26L, Friday,'Deceadier 31,'1971
THE-DETROIT AMMO NEWS
Travel to Pioneer" Women
NEW WAY WITH
Frank 11. Kelley, attorney general, addressing Pioneer Women
at its annual donor event, described his recent trip to Israel and
visit to one of the 1,000 Pioneer Women installations there. Pictured
with him are (from left) Sophie Sislin, founding member of Detroit
Pioneer Women; Mildred Weiss, national board member; Doris
Fishman, donor chairman and vice president of funds; Rebecca
Goldberg, president of Greater Detroit Council of Pioneer Women;
and Nettie Turner, co-vice president of funds.
Editor, The Jewish News:
After reading your commentary
of Dec.- 17, I wish to add the fol-
lowing passage of our heritage,
pertaining to Prof. Jacob Katz,
rector of the Hebrew University,
about the mitzva of pathology,
"Rol hamkayem nefesh achat
miyisrael kilu kayem olam mole."
Anyone that saves a life of an
Israelite is like saving the whole
God knows pathology saves many
many lives. According to our con-
cept, the Sabbath is most holy, but
if we have to save a life it is a
mitzva to break the Sabbath and
save a life. If the "pseudo hasi-
dim" would understand this, maybe
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, etc.
and His ORCHESTRA
"Distinctive Styling in Music
to You, Individual Taste"
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Our 30th Year
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Elderly Enjoy 'Fiddler'
Editor, The Jewish News:
Thanks to some generous bene-
factor, tickets for an afternoon per-
formance at Northland Theater of
"Fiddler on •the Roof" were pro-
vided, with transportation, for any
residents of the Jewish Home for
the Aged who were able to attend.
I am writing on behalf of one of
the recipients of this wonderful
gift, one who is still glowing with
delight because of a day she can
Isn't it great to know -there are
warm and giving people, who real-
ize mere existence is not sufficient
and are thoughtful enough to bring
joy and happiness into the lives of
people who have so few special
MRS. ABE COHEN
26481 Franklin Pointe Dr.
Southfield, Mich. 48076
Editor, The Jewish News:
Yesterday afternoon (Dec. 15) a
group of us from Borman Hall and
the new Meyer L. Prentis Hall—
about 100 in all—were bused to
the Northland Theater, to see
"Fiddler on the Roof."
Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Mattler and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
R. Sobel. Transportation was pro-
vided by the Women's Auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for Aged. We
For Four Servings
2 lbs. ground lean meat
2 tbls, chopped parsley
2 medium onions, chopped
1 mashed clove of garlic
34 tsp. cinnamon
2 tsp. salt
34 tsp. pepper
34 cap olive oil
I can Telma tehina sauce
34 can water
4 tbls. pine nuts
1.Mix the meat with pal-sley, onions,
garlic, cinnamon, salt and pepper.
2. Grease lightly -four pyrex or alumi-
num flat plates (about 7 inches in
diameter). Divide the meat mixture
into four and spread each part on
bottom of a plate, making a round
flat patty. Dr i zzle olive oil on top.
3. Bake - them all at the same time in
a 400 degree F oven for six minutes.
While the meat bakes, mix the tehina
sauce with the water.
4. Sprinkle the meat with pine nuts
and top with the sauce. Bake an
additional 10 minutes until the
tehina starts to become brown. Serve
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Winston of
Woodland Ridge Ave., Orchard
Lake, announce the engagement of
their daughter Lynn Cheryl to Jay
S. Kalish, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Kalish of Lincoln Dr.,
Huntington Woods. Miss Winston
and Mr. Kalish attend Wayne
State University. A June wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brooks of
Six-Bore d' Oeuvres: - - t a- ••••••kav•••••••••!"••
Introduced by Empire
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Six new hors d'oeuvres products • •
are being marketed nationally by ▪
Empire Kosher Poultry, Inc--
The "home-style" kosher delica- s tumoolsofuro .... :spasms
cies come frozen, ready to heat-
and-serve or ready to bake-and-
Four packages, each containing
15 cocktail-size pieces, are bake-
'end-serve: potato knishes, kasha
NEW & DEMO'S
knishes and liver (vegetarian)
knishes and heat-and-serve potato
ALL MUST BE SOLD'
Two heat-and-serve packages,
• - PRICES!
each containing six muffin-size
pieces are: potato knishes and
The products are all kosher-
parve, and are produced under
the supervision and inspection of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America.
Bar Mitzvas, Etc.
5 urszifure & UphoLiery
(across from Dexter-Davison)
• Accessories • Wall Groupings
i • Interior Decorating • Etc.
PURIM TRIP TO 'ISRAEL
February 14 to
March 6, 1972
Round trip via jet. Purim and Shushan Purim in Jerusalem. Complete tour
includes Sharm El Sheikh, Slat, Massada, Golan Heights including Era
class hotels, 2 meals a day, 3 sunny days in Mat. '
SPECIAL 'PESACH TRIPS FEATURING: _
1. Pesach in Jerusalem- 2. meals a day during the week of hand, and 2 'meats at *dun haws.
3. Mist dam hotels as per our itineraries. 4. Complete sightseeing including Maisado Sad Eclat.
THERE WHIM 3 MAJOR TOURS:
Tour I March 20•April 10
Tour-11 March 27-April 17
... . . . .. . . .
. . . . .
Tour III Passover & Independence Day Tour March 26 - April 23
Tour IV March 27-April 17 with Pesach in Tel Aviv
Hundreds of other flights from $ 385 up-
"kids" all had a grand time.
Toronto announce the engagement
For Further- information Call or Write
of their daughter Marilyn to
Resident, Bohian Hall Howard Swartz, son of Mr. Louis
Swartz of Ridgedale Ave., Oak
Park, and the late Mrs. Swartz. A
23125 Coolidge, Oak Park
Cantor Fenakel Thanked
spring wedding is planned.
Editor, The Jewish hews:
I would like to publicly thank
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel of Adas
Shalom Synagogue and the Golden
Age Club Choir of the Jewish Cen-
ter for providing us, the residents
of Borman Hall, with a most mean-
ingful and delightful Hanuka
For years, Cantor Fenakel and
the Golden Age Choir have enter-
tained and visited the Home for
the Aged and many nursing homes
in the community. Each time he
has brought the outside world to
us, who would otherwise be unable
to enjoy these pleasurable ma
_ In addition to the musical rendi-
tions, we were honored with the
presence of Mrs. Jacob E. Segal,
who delivered a special Hanuka
MRS. A. WERTHHEIMER
I NEW ORLEANS MALL
Greenfield and Ten Mile
THE EASY-TO-SHOP MALL
$1265 - -
• CUSTOM STYLING
• PROMPT DELIVERY
they would not create the hillul
CANTOR A. A. ROSENFELD
A simple sauce can sometimes
perform wonders. Take regular
ground meat, dress it up as sug-
gested below, and "Open Sesame"
—it turns to a famous Middle East-
ern specialty. The dish we are ref-
erring to is seniye, meat baked
with herbs; and the simple sauce
is tehina. The sauce is available,
ready to use, in cans. It is an Is-
raeli product, manufactured by
Telma, one of the leading Israeli
food industries. The tehina sauce
is made mainly of sesame seed,
and it is interesting to note that
this seed is surrounded with mys-
tic in folklore and fairy tales. In
the story of All Baba and the
Forty Thieves the doors of a cave
full of treasures open when the
famous "Open Sesame" command
is heard. This derives from the
Tact that the ripe sesame fruit
opens very suddenly. The Israeli
tehina sauce cannot open doors,
but it sure can turn the seniye in-
to one of your treasured recipes.