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May 15, 1964 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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Open BR's Eleanor Roosevelt Exhibit

Danny Raskin's

Weizmann institute Stamps

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LISTENING

Under secretary of Commerce Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., and
Assistant Secretary of. Labor Esther Peterson spoke at the opening
of the exhibit of photographs and mementos reflecting "Eleanor
Roosevelt On Her Own" at the Bnai Brith Women's Franklin Delano
Roosevelt Four Freedoms Library in Washington. Seen with FDR Jr.
are Mrs. Maurice Turner of Los Angeles, chairman of the library,
and Mrs. Leonard Sims of Detroit, BBW president. In the rear are
Mrs. Peterson and Dr. David Gurewitsch, Mrs. FDR's physician
who took the photos in the exhibit.

Act IV Chef Tells Secret in the Pot

Even though it is located across
from the Fisher Building on W.
Grand Blvd., chic Act IV res-
taurant is truly a dinner spot for
suburbanites.
Every week scores of pleasure
lovers from the outlying areas
seek out the extraordinary ex-
citement and fine cuisine of Act
Iv. Proprietors John Dahlinger
and Clarence Baker take pride in
presenting the finest in food and
entertainment for the theater
crowd.
Handily located across from the
Fisher Theater, Act IV makes a

U.S. Firm Seeks Rights
to Study Contraceptive
Being Tested in Israel

special point of catering to the
theater-goer — both before and
after the shOw. The Act IV res-
taurant is becoming more each
week the home away from home
of suburbanites who are in the
city for concerts or other evening
entertainment.
Chef Sam Rodriquez allowed a
little culinary eavesdropping the
other evening while he was pre-
paring one of the specialties of
the house, Chicken Clemenso. For
lady-chef readers he gave permis-
sion to print the recipe here.
He added this: "If you like this
recipe, come on down and see us
in person at Act IV. Mr. Dahlinger
and Mr. Baker provide the atmos-
phere and pleasure to match."

CHICKEN CLEMENS°
NEW YORK (JTA) — Develop- t Saute in 3 tablespoons of olive
ment rights in the United States
oil for 20 minutes
and Canada for a new oral contra-
(a) finely chopped medium-
ceptive under study in the Weiz-
sized onion
mann Institute in Israel are being
finely chopped (2) cloves
(b)
sought by the Nestle-Lemur Co.,
of garlic
officials said at the annual meet-
2. Combine:
ing.
(a) One diced uncooked chicken
The officials said that current
breast (one inch chunks)
talks are only on a contract to give
the company a chance to investi-
(b) Two diced potatoes un-
gate the possibilities of the con-
cooked (one inch chunks)
traceptive more closely, and they
(c) 1 1/2 cup of green peas
stressed it would not be ready for
(d) Add saute of garlic and
public use for several years.
onion
They said also that they under-
stood that the drug involved a ; 3. Cook on slow fire (simmer) for
twenty minutes. (Touches of
dosage of one pill a month corn-
oregano, Accent, and Italian
pared to the 20 for oral contracep-;
pepper for added seasoning.)
Lives now on sale. However, the
Weizmann Institute has not tested 4. Serve in chafing dish with Span-
ish rice.
the drug, ergocornine, on humans.;

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"Shavuoth? That's when Moses held
confirmation exercises for the Children
of Israel at Mt. Sinai."

Copr. 1964, Dayenu Productions

40

Friday, May 15, 1964

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WITH EX'T'RA emphasis on char-
itable endeavor. Knights of Pythias,
Detroit Lodge 55, is accepting
clothing of all kinds for distribu-
tion to the needy . . . Especially
desired are summer garments for
youngsters who are selected each
year by the K of Ps and sent to
the Childrens Camp at Burt Lake.
. . . In many instances, the need
is so great that the Pythians have
to take kids into town and even
buy them underwear! . . . Every-
thing — all sizes, will be appre-
ciated.
"FUNZ' A' POPPIN" show by
Pisgah, B'nai B'rith, May 18, at
Labor Zionist Institute on Schaefer,
will feature both songs by Harry
Gaines . . . "Be A Bnai Brith
Member" and "Let Our Flag Wave
Over America" . . . It's a variety
show written and produced by
talented Sol Steinberg.
* * *
AT THE RECENT Capuchin
Charity Guild baseball dinner, Mor-
ris "Moe" Siegel, sports columnist
of the Washington Evening Star,
was awarded a plaque giving him
honorary membership in the char-
ity guild . . . "My parish rabbi will
be overwhelmed," remarked Moe,
"at the thought of me becoming
an honorary Catholic."
• * *
MAIL DEPT. . . . from ex-De-
troiter Sam Dictor . . "Since the
lake water at our summer camp
and ladies resort at Lake Elsinore
was taken over by the state of
California, everybody wants a
piece of the town now. For 18
years we s u f f e r e d with it and
couldn't give it away.
Now we are deluged with offers
to buy our 22 acres and lake front."
. . . (An enclosed leaflet shows
Dictor Realty handling the sale.
. . . It can be yours for a paltry
$875,000!)
* * *
EVER HAVE A YEN to ask some-
one a question? . . . Mike Kalish
finally achieved the ambition of
his young life last week, at Dexter-
Davison Market on 10-Mile Rd. . . .
He saw a gal with her hair en-
cassed in shining clips and pink
rollers . . . went up to her and
asked, "Lady, what stations can you
get on that?"
*. * *
LIST OF ABOUT 65 book titles
have been sent to Jimmy Laker as
suggested selection of books on
Jewish subjects as requested by
Rabbi H. Leon Schwartz, Jewish
chaplain at Jackson Prison . . .
These are among any that folks
have on Jewish history, philosophy,
religion or general Jewish subject
matter . . . for contribution to the
chapel library at Jackson Prison
. . . Jimmy and Toby Laker will
pick them up . . . Call WE 3-6800
during the day or DI 1-1132 eve-
nings.
* * *
SHORT STORY . . . about a
woman in the community every-
body loves . . . with a heart maybe
too big for her two sons to fill.
. . . Really a grand person . .
Whenever they brought friends
home, she treated them with over-
whelming kindness . . . Two of her
"foster sons" happened to meet in
a distant city, remembered it was
her birthday . . . and sent her a
telegram greeting . . . Upon receiv-
ing the wire, she was the happiest
woman in Detroit . . . "Just like
my own boys,'' she said. "It even
came collect." •
*
*
NO TRUTH to the rumor that
some promoters are planning to
build a new golf course catering
to credit card tourists . . . The
name? . . . Cuff Links!

