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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Club One Jubilee
Set for Tuesday

Women's Clubs

SAVE.!
BUY DIRECT

FROM

NSHEI
CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (10 mile
area) will meet 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Isaac Kaplan, 14740 W.
Lincoln. The guest speaker
will be Isaac Kaplan.
* * *
NSHEI
CHABAD

THE

IMPORTER

SEYNIECIUR
KAPLAN -

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and C o.

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS



MAGICIAN
& ILLUSIONIST

30555 Southfield,
Suite 100
645.9200

SPECIALIZING
In Children's Parties

JEFF ANKERS

968-0038

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WE WILL BE CLOSED

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FROM MONDAY, JULY 12
TO SATURDAY, JULY 24
AND REOPEN MONDAY, JULY 26

Chili Steak

BY NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

HAVE A NICE VACATION

DENIM HEADQUARTERS

2313 W. 12 MILE RD. • • Berkley
1/2 BLOCK EAST OF COOLIDGE

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STUDY GROUP (Nine
Mile area) will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Kenneth Chelst,
13801 Kenwood.
* * *
KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday at the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room. President Lily Rou-
beck will present "News and
Views," and a fund-raising
luncheon will be planned.
* * *
DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs.
Harry Schechter, 25639
Greenfield, Southfield.

Dan Yessian Assoc. Presents

BANDS! BANDS! BANDS!

• The Sunshine Band
• The Dan Yessian
Arrangement
• The Holden Caufield
Group

Specialists in Bar Mitzvas
Weddings, Banquets

478-3737

Chuck steak is an econ-
omical cut of meat, but one
must remember to cook it
long enough so that it is
tender and not chewy.
Sauces which tenderize the
meat also enhance the fla-
vor. Try this week's steak
recipe with baked potato
(added to the oven during
the last hour the meat is
cooking) for a hearty meal.

one 3-lb. chuck, cut about 1-inch
thick
1 stalk celery, thinly sliced
1 small green pepper, cut in rings
1 bottle chili sauce
1 /4 cup flour
Use a 9x13-inch Teflon baking
pan or spray with Pam or similar
product. Place chuck steak in an
oven baking bag. Slice vegeta-
bles and put on top of the meat
in the bag. Mix chili sauce and
flour. Put on top of the vegeta-
bles. Close bag but remember to
punch holes in the top of the bag
to let steam escape. Place in pan
and bake in oven for 31/2 hours or
until tender. Take out of bag and
pour sauce over meat and veget-
ables. Serves 4-5.

To Lis,
Every Function Is
an Occasion

LADIES OF YESHI-
VATH BETH YEHUDAH
AND WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold
an indoor garden party noon
Wednesday at the yeshiva.
The luncheon is co-spon-
sored by Edith Weiss and
Haidy and Sylvia Strauss.
Games will be played. Host-
esses are Mesdames Walter
Epstein, Harold Kaplan,
Mendal Stark, Becky Cohen
and Sylvia Hausman. Presi-
dent Fanny Laufer invites
guests.

*

*

ZEDAKAH CLUB will
have a fund-raising games
luncheon noon July 19 at
Knob in the Woods club
house. There is a charge.
For tickets, call Mrs. Deena
Fishman, 654-9230, or Mrs.

Stella Morof, 644-2280.
* * *
DEGANIA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
Mother-to-Mother Lunch-
eon, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home Gwen Silver-
stein, 29340 Stellamar,
Southfield, to raise funds
for an underprivileged
mother in Israel to attend a
learning session at a camp.
There is a charge. Guests
are invited. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Silverstein,
355-0594.
* * *
WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a board
meeting 10 a.m. Monday at
the MCL Cafeteria, followed
by a regular meeting at
noon. A games party will be
discussed.

July 22 is Pioneer Women Date
for Spiritual Adoption Luncheon

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women, will hold
its Spiritual Adoption
Luncheon noon July 22 at
the Michigan Inn.
Spiritual Adoption funds
are used to provide homes
for children who are de-
prived of a stable family life
because of physical or men-
tal illness, death of parents
or other tragic circumst-
ances.
The homes which provide
these services are Omna,
Neve Taf, Beit Katchko,
Hadera and Rehovot, all in
Israel.
Entertainment at the
luncheon will be provided by
members of the Italian Op-
era Company, headed by
Dino Valle, baritone. Other
artists to be presented are
Quinto Milito, dramatic bar-
itone; Jan Rae, soprano and
Chiara Del Giudige, pianist.
Also participating in the

DINO VALLE

program are Frieda Lee-
mon, Ruth Miller and Eve-
lyn Noveck of Pioneer
Women.
There is a minimum con-
tribution for attendance at
the event. For information,
call Pioneer Women,
851-0750.

