A. WALTER SOCOLOW, New
York attorney, recently elect-
ed president of the JevItish Educa-
tion Committee of New York and
was installed in his new post
"Love is an ideal thing, marriage
a real thing; a confusion of the
real with the ideal never goes un-
Mirial l Field
Fhe Blessing over the Horse
Every week for several weeks n certain
Rabbi set aside a small sum of money
towards the costly purchase of an esrog.
By the eve of Sukkos he had saved
enough, and so he set out to make the
all-important purchase. He had nearly
reached his destination when a sad sight
met his compassionate eyes. By the
wayside lay a lifeless horse and by it
sat the driver in great distress. "This
is my only means of livelihood," wailed
the poor fellow. "How shall I feed my
hungry children now?" Imrgediately the
Rabbi handed over the "esrog money"
as a contribution towards a new horse
returned home empty-handed. "Most
men," he goodhumoredly philosophized,
"will pronounce the benediction over an
esrog. It is fated that I should pro-
nounce the benediction over a horse."
Detroit again will publish a ne-
crology (memorial book) listing
those in whose memory members
plant trees in the Martyrs' Forest
All names must be received as
soon as possible by the respective
lodge chairmen. If a minimum of
100 trees is planted by •a lodge's
members, each member will re-
ceive a copy of the book, printed
with a complete list of names and
mailed immediately after Oct. 15.
A section in the Bnai Brith
Martyrs' Forest will bear the name
of each individual lodge.
gathered for you
MISS ELAINE HOLLANDER
Mrs. Mak Liss of Roselawn Ave.,
and Mr. Manuel Hollander of
Parkland Rd., Birmingham, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Elaine Hollander to Rich-
ard M. Hedvenrich, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Heavenrich of Lin-
coln Rd., Huntington Woods.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Her fi-
ance was graduated from Carleton
College, Northfield, Minn., and is
studying for his doctorate in clini-
cal psychology at Wayne State Uni-
A Dec. 15 wedding is being plan.
Friday, September 20, 1968-41
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Hollander-Heavenrich ' Bnai Brith Publishes
Vows to Be Said Dec. 5 1 JNF
This year, Bnai Brith lodges in
GREEN-8 CENTER ONLY !
SATURDAY& SUNDAY !
2 GREAT SALE DAYS
Of Cabbages and Kings
It is, of course, more usual on this
picturesque harvest festival to pro-
nounce the benediction over the fruits
(and vegetables) of the land. So it is
a particularly good time for cabbage
to make an interesting appearance.
In ancient Judea, cabbage, far from
being a common and garden vegetable,
was • highly regarded as a most un-
common delicacy. And the dishes that
follow are uncommonly good, too.
Barbara Raznick to Be
L. Miliman's Bride
FESTIVE CABBAGE KUGEL
34 cup Planters 011.4 cups shredded cabbage
4 egg yolks • 1 cup water
2 tsps. lemon juice
3 cups fresh bread cubes
'A cup unsifted flour • 1 tsp. salt
1/4 cup golden raisins
4 egg whites, stiffly beaten
Heat Planters Oil in large skillet. Add
cabbage and sauté over low heat, stirring
frequently, for 30 minutes, or until tender.
Meanwhile, beat egg yolks. Stir in water
and lemon juice. Add bread cubes, flour
and salt. Beat until thoroughly blended.
Stir in raisins and hot cabbage. Fold in
beaten egg whites. Pour mixture into oiled
11/2-quart casserole. Bake at 375°F. 1
hour, or until set. Satisfies 6.
HEARTY HARVEST SOUP
cup Planters Oil
4 cups chopped cabbage
11/2 cups chopped onions
t cans (1 pound 3 ounces each) tomatoes
1 cup water • 2 tbsps. lemon juice
2 tbsps. flour • 2 tbsps. sugar
1 tbsp. salt • 2 tsps. caraway seed
1/4 tsp. pepper • 1/4 tsp. garlic powder
Heat Planters Oil in large saucepan. Add
cabbage and chopped onions. Sauté about
15 minutes, or until tender. Stir in toma-
toes, water, lemon juice, flour, sugar, salt,
caraway seed, pepper and garlic powder.
Simmer over low heat about 1 hour. Fills
6 to 8 soup bowls souperbly.
Pi the Clouds
According to Rabbi Akiva, our wan-
dering ancestors lived not in booths
but in clouds ... clouds of faith that
stood between them and the dangers
of the desert. But perhaps the succah,
fragile and transient, is a symbol of
the fragility and transience of life itself.
maybe it is to remind us of the
simple life ... of the fact that man's
needs are basically few ... However,
if your family's needs are basically
manifold and include an insatiable
craving for cake, that's one need you
can easily satisfy with
I cup firmly packed light brown sugar
1/2 cup Planters 011
1 tsp. cinnamon • 1/2 tsp. cloves
1/2 tsp. nutmeg • 1 cup applesauce
2 cups unsifted flour
I tsp. baking soda • % tsp, salt
sup coarsely chopped Planters Pecans
Combine brown sugar, Planters Oil and
(glee$. Mix until blended. Add applesauce.
Stir in flour, baking soda and salt; beat
well. Stir in Planter Pecans. Pour into
lightly oiled IPA it4Y1 x 216-inch loaf pan.
Bake at 350°F. 1 hour and 10 minutes,
or until done. Leave in pan 10 minutes.
Remove from pan and let cool on wire rack.
Makes one spicy applesauce loaf.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
,IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER
MISS BARBARA RAZNICK
Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Raznick
of Brooks Ln., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Barbara Lynn to Lawrence Ira
Millman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer E. Millman of Adrian Rd.,
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of educatiorr Mr. Millman was
graduated fnim the Detroit Insti-
tue of Technology's college of busi-
ness administration, where he was
affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi
A wedding in December is being
ALL WOOL !
Green-8 Center only!
TUES., THURS. NITES
ALL YOU CAN EAT
Call for Res. 386-5000
9 to 9 p.m.
12 Noon to 5 p.m.
9 to 9 p.m.
12 Noon to 5 p.m.