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March 29, 1968 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Planters Peanut Cookbook

32—Friday, March 29, 1968

Offers Kosher Recipes

Northwest Hebrew Memorial Park
Buys $10,000 More in Israel Bonds

Northwest Hebrew Memorial Park has made an additional pur-
chase of $10,000 in Israed Bonds, increasing its Bond holdings to
$50,000. Announcing the purchase were (from left) Joseph Katchke,
treasurer; David Galin, chairman of the cemetery commission; Phillip
Stollman, chairman of the Israel Bond congregational and High Holy
Day Council, and Louis E. Levitan, director of the Detroit Israel
Bond Organization.

•Midnight Memorial Vigil to Recall
Tragedy of 6 Million, Ghetto Uprising

Detroit's annual commemoration the auspices of the Council's cul-
of the Warsaw Ghetto tragedy will ture commission. Edwin Shifrin
be observed this year in the form and Irving Pokempner are co-
of a "Midnight Memorial Vigil" chairmen.
April 6 at the Jewish Center.
The event, arranged by the Jew-
ish Community Council, was an- Odessa Society Sets
nounced by Council President Dr. Israel Birthday Fete
Samuel Krohn.
The Odessa Progressive Aid So-
Beginning at midnight April 6 ciety
will celebrate Israel's 20th
and lasting for one hour, the vigil year
of statehood at a Yom
is dedicated to the memory of the Ha'atzmaut
9 p.m.
Six Million and the martyrs of the Saturday at the Evening
Labor Zionist In-
Warsaw Ghetto who revolted stitute. The celebration
will honor
against the German army and Nazi Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tushman,
oppression in April 1943, on Pass-
longtime active
over.
members of the
The Vigil represents the second Odessa Society.
of two related programs sponsored
Louis E. Levi-
by the Community Council. Re-
cently, Council sponsored a special tan, director of
program in tribute to the cultural the Detroit Israel
And spiritual heritage of Eastern Bond Organiza-
European Jewry. The April 6 pro- tion, will be guest
gram commemorates the tragedy speaker for this
of the Warsaw Ghetto which sym- affair on behalf
bolized the end of a chapter in of the Israel bond
Jewish history spanning 500 years. cause. A special
Belkin
The Detroit presentation is under attraction will be
a movie of the Six-Day War.
Israel's anniversary will be toasted
with Israeli wine, and refresh-
ments will be served.
Louis Nathanson is the president
and Samuel H. Belkin is Israel
anniversary chairman.
Friends are invited.

Business
Brevities

MORREY'S, 283 Hamilton, Bir-
mingham, is keeping the prices

down on tremendous inventory of
fine 14-karat gold jewelry. The
price of gold is rising from 10 to
25 per cent, according to national
economists. Those who visit Mor-
rey's now will save.
*

Super-Soup?

Mild mannered Mrs. Adler ...

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yet she can do more with one
touch than the "giants" with
all their armies of commercial
chefs. If that isn't super-soup,
what is? Onion, Mushroom,
Tomato, Vegetable, Cabbage,
Potato, and New England Fish
Chowder. All super. All Kosher
for Passover.

run5 ntrz

Distributed by

Adler Food Dist. Co.

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Southfield, Mich,

Pamela Braun, newly appointed
jewelry buyer at PIEDMONT
JEWELRY AND APPLIANCE
CO., 19147 Joy, has just returned
from an extensive buying trip
to New York. Rings, watches,
birthstones and hundreds of pieces
of fine jewelry are arriving at
Piedmont daily. Piedmont's newly
enlarged jewelry department is
now offering bigger discounts.
Piedmont is open daily to 6:30;
Monday and Friday to 8 p.m.;
closed Sunday.

I

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or dry cotage cheese
cup sugar
3 /4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Planters Peanut Oil
In a small bowl, beat 1 egg slightly.
Add 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon Plant-

1 /4

ers Peanut Oil and milk; blend thor-
oughly. Gradually add flOur, beating
until smooth.
Pour 2 tablespoons batter into a hot,
lightly oiled 6-inch skillet. Tilt pan to
spread batter. Cook over low heat until
set. Remove from pan. Repeat with
remaining batter.
Combine pot cheese or dry cottage
cheese, remaining egg, sugar, 1/1 tea-
spoon salt and cinnamon. Blend thor-
oughly. Place 2 tablespoons cheese fill-
ing in the center of each blintz. Fold
sides toward center and roll up like a
jelly roll.
Shallow-fry in hot (375° F.) Planters
Peanut Oil until golden brown. Serve
with sour cream, if desired. Makes 16
blintzes.



selected by the colleges' commit-
tee on admissions to attend the
National College of State Trial
Judges at the session to be held
at the University of Nevada, Reno,
in July. The National College of
State Trial Judges is sponsored
by the Council of the Section of
Judicial Administration of the
American Bar Association and
represents a development in the
field of post graduate legal edu-
cation and judicial administration.

