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July 20, 1979 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-20

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Friday, July 20, 1919 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroiter Weds N.J. Miss

Women's Clubs

CIRCLE
KNOB
Women's
CHAPTER,
American ORT, will hold an
open meeting 12:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Refreshments will be
served. Prospective mem-
bers and friends are invited.
For information, call Erna
Leopold, 358-1076.

ISRAEL CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, reminds
members its poolside lunch-
eon will be held noon Satur-
day at the home of Ruth Mil-
ler, 156 Lake Park Dr.,
7irmingham. There is a
:,barge.

* * *

CHANA CZENESH
Pioneer
CHAPTER,
Women, will hold its annual
luncheon noon Monday in
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. Games will fol-
low. There is a charge. For
reservations, call Clara
Marks, president, 544-8887;
or Mary Granadier, lunch-
eon chairman, 557-0460.

* * *

OF
LADIES
YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH AND
WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold an in-
door garden party noon
Wednesday at the yeshiva
building. Officers who were
re-elected for the 1979-1980
program year are: Fanny
Laufer, president; Jean
Kaplan and Ruth Stark,
vice presidents; Sylvia
Hausman, financial secre-
tary; Franceg Cutler, re :
cording secretary, treasurer
and tributes. Newly elected
officers are: Hannah
Greenbaum and Leah Yaf-
fee, vice presidents; Edith
Weiss, corresponding secre-
tary; Leah Rosenberg, so-
cial chairman; Sara Weiss,
social co-chairman; Sarah
Sklar and Tillie Smolinsky,
hospitaler; and - Becky
Cohen and Tillie
telephone
Smolinsky,

Miss Barnett
to Marry in Fall

squad. Honorary President
is Anna Cottler and Yetta
Sperka is chairman of the
board. Luncheon will be
sponsored by the officers.

Robinson, publicity; Ms.
Colman, child rescue; and
Ms. Block, - Helen
Kirschbaum and Ms. Kar-
bal, Histadrut.

BE-
PRIMROSE
NEVOLENT CLUB will
meet 8 p.m. Monday in the
Zionist Cultural Center.
The Aug. 14 games party at
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room, chaired by Becky
Weinman and her hostes-
ses, will be discussed. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Israel
Emergency Fund. Social
committee chairmen, Ruth
Alter and Estelle Alter, will
serve refreshments for the
meeting. Husbands are in-
vited.

NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
paid-up membership meet-
ing noon Wednesday in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room. Betty Gelman, dues
chairman, invites friends
and guests. Refreshments
will be served.

* * *

* * *

Amy Becker became the
bride of Dr. Jeffrey Mattes
in a recent ceremony in New
Jersey. Rabbi Joseph Maza
of New Jersey officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Be-
cjer of South River, N.J.

and earned an MD degree
from Jefferson Medical
School in Philadelphia.
The bride was attended
by Judy Bosek, maid of
honor, and Sheila Millar
and Nancy Rosenshein.
Michael (Jules) Mattes
was his brother's best man.
Ushers were Richard Mat-
tes, brother of the brideg-
room, and Larry Rosens-
hein.
The couple is residing in
Manhattan.

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bar-
nett of Franklin announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy, to Ronald
Holton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Holton of Saginaw.
Miss Barnett attended
Mercy College of Detroit.
Her fiance was graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity and the Detroit Col-
lege of Law.
A fall wedding is planned.

.1

SAVE!
SAVE!
BUY DIRECT

SE ymoun
KAPLAN
and Co.

9

ii

MRS. JEFFREY MATTES

Parents of the bridegroom
are Dr. and Mrs. Max Mat-
tes. of Southfield.
The new Mrs. Mattes was
graduated cum laude from
Bryn Mawr College and
earned an MS degree from
Brown University. She cur-
rently is pursuing graduate
studies at George Washing-
ton University.
Her husband attended
the Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology, the
University of Michigan
and its medical school

Katz Resigns
From Herut

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Shmuel Katz, member of
the First Knesset on the
Herut ticket and an adviser
to Premier Menahem Begin
during the early stages of
the Likud government, res-
igned from Herut.
About a year ago he res-
igned from his post as ad-
viser to the premier because
he opposed Begin's peace
policy and the Camp David
agreements.

