THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 22, 1963
Simons Commended ' students have good reason to
Editor, The Jewish News:
Yours very sincerely,
(SPeeg,,to The Jewish. News)
It was with great pleasure
that I read in The Jewish News
ers disCovered a weapons cache
Foundation, University in
of the presentation to Leonard
a home near here on Wednes-
N. Simons of the Butzel Award
day and arrested a 30-year-old
medical student said to be the
for 1963. I particularly enjoyed
leader of an anti-Simitic Tacuara
your congratulatory editorial Government Tells
in which you cited several of Officials to Drive
Items confiscated included
the most significant achieve- Only Israeli Cars
ments in Leonard's dedicated
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel's machineguns, carbines, pistols,
career of service to Detroit and cabinet took a move to boost the tear gas grenades and bomb-
the Jewish community. It is domestic automobile manufactur- making equipment.
The official report said that
truly remarkable that one man ing industry by decreeing that,
could do so much and inspire in the future, all cars used by the prisoner, Ramon Viera, told
by his dynamic example so government officials and person- questioners he is the leader of
many others in the support of nel be made in this country. The a group of "Tacuara militia."
so many great philanthropic and rule will affect also companies
controlled by the government.
cultural projects and causes.
Under the cabinet decision,
I am sure you and your read-
ers will be equally pleased to which held that cars of Israeli By Mildred Grosberg Bellin
know of Leonard's role in the. make or assembly have now
Michigan Bnai Brith Hillel proved themselves efficient, all Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Foundation, Inc., familiarly
In the field of nutrition, value
known as our Building Corpora- will be replaced gradually with frequently bears little relation
tion. When he came to it as a
to cost. Some of the most nu-
board member, it was without sembly.
Sunday's cabinet meeting was tritious foods are the least ex-
previous connection, either with
over, for the first time pensive. Oatmeal, for example,
the Hillel movement or with
by Prime Minister. costs only one or two cents a
our Foundation at the Univer-
He has been portion, yet it has more protein
sity of Michigan. As with every-
cold and than any other cereal, and con-
thing to which he turns his
hale and tains all the ingredients known
talents, when he saw our need
his to be required by the human
he accepted the chairmanship
body except Vitamins A, C, and
of our mortgage liquidation
D. For a well-balanced breakfast
campaign, seeing it through to
we need to add only whole milk
successful completion within a a ceremony in the garden facing to which Vitamin D has been
his office, where children of
few short months.
added (this supplies not only
To all of us within Hillel, it members of his staff planted that vitamin but A as well) and
is comforting that as president
a glass of orange juice for the
of the board he retains his deep
interest in the needs and con- Incidents on Israel's
No matter how good any food
cerns of the Hillel Foundations Border Dangerous
is, we tire of it when we have
at Wayne State and Michigan
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Briga- it too often, and if we always
State as well.
dier General Zvi Tzur, Israel's served oatmeal in the same way,
I am proud, in this modest Chief of Staff, _ said Monday as a breakfast cereal, it would
fashion, to publicly voice the that in such an unstable situa- quickly lose its appeal. Fortu-
deep admiration Hillel, in keep- tion as that of the Middle East, nately oatmeal can add all its
ing with the rest of the com- any local incident on an Israeli nutrients to many other dishes.
munity, has for Leonard's in- border might develop into a In several of these, such as meat
spiring leadership and brilliant far bigger clash.
loaf or meat balls, its presence
accomplishments, for which our
"Initiators of such incidents isn't even noticed. But in a
Hillel family and thousands of will not hesitiate to make what- meat loaf its use results in easily
ever H use of thein Which - Will cut, smooth, firm yet delicate
their political goals,"' he slices. The meat balls which con-
added. He also warned against- tain oatmeal are tender and light.
REDFORD - DETROIT
increased efforts made by Cookies of oatmeal are favorites
22521 Grand River Ave.
Egypt, using foreign aid, to with children who may not like
(between Lasher and Telegraph)
strengthen its military forces, it as a porridge. In addition,
and c a 11 e d for a permanent bread s, muffins, or desserts
state of alertness by Israeli se- which contain this valuable food
curity forces. He made his com- have a nut-like texture which
at a graduation parade makes them extra good.