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

LI 1-2563

MISS MIRIAM WOLFE

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wolfe of
Sunderland Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Miriam
Estelle to Robert B. Miller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller of
Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect attended Wayne
State University. Her fiance was
graduated from Eastern Michigan
University.
A June 23 wedding is planned.

BARBARA PAUL

Vocalist

(Formely with Sammy
'Wolf and His Band)

Now Available For
Your Parties

LI 7-8626

Goodfellowship Groups,
Lutzker Voliner to Meet

Goodfellowship Men's Club, Lutz-
ker Voliner Society and Good-
fellowship Women's Auxiliary will
jointly sponsor a social evening
8 p.m. Sunday.
Speaker will be young attorney
Albert M. Colman, a board mem-
ber of the Jewish Center, past
commander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans and presently chairman of
the 1968 professional division of
the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund.
Colman will speak on his recent
experience in Israel and show a
film on the Six-Day War. Arrange-
ments have been made by N. H.
Feldman.

BY POPULAR DEMAND !

Now Booking

ED BURG

and His Orchestra
Good Music
for All Occasions

LI 4-9278

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AHAVAS ACHIM SYNAGOGUE

For Further Information Regarding Menu and Prices Please Call

LONDON (JTA)—Rumors of an
imminent resumption of diplomatic
relations with Israel by Czecho-
slovakia were reported here by the
Guardian's correspond ent, Geoffrey
Moorhouse, in a dispatch from



Sweet Cottage Cheese Souffle
1 3 2 pounds pot cheese or dry cottage
cheese
1 /1 2 cup sugar
lA cup Planters Peanut Oil
4 eggs, separated
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
Put cheese through a sieve and set
aside. Combine V4 cup sugar, Planters
Peanut Oil, egg yolks, lemon juice and
lemon peel. Blend cheese into mixture.
Beat egg whites together with remain-
ing 3/4 cup sugar until soft peaks form.
Fold into cheese mixture. Pour into
an oiled 11/4-quart casserole.
Bake in a moderate oven (375° F.)
about 60 minutes, or until done. Makes
6 servings.
Cheese Blintzes
2 eggs
1 1 /4 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon Planters Peanut Oil
1 1/4 cups milk
1 cup unsifted flour
1 container (8-ounce) pot cheese

JUDGE GEORGE D. KENT of
the Common Pleas Court has been

BY RESERVATION ONLY

Paper Reports Rumors
of Israel-Czech Ties

Prague

Since dietary laws prohibit the
combining of meat and dairy prod-
ucts at the same meal, Jewish
cuisine includes a unique collec-
tion of cheese and • egg dishes.
Noodles, pancakes and souffles,
mainstays of these dairy meals,
have been given many distinctive
variations by creative Jewish
cooks.
As one of the culinary subjects
of a new 30-page cookbook, "Five
Great Cuisines with Planters Pea-
nut Oil," Jewish cookery takes its
place with the foods of France,
Italy, China and America. The
section of Jewish cookery includes
recipes for such time-honored
tempters as Knaidlakh, Potato
Knishes and Herbed Potato Pan-
cakes, as well as intriguing new
items. All depend on the use of
peanut oil, the most subtle of the
polyunsaturated cooking oils, to
wake up the flavor of other in-
gredients. In addition, Planters
Peanut Oil is kosher and parve.
"Five Great Cuisines with Plant-
ers Peanut Oil" also incorporates
helpful hints, historical informa-
tion and menu suggestions. A spe-
cial feature is the part devoted to
correct techniques for deep frying,
shallow frying and pan frying with
peanut oil. Illustrated with 20 full-
color photographs, the new booklet
contains more than 75 recipes for
appetizers, main dishes, side dishes
and desserts.
Here is a taste of the treats in
store for Jewish cooks from "Five
Great Cuisines with ,Planters Pea-
nut Oil." Both recipes are dairy
main dishes for luncheon or dinner,
rich in flavor and appetite appeal.
For additional recipes, write for
free copy of new cookbook to:
Standard Brands Educational Serv-
ice, P.O. Box 2695, Grand Central
Station, New York, 10017.

Miriam Estelle Wolfe
to Wed _Robert Miller

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