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June 28, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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UK DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Kol Israel English-Language Broadcasts Received in Detroit
Harper Unit
A local radio buff reports broadcasts from Israel via the vice president/general from 5 to 7 p.m. a relay of
Bears Name of that
manager of WKBD-TV, said the domestic home service
he is picking up three shortwave receivers.
with the installation of beamed to Israelis in Eu-
Dr. Sol Meyers daily English language Jim . Weitzman, assistant to that
IL 86,000,000 in new high- rope. This program is on

211--Friday, June 28, 1974

Engineer to Chair
WSU Department

Dr. Ralph H. Kummler has
been named chairman of the
department of chemical en-
gineering and material sci-
ences in Wayne State Uni-
versity's college of engineer-
ing.
Prof. Kummler also was
selected as Young Engineer
of the Year by the Engineer-
ing Society of Detroit shortly
before WSU's board of gov-
ernors approved his appoint-
ment.
Kummler, 33, an expert in
environmental engineering,
joined the Wayne State
faculty Jan. 1, 1970, as an
associate professor. From
1965 until he came to WSU,
Kummler was a staff scien-
tist in the General Electric
Space Science Laboratory's
physical chemistry opera-
tions.

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The late Dr. Sol Meyers,
chief of the section of in-
ternal medicine at Harper
Hospital from 1954 to 1963,
will be memorialized with
the dedication of the Solomon
G. Meyers Study Center for
Gastro-Enterology at Harper
Hospital's new Webber Me-
morial Building. Once located
in the old Harper building,
the study center being re-
dedicated in Mr. Meyer
name provides coordinated
facilities for patient care,
serving gastroenterologists
through teaching, research
and graduate education. Dr.
Meyers, founding president
of the Detroit Gastroenterolo-
gical Association, died in
October 1965. The ceremony
will take place 1 p.m. Sun-
day witih Dr. Daniel Hol-
lander, chief of gastroenter-
ology at Harper, acting as
moderator. Dean Robert Coye
of the Wayne State Univer-
sity school of medicine, and
Dr. Harry Saltzstein, con-
sultant in surgery at Sinai
Hospital, also are on the
program.

June 25—To Dr. and Mrs.
Burton H. Leib (Vickie Bor-
kin), 21634 Stratford, Oak
Park, a daughter, Cheryl
Beth.
* * *
June 19—To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Berlin (Vicki Hak-
ing), 325 N. Marias, Clawson,
a daughter, Tara Beth.
* * •
June 11—To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gorevitz (Roberta
Zucker), 15011 Bishop, Oak
Park, a son, David Justin.
* * *
May 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Hayes (Barbara Co-
hen), 1711 Gardenia, Royal
Oak, a son, Jason Brian
Bernard.
* * *
Sternstein Urges
To Mr. and Mrs. Allan More Israel Tourism
Nachman (Joy Orley), 26840
Increased tourism to Is-
Willowgreen, Franklin, an
adopted d a u g h t e r, Elana rael, to help build the Is-
raelis' morale, was urged by
Rachel.
Dr. Joseph Sternstein, a can-
didate for president of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
RABBI LEO
ica, at the ZOA Detroit dis-
trict meeting recently.
Dr. Sternstein, rabbi of
Expert Mohel
Temple Beth Sholom, Roslyn
Serving Hospitals and Homes
LI 1-9769 Heights, N. Y., is chairman
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of the ZOA executive com-
mittee. In his talk he praised
American Jewry for its mas-
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH sive financial support to Is-
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rael.
Dr. _Sidney Leib was in-
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has made it possible for De-
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KEEN COMPETITION
troit area residents to re-
Our society has a habit of
This Week's Radio and Television Programs
ceive the daily programs on throwing ,people _overboard
RELIGION IN THE NEWS shortwave receivers of mod- just to get them out of the
ETERNAL LIGHT—TV
erate cost.
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
swim.
Time: 2 p.m. Sunday.
He said that with an $80
Station: CKWW.
Station: Channel 4.
used receiver and a $570 new
and
Feature: A repeat of the
one, he can pick up the
FIRESTON
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
conversation with Rabbi
JEWELRY
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday. following broadcasts from 4 • 11, holesale
Abraham Joshua Heschel,
Diamonds & Jewelry
to 4:45 p.m. Detroit time:
Station: Channel 9.
taped two weeks prior to his
mounting, Jewelry & Watch - Repairin
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and 25m — 11,700 and 12,025
* * *
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ETERNAL LIGHT—RADIO
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ROZHINKES
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
MIT
MANDLEN
Station: WWJ.
Time: 9 a.m. Monday,
Feature: A conversation
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Station: WIID (1090). -
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Feature: Israeli and Yid- I
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dish music, news, recipes
* * *
and other features.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
* * *
Time: 10:45 p.m. Sunday.
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• Exclusive Reinforcements
Station: WDEE (1500).
Time: 10 a.m. Sunday.
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Station: WBRB-FM (102.1).
Time: 6:35 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Jewish humor,
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Station: WXYZ (1270).
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Feature: The Cantor as
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Beef Stew

