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January 30, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-30

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IWomen's Clubs]

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
have a business meeting
noon Wednesday at the
Northgate Apts. club house.
Refreshments will be
served, and guests are in-
vited.
* * *
OAKLAND HILLS
Women's
CHAPTER,
American ORT, will have its
third annual used book sale
March 19-21 at Livonia Mall.'
Donations are welcome. For
information, call Mrs. How-
ard Levinsky, 557-7669. Mrs.
Levinsky, Mrs. John Mandel
and Mrs. Simon Zeldes are
in charge of this year's sale.
* * *
DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will have
a dessert luncheon noon
Tuesday in the Birmingham
Community House, 3805
Bates. Dr. Bob Becker will
present a gourmet cooking
demonstration. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Jerry Laker,
647-5695, or Mrs. Mitch Sa-
bin, 851-0774.
* * *
DEGANIA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
crafts party 8 p.m. Feb. 11
at the Needleworks Shop,
725 S. Adams, Birmingham.
Ruth Young will present a
needlepoint lesson. There is
a charge for the kit. For res-
ervations, call Naomi Zietz,
399-2734.

Rhonda E. Levine
Weds Dr. Levine

TEMPLE ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
luncheon meeting noon Feb.
9 at the synagogue. Dennis
Prager, director of interna-
tional affairs at the Tze Ul-
made Institute, will speak
on "Where Have All the
Young Jews Gone?" For res-
ervation's, call the temple of-
fice, UN 3-7769.
* * *
HENRIETTA SZOLD
GROUP, Hadassah, will
hold its Jewish Music Month
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Hadassah House.
Mrs. Albert Newman and
Mrs. Jerome Kaufman will
present the musical skit
"Welcome to Our World."
Dates for the part-time par-
ents' telethon will be an-
nounced. Refreshments will
be served, and guests are
invited.

WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will
have a board meeting noon
Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. The film,
"Behind the Blockade," will
be shown. Marilyn Schlus-
sel, board chairperson, re-
quests board members to
bring in donor monies and
pledge cards. Dessert lunch-
eon will be served. Diane
Levine is president.

*

* *

NORTHGATE CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet 12:30 p.m. Monday in
the Northgate Apts. club
house. There will be games
and prizes, and refresh-
ments will be served. Guests
are invited. For informa-
tion, call Clara Sherizen,
president, 968-5358, or
Blanche Gruenebaum, sec-
retary, 968-5694.

*

* *

AVODAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Tuesday in the home
of Rebecca Goldberg, 18483
Hilton, Southfield. Plans
will be made for the chap-
ter's annual dinner.

*

MRS. LEVINE

Rhonda Ellen Levine and
Dr. Sheldon Levine were
married in a recent cere-
mony at Temple Israel.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Lev-
ine of Marlow Ave., Oak
Park. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. El-
kan Levine of Cumberland
Ave., Southfield.
The bride's gown was
highlighted with Brussels
ice and a cathedral train.
the carried a cascade of or-
chids and yellow tea roses.
Lisa Krinsky was ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Betsy Agree and
Marlene Lafer.
Best man was Gary Al-
pert. Ushers were Stephen
B. Levine and Stuart Levine,
brothers of the bride.
Jody Lipton v as flower
girl, and Ethan Davidson
was ring bearer.
The couple is living in
Farmington, following an
Aruba honeymoon.

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* *

PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern
Star, will meet 7:45 p.m.
Monday in the Odd Fellows
Temple, Berkley. Refresh-
ments will he served.

Eggplant Cutlets

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

I have for you this week a
flexible, inexpensive recipe
that can be served either as
a main dish or a side dish.
You might want to try it out
on a ladies' luncheon some-
time.

1 medium eggplant
1 extra large egg
1 medium onion, cut up
'/z tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 cup corn meal
1 15-oz can pizza sauce

Bake whole eggplant at 350 de-
grees for one hour. Remove skin, cut
up and put in blender. Add cut-up on-
ion, egg, salt and pepper. Chop in
blender until mixed. Add corn meal to
mixture and then form eight cutlets.
Brown cutlets in oil in frying pan.
Grease a casserole pan and place
cutlets in pan, cover with sauce then
place more cutlets on top and cover
with remaining sauce. Bake at 325
degrees for about 1/2 hour. Serve hot
or cold (I prefer the latter).

