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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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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!


Yale University expert on Ori-
ental research reported that an-
other Dead Sea Scroll, dating
to the First Century C.E., had
successfully been unrolled in
the Palestine Archeological
nk E. Brow
ssor of Latin and secre-
of the American School
- Oriental Research, said the
newly un !led scrol con led
Psalm, t, u now
been f nd silly in th
is not
version of the Bi
whic contain 150 Psalms. The
scroll was believed to have
been a book of Psalms used by
the Essenes sect in a settlement
in Quamran.
The Colgate-Rochester Divin-
ity School will publish the
scroll's contents for the Ameri-
can School which bought pub-
lication rights from the Jordan

The Al
it:en s Club
regu r meeting
8:30 p.m. resday at the ho
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Srir
Magnolia, Southfiel
A new Isr
e shown. A musi-
cal program will precede the
film. The meeting will be fol-
lowed by a social hour, at
which Mesdames Irving Grand,
Allen Blondy, and David Kaner
will act as hostesses.

Distributors for Swee-Touch-Nee Tea
in Detroit:
National Wholesale Gro. Co.
8938 12th Street, Detroit, Mich.

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IN '25'


Mrs. Milton S. Gold411a11, Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., wins $25
for her Chinese Kasha Cantonese.



1 cup onion
2 cups cooked
1/2 green pepper
Wolff's Kasha
2 cups celery with 1 tbs. cooking oil
3 scallions
1-egg omelet

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Cook Kasha as directed on box. Refrig-
erate. Coarsely chop celery and onions.
Slice green pepper in thin strips. Add to
heated oil in large skillet. Stir while
cooking three minutes. Break up cold
Kasha into grains with fork. Mix with
vegetables and cook over low heat five
minutes, stirring several times. Just be-
fore serving, blend in soy sauce, salt
and pepper. Garnish with chopped scal-
lions and shredded omelet.

OU GET $25.00

isc sin Jewish
icl ublished in Mil\
ee by
former Detroite
ruing G.
Rhodes, unde -
editorship of
erison, last reel:
nted at length on the
Purely Commentary article in
The Detroit Jewish News and
quoted from it extensively in
support of the view that absorp-
tion of English-Jewish weeklies
by federations is "deplorable."
Perlson's editorial in the Wis-
consin Jewish Chronicle is en-
titled "Two Obituaries in Pitts-
burgh." It declares: "The Amer-
ican community needs a free
press . . . We sadly bemoan the
deceased in Pittsburgh. W
vently hope tha
can Jewish
m un it i es will
take no
nd that they will
solve that not other
eaths shall occur in their
wicks. The freedom of press
too precious'."

ore for your money!
' ore cups to teoboi.
more taste to the tea!_

Send your own original recipe 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

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

Kasha Cookbook and all recipes be-
come Wolff's property.


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JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit Tel: UN 2-5822

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 16, 1962

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At 70, now retired only from
the furniture business, Lawr-
ence W. Crohn is as active as
ever in communal affairs, in be-
half of Jewish educational
movements, studying and doing
research into problematic Jew-
ish issues, with emphasis on
Zionism and Israel and on the
synagogue and religion.
Deeply interested in the Re-
constructionist m o v e m en t,
Crohn has made a deep study
of reformism in Jewish reli-
gious practices and in the hu-
manism taught by religious
hus, in his latest essay.
H anist View of God," j
pu shed by the Reconstru
io • , Crohn delves philosop
ic into religious aspects tha
t bled mankind. "The social
cess," he points out, "is the
stince expression of man's
orld. The social phenomena
are the culmination and not the
attenuation of the biological
process. Man as a social animal
is once uniquely individual and
at the same time given to co-
operative pursuits. It is in this
latest stage that advanced sym-
bols are needed."
Pursuing his philosophical
analysis, Crohn wrote: "There
have been mighty setbacks in
the advance of civilization.
The forces of atavism rema
inexorably strong. We are
a few thousand years
the Bronze Age. H
needs time. The beat
has not been eradica . But
the God symbol
serve to uplift an purify,
even though, in the ame of
God, hipocrisy and cruelty
have been rampant. or in
this religion and the
are creations of the
mind. The kind of Go
that develops will be a direc
reflection of the needs and
the aspirations of human so-
Crohn's view is that "life has
developed from integration and
organization, but with increas-
ing freedom for the individual.
These are two polar aspects of
the one universal process. Out
of all this has come man and
his unique odyssey. If God is to
remain the verbal symbol of
this all-embracing journey from
darkness into light, then we do
indeed enter that ancient part-
nership which Moses so well
expressed, 'Ye shall be Holy,
because I am Holy."
Crohn was born in New York
City, Feb, 22, 1892. He was ed
treated in the New York schoo
and New York University.
father came to New York fr
East Prusssia in 1857.
mother was born in New
more than a century ago,
parents having come from
and in 1838.
Devoted to basic Jewish t
ets from childhood, Crohn a
ways was a deep student of Jew-
ish history and his Zionist
activities date back to his earli-
est youth. He has been under
the influence of Dr. Mordecai
M. Kaplan for more than a half

