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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 22, 1919

Women's Clubs

CHANA CZENESH
Pioneer
CHAPTER,

Women, will meet noon
Monday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. Sheri
Wasserman of the Oak Park
Library will review "Leah's
Journey." Refreshments
will be served. Guests are
welcome.

* * *

AVODAH CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will hold
its installation 7 p.m. Tues-
day in the Franklin Park

Leave Everything to Us

Towers Apts. club house.
Husbands and friends are
invited.

* * *
BE-
PRIMROSE
NEVOLENT CLUB will

meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Northgate Apts. club
house. Belle Cohen, slate
committee chairman, will
present the slate for the
election following the reg-
ular meeting. Petite lunch-
eon will be served. The
organization will celebrate
its 48th anniversary at a
dinner-dance 6:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Manuel
Neiman will recite the in-
vocation. For reservatoins,

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• a caricature artist for any kind of get-together
• professional hostesses for a club golf outing
• a classical guitarist and flutist for smaller receptions
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POLINA ALEXANDER
EUROPEAN
SKIN CARE
CLINIC

West Bloomfield Plaza
in Barresi Beauty Salon
6694 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield

tel. 851-7688

LIST OF SERVICES

1. Deluxe, scientific facial, speciaiizing in acne treatments,
deep pore cleansing, removal of• blackheads and
whiteheads.
2. "Desquamal," a unique concept for removing dead skin
cells, leaves skin smooth and dewy soft.
3. Waxing — legs, bikini line, lip, chin, eyebrows.
All other parts of face and body on request.
4. Application of individual lashes.
5. Eyebrow and eyelash tinting.
6. Skin care and make-up lesson.
To deliver the efficient treatment Polina Alexander uses only
the most advanced techniques, cosmetic products and best
quality equipment, imported from Europe. We are open
Tues.-Sat. from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

As an Introductory Offer you will receive

$5.00 off any facial. Valid thru 7-22

call Becky Weinman, 545-
6164.

* * *
OF
LADIES
YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH AND
WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold a vic-

tory luncheon noon Wed-
nesday in the yeshiva build-
ing, in honor of the first
birthday of David Hyman,
grandson of Annette
Borowitz. President Fanny
Laufer will give a financial
report. Nominations for
officers will be taken. Hos-
tesses are: Mesdames Tillie
Epstein, Jean Kaplan, Ruth
Stark, Sylvia Hausman,
Leah Yaffe, Chaim Rosen-
berg and Frances Cutler.
Friends are invited.
* * *

NORTHWEST DE-
TROIT CHAPTER,

CARIH, will hold its annual

awards dinner 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Paradiso
Cafe. Mrs. George Frank is
dinner chairman. Guests
are invited. For informa-
tion, call Nettie Mandell,
548-1095, or Faye 01
shansky, 557-8137.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Women, will meet 11:30
a.m. Tuesday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room.
Chana Michlin will read her
annual report. Life mem-
bers will be honored. Kits
for the 1979 donor will be
distributed. Reservations
will be taken for the spring
spiritual adoption lunch-
eon to be held July 12 at the
Michigan Inn. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Michlin,
968-5351.

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* * *

WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZA-

Delegates to CJF Meeting
Approve Agenda for '80s

DENVER (JTA) — A
three-year study charting
the future of Jewish federa-
tions and welfare funds and
their umbrella agency, the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, for the 1980s was
adopted at a special CJF
general assembly in Denver
by an overwhelming major-
ity of the 300 delegates re-
presenting most of the 190
member federations in the
United States and Canada.
The community represen-
tatives adopted the final re-
view report which emerged
from three years of analyses
and consultations involving
more than 1,500 community
leaders in the United States
and Canada. Morton L.
Mandel of Cleveland, CJF
president, said the review.
report examines every
major aspect of the CJF phi-
losophy, operation and ob-
jectives and how the CJF
can best meet the needs of
its member federations.
Review committee
recommendations approved
by the delegates covered the
following areas:
strengthening communities
and federations; United
Jewish Appeal-CJF rela-
tions; priorities and plan-
ning; national and overseas
Jewish agencies coopera-
tion; governance of CJF,
communications, human
resources and staff organ-
ization and budget.
Mandel said periodic
evaluations will be made
of the implementation of
the recommendations
and results reported to
the federations.
The delegates also
unanimously adopted the
report of the CJF personnel
task force recommending a
comprehensive personnel
development program to
meet the future professional
staff needs of federations.
The delegates also changed
CJF by-laws implementing
key provisions of the review
report providing for greater
involvement of community
representatives in the gov-
ernance of CJF.

The necessary budget
changes also were approved
by the delegates to permit
implementation of the re-
view recommendations to
begin in September.
More than 140 com-
munities were visited
during the review proc-
ess to obtain information,
with federation officers,
executive committee
members and staff pro-
fessionals contributing
their views.
Mandel said key pro-
visions for the new by-laws
adopted at the special gen-
eral assembly specify that
community delegates to the
CJF general assembly be
appointed at the beginning
of each calendar year, and
be involved in guiding CJF
programs throughout the
year; enlargement of the
CJF board of directors to in-
clude leaders from more
cities; and reorganization of
CJF committees.

