at Aug. 17 Event
What's Cooking in Israel?
Many Delicious Foods Tempt the Gourmet
A testimonial program hon-
By ANNA G. SLOMOVITZ
oring Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ros-
The pot is boiling, and the
enberg is being planned by the
Keshenever Bessarabier Society primas—the firsts—are fast
at 7 p.m., Aug. 17, at Lutzker disappearing.
The electric stove is making
its way into many homes. Elec-
tricity is no longer rationed.
Water is more plentiful. You
no longer see lines of people
waiting at the food counters.
The new markets offer you
everything that your purse can
buy. Fruits and vegetables are
so very tasty, since one eats
from garden to table.
Totzereth Haaretz—the prod-
ucts of the land—entice you.
There a r e ,.;a:WAT*7.
lots of good
jams, and you ti
can get plenty
and the serv-
ice is west-
One of the
foods I espe-
cially enjoyed Mrs. Slomovitz
was summer squash, marrow
and tomatoes, stewed together.
The combination is good.
Egg plant, too, is still "going
strong." A small egg plant,
baked and then scooped back
into the shell with a slice of
broiled tomato on top, is de-
licious. It's strictly kosher, and
is served in the American style.
To enjoy a pleasant weekend,
the Dolphin House is most ele-
gant and restful. Their foods
are well prepared, and there is
entertainment, miniature golf, a
pool—as clear as . crystal—and
an evening of music and enter-
So, all in all, "Israel lives,"
and the gourmet-traveler can
eat, drink and be merry.
Ceresnie Sale .a
Real Cool 'Steal'
"Don't steal 'em; the prices
are low enough!" Ceresnie
Brothers are pleading as they
open their annual August Fur
They allude to "the great fur
robber y" which practically
cleaned out their store at 19386
Livernois a few months ago.
"Are these all new furs you
are showing?" someone asked.
"They have to be," they an-
swered. "The old ones are on
the hot-fur market; the thieves-
took everything . . . including
the coat hangers!"
On a serious note, Ceresnie
Brothers pointed out that they
are featuring the latest crea-
tions in mink, Alaska seal,
beaver, Persian lamb, broadtail
and otter. Everyone is welcome
. . . but please, don't make any
fast moves; the boys are
A typical breakfast at the Dan
Hotel in Tel Aviv consists of:
Orange or grapefruit juice;
Herring, pickled or plain;
Grated carrots, made with
lemon juice, sugar and salt;
Wonderful rolls, toast and
The ninth annual picnic of butter.
PISGAH LODGE will be held
at Middle Rouge Park Sunday,
announces Alex Gersiek, presi-
dent. Games, starting at 1 p.m.,
will be arranged for all age
groups, and prizes will be
awarded. Other entertainment
will also be provided, according
THE AARON ROSENBERGS to Morris Burnstein, picnic
Two past presidents of the
chairman. Directions: Take W. Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Want The Best?
Hall, 15775 James Couzens, it is Warren, turn right to Edward Women's Council are in line for
Ask the Folks Who've Had
announced by Louis Bassin, Hines Drive and follow arrows tthe presidency of District No.
past president of the group.
SAM BARN ETT
to picnic grounds. Members, 6, following their recent elec-
The Keshenever Society, one families and friends are invited. tion at the District convention
and his Orchestra
of the oldest Landsmanshaften
in Winnipeg, Canada.
groups in Detroit, will pay
Mrs. Morris Tack and • Mrs.
tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Rosen- I LOUIS STONE LODGE has Alfred E. Lakin, previously an-
berg for their "32 years as ac- scheduled its fourth annual pic- nounced as the new District
tive participants in every un- nic this Sunday, at Lola Valley
Dinner at DARBYS
dertaking the organization has Park. This year, the outing will
is a real treat!
embarked upon in its efforts take the form of a shower to
on behalf of Jewish life in this replenish the dispensary at the
community and toward the Penrickton Nursery for Visually
• Visit Our New
Plans for a rummage sale and
establishment and the security Handicapped Children. Mem-
Lounge and Bar
of the state of Israel," Bassin
vited to attend and to bring any
picnic will be presented at a
summer meeting of the Lt.
He recalled the couple's
for the nursery school, which
ROY F. GREEN AUXILIARY,
Snacks . . . a
"generous contributions in time,
effort and material assistance,"
Memorial Home. Members who
and lauded the Rosenbergs' blind youngsters.
are attending the national con-
children and their families for
"following in the footsteps of Open Harlan House,
Resv. UN. 2 7642
Hotel, New York, are Mesdames
their parents by dedicating
Sylvia Zide, Ruth Weiss, Sarah
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
themselves to every worthy Luxury Hotel-Motel
Nemon and Esther Feld.
