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January 25, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-25

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Pitiya r–vent ‘..nangen

Association of Americans
and Canadians for Aliya has
postponed its January meet-
ing until 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Burg, 14710
Rosemary, Oak Park. Chaim
Feifel, president of AACA
and organizer of Yamit Garin
will speak on "Yamit." For
information, call the Burgs,
544-9587.

oy mail
a Fuel Saver

tramps

Chairs Book Fair

The stamps by mail serv-
ice introduced locally last
August can save on gas for
families and businesses.

Postmaster Edward L.
Baker said the program has
been growing each month
and was used extensively
during the Christmas period.
The Postal Service charges
The artist is . . . a vessel 40 cents for handling costs,
of freedom. — Horace M. including postage, on each
Kallen.
transaction. A self-mailer
provided by the Postal Serv-
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER
ice. Customers check the
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas • Displays
quantities of stamps desired,
• Portraits • Parties • Candids
enclose a check or money
• Slide Shows • Almost Anything
order and drop the envelope
Reasonable Rates
in the mail. The stamps are
A MILLER 831-1127
delivered in most cases by
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. any day
the second business day.

JUDIES

Mrs. Joyce ISurkott

Mrs. Stanley (Joyce) Bur-
koff has been appointed chair-
man of the 23rd annual
Jewish Book Fair, to be held
in the fall. A member of the
Jewish Center board' of di-
rectors, Mrs. Burkoff has
been on the Book Fair steer-
ing committee, was chair-
man of the fair's children's
section in 1971-72 and general
vice chairman in 1973.

Meatballs, Farfel

Fine Fashions

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

Arlene Gurecki

Judy Schultz

Since ground meat and
farfel are , two favorites of
my eight-year-old son, I de-
cided to combine them into
one dish and serve it with a
tossed salad and some rel-
ishes to make a dinner menu.

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2 lbs. ground mat
1 medium onion, diced
3 eggs
c. oatmeal
garlic powder
pepper
1 4-oz. can mushrooms, drained
2 medium onions, cut in thin
rings
1 -10-oz. package toasted egg
barley (farfel)
5 cups boiling water
6 tsps. powdered soup mix
(chicken or beef)
Combine meat, diced onion,
eggs, oatmeal and spices (to
-taste). Form into medium sized
meatballs and brown. Remove
meatballs and brown remaining
vegetables (onion rings and
mushrooms). Mix water with soup
powder and browned vegetables
and add to farfel in a greased
casserole. Bake covered at 350
degrees until all water evapor-
ates. Add about I/3 cup more
boling water and meatballs. Heat
until meat is hot. Serves 6.

Ira. DEIKUII JEWISH Friday, January 75, 1974-35

Easy-to-Make
Potato Dishes

Michigan potatoes are in
good supply and they're also
good for you. One medium
potato supplies 30 per cent
of the Vitamin C a moderate-
ly active person needs each
day and up to 10 per cent of
the required iron, thiamin
and niacin. Potatoes also pro-
vide protein, many necessary
vitamins and minerals . . .
and all at the cost of only
about 90 calories each potato.
This recipe honors the
French exporers of Michigan.
MICHIGAN OMELET

2 tbsp. butter
2 green onions, chopped
1 finely diced raw Michigan
potato
4 eggs, lightly beaten
Salt and pepper
1!1 cup milk
114 grated cheese (Parmesan or
mild Cheddar)
Melt butter in heavy skillet, add
onion and potatoes and cook over
low heat, stirring an,d turning
often until potatoes are golden
brawn. Season beaten eggs with
salt and pepper and add milk
and cheese. Pour mixture over
potatoes. Cook gently 3 to 10
minutes until omelet is browned
on the bottom and can be turned.
Use a spatula to turn omelet or
place a plate over the pan and
invert. Then slide omelet back
into pan on uncooked side and
brown. Serve hot, cut in wedges.

