100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 13, 1987 - Image 90

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

By 1990...

50% of all U.S. homes
will have at least
one waterbed.
It's -1987. 4 ■4 tCP

Interview With Priscilla

Continued from preceding page

\4'
N
S
-v

sv

DETROIT
4242 E. 8 Mile Rd.
891-1666

LIVONIA
19711 Middlebelt
474-2644

ORCHARD LAKE
3240 Orchard Lake Rd.
681-6700

THE BLIND SHOPPE

Carrying
Only..

Levolor® Window Products

GUARANTEED FOR LIFE!

The Finest Name In
Window Treatments

• Mini-Blinds
• Micro-Blinds
• Vertical Blinds

• Pretty Pleats Shades
• Custom Shades
• Custom Z-Shades

All At The Lowest Prices!!

NO INFLATED DISCOUNTS Just
the LOWEST PRICES on brand name

items in the Midwest.

SHOP US
LAMM!

L1VD

HOPPE

1489 S. Woodward
Birmingham
Telephone #: 647-8708

Levolors Window Products Exclusively

B 38 Friday, February 13, 1987 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

-

them, you end up buying
them. This is what happens
to many brides. They come
in with a preconceived idea,
and they go out with
anything but what they
came in with. I would give
the advice of trying on and
see what looks good. Don't
go to too many stores. It's
very confusing. The more
•stores you go to, the less you
know. They think if they go
to a lot of stores, they'll
know a lot more. But that's
not true in bridal. It's
different than
ready-to-wear shopping.
They should look into as a
one-time stop, and they
want to get the best for
what they are paying. In
that case, it goes back to
getting something that has
quality. Shop in a store that
you can depend on.
Q: Could you give me a
sneak preview of what's
coming for fall?
A: Well, I can't really tell
you because I am now
working on this collection.
I'm trying to decide which
direction to go to. The

classic look is the look of
importance, because of the
economy.
Q: Who are some of the
celebrities that you have
designed gowns for?
A: Everyone asks me,
but I made a pact with
myself that I would not
reveal them. In Detroit, of
course, I did Kathi Iacocca's
wedding. That was a
wonderful wedding to do,
because she was a charming
lady and understanding. I
wish all my brides were like
her.
Q: Who was one of the
most intriguing clients
you have had?
A: There are a lot of
them. Of course, you can't
deny that anything that
happens in the White
House is intriguing,
because you are involved
inside the White House
with personnel. I must say
everybody has an
interesting life. For Grace
Kelly's wedding, I did go to
her home in New York, and
there was a lot of
excitement there.

Kosher Kitchen
Guidelines

Come reading is necessary

in order to comprehend
the logic and meaning of
kashrut. As with many
Jewish customs, various
levels of observance exist.
Many books are available,
or you may consult your
rabbi.
Below is a guide in set-
ting up your kosher
kitchen.
• Distinguish the meat
and dairy dishes by select-
ing different patterns and
colors.
Coordinate the same col-
ors for all miscellaneous
meat and dairy items. For
instance, yellow towels, dish
drainer, etc. for dairy, and
red for meat items.
• Check recipes and
decide which implements
and pans are necessary for
meat or dairy. Buy the
minimum at first, and add
as you go along. Generally
"good" dishes and silver-
ware are reserved for meat
for Sabbath and holidays.
• Keep a reference book
handy in the kitchen.
• Label cupboards and
drawers on the inside until
the habit is firmly
established.

• Shopping at the kosher
butcher is easy. Just ask
questions about unfamiliar
cuts.
• Read labels when shop-
ping in the supermarket.

Jewelry Care

no keep Your gems
1/sparkling. One way is
the mild detergent bath.
Soak rings in a bowl of
warm suds, then scrub with
an eyebrow brush. Rinse,
pat dry with a tissue.
Try another keep-clean
method. Mix equal parts of
cold water and ammonia in
a cup. Soak rings for 30
minutes, and pat dry. No
need for rinsing.
Use one of the brand-
name jewelry cleaners. Be
sure the cleaner's safe for
all the substances in your
ring — diamonds, gold,
platinum, etc.
Form the habit of remov-
ing your rings when apply-
ing make-up, and when you
do heavy chores — this will
keep gems clean, prevent
them from chipping.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan