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December 07, 1973 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-07

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Scientists Eva, Boaz Kahana See Traffic Stopper Seminaries Eye Possible Moves ‘Koffee Klatch' Sei
Major moves being con- will be made for several by Sheruth League
How Elderly Cope in Institutions
Sheruth League will hold
sidered by the Hebrew years until the matter has

the changes older people
make to survive in an insti-
tutional environment.
"A large portion of older
people die within their first
year in an institution," Eva
Nahana said, "and illness
alone does not predict who
survives the first year. We
hope this study will lay the
groundwork for predicting in
the future which people will
live through that critical first
year, and know why they are
Institutes of Mental Health of able to do it."
M r s . Kahana continued,
"We want to find out which
environments are best for
which types of people, and
what changes people make in
their personalities and living
IF Y 0 U' V E GOT "CHUTZPAH" —
you've got the fun- habits to cope with the insti-
niest, fastest mov-
tution.

Eva and Boaz Kahana are
trying to find out how old
people cope with nursing
homes and elderly care insti-
tutions. Dr. Boaz Kahana is
Chairman of psychology at
Oakland University and Dr.
Eva Kahana is director of
the Elderly Care Research
Center at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
Together, they will conduct
a three-year, $230,000 study
sponsored by the National

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atit ormE GooD oft

ing adult , game be-
ing played today.
Excitement builds
as 3 to 6 players
move wacky tokens
around the colorful
playing board — buying, selling,
gambling, auctioneering and bargain-
ing. Laughs come thick and fast when
players land on Tsoris Spots (that's
trouble with a capital "T") or pick
cards (Schleimiel, Schlemazel, Chutz-
pah, etc.). Fortunes are made and lost
on a roll of the dice. It's a best-seller
in New York, Philadelphia, Miami,
Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland and Los
Angeles. Some of your best friends
play Chutzpah.

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. . or send $6.95 (postage included).

The Kahanas, of Oneida
Ave., Oak Park, will study
140 residents of six different
types of institutions in De-
troit. Each resident will be
interviewed four times dur-
ing a 12-month period, as well
as observed occasionally.
Graduate students are di-
rectly involved in designing
the study and questionnaires,
a n d conducting interviews
and observations.
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Jeff, Mark, Howard and
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bought their "Zadie," Har-
ry Stein of Sutherland Ave.,
Oak Park, a license plate
with his "name" on it. In
honor of Stein's 70th birth-
day, his grandchildren took
advantage of Michigan's new
personalized license plates.

A Little Punch
for the Holiday

A good drink and a good
cheesecake — both prepared
with Sabra, the liqueur of
Israel, are easy to prepare
and are particularly fitting
for the Hanuka season.
Sabra, a blend of Jaffa
orange with a shade of
chocolate, goes into:

SABRA PUNCH
1 pint brandy
1 pint sherry
1 8-oz. bottle maraschino cherries
and juice
4 oz. Sabra liqueur
2 quarts champagne or
carbonated wine
1 quart carbonated water
Mix first four ingredients in
punch bowl with large block of
ice. Garnish with slices fresh
fruit. Add champagne or carbon-
ated wine and carbonated water
last, just before serving in wine
or Delmonico glass.
CHEESECAKE SABRA
1 1 4 cups zwieback crumbs
14 cup butter (melted)
cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
4 (8 oz.) packages cream cheese,
softened
1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons flour
3 tablespoons Sabra
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
1 teaspoon grated orange rind
4 egg yolks, well beaten
pinch of salt
2 cups sour cream
4 egg whites, stiffly beaten
Make crust by combining zwie-
back crumbs with melted butter,
sugar and cinnamon. Line bottom
and sides of well-buttered 10"
spring-form pan with 11/2 cups of
mixture. Reserve remainder for
topping.
Chill crust while making fill-
ing: Cream softened cream cheese
with sugar. Add flour, 1 table-
spoon of Sabra, lemon and or-
ange rinds, beaten egg yolks and
salt. Mix well. Add sour cream
and fold in stiffly beaten egg
whites. Pour filling into chilled
crust.
Bake in 375° oven for 30 min-
utes. Remove cake from oven;
raise heat to 400°. Sprinkle cake
with 2 tablespoons Sabra and
wieback mixture. Return cake to
oven and bake 15 minutes longer,
or until set. Turn off heat; open
oven door and let cake cool in
oven. Chill before serving.

Potato Latkes

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1973, JTA, Inc.)

Hanuka is just around
the corner, and what could
be better than the traditional,
hot, crisp potato latkes that
have been such a favorite on
this holiday for generations?
For the unitiated, here is a
way to make them.

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3 large eggs
1 /3 cup matzoh meal
salt, pepper
'/2 tsp. parsley flakes
oil
Grind potatoes and onions.
Drain and discard liquid. Add
eggs and matzoh meal. Mix. Add
parsley flakes, salt and pepper to
taste. Drop by teaspoonful into
hot oil in a heavy skillet. Fry
until golden on both sides. Cover
a plate with paper toweling.
Place hot latkes on it to absorb
oil. Remove to a warm platter
and serve hot with applesauce.

Family Service of Detroit
and Wayne County, a Torch
Drive service, served 6,662
families last year. Breakdown
in marriage was the reason
most frequently given for
seeking assistance.

Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion and the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary are
the course of controversy
these days.
The Hebrew Union College,
which has campuses in Cin-
cinnati, New York, Los An-
geles and Jerusalem, is
studying the possibility of
closing the founding campus
in Cincinnati as a means of
making its operations more
economical.
A "committee of concerned
faculty" has been formed
along with a committee of
Jewish and Christian friends
of HUC-JIR, to keep the Re-
form institution in Cincin-
nati. They argue that relo-
cating many of the facilities,
such as the archives, would
entail a cost of millions of
dollars.
A task force is studying the
proposal to close the campus,
but President Alfred Gott-
schalk's office stressed that
no change has been made nor

been given long and careful "Koffee Klatch" for your
marrieds 8 p.m. Dec. 18
consideration.
the home of Dick and Rer
There also has been talk of Gunsberg, 17538 GoldwiJ
closing the New York branch. Southfield. For informatiol
At the same time, the Jew- call the Gunsbergs, 557-602
The 30-year-old league,
ish Theological Seminary,
the center of Conservative affiliate of Fresh Air Societ;
Jewry, is reportedly consid- will have a theater party 8::
ering a move from its p.m. Dec. 15 to see "Gu,
present facilities on Broad- and Dolls" at the Jewis
way in Manhattan. Lincoln Center. For tickets and
Center reportedly is the site formation, call Mr. and Mr
desired by the seminary, Sam Finegood, chairmen
which currently is located in the party and afterglow,
4156.
a high-crime area.

38—Friday, December 7 1973 THE DETROIT JEWIr '

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Marriages

MIDDLE AGED COUPLES INVITED ...phone

GILBERT-ROSEN: Martha
Rosen became the bride of
Kenneth I. Gilbert in a recent
ceremony at the bride's
home in Springfield, Mo. The
bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Barbara Rosen and the late
Dr. Max Rosen. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph G. Gilbert of
Woodside Dr., Franklin. The
new Mrs. Gilbert has at-
tended the University of Mis-
souri, Richmond College in
London, and the Interna-
tional Education Center in
Pondicherry, India. Her hus-
band was graduated from the
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and is a PhD
degree candidate at the Cali-
fornia Institute of Asian
Studies. The couple will live
in San Francisco.

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