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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-19

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Two New Bond Issues Will Be Initiated in Miami

Friday, February 19, 1971-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1/t/han Cook

MIAMI BEACH-----Two new Israel met Bond Organization.
1
Bond issues aggregating $1,000,- The new issues consist of a Fifth
000,000 will be initiated at the 1971 Development Issue for $750,000,000
International Inaugural Israel and a Third Development Invest-
By
Bond Conference here March 4-6, ment Issue for $250,000,000. The
it was announced by Sam Roth- latter issue is available only to
Ruth
berg, general chairman of the Is- banks, insurance companies, labor
unions, employe benefit funds and
Sirkis
governmental, communal, religious
and educational institutions. •
(Copyright
The conference, which will
1971,
launch the campaign for the sale
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JTA, Inc.)
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of $400,000,000 in 1971, will pay
tribute to Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
•Parve' Protein
for 40 years' service to the Jewish
When the prices are going up,
people.
you
look
for
ways of cutting down
Guest_ of honor will be Zalman
Shazar, the president of the state on expenses. The main expense
items
on
the
food budget are the
Giseli.fisdling
Carol Liss.
of Israel.
proteins at dinner time. It makes
all the difference in your budget
if you serve steak—or beans as a
source of protein. And indeed you
may serve beans for dinner with
out sacrificing quality and nutri-
tious value. Here you will find a
recipe for a good bean sauce.
Serve it on rice since it has a
real "meaty" flavor, and you can
complete the menu with cheeses
and milk custard for added inex-
pensive protein.

Detroit Technion Group
to See Complex Dedicated

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Brith Milah School
Enrolls New Students

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For four Servings
1 clove garlic, mashed
1 medium onion, chopped
• 1 carrot, sliced
4 parsley sprigs, finely chopped
3 tbls oil
V. of a celery root
1 bay leaf
2 small cans of tomato paste
1 cup water
I tsp. PARVE chicken bouillion pow-
der
Dash of pepper
1 tsp salt
2 cans of vegetarian beans
1 cup uncooked rice
I Cook the chopped onions, garlic, car-
rot and oiltogether In a medium
k until the onions be-
saucepan. Coo
come golden Yellow.
2. Mash the beans and add them to the
pan with all other ingredients, ex-
cept the rice. Bra-1g to boil, lower
the heat, cover, and cook for about
40 minute. Stir occasionally, and
check if there are enough liquids in
the pan. If not, add some water.
3. In the meantime, cook the rice. When
all is ready. discard bay leaf and
celery root. Serve the rice and top
it with the sauce.

NEW YORK — The second class
of the Brith Milah School conducted
at the Mount Sinai - Hospital has
commenced studies at the Mount
Sinai Hospital and at the Beth Is-
rael Medical CeOter.
Rabbi Leo Jung, president of the
Brith Milah Board which sponsors
the school, stated that the school's
purpose is to insure the New York
Jewish community the availability
of highly qualified men to perform
the task of circumcision.
The students will receive instruc-
tion from physicians, mohelim and
rabbis.
The board and the school are
supported by the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New York
through a grant to the New York
Board of Rabbis.

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This itleoss Detroit Mechanical- Engineering eelaplex of the
Technion-lsrael Institute of Technology will be dedicated May 4, in
the presence of a number of Detroiters who made the facility pos-
sible. The tall building shown is the administration center; in the
foreground are classrooms; and the individual structures are labora-
tories. The Detroit Chapter of the American Technion Society com-
pleted $500,000 in pledges, and the Israel government matched the
gift. In November, the local group will begin a new campaign to
raise $500,400 for laboratory equipment.

• *

The Detroit Chapter, American
Technion Society; has completed
its $500,000 pledge for the construc-
tion of the Mechanical Engineer-
ing Complex, a $1,000,000 structure
at Technion-Israel Institute of

Technology. The Israel govern-
ment has been matching the chap-
ter's fund, dollar for dollar.
Detroit Chapter President Sam

Rich announced that the three
buildings will be ready for dedica-
tion in May. For this occasion,
members of the Technion Society
in Detroit are organizing a special
trip. It will include a three-day
seminar at the Technion facilities,
including visits with the faculty
and students; formal dedication of
the complex with a reception and
dinner; visits to major Israeli in-
dustrial plants; and sightseeing
trips, culminating in a stay at the
seashore.
A briefing meeting is scheduled
for 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Rey.
nolds Aluminum Building, South-
field, where representatives from
El AI and Elkin Travel Agency
will give information pertaining
to the trip.
Nonmembers are invited. For in-
formation and brochure, call the
Technion office, 358-3070.

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A panel of Technion professors

will discuss technological educa-
tion and its impact on industry
before the Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the United Hebrew
Schools LaMed Auditorium, South-

field.
It will be the second in a series
of lectures, announced by Julius
J. Harwood, chairman of the plan-
ning committee.
Participants in the panel in-
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the mechanical engineering fac-
ulty, who is teaching at the Uni.
versity of Detroit while on sab-
batical leave from the Technion.
He will discuss the influence of
education on industry.
Others are Dr. Avraham Ber-
kovits, who is spending his sab-
batical leave working with NASA
in Cleveland; and Dr. Herbert
Bernstein, director of the Tech-
nion Research and Development
Foundation (R & D), who is on a
short visit to the U.S. They will
take up, respectively, the ad-
vances of Israeli aerospace
technology and the coordination
of R & D with industry.
Moderator will be Dr. Abraham
Ber, senior lecturer at the Tech-
nion, who is spending his sabbati-
cal leave working with General
Electric here.
Refreshments will be served,
and nonmembers are invited.

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MISS LENORE LIBBY

At a recent champagne party,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur- Libby of
Willoughby Rd., Farmington, an-
nounced the engagement of their ;„..
daughter Lenore Glenda to Leon-
ard Sahn, son of Mrs. Nathan Sahn
of Vernon Ave., Oak Park, and
the late Mr. Sahn.
Miss Libby is a graduate of the
University of Michigan. Mr. Sahn
is a graduate of the U. of M.
honors college, and attends the
school of medicine.
Miss Libby and Mr. Sahn are
both members of the Phi Beta -
Kappa honorary society.
The couple is planning an August
wedding.

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our wants by lopping off our de-
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when we want shoes -- Jonathon ,
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