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September 16, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Septe mber 16, 196 0 —

Nlapam Stand
Creates Storm in
Israel Coalition

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Long
standing differences between the
left-wing Mapam and the centrist
Mapai erupted when Mrs. Golda
'Weir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
had • demanded that Mapam re-
sign from the Cabinet. •
Mrs. Meir charged, at a Cabi-
net meeting, that Mapam had re-
peatedly violated the "collective
responsibility" principle of the
coalition agreement by maintain-
ing contact with foreign embassies
and by advocating foreign policy
ideas which are not in accord
with the Government policy.
Mrs. Meir objected to the fact
that the Mapam's foreign lan-
guage bulletins and other pub-
lications took an anti-government
position, especially on the ques-
tion of Arab Israel relations with-
in Israel as well as with regard
to the Arab refugee issue. The
"collective responsibility" princi-
ple adopted by the Cabinet im-
poses upon each party of the
coalition government the duty of
supporting government policies,
unless the Cabinet specifically ab-
solves the party from such
responsibility.
Mapam holds two seats in the
Cabinet.
Mapam's attitude was debated
at the Cabinet meeting. It was
further aggravated when Al Ha-
mishmar, daily newspaper, pub-
lished by Mapam, expressed pub-
lic disagreement with the govern-
ment's Arab policy. Mapam called
upon the government to ease its
policy regarding Arab refugees
by an offer to accept the return
to Israel of some of those refu-
gees. According to the Mapam
arginnent, this move would form
one of the bases for an Arab-
Israel peace settlement.
Mapam also criticizes Israel's
treatment of the approximately
220,000 Arabs living in Israel.
The party levels criticism against
military rule in some of the Arab-
inhabited areas in Israel, charging
that such rule "gives the Arab
states ammunition for agitation
against Israel and ' the opportu-
nity to misrepresent our desire
for peace."
clared that th
Mrs. Meir
Arab refuge • problem "could
have been s ed long ago, had
ea ers used that
not the Ar
olitical weapon which,
issue as
they he e, would end the story of
Israe Addressing a meeting
her sponsored by the Mapai
p. c she stated that "Israel h
re eatally expressed its -ire
tg sit around a table N
rab neighbors and
,ace." She decl
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`Zionist Jews Are Most Dangerous' in U.S.;
Southern School Segregationist Says

NEW ORLEANS, ((JTA) — school board.
The district attorney linked
A local district attorney who is
a le. • - n the Southern fight "the Zionist Jews" with the
FEATIJ
egregation has school issue by asserting that
charged
in
a
spe
that "the they were the backers of Save
Well planned meals,. espe- ening and flour, seasoned
in this our Schools, Committee on Pub-
cially for the coming High Holy a dash of salt and sou • ,rated most dangerous peo e
lic Education and the National
Days, is as essential as the pro- lemon or orange ri • , then add country today" are "t Zionist Association for the Advance-
verbial well-planned career be- some of the liqu• , stirring over Jews."
trice. at- ment of Colored People.
Leander H. Perez,
till thickened
fore college. For centuries our moderate he
He said there was "a certain
nd Pla-
torney
for
St.
Bernar
umps.
Turn
this
and
free
o
people have followed special
ounties), class of people" who were "lick-
in quemines Parishes
oked col m
Rosh Hashanah food customs. over the
a speech ing their chops" at the situation
A holiday atmosphere pervades a casse e, sprinkle with fine made the statement
e federal created by the fight over school
the home via the special foods crumb' and bake 30 to 45 min condemning the t
temporary desegregation and then went on
/350` F. or till browned judg s who issue
associated with the occasion. utes
g
control
of to define them as- "the Zionist
in
retur
on
Wine; and Honey with sliced
Jews."
rlea
schools
to
the
*
*
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apples to signify the deep-felt
calloped Cantaloupe Rin
wish for a good and sweet year
Dessert
ahead; Challah; Gelfilte Fish;
our Guests Will Be
F ou a
Chicken; Tzimmes of Carrots
Cut cantaloupes i 0
ed
With
Their Stay
Deli
and its variations; Lekach (hon t hi ck rings, remov
etroit's
Finest
.
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ted
t-
ith a scalloped or
shen Kugel with some fruits-
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e
the-season dessert are
m each ring in rn and
holiday special foods to prep
p e rings on a wax aper o
Cor. Rhode Island
alu num foil-lined o o e
ROSH HASHANAH DINNE
shee • at will fit into
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pan •
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Wine
enough o g" to come
Challah
• Continental Breakfast
• 60 Air-Conditioned Rooms
Chopped Liver Pineapple Mold*
over the long sides of pan so
• Free Parking
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Gefilte Fish Balls in nest of Sliced
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they can be used to cover the
• Moderate Rates
Tomatoes on lettuce
Oven Broiled Chicken Quarters, .filling rings. Now fill r i n g s
Accommodations
For Large Group of Guests
Special
fruit glazed*
with melon be the
Carrot & Sweet Potato Tzimmes*
Scalloped Cantaloupe Rings, fruit ends of can
filling
or honey melol ,
Crispy Raisin Drops'
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Pineapple-Nut Drops*
berri
either fresh or well
Chopped Liver Pineapple Mold dra . ed canned kind., Top with
Save the top of a fresh pine- a rig of fresh mint of your
Impalas, Bellaires, Corvairs, Etc. at
orite fruit salad dressing
apple. Cut pineapple lengthwise
Cleanup
Bargain Prices --the lowest
and with a grapefruit knife ust before serving ti
*
*
ever
offered
in this area.
scoop out centers, leaving a hal
I
Crispy
inch inside rim. (Dice the p
apple a f t er removing cen
cup dark o lig
vegeta e shor
nb
fibrous sections and use w h 1/2 1 cup
cup sugar
the Cantaloupe Rings for 11'•s-
2 eggs
11/2 cups sifted 11-p
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sert along with other fruit -
s
SHORE CHEVROLET
Mold chopped beef liver o 1/2 teaspoon
teaspoon b ing soda
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1 teaspoon va Ila flavoring
each half of pineapple, rou
teaspoon gr ed lemon r' d
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3 1/2 cups dry cereal (cornfl es pre-
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cocoanut
1 cup chopped or fla
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tions close together so that the preparing the rest of the in-
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adjusted easily. Arrange groups shortening and sugar and beat
of sesame crackers (available in eggs one at a time till com-
with circled U label) or toasted bined. Sift together the dry
thin rounds of rye bread around. ingredients then sift gradually
Place a fork or spreader on into the creamed mixture, mix-
each side for easy serving when ing till well blended. Dust the
passed around the table. For plumped raisins lightly with
filling the average sized scooped flour and fold into the mixture
Thus propheded
Zephaniah:
out pineapple you will need 11/2 along with the flavorings and
"THERE WILL COME
2 pounds of beef liver, 4 dry cereal, adding the cocoanut
A DAY WHEN I WILL
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tablespoons of-oil or greased cookie sheet, or a foil-
to
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sc
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through food chopper or till lightly browned. Yields
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approximately 36 cookies.
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(A Quick-Easy)
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1 well-beaten egg
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cup well-drained canned crushed
A NEW AND UNIQUE WAY TO GREET
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pineapple
2
cups
sifted flour, sifted again
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with
YOUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ON
oiler flame turned up to 1 / teaspoon
each baking powder
and baking soda
50° F. for 20 minutes or till
cup
chopped
walnuts
or
pecans
lightly browned. Turn skin-side 1 .2 5 drops yellow vegetable colo
up, brush each piece with di-
if desired
luted marmalade or orange juice
Cream shortenin

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