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January 24, 1969 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-24

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Mercantile Group Norman Cottler's Dexter-Davison Markets Again Will Sell Jaffa Oranges
Norman Collier announced this Jaffas are grown in irrigated ready for export. Refrigerated dr. Remove the duck pieces from the
Meets Sunday to I week
casserole and place on a heated serving
that his Dexter-Davison Mar- groves where workers cultivate the ships ensure the world-famous platter.
Keep warm.
on 10 Mile and Coolidge, and trees carefully and pick the fruit Jaffa standard.
Skim off as much fat as possible. Mix
Hear Gen. Rosolio kets
tablespoons of the fat with 2 table-
Wyoming and Curtis again will very gently taking care not to
A recipe with Jaffa oranges is

The mercantile division of the
1969 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund will hear Brig.
Gen, Shaul Rosolio, commander of
Israel's Southern police district, at
a fund-raising breakfast 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, at Town and Country Club.
Benjamin H. Frank and Warren
D. creenstone are chairmen of the
Sips day evening, the general will

be honored guest at an evening en-
tertainment in the home of Mr. and
Bird. Greenstone on Goldwin Ave.,
Southfield. Members of the Israel
Survey Tour which went overseas
in October will recall their experi-
ences in the Jerusalem area where

General Rosolio has his headquar-

make available to the Detroit com-
munity the Jaffa oranges due in
this country from Israel in Febru-
The Shamouti orange of Israel,
thick-skinned, seedless and semi-
sweet, grows in Hadera, Gaza,
Tiberias, Jericho, the Jordan Val-
ley and Jaffa. It is exported from
Jaffa and is known universally be-
yond Israel as the Jaffa orange.
The Jaffa orange is the variety
that British people consider super-
ior to all others, possibly because
Richard the Lionhearted spent the
winter of 1191-92 in the citrus
groves of Jaffa.
The Jaffa orange was perfected
after centuries of experimentation
and has a semi-sweet flavor that is
almost impossible to describe.

spoons of flour. Stir into the sauce and

bruise its skin. In fact, many work- provided, courtesy of "House Beau- cook over a moderate heat until the
sauce has thickened slightly. Taste for
ers wear soft gloves for this pur- tiful," as follows:
seasonings. Spoon over the duck before
serving. Serves 6.
Very good with shoestring potatoes
Almost as important as the culti-
(they come in cans and need heating up
vation of Jaffa oranges is the care
only) followed by freshly cooked and
2 41/2 to 5 lbs. ducklings, cut
broccoli with Sauce Vinaigrette.
given to selecting and packing for
into serving pieces
export. Upon arrival in one of the
45 packing houses serving the Jaffa
Freshly ground pepper
citrus groves, the fruit is placed on
Friday, January 24, 1969-13
1 cup Jaffa orange juice
conveyor belts from which scan-
(about 5-6 oranges)
3 large ripe tomatoes, peeled,
ners remove any damaged fruits
seeded, chopped fairly fine
before passing the bulk through for
2 large onions, peeled, minced
2 cloves garlic, peeled, minced
an intensive cleaning process. Fol-
1 cup parsley springs, minced
lowing this, the oranges are air-
1 bay leaf
1/2 teaspoon thyme
dried and waxed with vegetable
and bee's wax to prevent shrinkage
Cut off any surplus fat from the duck
Season several tablespoons of
and loss of weight, and to preserve pieces.
flour well with salt and pepper and
the high glossy sheen characteristic place in a fresh bag. Drop the duck
in and toss to coat well. Shake
of first-quality Jaffas. Finally, the pieces
off any excess. Heat about 3 tablespoons
famous Jaffa name is stamped on of butter in a heavy skillet. When hot,
the duck, a few pieces at a time,
the fruit and it is sized, boxed and brown
on both sides. Add more butter as need-


