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Page 8. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. August 8. 1980 Women's . . Organ/zat/ons Call Gloria Yousha (671-2834) or mail to HERITAGE ,,j,, NCJW to Host Membership Coffee Aug. 13 Nadonal Council of Jewish Women will hold a member- ship coffee on Wed., Aug. 13, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Lynn Steinmetz, 195 West Spring Lake Dr., Maitland. Everyone is welcome to attend and bring a friend. For further details, contact Jan Vandenbulck at 671-5491, or Irene Greenberg at 678-6805. Beth Shalom Sisterhood Invites New Members Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood extends an invitation to all girls and women of the congregation to join their organization. Dues are $10 per year, starting on June 1. Board meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month and general member- ship meetings are on the third Wednesday of each month. The opening meeting of the season will be on September 17, and will include refreshments and a demon- stration on microwave cooking. Plans for the 1980-81 year will be discussed as well. Those who join Sisterhood early will be invited to attend the luncheon meeting in October, which is only for paid-up members. Another treat for early joiners will be participationin a consecration ceremony in November. There are also plans for programs dedicated to Jewish Book Month, Jewish Music Month and in February there will be the annual joint Sisterhood luncheon. Rishona-Masada To Discuss Tour Of Homes, Show Rishana-Masada Hadassah will hold its opening meeting on Tues., Sept. 2. Upcoming events to be discussed include the Patrons Party preceding the Fourth Annual Tour of Homes. The Patrons Party is set for Saturday evening, Oct. 11. The Tour of Homes will take place on October 22. This FACTORY OUTLET 9% - 600/0 off STORE SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICES EVERY DA Y! event will be chaired by Elaine Semel. On Saturday evening, Nov. 8, will be the Big Gifts Dinner. This affair will be held at the Escondido Condo Clubhouse, Altamonte Springs. Marlene Rossman and Alma Kerben are co-chairing this event. A highlight of the season will be an Israeli Fashion Show to be held at the Maitland Civic Center on Wed., Jan. 7. The show will feature clothing made by the students of Seligsberg-Brandeis Ha- dassah Vocational School in Israel. Hadassah members will act as models for these fashions that are not for sale but part of a national tour. Liberal Judaism Sisterhood to Welcome Williamsburg The Sisterhood of Congr. of Liberal Judaism will sponsor a "Sisterhood Shabbat," focussing on the theme "Liberal welcomes Williams- burg," on August 15-16. Services begin on Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. and Saturday at 9".30 a.m. A brunch will follow Saturday services at a cost of $3.50 per person. A guest speaker will address the group. All members of Sisterhood, all prospective members and all residents of Williamsburg are invited to attend services and brunch. RSVP to Marion Frankel at 678-3798. Imagine you can now buy top quality sofas, Ioveseats or sleepers in your choice of style or fabric direct from the manufacturer. Choose from 10,000 dif- ferent fabrics starting at $369.95. Custom Made Any Size Spring Cushions Available Special Orders Our Specialty Free Delivery 5 Year Guarantee Special Designs From Your Pictures 10,000 Different Fabrics Possible Hardwood Frames CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Any sofa $149 oo labor (tufting extra) 10,000 different fabrics to choose from H,,mc Estimates starting at $10.00 per yard. IDWW I'ick-up il+ llNkil'l_ I)clix cr.v THE FURNITURE t'acloz,11 198 S. SEMORAN BI,VD. (tlW. 436) ORI.ANDOCONNECTION PLAZA 677 0894 (I BI,K. NORTlt EAST-WEST EXP.) m OPEN DAILYSa.m. to8 p.m. SAT !o6 SIIN I to5 + +./, "/:'/,*.','++',",'+.'.',',++'','+'///+'/+,++,+// {,'/, if,,,'+'+,'/+ ///,+ Gordon Levy Gordon Seth Levy, son of Mr. Foster Levy, will be called to the Bar Mitzvah on the Shabbat of August Congr. of Liberal Judaism. Gordon is an eighth grade Teague Middle School. He is in Middle School Band and i fan. Sharing in the family's simcha will Gordon's brother, Evan; sister, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Misha and Mr. Jake Levy; uncle and a Mrs. Robert Kantor of Sarasota and three children; great uncle and aunt, and Mrs. Leon Uncerberg of Tenn.; and great aunt, Mrs. Miskiewiez of Miami. .on. Crepes toKnishes A column you want? With all I've had this summer, and more to come, You want a column? No offense meant to the watermelon growers of America, but couldn't they grow something with just one pit per product? There's nothing like the sight of a newly-washed floor studded with those little black things, and they slither through your toes when you're barefooted. But then, going without shoes has its advantages. With sneakers on, you have to streak through my kitchen to avoid those sticky juices trapping you for infinity. Then you're used for a clothes tree unless you're melted off. And then it's time for the grapes. Once, in a frenzy of domesticity, I made grape jam and have been stuck with the job every year. Purple pots, purple hands, purple clothes, purple strainers, and purple containers until I begin to see purple people! Every year I swear never again, but then 1 get the hurt look and get told that not only do I make the best grape jam, but look at 11 the money I save. Those two lines will get me every time, but I alys forget how much the grapes cost, the sugar containers (which disappear from year to year) and the fact that my time is figured below coolie wages. Add to that the year my husband went for the grapes, backed into a telephone pole, and ran up a repair bill of 3t'300. Maybe my jam isn't the best, but it's certainly the most expensive. I figure if I keep it up until l'm 107, I might break out even. A column you want? Forget it. It's time for all those nice new-member get-togethers that all of the organizations sponsor each year. If you're asked to bake, here's an easy recipe that's absolutely scrumptious. ROCKWOOD WAFER COOKIES Cream: 1 c. butter I c. sugar '/z c. brown sugar SPICED POT 5 Ibs. of beef for ! t I 2 Tblsp. shortening 2 c. water 2 Tblsp. 2 tsp. salt 1 lb. mixed dried Brown meat on all hot shortening in kettle. Remove meat, off fat. boil: Put m, Add pickling spice. covered, for 2 salt and fruits. hour longer, or tender. Slice meat with the liquid top. Garnish with Serve with noodles. Blend in: Here's one that 2 eggs family likes. 2 Tblsp. water 1 tsp. vanilla APRICOT Beat welL Slrley 16 oz. broad noodl Combine: 6 Tblsp. margarine 3 c. flour 6 eggs, separated 1 tsp. soda 2 tsp. dnnamon '/2 tsp. salt '/= tsp. nutmeg Add flour mixture. Mix 1 c. sugar thoroughly. Cover and chill for ', tsp. salt at least 2 hours. Wrap 1 2 c. dried apricots, tablespoon dough around fine (or y0 each Rockwood chocolate substitute pru mint wafer. Top with walnut or 2 Tbisp. pecan half. Bake on greased V2 tsp. lemon rind, cookie sheet for 10-12 minutes at 375 degrees. Boil, drain noodles. Add fat, Here'sarecipethatladored, egg yolks and but I wouldn't say my family is ingredients, lastly beating down the kitchen wall softly beaten egg for. In fact, they seem to think well and pour that it's a waste of a perfectly 13 baking dish. good box of dried fruit. Well, d that's show biz! rd appreciate it hour or until broWn. if someone out there would try it and let me know. The Now Printers. ... and to especially serve you better, two NEW locations ... 337 Hwy. 434 316 W. Colonial Atrium II Building (nextt0 H0wardJ@ nsn Winter Spring, FL I-4 & Colonial 327-2730 834-0930 LIVE OAKS CEr 225 Live Cass, 331-1001