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August 25, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-25

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BUENOS AIRES. (JTA)—Two
prizes for the best unpublished
Spanish-language works on Jew-
ish themes—amounting to 50,000
pesos for the best work of fic-
tion or history and 30,000 pesos
for the best children's novel or
biographical novel—are being of-
fered by the Editorial Israel pub-
lishing house here on the occa-
sion of its 25th anniversary next
year. .
To be eligible, manuscripts
must be presented to the pUb-
lishers before Nov. 30. The win-
ning manuscript will be pub-
lished.

Rabbis, presidents and Israel
Bond chairmen of Detroit con-
gregations \vill be guests at a
leadership dinner, Sept. '7, at
Holiday Manor, sponsored by the
Detroit Congregational and High
Holy Day Council.
Phillip Stolhnan is chairman
of the council, vice president of
I the National High Holy Days
Committee and chairman of the
Midwest synagogue activities
council.
Detroit co-chairmen are Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman and Norman
Allan.
The speaker at the dinner
meeting, at which plans will be
MISS JONI DELEVITT
completed for the High Holy
Days Israel Bond Appeal, will be
MAKING PLANS for observance of Hadassah's Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Dele- Dr. Judd L. Teller, for many
Anniversary are, from left, (standing) Mesdames Hy Safran,
vitt of Glencoe, Ill., announce years political secretary of_ the
secretary; Alfred Deutsch, vice president of Honor Roll;
the engagement of their daugh- 'World Zionist Organization and Milton Sorock, coordinator; Aaron Gershenson, hostess; (seated)
ter, Joni Sue, to Neil Rosen, the Jewish Agency and author
Ben Mossman, special gifts chairman; and Ben Burdick, co-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel of "Scapegoat of Revolution" and chairman.
Rosen of W. Outer Dr.
"The Kremlin, the Jews and the
Miss Delevitt is a senior in Middle East."
D oit Chapter of Hadassah,
the College of Education at
Reports will be given by Tom a g with sister chapters
Michigan State University. She Borman, chairman of the Detroit
roughoucy is n
is affiliated with the Alpha Ep- Israel Bond Committee; Stoll-
plat th
silon Phi sorority.
man and Louis E. Levitan, man- jubilee
son of Mr.
d Mrs.
Her fiance, also a student at ager of the Detroit Israel Bond ah's 5
anniver
Dworin . .
mother satisfied
Michigan State University, is a office.
nt of
The Gol
senior is the College of Radio-
pa
Television. He is affiliated with
regu
apt
eeting
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity.
Temp - srael, according'
A spring wedding is planned.
Mrs. I. Jerome
Photographers
ser, presi-
dent. Mrs. Al
l etas
Candids - Movies - Portraits
me Photography
Honor
sid
Thousands Celebrate
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs
officially
ids Professionally Finished
driv
We Come to Your Home
LOUIS JAMES ROSEN
40th Anniversary of
G,
With Samples
For Appointment Phone
Guest
ake for the
a founder and the honorary res- will be • ev. Nanc
e h S. LEIBICK
KE 1.0104
TY
5-8805
Nahalal Settlement
UN 4-6845
ident of the Detroit Philoso 'cal Forsber
gre
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
Society, will be honored , by
The Jewish News)

inister
r ain-
TEL AVIV—Several thousand society at a luncheon at the
nd a soci
.ur will also -
persons from all over Israel, Statler Hilton Hotel tomorrow.
light th
fair.
led by Prime Minister David Special honors are planned fo
The H • .r Roll's Special
Ben-Gurion and other members him by the City of Detroit.
Gifts
ittee, whic
met
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of the Cabinet, participated
rece
- ho.
Mrs.

Has Several Openings
Rabbi WILLIAM BE
0: Aar
Tuesday in the celebration of
is of
For 125 or Over Bowlers,
the 40th anniversary of WITZ will be installed as
bi Mes
n and
day afternoons at the Palm Beach Lanes.
Nahalal, the first Jewish settle- of Congregation Bnai Jes run Ben
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coril
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o
char en; Jo-
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ment in the western portion of in New York City, one o the sep
hrlich and Henry •


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the Jezreel Valley and the first nation's foremost synago es man, honorary
, and •

