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November 26, 1971 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-26

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- 'Anti-Semitism' :Subject
of Oakland Font Pass ,


A ellian:, 01C
being ._taitiat7:1M. the Campus of
:- by Sidney
Selig, Princliml:
irItunt suuus
(Coersillat 1971, zits sae)
The dais 8:30 p.m. Thitraideis
A atfaTitD) DISH .:.
in Oakland' -Venter, is available
Vegetal= restaurants are pop-
free td-- StUdents - and- is under` the
ausplees - of -the-:Hebrew Actien Ping up raPidlY Me organic mush-
League, which has formed an Oak- rooms After the first rain. Their
land ".,UniVereibr - Chalker. • Jerry success can be 'attributed to the
LucaS .is - aralpniaere -•- ••
growing concern -with ecology, to
youtA rebillicielagainst their par-
ents' . eating habits; or both—Their
prosperity sun also' he explained
by •,a1 !inane - fact: - - the food they
serve is "indeed" very tasty. We
Leading book publisher waits manuKtipts of
all types: fiction, non-Salon. poetry men-
have samPled three such mod es-
wfin, scholarly and radio= works. ow. New
tablishments -in the Los Angeles
authors w V A
For free booklet. lariw
area and • found it a refreshing
614 W. 34 St.,D4Pt JL — New Yoga 10001'
change &Om the conventional.
Even their names are intriguing:
'iffy ,Brother's Keeper," • `Hidden
Health" and "HELP" (which
stands for Health, Education, Love
and Peace). The menus feature
salads, colorful and freshly grated,
vegetables that are steamed on
thespot; juices which are squeezed


'Fiddler' at Center
to Open'Saturday


10E ;1.8196

:irraiesiOttY011.4 NEW

The Center Theater version of
"Fiddler on the Roof" will open at
the Jewish Center 8 p.m. Saturday
and continue through Dec. 5. Tic-
kets are available at the Center

GOnik's Kosher Meat, Fish &Poultry

"The Best Meat at The Best Prices
Pullets. . . ." . 40' lb, Harnburder (3 lbs. or more) . 59 lb.
Top Rib . . $1.19 lb. - Tonilues
. . . . ... 59' lb.
Side of Beef {Freezer Pocked 68' lb.)
RIB STEAKS . . $1,19 lb.'
. -


free Dslivery

20215 W. 7 Mile


/IC estra
The-Modern, Sound of Distinction



Orchestras Cr Cocktail COmb05 of all sizes fOr all occasions


—Including HOUSE PARTIES !
featuring•Sofa Piano for cocktail hours.


upon requeSt aid_ fragrant home:
baked, coaris* -, 'textured- - .breati::
The. dishes are spiced with
delr-el organic seasordngs,, - some
Of.-thein delicious and, - new.
At the 'fficiden•Health" we were'
introduced to an"eye,catching salad
which we prepared: it home. It is
siniple, beautiful_ -and 'healthy, of
.7. II lettuce leaves

- 34 encumber_
' 2 medium beets '
3 medium carrots'
54 avocado --__
1 ibis.- sunflower .'seeds
cup_ alfalfa sprouts (optional)
3S cup lemon Juice
ifi cup olive oil
Salt, pepper
. I. Peel the beets and grate them (un-
cooked) on a fine grater. If you have
a rotary grater, use It
2. Peel and grate the carrots into
a separate bow/
3. NU the dressing ingredients and
pour one-quarter over beets and one-
quarter over carrots. Allow to mari-
nate for 15 minutes.
4.. Wash the lettuce leaves- andpg
dry: Arrange - them neatly in a wood
salad bowl, -.allowing the leaves to ex-
tend over the rim. .
5. Place the grated vegetables in
two mounds over the lettuce leaves.
Sprinkle them generously with the
alfalfa sprouts, if you have them.
6. Wash the tomato and slice it. Ar-
range the slices in e half circle In
the- bowl.
7. Wash the cucumber well. Remove
strips of peel lengthwise, or make
grooves in the peel lengthwise, using
a fork. Slice -crosswise. The grooves
will give the slices a pretty-'pattern.
Arrange the cucumber slices in a half
circle opposite the tomatoes.
8. Peel the avocado half, remove the
seed and place in the center on top
of the mounds. Pour over it the re-
maining dressing and sprinkle ell over
with the sunflower seed.
NOTE: This salad can be eaten by
one person as a whole meal, or be
divided between four who just want
to taste.

The Volunteer Action Center of
United Community Services ad-
vises that the most urgent need at
all Red Cross offices is for volun-
ther drivers of agency station
wagons. Also needed are hospital
volunteers Viho can &RM.'S the pro-
fessional hospital staff in rainy
ways as blood program volun-
teers on mobile units and as open
heart surgery callers.
Nearest offices are in Pontiac,
334-3575; Berkley. 542-6700 and
Northwest, -422-2787.
Any agency or organization that
has need of volunteers and would
like the fact publicized may con-
tact Judy Gunther at the Volun-
teer - Action Center, 8334622.


