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July 05, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-05

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Dr. Barr to Deliver
Major Paper at AZO
Pharmacy Conference

Aftel-La ndwi rth
Engagement Told.

Alpha Zeta Omega, profes-
sional pharmaceutical fraternity,
will hold its national conven-
tion July 14-17 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
Local chairmen for the con-
vention are Philip Neuman and
Nathan Pack. Assisting them are
Harold Dean, Mrs. Edward
Rothenberg, Nathan Moisiev,
Burton J. Platt, Jack Robinson,
Hy Roggin, William Weisman,
Seymour Neuman and William
L. Blockstein.
Highlighting the profession-
al seminar will be the paper
presented by Dr. Martin Barr,
professor of pharmacy and de-
partment chairman of pharma-
ceutics of the College of Phar-
macy of Wayne State Universi-
MISS FRANCES AFTEL
ty. Dr. Barr, speaking to over
400 members of the fraternity,
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Aftel
will discuss "Antibiotics in Re- of Sherbourne Rd. announce the
view-1963."
engagement of their daughter,
Frances Janet, to Michael Allen


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Landwirth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Landwirth of Peoria,
Dinner at DARBY'S
Ill.
is a real treat
The bride-elect attends the
University of Michigan, where
Visit Our New
SKYLIGHT
she is a senior in the School
ROOM, Cocktail
of Education. She is affiliated
Lounge and Bar
with Alpha Epsilon Phi soror-
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ity. Her fiance was graduated
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
from the University of Michi-
Delight
gan, where he was affiliated
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure
with Zeta Beta Tau fraternity,
Sphinx, Hectorians and Michi-
gauma men's honoraries. He is
Res. UN 2 7642
now a resident of Miami, Fla.
the couple plans an Aug. it
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
wedding.
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AN OPEN LETTER
TO THE PUBLIC:

I am being unjustly picketed because Union
Local 38 AFL wants a boy in my butcher shop who
works 20 hours a week for me cleaning up the
store to join the union. He does not make any
deliveries — my shop MAKES NO DELIVERIES
WHATSOEVER, and there is no justification for
asking a part-time helper to join the union.

The pickets are drivers for other kosher
butchers in the city in an effort to force me to join
the Kosher Butchers Association, which would
necessitate my increasing the price of meat from
20 to 40 cents a pound.

I am here to serve the public and I ask for
cooperation and encouragement to enable me to
serve the public with the lowest possible prices.

JOSEPH BRAVERMAN,

BRAVERMAN'S KOSHER MEATS

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Jewish Meals

By Mildred Grosberg Bellin

(Copyright, 1963, JTA, Inc.)

Labor Zionist Council
of Detroit Announces
Com .nittee Chairmen

rks-Ausla nder
Rites Solemnized

I. L. Shrodeck, president of
the Labor Zionist Council of
Detroit, announces appointment
of the following committee
chairmen:
Aaron Kutnick, programming;
Aaron Bornstein, American Af-
fairs; Dena G. Greenberg, pub-
licity. The finance committee
will be headed by Morris Lie-
berman and will consist of
David Sislin, Harold • Berke, Ir-
ving Pokempner, Sidney She-
vitz, Benjamin Laikin, Chavera
H. Mondry and Bernard Schiff.

No matter which of the many
combinations of frankfurters and
beans we sample, somehow they
al' taste good. To this group we
add a recipe which includes fro-
zen Lima beans. If availablp and
preferred, the fresh baby Lima
beans can be substituted. The
sauce for this dish takes just a
few minutes of top-of-the-stove
simmering, but has all the good-
ness of one baked for hours.
With mashed potatoes and a
crisp cabbage slaw, we have a
well - balanced but inexpensive
meal which should be most pop-
ular with all members of the
family.
A most unusual supper salad
utilizing cold cooked frankfur-
ters is our second choice. Since
it also includes cold cooked
whole kernel corn, it is a pleas-
ant way to make use of frank-
furters and corn on the cob left
over from a picnic. Of course,
both meat and corn may be
especially cooked for the salad,
or canned or frozen corn used.
The list of ingredients may ap-
pear rather long, as this is a
complete main-dish salad, but
the actual preparation takes but
a little time.

MRS. SANFORD MARKS

Temple Israel was the set-
ting on June 22 for the cere-
mony which united Myra Aas-
lander and Sanford Marks in
marriage.
The bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving A u s 1 an de r,
18975 Wildemere, wore a gown
of tucked batiste with square
neckline, short sleeves and full
skirt. Her shoulder-length veil
was held in place by a jeweled
crown. The bridegroom is the
FRANKFURTERS AND FROZEN
son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Marks,
BEANS IN MOLASSES SAUCE
8 frankfurters (1 lb.)
18985 Wildemere.
1 10-oz. package frozen baby Lima
Upon return from their honey-
cbuepancsa
catsup
moon, the newlyweds will re-
Vs cup molasses
side in Chicago, where he will
2 gingersnaps, crushed
2 taablespoons dark brown sugar
resume his studies at Chicago
V2 teaspoon dry mustard
Medical School.
1 /2 teaspoon paprika

3 /4 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Cut the frankfurters in half cross-
wise, then cut each piece in half
lengthwise. Put the frozen beans in
a 2-quart saucepan, add enough wa-
ter to cover, and bring to a boil.
Cover the saucepan, lower the heat
tender. Add frankfurters and sim-
mer until the beans are soft but
tto simmer, and cook until almost
still retain their shape. Drain off
any liquid which remains in the
saucepan. Add all the remtining
ingredients. Either light or dark
molasses may be used, to taste.
Stir to blend, then simmer until
very hot. Salt may be added, but
is usually not considered necessary.
This amount serves 4.
FRANKFURTER SUPPER SALAD
6 cold, cooked frankfurters
2 cups cold cooked whole kernel
corn
11/2 cups cold, cooked peas
1 cucumber, peeled and diced
1 /4 cup vegetable oil
1 /4 cup white wine vinegar
1 /2 teaspoon sugar
1 /4 teaspoon dry mustard
Salad greens
About 1/2 cup mayonnaise
Salad greens
Remove the skins from the frank-
furters and cut the meat into 1/2
inch pieces. Drain the corn and
peas well before measuring. Fresh,
frozen, or canned corn and peas
may be used. Combine the frank-
furter pieces, the corn, peas, cu-
cumber, and onion. Blend the oil.
vinegar, sugar, and dry mustard,
and pour over the frankfurter mix-
ture. Stir to blend, then cover the
bowl, and refrigerate for several
hours. At serving time lightly stir
in just enough mayonnaise to mois-
ten. Taste and add salt and pepper
if necessary. The frankfurters mkt
supply all that is needed. Line ;
large salad bowl, or individual ones,
with salad greens, and fill with ill
frankfurter salad. This amount
serves 4 to 5.

Antique Beacon
The Old Lighthouse at
Presque Isle Harbor near Al-
pena is the oldest such struc-
ture on Lake Huron and a popu-
lar summer visitor attraction,
according to the Michigan Tour-
ist Council.
Its first lighthousekeeper,
Patrick Garrity, was appointed
by President Abraham Lincoln
in 1860.

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