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS

30555 Southfield,
Suite 100

41454200

Michigan Region
of

WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT

proudly announces

A new chapter in the suburban areas for
the bright, dynamic, young Jewish
woman. Help us celebrate the launching
of this vital new chapter.

Join us for wine, cheese, and conversa-
tion

For more information

Call 851-6688 or 355-9151

SHABOT SHALOM

FROM GREAT SCOTT

By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

MISS BARNE1T

" I

.

FROM THE
I M PORTER

Spicy Beef Stew

4 lbs. chuck meat, cut into
two-inch cubes
3 medium onions, diced
1 medium green pepper, diced
1 /2 lb. whole mushrooms (op-
tional)
1 tbsp,. oil
30 new potatoes, peeled and
whole
1 yellow squash, cut into thin
rings
2 medium zucchinis, cut into
thin rings
3 fresh tomatoes, quartered
10 carrots, cut into thirds
1 No. 303 can stewed tomatoes
1 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. white pepper
2 bay leaves
1 /2 cup water
Brown meat, onions, green
pepper and mushrooms in hot
oil. Add remaining ingre-
dients. Simmer covered for
two hours or until meat and
potatoes are tender. Serves 8.

WASHINGTON — Israel
Aircraft Industries is plan-
ning to introduce a new
business jet in 1982-1983
with a larger cabin than the
present Westwind jet and a
3,000-nautical-mile cruis-
ing range.

* * *

DIMONA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, elected
Elaine Kohner president for
the 1979-1980 'program
year. Other officers are
Margaret Bialkin, Frieda
* * *
Faigin, Alice Ross and
GOLDA MEIR CHAP- Renee Shuster, vice
TER, Pioneer Women, will presidents; Betty Rath, vice
hold a pre-donor business president-at-large; Frieda
meeting noon Monday in Leemon, treasurer; Jane
the Northgate Apts. club Barenholtz and Bertha
house. Executive Vice Weil, secretaries; Sulamis
President Mrs. Israel Goldoftas, Jewish National
Weisman will discuss the Fund and Histadrut chair-
donor bulletin. President man; and Trudie Bortnick,
Mrs. Sam Lupovitch invites child rescue chairman. For
guests - and prospective membership information,
members. Refreshments call Ms. Kohner, 851-3662;
or Mg. Faigin, 356-7119.
will be served.
* * *
* * *
GREATER DETROIT
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will meet 11:30 CHAPTER, Brandeis Uni-
a.m. Tuesday in the Lincoln versity National Women's
Towers Apts. club house. Committee, will hear ar-
Sarah Friedman will pre- chivist Doris Burton 12:30
sent a program. Brunch will p.m. July 30 in the home of
be served. Friends are wel- Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Bloom,
16500 North Park Dr.,
come.
* * *
Southfield. There is a
MASSADA CHAPTER, charge, and petite luncheon
Pioneer Women, will hold a will be served. For reserva-
regular meeting 12:30 p.m. tions, call Mrs. Harry
Tuesday in the home of May Crane, 557-4816. Reserva-
Weintraub, 23600 River- tion deadline is Thursday.
side Dr., Southfield. Lunch-
eon will be served. Isabel
Slutsky will give a book re- Debra Shapiro
view. Newly elected officers Plans to Marry
are: Betty Karbal,
president; Betty Block,
executive vice president;
Ruth Kanter and Rae
Schare, vice presidents;
Reba Colman, financial sec-
retary and treasurer;
Sophia Oberstein, Sonia
Buch secretaries; Minna

One-dish stove-top meals
are a blessing for the busy
homemaker. This one can
be prepared a day ahead of
time and reheated. Do not
freeze it.

New Jet Design

MISS SHAPIRO

Mrs. Helen Shapiro of
Oak Park and Mr. Joseph
Shapiro of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Debra
Lynn, to Sheldon Leonard
Rosenberg, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Max Rosenberg of Oak
Park.
Miss Shapiro earned a BS
degree in interior design at
Wayne State University.
Her fiance earned a BS de-
gree at WSU.
A fall wedding is planned.

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Promotion Told

WASHINGTON — Sid-
ney H. Closter of Silver
Spring, Md., has been pro-
moted to director of de-
velopment for Bnai Brith
International.

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