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On the occasion of the 16th anniversary of its statehood, the
government of Israel issued a series of three "Independence Day"
stamps in honor of the Weizmann Institute of Science. The three
WIS stamps are in the values of 8, 35 and 70 agorot respectively
(an agora is the equivalent of one-third of an American cent).
Each depicts a different phase of scientific research at the Weizmann
Institute. The 8-agorot stamp symbolizes terrestrial spectroscopy
—a new science, forming part of geophysics, which was developed
at the Weizmann Institute by Prof. Chaim Pekeris, head of the
Applied Mathematics Department. Terrestrial spectroscopy enables
scientists td study the earth's interior and to locate earthquake
centers. The design on the 35-agorot stamp represents the study
of macromolecules of the living cell. Macromolecular substances
are among the most important constituents of the living cell, con-
trolling and recreating life. The Weizmann researchers have delved
into the mysteries of macromolecules, synthetic and natural, and
have made important contributions to this field of modern scientific
exploration. The third WIS stamp, in the value of '70 agorot, is
dedicated to the Weizmann Institute's work with electronic com-
puters, a branch of activity also - directed by Prof. Pekeris. The
first computer was built by the Institute ten years ago. Named the
WEIZAC, it performed for 50,000 hours and was instrumental in
opening up new fields in geophysics, statistical mechanics and atomic
physics and aided in the solution of problems in nuclear physics,
crystallography, isotopes and chemistry. A new electronic computer
was acquired by the Institute in 1963 and was named "1604." The
applied mathematics department of WIS built a third computer
which was given the name of "The Golem."

Argentinian Vows Fight on Racism

BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Argen-
tine Foreign Minister Zavala Critz
assured a delegation representing
the Latin American section of the
World Jewish Congress that the
government would not permit any
racist propaganda against any re-
ligious group.
The foreign minister gave the
assurance after the members of
the delegation protested the anti-
Semitic activities currently being
carried out by Arab agents in
Argentina. The World Jewish Con-
gress just concluded its Latin
American conference here with
leaders from Argentina, Brazil,
Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay.
The conference concluded with
a dinner in honor of Mark Turkow,
representative of the World Jewish
Congress in Latin America, on the

occasion of his 60th birthday. Tur-
kow was lauded by speakers, in-
cluding Israel's ambassador Joseph
Avidar, for his activities for the
Jewish cause in Latin American
countries and other lands.

JOSEIFF'S

LONDON INN
RESTAURANT

TE 3-4205
3455 Woodward

(Bet. Stimson and Peterboro)



SERVING
BREAKFAST • LUNCH
• DINNER

PRIVATE BANQUET
FACILITIES

Ample Free Parking
Jim Joseff, Proprietor

Woodward Ave. at 11 1 /2 Mile Road

Always Gives You

That
"Something Extra"

Friday—SUPERLATIVE SEA FOODS AND OUR OWN FRESH WISCONSIN
FROG LEGS for which we are famous.

Sunday—BOUNTIFUL BRUNCH BUFFET 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Adults $2.35;
Children $1.65

Special Sunday Family Dinner from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. at $2.65
Children $1.50 (Our regular Menu items also available).

Tuesday, Thursday — OUR FAMOUS BOUNTIFUL BUFFET DINNER
served from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Wednesday—STEAK NIGHT—Select your own steak from our iced
Steak Wagon Display.

Vi e

Are a riv ta n n eri

AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People in
our Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available.
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAHS
We also do Outside Catering to your Home-Office or Plant

Plays Every Night
Tuesday through Sat.
Dinner Music from 6 p.m. and for Dancing after 10 p.m. nitely

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA

Reservations JO 4-6688 or LI 1-2577

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