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July 23, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, July 23, 1982

Deadline Nears for Meeting of Pioneer Women/Naamat

Karen Berris. This deadline
will allow time to arrange
for car pools to Akron.
The conference will be
held Aug. 22-24 at the Hil-
ton Inn in Akron. Guest
speakers will include Phyl-
lis Sutker, national
president of Pioneer Women
/ Naamat; Peggy Norton,

ence in Akron, Ohio must

Pioneer Women/ Naamat
Greater Detroit Council
members who plan to attend
the __
Midwest
_ Area Confer-

make their reservations be-
fore July 30, announces
local conference chairman

GETTING THE CHILDREN
TO EAT A DELICIOUS
HOT MEAL IS EASY AS

ABC's & 123's

Area Resident
Funds HUC-JIR
Women's Grant

from
Chef Boy-ar-dee

NEW YORK — A Michi-
gan businessman has estab-
lished a new fellowship pro-
gram for women at the He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
The Frances Grabow
Goldman Memorial Fellow-
ship, established by
Franklin resident Irving L.
Goldman in memory of his
late wife, will provide
$18,000 annually to enable
women of outstanding abil-
ity to pursue advanced
at the college.

ABC's & 123's
from Chef
Boy-ar-dee'
are tasty
pasta alphabet
letters and
numbers covered
with a rich tomato sauce. The
children will absolutely love it as
a delicious hot lunch and as a
tasty dinner side-dish. And so
will the adults! Either way you
serve it, getting the children to
eat is as easy as Aleph Bez!

Detroit Area Retail Kosher'
Meat Dealers Assoc.

These specials prevail at all member markets of the Detroit Area Retail
Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc. Look for this emblem, it is your assur-
ance of the finest of kosher meats and poultry.
All meat, poultry and deli items sold in member markets are
slaughtered and processed under the supervision of a recognized
orthodox rabbinical organization.

Starting Sun., July 25th thru Thurs., July 29th

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$ 1 7 %.

Oven Ready, Cooked

BAR-B-Q CHICKENS

$1 29



while supplies last

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director of the public affairs
committee of the Jewish
United Fund of Chicago; Dr.
Jacqueline Zeff, member of
the local Degania Chapter
and associate professor at
the Midrasha College of-
Jewish Studies and the
Allan/Touro College.

For registration infor-
mation, call Karen Be-
rris, 355-2780; or Pioneer
Women / Naamat, 967-
4750.

Pioneer Women/ Naamat
has established a crises
fund to help the women and
children of Lebanon who
have asked the northern Is-
raeli kibutzim for assis-
tance. For information, call
the office, 967-4750.

Detroiter to Wed
Baltimore Miss

LEA SAMUEL

Mrs. Faiga Samuel of
Baltimore, Md., announces
the engagement of -her
daughter, Lea, to Dr. Mar-
tin Irwin Mally, son of Mrs.
Nora Mally of Oak Park and
the late Mr. Andy Mally.
Miss Samuel, daughter of
the late Mr. Avram Samuel,
received her education and
training in laboratory
technology at Yemin Ord in
Haifa, Israel. Her fiance
earned a BA degree in biol-
ogy and chemistry at Oak-
land University and a PhD
degree in biochemistry at
Wayne State University
School of Medicine.
An October wedding is
planned.

Israel COL
Up in June

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
cost of living index rose by
six pefcent last month,
more than twice the rate
during June last year, the
Central Bureau of Statistics
reported this week.
June is usually regarded
as a "low rise" month. The
increase brought the c.o.l.
rise since the beginning of
the year to 49.9 percent,
with an annual inflation
rate of about 130 percent.
The June hike was due to
increases in all types of
goods apart from fruit and
vegetables, which showed a
slight seasonal drop. The
c.o.l. jump was due also in
part to rises in price con-
trolled articles following
reductions in subsidies, as
well as the first results of
Israel's entry into Lebanon.

Progress, far from con-
sisting in change, depends
on retentiveness . . . Those
who cannot remember
thepast are condemned to
fulfill it.
—George Santayana

Women's Clubs)

(Continued from Page 37)

privileged children in Israel
to camp. Hostesses are
Susie Eskin, Bea Feigel-
man, Ida Frankel, Sylvia
Novetsky, Ann Rosenberg,
Rose Siegel, Sarah Smith,
Bertha Spilman and Ann -
Witzel. Guests are invited.

served. For information,
call Mrs. Chana Michlin,
968-5351.

FANNIE
CHAPTER,

GLUCK

American
Mizrachi Women, will have
a luncheon noon Monday at
Lincoln Towers club house.
Proceeds of the luncheon
will be used to send under-

* * *

DEGANIA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will have
its annual swim party noon
Aug. 1 at the home of Ruth
Miller, 156 Lake Park,
Birmingham. Beverage and
dessert will be provided.
Guests are invited. Ther •
a charge. For reservati
call Jackie Zeff, 8 -
6124; or Barbara Berris,
355-3426.

Chinese
Pot Roast

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

4 carrots
3 stalks celery
1 large onion
41/2 lbs. rolled chuck roast
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 /4 tsp. white pepper
2 tbsps. oil
11/2 cups water
1 /4 cup soy sauce
1 tbsp. honey
1 tbsp. vinegar
2 tbsps. cornstarch
Cut celery and carrots into
11/2 inch slices on a diagonal
slant. Cut onion into thin rings.
Sprinkle spices, meat and
brown with vegetables in oil in
a heavy Dutch oven. Add all
other ingredients except
cornstarch and pour over
meat. Cover and cook for 3
hours or until tender. Add
more water if necessary.
Remove meat and vegeta-
bles. Skim fat from drippings.
Measure 2 cups of drippings.
Blend cornstarch into 1/4 cup of
cold water. Stir into kettle,
cooking until thickened. Serve
over beef. Serves 8.

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