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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-05

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44 Friday, November 5, 1982

The phrase "handwriting-
on the wall" is found in the
Book of Daniel.

LARRY FREEDMAN

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shalom Detroit Aids Newcomers

To be strangers in a
strange land is never easy.
But the Women's Division
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration makes strangers
feel more welcome with
"Shalom Detroit."
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Shown at a recent Shalom Detroit gathering are,
from left, chairman Ellie Slovis, associate chairman
Ruth Wayne and speaker Sue Kaufman.
version of Welcome Wagon newcomers receive are invi-
offers friendship to Jewish tations to meetings, High
newcomers in the Detroit Holiday tickets to area syn-
This is the gal
area, according to Melba agogues, a one-month sub-
Winer, education vice scription to The Jewish
president of Women's Di- News, an introductory
vision. "It's difficult for membership to the Jewish
them to get to know the Community Center, a copy
community without some of the guide "Jewish De-
troit" and community
help," she said.
After tenative beginnings brochures, even a jug of
in 1977, the Women's Di- maple syrup from trees at
:,, Your guarantee of Kashruth and freshness,
vision program really took Camp Maas.
when it comes to Kosher dairy products!
P I
Proof of the success of
off three years ago. Mrs.
'
Dozens of Kosher dairy delights, under
Winer says the reaction has Shalom Detroit can be seen
il -- ' supervision of the Metro Kashruth Council
been enthusiastic. "The in the growing involvement
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community has been thril- of Russian immigrants.
Rabbi
Jack
Goldman,
Administrator
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led," she said. "And how else
In the last year, she ex-
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can we reach out and em- plained, many Russian
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brace people? It's just a women, here for three
lovely Jewish thing to do." years or more, have be-
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Shalom Detroit com- come active in Shalom
ADAS
mittee members, headed Detroit. At first, they
by chairman Ellie Slovis; team up with their
11-nr.
meet with new families in American counterparts
the area, bringing infor- and greet other im-
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At an informal gathering
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Many of the newcomers
Since January 1981, 47 were pleased with their first
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families have been wel- meeting and spoke of future
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comed by the committee. participation.
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Among the many benefits
When Women's Divsion
was established in 1946, a
purpose of the group was to
stimulate wider interest in
the Federation, its agencies
and beneficiaries which rely
on it for support. Also, it was
seen as necessary to give
women leaders and workers
the proper share of repre-
sentation and responsibil-
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changed, and Shalom De-
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Jewish Community Council
Delegates to Hear Brodhead

Congressman William
Brodhead will address the
Jewish Community Council
Delegate Assembly 8 p.m.
Monday in Rotenberg Hall
at Cong. Bnai David.
Brodhead will speak on
"The Plight of Soviet Jewry
and America's Foreign Pol-
icy Vis-a-Vis the Soviet
Union."
Brodhead has lent his
support to House Conccur-
rent Resolution 330 which
calls on the USSR to accept
long-time refusnik Ida

Nudel's visa application to
emigrate to Israel after a
four-year exile in Siberia.
He has been a supporter of
Soviet Jewry during his
entire tenure in the House
of Representatives.
Also on the agenda will be
a report from Council
President David Lebenbom
on his recent visit to Israel
and Lebanon.
Following the assembly
will be a social hour hosted
by the Bnai David Sister-
hood.

x*

Council Promotes Allan Gale

Allan Gale has been ap-
pointed acting assistant di-
rector of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, it was an-
nounced by David Leben-
born, president.
A graduate of the Univer-
sity of Minnesota with a de-
gree in political science,
Gale is on the executive
committee of the Coordinat-

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lations.
He is on the executive
board of the Association of
Jewish Community Rela-
tions Workers and active in
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. Junior .Division and
Social Service Section.
Previously, Gale was the
community relations asso-
ciate of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council. He is the
former co-host of the Cafe
Shalom radio program.

ALLAN GALE

Mushroom-Barley
Soup Recipe

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

21/2 lbs. short ribs, cut into
serving pieces
1/2 lb. barley
3/4 cup lima beans
1 /2 lb. fresh mushrooms, cut up
3 carrots, sliced into 1 inch
slices
4 stalks celery, cut into 1 inch
slices
1 large onion, peeled, whole
8V2 cups of water

Add short ribs, beans, bar-
ley and carrots to the water in a
heavy pot. Bring to a boil.
Cook for 2-21/2 hours on a low
heat in a covered pot. The meat
should be nearly soft. Add re-
maining ingredients and cook
until the meat is done, about
another 1 1/2 hours. Serves 5-6.

Betty Phillips was hon-
ored at a cocktail party in
the Farmington Hills home
of Mr. and Mrs. Yale (Irene)
Phillips on the occasion of
her 80th birthday. The
party was given by her chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips,
and grandchildren, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred (Helen) Golden-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
(Lynn) Phillips and Toni
Phillips. Attending the
party were brothers and sis-
ters Messrs. and Mesdames
Max (Ann) Kasoff, Barney
(Pauline) Kasoff and Rose
Kales. Nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends also
attended.

Students Have
Talk With Rabbi

The Jewish Students
Organization at Oakland
University will have "A
Conversation with the
Rabbi," with Rabbi Harold
Loss of Temple Israel, noon
Tuesday in the Fireside
Lounge on campus.
For information, call
the JSO, 377-2020.

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