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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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88 Friday, Aftist 4, 1978

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Briefs

Peter A. Winegarden
has been named general
manager of the Hudson's
Franklin Park (Ohio) store.
* * *
Neil A. Werner has been

appointed the Huebner
chairman for 1978-1979.
Werner will be responsible
for all chartered life under-
writer courses given in the
Metropolitan Detroit area.

*5.
`Jack the Farmeroid'
Promotes Farmer Jack

Doreen Hermelin Will Chair
Israel Bond Fashion Show

Mrs. David B. (Doreen)
Hermelin has accepted the
chairmanship of the 1978
Michigan Premiere Israel
Bond Luncheon Fashion
Festival, announced Wo-
men's Division chairman
Mrs. Allen (Franka) Char-
lupski.
The annual fashion pre-
sentation, highlighting the
best of Israel's fashions, will
tour 60 major cities in the
United States and Canada,
sponsored by the Women's
Division of Israel Bonds.
The show will be pre-
sented Oct. 19 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek with local
TV celebrities helping to
model the clothes.

"Israel is now celebrat-
ing her 30th anniversary,
and the growth of her
fashion and textile indus-
tries in those 30 years is
nothing short of miracul-
ous," said Mrs. Hermelin.

Paul Borman, right, president of Borniazt's Inc.,
operator of 80 Farmer Jack Supermarkets in Michi-
gan and Ohio, is shown with a robot from New Jersey
who was named "Jack the Farmeroid" for a four-day
customer-promotion at stores in the Detroit area.
"Jack the Farmeroid" walked, talked, waved his arms
and carried on two-way conversations with custom-
ers and their children. While the robot was in town,
Borman also made him available for half a dozen ap-
pearances, including three television talk shows, to
promote the Detroit-Windsor International Freedom
Festival which was being celebrated at the time.
Shown with Borman, are, from left: Fred Yaffe, presi-
dent, and Deborah Marwil, account executive, both of
Yaffe Stone August, Inc., Borman's advertising
agency in Southfield.

•• •

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MIFFLINTOWN, Pa. —
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Inc., has introduced a new
line of four frozen fully-
cooked, breaded and bat-
tered fried chicken pro-
ducts, according to Murray
L. Katz, president.
The new line consists of 1
lb. 12 oz. retail boxes of fried
chicken breasts; fried
drumsticks and thighs;
fried chicken wings; and an
assorted pack of breasts,
thighs, drumsticks and
wings.
The chicken is fried in
pure vegetable oil and the
breading, an old world re-
cipe, contains no sugar.

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"Export is vital to Israel's
economic health and fash-
ions are now the third
largest export product,
staple items in top fashion
stores throughout the

maceutical Associa-
tion will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Cranbrook
Apts. club house. Members
are requested to bring ads
for the dinner-dance jour-
nal. Refreshments will be
served by the auxiliary.
* s *

Men's Clubs Win
National Honors

DOREEN HERMELIN

world. The Women's Divi-
sion of Israel Bonds is an or-
ganization dedicated to the
economic development of
the state of Israel. By spon-
soring the annual all-Israel
fashion festival, we create a
showcase for exciting Is-
raeli fashions and also help
make additional loan dol-
lars available, through Is-
rael Bonds, for the de-
velopment of the fashion in-
dustry, as well as many
other industrial enter-
prises," she said.

Kroger Features Fresh Fish

Kroger Food Stores will
have a special fresh fish
promotion at area stores
through Sunday. In con-
junction with its special
promotion, Kroger has
made available a variety of
fish recipes:

COD FILLETS
BAKE: Place in well greased
baking dish. Add 1/4" milk.
Bake at 325° for 10-12 minutes.
Pour off milk. Cover top of fillet
with bread crumbs and pat
with butter. Broil 3 to 4 minutes
until butter melts and crumbs
are crisp.
BROIL: Place fillet on pre-
heated well greased pan.
Brush on melted butter (op-
tional: garlic powder, dill
weed, paprika). Broil 7 mi-
nutes. Do not turn. Remove
and cover top of fillet with
bread crumbs and pat with
butter. Broil 3 to 4 minutes
until butter melts and crumbs
are crisp.
• "
SOLE FILLETS
BROIL: Place fillet on pre-
heated well greased pan.
Sprinkle with garlic powder,
dill weed and paprika. Cover
top of fillet with bread crumbs
and pat with butter. Broil 7 to 9
minutes until butter melts and
crumbs are crisp. Do nut turn.
PAN FRY: Dip in milk, then
into flour, corn meal or bread
crumbs. Use butter or vegeta-
ble oil to cover pan Vs" deep.
Fry until light brown on both
sides. Do not overcook.
• •
TROUT
BROIL: place fillet on pre-
heated well greased pan.
Brush on melted butter. (op-
tional: garlic powder, dill
weed, paprika). Broil 7 mi-
nutes. Do not turn. Remove
and cover top of fillet with
bread crumbs and pat with
butter. Broil 3 to 4 minutes
until butter melts and crumbs
are crisp.
PAN FRY: Dip in milk, then
into flour, corn meal or bread
crumbs. Use butter or vegeta-
ble oil to cover pan 1/4" deep.
Fry until light brown on both
sides. Do not overcook.
• • •
LAKE PERCH
BROIL: Place fillet on pre-

