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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 26, 1919

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Women's Clubs

BATYA CHAPTER,
American
Mizrachi
• Women, will hold a theater

!!

WHY WORRY !!

party and afterglow 8 p.m.
Feb. 3 at the Southfield
Civic Center, where "The
Glass Menagerie" will be
performed. For reservations
and information, call Mrs.
Abraham Selesny, 354-
3494.
* * *
HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FItHTERS,
City of Hope, will have a
members-only meeting
noon Monday at the Labor
Zionist.. Institute. A repre-
sentative of the American
Cancer Society will speak.

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Wyn & Harold Landis

HOME CATERING

Phone 557-6157

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY
WYN-HA ROL D CATERING

For the Finest

Wadding and
Bar Mitiva Album

Call

WINER

And Associates

357-1010

The Most Profitable Way to
Sell Your Household and
Personal Possessions is through

K & B ASSOCIATES

Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will hear Joyce Gar-
rett, director of the depart-
ment of public information
for the city of Detroit, noon
Monday in the temple.
Luncheon will be served
free of charge to paid-up
members. For reservations,
call Shirley Hirsch, 352-
0723; or Noreen Stone,
851-1794. A babysitter will
be available upon request.
, * * *
YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND will hold a meeting
to form an evening chapter
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, in the
home of Vicki Buckfire,
17036 Jill, Southfield. For
information, call . the JNF,
557-6644, or Mrs. Buckfire,
557-3683 after 6 p.m.
* * *
ACHIEZER will hold its
annual games night 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Bnai Is-
rael, 15400 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park. Refreshments will be
served at no charge. Hostes-
ses are Tamy Chelst, Susan
Kraus, Barbara Mandel-
bauni, Lillian Rubinstein
and Faygie Singerman.
There is a charge for the
games night. The public is
invited.

HOUSEHOLD SALES-
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS-APPRAISALS

No obligation
of course

569-0237

Come
Join
Us
For
An
Afternoon
Of
Israeli Fashion
From
Our
Own
- Seligsberg-Brandeis Comprehensive High School
And
Jerusalem Boutiques

-

- etro Hadassah
Middle East to 13e Focus of -114
Day-Long Conference at Temple Emanu-EI

Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
present an all-day confer-
ence on "American Foreign
Policy Decision Making in
the Middle East" 9:45 a.m.
Feb. 15 at Temple Emanu-
El.
The conference will be led
by Prof. Raymond Tanter
and Ms. Nancy Good.
Dr. Tanter is an interna-
tionally recognized expert
on the Middle East. He re-
ceived a PhD degree in
political science from In-
diana University and is now
associate chairman of the
political science depart-
ment of the University of
Michigan. He is visiting
professor at Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, where
for the last five years he has
taught methodology 'and
conducted research on the
Arab-Israeli conflict. Dr.
Tanter serves on numerous
editorial boards and is con-
sultant to the Rand Corp.,
the U.S. Defense Depart-
ment and UNESCO.
Nancy Good received a
BA degree with honors in
political science from
U-M. She is a teaching
assistant and a graduate
student in international
relations at U-M. Author
of numerous articles on
the Middle East, Ms.
Good has spent the last
three summers in the
Some 2,000 youngsters Middle East conducting
enjoyed vacations at the interviews among Israeli,
Fresh Air Society's Camp West Bank, Gaza and
Tamara _ ck last summer — Jordanian citizens. In
almost 700 on full or partial June 1978, she attended
camperships.
the Regional_ _ Arab
Women's Conference in
Amman, Jordan.
The morning session will

METROPOLITAN

I)ETROIT CHAPTER

FASHION

OF HADASSAH
Presents a ...

A New Emphasis on Youth Education
"E.Y.E. BANK DAY _1979"

Free Babysitting
by Reservation
357.2920

Contribution:
One Filled E.Y.E. BANK
or $8.00

No Refreshments —
Our Calories Are
Going to Israel

DR. RAYMOND TANTEP-

cover "American Ideals,
Interests and Commit-
ments," and the afternoon
session will cover "The Poli-
tics of Policy Making."
Luncheon will be served
at noon. There is a fee-, and
prior registration is re-

quired. For informatiela -
call Hadassah, 357-2920.
The program is coordi-
nated by Inge Kramer,
chapter president; Ida
Joyrich, education vice
president; and Bobbie Blitz,
chairman of the day.

