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December 27, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-27

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Marcia Katz Will
filled . Sam Graber

Windsor Jewish
Center Offers
Winter Program

Yashinsky-Brilliant
Vows Exchanged

MISS MARCIA KATZ

Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Katz
of Pennington Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marcia Sydney, to Sam Alan
Graber, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis H. Graber of Southfield.

The bride-elect is a senior at
the University of Michigan. Her
fiance is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and is a
student at the University of De-
troit Law School. An August
wedding is planned.

Wisdom is more precious than
rubies; and all things thou canst
desire not to be compared unto
her.—Proverbs.

Announcements

Last Week's Winner of the

"RASKIN
BIG BABY BONUS"

MRS. GILBERT GREENBAUM

(8 lbs., 6 oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of
your son and we hope the
RASKIN PRODUCTS you re-
ceived helped make your first
week at home easier.

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RASKIN FOOD CO.

Dec. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Radin (Esther Greenblatt),
24818 Rensselaer, Oak Park,
twin daughters, Jacqueline and
Michelle.

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Dec. 18—To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Slof (Barbara Sanders),
19900 Marlow, a son, Randy
Steven.
* * *
Dec. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Freed (Miriam Linden),
2011 Somme, Windsor, Ont., a
daughter, Natalie Linda.
* *
Dec. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Ziegelman (Esther
Adelson), 4066 Thirteen Mile.
Royal Oak, a son, John David.
* * *
Dec. 14 - To Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Michaels (Judy LaBret
Levinson) of Goldwin Dr., a son,
Robert scott.
* * *
Dec. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Liebou (Janet Fisher),
20300 Winchester, Southfield, a
daughter, Sondra Beth.
* * *
Dec. 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Mevis (Sylvia Denen-
berg), 19929 Lesure, a daughter,
Lori Ruth.
* * *
Dec. 11 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Stuart Falk (Lois Ash), 24649
Harden, Southfield, a daughter,
Sheila Ellen.
* * *
Dec. 11 — To. Mr. and Mrs.
Asher Friesem (Rickey Rapa-
port), 24246 Fargo, a son, David
Joel.
* * *
Dec. 8 - To Mr. and Mrs. San-
ford W. Eichenhorn (Judith D.
Cooper), 23165 Church, Oak
Park, a daughter, Elysa Robin.
* * *
Dec. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs. E.
John Klein (Marilynn Rott),
23631 Moritz, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Shelley Beth.
* * *
Dec. 5—To Dr. and Mrs. Will
Phillips (Donna Baker), 18865
A d r i a n, Southfield, a son,
Mitchell Jay.
* * *
Nov. 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Malkin (Shirley Levin)
of Milwaukee, Wis., formerly of
Detroit, twin daughters, Brenda
Jean and Sandra Joan.
* * 4e
To Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hecht
(Sylvia Wilson) of West Can-
field Ave., a daughter, Martha
Lynn.

MRS. JERRY YASHINSKY

In a candellight ceremony at
the Beth Aaron Synagogue on
Dec. 22, Marcia Susan Brilliant,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Brilliant of Oak Park, was wed
to Jerry Yashinsky, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ruben Yashinsky of
Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with a
rounded necklin e, bracelet-
length sleeves and fitted bodice.
The floor-length, dome-shaped
skirt was of hand-run Alencon
lace and the chapel train was
detachable. She wore a crown
of ivory illusion roses and
pearls with a shoulder-length
veil of silk illusion.
Gloria Jerris was maid of
honor and bridesmaids were
Ruth Fidler, Delores Talberg,
Joan Karbal and Elaine Yash-
insky. Sharon Yashinsky and
Marlene Ruben were flower
girls.
Wayne • Yashinsky served as
his -brother's best man. Ushers
were Fred Glick, Norman Gold-
man, Sheldon Dzodin and Shel-
don Schwartz.
After a honeymoon at the
Concord and New York City,
the newlyweds will reside at
Cornell Courts, Ypsilanti.

Brandeis U. Studies
Oldtime War Vets

The last of America's volun-
teer armies — veterans of the
Spanish-American War, Boxer
Rebellion and Philippine Insur-
rection—will be the subjects of
a nation-wide study to deter-
mine their use of medical facili-
ties.
The study, to be conducted by
Brandeis University's Florence
Heller Graduate School for Ad-
vanced Studies in Social Wel-
fare, has been commissioned by
the Veterans Administration. It
will try to assess, among other
things, the costs of supplying
medical facilities for these vet-
erans, whose average age is
about 90, in order to plan for
younger veterans of other wars.
The study, involving some
3,000 of the 22,000 veterans still
living, will be conducted nation-
ally through personal inter-
views, medical examinations of
about 20 per cent of the parti-
cipants, and analysis of V.A.
files, which date to 1899.

.

By Mildred Grosberg Bellin

(Copyright, 1963, JTA, Inc.)

