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December 08, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWI SH NEWS -- Friday, December, 8, 1961 —

Four Plays Announced
For Stratford in '62

Four plays—three of them by
Shakespeare—have been set for
the 10th season of the Stratford,
Ontario, Shakespearean Festival
which will open June 18.
Michael Langham, the festi-
val's artistic director, announced
that "Macbeth," "The Tempest,"
and "The Taming of the Shrew"
have been chosen to open- oil
consecutive evenings, June 18,
19 and 20. Edmond Rostand's
"Cyrano de Bergerac" will join
the repertoire on July 30 for
the balance of the season.
The company will- be headed
by Christopher Plummer who
appeared at the festival in 1960.
The 1962 season will extend
for 15 weeks—the longest yet
undertaken, one week more
than in 1961.
The Festival will also include
an expanded music season, again
under the directorship of Glenn
Gould, Leonard Rose and Oscar
-Shumsky.

If you like
CHEESE
KREPLACH

Pontiac Couple Give Third Isolette Hebrew Benevolent Society Holds
to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
45th Anniversary Annual Banquet

'

—Photo Courtesy Pontiac Press

Mr. and' Mrs. Meyer Simon watch their gift to St. Joseph
Mercy Hospital save the life of an infant. Looking on is Sister
Mary Niceta, supervisor of the maternity department.

-

Giving premature babies the
chance to live and grow into use-.
ful citizens is a cause to which
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Simon, 111
Oneida Dr., Pontiac, are dedi-
cated.
Recently the couple donated
third Isolette to the mater-
nity
artment at St. Joseph
Mercy
ital.
An Is
to is an incubator
*th all t
extras, retailing at
about $1,20
special feature of
the unit is th babies never have
to be remov
from it. Special
g,s on the sides permit
g an , feeding of the in-
bile
ey remain in the
it.
7Si
s began giving the
hospital
alettes about three
The units, which sup-
en and heat, have saved
es of several -babies, ac-
g to Sister Mary Xavier,
nistrator.
`We appreciate the gifts of
r .and Mrs. Simon very much.
It -is nice to have such fine equip-
ment in our maternity depart-
ment," said Sister Mary Xavier.

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11

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State JWV Holds
Rally
M EATLESS Fund-Raising
The Department of _Michigan

CHEF BOY-AR-DEE

CHEESE RAVIOLI

Hear family, guests, cheer for

that real Italian flavor created by

famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender

little macaroni pies ... filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered

with savory tomato sauce and

Cheese... seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and

easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, too—costs only
about 15c per serving!

The Chised shel Emes (He-
brew Benevolent Society), cele-
brating its 45th anniversary in
Detroit, will hold its annual ban-
quet 6 p.m. Sunday at Holiday
Manor, 18641 Wyoming.
Featured on the program are
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, guest
speaker; Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
toastmaster, and Cantor Shabtai
Ackerman,'
guest artist.
Sam Barnett's
orchestra will
provide music.
Heading the
event are Na-
than P. Ros-
sen, president;
Ben Schnei-
der, banquet
chairman;
Rossen
and Rabbi Israel I. Rockove,
executive director.
The committee in charge in-
cludes Harry E. Citrin, Leo
Furst, Edward Miller, Solomon
Rubin, Philip Langwald, Samuel
Portner and Nathan Saknet.

Jewish War Veterans and its
Ladies Auxiliary will hold a
fund raising rally Saturday eve-
ning at the Memorial Home,
4095 W. Davison, according to
Jack Schwartz, commander, and
Mrs. Esther Feld, Auxiliary
president.
Admission to the games party
will be by the sale of a book
of 10 tickets to JWV's Military
Ball, Jan. 27 at the Veteran's
Memorial Building.
Mrs. Albert Rosen and Jack
Iden will serve as co-chairmen
of the rally.
Refreshments will be served.

Lipmeaapssiz

g ewry

. On tile

Ar ir

This Week's Radio and
1
1-
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "The World of Sho-
lem Aleichem," story of the
great Yiddish humorist, will be
presented.