Harlan House, a unique 126-
Participating in the program unit hotel-motel, on the John
will be the couple's children, C. Lodge Expressway between first vice-president and fourth
representatives of the Odessa W. Grand Blvd. and Milwaukee vice-president, respectively, are
Progressive Aid Society, in Ave., was formally opened the two local women's leaders.
Now Exclusive Caterers at the Beautiful Air-Conditioned
which the Rosenbergs are Wednesday under Samuel N.
Mrs. Tack, by virtue of her
Sholem Aleichem Institute
members; the Jewish National Gershenson's management. Ger- present post in the District, will
Also catering in your home, favorite hall, temple or hotel.
Fund, which received a piece trude Engel served as party be automatically nominated for
GREENFIELD at 7 MILE ROAD
of land on which to erect a planner and social secretary. the top District office at next
JNF House; and other groups.
This is the first time that the
At this celebration, Mr. and Gershenson family — including in all probability, will be presi-
Mrs. Rosenberg will receive a Aaron H., Charles H., William dent four years hence.
BACK FROM VACATION
certificate from the JNF at- and Samuel N. Gershenson-
Other Detroiters named to
testing to the establishment of has teamed up with C. Allen the District board were Mes-
a nachla in their name on JNF Harlan to make hotel-motel dames Phillip Fealk, Henry P.
land in Israel.
Onrich and David Grosberg.
Mrs. Charles • Solovich, na-
Consisting of an L-shaped
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—Miami three-story motel building fac- tional president from Detroit,
Beach, a training ground for ing onto a central four-story was honored at a testimonial
Air Force personnel during two steel and glass hotel structure, luncheon, at which presenta-
wars and site of the state's first Harlan House features a sun tions were made by the District,
flying field, has no airport of deck enclosing a 50x25 foot the Detroit Council and Pisgah
BUY NOW AND SAVE AT
heated contour swimming pool. Chapter. She also was made an
The ground floor of the cer- honorary citizen of Winnipeg
amic tiled hotel features a by the city's mayor, and was
FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL: DI 1-4525
restaurant and cocktail lounge given the title of provost for
or stop at 13523 W. 7 MILE RD. at SCHAEFER
which opens for a view of the Winnipeg's traditional buffalo
Offer Good to August 14
sun deck and swimming pool. hunt.
Mrs. Rol: eft A. Coggan, out-
Other services include four
large meeting rooms and room going district president, was
Twenty-five year membership
The first automatic dial tele-
phone system of its kind in emblems were awarded to Mrs.
Michigan has been installed, Solovich, Mrs. Samuel Gold and
making it possible for guests Mrs. S. Feldman, all of Pisgah
to place all calls, both local Chapter, a n d Mesdames S.
and long distance, from their Schreier, and M. Fertel, of Kei-
Gold and silver certificate
awards in allocation and over-
RESERVE NOW FOR
Bombay Officials Honor
allocations in fund-raising were
FALL or WINTER CRUISE
Periodical's First Year
made to Handler, Gershwin,
NEW DELHI, (JTA)—The
We have complete listings on ALL CRUISES to the
first anniversary of the India- Marshall, Einstein, Israel, Busi-
Israel Review was marked this ness and Professional, Pisgah,
Caribbean, Mediterranean and Pacific areas.
week by congratulatory mes- Oak-Woods, Herzl, Fox and Sub-
sages to the Bombay Jewish urban Chapters; membership
Association from leading offi- awards were given Suburban,
For Inquiry About
Handler, Keidan and Dov Fren-
cials of Bombay.
Paying tribute to the goal of kel Chapters; and Handler also
and Prices of
the periodical — strengthening received an award for its bulle-
Indian-Israel friendship were tin in the mimeographed divi-
Your Choice . .
Y. B. Chavan, Chief Minister of sion.
Mrs. Gerald Gorman was one
Bombay, P. T. Borale, the
Mayor of Bombay, K. K. Shah, of three District women to re-
president of the Bombay Re- ceive the BBYO Service Key
gional Congress Committee, and Mrs. Leonard Sims, only Dis-
Order it at your
Kalasaheb Kalelkar, member of trict delegate to the triennial
convention in Jerusalem, report-
the Indian Parliament.
19437 LIVERNOIS AT OUTER DR.
ed to the delegates on the Is-
or Food Takeout Store
Classified Ads bring results! rael parley.
in Line for BB
AY and BILL KOZIN
• • •
REISMAN'S POULTRY & FISH MKT,
Be Quick Like a
ELKIN HOTEL & TRAVEL BUREAU