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March 03, 1978 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-03

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Friday, March 3, 1978 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Briefs

Bernard Weisberg has
been elected chairman of •
the board of directors and
chief executive officer of
Chatham Super Markets,

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(Men'sClub)

Activities
in Society

West Bloomfield recently
returned. from a seven-day
Caribbean cruise aboard
the S.S. Amerikanis.

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MISS MIHALY

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN vyill hold a

Former Detroiters Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mihaly of
Glenview, Ill., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Deborah Kay, to
Richard Dale Astrein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Cryil Astrein
of Huntington Woods. -
Miss' Mihaly and her
fiance earned BA degrees
from Michigan State Uni-
versity.
A July wedding is plan-
ned.

blood bank rally 4-10 p.m.
Thursday at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. Refreshments will be
served. For information,
call the JWV office, 559-
5680.

American Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association
has become the first finan-
cial institution in Michigan
and the sixth in the country
to participate in a $200 mill-
ion program of the Federal
National Mortgage Associ-
ation (FNMA) aimed at in-
jecting additional mortgage
funds into older urban
areas.
Under the program,
FNMA purchased from
American Federal Savings,
By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.) "
a $4.7 million, 90 percent
As we look to the winter's
interest in a pool of 246
loans on homes located end, we realize that the Pas-
primarily in Detroit. The sover holiday is not too far
average outstanding loan ahead. American Mizrachi
amount of the mortgages in Women has a new 'cookbook,
the pool is $21,100. In turn, "The Passover Feast II."
American Federal Savings Beginning with a detailed
certified to FNMA that it description on how to set up
would use the sale proceeds' the seder plate to six var-
to make additional ieties of haroset, this cook-
mortgage loans in similar book with more than 1,000
recipes is a treat. It can be
urban areas.
American Federal Sav- ordered for $7 or $7.50 for
ings participates in both the special (faster) handling
Detroit Housing Services , from Selma Daner, 775
Program and the Detroit Pleasant Valley Way, West
Mortgage Plan, aimed at Orange,_ N.J. 07052.
stemming neighborhood de- 1 box matza, crushed fine
cline and making home 2 carrots, grated
mortgage loans available to 2 stalks celery, grated
stick pareve margarine,
credit and property eligible 1
melted
applicants according to in- 1 large onion
dustry standards.
Legg

Haifa U. Founder
Will Speak Here

-and_

Club will have a general here are being closed down
membership meeting 9 p.m. and the five shlikhim are
March 14 in the social hall returning to Israel.
of the synagogue. Howard
Closing the offices will
Simon, executive director of save $500,000 a year. ,
the American Civil Liber-
ties Union, will speak on
"The Response to the Threat
of Nazism: Do Nazis Have
Rights." The public is in-
vited free of charge.

succeed Weisberg as presi-
dent and chief operating of-
ficer.

* * *
JWV MEMORIAL
HOME Association will

meet 10 a.m. March 12 at
the JWV Memorial Home,
announces Mrs. Max
Kaufman, president.
Brunch will be served at
8:30 a.m. Elections will be
held and past presidents of
the association will be hon-
ored. For information, call
Mrs. Kaufman, 547-6435.

Mock Kishke
for Passover

Freddy Sheyer
398-2462

MACK PITT
ORCHESTRA

VIENNA (JTA) — The of-

Inc Bernard A. Stein' will

Area Bank Aids
City With Funds-
for Mortgages

Jewish Agency
to Close Office

BNAI MOSHE Men's fices of the Jewish Agency

Ralph B. Stillwell, as-

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L.
Weiss of Oak Park and Mr.
and Mrs. Milton . Weiss of



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Anyone who likes Italian will
love Chef Boy-ar-dee , foods. So
when you want a sauce with
real Italian ta'am, reach for Chef
Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Sauce.
Meatless. Or Mushroom. Both
styles of the Chef's sauce are a
real mechayeh. Just made for
lukshen—spaghetti, linguine,
lasagna. Egg noodles, too.
Perfect as a tangy sauce for
roasts, meat loaf,.chicken, fish,
and omelets. Easy, thrifty.
Delizioso!—your Italian sauce
mayvin will agree.

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ho has the
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ellow Bir d?

salt, pepper, and garlic powder
to taste.
Mix all ingredients evenly
and well in a bowl. Shape like a
salami loaf on aluminum foil.
Wrap loaf-in foil for several
hours or keep overnight in re-
frigerator. Place foil in shallow
baking pan. Open to bake to
form a thin crust. Bake at 375
degrees for 45 minutes. Serve
hot.

Eliezer Rafaeli, founder
and director-general of the
University of Haifa since its
inception in 1963, will
speak on "Combating Arab
Propaganda" 8 p.m. Sunday
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
Rafaeli had made special Cookie Sale. Set
efforts for the development by Girl Scouts
of programs bridging social
The annual Girl Scout
and cultural gaps in de- cookie sale will continue
veloping communities and through Sunday through-
working with youth in dis- out the metropolitan De-
tress.,
troit area.
He established the pre-
The Girl Scouts of Met-
academic programs for cul- ropolitan Detroit will have
turally deprived students, available its five regular
for soldiers and for new im- flavors: chocolate mint,
migrants. He also estab- peanut butter patties,
lished the Arab-Jewish peanut- butter sandwiches,
Center in the university.
vanilla sandwiches and
The program is co- shortbreads and a new
sponsored by the Detroit cookie, snow drops, also will
Zionist Federation and the be available this year.
Anti-Defamation League o f - Cookies will be sold at
Bnai Brith. The public is in - booths in the metropolitan
vited at no charge. For in - area. Persons unable to buy
formation, call the DZF ' cookies at a booth may call
968-2040.
the "Cookie Connection,"
646-8210. The cookie drive
It is illegal to hunt or is the annual fund-raising
activity of the Girl Scouts.
shoot camels in Arizona.

Treat your sauce mayvin
to real Italian taste...
Chef Boy-ar-dei Spaghetti Sauce.

Empire, of course...

Look for the fresh Empire
Kosher Chicken with the
healthiyellow color and,
to be sure, look for this
red, white and blue metal
tag on each whole chicken
and on all chicken parts.

e EKPI, 1977

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