Lubavitch Leader Rabbi Kagan*
to Address Wonin's Session

Rabbi Yitzhak M. Kagan
of the Lubavitcher Center
will address the Feb. 17 ses-
sion of the weekend conven-
tion of Lubavitch Women's
Organization, Feb. 16-18.
The melave malka will
take place 8:30 p.m. Feb. 17
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. .
There,will be a deli buf-
fet supper and an origi-
nal audio-visual pre-
sentation. Rabbi Kagan's
discussion is entitled,
"Looking Out for
Number One: The Jewish
Family."
Husbands are invited to
the melave malka. There is
a charge. For information,

RABBI KAGAN
call Rochel Kagan, 542-
5058, or Judy -Karbal, 557-
0392.

NCJW -Hosts Nashville Rabbi to Speak
Literary Series at Orthodox Women's Event

Coordinated and commentated by Marilyn Turner of
Marilyn Turner's of Winchester Mall, Rochester

Tuesday,
January 30,
12:45 p.m.,
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek

NANCY GOOD

Prize%

Thrift Shop Van
Will be Waiting for
Your Gently Used Items

The struggle of women to
work and adapt. to the
environment of Palestine
during the first three de-
cades of the 20th Century,
will be the subject of
National Council of Jewish
Women's Literature Series,
beginning 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the NCJW office,
16400 W. 12 Mile, South-
field.
Jacqueline Zeff, assistant_
professor of English at
Wayne State University,
will lead the discussion on
"The Plough-Women," an
anthology of autobiographi-
cal experiences of women
who came to Israel from
different parts of the world.
Ms. Zeff has lectured on
women's literature at In-
diana University, at a
Modern Language Asso-
ciation Meeting in St.
Louis, in San Antonio,
Texas, and Rochester,
N.Y. In addition, she has
published several papers
and is currently at work
on a book about the poet
Anne Sexton.
The literature series is
part of the contemporary
Jewish affairs programs of
NCJW. The current series
will take place Feb. 7, 14
and 21. For reservations,
call the NCJW, 557-9604.
There is a fee. •

Rabbi Zalman I. Posner,
spiritual leader of Cong.
Sherith Israel in Nashville,
Tenn., for the past 30 years,
will address the annual
.banquet of Mikvah Israel
and the Women's Orthodox
League 6 p.m. Feb. 4 at the
Sheraton Southfield Hotel.
Rabbi Posner was or-
dained at the Lubavitcher

Beef-Barley Soup

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

On cold winter days, a
hot, hearty bowl of soup is
good for lunch or dinner.
Prepare this soup a day
ahead of time so you can
remove the fat from it.

4-6 beef soup bones
10-12 cups water
2 stalks celery, with leaves
4 carrots, cut in half
1 large onion, peeled
1 /4 tsp. white pepper
salt to. taste
3 tbsps. soup greens
3 /4 cup large pearl barley
Add water and bones to pot
and bring to a boil, covered.
Cook on medium,heat one-half
hour. Skim off top of soup. Add
remaining ingredients -and
cook for two hours on a low to
medium heat (covered). Taste
and add more salt, if neces-
sary. Take out bones and re-
frigerate soup overnight. Re-
move fat from top. Reheat and
serve. Serves about eight.

RABBI POSNER

Yeshiva in. New York ac:4,1.,,
assisted survivors in the
displaced persons cam s
and in Jewish communi
in post-war Europe.
He is the founder of
Nashville's Hebrew day
school and is chaplain in
veteran and military instal-
lations in Tennessee. He
has written a book, "Think
Jewish.",
For reservations, call
Davida Cohen, 967-3383.

The mentally retarded
person is one who matures
at a below average rate and
experiences difficulty in
learning, social adjustment
and economic productivity.

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