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August 04, 1967 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-04

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A tribute to Leonard N. Simons, man, the first Jewish physician of
a recollection of the first issue of East European origin to practice
The Jewish News and a profile of medicine in Detroit throughout
two early Jewish physicians in his entire professional life.
Michigan are included in the cur-
Dr. Henry Brown, director of
rent issue of Michigan Jewish the Detroit Historical Museum,
History, issued by the Jewish His- wrote the tribute to Simons. Copies
torical Society of Michigan.
of the publication may be obtained
Among the articles also is a by request to 21721 Parklawn, Oak
resolution of appreciation to the Park.
Jewish Welfare Federation and
its leaders for their efforts to pro-
Relations Workshop
vide historic records to the Burton
Historical Collection in the Detroit Graduates 3 in Area;
Main Library.
The two physicians about whom Honors Dr. Drachler
Dr. Irving Edgar wrote are Dr.
Three area teachers received
Simon Levin, who was a pioneer diplomas from Dr. Tibor Payzs,
in the early medical development director of the University of De-
of the Upper Peninsula mining troit Human Relations Workshop,
territory; and Dr. Joseph Beis- recently.
They are Minnie M. Schiffman,
21941 Stratford, Oak Park, a teach-
er at Vandenberg Elementary
School, Southfield; Sarah B. Zus-
INCORPORATED
man, 24375 Lafayette Circle,
Southfield, a reading improvement
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teacher at Winship Junior High
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School, and Beatrice C. Cohen,
18715 Kentucky, a mathematics
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The workshop, the 14th to be
held at U. of D. annually, seeks
to provide techniques, attitudes,
and points of view which will
lead to solutions of social issues
in intergroup relations.
Dr. Norman Drachler, superin-
tendent of Detroit Public Schools,

was presented with the Human
Relations Award for his "lifelong
dedication to the sinews of a good
community — morality, religion,
education and law."

Friday, August 4, 1967-17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Historical Society Issues Publication

Fought Yellow Fever

Jewish Meals

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Copyright, 1967, JTA, Inc.)

The observant reader must have
noticed how often my column is de-
voted to recipes for soups. The
ample justification for this is the
stout belief of many Jewish house-
wives that no dinner is complete ,
without a good nourishing soup. For
today's column we have chosen '
two: one traditional and ever-popu-
lar; and the other less popular but,
tasty and rewarding: potato and
leek.

Joseph Bensadon, 19th Century
American Jewish physician. was
one of the early pioneers in the
fight against the ravages of yellow
fever.

Noted Opthalmoloist

Charles Henry May. an Ameri-
can Jewish physician who prac-
ticed in the latter part of the 19th
Century, was a pioneer in the field

of opthalmology.

By Piece or Sliced

$1

19 lb.

HILLS BROS

COFFEE

All Grinds
2-lb.
1-lb.
Can
Can

69c

$135

No Coupon Needed!

SUPER SPECIAL!

GEISHA
Fancy Albacore

24-oz.
Jar

PURPLE
PLUMS

Gelatin Desserts

All Flavors

3 Boxes 25

4

z

89`

Borden's

Swiss Yogurt

Choice of Flavors

Vn Pint
Carton

19`

PHILADELPHIA

CREAM CHEESE
9c

8-oz.

Pkg.

2

MOCHA MIX

Pint
Carton

39`

For Coffee, Cereal,
etc.

Istilhig Vegetable Soup
I
onion diced
2 carrots diced
2 stalks celery diced
1
turnip diced
In cup fresh string beans diced
2 potatoes diced
4 tablespoons butter
6 cups water
2 cups milk
salt and pepper
2 tablespoons flour

WAKEFIELD

Pure Vegetable

ALASKA KING

SHORTENING

CRAB MEAT

24b.
10-oz.
Can

69`

Pkg.

69`

Melt butter In a pot. Add vegetables
and stew gently until all butter is ab- '
sorbed, add the water and 1 cup of
milk, salt and pepper. Cover and sim-
mer gently until vegetables tender.
Mix the flour with the rest of the milk
smoothly together, pour onto vegetable
soup, stir and cook 5 more minutes.
Serve sprinkled with chopped parsley.

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

Famous

DOLE

WISHBONE

Hawaiian
Unsweetened

ITALIAN
DRESSING
Bile, 55`

PINEAPPLE
JUICE

SUPER SPECIAL!