*

. . . TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (Radio and
TV).
,
Feature: "Window to Israel"
will be presented over radio
and television (simultaneously)
with Ted R. Lurie, editor of
the Jerusalem POst, and Mark.
Ethridge, Detroit Free Press
correspondent, participating.
* * *

SPECIAL

Miami Hanukah Party

The Detroit Social Club of
Greater Miami will hold its an-
nual Hanukah party at 8 p.m.
Monday in the Algiers Hotel,
Miami Beach. '
All members and friends are
invited.

Mrs. Edith Field, Irvin Avenue, N.
Hollywood, Calif., won $25.00 for
her Kasha Italianne.

FOR

R KASHA RECIPE

And
light your family with the
dis ou make! All you do is su
it
yo
avorite recipe for using W
K
a...for s
aki
ps
pped mu
er tasty u
or t
all time
rite.

*

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Mrs. William Schu-
mer, prOgram chairman of Pio-
neer Women, Detroit Council,
will discuss the forthcoming
14th annual Donor Event to be
herd Dec. 13.

In addition to serving those
with families, the Society also
provides funeral and burial for
the indigent. People are not
pressed for payment beyond
their means, according to Rabbi
Rockove, and "contrary to other
social agencies, there is no in-
vestigation or interrogation con-
ducted to determine a family's
ability to pay..!'
County and state hospitals,
the morgue and other govern-
ment institutions are requested
to inform the Chesed shel Emes
of persons who die with no sur-
vivors, so that the Society may
provide for funeral service and
burial.

Se
our own origins
with
a W
0: Phyllis
Wolff,
We
will
pay
. t • •
. $25.00 for every recipe published ;
but every entrant receives a -FREE
Kasha Cookbook and all recipes be-
come Wolff's property.

KASHA ITALIANNE

utter or
8 zucchini squash
ne
2 medium tomatoes
onion
,1/2 lb. mushrooms
en pepper (or 1 medium can)
elery
3 cups cooked
arlic
Kasha
up grated Parmesan cheese
ion, green pepper and celery.
butter in large skillet until soft
brown. Add mashed garlic and
squash and cook till squash is
turning several times to prevent
cking. Add chopped tomatoes and cook
ye minutes. Stir in Kasha and cheese.
Put in casserole. Sprinkle top with a
little- more cheese. Dot with butter.
Cover and bake in 350• 'oven (medium)
30-40 minutes.

KASHA

delicioya-

wab,

Also enjoy
Wolff's Creamy
Kernels (grits)
Kasha 'N' Gravy
Kasha Soup

Brown Buckwheat Groats

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KITCHEN
MAID FOODS

NATIONAL WHOLESALE
GROCERY COMPANY

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Time: 1 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV..
Feature: "Modein—Forge of
Freedom," a telecast in celebra-
tion of Hanukah will be pre-
sented. The cast includes radio
and television personalities
Harry Goldstein, Bob Leslie,
Dick .Hughes, Lorraine Ernest,
Ruth Miller, Mariette Schwartz,
Anne Silver, Loretta Goldman,
Pat Aronsson, Kenny Portnoy
and the Haverim Israeli Dance
Group accompanied by Yair
rushka and directed by Har-
t Berg.

*

ETERNAL LIGHT, TV

ILNO

No taste in the world li

Wilno K
—so good, and so •od for y
beef, made e famous
with the fin t of skilfully
spices. Te •ting, tanta
th
why Wi1n< s so
famous. Try it,
today!

At Leading
Supermarkets

WI LNO KOSH -E

me: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
ation: WWJ, Channel 4.
ature: "Great Translations
the Bible," the first of a
oquy in two parts between
rk Van Doren and Maurice
muel, will be presented.
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT, RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Genie in the
Lamp," the history of a lamp
collection assembled by Mrs.
'Miriam - S ch a ar Schloessinger
and donated to the Hebrew Uni-
versity, will be presented.

Socialites' New Year's

Detroit Socialites will accept
125 reservations for its NeW
Year's Eve party, featuring danc-
ing to a live orchestra, at
Distributed in Detroit & Michigan by:
Boesky's Restaurant. For informa-
Julius Pollak, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit
Tel: UN 2-5822 tion, call LI 8-8340.

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