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September 23, 1983 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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M Friday, September 23, 1983



A National Jewish Youth Organization seeks donations of used
cars to help provide needed counseling services to Jewish

All Campaign Units Cited
at Annual DSG Stag Day

Smiling Faces Band

If you have a reliable used car which you no longer need,
please consider giving it as a gift for this important cause.

Unique Musical Entertainment
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Shown at the Detroit Service Group Stag Day are,
from left, Allied Jewish Campaign leaders Michael
Maddin, Robert Slatkin, Melvin Wallace, Joel Tauber
with the DSG Loving Cup, Dr. Marvin Siegal, Joseph
Colten, Shirley Harris, Alan E. Teitel and George Tar-
In acknowledgement of centage increase in Cam-
the effort that went into the paign pledges.
Joel D. Tauber, whose
1983 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, all divisions of the chairmanship of the 1983
Campaign were honored Campaign led this commun-
Stag Day of the Detroit ity to record-setting totals,
Service Group, held at was honored for his service.
vice Group, held at Tauber and Federation
Franklin Hills Country President Avern Cohn sa-
luted all the Campaign
leaders, workers and the
Recognition of all divi- community for the success
sions, marked a break in the of the 1983 Campaign.
30-year-tradition. Nor-
Richard Sloan, president
mally, only one division has of Detroit Service Group,
been acknowledged each and Thomas I. Klein,-
year with its name on the chairman of Stag Day, pres-
Detroit Service Group Lov- ided over the gathering,
ing Cup for the highest per- which saw the election of 33
members-at-large to the
DSG board.




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Donald Canvasser, Joseph B.
Colten, Leonard Frenkel,
Stephen Hayman, Joseph H.
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Additional terms: Martin
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Robert A. Steinberg, George M.
Stutz, Alan E. Teitel and William
M. Wetsman.

New Product
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A recent addition to Em-
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Empire gourmettes are
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Empire gourmettes are
available in 2 1/2-3 pound

in Marinade

1 box Empire Fryer Wing
1 bottle Italian salad dressing
Morton's Nature Seasoning
salt and pepper to taste
Marinate chicken gourmet-
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in refrigerator. When ready to
cook, remove gourmettes
from marinade and sprinkle
with salt, pepper and season-
Place gourmettes in shallow
pan and bake at 350 degrees.
While baking baste liberally
with leftover salad dressing.
Bake until very well done and
salad dressing has evapo-
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chicken gourmettes under
broiler for deep brown color.

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