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June 20, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Honors for Martins Monday

Romanian Emigration Policy Stable

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Little progress was reported
by 15 Congressional leaders
who met with Romanian
President Nicolai Ceausescu
at the Romanian Embassy
last week to discuss U.S.
trade benefits for Romania
and the Eastern European
country's policy on Jewish
emigration.

Ceausescu apparently
tried to convince the con-
gressmen that Romania has
been lenient in allowing
Jews to emigrate to Israel.
But Jewish groups, while
saying this was true in the
past, stress that Romania
has been more restrictive in
the last few years and this
year particularly.

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Dr. Peter Martin, shown seated right, next to his

wife, is congratulated by Mayer Evans of CBS News at a
recent leadership reception in advance of the Israel
Bond Tribute Dinner honoring the Martins, 7 p.m. Mon-
day at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Seated with the Martins
are hosts Dr. and Mrs: Conrad Goode. Shown standing
are, from left, David Hermelin, dinner chairman Robert
A. Steinberg and Evans.

Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Nagler

Wish to thank all of their Friends and Rela-
tives for their kindness during Jacob's re-
4 cent illness.

Dr. and Mrs. Peter A.
Martin will be presented
with the Jerusalem City of
Peace Award on Monday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's Is-
rael Bond dinner.
Dr. Martin has received
nation-wide acclaim for his
outstanding contributions
to the field of psychiatry
and has authored many
books in the field. He is
president-elect of the Amer-
ican College of Psychia-

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Apts. in Southfield opens a
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Friday, June 20, 1975 31

J WV

The Department of Michi-
gan held its annual conven-
tion Saturday at the Somer-
set Hotel. Judge Lawrence
Gubow was elected to the
national executive and pol-
icy committees. Depart-
ment of 1\lichigan officers
elected were: Robert Perliss,
commander: Milton G. Mar-
kovitz, senior vice com-
mander: William Green-
berg, junior vice
commander; Arthur M.
Lang, judge advocate; and
Leonard Green, quarter-
master. Lang received a spe-
cial service award from out-
going commander Joe Bale.
Resolutions on Israel and
Syrian and Soviet Jewry
\vere adopted.
* * *

SILVERMAN-DE-
TROIT POST will award

$300 scholarships to Fran-
cine Meyers of Southfield
and Stuart Alderman of

Eggplant Patties

Oak Park at 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the JWV Memorial
Home, according to Com-
mander Marvin Green.

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World Vets Meet

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The first world assembly of
Jewish war veterans will be
held in Jerusalem Jan.

25-30. 1976.

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Naomi
Lippa's

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

Before I get into this
week's recipe, I'd like to say
that I receive many requests
and I'd be happy to answer
all of them if you'll just en-
close a stamped, self-ad-
dressed envelope. Write to
me c/o The Cleveland Jew-
ish News, 13910 Cedar Rd.,
Cleveland, Ohio 44118. (In
the recipe for rum brownies
a few weeks ago, [Jewish
News, May 30], the direc-
tions inadvertently called
for adding vanilla. The re-
ference should have been to
the one teaspoon of rum
listed in the ingredients.)
Vegetables and vegetable
dishes are popular in sum-
mer. These patties make a
good main dish served with
baked potatoes, sour cream
and salad.

I medium eggplant
:3
eggs
onion, grated
I
f, mushrooms, diced
l' 2 tsp. salt
't tsp. pepper
cups matzo meal
' cup wheat germ
oil
2 cups stewed tomatoes
3
tbsps. sugar
tblsps. lemon juice

Bake whole eggplant at
350 degrees until soft. Re-
move skin. Mash well, add-
ing beaten eggs, onion,
mushrooms, salt, pepper,
matzo meal and wheat
germ. Form into small pat-
ties and fry in hot oil until
light brown on both sides.
Grease a casserole dish. Mix
stewed tomatoes with
lemon juice and sugar. Pour
over patties and bake in
oven at 325 degrees for one-
half hour. Good =served hot
or cold.

Forest Ranger
Turns Mayor

JERUSALEM — Veteran
Forest Ranger Haim Blass
who was in charge of affo-
restation in the central re-
gion for the last 36 years re-
cently retired from the
Jewish National Fund and
has taken up another job —
assistant Mayor of Her-
zliya.

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