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August 18, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, August 18, 1961 — 16



Detroit Chapter Sends Delegation
to National Hadassah Convention

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will send a delegation to the
47th national convention of
Hadassah Sunday through
Wednesday at the Denver Hil-
ton Hotel in Denver, Colo.
Representing Detroit will be
Mesdames I. Jerome Hauser,
Chapter president; Joseph Ehr-
lich, Albert Elazar, Anna Gor-
don, Ivan Meisner, Louis Red-
stone, William Roth, David J.
Schachter, Carl Schiller and
Hattie Sloan.
U. S. Secretary of Labor
Arthur J. Goldberg will address
the first plenary 'session with
Ogden Reid, former U. S. am-
bassador to Israel, and _Steve
McNichols, governor of Colo-
rado.
Others to address the four-day
convention include Avraham
Harman, Israel ambassador to
the U. S.; Dr. Jacob J. Wein-
stein, rabbi of K. A. M. Temple
in Chicago; Michael Comay, Is-
rael representative to the United
Nations; Mrs. Siegfried Kramar-
sky, Hadassah's national presi-
dent; and Dr. Kalman J. Mann,
director-general of the Hadassah
Medical Organization in Israel.



ROSENBLAT ORCHEST

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY will
hold their "Annual Moonlight
to Bob-Lo" Sunday evening. The
moonlight river cruise will leave
from the foot of Woodward
Ave. at 9 p.m. Proceeds of this
annual affair are used eXclu-
sively for veteran rehabilita-
tion, including servicing of pati-
ents in veteran hospitals and
their families. Tickets may be
obtained from any member, or
mander Sam
r Auxiliary
Wolf, WE

VETERANS
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of bowling with
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Topics for consideration in-
clude "American Affairs and
United Nations"; "Education";
"Hadassah Medical Activities in
Israel"; "Youth Aliyah"; and
"Hadassah's Vocational Educa-
tion Activities in Israel."
Some 1,500 delegates and
guests, representing Hadassah's
318,000 members in 1,320 chap-
ters and groups throughout the
U. S. and Puerto Rico, will at-
tend the parley which will form-
ulate Hadassah's U. S. and Israel
programs for the coming year.

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and His Entertainm
Specialty—
Weddings & Bar Mit

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Marcia Krupp Wed Role in Russian Film Was a Hard-Won Jot
Vladimir Ivashov, the eung Frankel presentation,
ri
soldier in "Ballad of a Sol er" ed by. Kingsley Int
to Stanley Mo tt

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MRS. STANLEY MOFFITT

Marcia Krupp was wed to
Stanley Martin Moffitt in a dou-
ble-ring ceremony performed by
Rabbis Jacob E. Segal, Milton
Arm . and assisted by Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel Aug.
at Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
The newlyweds are the chil-
dren of Mr.. and Mrs. Hyman
Krupp of Northlawn Ave. and
Mrs. and Mrs.' David Moffitt of
Los Angeles. •
The bride wore a gown of
white silk organza, with a shirred
portrait neckline, outlined in gar-
lands' of Argentella Pointe lace
with a contour bodice and short
sleeves. The bell shaped skirt
was appliqued with diamonds of
the lace and extended into a
court train. She carried a bouquet
of tiny white roses and stepha-
notis.
Mrs. Barry Moffitt of Los An-
geles, the bride's sister-in-law,
was matron of honor. Brides-
maids , were' Katherine Deutch.
Patricia Fisher, Lois Desow, San-
dra Nucian and Tica Greitzer of
Los Angeles.
Barry Moffitt was best man for
his brother. Ushers were Harvey
Krupp, Fred Averbuch, Michael
Krasnik, and Larry Moffitt and
Robert Hoffman of Los Angeles.
Following their honeymoon, the
newlyweds will make their home
in Los Angeles.

AS BEFORE:

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ROBERT J. RAFE ON AUX-
ILIARY wil be re esented at
the onve on in Balti-
ar Veterans
ish
Martin. Foster,
Mrs. Jack Iden,
The Auxiliary
ominate for a citation
st repor 0 of year's
will carry
ity. s. Fost
xiliary His
to Baltimore, the
torian Book = ich on the Rose Mar-Pare Margarine
oph as, the best Recipe for Graham
higan Auxil- Cracker Cream Cake
of
son book will
Mar-Pary Margarine, contain-
1 trophy for
Mrs. Ber- ing no animal or milk fat, is
group's his- kosher for making dishes vary-
ing from beefburgers to barbe-
que sauce, stuffed fish and po-
AUXILIARY tatoes and baked desserts. Fol-
ednesday at lowing is one of Mar-Parv's spe-
Luba Lupiloff, cial recipes:
Members will Graham Cracker Cream Cake
34 cup MAR-PARV Margarine
ads. Ida Kushner
1 cup sifted cake flour
2 tsp. baking powder
stess. Luncheon will
IA tsp. salt
d.
1 cup graham cracker crumbs

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2 eggs
1 cup milk
1 tsp. almond extract
Sift together flour, baking powder,
'and salt. Mix with graham cracker
crumbs. Cream MAR-PARV Margarine
and sugar: Beat in eggs. Add first dry
ingredients mixture and milk with
almond extract alternately to mar-
garine-sugar-egg mixture. Bake in
greased pans at 350 degrees for 30
minutes. Makes 2 (8-inch) layers. Fill
with cream filling or fruit filling.

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Farband -Plans Outing

MI

Detroit Farband City Com-
mittee will hold its annual out-
ing Aug. 25-27 at Farband
Camp in Chels-ea. President
Harry Schumer will report on
his recent trip to Israel. For
reservations, call DI 1-0669.

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