Marvin I. Danto is associate
chairman of the division. Max J.
Pincus and Stanley J. Winkelman Naming of a Detroit Lawyer to Defense
are _pre-campaign chairmen.
The executive committee consists of Sirhan Recalls a Debate at W SU
of Peter D. Brown, Morton Hack,
A few months back, before under Britain. "Many British Man-
Abe-Lapides, David S. Mondry, young
Detroit attorney Abdeen Ja- date officials were British Zion-
Irving Pokempner, Emil Rose, Al bara announced
he would help de- ists," he went on, "and they passed
Sklar, Irving Steinman, Louis fend • Sirhan Bishara
Sirhan, he many laws to benefit the Zionists."
Tabashnik and Daviel Winograd.

was chastized by a fellow lawyer
Section officers are Bernard R. for not knowing the facts in a
Wayne State University debate on
the Arab-Israel conflict.
Jabara, 30, who speaks a fluent
Arabic, has volunteered to assist
in the defense of the accused as-
sassin of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy,
in Los Angeles.
Also on the defense team is
Emil Zola Berman, a Jew, who has
said the defense will argue that
Sirhan was so obsessed by the
Arab-Israeli situation that it
clouded his mind. (Berman claims
that the Middle East situation will
not come up as a political issue at
Irving Silk, James L. Stein, Alvin the trial, but he says it will be
Steinman, Max P. Steinway, David brought up "in respect to what the
Tabashnik, Fred Winkelman, Hen- exposures were on Sirhan's up-
Winkelman, and Al Zamler.
bringing, his conduct, and his
P. Sweet is division direc- past.")
Jabara volunteered his serv-
The leadership of the steel sec- ices to help with translations
tion and machinery and manufac- and has been helping to explain
turing section of the Mechanical the complex California legal sys-
Trades Division will hear General tem to Sirhan's family during
Rosolio at a meeting 8 p.m. Mon- court sessions. He is expected to
day _at the home of Mr. and - Mrs. return home early next month.
Philip T. Warren on Franklin Fair- Born in Michigan, Jabara is of
Lebanese parentage.
way, Farmington.
During the debate at Wayne, Ja-
George Friedman and G. Warren
ere co-chairmen of the steel sec- bara had presented the Arab point
tion, and Jerome M. Ash is chair- of view in the Middle East situa-
man of the machinery and manu- tion. He claimed that in the secret
Sykes-Picot Agreement of World
facturing section.
The real estate and building War I, Britain and France agreed
trades division will begin the active to make Palestine a mandate, with-
phase of its campaign activity with out informing the indigenous popu-
a workers orientation meeting noon lation. When the agreement came
Tuesday in the Patio Room of into effect after the war, said Ja-
Stouffer's Resaurant, Northland. barn, Palestine became a mandate

Allen, David I. Askin, Louis N.
Beerman, Allan Bresnick, Sol Cicu-
rel, Arthur B. Colman, Philip L.
Elkus, Walter D. Feldmesser, Mor-
ris L. Fierberg, David Frank, Har-
ry J. Goldberg, Bernard Grant,
James A. Hack, Richard A. Kahn,
Larry Katz, Meyer Kershenbaum,
Max Lebowitz, David G. Levine,
Sigmund Littman, Bernard D.
Moray, Julius Olen, Samuel W..
Platt, David S. Rose, Norman H.
Rosenfeld, Jack Schlesinger, Dav-
id M., Schwartz, Robert E.
Schwartz, D. Lawrence Sherman,

Later, attorney Sol Dann, repre-
senting Israel's position in the de-
bate, retorted heatedly, "As an at-
torney, young man, you should al-
ways check your facts. The Sykes-
Picot agreement excluded Pales-
As Berman pointed out, the
Arab-Israeli situation figures prom-
inently in the ferreting out of past
experiences that motivated Sirhan.
To disprove premeditation, and
thus knock down the first-degree
murder charge, Sirhan's lawyers
have been using hypnosis and other
tests to prepare him for the trial.
Assisting here is Dr. Bernard