century and was his student in
the first class of the Teachers
Institute of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America.
Many of the giants in early
Jewish communal life in New
York were in the circles he
frequented — Prof. Solomon
Schecter, Dr. Israel Fried-
laender, Samson . Benderly,
Justice Louis D. Brandeis,
Judge Julian W. Mack an
many others.
Now the chairman of the i
portant education committee
the United Hebrew Schools, f
many years one of the vic
presidents of the schools, one
of his major interests in local
communal functions, Crohn has
held many important official
posts, including the presiden-
cies of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, Zionist Council, and
Jewish Community Council; has
served on the governing board
of the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation and many other move-
He also is deeply interested
in music and two of his children
Leah and Harris, have made it
their careers.
Crohn was married to Jennie
Brodie, in Baltic
1920. Thei
, David,.-- v
this countr , on a
nission for the Palestine
omic Corporation, has lived
srael with his wife and three
hildren, Ary
Aviva. Their
a well known
to Leonar
eer. The
The Crohns'
Crohn proudly refers to his
grandfather, Abbe Baum, a
learned Jew who was a Sofer
in Europe and went to Cali-
fornia during the gold rush in
1849. His daughters, Esther Rus-
kay, who became a prominent
writer and social worker, Sarah
Epstein, Milicerit Baum and
Chron's mother, Leah, c ••
on his love fo
and fo

government with funds pro-
vided by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Bechtel of San Francisco.

The new Israel Bond Spon-
sor chairman for 1962 will be
Mrs. David Pollack, it was an-
nounced by Mesdames Joseph
Katchke and Max Stollman, Wo-
men's Division co-chairmen.
Mrs. Pollack will be the host-
ess at the annual Sponsor re-
enrollment affair at 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, at her home, 18625
Fairfield, at a dessert luncheon.
The new Negev Sponsor em-
blem, encrusted with semi-
precious stones of the Negev,
will be shown in connection
with the announcement of the
new Negev Sponsor category.
Any woman purchasing .$1,500
or more in Israel Bonds. in
1962 will be awarded the new
Negev Sponsor pin. The special
significance of this category is
that a Minyan or 10 Negev
Sponsors will equal a $15,000
Negev Trustee or the equiva-
lent of the investment funds
needed to settle a new family in
the Negev.
Mrs. Pollack, is a leader in
many organizations. She is on
the executive board and cor-
responding secretary of the De-
troit Chapter of Hadassah, and
is active in the Jewish Welfare
Federation, League of the Jew-
ish Women, Bar Ilan University
Women's Auxiliary, TB and
Health Society Committee, and
is a recipient of the Red Feath-
er Award for her work,,.
the Blood Bank and Otter com-
munity services during World
War II.
A graduate of the United
Hebrew Schools and the United
Hebrew High School, she re-
Ceived her degree and di
/years of post gr uat
Wayne Un'vers
ocial w
e her
hild gui
iage to i s
e corn
hey hav= three

Crohn, on 70th. Birthday, Devotes Another Dead Sea
Nis Energy to Philos()Pith! Study Scroll


Mrs. Pollack Named
Chairman for 1962
of Bond Sponsors

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