Advise Me

It seems as if my whole life
is filled with doing things for
others, especially my aged
parents. My parents have al-
ways managed to take care
of themselves until my moth-
er took ill. I think it is too
much for her to do her own
housework. I spend so much
time there that I feel I am
neglecting my own family.
My husband doesn't seem
to mind but my boys feel too
much tied in with their
grandparents. I would so
much like to enjoy doing the
things other women do—go-
ing to a club meeting, visit-
ing with a friend, or going on
a shopping spree. Since I am
an only child, I cannot share
my burden with anyone else.
—Only Child

Dear Only,
Do your parents require all
the attention you are giving
to them? You say you think
it is too much for your moth-
er to do her own housework.
Have you discussed this with
her or is this a decision you
made on your own? How
about your father--is he able
to help?
You seem to be torn be-
tween a feeling of devotion
to your parents and the needs
of your growing family. You
feel as if you owe your par-
For free recipes and infor- ents something and should
mation, contact the Michigan make things easier for them
Potato Industry Commission. but in devoting so much of

Healthful Pancakes

Business
Briefs

(Copyright 1973 American Heart
Association)

girls

Want to start a good live-
ly discussion? Start talking
about breakfast and you'll
get as many opinions on what
to eat—or whether to eat—
as there are people in the
room. Though health experts
say it's one of the most im-
portant meals of the day—
getting us off to a poor start
or a good one—many don't
"do it right."
From the new "American
Heart Association C o o k-
book," here is a suggestion
that might get the most
finicky eaters to the table
early.
1 cup white flour

7 to 14

Sizes 4 to 6x

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boys

8 to 14

Sizes 4 to 7

Jackets, Polos, Corduroy Pants,
Sweaters, Shirts, Vests

toddlers & infants

ANTHONY J. DiGIOVANNI
has been appointed branch
manager of AMERICAN
SAVINGS' East Detroit
branch at 19080 E. 10 Mile.
DiGiovanni served as train-
ing manager of American
Saving s' Woodward Ave.
branch and most recently
was manager of the Liver-
nois Ave. and Seven Mile Rd.
branch.
* * *
ROBERT W. HAWLEY has
been appointed director of
marketing of AMERICAN
SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, it
was announced by Alfred L.
Deutsch, board chairman. A
former director of adver-
tising for a land development
company, Hawley has held
other executive advertising
positions.

tsps. baking powder
1 :2 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. sugar
cup wheat germ, toasted with
honey
1', cups skim milk
2 tbsp. oil
I:2 cup low-fat cottage cheese
Sift together flour, baking pow-
der, salt and sugar. Add wheat
germ. Combine the milk and oil
and stir into the dry ingredients
until just moistened. Stir in cot-
tage cheese only until mixture
is slightly lumpy. If a smooth
batter is desired, you may whip
the cottage cheese with the liq-
uid ingredients in a blender. Drop
batter by spoonfuls onto a greased
pan. Cook until bubbles appear
on upper surface, then turn and
brown on the other side. Turn
only once. Continue until all bat-
ter is used. Serve with maple
- syrup. YIELD: 10 4" pancakes.

2 to 4 years
9 to 24 months

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Sportswear, suits

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yourself to them, you are
missing something important,
the enjoyment of a fuller life
for yourself and with your
family.
You will find that your
total family situation will im-
prove if you are able to work
carry such total responsibil-
out a plan where you do not
ity for your parents. Perhaps
contact with the Jewish_Fam-
ily and • Children's Service
can he helpful with such plan-
ning.

*

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.

To help answer questions of a personal nature we have
called upon counselors from the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service. Other resources will be called upon as prob-
lems arise in other areas. Address confidential queries to
"Advise Me," care of The Jewish News, 17515 W. Nine Mile,
Southfield 48075.

PROTEIN CASSEROLE
6 medium-sized Michigan potatoes
cooked and chilled
14 cup butter •
2 cups shredded American cheese
IA cup chopped onions
1 pint sour cream
salt and pepper
Peel and boil potatoes until
done, drain well and chill. (This
may be done the night before.)
Grate cold cooked potatoes coarse-
ly and mix gently with u, cup
soft butter, 2 cups shredded
cheese. 1/2 cup chopped onions
and sour cream. Salt and pepper
to taste. Place mixture in shal-
low casserole and bake about 30
minutes at 350 degrees. Top
should be delicately brown when
done, but do not allow the dish
to dry out by overbaking.

Winter Clearance!



Bank Promotions
The board of directors of
Standard Federal Savings
and Loan Association elected
Robert J. Hutton, chairman
of the board and Thomas R.
Ricketts, president and man-
aging officer.

Hasidic Story

The Riziner lived in great
luxury. A disciple inquired
the reason, and the Riziner
explained as follows:
"I have three kinds of
funds. One is from the real
Hasidim, and this goes for
my necessities. One is from
the householders of middling
piety, and this I give away to
the needy. The third is from
habitual sinners, and this
goes for luxuries. Is it my
fault that the third fund is the
largest?"

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