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April 08, 1960 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 8, 1960 —

News Brevities

Rabbi SHERWIN T. WINE,
of Detroit's Temple Beth El, will
represent the Jewish Chutau-
qua Society as lecturer at Cleary
College, Ypsilanti, on Wednes-
day. He will speak at an assem-
bly on the subject "The. Jewish
Ceremonies the World Has Ad-
opted."
* * *
Cyril Ritchard, Cornelia Otis
Skinner, Leo G. Carroll and
Conrad • Nagel share stellar hon-
ors in the Broadway comedy,
"THE PLEASURE OF HIS
COMPANY," which begins a
two week engagement at the
Shubert Theatre on April 11.
The - play is being presented in
Detroit as the ninth attraction
of the season on the Theater
Guild-American Theater Soci-
ety's subscription series. •
* *
RENAISSANCE MUSIC
GUILD; Inc., will sponsor the
Detroit appearance of Ralph
Kirkpatrick, harpsichordist, in
concert-with the Toledo Orches-
tra, Joseph Hawthorne, conduc-
tor, at the Scottish Rites Audi-
torium of Masonic Temple at
8:20 p.m. Sunday.
* * *
Mrs. LEE FRANKLIN WEIN-
STOCK was elected an honorary
advisor and delegate to the Jun-
ior Achievement Southeastern
Michigan C o n f-e r e n c e. Mrs.
Weinstock, an attorney and for-
mer educator, was the first hon-
orary representative to be elect-
ed in the history of the confer-
ence.
* * *
The newly-formed _GUSSIN
FAMILY CLUB will meet this
Sunday evening, in the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Feldman,
24651 Santa Barbara, South-
field. At its first meeting, the
group elected Isadore Gussin,
president; Dr. David Marks,
vice-president; Mrs. Bertha Gus-
sin, secretary; and Max Fine,
treasurer. The sunshine com-
mittee includes Mesdames Lena
Gussin, Clara Marks and Alice
Fine. All members of the fam-
ily are invited to attend. For
information, call Isadore Gus-
sin, KE 3-0852.
* *
Prof. MITCHELL I. GINS-
BERG has been appointed As-
sociate Dean at the New York
School of Social Work, Columbia
Unixersity, it was announced

by Dr. Grayson. Kirk, president
of the university. Prof. Gins-
berg, whose major area of spe-
cialization has been in group
work and community organiza-
tion, has been a professor at
the New York School of Social
Work since 1958.
* * *
The appointment of Dr. AL-
EXANDER ALTMANN, inter-
nationally known scholar and
religious leader, to head a new
department at Brandeis Uni-
versity, has recently been an-
nounced by Dr. Abram L. Sa-
char, president of the univer-
sity. Dr. Altmann will direct the
Philip W. Lown Institute for
Advanced Judaic Studies estab-
lished by Philip W. Lown.
* * *
Rabbi HAROLD H. GORDON,
executive vice-president of the
New York Board of Rabbis, was
given life tenure by the board
at a dinner celebrating his 25th
anniversary in the rabbinate and
his 13th year with the board.
This was the first time in Amer-
ican Jewish organizational life
that an executive -head was
elected for life.
* * *
J. BOAS POPPER, guest lec-
turer in the department of me-
chanics at the Israel Technion,
in Haifa, has once again won
first prize in the international
competition for Ingenious
Mechanisms, sponsored by "Ma-
chinery" magazine. Popper, who
receives. a .$300 prize, submitted
a paper describing a practical
application • of the gyroscopic
precision principle to the grind-
ing of diamond photograph sty-
luses. The Technion lecturer
also won first prize in the con-
test last year.
* * *
GEORGE BRODY, law re-
search clerk of Federal Judge
Theodore Levin, has been
named to succeed Walter Mc-
Kenzie as bankruptcy referee
in the Federal court here.

Manischewitz Menu
for Holiday Seder
Offers New Recipes

From the Deborah Ross Kitch-
ens of the B. Manischewitz Co.,
manufacturers of kosher foods,
come two delightful new recipes
for the coming Passover season.
The recipes are included in
the suggested dinner menu for
the seder which follows:

Print 'People of Exodus'
DINNER MENU
in English Version
Gefilte Fish with Horseradish

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An En- Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls
glish-language version of Itzhak Roasted Chicken Giblet Stuffing
Perlow's "People of Exodus,"
Oven Browned Potatoes
dealings with the tribulations Carrot Tzimmes Kosher Pickles
of the 4,500 refugees on the Ex-
Matzos Chocolapple Cake
odus, which tried and failed in
Tea
or
Black Coffee
* * *
1949 to land its passengers. in
GIBLET STUFFING
Palestine, was published here.
6 tablespoons vegetable shortening
The author who, with his
or chicken fat
wife, singer Lola Folman, was lh cup minced onion •
5 matzos, broken
among the passengers on the
1 teaspoon salt
1/2
teaspoon pepper
ship, which was ordered re-
1/2
tablespoon paprika
turned to occupied Germany by
1 egg
the British government, said he
1 cup condensed clear chicken
soup, undiluted
hoped the book would be pub-
Giblets from chicken
- lished in other languages.
Cook giblets in water until tender
or 3 hours. Mince. Saute onion
Written and published in Ar- —2
in fat until tender but not browned.
gentina in Yiddish in 1949, Add broken matzos and toast lightly.
Combine seasonings, egg and soup.
"People of Exodus" tells of the Add
to matzo mixture along with
reactions of the survivors of the minced _giblets. Enough for a large
Hitler holocaust during the trip chicken.
• • •
of the boat to Palestine and on
CHOCOLAPPLE CAKE
1 package Passover Chocolate Cake
its return voyage.