E. Jefferson

ed. Place the pieces in a large, heavy
casserole with a cover. Add all re-
maining ingredients and 2 tablespoons
of salt. Cover tightly. Place in a pre-
heated 325' oven and braise for about
11/2 hours or until the duck is very ten-


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Diamond, a forensic psychiatrist
with chairs at three California
faculties. Sirhan said he doesn't
care if Diamond and Berman are

Jews. "If Mr. (Grant) Cooper,"
head of the defense team, "wants
them in the case, I want them."
It also is reported that when,
back in June, Sirhan's brother
Adel came to the jail with A. L.
Wirin, southern California attor-
ney for the American Civil Liber-
ties Union, Adel asked Sirhan:
"You want this man to help you?"
Sirhan replied yes.
"He's a Jew, isn't he?" Adel
asked, to test his brother.
"Yes," said Sirhan, "but he's a
good Jew."


General Rosolio will be featured
speaker at the meeting, George M.
Zeltzer, chairman, and N. Brewster
Broder, co-chairman, said. Real
estate division leaders who partici-
pated in the WA Mission to Israel
this month also will present their
(Direct JTA Teletpye Wire
to The Jewish News)
study report.
JERUSALEM — Israel's state-
General Rosolio will conclude his
visit to Detroit at a special meet- owned radio broadcast its first
ing of the men's special gifts work- German language play Tuesday,
ers of the Junior Division 8 p.m. apparently ending what has been
Tuesday in Room 202 of the Jewish an almost total band on the broad-

Ban on German
Ends in Israel

casting of German language script
and songs in existence since Israel
was established.
The play selected was "Andor-
ra," an anti-Nazi piece by Max
Frisch which was recorded by the
Everybody has their taste in Zurich Playhouse Ensemble. The
noises as well as in other matters. play was substituted for previously
—Jane Austen. scheduled program indicating to
observers here that it was a delib-
erate gesture in response to re-
ports that West Germany had made
Faith is the substance
a gift to Israel of large quantities
;pf things we hope for.
of arms.
Tie things we have not
The ban on German language
!yet received.
material was relaxed somewhat in
T'ss the only way man can
recent years. Brief passages from
settle the score.
German plays and excerpts from
Ye tell God that we
speeches by German statesmen
.. -.nicely believed.
been broadcast from time to
• • •
time by Kol Israel. The ban, how-
Richard Palmer
ever, was mainly symbolic since a

Center, Allan Nachman, president
of the division announced. Ira Jaffe
bs chairman, and Stuart Kaufman,
vice-chairman of the men's special
gifts section of the Junior Division.

• • •

Listen to . . .
"Richard Palmer at the Key-
board" every Sunday 1:15 p.m.
WMUZ 103.5 F.M.

large segment of Israel's popula-
tion is German speaking and Ger-
man is second only to Hebrew in
certain Israeli commercial and
shipping enterprises.

Prof. Baron Heads
Research School

NEW YORK—Dr. Salo W. Baron,
professor emeritus of Jewish his-
tory at Columbia University and
Alexander Marx Visiting Profes-
sor of History at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, was
elected president of the American
Academy for Jewish Research at
the 41st annual meeting of the
scholarly association, held at the
Also elected at this time was Dr.
Gerson D. Cohen, professor of his-
tory at Columbia University and
visiting professor of Jewish litera-
ture and institutions at the sem-
inary, who will serve as secretary
of the academy during the coming
Dr. Baron succeeds Prof. Saul
Lieberman who holds two chairs
at the seminary, serving both as
distinguished service research pro-
fessor of Talmud and Louis Ginz-
berg Professor of Palestinian In-
Announcement was also made
of the election of two new fellows,
Prof. Arthur Hyman of Yeshiva
University and Prof. David Weiss
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
A highlight of the annual meet-
ing was the presentation of two
studies by Israeli scholars, Noga
Hareuveni and Yehuda Feliks, who
were present at the session. Their
papers dealt with agricultural data
gathered in Israel which sheds
light on certain previously obscure
biblical passages.

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