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TION will hold a regular

meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
at the MCL Cafeteria on the
Tel-12 Mall. A report of the
donor luncheon will be read.
** *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will have a meet-
ing 11:30 a.m. Monday in
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Alice Ross, past
president of the Greater De-
troit Council of Pioneer
Women, will be guest
speaker. Brunch will be
served. Guests are welcome.
For information, call
Jeanette Serling, 968-8518.
* * *

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

hold its installation lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Ann Weinberger will
install officers and commit-
tee chairmen. Luncheon
will be served. Friends and
guests are welcome.
* * *

OPHERA CHAPTER,

W6men's American ORT,
will have a garage sale 9
a.m.-5 p.m. today at the
home of Patty Shook, 6715

Talcott-Kamil
Vows Recited

Post Oak Dr., West Bloom-
field. Proceeds will go to
charity. For information,
call Carol Dreyer,
president, 335-2343; Fern
Adelstein, 559-5488; or Ms
Shook, 851-6922.
* * *

OAK PARK NSHEI
STUDY-
CHABAD
GROUP -a° Mile Area) will

meet 4 p.m. Saturdaye
home of Mrs.
Wrotslaysky, 24500 fiar&
ing. Rabbi Mordechai
Swiatycki will speak. The
Nine Mile area group will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Berel Shem-
tov, 14100 W. Nine Mile.
Rabbi Yitzchok M. Lipszyc
will speak.
* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will hol4 i
its installation of officers
12:30 p.m. Saturday, at the
Labor Zionist - Institute.
Mrs. Lee Wagman will be,
installed for her second
term as president. Ruth-
Miller will be installing
officer. Marjorie Raskin will'
speak on "Pioneer Women."
A slide presentation,'
"Fighting the Good Fight,"
will highlight the after-=
noon. A social hour wil pre-
ceed the meeting with Fan
Bunin, Jennie Pitkowsky...
Delphine Levinson and Ann I
Mentzel as hostesses.
Friends and guests are wel-
come.

Glazed Chicken

By NORMA BARACH

MRS. TALCOTT

Lisa Susan Kamil became
the bride of Whitney Agnew
Talcott in a recent cere-
mony in the garden of the
bride's parents' Birming-
ham home.
The bride is the daughter
* * *
od Dr. and Mrs. Richard S.
the
Detroiters Attend Kamil. Parents of Agnew
bridegroom are Mrs.
CJF Assembly
Allen Talcott of Old Lyme,
Nearly a dozen Detroiters Conn., and the late Mr. Tal-
attended the Council of cott.
Florence Kamil was her
Jewish Federations' first
special general assembly in sister's maid of honor.
Attending the bride were
Denver last week.
Mrs. David Kamil-Miller,
The general assembly sister of the bride, and Mrs.
was followed by a joint Steve Coyer.
CJF-United Jewish Appeal
Best man was William
planning meeting for the Keeton III. Ushers were
1980 Campaign and by the Dudley Whitney, Jr., and
CJF's regular quarterly Mark Kamil, brother of
meeting, which included a the bride.
broad gamut of committee
The new Mrs. Talcott was
meetings, forums and work- graduated from the Univer-
shops.
sity of Michigan and is a
Local community leaders master's degree candidate
attending the meetings in- in landscape architecture at
cluded former Federation North Carolina State Uni-
Presidents Mandell L. Be- versity. Her husband was
rman and Martin E. Citrin, graduated from Tabor
Mrs. Martin E. Citrin and Academy in Marion, Mass.,
Federation Executive Di- and the university of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. He
rector Sol Drachler.
Also William Avrunin, also is a master's degree
Michael Berke, Carolyn candidate in landscape
Greenberg, Daniel M. Hon- architecture at North
igman, Barbara Satinsky, Carolina State University.
The couple is residing in
Mark E. Schlussel and
;.;
Raleigh, N.C. •
Shelby Tauber.

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(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)
4 lbs. chicken breasts
1/2 cup flour
4 tbsps. oil
20 oz. pineapple chunks
1 cup brown sugar
1 tbsp. potato starch
3/4 cup vinegar (white or wine)
1 tbsp. soy sauce
Place flour in brown bag. Put
several pieces of chicken la
bag at a time and shake to
coat. Brown in teflon pan in hot
oil. Drain pineapple. To the
juice, add enough water to
make 1 and 1 /3 cups liquid. in-
saucepan combine juice
water, sugar, vinegar, soy
sauce and potato starch.
Slowly bring to a boil. Boil,
stirring constantly for two
minutes. Place chicken in shal-
low baking pan and pour
sauce over chicken. Bake u„
covered at 350 degrees for 40
minutes. Baste occasionally.
Add pineapple chunks and
bake another 50 minutes 01
ile
until soft. Baste agai
_ ,
baking. Serves 6-8.

Melody Musicale,
Installation Set

Melody Musicale will
have its installation
officers 7:30 p.m. Sunday in
the home of Florence
Malach, 18219 George l,
'
Washington, Southfield.
Guitarist Rhoda Wallace
will entertain. Refresh-
ments will be served.
For information, call Ms.
Malach, 569-3874.

Couple _Plans
Summer Vows

Hughes
Hatcher'
President Max Pincus and '
Lainie Yaffe are engaged.'
The couple will wed in July.

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