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be established in Palestine.
Sabbath services on Sept. 16. She er, advisors
Founded by a small group of He succeeds Dr. Israel Gold-
The Co
pioneers in 1921, Nahalal now stein, now Rabbi Emeritus, who gaged
o "spec al
numbers 1,200 members most led the congregation for 42
rior o the Sept. 13 meet-
of whom are engaged M years. Dr. Goldstein, Dr. Louis
A el
agricultural work.
The Honor Roll C
Finkelstein, Chancellor of
aign
One of the Cabinet members Jewish Theological Semina
will culm . it
n Ball
at the celebration was Gen. America, and Charles H.
er, Jan.
ac
Moshe Dayan, Minister of Agri- congregation president
ich all
• oil
i 1 1 Hotel o
culture. His father was one of participate in the in
wi
invite
lation contrib
the founders of the settlement. ceremonies.
cordite
irs. Dani
el,
Black & White — "Living" Natural Color
Another of the guests was Fi-
* * *
in ch
ents for
DR.
H.
J.
GOOD3./IA1
nance Minister Levi Eshkol.
26100 th
8632 McNichols Rd., West
UN 4-8484
President Itzhak Ben-Zvi sent Rangemore, Southfield, has
William Sucher will head
a telegram to the settlement, announced first place winner in a committee of "Had
co-signed by Mrs. Ben-Zvi, con- the ceramics division of the Heroes" associated
gratulating the celebrants and Ceramic National Hobby Exhibi- Golden Ball.
declaring that "Nahalal bears tion, sponsored by "Popular Ce-
with pride the flag of agricul- ramics" magazine at the Ceramic
William E. Hintz, Prop.
s of Jewish
tural settlements in the Emek, National Trade Show and Work
Moved to
the Jezreel Valley."
Shop held early this summer at
pul
ion
in
olland
AND RIVER
WO 2-7989
Cobo Hall.
or. Broadway-1 Block from old location
* * *
Ther are o
00
s
90 Israeli Firms Show
Three members of the Str
We make shoes, boots, arches and lasts from
living
Ho
Lod , ace' -
plaster casts. Any style duplicated.
Wares in Turkish Fair ford Shakespearean F es t i v
ing
a
ogr
is
report
40 Years Experience
ISTANBUL, (JTA) — Ninety were announced as recipients
comp ted by the Jewish Soc•
Welfare Institute i
Israeli firms are exhibiting a the 1961 Tyrone Guthrie Awar
• r-
Ready Hand Made Orthopedic Shoes and Cork
wide variety of Israeli products The three awards, ranging
and .u. •
Extension Shoes for Sale at Reasonable Prices.
e "Jew-
at the Izmir International Fair. value from $1,200 to $1,500, were is
Sociology" in
We Make 'Elevators' to Wear in Your Own Shoes
made
to
Lewis
Gordon,
a
mem-
The Israeli pavilion, rebuilt
to Increase Your Height 2 Inches
behalf of the World Jewish Con-
$8 and up
and redecorated for this year's ber of the acting company;
The total figure represents
Thomas
Bohdanetzky,
stage man- includes many Jews who have
Fair, is attracting much favorable
notice. The Turkish government ager; and Sophie Martin, resident married non-Jews and a large
has allocated a special $1,000,000 milliner for the Festival.
number of half-Jewish children.
quota to Israel for the sale of
The pre-war
products on display at the fair.
Home-Made Barbecue
,r1 I
o
Among Israeli products being Sauce Prepared With
whom
I'S were half-Jewish).
shown are jeeps, pick-up trucks,
The
port states that only
tires, building materials, spare Marv-Pary Margarine
out of the 111,000 Dutch
Mar - Pary Margarine, contain-
parts for refrigerators and radios,
s who were deported by the
chemicals a n d pharmaceutical ing no animal or milk fat, is 'azis returned to Holland.
E ONE — COME ALL
products, raw materials for the kosher for making dishes varyin Apart from these the •r
plastic industry, newsprint, safety from beefburgers to barbec
BRING A FRIEND
Dutch - Jewish .01 la on 'n-
glass and electrical appliances. sauce, stuffed fish and potat
eludes 8,000 peop
In addition, there are exhibits by and baked desserts. Followin
aged to live
g
gh-
the Israel Government Tourist one of Mar-Parv's special reci
out the war, 2, Ir. who returned
Home-made Barbecue Sauc
Corporatice., El Al Israeli Air-
from abroad a d at least 8
IA cup MAR-PARV Margarine
lines and several government
ho escaped de
1 tsp. dry mustard
-
mining firms.
tsp. cayenne
arried t
1 tsp. tabasco sauce
at the
non-Jews.
2 tbsp. tomato catsup
One cancer patient in three is
2 tbsp. lemon juice
Only. 18,000-19,000 belong to
2 tbsp. vinegar
now being saved. A few years
Jewish congregation: 16,000-17,-
1 tbsp. minced onion
ago only one in four was saved.
1 small clove garlic
000 to the Synagogue Associa-
1 tbsp. tomato sauce
The American Cancer Society
tion and about 1,000 each to
2 tbsp. chopped parsley
2
tbsp.
asks you to help speed the
ter
the Portuguese Jewish and Li-
NORTHWESTERN HWY. — Between Telegraph & 12 Mile
Mix
all
t
sauce
ingredients
to-
progress against this disease. gether in urge pan and simmer beral Jewish Synagogues. The
Support the Society's April gently. This sauce may be used with Jewish school in Amsterdam
ALSO — GUEST ALL STAR BOWLING
any meat. Recipe makes a generous
Crusade.
amount for family or party use.
has about 200 pupils.

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Teller to Speak
Detroit Chapter Plans Observance
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