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March 29, 1963 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-29

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Jaffa Oranges Now
Packaged as Gifts

activities in Society

"Freedom is not the absence -us-to-enter
1
into our inheritance
of discipline but the use of and accomplish our destiny."—
disciplines which will enable J. Edgar Hoover 1

A perfect, all-purpose gift for
use by Jewish organizations and
Harry and Jennie Weinberg, who ran the American Jewish
individuals is now available in
the form of gift boxes of Jaffa Hour for 25 years over Detroit WJBK and WJLB, are celebrating
their 45th wedding anniversary with a trip to Israel. A bon voyage
oranges from Israel.
brunch was given in their honor on March 24 by their children,
Following is one of the recipes:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Turner, Mr. and -Mrs. Robert Weinberg,
HOT ORANGE SOUFFLE WITH
JAFFA SAUCE
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 0. Schein and Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Wein-
4 egg yolks
berg.
4 egg whites
Mrs. Herman Liss of Cheyenne Ave. has returned from a
2 /3 C. sugar
of
1
Grated rind and juice
one month visit with her brother and sister-in-law in Tucson,
orange
Beat yolks until thick and orange- Arizona.
colored. Beat in half the sugar grad-
The Sherman Family Club will meet at 8:30 p.m. Sunday
ually and add organge juice and
rind. Fold in egg whites beaten stiff at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Sherman, 18114 Warrington.
with rest of sugar. Bake 40 minutes The second Seder will be held 7 p.m. April 9 at the Workmen's
in slow oven (325°).
Make the Jaffa sauce by simmer- Circle.
ing the grated rind of a large
The wife and children of James Sobel will hold a kiddush in
orange in half a pint of water. Add
the juice of the orange and two honor of his 75th birthday today. A dinner-dance will be held for
teaspoons of cornflour blended in a
little cold water, and simmer for immediate family and friends on Sunday at Northwood Inn.
5 minutes.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lawson of Oak Park are entertaining Mr.
Each gift box of Jaffas con- and Mrs. Max Pincus of Little Neck, N.Y., this weekend. They are
tains the Original Jaffa Recipe in town to celebrate the engagement of Deana Lawson to their
Booklet, which provides recipes son, Allan Pincus. The Lawsons are planning a cocktail' party for
for 27 different and unusual the family on Saturday.
dishes using oranges and grape-
Mrs. Harold Robinson, president of Bnai Brith Women's
fruits.
Bowling Ass'n. of Metropolitan Detroit, announces that the As-
sociation's 16th annual bowling tournament will be held April 20
and 21, respectively, at Melody Lanes and Oak Park Bowling
Music the Stein-Way
Lanes. Mrs. Sanford Baron, tournament chairman, states that all
team entries must be submitted by April I.

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That Passover Candies Are Again
Available From
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Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper, spiritual leader of Cong. Beth
Moses, was honored at a recent' Sunday morning worship service
with a gift on behalf of the Sunday morning worshippers.
Return cards immediately to attend "Fashions in the Art of
Giving" at the Fisher Theater, April 4, is the advice to Torch
Drive volunteers from Mrs. Julius Gilbert, 31 Arden Park, pro-
gram chairman for the Central Wayne unit of the United Foun-
dation Women's Organization.
Rabbi Isaac Stollman is in .Israel, participating in the ses-
sions of the World Zionist Actions Committee, of which he is a
member. He will return' home in time for Passover. .

Recognizing the "crucial im-
portance" of United Jewish Ap-
peal-supported programs in the
rescue, resettlement and reha-
bilitation of distressed Jews
overseas, the Conference of Pres-
idents of Major American Jewish
Organizations adopted a resolu-
tion urging its member bodies
to- "assist nationally in the mean-
ingful observance" of the 25th
Anniversary of the UJA during
19613, it has been announced by
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of
the Conference.
Recalling the pre-World War
II years when Nazi persecution
of Jews was becoming rampant,
the resolution stated: "Born in
one of the darkest hours of
Jewish history and nurtured by
the bond of kinship which unites
every Jew with his fellow Jew,
the United Jewish Appeal repre-
sents the finest expression of the
heart and soul of American
Jewry."
The American .Tewish commu-
nity, through the UJA, has dem-
onstrated its "abiding committ-

Mr. Mark Schmidt

Vice President and General Manager

AND-

Mr. Herman J. Schwartz

Catering Manager

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Emphasizing EXPERT. INSTRUCTION by
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weitz, 15045 Rosemary, Oak Park, re-
cently entertained at a luncheon for _52 guests at the Raleigh
House in honor of the 16th birthday celebration of their daughter,
Judi Gale.

a ORCHESTRA

IT JEWISH NEWS —Friday, March 29, 1963

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ments to values which are the
very essence of the Jewish faith",
the resolution declared. "Ac-
cordingly American Jews gave
vast sums of money to rescue
thousands of Jews in Hitler-
dominated Europe, sustained the
life and hope of tens of thou-
sands in ghettoes, concentration
camps and hideouts, provided
more than three million Jews in
many lands with the basic neces-
sities of life, and as the crown-
ing achievement, transplanted
more than one and a half million
Jews to Israel and other demo-
cratic lands."
This record of accomplishment,
the resolution read, is a "tribute
to American Jewry, especially to
the men and women throughout
the country who by their ex-
ample inspired their communi-
ties to achieve records of giving
unsurpassed in the history of
private philanthropy. Above all
what has been achieved is a
tribute to the people of Israel
who at great personal sacrifice
kept open their doors to fellow
Jews in search of freedom and
matched the efforts of American
Jewry in absorbing newcomers."





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