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June 19, 1964 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-19

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Thelma Phillips Wed
to Melvin Shotten

JVS, Community Service Joint Meeting Tuesday

Jewish Meals

inch slices, then cut each slice into
By Mildred Grosberg Bellin
pieces about 2 inches long. Place in a
The sweet golden flesh of the bowl. Put the remaining ingredients into
small saucepan, bring to a boil, then
cantaloupe is so delicious that, a sin-liner
for 5 minutes. Strain over the
quite properly, almost all recipes cantaloupe and stir lightly to coat each
Cover, and refrigerate overnight
for its use tend to preserve its piece.
before using. To preserve for future use,
natural state. We may accentuate place the pieces of melon in hot, steril-
half-pint jars and fill to overflowing
the flavor with a little salt, sweet- ized
with the syrup. Seal, and store in a cool
ener, or liquid, but rarely do we place. This amount makes approximately
cups of pickle and about 11/2 cups of
cook it. We prefer to eat the fruit 3
syrup.
CANTALOUPE JAM
raw, either as half-shells, or diced
4 cups diced cantaloupe
alone or in combination with other
(1 medium-large)
11/2 tablespoons leMon juice
foods. Cantaloupes blend well with
31/4 cups sugar
other fruits and berries, and add
2 small seedless oranges,
peeled and diced
delightful taste and texture con-
3 A teaspoon grated orange rind
trast to poultry and vegetable sal-
3 /1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
ads.
Select a firm-ripe melon. Peel it and
However, at the height of the remove the seeds. Cut the flesh into f-
dice. Remove all the white mem-
season, when the melons are very inch
brane from the oranges before dicing
plentiful and inexpensive, we fre- them. Save any juice which you get
when the oranges are cut and add it to
quently wish to preserve them for the
melon. Place the melon, orange, and
later use, when they become more lemon juice in a 4-quart saucepan, bring
to a boil, then simmer for 15 minutes.
rare. The following recipes sug- Add the remaining ingredients and stir
MRS. MELVIN SHOTTEN
gest two ways of keeping their until the mixture comes to a boil. Cook
over medium heat for 25 minutes, stir-
Cong. Bnai David was the setting goodness.
ring from time to time. Now, stirring
for the late afternoon marriage of
CANTALOUPE PICKLE
constantly and scraping the bottom as
1 medium-sized cantaloupe
you stir. cook the jam about 10 minutes
Thelma Frances Phillips to Melvin
1/2 cup sugar
longer, until the syrup begins to thicken.
Sam Shotten recently. Rabbis
1/2 cup white vinegar
The jam should still have its rich, amber
cup honey
color. Test according to the directions
Jacob Segal and Hayim Donin and
1 ,,2 cup water
in the introduction, to see if the jam is
Cantor Hyman Adler officiated.
1 tablespoon mixed pickling spice
sufficiently cooked. As soon as it is
Select
a
cantaloupe
which
is
ripe
but
ready,
into hot, sterilized jars or
The newlyweds are the children still firm. Cut in half, remove the seeds, glasses pour
and seal. This recipe makes about
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips of and peel. Cut the melon into quarter- 31/2 cups of jam.
Stoepel Ave. and the Rudolph
Shottens of Monte Vista Ave.
The bride wore a full-length
gown of silk organza trimmed with
Chantilly lace and featuring a nar-
row, flat Dior bow belt. A satin pill-
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fingertip French illusion veil. She
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Matron of honor was Mrs. Wil-
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Isobel Moscoe. Serving as brides-
maids were Barbara Snitman and
Naomi Portnoy, and junior brides-
maids were Pam Weiss, Caryn
Vogel and Linda Vogel.
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Best man was Mike Vogel. Ush-
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FRESH, SMOKED
Perry Phillips, brothers of the
bride, Robert Bonin, Arnold Gold-
Raw, Pickled
smith and Julian Smith.
After a Chicago honeymoon, the
newlyweds will live in Ann Arbor.

The annual joint meeting of the
Jewish Vocational Service and Com-
munity Workshop will be held Tues-
day, 4 p.m., at the Standard City
Club. Both agencies will nominate
and elect officers and new trustees.
Robert Kasle, JVS president, will
present highlights of the agency's
activities. William M. Wetsman,
president of Community Workshop,
will give a similar report.
At this meeting JVS will present
i t s annual Employer-of-the-Year
award to the company which has
been most helpful in employing the
agency's clients. The Community

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WSU Law Prof. Siegel
Seeks State Judgeship

Lb. $1 59

Boaz Siegel, law professor at
Wayne State University, announc-
., ed his candidacy
for a Wayne
County seat on
the new State
!Court of Ap-
peals.
A consultant to
the U.S. secre-
tary of labor on
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Friday, June 19, 1964
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