FAYGO POP

Lo-Cal or Reg.
All Flavors

16-oz. 1
Bile.

0 C

No Deposit, No
Return Bottles

1.00.
19-oz.
Can

25C

DEL MONTE

Early Garden

SWEET PEAS

5

1-lb.
1.02.
Cans

NEW,

FRUIT

CREST

STRAWBERRY or
RED RASPBERRY

t.

PRESERVES

5` 2

CHOPPED
ONIONS

RAINBOW
TROUT

59c

Box of 100 Cold Drink

SWEETHEART CUPS

79c

510 Burning
Even Heat

Solid, Red

CHARCOAL
BRIQUETTES

TOMATOES

20-lb. Q 7
Bog iv,

c

CHARCOAL LIGHTER

Qt. 23`

Can

100 PLASTIC SPOONS or FORKS ... 39e

Pint
Basket

19`

Room At The Bottom

Barber

Shop

Imported

10-oz.
Pkg.

55 c

• Home Grown

DISCOUNT DRUGS
cto PON. No ,
GLEEM

I TOOTHPASTE

6 3/4-oz.
Reg. 95c

I

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Ja r

49c

Limit 2—Expires Aug. 10

r alliE7i

t.

49`

—d

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Limit 1—Expires Aug. 10

Reg. 39c

„ pad 33`
Box

PON

AQUA NET

BRILLO
SCOURING
SOAP PADS

OODPION

NI

NIP

I SOAKY 'FUN BATH' I

Reg
79c

SEALDSWEET

Delicious

ORE-IDA

Golden

TANGERINE
JUICE

SHOESTRING
POTATOES

— 14c

2 — -.49`

Can

Bags

HEADQUARTERS FOR PICNIC SUPPLIES

WHITE PAPER
PLATES

Ala s



Super Action

9c

Qt.

PRODUCE SPECIALS'

V' Size Pkg. of 100

Rigsby Shoe Service



DARING

Lo-Cal Beet,
Lemon Beet

EMPRESS

15 c

Bobs Hair Fashions



<" 1
UNDER THE BRIGHT ORANGE ROOF at GREENFIELD and 10 MILE ROADS

SUPER SPECIAL!

ORE-IDA
IDAHO

12-oz.
Bag

Pickwick Shop



• DUBB'S COUNTRY KITCHEN
Where you meet your friends, for Breakfast,
Lunch or Dinner.

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

SPRY

The Battery



Saute onions and leeks in butter or •
vegetable shortening. Add potatoes,
water and salt and boil about 90 min- i
utes. Remove from stove and sieve
through a fine sieve. Return to stove
and add 3 cups of milk and bring to a
boil. Cool. When cold, add 1 cup heavy
sw eet cream. Chill thoroughly and
serve garnished with chopped chives.

Kosher, Pareve

KRAFT



3
cups milk
1 cup heavy sweet cream

DAIRY SPECIALS

Delicious

Fabulous StorBokery

5 a

79` 3 89 , 4

JELL-O

Tiros Drug Company

• Bud Rollins Shoes

Potato and Leek Soup
1
onion sliced
2 tablespoons vegetable shortening or
butter
sliced
leeks (white part only
5
II., lb. medium potatoes sliced
triples
ssp
va
o toenr salt

(Solid Packed
in Brine)

THANK YOU BRAND

Sherri's



Beet, Schav,

(In Cream or
White Sauce)

Dubb's Country tithes



NEw •
ORT 4EA NS
MALL

Mid-Summer Food Specials—Quality Foods at Thrifty Everyday Low, Low Prices !
DEXTER DAVISON
MA COHEN'S
ROKEACH
MARKETS
White Meat
HERRING
BORSCHT
TUNA
FILLETS
PASTRAMI

EXTRA SPECIAL!
Lean, Tasty
STRICTLY KOSHER



Large, Cultivated

CUCUMBERS

BLUEBERRIES

4 f or 29C

3

Pint
3asket.

$100

'Produce Specials Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Tender,

Sweet

Home-Grown

CORN

49

c doz.

I

Limit 1—Expires Aug. 10

Irm===sto



minumnti

CHARCOAL
BRIQUETS

104b.
Bag

49`

DARING

DISCOUNT DRUGS

Next Door
DEXTER DAVISON tv ■ AKKET

Coolidge at 10 Mile

Lower Than Discount
on Prescriptions!

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