26—Friday, February 23, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Cottler Announces Receipt of Jaffa Planned in New York
Oranges; Relates Facts About Them
Norman Cottler announces that
shipment of Jaffa oranges has
arrived and that the Israeli product
will be available at both Dexter-
Davison Markets, on Wyoming
Ave. and on 10 Mile Rd. in Oak
Cottler relates interesting facts
about the f sous Jaffas that they:
... Were dubbed "Jaffas" by the
English sailors who would cry,
"Here come the Jaffas," as they
would arrive in port. (Jaffa, Israel,
is the point of origin of the
fruit) . .
. .. Are the result of 100 years of
growing and experimentation . .
. . . Are a cross between a Navel
Orange and a Valencia Orange,
combining the excellent eating
qualities of the latter . . .
. .. Are oval-shaped, seedless and
easy to peel . . .
. . . Contain less calories than
other fruits (e.g., apples) of a com-
parable size . .
. . . Owing to their tangy, sweet
taste, combine subtly with meats,
Joseph Simon Honored
on His 90th Birthday
fish, fowl, vegetables and other
fruits, without overpowering the
taste of the other ingredients in
the dish . . .
. . . Are picked at the peak of
their eating quality and shipped
here via boat in scientifically
cooled holds to protect theri good-
ness so that artificial ripening
processes are not employed . . .
. . . Are available in Europe, Can-
ada and even Asia . . .
. . . Usually have a longer "shelf
life" than comparable fruit from
other countries . . .
In connection with the arrival of
the Jaffa oranges, the following
recipe is suggested for utilization
of the Jaffas—kosher for Passover,
kitchen tested, but suitable all year
5-6 pounds brisket of beef
Paprika to taste
1 cup Jaffa orange juice
1/2 cup wine
2 tablespoons catsup
1 teaspoon white sugar
Night before, rub meat well with
garlic (press, salt, pepper, accent. Cover
and let stand overnight in refrigerator.
On bottom of roaster place sliced
onions (1-2). Place meat in roaster fat
side on top. Make a sauce of the
wine, catsup, white sugar and Jaffa
orange juice and pour over roast.
Top withatremaling sliced
oven for about 3-4
hours uncovered. About 1 hour before
roast is done, place potatoes in roaster
and pour over gravy; sprinkle potatoes
with 'salt, pepper nad paprika.
Slice against grain.
Take roast out of oven about 1/2
hour before it is ready to serve.
Joseph Simon, 21821 Kenosha,
Oak Park, a veteran member of
the Odessa Progressive Aid So-
ciety, was honored on the occasion
of his 90th birthday at a celebra-
tion of the group last weekend.
An honorary life member of the
Odessa Society, he received a cita- True Sisters' Luncheon
tion and a certificate for 18 (Hai-
Life) trees planted in his name in Aids Beaumont Hospital
United Order True Sisters will
Mr. Simon horn in the Ukraine, hold its donor luncheon noon
came to this country 60 years ago. March 19 at the Raleigh House.
His wife, Gussie, whom he mar- The group has contributed to
vied in 1907, died in 1947. a "phantom body" that measures
In Detroit since 1911, Mr. the depth of radiation treatments
Simon established J. Simon and at William Beaumont Hospital.
Fashions and prizes will be fea-
Sons electrical contractors on
Wyoming Ave. He is retired tured that afternoon.
from the business, but continues
For tickets, call Mrs. Barney
to be a member of the Stein- Ross, KE 3-9528, or Mrs. Ben Klar,
metz Electrical Contractors As- EI 3 - 4346.
sociation, Local 58. In addition,
he is a member of Arbeiter Ring
Detroit Socialites plan
and the Mozirer Society, as well
as several other organizations.
Indoor Wienie Roast
At the celebration, Mr. Simon
Detroit Socialites wi
announced a contribution to the
indoor wienie roast 8:
Israel Emergency Fund, after
day at the Sholem Aleichem In-
- which family and friends followed
Featured will be the movie "Po-
Mr. Simon's children are Martin
of New York, Sam of California lice Protection," which will be fol-
by dancing. Friends are in-
and Detroiters Hy, Mrs. Barnie
Aaron, Mrs. Reuben Ruskin and vited.
