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March 12, 1976 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-12

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34 Friday, March 12, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Shalom Women to Hear
Sociologist at Education Event

Cong. Beth Shalom's sis-
terhOod will have its annual
education day program be-
ginning with continental
breakfast 10 a.m. March 22
in the synagogue. Luncheon
will be served at noon.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Eva Kahana, professor of
sociology at Wayne State
University and. director of
its Elderly Care Research
Center. Her topic will be
"As the Years Go By — A
View Across the Generation
Gap."
Dr. Kahana is a Fellow
in the Gerontological So-
ciety and is listed in
"Who's Who Among
American Women." She
holds degrees in clinical
psychology and human

Adrienne Moss
Plans to Marry

Mr. and Mrs. Jacques
Moss of Adrian Ave., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Adrienne Joanne, to Curtis
Paul Freedland, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Jack Freedland of
Coventry Woods Ln., South-
field.
Miss Moss was graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity with a degree in ad-
vertising. Her fiance- at-
tends the University of
Michigan's dental school.
A July wedding is
planned.

May Wedding Set
for Nance Korens

DR. EVA KAHANA
development and is a
member of sociological
and gerontological socie-
ties.
Luncheon will be followed
by reactions to the presenta-
tion. Afternoon speakers
include Rabbi David Nelson,
spiritual leader of the syn-
agogue; Ola Beck-and Ida
Rosenblum. Thelma Prus-
sack, vice president of edu-
cation, is program coordina-
tor:
There is a charge for the
-program. For information,
call Mrs. Prussack,
557-1652.

NEW YORK — Women
from Israel andthree Arab
countries on Monday con-
demned alleged male oppre-
sion of women in their
homelands.
A statement issued by
Israeli women at the Inter-
national Tribunal on Crimes
Against Women held in
Brussels said equality of
sexes is a myth in Israel,
and the Arabs said women
in their countries accused
by their brothers of adul-
tery are still stoned to
death.
The Arab women were
from Yemen, Saudi Arabia
and Syria. None still lives in
her native country. The
women, including the Israe-
lis who issued the state-
ment, are at the gathering
as private citizens and not
official delegates from their
countries.
Feminists claimed the
general agreement among
Israeli and Arab women,
reached at a private meeting
among them, was the first
time Israelis and Arabs
publicly criticized their own
instead of each other's socie-
ties in connection with an
international forum.

Pioneer Women
Nursery Opens

MISS KORENS

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ko-
rens of Alderley Way,, West
Bloomfield, announce the
.engagement of their daugh-
ter, Nance, to Steven Ep-
stein, son of Mrs. Lillian Ep-
stein of Trinity Ave. and Mr.
Ted Epstein, also of Detroit.
, A May wedding is
planned.

Magazine Focuses
on Jewish Cooking
for Bicentennial

Better Homes and Gar-
dens magazine, in celebrea-
tion of the Bicentennial, has
begun a series, "America:
The Melting Pot of Good
Cooking," and in its March
issue carries a feature on
Jewish cooking.
The illustrated feature
briefly describes kosher die-
tary laws and one Jewish
family's favorite dishes.
Photographs depict borscht,
barley kugel, halla and ha-
mantashen. Recipes also are
included.

Arab, Israel Women
Hit Male Abuse

MISS MOSS

Home for Aged Women's Unit
Opens Language Libraries

NEW YORK — Activities
have begun at the new corn-
munity center and day nur-
sery in Pardess Hanna, Is-
rael, built by the Pittsburgh
Council of Pioneer Women.
The Pardess Hanna Cen-
ter is one of the first in Is-
rael which offers day care
for infants of working
mothers as young as three
months old. The facility is
the most modern built by
the Pioneer Women/
Moetzet Hapoalot which
conducts the largest net-
work of child care, voca-
tional training and other
social service institutions in
Israel.

Morris Plafkin and Maxine Canvasser examine one
of several hundred books in the JHA Auxiliary Library
at the Jewish Home for Aged. Plafkin helped establish
the Yiddish collection in the Oak Park Public Library.
Mrs. Canvasser has been a volunteer at the Home for the
past 10 years and is now actively involved in the reality
orientation program.

