New Term in Midrasha Adult Studies Miss Victor to Marry
jay Gampel in August
to Include Conversational Hebrew
Conversational Hebrew will be
offered by the United Hebrew
Schools' Midrasha College division
of general Jewish studies for the
winter quarter which begins Jan.
The ulpan method will be used.
Those with a minimum vocabulary
of 200-300 words are invited to
register for this course which
meets 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the
Kasle High School-Midrasha Build-
. Other courses to be offered for
the next quarter include Jewish
History, concentrating on the in-
tellectual trends and movements
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mer Detroiters of San Francisco,
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PARIS (JTA)—An out-of-court
settlement of an effort by the
Rothschild family to obtain sup-
pression of Roger Peyrefitte's
best-selling "The Jews," was an-
nounced here by attorneys for the
family, the writer and the pub-
The Rothschilds charged that the
book contained anecdotes about
the family to which they objected.
The case was to have been heard
Jan. 7. Under the settlement, the
writer agreed to eliminate from
future editions two passages in
addition to one which a Paris
MISS GWEN VICTOR
Israel's 'Mixed Marriages'
The Israel population consists
of 39.4 per cent native born, 13.8
percent from Asia, 14.9 per cent
from Africa and 31.9 per cent
from Europe and America. Al-
though there is a general tendency
to marry within one's own com-
munity, the number of so-called
"mixed marriages" is constantly
on the increase, the tendency be-
ing for more men belonging to the
Ashkenazi community marrying
women of the Oriental communi-
ties, than men of the Oriental
communities marrying women of
the Ashkenazi communities.
Rothschilds Settle Suit Over Book Out of Court
The engagement of Gwen Victor
to Jay Nathan G a m p el is an-
nounced by her parents, the
Maurice V. Victors of W. Seven
Mile Rd. The bridegroom-elect is
the son of the Isadore Gampels of
Asbury Park Ave.
Mr. Gampel received his bache-
lors degree and is presently work-
ing on his masters at the university
of Michigan. Miss Victor is a
senior at Michigan State Univer-
An Aug. 14 wedding is planned.
.1 swish Meals
By MILDRED GROSBERG BELLIN
(Copyright, 1965, JTA, Inc.)
Exciting Dishes with Corned Beef a molded salad containing a blend
and Pickled Tongue
of cooked or raw vegetables would
Those perennial favorites, corned be fine with the pilaf. No potatoes
beef and pickled tongue, can also are needed with either dish.
PICKLED TONGUE OR CORNED
be combined with many other foods
BEEF AND RICE ESPAGNOLE
to create delicious, exciting, and 21/2 cups cooked rice
cups coarsely chopped cooked
novel dishes. Today's recipes
corned beef or pickled tongue
demonstrate in two completely dif-
2 tablespoons chicken fat
1 cup diced onion
ferent ways how well the meats
1 cup diced green pepper
blend with rice. The bland flavor IA cup diced pimento-stuffed green
and soft color of the cereal provide
1 cup tomato sauce
dramatic contrast to the spicy, rose-
When you cook the rice, use a gen-
colored meat, while the low cost erous quantity of boiling water and
cook only until the grains are tender
of the rice puts the dishes in the but
still separate. Drain thoroughly
cool. Remove all fat and gristle
economy group. By including in
from the meat, then chop into pieces
the recipes the ends or rot of about the size of the grains of cooked
tongue, or the odd pieces of the rice. In a large skillet over medium-
heat melt the fat, and in it cook
corned beef, every bit of the meat low
the onion and green pepper until soft
can be utilized in an attractive but not browned. Add the rice and
cook and stir for 5 minutes. Add the
meat, olives, and tomato sauce, and
stir until very hot. Serve in a casse-
We begin with either pickled role.
