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December 02, 1960 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-02

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Dec. 15
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Dec. 20
Always use postal zone numbers where
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first 2 ounces and 11/2c for each additional

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Contrary to popular opinion,
Several noteworthy classics an especially interesting Mer• most fruits may be canned with-
have just been made available idian book — "Folksongs and out sugar. Sugar will be keep
the shape, natural . flavor, and
by Meridian Books (12 E. 22nd Footnotes." It is an interna-,
St., N. Y. 10). tional songbook, containing- 84 color of fruits used for canning,
Outstanding, among them is songs of many nations, with but it is not necessary for the
"A Rabbinic Anthology" by commentaries by the noted preservation of the fruit.
It is now possible to have
C. G. Montefiore and H. Loevvie, singer and a most enlighten-
the sweet taste that sugar pro-
issued jointly by Meridian and ing introduction.
vides by using a new concentrated
the Jewish Publication Society.
The importance attached to liquid sweetener, called Sugarine.
An interpretation of major the book by Bikel is emphasized
A
calorie - free
sweetener,
Midrashic and Talmudic pas- in a dedicatory
Sugarine, can be used in prepar-
sages, "A Rabbinic Anthology" note in which
ing syrups for home canning, or
first appeared in 1938 and its he states that
in any recipe where sugar is not
value is felt as much today in the book is
required for bulk.
the ranks of scholars of all dedicated —
faiths. The. religious concep-
When preparing a syrup for
to those who
canning, use the following meas-
tions of the Rabbis of old- are have roots and
ure: For a light syrup, use one
explained in terms that are know n o t
tablespoonful Sugarine mixed
understandable by lay readers where ; who
as well as by theological stu
with three cups of water. For a
have an - heir-
, 3;,,,,,, •• •
dents.
medium light syrup, use one
loom crusted
:''
tablespoonful Sugarine mixed
. ...:.
Jointly with the Jewish Pub over and going
..,.,...:.:::..,:::;
with two cups of water. For a
' lication Society, Meridian Books to waste; to • .
heavy syrup, -use one table-
republished in a paperback Dr. those whose
Bikel
spoonful
sugarine mixed with one
Salo W. Baron's "Modern Na_ fathers transplanted them and cup
of water.
tionalism and Religion."
i knew not the secret of acquiring
This time
of year,
apples
are
Another important joint JPS- : the New without abandoning the probably
the most
popular
fruit,
Meridian re-publication, in a ' Old ... to those whose ancestors both for pies and for applesauce.
paperback, is "The Zioni s t' had pride and song, humility Following is a tried and true
Idea," edited by Rabbi Arthur . and song, whose forebears sang recipe for sugar-free applesauce:
Hertzberg. It is an accepted of heroesand cowards, sang
Wash
and drain
authoritative work and as an an- . songs of grief and songs of joy apples.
Remove
ste fresh, sound
and blos-
tholo gy of the works of out- I' I • • to those who gave of their !som ends and slice. ms
Cook until
i standing Zionist philosophers it song while learning mine."
• soft, using a little water to pre-
i- has assumed a place of major
There are included in this vent s t i c k i n g. Press apples
I
significance as a guide for stu• I volume not only Hebrew and I through a sieve or food mill to
dents of the Jewish nationalist Yiddish songs, but also Ladino i i emove skin and seeds, then
movement. - melodies.
i sweeten the applesauce with
Theodore Bikel, who has
Among the songs in the col - 1Sugarine to suit your taste.
gained much fame as a singer lections are English. American I Reheat to boiling and pour boil-
Stir -hot into sterilized mason
of folk songs, is the author of Mexican, Greek, Russian, Slovak, , ! ing
ars.
to remove emir bubbles, jhen
t
Scottish, French, Gypsy and
process
20
minutes
in
boiling
other selections.
Kirk Douglas'
i water.
There are commentaries on
New Roles
Kirk Douglas, currently in the songs and their original issue of The Jewish News.
Munich, Germany, starring in the texts also are accompanied by
Also issued by Meridian is a
American-German co-production. English translations.
of Mirisch-Gloria, "City of Evil,"
It is a magnificent work that paperback of Boris Pasternak 's
for an
autobiography,
" I
which Gottfried Reinhardt . is will be treasured .by its its
posses- Remember,"
translated
by David
directing from a screen play by sons.
Magarshack, containing
Manfred G orge, is negotiating
e a 1 s o
Of interest is another pa: Pasternak's essay "Translating
with George Sidney for the lead perhack, also a joint JPS ;
Shakespeare,"
in "Return Fare," to be shot by M e r i d i a n re-publication — ' Manya
Harari. tra n s 1 a t e d by
Mel Ferrer in Hollywood early "Jerusalem and Rome — the
The Meridian publications are
next year. Douglas is preparing, Writings of Josephus," se- being distributed, in addition to
for his own company, "Monte- lected and with an introduc- Meridian Books and the Jewish
zuma," in which he will play lion by Dr. Nahum N. Glatzer. Publication Society, by World
the role of the Spanish conquis- A review of this paperback Publishing Co., 2231 W. 110th -
tador Cortez, already appeared in an earlier St., Cleveland 2, 0.

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Calorie Free Sweetener
Used in Canning Fruits

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THE JEWISy NEWS

A Weekly Review

ounce. Those for foreign destinations, includ-
ing Canada and Mexico, require 4c for the
first 2 ounces and 2c for each additional 2
ounces. Cards sent at this rate will not be for-
warded or returned to sender.
2. Sealed domestic cards or cards con-
taining a written message are subject to the
first class rate of 4c per ounce. The first class
domestic rate also applies to Canada and Mexico.
To all other foreign countries the rate is 8c
for the first ounce and 5c for each additional
ounce.
' 3. Letters and cards should be faced one
way, tied in bundles and segregated as to local
and out-of-town. Local and out-of-town labels
will shortly be distributed to each residence.
Additional labels, if necessary, may be obtained
from any post office.

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