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May 12, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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I FOR WOMEN I

CHICKEN
MECHAYEH!

Beth El Women Install
Goodman As President

„..exaf

Nothing works wonders like Miracle Whip salad
dressing from Kraft. Its unique combination of
vinegar, oil and spices gives food a delicious
tang that mayonnaise just can't match. Try it in
this recipe-for crispy peppered chicken and
you'll find that Kosher-parve Miracle Whip adds
a wonderful flavor to food.

© 1987 Kraft, Inc.

CRISPY PEPPERED CHICKEN

With Kosher-parve Miracle Whip salad dressing

K

1 21/2 to 3-lb. broiler fryer, cut up, skin removed
/2 cup MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 /2 teaspoon ground red pepper
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 1/2 cups crushed sesame crackers

Brush chicken with combined salad
dressing and seasonings; coat-with
crumbs. Place on rack of broiler pan.
Bake at 400°, 45 to 50 minutes or
until tender.
3 to 4 servings
Variation: Substitute Miracle Whip
Light reduced calorie salad dressing
for Miracle Whip salad dressing.

1

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1989

Temple Beth El Sisterhood
will hold its installation
luncheon May 22 at noon in
the temple.
After the luncheon, The
Michigan Opera Theater will
`perform The Broadway Revue.
Marlene Goodman will be
installed for a second term as
president of the sisterhood.
Mrs. Goodman has been a
member of Temple Beth El for
14 years. She and her hus-
band, Harvey, have been co-
presidents of Beth El's Mar-
ried Group. She has served
the sisterhood as vice presi-
dent of both the gift shop and
of programming. _She co-
chaired the sisterhood art
auction and has also been a
member of the temple's board
of trustees for eight years.
Officers to be installed with
her will be Administrative
Vice President, Lee Ann
Salle; Programming Vice
President, Lucy Gersten; Gift
Shop Vice President, Fayclare
Blau; Commissary Vice Presi-
dent, Elaine Maskin; Human
Relations Vice President,
Frances Malin; Invitations
Vice President, Ann
Freeman; Treasurer, Sandy
Moss; Assistant Treasurer,
Laurel Epstein; Financial
Secretary, Linda Bloom;
Financial
Assistant
Secretary,
Beatrice
Recording
Strichartz;
Secretary, Florence Schwartz;
Corresponding Secretary,
Lynn Newman.

Marlene Goodman

The board of directors in-
cludes: Lenora Barron, Linda
Berman, Fayclare Blau,
Linda Bloom, Debbie Can-
vasser, Laurel Epstein, Betty
Jane Fisher, Ann Freeman,
Lucy Gersten, Shelley Glass,
Joan Graj, Maryann Grawi,
Cheryl Kerwin, Miriam
Kushner, Sybil Lerner,
Frances Malin, Elaine
Maskin, Sandy Moss, Lynn
Newman, Carol Plisner, Col-
lette Rosner, Sue Salesin, Lee
Ann Salle, Florence Schwartz,
Beatrice Strichartz, Elaine
Sturman, Janice Warren,
Barbara Widlansky, Babs
Wilder, Laura Wise and Bren-
da Worth.
The community is invited.
For reservations, call the tem-
ple, 851-1100.

Home For Aged Auxiliary
To Install Bea Breiner

Beatrice Breiner will be in-
stalled at 1989-1990 presi-
dent of the Auxiliary —
Jewish Home for Aged on
June 1 at noon at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek. The in-
stallation program will
feature a fashion show.
Having served as auxiliary
executive vice president for
the past year, Breiner has
also been the organization's
bulletin editor. She has been
an active member of
Hadassah holding poistions
such as past president of the
Bloomfield Hills Group,
chapter area coordinator,
organization vice president
and Henrietta Szold Council
vice president.
Involved with community,
political, school and women's
issues, Breiner is an informa-
tion volunteer at the Detroit
Institute of Art (DIA) and a
past member of the DIA's
volunteer board. Also being

Bea Breiner

installed are Executive Vice
President Pearlena Bodain;
Vice Presidents Kathy Fink
(program), Beverly Laker
(Fleischman Residence Gift
Shop), Gail Mandel (Borman
Hall Gift Shop), Anna Mickel

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