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May 13, 1966 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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Hillel PTO to Install
Schostaks Presidents

Hillel Day School Parent Teach-
ers Organization will install its new
officers 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Im-
perial Caterers.
Rabbi Simon Murciano, headmas-
ter, will be installing officer, and
there will be a special honor pro-
gram aranged by Cantor Reuven
Frankel and assisted by junior
high school teacher Mrs. Joel Wein-
garten.
Friends of Hillel are invited.
Officers are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Schostak, president; Dr. and Mrs.
Oscar Bigman; Mrs. Eddie Silver;
Mrs. • Irving Nusbaum; Mrs. Leo
Rosen; Mrs. Irving Schnipper; Mrs.
Myer Mandelbaum and Dr. Harry
Maisel, vice presidents; Mrs. Saul
Reubin and Mrs. Irving Caplan,
seecretaries; and Harold Strom,
treasurer. Mrs. Gerson Berris, out-
going president, will serve as ad-
viser.

FREE

For You Or Your Organization

YOUR
JEWISH HERITAGE

An informative booklet on
traditional Jewish life and law

Write: Mr. Ray Keator
Kraft Foods Co.
99 Park Avenue
New YoYrk, N. Y.

Jewish Meals

It is always a puzzle to me why
Jewish housewives are so rarely
adventurous in dishing up "some-
thing new" for their families. For
one thing—the "old" is so well ap-
preciated, why bother? This is par-
ticularly true of fish dishes which
had become so traditional in the
Jewish home that any deviation is
almost akin to a breach of faith.
However, do try this one and see
whether your critical family won't
crown you with new laurels.
As to the dessert this week, why
not try Jelly Roll?—Simple to bake
as it is good to eat. What's more—
it keeps well. Not that it is ever
allowed to stay long what with chil-
dren and grandchildren always
hopping around the cookie platter.

Chopped Fish and Chopped Spinach
Steamed and Molded
6 oz. butter
2 lbs. salmon
2 lbs. spinach
2 lbs. halibut
5 onions
1 /4 teaspoon nutmeg (optional)
2 eggs
4 egg yolks
4 egg whites
2 cups sweet cream
salt and pepper to taste
Chop salmon well, add two onions
grated and two egg yolks, salt and
pepper to taste and mix well. Fold in
two egg whites beaten stiff but not
dry and one cup of heavy sweet cream
beaten stiff. Put salmon in mold well
greased with three ounces of melted
butter. Dry spinach well and chop well,
add one onion grated and two eggs.
Salt and pepper to taste and Y4 tea-
spoon nutmeg (optional). Put spinach
mixture on top of salmon mixture in
mold. Chop halibut well, add 2 onions

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 13, 1966-21

Presented as a Jewish public service
By KRAFT FOODS

They'll Make History
at ORT Reunion

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)

grated, 2 egg yolks, salt and pepper to
taste. Fold in two egg whites beaten
stiff but not dry and one cup of heavy
sweet cream beaten stiff. Put on top
of spinach in mold. Put three ounces
melted butter on top. Put mold in pan
of two inches hot water and bake in
350 degree oven one hour or until
knife inserted for testing comes out
clean. Unmold and garnish with broiled
tomatoes and broiled mushrooms.
Jelly Roll
4 egg yolks
4 egg whites
1 cup sugar
1 tablespoon orange juice
1 tablespoon lemon juice
rind of one lemon grated
1 cup flour .(measured after sifting)
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
Lightly butter a jelly roll pan 15x10
inches, line with wax paper, and lightly
butter wax paper and sides of pan,
add batter and bake in 400 degree oven
about 12 minutes or until toothpick
inserted comes out clean.
Beat egg whites stiff but not dry,
adding, while beating, 1/4 cup sugar.
Put aside. Mix dry ingredients and
sift again. Beat egg yolks until lemon
colored. Add gradually rest of sugar,
continue beating, add orange juice,
lemon juice and rind and beat well.
Fold in lightly to above egg white
mxiture then fold in lightly flour mix-
ture. Put in wax lined pan and bake
as directed. Lay dampened towel or
cloth on table, remove pan, lay on
dampened cloth, remove wax paper
with sharp knife cut off crusty edges
and roll cake together with towel and
let stand a few minutes. Unwrap,
spread with jelly or whipped cream
mixed with raspberries or sliced straw.
berries (if roll to be served shortly)
re-roll and wrap in wax paper until
serving time.

Mrs. Joseph G. Fenton, charter
member and historian for Women's
American ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation Through Training)
Michigan Region, has inaugurated
an idea for recording the history
of the organiza-
tion in this 25th
year of its exist-
ence.
In order to ex-
pedite her task,
and to suppl e-
ment the records,
she has planned
a "Class Reunion
Tea" at her home,
s 17525 Oak, 2 p.m.
Mrs. Fenton Saturday. She has
invited all ORT presidents of re-
gion and chapters, past and pres-
ent, as well as a group of "pillars
of ORT," a group of women who
have contributed to the success
of the organization.
Each president will come pre-
pared with a brief completed ques-
tionnaire highlighting the accom-
plishments of ORT during her ten-
ure of office.
Mrs. Fenton plans to correlate
this material and present the com-
pleted history to the organization.

ORT's Parkwood Unit
to 'Hold Theater Benefit

Mrs. Louis A. Gottlieb, president
of Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT, announces the an-
nual benefit theater party this
year will feature Eydie Gorme and
Steve Lawrence in a variety show
at Fisher Theater June 22.
Advance ticket reservations may
he made now by calling Mrs. Got-
tlieb, UN 2-2743, Mrs. George Seid,
LI 5-1676, or Mrs. Leon Paul, 353-
7698, ticket chairmen.
All proceeds go to ORT schools
for teaching trades and skills in
28 countries. The credo of ORT
( Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training) is "Help a
Man to Help Himself."

HGrant

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