1 cup sifted all-purpose flour
1 - 2 - 3
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Northwest Detroit likes this show
A woman prefers poverty with
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to riches with a husband cold
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BURT LANCASTER and
take an untouched
theme and make it
this were flesh of your flesh—Would you
hold it close . . . Protect it . . . Love it
or would you turn your back and run?
11/2 teaspoons double-acting baking
1 teaspoon baking soda
. 1 teaspoon salt
1 cup quick cooking raw oatmeal
1 /3 cup vegetable oil
1 /3 cup firmly packed light brown
* 1 cup sour milk
1 /2 cup seedless raisins
Preheat the oven to 400 degs. F.
Put paper cups into 12 large muffin -
tins, or grease the bottoms of the
tins. Sift the flour, baking powder,
baking* soda, and salt into a bowl.
Blend in the oatmeal. In a separate
bowl beat the egg, oil, sugar, and
milk until well blended. Add the
raisins. Pour this mixture into the
dry ingredients and stir quickly with
a fork until just moistened. Do not
beat. The batter should be thin and.
a little lumpy. Pour into the muffin
tins, which should be. about, 2/3 filled.
Bake 20 to 25 minutes, until the tops
are a medium brown. Remove the
muffins which are in the papers and
peel off 'the paper, or loosen the
edges of those baked directly in
the tins and turn them out. These
are best served hot, but are quite
*To sour sweet milk quickly, sub-
stitute 1 tablespoon of white vinegar
for 1 tablespoon of the milk. Stir
OATMEAL DESSERT SQUARES
2 tablespoons soft butter or
1 cup firmly packed dark brown
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 /3 cup dairy sour cream
1 cup quick cooking raw oatmeal
.1• cup sifted all-purpose. flour .
1/2 teaspoon baking powder .
1 /2- teaspoon baking soda
I/4 teaspoon salt
1 /2 cup seedless raisins
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate bits
Cream the shortening and the
sugar. Add the eggs and beat until
light. Stir in the vanilla, sour cream
and oatmeal. Sift together the flour,
baking powder, baking soda, and
salt, and add. Stir in the raisins.
Spread the batter in a greased
9x9x2 inch pan, and sprinkle the
chocolate bits evenly over the sur-
face. Bake at 350 degs. F. for 5 min-
utes, then with a knife stir the
melted chocolate into the batter, for
a marbled :effect. Bake about 20
minutes longer, .until the surface is
brown and a cake tester inserted in
the center comes out dry. Cool in
the pan. Cut into 3-inch squares as
a dessert to serve with whipped
cream or ice cream, or into bars to
serve as cookies.
General Franco Permits Sending
Sephardic Papers Here for Exhibit
MADRID, (JTA) — Plans for
the exhibition at the Bnai Brith
headquarters building in Wash-
ington next fall of papers and
historical documents dealing
with the Sephardic Jews were
announced by the organization's
president, Label A. Katz, at a
news conference following a
meeting at El Pardo Palace here
with General Francisco Franco.
The American Jewish leader
said the Spanish ruler had
agreed to his request to move
the exhibition to the United
The collection, described as
the richest display of material
dealing with the Sephardim, will
be exhibited in other cities of
the United States after it goes
on view in Washington, Katz said.
The documents will be made
available on a loan basis to Bnai
Brith and are expected to be
returned to Spain. The material
represents a portion of an inter-
national exhibit held in Spain
about two years ago dealing with
(In Washington, a Spanish
Embassy spokesman expressed
the hope that the material will
be photostated for preservation
in the United States before being
sent back to Spain. "It will be
a pity to return the documents
without making a permanent rec-
ord of them for students and
others interested in this impor-
tant and historical material," he
to Show Yiddish Films
Shaarit Haplaytah, Survivors
of 1945, will present the comic
film "F reiliche Kapzonim,"
starring Dzigan and Schumacher
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Sho-
lem Aleichem Institute. Refresh-
ments will be served. The pub-
lic is invited.
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