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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-18

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22

Miss Gold Becomes
Bride of Air. Apsel

41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, Sep t. 18, 1959 —

omen s L,lubs

(More Clubs, Page 22)
A report of the Pioneer Wo-
men convention in Ohio will be
given at the next meeting of
CLUB ONE at 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Hayim Greenberg
Center. Delegates to the con-
vention were -Mesdames Rose
Naimark. Dora Kum o v e and
Rose Drachler. Brunch will be
served.

Mrs. Andrew Blau, chairman
of the board of the HOME
RELIEF SOCIETY, will be
hostess to a regular meeting of
the organization at her home,
20121 Ardmore, Sept. 28. Co-
hostess will be Mrs. Maurice
Garelik. A dessert luncheon
will be served. Mrs. John Moss-
man is chairman of the fund-
raising dinner dance to take
place Nov. 14 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Yearbook chair-
man Mrs. Garelik will be
assisted by Mesdames Sidney
Tauber and John Herman.

YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM will hold its first
meeting at the home of pres-
ident Mrs. Mervin Gardner, at
13245 Vassar at 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day. The group was hostess at
the U.S.O. Monday.

FIDELITY LADIES CLUB
will launch its membership
drive at the home of Mrs.
Philip Shapiro, 13331 Oak Park
at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Com-
prised of the .mothers, wives
and daughters of Masonic mem-
bers: the group aids handicap-
ped children. Recently named
financial secretaries are Anna
Lobel and Esther Gersuk. For
information about the group,
call LI 1-7868.
* *
Mrs. J. Friedman, president
of the DAVID - HORODOKER
YOUNG WOMEN'S ORGANI-
ZATION announces that fall
activities will begin with a
meeting Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Bernard Chase, 15331
Rosemary, Oak Park. Plans are
in progress for a donor lunch-
eon Dec. 1 at Holiday Manor.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. M. Weinstein at UN
4-8307.

Dr. Ralph Rabinowitz, direc-
tor of Hawthorne Center in
Northville, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the
HEBREW LADIES AID SOCI-
ETY at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Holiday Manor, 18641 Wyoming,
announces Mrs. David Weiss,
president. A dessert luncheon
will be served. All who are in-
terested are invited . to attend.

A board meeting of the JUN-
IOR PRIMROSE CLUB will be
held Monday in the home of
Esther Sherman, 24281 Berkley,
Oak Park. Plans will be made
for the coming seventh annual
donor luncheon.
* *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold its first
meeting at 8:30 p.m. Monday.
A program,_ arranged by vice
president Mrs. Helen Levy, will
include reports and film show-
ings of the recent national
convention in California. A
birthday celebration commem-
orating seven years of the
group's humanitarian work will
also be held.

Varied approaches in the
observance of the High Holy
Days and Sukkot will be de-
tailed by Mrs. Noam Shudofsky
at ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD'S initial oneg shabbat at
p.m. Saturday in the home of
Mrs. Edward A. Stern. Current
news items and background on
the sabbath itself will be ex-
plored by Mesdames Daniel
Knoffer and Sam Shevitz.
Musical duo Mr. and Mrs.
Shimon Gewirtz will lead the
group in an informal song fest.

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FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will begin its
21st year of activities with a
luncheon and cash shower Mon-
day in the Garden Room of
Rainbow Terrace. Hostess will
be Mrs. Emil Spilman. Proceeds
will go for linens and supplies
for the children in the Miz-
rachi Women's homes in Israel.
Cantor Hyman Adler will pre-
sent a program of English and
Hebrew songs, accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. Bella Gold-
berg. Friends are invited to
attend.

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n the Air!

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: • WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Bertram W.
Korn, of Col_g. Keneseth Israel,
Philadelphia, Pa., will speak on
"Where Shall We Find Help?"
* *
COUNCIL - ALTMAN - HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Jerome Silberman,
president of the Beth Aaron
Men's Club, and Maynard Feld-
man, vice-president, will discuss
the forthcoming visit of Shaul
Ramati, Consul of Israel.

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Dr. Richard C. Hertz,
of Temple Beth El, recently
returned from a tour of Poland
and Russia, will discuss "Jews
Behind the Iron Curtain" in an
interview with Boris M. Joffe,
executive director of the Jewish
Community Council, in light of
the visit to the United States of
Russia's Premier Nikita S.
Khrushchev.

* * * •
HOLIDAY TELECAST

Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
2).
Feature: "With Prayers, Peni-
tence and Forgiveness," a spe-
cial telecast marking spiritual
preparation for the High Holy
Days, will be presented by the
culture commission of the Jew-
ish Community Council. Partici-
pating are Rabbi Sherwin T.
Wine, of Temple Beth El; Can-
tor Reuveri Frankel, of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek; and Barney Lee
and Mary Lee, as narrators.
* * *

THE ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "A Skillful Song,"
by Joseph Mindel, will tell the
story of two brothers: one man's
fulfillment and another man's
success, pointing up that the
two are not necessarily tied
together—but that, rather, each
man must have the wisdom to
accept from life what it offers
him. The coast-to-coast radio
program is conducted under the
auspices of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America.

Set 'Night in Hawaii'

Detroit Socialites will stage
a cabaret-style production, "A
Night in Hawaii" as its season's
premiere Saturday night in the
main hall of Cong. Beth Abra-
ham, 8100 W. Seven Mile.
Dance and entertainment
varieties partly characteristic
of the local color of Hawaii will
be highlighted, announces vice-
president Rose A. Altman.
Club hostesses will serve re-
freshments, and a social hour,
featuring dancing to the Fair-
lanes Orchestra, will follow.
The group will show a classic
of the motion picture screen
on Sept. 30.