LUNG SWEET AND SOUR,
SABRA STYLE
2 lbs. veal lungs (after trimming)

The Windsor Jewish Com-
munity Center is planning a

full range of programs for all
age groups for the winter va-
cation period.
For Juniors and Tweens,
there will be afternoon pro-
grams on Sunday; Monday,
Movie Show; Jan. 2, visit to
Jack Miner's Bird Sanctuary;
Jan 3, ice skating and Sabbath
program; and Jan. 5, theater
trip to see "Cinderella" in De-
troit. Registration for this va-
cation program closes on Sun-
day.
With the cooperation of the
Detroit Jewish Center, there
will be a Tween Tamarack out-
ing on Monday.
On Jan. 2, the first meeting
of the Teen Drama Group will
take place under the direction
of Alan Orman, star of three
productions of the Center The-
ater Workshop. Production is
scheduled for May.
The adults are asked to pick
up their tickets for the annual
New Year's Eve Ball on Tues-
day. Detroiters are invited to
attend. Enquiries can be made
by phoning 254-7558.
The Golden Age Group will
be meeting on Monday for a
full length movie evening. The
Golden Age Choir will plan
their future program.

Jewish Meals

Brazil General
to Head UN Force
on Israel's Border

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
(JTA)—General of the Army
Oswaldo de Arujo Motta of Bra-
zil was appointed commander of
the United Nations Emergency
Force, succeeding Lt. Gen. P. S.
Gyani of India. Secretary-Gen-
eral U Thant, in announcing the
appointment, said that the Bra-
zilian officer would take over
the UNEF command about the
middle of next month. Gen.
Gyani is retiring from the post
after serving four years as com-
mander of the UN police force
The position that the penitent stationed on Israel's border at
occupy before God, even the the Gaza Strip and at Sharm el
most righteous do not. — Bern- Sheik overlooking the Akaba
choth 7.
Gulf.

1 /4 cup an-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 large onion, diced
1 -lemon, sliced very thin
1 /2 cup diced celery
1 finely diced carrot
1 /2 cup seedless raisins
2 cups water
V4 cup sugar
1 medium clove garlic, minced
Minced parsley for garnish
One medium-sized pair of lungs is
approximately this weight of meat
after the membranes and large
veins are removed. Cut the trimmed
meat into pieces about 1 1/2 inches in
size. Blend the flour with the salt
and pepper, and roll the pieces of
lung in this to coat. Heat the oil
in a 4•quart saucepan, add the pieces
of meat and the onion, and cook
over medium heat until lightly
browned. .Add all remaining ingre-
dients, bring to a boil, then simmer,
covered, for 3/4 hour. Taste and add
salt, pepper, sugar, or lemon
juice as desired. Serve sprinkled
with minced parsley. This amount
serves 5.

GEDEMPTE LUNGEN

1 medium-sized pair veal lungs
2 tablespoons chicken fat
2 large onions, sliced
1 green pepper, _cut into strips
5 small whole carrots, scraped .
1 tablespoon dark brown sugar
1 large stalk celery, cut into
1-inch pieces
1 8-oz. can tomato sauce
1 4-oz. can mushrooms, sliced
1 teaspoon salt
Vs teaspoon pepper
1 /2 teaspoon powdered thyme
Remove the coarse membranes,
large veins, and gristle from the
lungs, but leave the meat in large
pieces. Melt the fat in a heavy
4-quart saucepan, add the onions,
and cook over medium heat until
the onions are light brown. Add the
lungen and brown on all sides. Add
all remaining ingredients, cover the
pan tightly, and bring to a boil.
Lower the heat and simmer about
1 1/2 hours, until the lungen is cooked
through. Slice, or cut the lungen
into individual portions, return to
the gravy and serve. The recipe
makes 5 portions. Mashed potatoes,
rice, or noodles are all delicious
with it.

Raskin Is Elected
Chancellor Commander
of Knights of Pythias

Knights of Pythias has elect-
ed Danny Raskin as chancellor
commander. Other officers are
William Roth-
m a n , master
of work; Sol
Steinhar t,
v i c e-chancel-
lor; Sidney
Wolfson, pre-
late; Harold
Altman, mas-
ter-at-rams; P.
G. C. Bernard
Bolton, secre-
Raskin
tary; George
Haar, treasurer; Kennethh Bol-
ton, financial secretary; Herbert
Saperstein, inner guard; and
Nathan Fields, outer guard.
Private installation ceremo-
nies will be held Jan. 7 at the
Detroit Lodge Castle Hall, 15787
Wyoming. A public installation
dinner-dance will be held Jan.
26 at Imperial Terrace.

Rabbi I. Lehrman
Heads Miami Appeal

MIAMI, (JTA) — Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El
Miami Beach, who holds the
longest tenure of spiritual
leadership in the Miami Jewish
community, has accepted the
chairmanship of the 1964 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Campaign
of Greater Miami.

Want The Best?
Ask the Folks Who've Had

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Col. Glazer Wins
Air Force Citation

For his performance of duty
as leader of the Malmstrom
(Mont.) AFB Jewish congrega-
tion 'for the past three years,
Lt. Col. Nathan H. Glazer was
awarded the Air Force Commen-
dation Medal at ceremonies
here.
He was one of five officers
and two noncoms of the 341st
Strategic Missile Wing to re-
ceive the Medal. Colonel Ma-
zer's award was believed to be
the first commendation of its
kind here.
Colonel 'Mazer is coordinator
of Jewish affairs at Malmstrom
and a leader in the program of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB) for servicemen
here. The part-time Jewish
chaplain serving the base is
Rabbi Wilfred Solomon of Cong.
Knesseth Israel, Spokane, Wash.

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