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June 30, 1978 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-30

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Friday, Jule 30, 1918 31.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(Women's Clubs I

OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Meir Avtzon,
14261 Vernon. Rabbi Av-
tzon will speak. The Nine
Mile area group will not
meet.
* 5 *
CHILDREN UNLI-
elected Lila
MITED
Daniels and Dottie
Schwartz, co-chairmen for
1978-1979. Other officers
are Marion Rothstein and
Bess Katz, secretaries;

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Florence Brand, treasurer;
and' Belle Greenfield,
memorial and sunshine
chairman.
* 5 5
KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room, announces President
Lily Roubeck. Chasia Zim-
merman will speak on"The
Impact of the 'Holocaust'
Film on the Media and the
Upsurge of Nazism in the
U.S." There will be a
Chinese auction. Hostesses
are Jennie Shapiro and
Celia Grynbal. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
guests and friends are in-
vited.
5 5 *
OF
LADIES
YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH and Women's
Sabbath League will hold a
victory luncheon noon
Wednesday in the yeshiva
building. A report on the
mother-daughter luncheon
will be read by President
Fanny Laufer. Mesdames
Ann Barcles and Laufer
will sponsor the luncheon in
honor of Mrs. Laufer's new
grandnephew. Hostesses
are Mesdames Tillie Eps-
tein, Jean Kaplan, Ruth
Stark, Becky Cohen and Fr-
ances Cutler. Friends are
ances
invited.

Lillian Weisberg
Installed as Head
of AJC Women

Lillian Weisberg was in-
stalled as president of the
Detroit Women's Division of
the American Jewish Con-
gress Wednesday in the
home of Marian Shifman.
Edith Frank, past president
of the women's division and
a national vice president,
was installing officer.
Other officers are Babe
Fink, executive vice presi-
dent; Rose Schwartz, Muriel
Israel, Esther Fealk and
Annette Hagenjos, vice
presidents; Elma Rader and
Nellie Redstone, corres-
ponding secretaries; and Ida
Burnstein, treasurer.

Italian-Style
Veal Recipe

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

Top-of-the-stove veal dis-
hes are a summer favorite.
Serve with noodles and a
crisp green salad.

AT
Glassman Olds

28000 Telegraph

2 lb. veal
2 tbsps. olive oil
2 medium onions, cut in rings
1 clove fresh garlic
14 cup water
2 tbsps. lemon juice
1/2 tsp. salt
Vi tsp. Italian seasoning (a bit
more may be added for a
spicier flavor)
fresh parsley tor garnish
In a large, heavy skillet,
brown veal In olive oil. Then
add garlic and onions and
cook until onions are a golden
color. Remove garlic and add
the rest of the Ingredients
(though not the parsley).
Cover and simmer, turning
meat twice, for about 40 mi-
nutes or until veal Is tender. if
necessary, add a tablespoon
or so more water. Garnish with
parsley. Serves 4-5.

Maimonides Women Present
Gift to Ambassador Harman

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DEADLINE

for your party

The Jewish News has
an early deadline of
noon today for local
publicity to appear in
the issue of Friday, July
7. Materials not re-
ceived by the deadline
will be withheld and
published the following
week if still timely.

Ambassador Avraham Harman, center, president
of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, accepts a
check from Mrs. Michael Levin, scholarship chair-
man of the Women's Auxiliary to the Maimonides
Medical Society, as part of its third $25,000 Founders'
gift to the university. Participating in the presenta-
tion are, from left Mrs. Irvin Weisenthal; Mrs. How-
ard B. Appelman; Mrs. I. Walter Silver; Erwin Ziegel-
man, president of the Michigan Chapter, American
Friends of Hebrew University; Ambassador Harman;
Mrs. Levin; Mrs. Morris Arnkoff, president of the au-
xiliary; and Mrs. Milton Nathanson. The funds do-
nated by the women will benefit the Medical Student
Loan Fund established by the auxiliary in 1949.

main together as a group
during their initial ab-
sorption process in Is-
rael.
He said that 336 North
Americans have been
guaranteed Positions and
approved to enter such
programs in September.
They include 54 social
workers, 40 psychologists
and school counselors and
242 teachers.
Other innovations in-
clude pilot trips by profes-
sion and the formation of
professionally based aliya
groups. Such groups for so-
cial workers have been
formed in New York,
Philadelphia, Toronto,
Washington D.C. and Bos-
ton and a new group for
nurses is in the process of
formation.

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Computer Boosts U.S. Aliya

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Israel Aliya Center
credited innovations intro-
duced through its depart-
ment of employment ser-
vices and special projects for
the 24 percent increase in
aliya from North America
during the first five months
of this year, compared to the
same period in 1977.
Some 789 North Ameri-
cans have emigrated to Is-
rael this year compared to
636 in the same period last
year.
A spokesman said a com-
puter is being used to help
identify potential olim.
He said that once iden-
tified, serious candidates
are grouped according to
profession for inter-
views, orientation and
job placement and re-

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