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February 16, 1979 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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Friday, February 16, 1919 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

YOUNG ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
dinner for its "adopt-a-.
child" program 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. The Bais
Yaacov Choir willprovide
entertainment. For infor-
mation, call Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, 398-1177.
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
p.m. Tuesday in the
or Zionist Institute.
Eleanor Yurist will speak
on "Financial Freedom for
Women." Refreshments will
be served. Guests are wel-
come.

BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will hear Dr. Bruce
Danto 12:30 p.m. Feb. 26 in
the temple. Dr. Danto will
speak on "In Defense of
Marriage." Refreshments
will be served. Guests are
invited free of charge.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will meet
12:30 p.m. Feb. 26 in the
synagogue, announces
President- Sharon Leeman.
Guitarist-vocalist Janet
Pont will entertain. For in-
formation, call Erma
Glazer, 354-6459. Refresh-
ments will be served.

* * *

PRIMROSE

BE-

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit and the
League of Catholic
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit will hold
their fourth annual meeting
noon March 8 at Madonna
College. A complimentary
petite luncheon will be
.served.

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Guest speaker will be Dr.
Michael Novak, adjunct
professor of the American
Enterprise Institute in
Washington, D.C. Dr.
Novak's topic will be "The
Family in Today's Society."

Presidents Mrs. Esther
Rosenblum of the League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions and Mrs. C. Bradford
Lundy of the League of
Catholic Women invite the
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* * *

YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND will visit the Detroit
Institute of Arts 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday. The group will
visit the "Art in France
Under the Second Empire"
exhibit. Luncheon will fol-
low at the Traffic Jam.
There is a charge. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call Barbara Shapiro,

557-6249.

* *
BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will hold the
fourth program in its lunch
and learn series following
Shabat morning services
Saturday. Topic -for discus-
sion will be "Passages: A
Jewish Approach to Di-
vorce," announces Adult
Education Chairman Rena
Tobes. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Marvin Margolis, di-
rector of the department of
education and research at
the Detroit Psychiatric In-
stitute, faculty member of
the Michigan Psychoanaly-
tic Institute and president
of the Michigan

Columnist to Address NCJW
Forum for Widowed, Divorced

Women Sponsor
Interfaith Event

All Occasion Band

NEVOLENT CLUB will
meet noon Monday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
Petite luncheon will be
served by social chairmen
Ruth Alter and Estelle Al-
ter.

"Room To Grow," a forum
for widowed and divorced
men and women and their
families, will take place
12:15 p.m. Feb. 25 at the
Jewish Community Center.
The program has been or-
ganized by SPACE, a - com-
munity service of the
Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, in cooperation with
the Center.
Detroit Free Press col-
umnist Nickie McWhirter
will launch the afternoon's
activities with a keynote
address. Her talk will be fol-
lowed by a choice of 10
workshops for adult partici-
pants, as well as a full pro-
gram for youngsters.
Topics include: single
parenting, intimacy and re-
lationships, coping with
stress and career planning.
A, special program on par-
enting for the widowed will
be offered, as well as a talk
on understanding grief. A
workshop entitled "Mostly
for Men" will deal with
those special problems fac-
ing fathers who are divorced
or widowed.
Youth participants, in
their own program,
Stretch and Grow, will
participate ' in
professionally-led rap
sessions, at different age
levels and recreational
activities. Children's
programs will focus on
enhancing self-images
and expanding a youngs-
ter's capacity to crea-
tively encounter new ex-
periences. For pre-school
children, day care serv-
ices will be available.
There is a charge per fam-
ily.
SPACE was organized,
last spring by the NCJW as
a response to the needs of
the widowed, divorced and
separated in the commu-
nity.
Audrey Wasserman,
Barbara Cook and Chuck
Chomet are chairmen of
the SPACE Forum Com-
mittee. Other SPACE
programming includes
weekly support groups
for both the divorced and
widowed, the publication
of a bi-monthly newslet-
ter and a spring family
retreat.

To register, call the
NCJW office, 55''-9604, by
Monday. Participants
should request a "Room To
Grow" forum brochure and
registration form.

Cabbage, Meat
Recipe Offered

By NORMA BARACH,

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

The Women's Organiza-
tion of Yeshiva High School
of Queens, N.Y., has put out
a new cookbook called
"Tastefully Yours." The sec-
tion on meat and poultry for
a kosher homemaker is
especially helpful. I found
something there that
caught my eye, since my
children like the flavor of
stuffed cabbage — but not
the cabbage itself: they un-
roll the cabbage to get to the
meat. This recipe offers a
way to separate the cabbage
and the meat, and yet still
retain the flavor of stuffed
cabbage. To order this book,
send $6.50 to The Women's
Organization, Yeshiva
High School of Queens,
86-86 Palo Alto St., Hollis-
wood, N.Y., 11423.
1 large head of cabbage

1 1/2 lbs. chopped meat
seasoning to taste
1 1-lb. can jellied cranberry
sauce
1 8-oz. can tomato sauce
8 oz. water
Season meat to taste. Form
into small balls. Shred cab-
bage and put it on bottom of
large saucepan. Place meat-
balls on top. Add cranberry
sauce, tomato sauce and
water. Cover and simmer one
hour (or longer) until cabbage
and meat are done. Serve on a

bed of cooked rice.

POWs Released

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael last Thursday released
14 Lebanese prisoners cap-
tured during its incursion
into south Lebanon 10
months ago.

Psychoanalytic Society. For
reservations, call Mrs. To-
bes, 557-4625, or Ronna
Rosenbaum, 968-0432.
cholent lunch will be pre-
pared by Pearlena Bodzin.
The book discussion
group will meet 1 p.m.
Tuesday in the home of
Pearlena Bodzin, 14621
Balfour, Oak Park. Partici-
pants are requested to read
"City of Many Days" by
Shulamith Haraven prior to
the meeting. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Rosenbaum
or Mrs. Bodzin, 968-0075.
* * *
OAKFIELD CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will sponsor a mah
jongg tournament 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Northgate
East Apts. club house.
There will be refreshments
and gifts. There is a charge.
For information, call Mar-
gie Franklin, 548-2884, or
Barbara Hecker, 547-7706.

A

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ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Feb. 26 in the
Northgate Apts. club house.

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