Men's Clubs

AESCULAPIAN Phar-

heated well greased pan.
Brush on melted butter (op-
tional: garlic powder, dill
weed, paprika). Broil 7 mi-
nutes. Do not turn. Remove
and cover top of fillet with
bread crumbs and pat with
butter. Broil 3-4 minutes until
butter melts and crumbs are
crisp.
PAN FRY: Dip in milk, then
into flour, corn meal or bread
crumbs. Use butter or vegeta-
ble oil to cover pan 1/4" deep.
Fry until light brown on both
sides. Do not overcook.
• - -
HADDOCK FILLETS
BAKE: Place in well greased
baking dish. Add V." milk.
Bake at 325° for 10-12 minutes.
Pour off milk. Cover top of fillet
with bread crumbs and pat
with butter. Broil 3 to 4 minutes
until butter melts and crumbs
are crisp.
BROIL: Place fillet on pre-
heated well greased pan.
Brush on melted butter. (op-
tional: garlic povider, dill
weed, paprika). Broil 7 mi-
nutes. Do not turn. Remove
and cover top with bread
crumbs and pat with butter.
Broil 3 to 4 minutes until butter
melts and crumbs become
crisp.
• • •
OCEAN PERCH
BAKE: Place in well greased
baking dish. Add 1/4" milk.
Bake at 325° for 10-12 minutes.
Pour off milk. Cover top of fillet
with bread crumbs and pat
with butter. Broil 3 to 4 minutes
until butter melts and crumbs
are crisp.
BROIL: Place fillet on pre-
heated well greased pan.
Brush on melted butter (op-
tional: garlic powder, dill
weed, paprika). Broil 7 mi-
nutes. Do not turn. Remove
and cover top of fillet with
bread crumbs and pat with
butter. Broil 3 to 4 minutes
until butter melts and crumbs
are crisp.

Break forth into joy, sing
together, ye waste places of
Jerusalem; for the Lord
bath comforted His people,
He hath redeemed
Jerusalem.
— Isaiah 52:9

Members of Detroit
synagogue men's clubs were
cited at the international
conference of the National
Federation of Jewish Men's
Clubs held recently at the
Concord Hotel in New York.
Adat Shalom Syna-

gogue's men's club won
first place "for continuing
defense of Judaism activ-
ity." Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
men's club won second place
"for the best overall ac-
tivities" and "program of
the year." Adat Shalom took
second place for fund rais-
ing, and Shaarey Zedek
earned an honorable men-
tion "for membership
techniques and bulletins.'
Century Club Founders
certificates were awarded to
I. Murray Jacobs, national
chairman and a national
past president; Abraham
Satovsky, national past
president; and Irving
Laker, national board
member.

Center Health Clubs Plan
Annual Barbecue Party

The Men's and Women's
Health Clubs of the Jewish
Community Center of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will host
their second annual bar-
becue splash party 6 p.m.
Aug. 16 for all members and
guests.
The evening includes
swimming, tennis, jogging,
racquetball, squash, plat-
form tennis and regular
health club facilities as well
as steam, sauna and

* *

whirlpool.
The party will featur
disco lessons with instruc-
tion by Debbie Moran and
Frankie Gell.
The newly appointed di-
rector of the men's health
club, Bernie Wolf, will be on
hand.
There is a charge, guest:
are invited. For informa-
tion, call the men's or wo-
men's health club office,
661-1000.

Dr. Sam Jassenoff, men's health club member, vol
unteered his culinary expertise by preparing the bar
becue entrees at last year's annual health club bar
becue.

Balfour Concert Inaugural
Planning Session Sunday

Dr. Maxwell Hoffman,
president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, an-
nounced that the first plan-
ning meeting for the annual
Balfour Concert will be held
11 a.m. Sunday in the West
Bloomfield home of Dr. and
Mrs. Sidney Leib.

Dr. Hoffman stated that
the annual concert this year
will be held in the large
sanctuary of Cong: Shaarey
Zedek in Southfield, with
3,000 participants antici-
pated for the annual fund-
raising function for Zionist
and Israel activities and
public affairs programs in
this country and in Israel. ,

Dr. Lester Zeff and Max

Sosin have been named co-
chairmen of the annual
event.

Spock Advocates
Sunday Schools

NEW YORK — Paren
who are atheists or agnos
tics are advised by pediatri
cian Dr. Benjamin Spock
send their children to Sun
day school!
"Judaism and Christian
ity are integral parts of th
history and culture and at
titudes of most of the peopl
of the United States, even o
those who have rejecte
these religions," Dr. Spoc
said in a Redbook magazin
article.

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