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November 26, 1982 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign Beneficiaries Facing
Shortages 5 Open Cash Drive

Allied Jewish Campaign
beneficiaries are facing se-
vere budget cutbacks and
an intensive cash collection
period is being mounted
through the month of De-
cember.
Campaign Chairman Joel
Tauber explained that the
major areas in which com-
mitments are needed im-
mediately are pledges and
payments for the 1982 and
1983 Campaigns, and cash
for the special Israel Emer-
gency Fund and Detroit's
Project Renewal.
"The next month will be a
time to back up our prom-
ises with our dollars," said
Tauber.
The 1982 Campaign
still needs more than

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The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University will hear poet
Martin Grossman 11:50
a.m. Dec. 6 in the Hillel
Lounge, 667 Student Center
Building, on campus.
Harvey Nussbaum, pro-
fessor of management at
WSU, will speak on "Busi-
ness Schools and Business
Ethics" 11:50 a.m. Wednes-
day at Hillel.
The local affiliate will
mark Partitiop Day Mon-
day, and will feature the
folksingers, "Gemini," and
the Israel Scene Caravan. A
veteran of the Lebnon cam-
paign and a former PLO
prisoner will speak.

Tuna Fish Pie
By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

1 13 oi. can tuna
2 cups mashed potatoes
salt, pepper
1 fried onion
Legg
2 tbsps. butter
2 tbsps. flour
3/4 cup hot milk
1 oz. shredded cheese
Add egg to mashed
potatoes. Add salt and pepper
to taste. Mix in fried onion.
Lightly grease a 9-inch pie pan
and pat in potato to make a
crust. Melt butter, blend in
flour. Then slowly stir in hot
milk. Bring to a boil, stirring all
the time. Remove from flame.
Flake tuna and add to sauce.
Pour over potato pie crust. Top
with shredded cheese. Bake at
350 degrees until crust is
brown. Serves 4-6.

Branch Seven, Labor
Zionist Alliance, will, hold
its annual dinner Dec. 5 at
the Labor Zionist Institute,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park.
Guest speaker will be
Lawrence Jackier, who will
relate his experience with
the Jews of Ethiopia, the

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will take the form of a series
of telethons which were in-
itiated this month and will
continue through early De-
cember. The telethons are
being fueled by the com-
bined efforts of the collec-
tion review committee,
headed by chairman Bill
Sherr, and the cash mobili-
zation committee, under
chairman Lou Berry.

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amount is vital for the
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its services to those
under financial and emo-
tional stress, as well as
the aged, handicapped
and young people.
The special Emergency
Fund needs immediate cash
to sustain Israeli services
cut back during the recent
crisis in Lebanon, while De-
troit's Project Renewal
commitment has a $1 mil-
lion deficit. The program
involves improvement of
conditions in the disadvan-
taged ares of Ramla, De
troit's twin city in Israel.
Advance payments on the
1983 Campaign also will be
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