This amount serves 4 to 5.
tongue or corned beef combined
RED AND GOLD PILAF
with the rice in a hearty casserole 2 cups cubed corned beef or pickled
with a Spanish accent. Diced onion, 3 cups boiling water
green pepper, pimento-stuffed 1 teaspoon salt
A generous pinch saffron
green olives, and tomato sauce all
cup raw rice (use regular, not
combine their flavors to season the
meat and rice delightfully. Since 1 4-oz. can sliced
the meat is chopped, any odd bits, 1 /2 cup slivered blanched almonds
cup sliced pitted ripe olives
or slices left-over from a previous 1 /2 Remove
any fat and gristle from the
meal, can be used.
meat and cut it into 1/2-inch cubes. Add
saffron to the boiling
In the second recipe, the com- water, in a large
saucepan, and stir
pletely different Red and Gold in the rice. Use enough saffron to tint
the rice a pale golden yellow. Cook
Pilaf, the rice is delicately colored until
the rice is tender. If all the
and flavored with saffron to give water is not absorbed, drain off any
Lightly stir together the rice,
an oriental touch. Blanched al- meat, and
all remaining ingredients,
monds, mushrooms, and sliced pit- including the liquid in the can of
Heat thoroughly. The pilaf
ted ripe olives provide additional mushrooms.
also be poured into a greased,
flavor. This beautiful dish, with its may
shallow baking dish and heated in a
uniquely delicious flavor, would 350°F. oven for 20 minutes. The pilaf
can be mixed in advance and heated
be a fine choice for a buffet when in
the upper part of a double boiler
you wish to serve your corned over boiling water, or in the oven for
This amount serves
beef or tongue in a new way. Home 5 to 6, 30 if minutes.
there is another meat, or
cooked meat is especially suited
to this method of preparation as
Same 90 of the 120 members of
the pieces are cubed. If you pur-
chase the corned beef or tongue al- the Israel Knesset are residents
ready cooked, ask to have it sliced of the large towns, such as Tel
Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa and Beer-
one-half inch thick.
Because in both recipes the meat sheba. About one fifth live in
is "stretched" by the addition of kibbutzim and moshavim. The
rice, it is suggested that the meal residential distribution of the
include additional protein in an- Knesset membership has remained
other form. At a buffet, sliced unchanged throughout Israel's six
turkey may be offered as well. If Knessets.
the casserole or pilaf is used as
The greatest cunning is to have
the main dish of a family dinner, a
dessert rich in eggs would provide none at all. — French proverb.
the required nutrient. A hot green
vegetable and a crisp tossed salad THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
go well with the Espagnole, while 22—Friday, December 31, 1965
DETROIT GRADUATE CLUB,
Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity, will
hold a stag rushing party 9 p.m.
Jan. 7 at Raleigh House. A buffet
supper will follow cocktails. Mem-
bers of Alpha Delta Chapter,
Wayne State University, as well as
the men of Detroit Graduate Club
are invited. For reservations, call
Dr. Frederick Weissman, EL 6-
3200. A dinner-dance will be held
8 p.m. Jan. 15 at the Hotel Pont-
chartrain. For reservations, call
Dr. M. B. Ross, VE 8-1656.
Judge Benjamin D. Burdick
will address the BETH ABRAHAM
MEN'S CLUB 10 a.m. Jan. 9, at
a breakfast forum. His subject
will be "Divorce and How It Af-
fects the American Home."
judge ordered eliminated last
After the July ruling, the Roths-
childs, still dissatisfied, filed a new
suit, demanding damages of 100,000
francs and bigger deletions in ma-
terial in the book referring to
them. The book claims such per-
sonalities as the British Queen,
President Johnson and Gen. Char-
les de Gaulle have Jewish blood.
A Rothschild . . . But
In the news stories of the mar-
riage of Anne Ford to Giancarlo
Uzielli, it was indicated that the
latter's mother, now Mrs.' Sybil
Billotte of Paris, is a cousin of the
French and English branches of
the Rothschild family.
The explanation of it, to the
many inquirers, is that in the last
three decades the Rohtschilds
have deviated from the establish-
ed tradition not to intermarry,
and the Uzielli relationship stems
from such an intermarriage. This
explains his Christian, not Jewish
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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readers of The Jewish News each
year an informative and interest-
ing calendar, A. Goodman & Sons
Inc., makers of many food items,
now is prepared to send it free for
The calendar contains tips to
help the housewife plan and
schedule her holiday planning,
Sabbath timings and candle light-
ing. It lists both the Jewish and
civic holidays for 1966 and 1967
and the days of the months in both
the Hebrew and English, for all the
12 months of 1966.
There are year-round and Pass-
over recipes, inserted in appropri-
ate pages within the calendar itself.
Free copies are available by
writing to The Jewish News asking
for the Goodman's 1966 calendar.
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