30—Friday, January 14, 1972
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Middle East Specialist Rabbi Slonim
to Address JNF Women at Donor Tea
Writer and Mid East specialist, the establishment of Israel in 1948.
Rabbi Reuben Slonim, will be fea- The topic of his speech will be
tured speaker at the Women of "Israel and the Mid East Today."
Jewish National Fund Donor Tea
Rabbi Slonim has covered three
noon Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey Arab-Israeli wars and the Niger-
ian war from the front lines and
The donor tea marks the end of has interviewed leaders on both
1971 fund-raising for the Women of sides of the Mid East conflict.
JNF. Their goal is the completion
Rabbi Slonim, former associate
of the Women's
editor of the Toronto Telegram,
Forest and Re-
appears regularly as commentator
and panelist on international and
Canadian affairs on Canadian Tele-
Shmona, close to
vision, and has written a book,
the site where 14
the Steps of Pope Paul."
were killed in a
The Amranim. Iscaeli folk sing-
ing brothers, will perform at the
on a school bus
donor, as will Cantor Jacob Sonenk-
in May 1970. The
accompanied by Rose Mash.
project will stand
For information, call the JNF
as a memorial to
Rabbi Slonim, ordained at the
Jewish Theological Seminary, has
reported on the Middle East since
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Michigan will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the JWV headquar-
ters. On the agenda will be plans
for the Brotherhood Tea in Febru-
ary and a rummage and "back-
door sale" in early February. Re-
freshments will be served. For
membership information, call the
JWV office, 255-4743, during the
day, or President Rosalyn Liner,
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SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST AND AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. 'Monday at the JWV head-
quarters. Refreshments will be
served. Members of the auxiliary
are requested to accumulate sale-
able items to be sold at the Depart.
ment of Michigan Auxiliary rum-
mage sale Feb. 1-3 and till noon
Feb. 4 at JWV headquarters. Any-
one wishing to help may call Sarah
Kaminsky, senior vice president,
The historian looks backward.
In the end he also believes back-
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_1Iary Gruca to Become Moishe Haar Event Set This Weekend
The Sholem Aleichem Institute plays, costumed and produced
Bride of James Starr
will present its second Moishe them.
Haar Memorial Foundation event,
an evening of dramatic readings
with a contemporary Jewish per-
spective, 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Jewish Center. Reuben and
Do r o t h y Silver will offer
"Portraits in Light and Shadow."
The foundation honors the mem-
ory of Moishe
Haar, who di-
rected the Sho-
le m Aleichem
School for 40
Mr. Haar, act-
ive in theater for
lished two Yid-
dish groups, the
MISS MARY GRUCA
for children and the Tealeague for
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Gruca of young adults. Mr. Haar wrote
Trinity Ave. announce the engage.
ment of their daughter Mary to
James H. Starr of Telegraph Rd.
Miss Gruca attends the Univer-
sity of Michigan and is majoring
Orchestra and Entertainment
in special education. Mr. Starr
also attends U. of M., where he
is majoring in engineering.
A June wedding is planned.
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"A housewife is as good as her
proficiency with eggplants" goes a
Mediterranean saying. "The more
ways she can prepare the vegeta-
ble the better she is." Well, in
this day and age of frozen foods
and Women's Lib, that saying re-
flects more on the versatility of
eggplants than on the competence
of the housewife. And indeed, egg-
plants lend themselves to innum-
erable dishes; salads, first courses,
and main dishes made with egg-
plants are exceptionally good. The
stuffed eggplants can be served as
the hub of a meal. The recipe calls
for no meat, yet is satisfying and
nourishing, as it is handsome and
FELDBRO QUALITY MEATS
For four servings:
eggplants, medium sized
1,4 cup olive oil
2 large tomatoes
2 garlic cloves
2 big onions
2 tbls. chopped parsley
1.'• cup bread crumbs
4'2 cup grated cheddar cheese
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I. Cut the eggplants lengthwise. Using
a teaspoon or a grapefruit knife
scoop out the flesh of the egg-
plants, leaving about 1/2 inch thick
rim at the peel. The peel will then
2. Fry peels carefully in the oil till
just tender. Remove them gently
from skillet and place them in a
greased baking pan, open side up.
3. Cbop the onions, garlic cloves.
tomatoes and the flesh of the egg-
plant. Add to the skillet and fry
lightly in same oil. Add salt, pep-
per. parsley and mix.
4. Fill the scooped-out peels with the
vegetable-mixture and top with
bread crumbs. Bake for about 45
minutes In a 350 degree F. oven.
Sprinkle the top with chesse and
bake an additional 10 minutes,
until the cheese melts.
Many of his "graduates"
today are professionals in drama,
music and television, including
Boris Sagal, who produced "Omega
Man" with Chariton Heston; Law-
rence Rosenthal in the field of
theater music in New York; and
Reuben Silver, director of the
Karamu Theater in Cleveland.
"Portraits in Light and Shadow"
is open to the public. There is no
Saginaw Jewish Center
to Show Film `Sallah'
Temple Bnai Israel of Saginaw
will show the movie "Sallah" 8
p.m. Saturday at the Saginaw Jew-
ish Community Center.
Sponsored by the adult education
group, chaired by Mrs. Howard
Steinmetz and co-chaired by Rabbi
Emanuel Bennett, the film is open
to residents of neighboring Bay
I City and Midland.
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