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June 03, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-03

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Jewish Meals

Out of the long association with
their Slavic neighbors in Russia
and Poland, our mothers borrowed
two recipes for refreshing cold
soups — Schav (sorrel or sour-
grass) and Borsht (beets) which,
with an added Jewish touch, be-
came great summer favorites.
Both of these dishes may be pre-
pared in a variety of ways. Preced-
ing a serving of blintzes or lathes
(pancakes) and beverage, either
will make a satisfying light lunch
or supper during the torrid months

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(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)

when heavy meals should best be
avoided.

iVlilchig Borsht

3 bunches beets peeled and grated
21/2 quarts cold water
2 onions grated on large grater
1 medium potato peeled and grated
on large grater
Juice 1 lemon
1 tablespoon sugar
2 teaspoons salt
2 cups milk or half milk and half
cream
3 eggs
Cook beets until soft in water with
salt, lemon juice, sugar, grated onions
and grated potato. Season to taste with
more lemon juice, salt and or sugar.
Beat eggs well. Bring milk or half and
half to boiling point and gradually
pour over eggs stirring and gradually
constantly to avoid curdling the eggs.
When both mixtures are cold, combine
them and refrigerate. Serve with sour
cream and diced cucumbers if desired.
Schav (Sour Grass or Sorrel)
2 pounds schav
2 onions or 5 whole scallions
1 teaspoon salt
3 eggs hard boiled
If preferred add more salt, sour
salt (citric acid) or lemon juice
and sugar to taste
2 quarts water
Wash and stem schay. Using only
leaves, chop well with minced onion
or scallions cut fine. Put in pot, add
water, salt and or 'sour salt or lemon
juice and Sugar to taste. Boil fifteen
minutes. Cool and refrigerate. When
cold add three eggs hard boiled and
minced fine. Mix well. Serve with sour
cream and one cucumber diced.

Indoor Picnic' to be Held
by Rovner-Lachowitcher

The Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid
Society will hold an indoor picnic
noon Sunday at Cong: Beth Yehu-
dah. William Solomon heads the
picnic committee. Friends of mem-
bers are invited. All proceeds will
go to charity.

8922 W. 7 MILE RD., at Wyoming .

Ilittleman-Green Vows Mumford, Central Alumni
to Honor Helen Delbridge,
to Be Spoken June 18 Fund Set Up in Her Name

Helen J. Delbridge, principal of
Mumford High School, who is re-
tiring after 42 years with the De-
troit school system, will be hon-
ored at an open house 2 to 5 p.m.
June 12 at Mumford.
Also in her honor, the Mumford
Parent's Club is establishing the
Helen Delbridge Award, a continu-
ing fund, for the Mumford student
who, each year, achieves the high-
est degree of excellence in English;
Miss Delbridge's particular field.
Miss Delbridge's tenure as an
English teacher began at Northern
High School. She taught 28 years
—as an English teacher and coun-
selor—at Central.
In September 1954, she was of-
fered the assistant principalship of
Cooley High School, and in June
MISS SAUNDRA HITTLEMAN
1961, upon the retirement of C. E.
Mr. Douglas Hittleman of Green- Frazer Clark, she was appointed
view Ave., Southfield, announces principal of Mumford High School.
the engagement of his daughter
Saundra Ellen to Bert-rum Allen Officers to Be Installed
Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Green of St. Petersburg, Fla. The by Detroit Socialites
bride-to-be is the daughter of the
Detroit Socialites will hold its
late Mrs. Phyllis Hittleman.
installation dinner dance 6:30 p.m.
Miss Hittleman is a senior in the Sunday, at the King's Arms Restau-
school of education at Michigan rant.
State University. Her fiance is a
Eric Rosenow's Continental Or-
graduate of Michigan State.
chestra will provide the music for
The couple plans a June 18 wed- dancing, which will begin at 9 p.m.
ding.
For dinner reservations call,
Esther Oshan, UN 4-3006.
Do your bit to prevent blight
This will mark the end of the
and decay — Keep Detroit Beau- season's social functions. The pub-
tiful.
lic is invited.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 3, 1966-23

Akiva Meeting Set
for Monday Evening

David I. Berris and Mrs. Max
Stollman, chairman of Friends of
Akiva, are making final arrange-
ments for the meeting 6:30 p.m.
Monday at the Dorchester Commu-
nity House, Somerset Park, Troy.
Additional committee members
who have been appointed are
Mesdames Emil Spilman, Ithamar
Koenigsberg and Charles Snow.
Dr. Marvin Fox of Ohio State
University will be speaker.

For information call Akiva
342-9119.

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