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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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Southfield - Collegians to Join Phi Beta Kappa

Ten Southfield residents will be
among the 129 Wayne State Univer-
sity students initiated into Gamma
Chapter of Phi Beta Pappa, hon-
orary society, at ceremonies Tues-
day in the WSU Community Arts
Auditorium.
They are Joseph Finkelstein

YOUR CANDID COLOR

Mark Hertzberg, Jeffrey Lampert,
Steven Migdal, Robert Paxton, Al-
lan Ross, Milan Sigetich, Neil
Travis, Harold Weingarden and
Suzanne Lyle.

Young Adults Set
Party and Lecture

Bnai Moshe Young Adults will
hold a party 8:15 p.m. Sunday at
the Charter House lodge, South-
field.
Dr. Jack Goldstein will speak
on "Internal Pollution—Effects of
Chemicals in Foods Upon the
Body."
Drinks and refreshments will
be served. The group welcomes

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WINER

WILL BE

young Jewish singles 21 and older.

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Friday, June 4, 1971-25
Independence Hall THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Plaque Unveiling Federation Junior Division Plans
to Be on Tuesday Expanded Summer Tutorial Program

Independence Hall, the senior
citizens 19-story high-rise apart-
ment building at 1935 Chene, for-
mally will be named Allan Towers
with the unveiling of a plaque in
the lobby of the building 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday..
The new name honors the chair-
man of the board of trustees of
Independence Hall, Norman Allan,
on the occasion of the establish-
ment of a $350,000 grant for re-
search into the needs of senior
adults. Councilman Mel Ravitz,
president of the Detroit Common
Council, will be guest speaker.
The research grant will be an-
nounced by Robert Sosnick, presi-
dent of Independence Hall. Sosnick
stated, "Young Israel Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, the original
sponsor of Independence Hall, in
conjunction with the trustees of
Independence Hall, has resolved to
dedicate the building to be known
as Allan Towers in honor of Nor-
man and Esther Allan, in appre-
ciation of their devotion, interest
and benefaction toward the further-
ance of the needs of the senior
citizens of our community, and in
appreciation of their allocation of
$50,000 to be used for the beauti-
fication of Independence Hall."
Planning of this high-rise build-
ing began in 1965. The building

was occupied on March 1, 1970.
It consists of 216 units for modest

income individuals and couples,
62 years of age and over. The
facility now is completely occu-
pied.
Constructed with a $3,000,000
federal loan under the 202 program
of the Department of Housing and
Urban Development, the building
contains features and services
specially designed for elderly peo-
ple, including bathrooms with non-
skid ceramic tile floors, grab bars
for safety and convenience and
fireproof storage space on each
floor. A 15-acre park provided by
the city, adjoins the unit, which
borders on Elmwood Park 2 of
the city's urban renewal program.
Rabbi Samuel H. Prero, presi-
dent of the Young Israel Council
of Metropolitan Detroit, will un-
veil the plaque in honor of Norman
„and Esther Allan.

A trip to the Detroit Zoological Gardens was part of the itinerary
last summer during the Jewish Welfare Federation junior division's
summer tutorial program. With transportation provided by United
Hebrew School buses, these field trips expanded the world for the
youngsters involved.

*

A call for teachers, housewives,
students and professional men and
women to help in the sixth annual
summer tutorial program has been
issued by the junior division of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
The program to be held July
6-29 is designed to assist children
from the third through sixth
grades of Detroit Public Schools,
said Sheila Glass, chairman.
Classes will meet at Temple
Israel from 9:45 a.m., to 12:15 p.m.
each Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. One day each week will
be set aside for a field trip to
points of interest in the Detroit
area.
Students will be selected by
their classroom teachers from



By
Ruth
Sirkis

Grief
:"-It is dangerous to abandon one-
(Copyright
1971,
Self to the luxury of grief; it de-
JTA, Inc.)
prives one of courage, and even
of the wish for recovery.
—Frederic Amiel Good and Easy Spaghetti Sauce
When you serve this- sauce on
spaghetti or noodles, you don't
have to serve any other meat dish
at that meal.. This sauce has
plenty of meat in it, as well as
spices and tomatoes. It is very
easy to prepare and serve. In
summer days you will find it more
attractive, since it keeps you away
from the kitchen. For a nice bal-
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tion to our spaghetti and meat
sauce is a salad before, and chilled
fruit, after.
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*

among those who can most benefit
from a program of this kind. The
students are all one or two reading
levels below their classmates.
The project has been success-
ful in raising the reading levels
of the students who have par-
ticipated in it during past sum-
mers.
Michael Maddin, president of the
junior division, said "this is ono,
of the most satisfying programs
that we participate in all year.
The chance to see these youngsters
grow in ,experience, in self-assur-
ance and ability and to see them
have fun is a great reward."
Volunteers in the past have in-
cluded teachers, housewives, high
school and college students and
professional men and women. The
major qualification is an interest
in education and a desire to help
the youngsters who will gain from
the cultural and educational ad-
vantages of the project. Tutors
may volunteer for one, two or
three mornings a week.
Volunteers may obtain further
information by contacting Sheila
Glass, 356-7985; or the director- of
the Junior Division, Mrs.. Lillian
Bernstein, 965-3939.

Miss Leib, Marc Lee
,4tigust Wedding

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1 clove garlic—chopped
1 large onion—chopped
4 tablespoons oil
11/2, lbs. lean hamburger meat
1 large can tomato sauce (15-oz.)
11/2 cups water
11/2 teaspoons salt
14 teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1. In a large saucepan or skillet heat
the oil and saute chopped onion and
garlic. Add meat and fry it lightly. Use
a wooden spoon to turn the pieces of
meat so it will fry evenly.
2. Add the tomato sauce, water, salt
and pepper. Bring to a boil, then lower
the heat. Cover the pan and cook on a
low heat. You have to check and stir
it once in a while.
3. Cooking time is about an hour, but
if you are in a hurry, you can serve it
even after 30 minutes. Extra cooking
makes it tastier, so if you have the
spare time, let it cook more.
4. About 10 minutes before serving
time, cook the spaghetti. You will need
an 8-ounce package for four servings.
Bring a big pot of salted water to a
boil. Add the spaghetti. Cook for about
seven minutes, until it is tender, but
not mushy. If you serve immediately,
there is no need to rinse.
5. Serve in a large, hot serving plate,
and top with the sauce. Sprinkle with
chopped parsley.

MISS LORRAINE LEIB

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer W. Leib of
Goldwin Dr., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Lorraine Rhona to Marc Lionel
Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Lee of Catalina Dr., Southfield.
Miss Leib will be graduated this
month with a bachelor of art edu-
cation degree. from Eastern Uni-
versity.
Her fiance received his bachelor
of science degree from Alma Col-
lege. He attends Wayne State Uni-
versity's medical school.
An August wedding is planned.

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