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February 09, 1962 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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Dr. Emanuel Neumann to Address
ZOD Victory Dinner on March 1

Dr. Emanuel Neumann, co-
chairman of the American sec-
tion of the Jewish Agency for
Israel, will be the guest speaker
at the sixth annual Balfour .Vic-
tory Dinner of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, Thursday,
March 1, at Holiday Manor.
Having just returned from
Israel, where he attended the
Jewish Agency Executive ses-
sions, Dr. Neumann will bring
the latest reports on Israeli de-
velopments.
Reservations for the dinner are
now being accepted by the Zion-
ist office, 10424 W. McNichols,
DI 1-8540.

* *

Mrs. Halprin, Neumann
MISS SANDRA SWISS
to Alternate As Agency
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Swiss of Chairman in America

Grand Rapids announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, San-
dra Elaine, to Leonard Marvin
Soloman, son of Mr. and- Mrs.
Julius Soloman of Fullerton
Ave.
Miss Swiss attends the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Her fiance, who
holds a bachelor of arts degree
from the University of Michigan,
attends Wayne State University
School of Law. He is affiliated
with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
A June wedding -is planned.

JERUSALEM (JTA) --- Mrs.
Rose Halprin and Dr. Emanuel
Neumann will alternate annually
as chairmen of the executive
of the Jewish Agency in New

York until the next World Zion-
ist Congress, it was decided at
the closing session of the Jewish
Agency plenary meeting. At
Neumann's suggestion, Mrs. Hal-
prin will serve for the first year.
The Agency aIso appointed Sam
Levin, secretary general of the
Israel Office of the South African
Zionist Federation, as coordinator
with government departments on
promotion of immigration from
free countries.
Moshe Kol, head of the Youth
Aliyah, reported that Aliyah in-
stitutions throughout Israel have
been prepared to absorb some
5,000 youth of a new wave of
immigration. He said 10,000
young people were now in these
institutions and that 3,000 would
be graduated this year.
The anticipated additions
would bring the number of
young people under Youth Ali-
yah care to 12,000, he reported.
He added that an increased bud-
get of more than 12,000,000

pounds ($6,720,000) would en- the increased number of young
able the Youth Aliyah to handle immigrants.

Mrs. Milton S. Goldman, Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., wins $25
for her Chinese Kasha Cantonese.

IN

RECIPE

FOR YOU

our family with the
And deli
ake! All you'd° is submit
dish y s
your . orite recipe for using Wolff's
...for stuffing chicken, derma
K.
making knishes, varnishkas,
h oni
ups...side dishe
ers or a
hopped mushroo
all-t'
other tasty use fo
favorite.

YOU G 25.

Send your own original recipe with
Wolff's Kasha box top to: Phyllis
Iff, Penn Yan, N. Y. We will pay
or ever re •
eceives a FREE
but ever
Kasha Cookbook and all recipes be-
came Wolff's property.

2 cups cooked
1 cup onion
Wolff's Kasha
1/2 green pepper
2 cups celery with 1 tbs. cooking oil
3 scallions
tops
1-egg omelet
as
directed
on box. Refrig-
Cook Ka
.rsely chop celery and onion.
erate.
n strips. Add to
een pepper i'
Slice
et. ,Stir while
oil in lar
heat
real< up cold
coo
fork. Mix , with
Ka
over low heat five
veg
minu es, stirring several times. Just be-
fore serving, ,blend
blend in soy sauce, s
and pepper.
with chopp
lions and shredded omelet,

fpI

KASHA
BRowN
BucKwHEAT
GROATS

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

. .

Brown Buckwheat Groats

Women's Clahs

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(More Clubs Page 15)
TUROVER AID SOCIETY
will hold a games party Monday
at Northwest Young Israel
synagogue, 17376 Wyoming, an-
nounces Mrs. Rosalyn Zeldes,
president. Auxiliary members
will act as hostesses. Friends
are invited.
* * *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold
a meeting and social 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. A speech on preju-
dice will be presented. Presi-
dent Mrs. Isadore Schwartz will
report on funds donated to
various charities.
* * *
CONG. A H A V A S ACHIM
SISTERHOOD will present a
goodwill fashion show "Fads 'N
Fancies" and a hair styling
show Wednesday in the social
hall of the synagogue. Refresh-
ments will be served. For
tickets, call Mrs. Meyer Levey,
DI 1-0296.
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will present another in its
series of book review-breakfasts
10 a.m. Feb. 19 at the Temple.
The Temple's Rabbi M. Robert
Syme will review "The Agony
and the Ecstacy." Chairman of
the event is Mrs. Harry Lands-
man. In charge of hospitality
are Mesdames Charles Goldstein,
Louis Dizik and Louis Schostak.
Members are invited to bring
guests, according to Mrs. George
Victor, president. For tickets,
call Mrs. Harry Colten, LI 6-1846.
The Sisterhood will hold a holi-
day party for 110 young people
at Northville State Hospital on
Wednesday, according to Mrs.
Irvink Kramer, chairman of the
hospital project. Refreshments
and entertainment will be fea,
tared. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Ber-
nard Goodman and Mrs. Louis
Rosenzweig. The Temple Youth
Group is creating favors for - the
children, according to Mrs. Wil-
liam Brown, vice president . of
youth activities. Others to serve
as hostesses at Northville are
Mesdames Ernest Golumbia,
George Klein, David Ruby, Mor-
ris Stein, Norman Noble, Harry
Kellman, Hy Jackson, Louis
Schostack, David B. Keywell,
Milton Miller, George Stutz, Al-
bert Green and George Victor.

The University of Michigan
maintains three astronomical
observatories, including both
optical and radio telescope
equipment. '

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