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SEEKING of your |1 events. and |nd other nachus. In the widest we several contrib- and become a columnist, photos of would a space- Call 834-8787 or 834-8277 Proud grandparents Norman and Laurie Angel of Maitland are still celebrating the birth, on February 20, of their first grandson, David Aaron, to son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Angel of Pittsburgh. There's also a very proud great grandmother, Fanny Angel Cohen, down at Kinneret II. The Angels reported that though there are "lots of great grand- daughters," this is the first great grandson. Dr. and Mrs. Juda Bicket of Rockledge, Fla., are the maternal grand- parents. Globe trotter Dorothy Morrell has just retumed from her 11th trip to Israel, where she went, this time, as a guest of El AI Airlines and the Israel Tourist Bureau, with a group of Florida travel agents. Dorothy visited the Museum of the Diaspora in Tel Aviv and called it a jewel of a museum." She also visited friends and relatives and was especially delighted to spent time with Steve and Leora Wise, son and daughter-in-law of Abe and Tess Wise. Helda Witkind phoned in to make sure that all her many friends realize how much their cards and kind wishes meant during her recent week-long hospital stay. She said that their support surely speeded her recovery, and added a "thank you one and all." HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. February 29. 1980. Page 7 00Susan Taylor Engagement To Carl Klein Announced The engagement has been announced of Susan Katz Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Katz of Deland, to Carl Howard Klein of Orlando, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Klein of Long Beach, N.Y. A 1970 graduate of Deland Senior High School, Susan spent her junior year at AIonei Yitzhak, in Israel. She is a Life Member of Hadassah and works part-time for B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Carl Klein, who attended school in New York, is employed by Geary Distributors Inc. A March 15 wedding at Congr. Ohev Shalom, Rabbi Rudolph Adler officiating, has been planned. After a wedding trip to the West Coast of Florida the couple plans to live in Orlando. TAYLOR d an article by In it, :her book--a said, about She pro- school a course of mother- as it we could to become by me children, r her! No one his either-- washing cannot for lunch It's thinking of will enter- possibly offend, recognizes me like my anyone think olympic love the s When I think bit will I'm lucky. when I Broadway to a all ing such a read all mothers Population zero. What US? the sleep- baby, first date. us of the the nurse into washing i the garage but it feeling of your son team and might dwell must be endless omit the %ildren ask might g, d the flowers (Even if the a neigh- in the made it for so seni- because out and me for with her money and signed her brothers' names along with hers on the card because they were broke. Not only that, she was the only one from her school newspaper staff to be selected to attend a conven- tion in North Carolina. And she scored four goals in her soccer game fol- the second week in a row. Maybe it's because my oldest son, in his first year of wrestling, made it past the district tournament and is competing in the regionals this weekend, hopefully on his way to state, And several college football coaches have been calling him about-the possibility of his attending their school. I love to hear his end of the conversations--he speaks to them like such a mature, polite adult. And he. lent his sister his car five times in one week and when he needed it himself, he drove her and all her friends around. Or maybe it's because my youngest tooka lecture on "no more mediocre grades for bright students" to heart and came home with all A's this week. Or because he knew his grandmother was tired, and he brought over the footstool without being asked. And he put away all of his clothes. And he scored a hot trick, winning the game for his soccer team. All in all, they've been good kids this week. And if a mother can't kvell a little, who can? COOKIE DOUGH HAMANTASHEN 2/3 c. par=re margarine or butter I/2 cup sugar 1 egg 3 tbs. milk or water I/2 tsp. vanilla 21/2-3 c. sifted all-purpose unbleached flour I. Cream the shortening with the sugar. Add egg and continue creaming until smooth. 2. Add the milk and vanilla. Stir in the sifted flour until a ball of dough is formed (a food processor is excellent for this). 3. Chill for 2-3 hours, or overnight. 4. Preheat oven to 375 . 5. Taking one fourth of the dough, roll out on a lightly floured board to a thickness of one-eighth inch. Cut into two- inch circles. Fill with one tea- spoon of poppy-seed or nut fill- ing and fold into three-cor- nered cookies. (Press two sides together, and then fold the third side over and press the ends together.) 6. Bake on a well-greased cookie sheet, 10. to 15 min- utes, until the tops are golden. Makes about 36 pareue or dairy Hamantashen. POPPY-SEED FILLING I lb. sugar I/2 c water 1 lb. poppy seeds 2 egg whites 1 tsp. vanilla Rind and juice of 1 lemon Rind and juice of 1 orange 2 tbsp. rum 4 oz. raisins 2 oz. figs, chopped Cinnamon to taste 2 c. apricot or raspbeny jam I/= c. unsalted butter or pareue margarine 1. Combine the sugar and water and simmer while stirring over low heat. 2. Grind the poppy seeds in a food processor or blender. Add to sugar mixture. 3. Add the egg whites, vanilla, lemon rind and juice, orange rind and juice, rum, raisins, figs, and cinnamon. Simmer over a low heat for about 5 minutes. Add thejam and butter, and continue sim- mering until the butter is melted and all the ingredients are combined. Use as is, or put in the refrigerator for a few minutes until the filling becomes a bit firmer. NUT FILUNG 2 c. walnuts, ground 1 3/4 c. sugar I tsp. vanilla Rind and juice of I lemon Rind and juice of 1 orange I tbsp. rum I/2 c. raisins 4 figs, chopped I tsp. cinnamon, or to taste | c. orange marmalade or apricot jam I/= c. unsalted butter or par=u= margaflne, creamed or melted 2 large egg whites Combine all the above ingredients and mix well. HAPPY PURIM! HAPPY CALORIES! New Community Adult Choir Being Formed A community adult choir is forming and will begin rehearsal on Tues., March 4, 8 p.m., at the JCC auditorium. The choir is forming under the direction of Elaine Farb, to perform at Israel Expo '80, scheduled this year on May 4, noon-5 p.m. at Rollins College. All members of the com. munity are invited to partici- pate in the choir. Interested persons should be at the rehearsal on March 4. eeeeeeeeeoeoeoeeeee : FRESH HAMANIASCHEN e e i Prune or Poppy : : Saturday, March 1 ! 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