Elaine Carol &eider
to Many Emery Weiss
Mischakoff to Solo
at Center Concert
Miss' Mahler to IVed
Barry L. Springel
Violinist Mischa Mischakoff, con-
certmaster of the Detroit Sym-
will play Men-
Concerto at the
next Center Sym-
the direction of
8:15 p.m. March
23 at the Jewish
Beethoven's Seventh Symphony
and the overture to Mozart's "The
Marriage of Figaro" are also list-
ed on the program.
Tickets are available at the Cen-
ter cashier's office.
By MILDRED GROSBERG BELLIN
(Copyright, 1965, Jewish Telegraphic
MISS ELAINE SNEIDER
The story of Purim has been
described as an allegory of the in-
destructibility of the Jewish peo-
ple and the eternity of Israel
everywhere, and so, for us, its
celebration has the deepest signi-
ficance. But Purim is also a fes-
tival free of high solemnity, a holi-
day on which we may give way to
full, free fun. Just how we ex-
press our mood of gayety may de-
pend on where we live. Here, one
of the delightful community cus-
toms is the Queen Esther Ball, fre-
quently a masquerade at which
Hamans and Mordecais cheerfully,
After the ball is over we can
prolong both the fun and the
Purim celebration with a breakfast
at which we feature traditional
Purim foods. This is a perfect time
for serving the large Hamantas-
chen made with yeast, and natur-
ally for so gay an occasion we
would want extra-rich and extra-
good cakes such as the flaky ones
which are described today.
While these Hamantaschen could
be the drowning glory of our
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Sneider
of Prest Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Elaine
Carol to Emery J. Weiss, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiss of Wis-
The bride-to-be is a junior in
Wayne State University's college
of education. Mr. Weiss is a senior
at Ferris State College of Account-
ing, where he is affiliated with
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
breakfast, no Purim would be com-
A December wedding is planned. plete without Nahit in some form.
Names Mrs. Orbach
Appointment of Mrs. Harold Or-
bach to the staff of the Jewish
Community Council of Detroit was
announced by Sidney M. Shevitz,
As program associate with the
Council, Mrs. Orbach has assumed
responsibility for the Council's
weekly radio and
television p r o -
grams and for
the special holi-
d a y broadcasts
which the Coun-
cil has sponsored.
She will also
work with com-
munity groups in
organizing t h e
annual city - wide
c o m memorations
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and
A former student at the New
York School of Performing Arts,
and at Brooklyn College, Mrs. Or-
lach was associated with the Jew-
ish Education Committee of New
York and was an instructor in
dramatics at the YMHA in New
York. She taught dramatics in sev-
eral other Jewish Centers, includ-
ing Detroit's. As a performer, Eve-
lyn Orbach appeared on TV and
radio and has made special appear-
ances on the "Ed Sullivan Show"
and "The Goldbergs."
Editor, The Jewish News:
We appreciate the extensive
mention of Herbert Ehrmann's
material in "Felix Frankfurter: A
Tribute" in your issue of Feb. 26.
' However, I am sure you are as
happy as we all are that Mr. Ehr-
mann is very much alive and thriv-
ing. I am sure the adjective "late"
got in by error.
Director of Public Relations
American Jewish Committee
(Editor's Note: As Mark Twain
once said after a similar experi-
ence, "The reports of my death
have been greatly exaggerated.")
Here we have suggested a tradi-
tional recipe in which the Nahit
are cooked with honey and cinna-
mon, the spice so beloved in orien-
tal cookery. If you prefer, the
Nahit may be prepared with pow-
dered ginger to taste instead of
the cinnamon. Nahit is the name
we give to the dried legumes
which are also called chick peas,
ceci, or garbanzos, and they repre-
sent the kosher foods which were
the only ones Queen Esther would
eat in the palace of Ahasuerus.
Honey Spiced Nahit may be served
hot as a side dish or cold as a
tidbit. For our breakfast, either
way is suitable. If you wish, you
may also prepare Honey Spiced
Nahit for a meat meal by using
Since appetites have been stimu-
lated by an evening of fun and
dancing, the after-the-ball break-
fast should be a hearty meal, com-
plete with bagels, cream cheese,
and lox, scrambled eggs, and plates
of smoked fish.
Bagels, cream cheese and lox
Assorted rolls, jam, butter,
Platters of smoked fish
Honey spiced Nahit
HONEY SPICED NAHIT
1 1-1b.14-oz. can chick peas
(garbanzos or ceci)
1 tablespoon butter
;,;, cup honey
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
Drain the chick peas thoroughly—
the liquid may be used in soup. In an
8-inch skillet bring the butter, honey,
salt, and cinnamon to a boil, then sim-
mer for 5 minutes. Add the chick peas,
bring to a boil once more, than simmer
for 10 minutes. From time to time stir
gently. These may be served hot as a
side dish or cold as a tidbit. The recipe
makes about 1Y2 cups.
