Detroit Socialites to Dance Saturday
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Detroit Socialites will host a will be served. Meyer Green is
dance prior to the regular season's program chairman.
schedule 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
The Detroit Socialites is com-
Berkley Masonic Temple.
posed of Jewish men and women,
Eric Rosenow and his Contin- age 40 and up, dedicated to so-
entals will play, and refreshments cial and charitable interests.
For information, call Bertha
Feinberg, 557-4778; or Rose Sherer,
YOUR CANDID COLOR
for Balfour Concert of ZOD
Holidays like Rosh Hashana can
mean friends and relatives pop-
ping in at unexpected times.
This is a beautiful molded des-
Tha•'s why it make good sense
to have new improved Maxim sert that is quite simple and quick
to prepare. The dessert is com-
freeze-dried coffee right at hand.
prised of packaged flavored gela-
tin, canned fruit and whipped
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cream (or non-dairy cream). We
selected orange flavored gelatin
and canned apricots, but you may,
and his ORCHESTRA
of course, choose any other com-
"Music of its Best
bination. Just use the recipe, as a
for Your Guests"
guide for quantities and method
of preparation. Make the dessert
a day before company comes (this
one is indeed a "company des-
sert") and chill it overnight. The
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only last-minute job you will have
to do is to unmold and garnish
this handsome dessert.
Meat and Poultry
2 packages (3 oz.) orange gelatin
2 cups boiling water
1 cup ice cold water
1 small can (8 oz.) apricots
1 cup heavy cream (or non-dairy
2 tbls. orange liqeuer
Mint leaves, or green cherries for
1. Dissolve the gelatin in two cups
boiling water. Stir till the last traces
of gelatin dissolve. Add one cup of ice
2. Drain the apricots, reserving the
syrup. Add the one-half cup of syrup
to gelatin. Chill till the gelatin be-
comes thick and sticky. You may put
bowl holding' the gelatin in a bigger
bowl with water and ice cubes to
hasten the chilling. Warning: Don't
let the gelatin become too hard. If it
does, warm it again and chill more
3. Cut the apricots into quarters.
Add them to one cup of thick gela-
tin and jour into the bottom of a five-
cup mold. Chill.
4. Whip the cream and combine
three-quarters of it with the rest of
the gelatin. Add the liqueur and pour
over the first layers. me mold. Cover
with wax paper and chill overnight.
Cover and chill the rest of the whipped
cream, which you will use for gar-
5. To unmold: Run a knife along the
edges of the mold., Dip the mold half
way in hot water for 10 seconds.
Turn over on z, serv:ng plate, and let
the dessert fall out on the plate. If it
does not come out, dip again in hot
6. Garnish the dessert with the rest
of the whipped cream and with green
mint leaves or green cherries.
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SETTLEMENT IN THE EMEQ
NEW ISRAEL FESTIVAL
STAMPS TO BE ON DISPLAY
AT ZOD FASHION SHOW
and Hanuka candles and other
items from Borenstein's.
Stamps and coins from Israel
will be supplied by the Israel
Numismatic and Philatelic So-
Greenfield Noodle and Specialty
Co., Kitchen Maid Foods and Ras-
kin Food Co. are supplying the
Israel food products—including
soup mixes, fish, cookies, cheese,
falafel, tehina, humus , juices,
A surprise display will be of-
fered in the large collection of
silver, pearl, and metal pins,
earrings and necklaces.
The Saturday evening show will
commence at 8:30 p.m. The doors
will open 11 a.m. Sunday.
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For your special parties or other events try our
You'll Also Be Delighted with
ZOD Fashion, Gifts Show
to Display Clothing, Stamps
Miss Goldin, Mr. Falick'
Plan December Rites
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A women's committee has been formed to assist in plans for
the annual Belfour Concert of the Zionist Organization of Detroit,
to be held Dec. 5 at Ford Auditorium with Vladimir Ashkenazy as
guest artist. He will appear with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,
Pierre Hetu conducting. Members of the committee include (from
left), seated: Mesdames Alex S. Friediaender, Richard B. Kramer,
Sanford A. Bennett, Samuel Gold and Norma T. Hudosh; standing:
Mesdames Joel I. Hamburger, Walter S. Nussbaum, Carmi M.
Slomovitz, Sidney Friedlaender, Sidney L. Brand, Maxwell M. Hoff-
man, Sol Lifsitz and Louis Panush.
A large variety of Israel-made
articles will be on display and
on sale at the fashion and gifts
exhibition to be held at the Zion-
ist Cultural Center, Southfield the
evening of Sept. 11, and all day
Sept. 12. There is no charge.
Mrs. Carmi M. Slomovitz, chair-
man, and Mrs. Joel Hamburger,
co-chairman of the planning com-
mittee, announced that a large
variety of men's clothes will be
on display and that dealers in
numerous products from Israel
are participating in encouraging
the "Buy Israel Products" cam-
Several clothing, food and
other wholesale firms are par-
ticipating in supplying articles
for display and sale at the show.
The Princeton Shop will have a
variety of men's clothes for the
show. It will make available ties,
pants, dress and sports shirts and
Saks Fifth Avenue will show
Sherri's is providing women's
Club's 18-Year Reunion
There will be Israel-published
The Mr. and Mrs. Club 18-year
reunion will be 9 p.m. Oct. 2 at books, records, gift items, Shabat
Cong. Bnai David. For informa-
tion, call Maurice Betman, 557-
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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goldin of
Burton Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Elisa to Yale Stephen Falick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Falick
of Briar Dr., Oak Park.
Miss Goldin is majoring in so-
cial welfare at Wayne State Uni-
versity. Her fiance is a senior at
the WSU school of medicine. He
is affiliated with Phi Lambda
Kappa medical fraternity.
The couple will marry in Decem-
In "Psalms III" Mitchell Dahood
continues his commentaries on the
Psalms, published as Anchor Bibles
by Doubleday. In his latest work
he discusses Psalms 101-150.
The scholarly introductory essay,
his own translation, the notes he
has appended to the psalms under
discussion, provide new interest in
the provocative and innovative
approttch of Father Dahood.
Indexes of subjects, Hebrew
words and motifs provide material
for extended studies of the Psalms.
Father Dahood's work deals with
the dating of these Psalms, and
their poetic devices inspire the
eminent author's dedication to a
subject on which he emerges as
one of the most noted among
His translations, too, provide in-
terest in the scholar's personal
approach to the Psalter.
The attention given eminent
critics, the many who have dealt
with the Psalms, gives this work