
flakes and parsley flakes. Cook
covered for 15 minutes. Pour
lemon juice over the vegetable

FINAL WEEK OF SALE

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