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December 13, 1968 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-13

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34L-fridajt, biceniber 11, 1963'

TWE'VETRiilY'JEWS'ffilEYft

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JNF Women Direct - Four-Year Project

Fund, which will devote all its
efforts to participation in the Pil-
lars of Courage program.
According to Mrs. Larry Chanin,
fund-raising chairman of the aux-
iliary, this development program
involves the reclamation of 110,000
dunams (27,500 acres) of land
and opening 500 miles of roads,
as well as the planting of 25,000,-
1 000 trees in these forests.
The plan will require an esti-
mated $54,000,000 in the next four
years. Efforts of the Detroit Wom-
en of JNF will be directed toward
this project, culminating with the
annual donor tea Jan. 21 at Tem-
gathered for you
ple Israel.
by
A pre-donor meeting will be
held noon Tuesday at Bnai Moshe
Synagogue. Mrs. Pearl Nosan,
They stand lost in thought. In awe. They
program chairman of the day, an-
reach out and touch it with tender
nounces the Bel Canto Choral
fingers. They caress it. They lean
Group conducted by Don Braude
against it and close their eyes. They
will perform, accompanied by
pray. They sway. They sigh. They weep.
Mrs. Jerome Levey.
They smile. They choke with emotion.
Who are they? Where are they? And
Mrs. William Levin, president,
what is this all about?
asks that all cash collected to
date be turned in at this time. A
Ors all about a few old, old stones.
Stark stones, glistening grayly beneath
dessert luncheon will be servedj
Jerusalem's brilliantly blue skies. Far-
The public is invited. Hostesses of
famed feats of art and architecture
the day are Mesdames Samuel ■
may dazzle the eye but leave the heart
Baker, Louis Germansky, Sander
untouched. Here are neither fabled
Greenfield, William Hordes, Mor-
icons nor magnificent mosaics, neither
ris Kutinsky, Sol Lifsitz and Al- I
golden domes nor marbled columns.
bert
Sims.
Yet "The Wall," the Western Wall of

A new four-year project has
been inaugurated by the Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish National

Miriam Field

the Temple, holiest site in the Holy
Land, stirs the empathetic bystander
to the very depths of his being. Silently,
but with a voice of thunder, The Wall
speaks of thousands of years of yearn-
jag, of loneliness, of anguish, of wander -
lag; of faith and dreams and hope.

When the exiles returned front Babylon,
they reconsecrated the Temple. When
the Maccabees made their victorious
stand for freedom of worship (one of
the most astonishing episodes in ancient
history), they reconsecrated the Temple.
("Then all the people fell on their faces,
worst. , sg and praising . . . and there
was very great gladness among them
. . . Moreover Judah and his brethren
with the whole congregation of Israel
ordained that the days of the dedi-
cation of the altar should he celebrated
from year to year for eight days, from
the twenty-fifth day of the month of
Kislev, with mirth and gladness.")

9ind today, at the Temple site, visitors
gathered from the ends of the earth
stand next to so-called "irreligious"
Sabras and reconsecrate themselves
with a fervor beyond description, if not
beyond belief, to the glowing ideals of
Chanukah and of Judaism.

49(ospitality is another ancient Jewish
tradition, old as Mother Sarah whip-
ping up instant cakes forvisitingangels.
For your Chanukah visitors, angelic
or otherwise, bake these golden
24-CARAT CARROT COOKIES
1% cups unsifted flour

11/2 tsps. baking powder • 1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. cinnamon • 34 tsp. ginger

34

tsp. nutmeg • 7/, cup Planters oil

1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
2 eggs • 1/2 cup dark seedless raisins
55 cup mashed cooked carrots
1 tsp. grated orange peel
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

Sift together flour, baking powder, salt

and spices. Set aside. Combine Planters
Oil and sugar in small mixer bowl. Add
eggs; beat until mixture is light and
smooth. Mix in raisins, carrots, orange
peel, vanilla extract. Stir in sifted dry in-
gredients; beat until smooth. (Mixture
will be fairly thin.) Drop by teaspoonfuls
onto lightly oiled baking sheets about
2 inches apart. Bake at 400°F. about 8
minutes, or until edges are lightly browned.
Let cool on wire racks. Makes 4 to 5

Ca r. oi Shulman Is fled
to Ba rryGittelson of LA.