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

A good stew is a dish which
can be prepared ahead of
time and-kept in reserve for
those days when you come in
from a full day of summer
activities and don't feel like
starting supper from scratch.

2 •bs. chuck, cut in 1-inch cubes
5 medium onions
7 medium potatoes
4 small carrots
1 cup' peas, drained
salt and pepper to taste
2 tbsp. four
6 tbsp. catsup
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
4 tbsp. soy sauce
Season meat, then cover with
water and cook in a heavy Dutch
oven about 1 1/2 hours. Add vege-
tables and cook about 50 minutes
more. Thicken the gravy with the
flour. Add the remaining ingredi-
ents. (Remember soy sauce adds
a salty flavor.) Serves six. (If
You want Ito freeze this stew, do
not add potatoes.)

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VISTAS OF ISRAEL
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3).
Feature:__ Songs of Israel—
You.
* * *
INTERVIEW IMPROMPTU
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDEE (1500).
and
Time: 12:15 p.m. Wednes-
day.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
Feature: Martha and Shlo-
mo Marenof, Judaic scholars
and teachers, will be inter-
viewed.
* * *
"IF NOT NOW . . ."
Time: 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Station: WDET-FM (101.9).
Feature: Confront the Is-
sues.

* * *

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature : Highlights is pre-
empted today only by the
Democratic Party Telethon.
* * *
LUBAVITCH
JEWISH HOUR
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WNIC (1300).
and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
Station: WNIC-FM (100).
and
Time: 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WPON (1450).
Feature: Rabbinical re-
marks, Jewish music.

Blood Pressure Test
Slated in Oak Park

CHEC, a Community Hy-
pertension Evaluation Clinic,
which offers residents an
opportunity to have their
blood pressure checked free
of charge, will be in opera-
tion Thursday at the Oak
Park Municipal Park, spon-
sored by the Oak Park Jay-
cettes and CIBA Pharmaceu-
tical Co.
Everyone tested will be
given a card with his blood
pressure recorded on it to be
given to his private physi-
cia\n. When an individual's
pressure is considered too
high for his age and weight
he will be encouraged to con-
sult with his physician as
soon as possible.

JWV

LT. ROY F. GREEN AUX-
ILIARY will have a leader-
ship meeting 12:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Bernard L. Hoffman, 30505
Red Maple, Southfield. The
auxiliary honored Mrs. Leo-
nard Green, president, with
a luncheon Wednesday at the
Elmwood Casino. At the re-
cent Ladies Department of
Michigan convention held at
the Shiawassee Hotel, Mrs.
Harry Left was re-elected
junior vice president of the
department. Mrs. Ann Segal
was awarded a service star
for three years of continuous
service as USO chairman.

National Ruling Lets
New Category of
Veteran Into JWV

Thousands of Jewish vet-
erans inducted into the
armed forces after Dec. 31,
1960, are now eligible for
membership in the Jewish
War Veterans, according to
a new ruling by the national
judge advocate of JWV.
The ruling states that _any-
one serving in an active duty
status in the armed forces
subsequent to that date and
meeting all other eligibility
requirements for member-
ship must be considered eli-
gible for JWV membership.
This applies to an individual
who enlisted under a reserve
training program — six
months' duty after which he
is released to complete a re-
maining obligation of five
years and three months.
Members of the JWV na-
tional executive committee
had sought to limit eligibility
to those who did receive or
were entitled to receive
medals awarded by the arm-
ed forces. They contended
that active duty for training
(the reserve program) did not
constitute active duty for
purposes of eligibility.
In a second judge advo-
cate's ruling, it was declared
that JWV posts cannot di-
vulge their membership lists
for use by other organiza-
tions, whether for fund-
raising solicitation or airy
other reason.

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