Mrs. Albert (Merry) Sil-
ber has been elected chair-
man of the new Jewish
Community Center Cham-
ber Concerts Committee.
The group will aid the Cen-
ter in sponsoring a series of
fall chamber music concerts
in the Aaron DeRoy Studio
Theatre at the new Jewish
Community Center.

MERRY SILBER

of the Cultural Arts Divi-
sion.
There are plans to enlarge
the committee during the
summer.

Immigrants Face Job Adjustment

Whether it's business or social, large or small,
our catering consultants will make your event a
memorable one. Call Peter George our Director of
Catering who will be pleased to plan your function and
suggest an appropriate menu for the occasion.

X

Northfield Hilton Inn
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48084
(313) 879-2100

JERUSALEM — New
immigrants to Israel face a
basic vocational adjustment
problem according to a re-
cent report from the Minis-
try of Labor in Jerusalem.
"Prospective immigrants
must be prepared to change
their vocations or profes-
sions in line with Israel
needs. Without that readi-
ness, initial steps toward so-

Club
One
Pioneer
Women, will celebrate its
50th Jubilee with a lunch-L(
eon noon Tuesday in the La-
bor Zionist Institute.
The program will feature
"Golden Memories of the
Past 50 Years," with Sarah
Levin, Sophie Sislin and .c
Chana Michlin pariticpat-
ing. Adele Mondry will in
stall the officers for the new
year. Ruth Miller, Greater -)
Detroit Council president, „.21
will bring greetings.
Sarah DeRoven, a club
founder, will give the invo-
cation. Molly Sallen
lead "Songs We Used to \I
Sing." For reservations or
transportation, call Chana
Michlin, 968-5351, or Sf
Levin, 542-6072.

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Engagements)

Mr. and Mrs. Robert I.
Lesser of Bloomfield Hills
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Ellen Sue
Lesser to Les I. Siegel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sie-
gel of Southfield. The couple_ _(
are graduates of Michigan
State University and Mr.
Siegel will attend the
Wayne State University
School of Medicine in the
fall. An August 1977 wed-
ding is planned.

La Leche League
Meeting Thursday

Center Plans Chamber Concerts

Serving on the committee
with Mrs. Silber are: Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Binkow,
Mrs. Louis Jaffe, Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Luby; Victor
Martin, Dr. Janette Sher-
man, Albert Silber, and
Center staff members Ju-
lius Chajes, director and
conductor of the Center
Symphony Orchestra and
Mrs. Edith Rudner, director

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cial adjustment will fail and
they will eventually return
to their country of origin," a
ministry official said.

Professional manpower
retraining is the answer,
experts agree, and Israel's
program in which the ORT
Israel network plays an im-
portant role, is one of the
best in the world.

Oak-Field Chapter of La-
Leche League will hold an
informational meeting
about "the art of breastfeed-
ing and overcoming difficul-
ties," 8 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mary Brockett,
28405 Sutherland, South-
field.
The meeting is open to
interested women. For in-
formation, call Bonnie Ku-
pinsky, 541-2477.

JNF Increases
Planting of Trees

NEGEV — As the plant-
ing season reaches its cli-
max in Israel, plans for aug-
menting plantations in the
south have become known.
The Jewish National Fund
will plant belts of trees ar-
ound the industrial areas of
Arad and Beersheba, both,
to shelter the factories from
the winds and to keep pol-
luting gases and dust from
getting out.
From Eilat to Ofira, the
southernmost tip of Is' `2-'=/\
the JNF continues to p.
rows of trees as windbreaks
and as a "green decoration"
in the heart of the desert.

ORT Student
Is Security Chief:

GENEVA -- Eli Galili,
17, a senior student in me-
chanics at ORT Holon, also
serves as the commander of
the Voluntary Citizens
Guard of the Jessie Cohen
district where he lives with
his mother and father.
There are 20,000 people liv- <
ing in this suburban area of
Tel Aviv.
He that soweth iniquity
shall reap vanity.
—Proverbs

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