JNF Month in Detroit and
Michigan will be observed Jan. 20-,
Feb. 19, the Hebrew month of
Shevat 5729, it is announced by
David P. Zack, president of the
Jewish National Fund.
The purposes of Jewish National
Fund Month, according to Zack,
are to focus attention on the acti-
vities of the JNF in furthering
land reclamation in Israel and
strengthening its security; to place
another 1,000 blue-white boxes in
Jewish homes; to mobilize broad
support through JNF's traditional
collection methods; and to plant
more trees in Israel.
Among the features for JNF
Month will be JNF Sabbath, Feb.
1 (Shabat Shira), in which all
synagogues will participate; Tu
b'Shevat activities in schools,
synagogues and organizations; and
the women's auxiliary donor,
Jan. 21.

Esther M. Broner's Book
on Recommended List

"Journal/Noctural," Esther M.

Broner's latest book, has been
placed on the recommended list by
the Saturday Review of Literature.
It was one of just 11 works of fic-
tion placed on the recommended
list by this leading literary maga-

zine. The book has also been high-
ly praised by the Library Journal.

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changed marriage vows. Rabbi
William Kramer officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Albert B. Shulman of
Oxley Rd., Southfield. Her husband
is the son of Mrs. George Gittelson
of Los Angeles and the late Judge
Gittelson.

The bride wore a gown of Alen-
con lace over English net. She
carried a crescent bouquet of
Stephanotis, baby's breath and
Phalaenopsis.
Eleanor Shulman was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Barbara
Glancz of Saginaw and Janice
Warner of Los Angeles, were
bridesmaids.
Raymond Jones served as best

man. Howard Shulman and Jeffry
Carson were ushers.
Following a honeymoon in Mexi
co, the couple will reside in LOs
Angeles.

Mrs. Rose B. Kaufman's
Songs Receive Acclaim

A former Detroiter, Mrs. Rose B.
Kaufman, who resides in Los
Angeles, is gaining recognition as
a song writer, and several are
planned for recordings. She has
especially derived pride from her
"Lonely Child," music for which
has been written by Lou Balmy.
"Lonely Child" text is:

I'd like to take a lonely child
And help him wear a smile
I'd like, to take a lonely child
And show him life's worthwhile
And when the circus comes to town
I'd Like to take him there
Or take him to a baseball game
We'll be a happy pair
I want to take him to a store
To buy his favorite toy
I want to hold his hand in mine
And think of my own boy
There's so much I would like to do
But most of all, I know
I'd like to take a lonely child
And show I love him so.

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2%

cups unsifted flour
2 tsps. baking powder • 1 tsp. allspice
1/2 tsp. salt • S cups Planters Oil
1 cup sugar • 2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract • Sugar

Sift together flour, baking powder. all-
spice and salt ; set aside. Combine Planters
Oil and I cup sugar in a small mixer bowl.
Add eggs and beat until mixture is light
and thick. Beat in vanilla extract. Stir in
sifted dry ingredients to form a stiff dough.
(It will be sticky.) With floured hands
shape mixture into balls about I inch in
diameter. Roll in sugar and place, about
2 inches apart, on ungreased baking sheets.
Bake at 400°F. about IS minutes. or until

In jars
or cans.

done. Cool on wire racks. Makes 2 to 3
dozen vanilla crunchies.

Delicious
both ways.

0 hope that there will be "mirth and
gladness" in your home this Chanukah
. . . and the rest of the year as well!

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