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October 06, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-06

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Grand Rapids Rabbi
Editor of National
Magazine for Rabbis

"College Night" for students
of Mumford High School will
be held 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
the auditorium of Mackenzie
High School.
Sponsoring the event, in addi-
tion to Mumford and Mackenzie,
are Cody and P6rd
Schools.
There will be qualified rep-
resentatives from approximate-
ly 50_ colleges and universities
on hand to give information
„and answer questions about
their respective schools. Topics
to be discussed wi cov col-
lege require t u o n,
scholar
pe-
ers.

The
of Michid
Exten ion er e complete
firit half ntury as an or
zed
administ ive unit o
e U-M

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25"

for your Kasha recipe

And delight your family with
the dish you make! All you do
Is submit your favorite recipe
for using Wolff's Kasha...For
stuffing chicken, derma...
making knishes, varnishkas.
soups...side dishes with
onions, chopped mushrooms,
peppers or any other tasty use
for this all-time favorite.

YOU GET $25"

Send your recipe, old-fash-
ioned or new, with a Wolff's
Kasha box top to Phyllis
Wolff, Penn Yan, N. Y. We will
pay $25.00 for every recipe
published; but every entrant
receives a FREE Kasha Cook-
book and all recipes become
Wolff's property. Mrs. Carol
Goldfarb, 252-25 60th Avenue,
Little Neck, N. Y., won $25.00

for her "Quick Kasha Var.
nishkas."

QUICK KASHA VARNISHKAS

1 cup Wolff's Kasha 1 teaspoon salt
.2 egg yolks
1/4 cup cooking oil
2 cups water
1 cup cooked noodle
/ Onion, minced
squares or bow knots

Combine Kasha and egg yolks
in bowl.- Saute onion with oil
(or butter for dairy meals) in
frying pan. Add Kasha mix-
ture and salted water. Bring
to boil. Cook tightly covered
on low heat 15 minutes. Stir
in cooked noodles. Put in cas-
serole and brown under broiler
flame. Serve with meat gravy
or plain. Serves 3 to •.

Buckwheat

Groats

Also enjoy Wolff's

Creamy Kernels (grits)

Wolff's Kasha 'N' Gravy
Wolff's Kasha Soup

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chairmen are esdames James
Byrnes, Ed d A. Wilson,
Lewis Smith, dward F. Mc-
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Frank Cullen. strict chairman
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Shaarey Zedek Names •
Candidates for Election •
to Cemetery Board



The Cong. Shaarey
nominating co
lected a candidates for
the
ery board to be pre-
for elections at the semi-
ual meeting of the congre-
gation on Nov.
Incumbents
li
Dr. Leonard
mour J. Fran
mended to
years.
The n mating
consists of Samu
vie,
chairman; M
rbal, Max
Shay
ee M. Shulman,
initz and • Hy Safran, al-



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the fr st hi taste
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fresh daily
in our new,
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ZION

U.S.
INSPECTED
AND PASSED BY .,t
DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
EST. I

education in Israel was inter-
rupted when he enlisted and

served with Jewish Brigade of
the British Army in the Europ-
ean Theater of Operations.
During the Israeli War of In-
dependence, he saw active serv-
ice in the battle for Jerusalem,
as well as in other parts of
Israel.
After the war he received
his MA degree from the Hebrew
University with majors in his-
tory and international relations.
Subsequently, he was awarded
a British scholarship and fol-
lowed post-graduate studies in
Political Science at Oxford Uni-
versity in England. He also
served as commentator and
news editor for Kol Israel, the
Israel Broadcasting Service.
The "Haverim," a new group,
appearing in authentic costumes
and under the direction of Har-
riet Berg, will present a medley
of songs and • interpretations
of Israeli, Yemenite and Eu-
ropean dances reflecting the
influences of these cultures
upon Jewish life.
Prominent in community
dance recitals, she is choreo-
grapher for the Wayne State
University Dance Workshop and
a dance instructor at the Jewish
Center. Yair Gruska, an Israeli
studying in Detroit, will accom-
pany on the accordian. The
group is composed of Leslie
Berg, Jill Drapkin, fenore Fer-
ber, and Shirley Kollenberg.
The public is invited to meet
Ben-Dov and to join in the
reception following the pro-
gram. There will be no admis-
sion charge.

The Schulze PTA will meet 8
p.m. Oct. 11 at the school, Santa
Maria and Meyers.
Special guest for the evening
will be Dr. Mel Ravitz, associate
professor of sociology at Wayne
State University, who will speak
on "Changing Neighborhoods."
New officers elected at the
last meeting are Mesdames Rob-
ert Braun, president; Bernard
Cooper, L. R. Alvin, J. Hovan-
esian, vice presidents; Virgil
Smith, treasure r; Stephen
Uhouse, and Saul Efrusy, secre-
taries.
The public is invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.



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Dr. Mel Ravitz Will
Address Schulze PTA

Brown

The 1961 Torch Drive Com-
munity Campaign will be
launched Oct. 17 and will con-
tinue through Nov. 9 to raise
$18,350,000 for 195 health, wel-
fare and community services.
Mrs. Sidney Karbel, who
heads Region Six, the northwest
area, has announced some of
the key people who will work
for the Torch Drive in her
region.
Division chairman Mrs. Sam-
uel Aaron will be assisted by
area chairmen Mesdames Luke
Shannon, Victor Shiffman,
Henry Burston, Oscar Bank and

Famous love affair!
Kosher franks—great!
Heinz Vegetarian Beans—terrific!
Kosher franks and
Heinz Vegetarian Beans
mmm, stop! Shop!
For tonigh t!

The Seal of The Union Of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Of America
is on the label.

XEWI SIT NEWS — Friday, October 8, 1961

Hold 'College Night'
for Parents, Students
of Mumford High

"Israel and the Afro-Asian
Bloc, Problems and Prospects"
will be discussed by the David
Ben-Dov, cultural attache of the
Embassy of Israel, and the
"Haverim" will present songs
and dances of Israel at the
Third Annual "Israeli Night,"
8 p.m. Wednesday, sponsored by
the Men's Club of Cong. Beth
Aaron, 18000 Wyoming, it was
announced by Meyer Millman,
president. •
Ben-Dov, formerly on the
staff of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, served as assist-
ant director of the Armistice
Affairs Commissi on in the
Israeli Foreign Ministry. A na-
tive-born Israeli (sabra), his

Announce Leaders to Hear Northwest Detroit Torch Drive

• •

A new national magazine
called "The American Rabbi"
will launch its first publication
with a September issue this
week.
The 32-page journal will be
published in Grand Rapids,
under the editorghip of Rabbi
Harry Essrig, former regional
director of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations and
spiritual leader of T e m p 1 é
Emanuel in Grand Rapids.
The editorial board is com-
posed of rabbinic leaders in the
United States representing the
three branches of Judaism:
Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
form. There will be eight issues
printed annually.

Beth Aaron Men
Present Annual
`Israeli Night'

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