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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-20

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Joanne Frances Sallan was
married to Marvin Irwin Niskar
Sunday with Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Sallan of
Sterling Court, Oak Park. Mr.
and Mrs. Max P. Niskar of Rue
Versailles Dr., Oak Park, are
parents of the bridegroom.
The bride wore a simple A-line
floor-length gown of silk taffeta
with satin trim. A crown of peau
de soie roses covered with lus-
trous pearls completed her en-
semble. She carried a white
Bible covered with white orchids.
Lorraine Sallan, the bride's
sister-in-law, attended her as ma-
tron of honor. Raymond Pevos
was best man. Seating guests
were Gerald B. Sallan, Donald
R. Sallan and Joel Faust.
Following a wedding trip to
Florida and Nassau, the newly-
weds will live in Imperial Manor.

Jewish Meals

By Mildred Grosberg Benin

Copyright, 1964, JTA

Omelets

5 -

PLAIN OMELET—BASIC RECIPE
2 eggs
Salt and pepper to taste
4 teaspoons milk or water
1-tablespoon butter or chicken fat
Beat the eggs until the yolks and
whites are well-blended. Add the
salt and pepper, and milk for a
dairy meal and water for a fleshig
one. In a 7 inch omelet pan over
medium heat melt the shortening.
Use butter for a dairy meal and
chicken fat for a meat one. Tilt
the pan so that the shortening
coats the sides as well as the bot-
tom. When the shortening is bubbl-
ing, but before it begins to turn
brown, pour in the eggs, and turn
the heat to low. As the bottom
of the omelet becomes firm, with
a spatula lift the edges slightly. The
uncooked liquid will flow into the
space thus made. Work around
the edges so the omelet will be
of even thickness. When the top
looks creamy slip the spatula under
one edge and fold it toward the
center. Fold the opposite edge over
this and roll the omelet onto a warm
plate. When a filling is used, it
is placed down the center and sides
folded over it. This omelet serves
one. Larger ones may be made,
but are less-tender.
FLUFFY OMELET—BASIC RECIPE
3 eggs, separated
Salt and pepper to taste
3 teaspoons milk or water
1 tablespoon butter or chicken fat
Beat the egg yolks, salt and pep-
per, and liquid until light and
thick. Use milk for a dairy meal
and water for a meat one. Herbs,
cheese, etc., are added now if
they are to used. Beat the egg
whites until stiff and fold in.
Over medium heat in a 7-inch skillet
which can be placed in the oven
heat the shortening—butter for a
milk meal and the fat for a meat
one. When it is bubbling pour in
the eggs, and lower the heat. Cook
about 5 minutes, until the omelet
has puffed and the bottom is firm.
Transfer to an oven heated to 400
degrees, until the top is firm and
beginning to brown, about 8 min-
utes. Be careful not to overcook
as this will make the omelet
tough. Roll out and serve on a
warm plate with tomato or Creole
sauce. To make a sweet, dessert
omelet, omit the pepper and add
2 teaspoons confectioners sugar.
Sprinkle the cooked omelet with
sifted confectioners' sugar or spread
with jam. This omelet serves one

The long arm of justice is
stretching back to the outbreak
of World War II in an effort
to locate survivors of Nazi
massacres that took place in
Poland near the then Polish-
German frontier.
West German prosecuting
authorities are now conducting
an investigation into mass shoot-
ings of Jews and other residents
of the Tucheler Heide and Wil-
helmsflur district of Tuchel.
These massacres began on the
outbreak of World War II, Sept.
1, 1939, and continued for more
than a year until November,
1940.
Survivors of the attacks or
anyone who has any evidence
concerning the incidents is re-
quested to get in touch with
the Institute of Jewish Affairs,

World Jewish Congress, 15 E.
84th St., New York 28.
The West German authori-
ties have sought the assistance
of the World Jewish Congress
in New York in new investiga-
tions about the Nazi massacre
of several thousand Jews in
1941, in Mogilew, Russia.
Several high-ranking mem-
bers of the SS, one of whom has
already been sentenced for at-
rocities, are under investigation.
The charges against them in-
volve the killing of several
thousand Jews in October, 1941,
in the area of Mogilew. Accused
of master-minding the murders
is an SS Major-General Erich
von dem Bach-Zelewski, twice
convicted of crimes, who is
presently in prison.
The investigation now in pro-
cess involves several other mem-

bers of von dem Bach-Zelew-
ski's staff.
Anyone who can offer testi-
mony is requested to get in
touch with the Institute of
Jewish Affairs at the World
Jewish Congress.

Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at Wayne State University
will serve cooked Passover
lunches at cost to interested
Jewish students and faculty
members.
These meals will be available
The average taxpayer works March 30 through April 2 and
117 days a year to meet Fed- will be served from 11 a.m. to
eral, state and local taxes.
2 p.m.

AT 30,000 STEPS A DAY HE NEEDS
THE EXTRA MILEAGE OF

JUMP/N Gedincs

The average boy takes 30,000 steps a day
, . . that's 10 to 15 miles, and wow,
,f- --:\
the way he takes those steps.