We tteeerve
wont to umw


ExtraSuper Special
1111111T9IIA IMMO s

Friday, .Messier 26, 1971-29

_ _
Bnai Britli AwardDinner.11iapped

Red Cross Volunteers
Sought by Area Offices

ce Again Available

Knorr JEWISH taw -

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A: apiarist of Principals the Dee. IgNatisid•Bialikitia Great
American Award Diner are shown at pianadag amiss/ far, the affair,
to be held at Cabo Hall. Fran left are. Joseph L. limbos Jr. and
Irwin Cohn, Co-chairmen; Francis H. Kornegay, executive director of7.
the Detroit Urban League, a member of the dinner committee for the
$100-per late banquet; and the honoree, Walker L. Osier, chairman
of the board of the Detroit Edison Co. Tickets can be obtained by
Baal Brith members through their local lodge or chapter, or, by •
calling the Bnal Brith Youth Foundation offices, 354-6100.

BB Youth Services Appeal

Reported. Off to Running Start

Its campaign launched, Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Council
and the Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit are
working toward the goal of $300,-
000 needed to support the services
of Baal. Brith.
Harold Jaffa and Selma Cohen,
vice presidents of their respective
councils and services appeal chair-
men, announced a "walkout" cam-
paign" is scheduled by the men's
council for Sunday.
Serving as coordinating body for
the campaign is the Youth Serv-
ices Appeal cabinet, comprised of
representatives of the men's 'and
women's councils.
Cabinet members are Louis Se-
gel, Paul Perry, Henry Edelman,
Harold Jaffa, Louis Weber, Her-
man Kasoff, Arthur Schott, Harry
Weinberger, Morris Direnfeld, Mil-
ton Weinstein. John Anstandig
and Sol Moss, men's council; and
Mrs. Harry Bodzin, Selma Cohen,

ADL Charges Utilities •
`Undertitilize' Jews

mation League of Bnai Brith has
charged public utility companies
with "widespread underutilization
of Jews" in their employment
Testifying before the Equal Em-
ployment Opportunities Commis-
sion, Albert .1. Weiss, acting di-
rector of ADL'S discriminations
department said an ADL survey
of 1,119 top executives of 38 gas
and electric companies in major
urban centers had revealed that
only 15 were Jewish.
The commission is conducting
hearings into discrimination by
such firms.---
Weiss said that like otheriarge
U.S. companies which no longer
deliberately discriminate, utili-
ties have failed to take positive,
affirmative and visible steps to
dispel their old image and in-
volve Jews in their corporate
• .•

fine* and lotoastasiactise :MAN -

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ail fish fen of am For spacial


Yiddish on 30 Campuses
Aided-by Farband Gifts

WASHINGTON — Grants in ex-
cess of $8,000 have been award-
ed to 17 Bnai Brith Billet Founda-
tions by the Farband Labor Zionist
Order to futher the teaching of
Yiddish' on the college campus.
This is the fifth year of the joint
program, established by the two
organizations in 1967, when five -
schools were seleited as a pilot
project in Yiddish. -
Since that time the Farband-
Hillel Yiddish program has been
offered at more than 30 universit-
Four of the Mel foundations
which participated in the 1967 ex-
periment continue their Yiddish
offerings, with. the result that stu-
dents now enroll for intermediate
and advanced courses. These are
at Harvard University, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology, Bran-
deis University and the University
of California, Los Angeles.
Other schools in the continuing
program include Boston Culver-,
nib'. Case Western Reserve
University, University of
Chicago, Indiana University,
University of Pennsylvania, Uni-
versity of Rochester, Temple
University, and Washington Uni-
versity in St. Louis.
This year the program is being
introduced at four new campuses:
Cornell University, University of
Maryland, University of Pitts-
burgh, and University of Illinois,
Chicago Circle.

$1 Million Pledged in NY

League Seeking Minority for Jewish Social Aid

_Nook for Science Jobs

.7h111-:100;•41, Pri4.4 .1 1i 811rdAT.111allif

Mrs. Sidney Eidelrnan, Mrs. Irv-
ing Isaacs. Mrs. Maynard Kalef,
Mrs. David Levine, Mrs. - Joseph
Rodman, Mrs. Al Stein, Mrs. Al-
len Weitzman, Mrs. .Andrew Ber-
ger and Mrs. Philip Cutler, wom-
en's council.
Council Presidents Segel and
Mrs. Rodman are asking all mem-
bers to support this campaign.

-- ! - NEW_ 'YORK—The Brookhaven
National Laboratory has asked the
bat 1 p of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith in locating
-"young minority group individu-
als who , are presently imem-
ploYetr" to fill a'number of in-
ternshiPs in science and engineer-
The • internships are' .sponsored
by - the- National. Science Founda-
For information,. write Dr. R. C.
Anderson, assistanl director, scien-
tific personnel, Brookhaven -Na-
tional Laboratory, Upton, NIT.


NEW YORK (JTA). — Approxi_.
mutely $1,400,000' was pledged by
300 women leaders Attending the
51st annual luncheon for donors
which officially opened the 1971-
'72 campaign of the Women's Or-
ganizition of Federations of Jew-
ish Philanthropies. Mrs. David Me-
Solinger, advance gifts chairman
of the luncheon who made the an-
nouncement; said that the 1970-71
luncheon raised $1,250.000-
- This- year, federation has set as
its goal $30,000,000, the amount
needed -to enable Its health social
service, educational and :recrea-
tional agencies to continue services


Ir•tt: S.:


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