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December 06, 1963 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-06

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Friday, December 6, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-30

Wolff's Kasha Ideal
for Hanukah Table

Chances are that sometime
during the Hanukah holiday you
will want to serve a good hot
bowl of soup to your family.
For a special treat you might
try chicken soup with Kasha,
and be sure to use Wolff's
Kasha, a tradition in Jewish
homes for generations. The basic
kasha recipe is as follows;
1 egg, beaten
1/4 cup shortening

1 cup Wolff's
1 teaspoon salt
Brown Buck-
2 cups water
wheat Groats
Combine egg, Groats and salt. In
medium-size frying pan melt shor-
tening. Stir in Groat mixture and
water; bring to boil. Cook, tightly
covered, over low heat 15 minutes.
Makes 4 servings.

Serve as a vegetable, with
gravy, or spooned into hot soup
as mentioned above. For a free
Kasha cookbook filled with new
recipes for modern meals and
entertaining, send your name
and address to: Phyllis Wolff,
Penn Yan, N.Y.

SAM ROSENBLAT

Master of Ceremonies

And His

Dance and Entertainment
Band

Party Arrangement Specialist

KE 8-1291

UN 4.0237

1 PLASTIC FURNITURE
COVERS

MADE TO ORDER
or READY MADE

ti

it

Greenblatt-Berlin
Troth Announced

and his

ORCHESTRA

"Music As You Like It"
HOME:
OFFICE:
U 7-0896
LI 5-2737

Last Week's

Winner of the

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SAVE
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SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT
IN YOUR HOME!
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HAVE YOU
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• Bar Mitzvah Suit • Accessories

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Congratulations on the birth of
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RASKIN FOOD CO.

Dec. 2—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan
R. Cornfield (Sharyn Steinman)
of Ledgestone Dr., Southfield, a
son, Robert Howard.
* * *
Nov. 29—To Dr. and Mrs.
Howard Weissman (Ilona Alt-
shuler), 18236 Midway, South-
field, a daughter, Laura Rose.
* * *
Nov. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
M o r r o s (Rosiland Reisman),
1565 Jenifer, Madison Heights,
a son, Mark Alan.
* *'5
Nov. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Morley Cooper (Elaine Braver-
man), 18460 Indiana, a son,
Michael Andrew.
* * *
Nov. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Gary R. Marcus (Gail Laskey),
twin sons, Monty Charles and
Bryan David.
* * *
Nov. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Sokel, (Francis Kunin) 24700
Rensselaer, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Beth Ellen.

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daily for 8 or more weeks helps to promote the best pos-
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F

From
rom

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NOV. 19 — To Mr. and Mrs
Mickey Milbur ger (Barbara
Schiff), of Oak Park, a daughter,
Sharon Marla.
* * *
Nov. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice A. Betman (Bernice
Nedelman), 23080 Geneva, Oak
Park, a son, Michael Brian.
* * *
NOV. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Hy
Ank erm an (Sybil Neuvirth),
13129 Kingston, H u n t i n g t o n
Woods, a daughter, Linda Paul-
ine.
* * *
Nov. 11 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Stuart Pernick (Edith Cooper),
22241 Marlow, Oak Park, a son,
Ronald Kevin.
*
*
Nov. 10 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Milton Spencer (Roslyn Pern-
ick), 15692 Hilton, Southfield,
a daughter, Cathy Hope.

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LEO GOLDMAN

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LI 1 9769

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For Your Guests"

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Music By

"GOLDEN KEYS"

HOME CATERING

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The Keys to Your Party's
Success

JERRY KRAMER UN 1-5790

• New Year's Still Open •

RABBI

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Serving in Hospitals , and Homes

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WHAT EVERY YOUNG LADY SHOULD KNOW .

about the Ritualarium
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Announcing The New Home of

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Call KE 8-2777

formerly located at 6 Mile - Meyers

HAPPY HANUKAH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS

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Gemologists
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Leave Everything to Us

Mr. and Mrs. Hy Koenigsberg,
19472 Freeland, announced the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ron-
ald Miles, will be observed Sat-
urday at Cong. Ahavas Achim.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lieberman,
5234 W. Outer Dr., announced
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Stewart, will be observed Dec.
14 at Cong. Bnai David.

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Announcements

MRS. IRWIN L. LEVY

SAVE
TIME

Bar Mitzvahs

Workmen's Circle Branches
460 and 1060 will hold a
Hanukah party 9 p.m. Saturday,
at the W. C. Center, 18340 W.
Seven Mile.
The program will include a
"gift shop" where attractive
and unusual gifts may be pur-
chased; singing and games; a
grab bag and latkes.
Reservations must be phoned
to Gloria Hurwitz, LI 2-4180,
Rochelle Aronson, or the W. C.
Office.
Branch 111 of the Workmen's
Circle will hold its 47th annual
banquet 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Workmen's Circle.
Included in the program will
be greetings by Mordecai Teiler,
director of the Abraham Reisen
School; vocal selections by Sho-
shana Freedman, well-known in
ROCHELLE GREENBLATT
Detroit music circles; and sev-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Green- eral dance numbers by the
blatt of Kentucky Ave. announce Dancer's Guild, under the 'direc-
tion of Harriet Berg.
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Rochelle Deborah, to Ar-
thur Dale Berlin of Los Angeles, Legionnaires Plan
son of Dr. and Mrs. Herman I. Hanukah Celebration
Berlin of Rue Versailles E., Oak
A games and latka party to
Park.
celebrate Hanukah will be held
The bride-elect is a student by the Rosenwald Post and
at Wayne State University's Col- Ladies Auxiliary of the Ameri-
lege of Education. Her fiance is can Legion Auxiliary 8:30 p.m.
a graduate of U.C.L.A. A late Dec. 11 at Cong. Beth Yehudah.
January wedding is planned.
There will be entertainment.

* r4 CALL ANNA KARBAL
4
LI 2-0874

Sheldon Rott

Workmen's Circle
Branches Plan for
Hanukah, Banquet

Sulphur Springs Hotel, St. Joseph, Michigan
Phone: YUkon 3-2501 (Area Code 616)



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