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December 18, 1959 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, December 18, 1959-22

Blintzes .La Mer for Hanukah

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Suburban
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of Libraries, numbers 1,700
members. Fred Wagman, Uni-
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is president.

(See Suburban, Page 14)

MUSIC BY

Livonia Cong. Releases
Brochure on Synagogue

Hanukah is a time for feasting as well as rejoicing over the
Maccabean triumph. Blintzes-, usually the Shavuot delicacy, are
now introduced • for 'Hanukah, in the following Blintzes La Mer
recipe:

FILLING
1• pint Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish or Fishlets
1 egg; slightly beaten

BATTER
3 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup water
1 ,42 cup liquid from jar of fish
1 cup flour
Drain gefilte fish and save liquid. Mash fish and blend with the egg:
Set aside. Beat the 3 eggs thoroughly; add salt, water and the lh cup
of liquid from fish. Gradually, add this liquid mixture to the cake meal,
stirring constanty and thoroughly to avoid lumps. Pour about .3
tablespoons of the batter on a hot lightly greased skillet and rotate
pan so batter forms a 6" circle. Fry over moderate heat until edges pull
away from pan. Turn out on a clean cloth, cookect side up. Repeat until
all the batter is used. Place a heaping tablespoon of filling in the center
of each leaf. Fold in side edges and roll tightly. Fry until golden brown
in a small amount of fat. Serve with heated Manischewitz Tomato and
Mushroom Sauce. Makes 10-12.

Israeli Actress Wins Title Role in 'Ruth'

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The latest recruit in a full
squad of dark-eyed Israeli ac-
tresses to have made the grade
in Hollywood is Elana Eden, it
is reported by New York Herald
Tribune columnist Joe Hyams.
Miss Eden, whose real name
is Elana Lani Cooper (her name
was changed because-it was too
English). has - the- title role in
"The Story of Ruth," at 20th
Century Fox, according to
Hyams.
The picture also stars Ziva
Rodann, Miss Israel in the Miss
Universe contest, who already
played opposite Kirk Douglas
in "Last Train from Gunhill."
Others, according to Hyams, are
Haya Harareet, who started in
"Hill 24 Doesn't Answer" and
jumped to a lead in the spec-
tacular Bible story "Ben Hur,"
and Chana Eden, star of "Wind
Across the Everglades."

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Hyams says that Elana Eden
was a runner-up for the film
version of "The Diary of Anne
Frank." The 19-year-old Israeli
beauty was born May 1, 1940 on
her father's farm at Vat Yam.

An 120 uncements

Dec. 10
To Mr. and Mrs.
Paul A. Tisdale (Alicia Mar-
golis), of 20085 Votrobeck Ct.,
a son, Laurence Scott.
* * *
Dec. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Davidson (J o a n n e
Kreekun), of 2852- 1 Stuart,
Southfield, a daughter, Deborah
Sue.
* *
Dec. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Goldfarb (Florence
Levy), of Pembroke Ave., a
son, Jeffrey Lawrence.

Completion of a. brochure re-
lating plans of membership in
U 3 Livonia Jewish Cong. and
outlining progress for develop-
ing its future sanctuary was an-
nounced this week by the syna-
gogue's- board of direetors. The
brochure will be mailed shortly
to all residents of the area.
Meanwhile, the project com-
mittee will meet froni 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., this Sunday, at the
Pierson School, 7 Mile at Farm-
ington Rds., to help prospective
members with financial prob-
lems relating to Sunday school
or congregational affiliation.
Registration for the new Sun-
day school term will begin next
month. Any young lady attend-
ing the school will be eligible
for confirmation following corn-
petion of the tenth grade. For
information, call Tzvi Berkal,
BR. 3-8032.

* * *
Hebrew Schools PTO Elects
Mrs, Cohen as President

_ Recently elected- by the Par-
ent Teachers Organization of
the Livonia Branch, United He-
brew School, were the following
women:
Mesdames Laurence Cohen,
president; Richard J. Bayles,
vice-president; Irving Hearshen,
secretary; Sidney Levine, treas-
urer; Irving Alpert, Philip Fox,
John Goldstick, Alter Jablanka,
Bernie Mirkin, Merle Mitchell,
Herbert Silverman and Fred-
erick Schwartz, board members.
The organization will host a
Hanukah party for Hebrew
school students and their fam-
ilies at 3 p.m., Sunday, in the
Pierson School. Students will
participate in the program.

Oak Park Hadassah Groups
Schedule Oneg Shabbat

Oak Park East and West
Groups of the South Oakland
County Chapter of Hadassah
will hold an oneg shabbat at
12:30 p.m., Saturday, in the
home of . Mrs. Frank Nelson,
24240 Morton.
- Participating in the literary
and musical afternoon will be
Mrs. Milton Rosenbaum, who
will present a reading from "A
* * *
Raisin in the Sun"; Mrs. Dell
Dec. 5 — To Dr. and Mrs. Warren, vocalist; and Mrs.
Simon L. Cook (Sandra Berk- David Moss, pianist.
ley), of 19148 Votrobeck, a
daughter, Denise Faith.
O-W Young Israel
* * *
Dec. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs. Begins Jr. Services
Edward Lemer, of 23131 Scotia,
The Young Israel Center of
Oak Park, a daughter, Marsha Oak-Woods is beginning a new
Susan.
Junior Congregation for boys
* * *
and girls 8 to 13.
Dec. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
According to Mrs. Fayga
Harold Reisner (Dorothy Wies- Dombey, chairman of the con-
enberg), of 19324 St. Francis, gregation's educational board,
Livonia, a son, Jerald Bruce.
this new group will supplement
* * *
the activities of the present
Dec. 1
To Mr. and Mrs. group for boys 13 to 16. The
Sidney Welitzken - (Hannah new group will meet at 9:30
Kovalski), former Detroiters, a.m., every Saturday.
now of Jamaica Dr., Miami, Fla.,
a son, Mark.
List Youth Activities
* * *
at Cong. Beth Shalom
Dee. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Two activities • for youth of
Henry Glass (Ida Rapaport), of
Cheyenne Ave., a daughter, Cong. Beth Shalom were an-
nounced this week.
Sharon Michele.
At 8:15 p.m., Saturday, Youth
* * *
Group members will have a hay
Nov. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs. ride, at the synagogue, 14601
Albert Lichtman (Sondra Lincoln, Oak Park. For further
Furst), of 18303 Nadol, South- information call Steve Schwartz,
field, a son, Gary Dale.
LI 7-0634.
* * *
The following day, there will
Nov. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. be a - puppet show, beginning at
Marvin Brooks (Rochelle Nor- 3 p.m., in the synagogue. There
ber), of 18708 Hilton, South- will be nominal admission
field, a son, Jeffrey Scott.
charges for both events.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Prag
Coins deliberately damaged
(Barbara Lieberman), of 21721 cannot be redeemed at face
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