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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-09

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Friday, July 9, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NOW OPEN!

Hadassah Members Mark
70th in Washington Visit

Activities
in Society

Former Detroiters Mr.
and Mrs. Leo (Honey)
Magid celebrated their

50th wedding anniversary
last month at a dinner-
dance at the Deauville
Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla.
Attending the party were
their children: Mr. and Mrs.
Dave (Sharlene) Minus of
Ann Arbor, Kolene Kings-
ton of Southfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Mike (Lois) Magid of
Hallandale, Fla., Beverly
Sinclaiy of Ducans Mills,
Calif., and Bedonna Magid
of Munich, Germany.
Detroiters helping the
couple celebrate were:
Sarah Adler; Barbara
Adler; Dorothy Potiker;
Keith and Jodi Kingston;
Dale, Julie, Alicia and Bill
Minus; Richard Stocker and
Mr. and Mrs. Iry (Lil) Wine.
Samuel Simmer of De-
troit was in Israel recently
on an American ORT Fed-
eration Mission to Israel.

• FRESH FISH, WHOLE & FILLET
• FRESH SHELLFISH
Live lobster, mussels, clams, oysters,
scallops
• BACKYARD CLAMBAKE
Build your own — steam it at home.
Select from a wide variety of shellfish
• A WIDE VARIETY OF
COMPLETE SEAFOOD DINNERS
Individually packaged for
convenient preparation at home
• UNIQUE SEAFOOD HORS D'OEUVRES
• GOURMET SEAFOOD PARAPHERNALIA

Chest Physicians
Pick President

6708 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield Plaza
West Bloomfield

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Tapes in stock. Get
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90 minute cassette tape

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PRODUCT WE OFFER IS SERVICE.

Need a Radar Detector?
We have the best by Fox
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Don't miss any of those telephone calls
when you are away from home of office.
Choose from Panasonic or Record A Call.
15 models to choose from.

Demon Dialer #98T

Stores and dials up to 98 numbers, super fast
dialing, access to M.C.I., Sprint, etc. long dis-
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United Fund Women Gather

Dr. Meryl M. Fenton,
clinical assistant professor
of medicine - allergy at
Wayne State University,
was elected president of the
Michigan Chapter, Ameri-
can College of Chest Physi-
cians for a term of two years.
He was recently honored
by the Michigan State Med-
ical Society and Wayne
State University with a
50-year award "for his half
century of service to the pro-
fession of medicine."

FOR SPECIAL ORDERS &
INFORMATION CALL 855-6881

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Greater Detroit Chapter and Michigan Region,
Hadassah, representatives were in Washington re-
cently, where they marked the women's organiza-
tion's 70th anniversary. Pictured are, from left: Betty
Bienstock, national board member; Rep. Bob Traxler;
Donna Sherman, national board member; Don Sher-
man; Sen. Carl Levin; Sen. Donald Riegle, Jr.; Michi-
gan Region President Pat Fauer; Greater Detroit
Chapter President Annette Meskin; Russel Meskin;
and a legislative assistant.

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Women for the United Foundation (WUF) member
Shelby Tauber, second from left, opened her Franklin
home recently for the annual meeting of the WUF.
Pictured, from left, are: WUF advisory board mem-
bers Nena Dillick, Beryl Winkelman and Barbara
Cooper. The Women for the United Foundation work
throughout the year on events such as Project
Health-O-Rama, the Heart of Gold Award luncheon
and related Torch Drive activities.

Melody Musicale to Meet

Melody Musicale will
hold a pool-dinner party 3
p.m. July 25 at the home of
Mrs. Ruth Handelman,
15030 Dartmouth, Oak
Park.
Reservation deadline is
July 18. For reservations,
call Mrs. Handelman, 967-
3206; Florence Malach,
569-3874; or Evelyn Berger,
559-1282. There will be
entertainment and the in-
stallation of officers.
Among the officers to be
installed are: Louise
Lazarus, president; Flor-
ence Meites and Mrs. Hand-
elman, vice presidents; Til-
lie Nodler and Mrs. Berger,
treasurers; Mrs. Malach
and Jackie Rogers, corre-
sponding secretaries; Ruth
Katzman and Celia Good-
man, recording secretaries;
Mrs. Handelman and Gloria
Siporin, publicitiy; Zelda
Keil and Mrs. Lazarus, pro-
gram chairmen; and Julie
Schick, historian.

Hospitality and phone
-7 2 ' A-Call. Demon Dialer) chairmen
are: Mesdames

Katzman, Berger,
Georgette Barouch and
Dorothy Bodner. Social
chairmen are: Victoria

Burg, Aliza Lakritz and
Mrs. Bodner.

Mrs. Keil is the accom-
panist and Mrs. Lazarus,
musical director.
There are openings for
singers and instrumen-
talists for the Melody
Musicale Ensemble. For
appointment for audition,
call Mrs. Lazarus, 547-
0168.

Gefilte Fish
Salad Recipe
By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

5 medium pieces of gefilte fish
1/2 small green pepper, chop-
ped
1 /2 small red pepper, chopped
1 /2 cup dill pickle, chopped
1 /2 tsp. salt
2 large tomatoes, diced
1 /4 cup mayonnaise
1 /4 cup buttermilk
2 tbsps. vinegar
1 tbsp. sugar
1 /4 tsp. pepper
Cut gefilte fish into bite-size
pieces. Combine with pep-
pers, pickle and tomato. Mix
mayonnaise, buttermilk, vin-
egar, sugar, salt and pepper.
Pour over fish mixture and
toss lightly. Serve on crisp let-
tuce. Serves 4-6.

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