The organization is comprised of
Mrs. Hy Cohen. He also has 26
grandchildren and 14 great-grand- Jewish men and women over age
Try and Stop. Me
By BENNETT CERF
T THE ZOO . . . . A youngster spotted a deer and asked
the keeper, "What kind of an animal is that?" "What,"
teased the keeper, "does your mother call your father every
night?" The youngster,
startled, cried, "Don't tell
me that's a skunk!" . . .
An elephant stepped into
a bar and definitely re-
sented the astonished look
on the bartender's face.
"Don't look so frighten-
ed," trumpeted the ele-
phant. "I'm over twenty-
one." . . . And then there
Was that most unusual
eagle at the Central Park
Zoo. He had a sailor
tatooed on his chest.
An American tourist in
London, forgetting that traffic there bore to the left instead of
the right, looked the wrong way, and was run down. He re..
gained consciousness in an emergency ward near the Thame•
and moaned, "Did I come here to die?" "No, sir," a nurse as.
Bored him. "You came yesterdie."
The most highly paid reporter on the Tel Aviv Trumpet wail
down near the King
right on the spot when
David HoteL He grabbed a phone, and cried to the city editor o1
the Trumpet, "Stop the presses!
• 1968, by Bennett Cert. Distributed by King Features Syndicate.
Dance, Games in Cards
for Tau Epsilon Phi
Phi Gama Chapter of Tau Epsi-
lon Phi Fraternity at Wayne State
University will sponsor its sixth
annual Monte Carlo Dance March
8 at the Disabled American Veter-
ans Hall. The nominal admission
price includes games and dance.
A prize of a trip for two to the
Grand Bahama Islands will be
On March 1, the fraternity will
hold a "pre-Monte Carlo" dance at
the fraternity house, 760 Virginia
Park. Tickets will be valid for the
Bahamas prize. Part of the pro-
ceeds will go to charitable work.
For information, call the frater-
MISS EVE SILVERSTEIN
University of Illinois.
A June 23 New York City
wedding is planned.
Beth Aaron Sisterhood
to Hold Donor Dinner
The Beth Aaron Sisterhood will
hold its Mother and Daughter
Donor Dinner 6 p.m. May 2 in the
social hall. Mrs. Leo Gaspas, vice
president of ways and means, is
chairman of the event.
The sisterhood and synagogue
members and their guests are in-
vited to honor their mothers,
grandmothers and great - grand-
mothers, aunts, nieces and grand-
daughters are welcome.
Fashions will highlight the pro-
gram to follow the dinner. Tickets
may be obtained from Mrs. Irving
Ingram, ticket chairman, UN 4-4192,
or Mrs. Leo Gaspas, 626-6795. Pro-
ceeds will go toward the building
of Beth Aaron's new house of wor-
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Silver-
stein of Oceanside, N.Y., announce
the engagement of their daughter
Eve Heather to Steven Allan
Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Fisher of Oak Park Blvd., Oak
Miss Silverstein will graduate
from the University of Michigan
in April, with a BA in speech
correction. Mr. Fisher has grad-
uated from U. of M. and is pursu-
ing his PhD in psychology at the
Senator WAYNE MORSE of Ore-
gon, U.S. Commissioner of Educa-
tion HAROLD HOWE II and STE-
PHEN ROSENFELD, editorial
writer on foreign affairs for the '
Washington Post, head the roster
of speakers to address the Wash-
ington Institute of the National
Council of Jewish Women at the
Statler-Hilton Hotel, Washington,
Monday through Wednesday.
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HIS BEATITUDE ELISHA
the Armenian Orthodox patriarch
of Jerusalem, Tuesday offered the
opening prayer at the U.S. House
of Representatives. His Beatitude
is here on a visit from Israel. A
number of congressmen, in re-
marks honoring his appearance in
the house, commended his efforts
to foster peace and mutual under-
standing among Christians, Mos-
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