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September 23, 1966 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-23

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WSU, ZOD, Hadassah, J. L. Hudson
Sapir to Ask U.S.
Co-Sponsors Levenson Lecture Oct. 13 for Break Buying
A lecture by Sam Levenson, Oct. being co-sponsored by the J. L.
13, at Rackham Auditorium, is Hudson Co., Wayne State Univer- Food With Dollars

Friday, Septernbef 23, 1966-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Meals

sity Professor Dr. John Dorsey,
the Zionist Organization of Detroit
and HadasSah.
Levenson will autograph copies
of his new book, "Everything But
Money," published by Simon and
Schuster, after his lecture.
Admission to the meeting will
be free and there will be no solici-
tations.
Dr. Dorsey, WSU Professor,
Mettie Baron Golub of the J . L.
Hudson Co., Carmi M. Slomo-
vitz, ZOD president, and Mrs. Lil-
lian Pearlman, Hadassah presi-
dent, have issued the invitation
to the community to participate
in this cultural meeting. They will
appear briefly on the program
preceding the lecture.

Challah is associated with Sab-
Before his scheduled appearance
at the home of Mrs. Morris Schaver bath and holidays. Many of us have
in Southfield, Israel Minister of recollections of challah-baking, and
Finance Pinhas Sapir said he sometimes "Eier Kichlach" too, to
would attempt to persuade Ameri- be eaten Friday night and Satur-
can authorities to allow Israel to . day. There was an age-old custom
buy U.S. surplus foods with Israeli for housewives to throw a piece
currency.
of dough into the fire. This is as-
Until now, Israel has been buy- sociated with the tribute paid to
Anniversaries
ing U.S. surplus foods with Ameri- the Temple •in Jerusalem.
Hospital • New Babies
If. as Bernard Shaw claims, the
can dollars, paying out for this
Bon Voyage • Birthdays • Sympathy
purpose about $8,000,000 a year. sincerest love is love of food, then
Expenditure of dollars for this happiness is dunking a chunk of
It's easy to be thoughtful ...
purpose, said Sapir, "has now be- fresh home-baked challah in rich,
call us ... we'll sign your
come a heavy burden on Israel's warm fish-gravy.
card and deliver a gift
foreign currency balance."
basket for you.
C.hallah
1 cake compressed or 1 package
During his trip, Sapir is to visit
dry yeast
eight major American Jewish
1 /4 cup lukewarm water
1 cup boiling water
centers, to confer with leaders of
3 tablespoons salad or vebetable oil
United Jewish Appeal drives. He 11/2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons sugar
will also explore the possibility
2 eggs
Remember that the most beauti- of convening North American and
1 egg, eeparated
ful things in the world are the South American industrialists and 41/4 cups flour
Combine water (boiling) with oil, salt
most useless; peacocks and lilies, investors next year, in an effort and sugar, stirring until dissolved. Cool
8122 W. 7 MILE - RD., at Wyoming
for instance.
to interest them in investing in to lukewarm. Dissolve yeast in 1/4 cup
water. When boiling -water
development projects in develop-. lukewarm
has become lukewarm, combine the two
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areas in Israel. The con- mixtures. Put four and one-quarter
on pastry board, make a depres-
ference, he said, would be held in cups
sison in center, add lukewarm combina-
Israel.
tion, 2 eggs and one egg white, mix

By ROSALIND

1 /2

teaspoon salt
3 eggs
Sugar and cinnamon for top
Sift together flour, baking powder
and salt, heat eggs very well and add
to flour mixture. Knead well, about
five minutes. Put on board, roll out
1/4-inch thick. cut into diamonds, prick
each well with a fork and sprinkle
with sugar and cinnamon. Bake on
lightly floured cookie sheet in 350
degree oven about thirty-five minutes.

Kichlach Egg Cookies
1 cup flour
teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon sugar
3 tablespoons salad oil
5 /4 teaspoon salt

1 /2

Beat eggs thick. Add sugar grad-
ually and continue beating. Mix flour,
baking power and salt together. Add
oil and above mixture. Beat smooth.
Drop by spoonful (teaspoon) on cookie
sheet (greased about 3 1/2 inches apart).
Bake in 325 degree oven about 15 min-
utes.

`Grant

PLENTY

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S. ZUNSER,

(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)

INCORPORATED

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KOSHER
CATERING

Socialites Unit Opens
Season With a Dance

OF THE SHAAREY SHOMAYIM SYNAGOGUE

14200 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Pork

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Detroit Socialites will begin the
season with its 10th annual Yom
Kippur Night Dance 9 p.m. Satur-
day at Beth Abraham Synagogue.
Music will be provided by Eric
Rosenow's Continental Orchestra,
and refreshments will be served.
Jewish men and women age 30 to
50 are invited.

well and kee paddin gflour until all
combined. Knead dough until smooth
and elastic, adding a little more flour
if necessary. Place in a greased bowl,
grease top of dough with oil cover
with a clean towel and let rise double
in a farm place. When risen knead
again and divide dough into three
equal parts. Roll each part until all
of equal lengths and braid togehter.
Put challah on a greased tin or bread
pan and cover, put in a warm place to
rise double again. When risen, brush
with• egg yolk mixed with 1 tablespoon
water and bake in 375 degree over or
until well browned, about one hour.
Eier Kichlach
1 3/4 cups flour
3 /4 teaspoon baking
powder

20010 James CoiriensDrive
Detroit, 35 a Michigan •

cooepau eceo,frieex.,

Phon e,: 342-5666

NOTICE: Yom Kippur is Sat., Sept. 24—We will be closed all day. We will be open Sun., Sept. 25—as usual.

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CHEESE

12 portion

c

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PURPLE
PLUMS

4 a 89c

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1-lb.
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CHILI
SAUCE

DESSERT
TOPPING MIX

37c

Reg. 49c

4-oz.
Box

3

12-oz. $100
Bottles

35c Each

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VITA
ALASKIAN KING

CRAB
MEAT

6-Oz.
Pkg.

69`

SUMMIT BRAND
IMPORTED
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PEA
PODS

(Snow Peas)

7-oz.
Pkg. 29C

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MRS. PAUL'S
DELICIOUS

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Heat N' Eat

10-oz. 29C
Pkg.

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99c

U.S. #1
FRESH

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3 $100

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Excellent for freezing

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OF MELLONS

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12c lb °

Sweet as Honey!

1-lb. 39 C
Carton

Reg.
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$289

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CO (PON

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45' 3 lbs. 29c

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