24—Friday, November 25, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Autumn Bazaar on Ahavas Achim Calendar
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Are Announced Here
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This Week's Radio and
Sholem Aleichem Women
Slates Donor Luncheoan
The Women's Division of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute will hold
its annual donor luncheon noon
Dec. 6 at Raleigh House.
Mrs. Herbert 0. Schein will be
toastmistress, and the program
will include vocal selections by
Sylvia Heideman and a welcoming
address by Morris Friedman rep-
resenting the institute.
For reservations, call Mrs. Harry
Weinberg, LI 8-3682.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: A special program hon-
oring the 19th anniversary of the
partition of Palestine, Nov. 29,
1947, which made possible the
Phila. Cream Cheese
establishment of the state of Is-
Smooth Sandwich Idea
rael, will take the form of an inter-
view by Rabbi Daniel L. Davis,
Kraft's Philadelphia Brand
director of the New York Federa-
Cream Cheese is delicious on its
tion of Reform Synagogues. His
own and also lends itself to a va-
guest will be Dr. Israel Goldstein,
riety of serving ideas.
rabbi emeritus of Cong. Bnai Jesh-
For lunches let the kids and Dad
urun, New York City, and world
make their own favorite sandwich,
MISS LINDA SMILER
The Sisterhood of Cong. Ahavas Achim, under the presidency
chairman of Keren Hayesod, the
starting with Philadelphia Cream
of Mrs. Larry Guttenberg, will hold an Autumn Bazaar at the
United Israel Appeal.
Mrs. Miriam Erman Smiler of Cheese with jelly or olives or to-
synagogue 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday. Arrangements have been
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Dexter Ave. announces the engage- mato slices or anyone of a dozen
made by (from left) Mesdames Tony Partovich, Guttenberg, Ken-
ment of her daughter Linda Jane food delights.
neth Belen, Max Lumelsky and Bert Heller. Not pictured are
to Richard Edward Lulkin, son of
Time: 10:05 p.m. Sunday.
For dinner use cream cheese in
Mesdames Meyer Lovey, Henry Rocklin, Al Ostrow, Bernard Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lulkin of a variety of canapes, or for a
Bernard Whiteman and Ethel Jeross. Luncheon will be served
Feature: A special, "The House Prairie Ave.
special occasion, such as Hanuka,
during the day and a light supper in the evening. Tickets may be
Miss Smiler and her fiance, a make a rich creamy cheese cake.
on Victoria," a project in Windsor
purchased at the door.
which hopes to return some 40 ex-
For these and other recipes look
convicts to a meaningful life in are planning a February wedding. on the back of the Philadelphia
Cream Cheese package.
Neufchatel Cheese Has
HEAR OUR VOICE
Less Fat, More Protein
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Lovers of cream cheese who are
The publication committee for
The Jewish Historical Society of
Mar-Pary margarine is kosher,
concerned with counting calories
Michigan announces publication of the society consists of Dr. Irving
Feature: Continuing the series will be pleased to learn about an- pareve and made from pure highly
the latest issue of its official jour- Edgar and Allen Warsen, editors. "To Sing Together." This week's ! other of Borden's quality products. unsaturated corn oil and other veg-
Members of the editorial board are
nal, Michigan Jewish History.
program will feature songs by ' It's Neufchatel Cheese which has etable oils with Vitamins A and D
Included are articles by Law- Mrs. Gerald Avrin, Jonathan D. the Karmon Israeli Dancers and all of the characteristics of cream added for good health and good
rence Crohn on "The Jewish Com-
cheese but is 30 per cent lower in eating. Mar-Pary contains no milk
or animal fat, and is recommended
munity Council of Detroit in Retro- Raphael and Laurence A. Rubin.
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fat and higher in protein.
spect"; Harry Weinberg, "Wein-
Crohn points out that the Jewish
Neufchatel thinned with a little in diets where milk is restricted.
berg's Yiddish Radio Hour — a Community Council was founded
Mar-Pary is used for all cooking
skim milk and flavored with onion
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Memoir"; Allen A. Warsen, "Bnai in 1936 "under the promptings of
makes a fine dip. For a quick, needs including seasoning, frying
Brith in Action"; and Dr. Irving Fred Butzel, Fred Peiser and oth-
easy, hot vegetable for luncheon and baking, as well as a table
Edgar, "A History of Early Jewish er leaders" as an over-all corn-
or dinner add softened Neufchatel spread.