For a meat meal substitute parve
margarine for the butter.
1 cake yeast
1/4 cup lukewarm milk
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
% pound butter or margarine
2 tablespoons sugar
Y2 cup dairy sour cream
2 eggs, well-beaten
14 teaspoon salt
Prune, Poppy Seed, or Honey-
2 teaspoons honey
Dissolve the yeast in the milk. Sift
the flour into a bowl. With a pastry
blender or two knives cut the butter
or margarine into the flour until the
particles are the size of split peas.
Add the yeast mixture, sugar, sour
activities in Society
Cadet Paul Draznin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave K. Draznin of Ard-
more Ave., was presented an award for excellence in conduct and
athletics at Roosevelt Military Academy. Cadet Draznin is a freshman
at the Illinois prep school.
The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Watnick, 17527 Stoepel, are hosting a kiddush in honor of
the couple's 60th wedding anniversary following services Saturday at
Adas Shalom Synagogue. •
cream, eggs, and salt. Nlix thoroughly
to make a smooth dough. If necessary,
add a little more flour, as the dough
should be just stiff enough to handle.
Cover the bowl, and chill in the refrig-
erator overnight. Next day, roll out
inch thick on a lightly floured board.
Fold into thirds and roll out again.
Fold and roll twice more. The last time
the dough is rolled form it into a
rectangle one-fourth longer than it is
wide. Cut into 12 equal squares. Place
a spoonful of filling near the center
of each, and fold over to form a tri-
angle. Press the edges firmly together,
then tuck them neatly under the dough,
still keeping the shape of a triangle.
Place 2 inches apart on a greased cookie
sheet, and let rise at 85° F. until double
in bulk. Brush with the honey. Bake at
350° F. about 20 minutes, until a rich,
deep brown. If desired, some of the
cakes may be filled with one type of
filling, and the rest with the others.
POPPY SEED (MOHN) FILLING
1,/, cup finely ground poppy seeds
I,2 cup milk
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
../4 cup seedless raisins
y4 cup chopped walnut meats or
! 4 tablespoon chopped citron
1 tablespoon light corn syrup
IA teaspoon vanilla extract
Place all ingredients except the vanil-
la extract in a small saucepan. Bring
to a boil, then stir over medium-low
heat until the milk is absorbed and the
Mixture becomes thick. Cool and stir in
the vanilla. This amount will fill 12
% cup prepared prunes
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
Grated rind of ;?2, lemon
To prepare the prunes, cook them
until tender, then drain thoroughly.
Remove the pits and cut the prunes
into small pieces. Add the remaining
ingredients. This amount will fill 12
Hamantaschen. A commercial Lekvar
may also be used in place of this filling.
* * *
HONEY WALNUT FILLING
3/4 cup honey
1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts
era cup fine, dry bread crumbs
6 teaspoon grated orange rind
Place the honey, walnuts, and bread
crumbs in a saucepan. Stir constantly
over low heat until the mixture becomes
thick. Scrape the bottom as you stir
to prevent sticking. Remove from the
heat, and stir in the grated orange rind.
Cool before using. This amount will
fill 12 Hamantaschen.
MISS CAROLE MAHLER
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Mahler
of Dundee Ave., Huntington
Woods, announce the engagement
of their daughter Carole Joan to
Barry L. Springel, son of Mr.
Joseph Springel of W. Nine Mile
Rd., Ferndale, and the late Mrs.
Miss Mahler is a junior at East-
ern Michigan University. Her fi-
ance, a graduate of Drexel Insti-
tute of Technology, is attending
Wayne State University's law
The wedding date has been set
for Aug. 28.
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Town Beyond the
Wall," the story of a Hungarian
refugee who finds the strength to
help a half-crazed fellow prisoner,
will be presented as the first in a
new series entitled "Between
Man and Man."
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Prince of the Ghetto,"
the second of a two-part series on
the works of I. L. Peretz, will in-
clude readings of "The Magician"
and "If Not Higher" by members
of the Center Theater.
* * *
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Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: "Jeremiah" will
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Jewish Education Leader
Seeks Reservoir of Youth
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Jewish
community must build a reservoir
of educated adolescents to furnish
Jewish intellectuals and leaders
for the next generation, Dr. Azriel
Eisenberg, executive vice-president
of the Jewish Education Commit-
tee of New York, declared here at
a dinner marking the 25th anni-
versary of the JEC, which serves
more than 700 Jewish schools in
the Greater New York area.
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