Music Study Junior Group
to Hear Young Violinist

Junior Group of the Music
Study Club will meet at 2 p.m.,
Sunday, in the home of Sylvia
Kaufman, 18701 Pennington,
when Gibson Vaughan, 10-year-
old pupil of Mischa Mischakoff
will be guest soloist.
The meeting will be devoted
to the composer Tschaikovsky.
Boys and girls, 10 to 14, wishing
additional information may con-
tact the group's president, David

2 eggs
11/4 cups apple sauce
1 cup chopped nuts
Mix cake as directed on package
but omit the water and substitute
the applesauce, adding 1/2 in step
6 and the rest in step 7. Fold nuts
in at the end. May be baked as
directed on the package, or for a
layer cake, bake in two 8" pans
at 350° F. for 35-40 minutes. Cool
thoroughly as directed on package
and frost with Apple Fluff and
garnish as desired.

FLUFF,
APPLE FLUFF
1 cup thin sliced raw
1 cup sugar
1 egg white
11/2 tablespoons lemon juice
Place all ingredients in mixing
bowl. Beat slowly at first but then
at moderate speed until smooth and

Brenda Stone Wed Third Volume of Bernard Isaacs'
to Jerrold -Wauldron Short Stories Published in Israel

MRS. JERROLD WAULDRON

In a ceremony solemnized
Feb. 6, in the study of Rabbi
Bebjamin H. Gorrelick, at Beth
Aaron Synagogue, Brenda Gail
Stone became the bride of Jer-
rold Wauldron.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stone, of
Radclift Ave., Oak Park. Mr.
Wauldron is the son of Mrs.
Betty Wauldron and the late
Mr.' Earl Wauldron.
Following the wedding, a
dinner in honor of the couple
was held at the Club Alamo.
Mr. and Mrs. Wauldron are now
making their home on Galpin
Ave., in Royal Oak.

WSU Senior Gets Top
Prizes in Photo Contest

Four top photography prizes
in the recent 12th annual
Michigan Photo Short Course
were awarded to Wayne State
University journalism senior
Al Stross, 36, of 68 W. Ferry.
The conference, which took
place at Michigan State's Kel
log Center, was sponsored by
the Michigan Press Association
and the MSU school of jour-
nalism.
Photo editor for the Wayne
Engineer magazine, Stross for-
merly served in that capacity
for The Daily Collegian, cam-
pus newspaper.
His prize-winning photos,
taken during his three semes-
ters with the paper, will be
displayed throughout the state
during the coming year.
First and third place went
to the feature photograph
"Your Move" and the picture
story "Signs of Spring." He
also took first and third prizes
in the pictorial division fOr
"Orchard Lake Regatta" and
"Conference Center."

Mrs. Shifman to Chair
Bicur Cholem Event

Mrs. Simon Shifman has been
appointed over-all, chairman of
the annual dinner-dance of the
Young Women's Bicur Cholem,
to be held May 1, at Glen Oaks
Country. Club.
Assisting her in planning the
year's major fund-raising pro-
gram are Mesdames Abe Book-
stein, pledges; Jack Hayman
and Morris Golden, co-chair-
men; Joseph Viedrah, tickets;
Henry Schwartz, co-chairman;
Max Davis, memoriams; Mor-
ris Cooper, co-chairman; Abner
Baker, gold page; Harry Stone,
co-chairman; Ben Leaman, dar-
lings; Bernard Sumner, co-
chairman; Sam Moscow, glad
tidings; Sam Levey, co-chair-
man.
The women will meet to
make final plans for the event
at 12:30 p.m., April 18, in the
home of Mrs. Sigmund Reifler,
18015 Ardmore.

A new volume of Hebrew
short stories, the third by the
well known Detroit educator
and short story writer, Bernard
Isaacs, has just been received
from Israel. The vOlume bears
the Biblical title "A Shoot Out
Of The _.o.ck" and was pub-
lished by the M. Newman Pub-
lishing Co., 6f Tel Aviv, pub-
lisher of Isaacs' previous col-
lection of short stories, "Amos
The Orange Seller."
The book contains 22 stories
and sketches dealing mostly
with Jewish life in America.
Two of the sketches contain a
bit of Jewish Americana, with

Detroit as the setting.. "Hebrew
readers, both in America and
Israel, will find Isaacs' stories
delightful reading, and it is to
be . hoped that some of the
stories will appear in English
translations," the publisher
stated.
On the back of the attractive
jacket is reprinted a brief
essay about Isaacs' first two
books by the celebrated Hebrew
novelist Gershon Schaffman, in
which Isaacs' short stories are
highly praised. "Isaacs knows
the secret of writing," Schaff-
man wrote.

Wayne State Student
Wins Wilson Fellowship

O A& Stein.

Rachel Horwitz, of 3797 Hum-
phrey, a French major at
Wayne State University, is one
of five university graduates to
be awarded the Woodrow Wil-
son Fellowship.
The • award carries a basic
stipend of $1,500 plus family
allowances and full costs for a
year's graduate study at any
university of the recipient's
choice in the .U.S. or Canada.
Honorable mention from the
Woodrow Wilson Foundation
was conferred upon Alan A.
Aronson, 22501 Trojan; Lorelei
F. -Cohen, 18700 Monica, both
history majors; and Bernard L.
Epel, 3218 Calvert, a physics
major.

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