Physicians in Michigan — Dr. munity relations agency to combat
cheese to a can of pickled beets
anti-Semitism in the Depression.
and heat over low or medium heat.
For the HY Spot
There is also a page "Views
The council today is comprised
Of Your Affair
From the Past," showing photos of of all segments of the Jewish com- Novel" with a talk by Mrs. Law- ' Radomer Society to Meet
Harry Ruda's Dry Goods Store, on munity and is concerned with in-
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society,
of Elie Wiesel.
Hastings and Rowena Streets dat- ternal Jewish relations and cul- Israel, on the work
will hold an executive board meet-
ing back to May 1911.
tural programs as well as com-
, ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
munity relations. Crohn mentions
And His Orchestra
men's Circle Center. The discussion
Time: 8 p.m. Thursday.
the council's relationship with the
will center on a Hanuka party and
Jewish Welfare Federation and its
the annual donor dinner. Mr. and
Feature: An address by Ambas- Mrs. Sam Rubin will be host and
• Distinctive Ceremonies
role in civil rights and church-
' sador Goldberg in acceptance of hostess.
For information on the journal, the Stephen S. Wise Award of the
or membership, contact Warsen, American Jewish Congress.
21721 Parklawn, Oak Park.
Michigan Jelvish History Related
in Journal of Historical Society
to a real
We use the Jewish word
"mychel" because we don't
know how to say "extremely
delicious dish" in Italian.
Which is exactly what you get
from this one package. Cook
spaghetti to taste. Heat and
add authentic Italian Mush-
room Sauce. Top with lots of
zippy cheese. Easy, quick.
SERVE SOME TONIGHT!
New Center Buildings
Will Cost $77,500,000
By the end of 1966, Jewish Com-
munity Centers and YM & YWHAs
affiliated with the National Jewish
Welfare Board will have built 107
new buildings since World War II
at a cost of approximately $102,-
000.000, it is reported in Volume 15
of the JWB Year Book.
Based on current and contem-
plated community studies, a pro-
jection has been made that the
construction of new Center and
YM & YWHA buildings will con-
tinue unbated through 1975. The
estimate is that from 1966 through
1975, at least $77,500,000 will be in-
vested in the construction of 66
new JCC and YM-YWHA buildings
and major additions, exclusive of
the cost of land, equipment, archi-
tectural fees and related expenses.
During 1966 alone, eight new
JCC and YM & YWHA buildings
will be completed at a total cost of
to Speak at Meeting
of Sinai Hospital
Dr. Harold Perry, a native De-
troiter who returned in July to
accept the position of radiothera-
pist at Sinai Hospital, will be the
guest speaker at its annual meet-
ing 8 p.m. Monday in the main
lecture room of the hospital. He
will speak on "Modern Radiation
Therapy for Cancer."
President Nate S. Shapero will
preside and report on develop-
ments of the past year and plans
for the future.
Dr. Julien Priver, director and
executive vice president, will re-
port on behalf of the administra-
tive staff, and Dr. I. Jerome Hau-
ser, chief of staff, will give the
medical staff report.
Dr. Perry is a graduate of
Howard University College of
Medicine. He received his train-
ing in radiology at Freedmens
Hospital in Washington and fur-
ther training in radiation therapy
at Memorial Hospital, New York.
Dr. Perry was a Kress Fellow in
Radiation Therapy and Biophy-
For Kreplach Lovers
sics at Memorial Hospital in New
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee offers a com- York and the Sloan-Kettering In-
plete line of food products to stitute. He was associate profes-
satisfy even the most discriminat-
sor of radiology at the Univer-
ing appetites. Those who like sity of Cincinnati.
cheese kreplach, love Chef Boy-Ar-
George M. Stutz is chairman of
Dee Cheese Ravioli in Sauce. the program committee. Serving
These tender little macaroni pies with Stutz are Mrs. H. C. Broder,
are filled with tangy Italian Charles Gershenson, Mrs. Joseph
Cheese, simmered with savory Hartman and Mrs. Milton M.
tomato sauce and cheese and Maddin.
seasoned in the real Italian way.
All 1966 contributors of $100 or
Other Chef Boy-Ar-Dee products more to Sinai Hospital or the
include the Complete Cheese Pizza Jewish Welfare Federation are
with the new quick crust, the all- members of the Sinai Hospital
purpose Marinara Sauce, the Com- Corp. and are invited to attend.
plete Spaghetti Dinner and the For tickets, call the public re-
rich Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti lations department of Sinai Hos-
Sauce with mushrooms. pital, BR 3-3000, Ext. 226.
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