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THE DETROIT JEWISIFTIWIS
'

Pioneer Women Unit Slates Oneg Shabat

Women Mark Successful Donor

Greater Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women will hold
an oneg Shabat 1 p.m. Sat-
urday at the home of Billie
Kramer, 5759 Whispering
Oak, West Bloomfield.
Barbara Goodman will
speak on "Lib — Jewish
Style."
Betty Rath is vice presi-

i

Participants in the 46th annual donor tea for Women
of Jewish National Fund were, front row, from left: Mi-
chael J. Feigelman, guest speaker; Mrs. Louis Levine,
president; Mrs. Jules Kraft, program chairman; and
Mrs. Frank Silverman, donor chairman, who announced
that more than $100,000 was raised in the donor cam-
paign to complete a family recreation center in Kiryat
Shmona. Shown in back row are the Bnai Shalom Sing-
ers, a non-Jewish vocal group dedicated to Israel. The
group sings in Hebrew.

Banking Family
Plans Weddings

NEW YORK — The
prominent Schiff family,
noted in banking and finan-
cial circles, announces two
of its members are planning
weddings this year.
John M. Schiff, a senior
partner of Kuhn, Loeb and
Co., the financial house,
announced he would marry
Josephine Louise Laimbeer
Fell, a banker's widow.
Schiff's sister, Dorothy, is
the publisher of The New
York Post.
At the same time, an-
nouncement was made of
the engagement of Schiff's
son Peter Grenville Schiff,
to Elizabeth Peters of St.
Louis.
The younger Schiff's
grandfather, the late Morti-
mer L. Schiff, and his great-
grandfather, the late Jacob
H. Schiff, also were part-
ners in Kuhn, Loeb.
He also is a great-grand-
son of the first George F.
Baker, who was a founder of
the First National Bank in
1863 and headed it until his
death in 1931, grandson of
the second George F. Baker,
chairman until his death in
1937 of First National,
which later became through
merger part of the First Na-
tional City Bank.

_ Glory to the man who
departs from this world
with a good name.
—The Talmud

dent of education and Eve-
lyn Noveck is oneg Shabat
chairman. For information,
call the Council, 851-0750.

QUINCY HOUSE

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Mentally
Retared Children

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Needs

Household Items

Rabbi Harry E. Goldwa-
ter, spiritual leader of Ha-
Ner Ha-Tamid, and Rita
Blaske, were married
Thursday in a ceremony at
Temple Israel. Rabbi Leon
Fram officiated. David Solo-
mon was best man, and Su-
san Blaske, daughter of the
bride, was maid of honor.
Following a Caribbean
cruise honeymoon, the cou-
ple will live in Southfield.

(F6ROToTgTo
.
NCJW to Hold Lecture Series

The National Council of
Jewish Women will sponsor
a lecture series, meeting
12:30 p.m. Thursdays at the
Council House. The "Edu-
cation with Flair" program
will have the following
speakers:
Max Sosin will speak
Thursday on "What's So
Funny About Jewish Hu-
mor?" Carol Schwartz will
speak Feb. 12 on "The Art of
Halla Baking," along with
a recipe exchange.
On Feb. 19, Ruth Waldfo-
gel will present and discuss
the film "Silent Snow, Se-
cret Snow" by Conrad
Aiken; Janice Morganroth
will speak Feb. 26 on "In
Search of Ancient Mysteries

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— Peru, Land of the Inca."
Detroit News . sports col-
umnist Cyndi Meagher will
speak on "Soccer to 'em!"
March 4.
The series was planned by
Amy Brown, membership
vice president; and commit-
tee members, Molly Stein,
Anne Faigenbaum, Mildred }.(=>
Berry, Linda Gershenson,
Sandra Leshman, Ronni
Acker, Sue Moss and Carol
Schwartz. Section president
is Jessie Stern.
There is a charge, and
non-members are invited.
For information, call
NCJW, 557-9604.

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