That's why we recommend Jump-
ing Jacks . . . with a unique
flexibility and lightweight feel-
ing that says "full speed
ahead" ... yet they back
N. this "barefoot" com-
fort with sturdy sup-
port and durability.
Jumping Jacks ...
the shoe fine fit
made famous I

IT'S HOLIDAY TIME AT THE
CLOTHES RAK FOR MEN & BOYS!

We carry a large selection of Excello short
sleeve shirts . • . as well as fine slacks,
sweaters, sport coats and accessories.

33 Years
Shoe Fitting
Experience

JOE DORFMAN'S CLOTHES RAK

COOLIDGE-10 MILE

WSU Hillel to Serve
Passover Lunches

SHELDON SHOES

547-8070

IN THE DEXTER DAVISON SHOPPING CENTER

LI 2 3778

COOLIDGE - 10 MILE

OPEN 'TILL 9 P.M.—THURSDAY & SATURDAY
SUNDAYS-10 A.M. to 3 P.M.

-

IN THE DEXTER DAVISON SHOPPING CENTER

Open: Mon., Tues., Wednes. to 6 P.M.

USE YOUR SECURITY CHARGE

Thurs., Sat. to 9 P.M. Fri. to 7 P.M. Sundays 10 A.M. to 3 PM

IT'S PASSOVER TIME AT THE DEXTER DAVISON MARKETS !

SUPER SPECIAL!
GUNSBERG
Strictly

MA COHEN'S
Premium

For Passover

SLICED
LOX

KISHKA

(In Oil)

72

496

HILLS BROS.

COFFEE

1 or 2 lb. Can
Reg., Drip, Fine

63c

7-Oz.
Jar

WE NOW HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE

SELECTION OF DOMESTIC & ISRAELI

PASSOVER WINES AND PRODUCTS

IN THE CITY ! !

PASSOVER STARTS FRIDAY EVENING

89`

MARCH 27TH

Passover Special!
Chicago Brand
STRICTLY
KOSHER
FOR PASSOVER

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!

STREIT'S
EGG
MATZOS

STREIT'S
MATZOS

SALAMI or
BOLOGNA

751 cb

Long or Short

Per
Lb.

NO COUPON
NEEDED!

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

49 `

- Lb . $ 1 3 9

Pkg

Pkg.

RICHELIEU

STEIT'S

Raggady Ann

Coconut-
Chocolate Almond

FREESTONE
PEACHES

MACAROONS

Reg. 49c Ea.

8 5 C

Vac.

Can

2

No. 21 /275C
Cans

DAIRY SPECIALS

IT'S STRAWBERRY
SHORTCAKE TIME!
RICH'S KOSHER
PARVE

WHIPPED
TOPPING

29c Can

KRAFT
NATURAL

SLICED
CHEESE

8 Oz.

-

WE WILL HAVE
THE CITY'S MOST
COMPLETE LINE
OF DAIRY
PRODUCTS AND
KOSHER
POULTRY —
KOSHER FOR
PASSOVER! I

FLEISCHMANN'S

39c

CORN OIL

MARGARINE
39c

1-Lb.
Carton

NEW !
ROKEACH

GEFILITE
FISH
99c

No.
2 1/2
Can

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!
PLANTER'S

PEANUT
OIL
53c

24-0z.
Decan.
Btle.

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

Frosty Acres

Frosty Acres

GOLDEN WAFFLES

ITALIAN BEANS

1 O c pkg.

5

NO pkgs.

$i 00

Frosty Acres
Rich, Tasty

Stouffer's
Quality Tuna-

GRAPE JUICE

Noodle Casserole

6-oz. 11 5c
can I

3 a c

1, pkg.

or two.

NEW FROM
SARA LEE!
CARMEL

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!

MOTTO'S FANCY

PECAN
ROLLS

69

APPLESAUCE

3 5-0s

c Pkg.

Ja r z.69`

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!
SU N SWEET
Unsweetened

PRUNE
JUICE

at .

Btle .

39c

EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL!

GEISHA

Imported

HALIBUT

4 ons 99c

PRODUCE SPECIALS*

Parents Club Plans
Annual Spring Festival

GREEN GIANT
CUT

Alpha Nu Parents Club will
hold its second annual Spring
Festival 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Piemontese Club.
Games, prizes and refresh-
ments will be featured. Guests
invited. Proceeds will be donat-
ed to charity.
Tickets will he available at
the door.

GREEN
BEANS

4 Noa. n30s365

BRILLO

FRESH, CRISPY

SOAP
PADS

RED

Bo
L x
g e . s

RADISHES

45c 31=.19c

U.S. No. 1

DRY
ONIONS

10-Lb.
Bag

49c

RED, RIPE

Strawberries

CALIFORNIA
CRISPY

OUR OWN
LOW PRICE

Pint
Basket

29` 2

*Produce Specials Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday

ICEBERG
LETTUCE

Solid
Heads

29c

Friday, March 20, 1964

MRS. MARVIN NISKAR

Witnesses Sought to Outbreak of Nazi Massacres

23 - THE DETR OIT JEWIS H NEWS

Joanne Sallan Wed
to Marvin Nishar

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