* *

The Women's Auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for
Aged recently announced
the opening of the JHA
Auxiliary Library at both
Borman Hall and Meyer L.
Prentis Manor.
For the past seven
months, the Detroit Public
Library and the Southfield
Public Library have been
bringing reading material to
the residents. Because of
the great interest in Yid-
dish, Polish, Russian and
German books, the Auxil-
iary members decided to
provide reading material in
both foreign languages and
English.
Presently, under the di-
rection of Anna Mickel and
Sarah Bell, co-chairmen of
the library committee, the
JHA Auxiliary Library has
several hundred books in
Yiddish and English, as well
as memorial subscriptions
to a variety of magazines

and newspapers.
Mrs. Mickel and Mrs. Bell
are also in the process of
creating collections of large-
type Engl-i-s-h books and
classical and folk music rec-
ords and tapes.

2 tbsps. Planters Peanut Oil
2 lbs. beef chuck, cut into 1 1 /2
inch cubes
2 cups sliced onion
2 tsps. kosher salt
'/4 tsp. pepper
1 /8 tsp. rosemary leaves, crushed
3 tbsps. tomato paste
1 cup water
2 cups 1-inch carrot pieces
2 cups 1-inch celery pieces
1 tbsp. potato starch
2 tbsps. water
Heat oil in Dutch oven or large
saucepot. Add meat and brown
thoroughly. Add onion, salt, pep-
per and rosemary. Cook stirring
until onions are softened. Stir in
tomato paste and one cup water.
Bring to a boil. Reduce heat.
Cover and simmer one hour. Add
carrots and celery. Cook 30 min-
utes longer, or until vegetables
and meat are tender. Blend to-
gether potato starch and remain-
ing two tablespoons water. Stir
into stew; cook just until thick-
ened. Makes six servings.

"Music and entertainment at
its Best for Your Guests"

557-7986

BE HAIR FREE
ELECTROLYSIS
$7.50 1 /2 hr.

Latest medically approved
dermatology equipment used

Mrs. S. Steiner

35 Years Experience

Doctors Referrals

LI 5-4700
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Lotiis Cohen & Son
Kosher Meat & Poultry

Formerly of W. 7 Mile Has Merged with

Pasadena Kosher Meat & Poultry

Located at 24721 Coolidge Hwy

Oak Park across the street from Dexter Davison Shopping Plaza

Phone Li 6-6060 or Li 3-8860 for delivery service

Master Butchers to Serve You
Allan A. Cohen - Joe Felstein - Ben Shapiro
Food Stamps accepted with pleasure

Holiday Stew

The excitement of prepar-
ing for Passover begins
weeks — even months — be-
fore the holiday. Many Jew-
ish cooks serve traditional
family favorites during the
Passover season.
Along with traditional
specialties why not include
some new ideas when plan-
ning Passover meals this
year? Holiday beef stew is a
delicious meat and vegeta-
ble dish flavored with onion
and rosemary leaves-. The
recipe uses Planters Peanut
Oil, the lightest of the po-
lymnsaturated cooking oils.

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

KOSHER MEAT AT ITS BEST AT 10t R

Independent Association Members

THIS WEEKS SPECIALS

Only at your kosher„ independent market you can still have your
per—sonalized service LOOK FOR THE ASSOCIATION EMBLEM

[FRESH

Sun Mar 14 thru Thurs. Mar. 18

CUBE STEAKS

FRESH

... $ 1 49 lb.

BERNARDS KOSHER MEATS

Bernard Rayber-13925 W. 9 Mile
398-3180

THE-5-BOXMAN BROS.

Harry-Ben-Oscar-Sam-Frank
13515 W. 7 Mile Rd.—UN 41054

CARL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park

COHEN & SON MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge Hwy.
Jack Cohen—Oak Park 48237
Te. LI 7-4121

LOUIS COHEN & SON
and PASDENA KOSHER MEATS

12939 West Seven Mile Road
Allan A. Cohen, Joe Felstein, Ben Shapiro
Detroit 48235—DI 1-1607 DI 1-1608

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Eugene Feldman—Michael Feldman
Oak Park 48237—LI 8-6800

Under the supervision of
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

FRYERS

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GOLDIN, KOTIN IL SMITH

23057 Coolidge
Seward Goldin, Ben Smith
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-3900

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile Road
John Katz, Dave Krasman,
Southfield 48076-356-5110

MORRIS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

7134 W. Seven Mile Road
William Schwartz—Detroit 48221
DI 1-8604

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

25254 Greenfield
Jack Miller
Oak Park 48237-548-4887

PASDENA KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN 8 SON

24721 Coolidge
Joe Felstein, Allan A. Cohen & Ben Shapiro
• OAK PARK 48237—LI 3-8860

SINGERS MEAT MARKET

13721 W. Nine Mile Road
Jact Attis, Philip Swarin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-8111

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