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LEAH LEONARD

CUCUMBER RELISH
6 large cucumbers (yellow ones
may be used)
4 large green peppers, stems and
seeds removed
3 large onions, peeled and quar-
tered
1/4 cup salt
V2 cup prepared horseradish
1 /2 cup sugar
11,b teaspoons mustard seed
teaspoon celery seed
Vinegar as directed below

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MRS. LEONARD APSEL

Miss Carolyn Sue Gold, daugh-
ter of the Nathaniel W. Golds,
of Huntington Woods, was un-
ited in marriage to Leonard
Apsel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Apsel, of Greenlawn
Ave. on Aug. 30 at the Whittier
Hotel. Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
officiated.
The bride wore a white or-
ganza floor-length gown and
carried a Bible graced with a
white orchid.
Matron of honor was her sis-
ter Mrs. S'heldon Rovin, of Ann
Arbor, while best man was
Warren Tessler.
Out-of-town guests at the
ceremony were the bride's
grandmother, Mrs. Regina Good-
man, of Burbank, Calif., Mr. L.
Arthur Goodman, of Los An-
geles, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Gilbert, of New York.
Mr. Apsel, a graduate of
Wayne State University, will
continue his studies at the Uni-
ersity of Michigan. He and the
new Mrs. Apsel, a former
Wayne State student, will re-
side in Detroit following a hon-
eymoon trip through the mid-
west.

Men's Clubs

8rtgag ements

EGGPLANT-TOMATO RELISH
2 medium size eggplant (2 to 212
pounds)
1/2 cup salad or olive oil
2 onions, diced (about 1 cupful,
packed)
21/2 cups cooked tomato, after strain-
ing
1 cup diced celery, leaves included
1 cup diced green peppers
4 tablespoons capers (optional)•
4 tablespoons wine or cider yin-
egar
3 tablespoons dark brown sugar
Salt and pepper to taste

Peel and dice the eggplants.
Heat oil in a large frying pan,
add eggplant and saute about 8
minutes or till tender and trans-
parent. Remove the eggplant
with a perforated spoon and set
aside while frying prepared on-
ions, tomato, celery and green
peppers in the same frying pan
till tender. Stir while the mix-
ture is frying, approximately 5
minutes. Add the cooked egg-
plant, capers if used, then the
vinegar and sugar. Taste and

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At a recent general mem-
bership meeting of the CONG.
GEMILUTH • CHASSODIM
MEN'S CLUB, Herman Doiny
was elected president; Men-
asche Haar and Jack Stattman,
vice presidents; Moritz Katz-
mann, treasurer; Martin Salo-
mon, recording secretary, and
Henry Rosenmund, correspond-
ing secretary. New members of
the board are W. Haase, J.
Hurtig, M. Katz, R. Leiser, K.
Lowy, B. Weissenberg, H. 'Wen-
ner, M. Werner and N. Robert,
as ex-president. They will be
installed Thursday at Jericho
Hall, 18495 Wyoming. The an-
nual Men's Club dance is sched-
uled for Nov. 14 at Beth Abra-
ham Hall. Regular educational
and social affairs will be held
every fourth Thursday of the
month at Jericho Hall.
* * *
President Max Haidy an-
nounces the fifth anniversary
of the CRESCENT SHRINE
CLUB, with a party at 7:30
p.m. Sept. 26 at the Latin Qua'
ter, Woodward Ave. and Grand
Boulevard. All Nobles, their
wives and friends are invited.
There will be two orchestras
playing dance music, one Latin
and one ballroom.

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GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
FOR THE COMING
NEW YEAR

Branch Two, LZO Opens
Year with Buffet Supper

An outline of the coming sea-
son will be discussed at the
first meeting of Branch Two,
Labor Zionist Organization. at
6:30 p.m. Sunday in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mondry,
of 22902 S. Bellwood. South
field.
A buffet supper will be
served and Bernard Linder-
man, chairman of the branch,
will give a detailed report of
last year's activities.

add salt and pepper necessary
to suit your own taste and re-
quirements. Cover and let sim-
mer over reduced, heat, stirring
every five minutes, only till the
mixture has thickened. Let cool
in the pan then turn into a
large glass jar or into jelly
glasses. Cover and chill before
Peel and remove seeds from serving time. Yield approxi-
cucumbers after cutting into mately 6 jelly glasses.
halves, lengthwise. Put the. first
*Capers are tiny buds that
three ingredients through coarse
blade of food chopper or chop came either salted, or in brine .
in small jars. They are an ex-
in a large wooden bowl. Add
addition to salads as well
salt, mix thoroughly and let cellent
stand in wooden bowl or glass as relishes.
container overnight. In the
morning, drain and add remain-
ing ingredients listed, using just
enough vinegar to prey en t-
scorching. Cook, uncovered, 5 to
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Cohen
8 minutes. Turn into pint jars,
cover while hot. and let stand in announce the engagement of
a cool place till a half hour be- their daughter, Risha Gail, to
fore serving. Chill in refriger- Dr. Gerald W. Krakower, son
ator and serve with main dishes of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kra-
as a relish. Yields approximate- kower, of New York City. A
ly 2 pints. May be stored in re- December wedding is being
frigerator for one or two weeks. planned.

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