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August 25, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Young trees bend; old
trees break.

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BETTER BUSINESS

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211 W. 9-1111.
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Mrs. Jacobson Here Sept. 6 to Address
Major Hadassah Contributors Dinner

Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
honor founders and major
gift contributors to Hadas-
sah's Medical Center at a
cocktail-buffet dinner 7
p.m. Sept. 6, in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold War-
ren, 1490 W. Long Lake,
Bloomfield Hills.
Guest speaker will be
Charlotte Jacobson, former
national president of

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Call 548-4031

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makes Jewish cooking
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Chef Boyardee® is made
from the finest plump red
tomatoes, simmered and
flavored with authentic
Italian-Style ingredients.
Meatless or Mushroom,
the Chef's zesty sauce
is perfect for lokshen,
brisket, stuffed peppers,
veal and fish.
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Hadassah.
She also is chairman of
the American Section of
World Zionist Organiza-
tion, and a member of the
Board of Governors of the
Jewish Agency and chair-
man of Committee on
Higher Education in Israel.
She is involved with the in-
ternational Steering Com-
mittee for Soviet Jewry.
Proceeds will be used
for the building and de-
velopment of Hadassah
Medical Centers and to
replenish and purchase
necessary equipment.
Mrs. Reuben Bienstock is
chairman of the day. For re-
servations, call Hadassah
House, 357-2920.

•• •

Details of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah's fall educational
awareness program have
been made available, ac-
cording to Ida Joyrich, edu-
cation vice president of the
chapter.
Margaret Silverman
Eichner will teach "The
History of the Holocaust" in
a four-week course begin-
ning 10 a.m. Thursday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
A seminar .on "American
and Zionist Affairs" will be
held 9:30 a.m. Sept. 26 at
the main United Hebrew
Schools auditorium. The
morning session will fea-
ture Dr. Arthur P. Mendel,
professor of Russian history
at the University of Michi-
gan, who will discuss "Peace
_ Now or Secure Peace."
The afternoon session,
beginning at 12:45 p.m.,
will feature Leonard J.J.
Davis, a member of the
staff of Near East Report,
who will speak on "The
View From the Hill."
A. four-week course, "Is-
raeli Social Problems and
Achievements," will begin
10 a.m. Oct. 18, and will be
held at the Zionist Cultural
Center. Dr. Zvi Gitelman,
associate professor of politi-
cal science at U-M, will

teach the class.
There is a charge for the
classes and seminar. Inge
Kramer is president, Nancy
Hirsh and Maxine Steiner
are co-chairmen of Ameri-
can and Zionist affairs,
Rochelle Goldstein is
chairman of the classes.

JERUSALEM — El Al Is-
rael Airlines showed an
operating profit of $6.6 mill-
ion for the fiscal year 1977/
78 (which ended in March),
before financing expenses,
compared with $5.8 million
last year. Net profit this
year is $10,000 against
$280,000 the previous year.
These figures were pre-
sented by the executive
chairman, Mordechai
Ben-Ari, and by the presi-
dent, Mordechai Hod, at a
press conference in Tel Aviv
on Aug. 8, when the balance
sheet was presented.
Fiscal 1977/78 was ex-
pected to be one of the most
profitable years in the com-
pany's history, due to the
continuing increase in pas-
senger loads which began in
1975. An additional advan-
tage to El Al, between
November and March, was
the uniform rate of ex-
change of the dollar, intro-
duced by the Israel govern-
ment's new financial
policies.
However, the financial
results of the year were
adversely affected by
disruptions in the opera-
tion of the company,
through sanctions and
strikes by employees.

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1 brust dekel
14 cup ketchup
14 tsp. flour
1 pkg. onion soup mix
6 potatoes, cut in eighths
Place pre-roasted meat on a
large sheet of heavy-duty
aluminum foil. Mix ketchup
with flour and spread on top of
roast Cover with onion soup
mix. Tightly seal foil and bake
at 350 degrees for two hours.
Unwrap and add potatoes,
then bake another hour or until
tender. Meat can be sliced and
either reheated or cooked In
foil until more tender.

crease of 13 percent. Pas-
senger load factor reached
69 percent against 67.3 per-
cent in 1976/77.
The company financed an
all-time high sum of $26
million from its own re-
sources. Acquisition of fly-
ing equipment for about $51
million from its own funds
were made during the year.

Reservations Open
for High Holidays

Young Israel of Oak-
Woods will begin taking re-
servations for the High
Holidays 10 a.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. Ticket re-
servations may also be
made 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday at
the synagogue.
Ticket committee mem-
bers are Samuel Ginsburg,
chairman; Nathan But-
rimovitz, co-chairman; Wil-
bert Simkovitz, Edward
Lemer, Louis Horowitz, Joel
Bodzin, Jerry Modell, Wolf
Gliksburg, Alan Rothstein
and Morris Music.
The congregation an-
nounces that Rabbi Chaim
Schloss will serve as cantor
for the High Holy Days.

U.S.DA INSPECTED

Starting Sun., Aug. 27th Wu Thurs., Aug. 31st
Frozen TURKEY LEGS

C,
59
Frozen TURKEY WINGS

59%.

By NORMA BARACH

In kosher meat markets,
"brust dekel," the meat cov-
ering the brisket, is a less
expensive roast than the
brisket itself. It can, how-
ever, be most tender and
flavorful. I recently cooked
a brust dekel roast, chilled
and sliced it, and then re-
heated it. Here's how I did
it:

Passengers flown were

1,089,910, compared with
964,507 in 1976/77, an in-

You can be sure it's pure if it's kosher and for the
finest in kosher meats and poultry, SHOP AT YOUR
INDEPENDENT MEMBER MARKET OF THE DE-
TROIT AREA RETAIL KOSHER MEAT DEALERS
ASSOC. LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM. IT'S YOUR AS-
SURANCE OF THE FINEST IN KOSHER PRO-
DUCTS.

(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

PLUS SIN GREEN STAMPS

WE CARRY A COMPLETE
SELECTION Of YOUR
SEAFOOD FAVORITES

El Al Shows a Small Profit

Hadassah Announces Details
of Fall EduCational Program

Brust Dekel Roast

FOR THE FINEST IN PERSONAL
SATISFACTION CALL ONE OF
THESE GREAT SCOTT! STORES!

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MRS. JACOBSON
Hadassah, honorary vice
president of the national
board and chairman of
foundations and grants for

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