by Diet Watchers
Visiting Lecturers at Hebrew U.
Number 11$; Academic Aliya Up
Diet Watchers take into account
the needs of all elements in the
population and often apply their
regulations to religious require-
ments. This is the case with the
Passover recipes that were made
available this week.
Diet Watchers meet twice weekly
in Southfield at the Howard John-
son Motel on 10 Mile and North-
western. The leader of two clubs
is Norma Weitz: She may be
reached by calling 626-1864. Nor-
ma's Diet Watchers clubs meet
Monday mornings at 10:30 and
Tuesday evenings at 7:30.
Diet Watchers' suggested recipes
for Passover are:
JERUSALEM — The number of than ever have chosen Israel for
visiting lecturers from abroad at their sabbatical year and have
the Hebrew University this aca- come to investigate the possibility
demic year has passed the 100 of remaining at the university at
mark—reaching a total of 118 the end of the period as visitors.
Of this group. four or five are
compared to 99 last year.
The figure includes lecturers at in the process of changing their
academic levels from 14 countries, status to that of immigrants. A
including 90 Americans and 28 larger proporation than ever are
from the following: Argentina (2), a 1r e ad y Hebrew-speaking upon
Australia (4), Belgium (2), Brazil arrival.
In addition, on the faculty are
(1), Canada (7), England (1),
France (5), India (1), Italy (1), 25 returning Israelis ranging from
Netherlands (1), South Africa (1), instructor to lecturer and a junior
Sweden (1) and West Germany (2). lecturer.
The visiting lecturers from the
United States, who last year con- Louis Kraft, 'Architect
stituted some 60 per cent of the
total number, this year account for of Center,' to Be Cited
NEW YORK—Louis Kraft, inter-
76 per cent.
In addition, 19 lecturers from national Jewish communal leader
six countries whose status is who has been called "the architect
that of full-fledged immigrants of the Jewish Center movement,"
this year have joined the facul- will be honored by his friends and
ty of the Hebrew University on colleagues at a party in celebration
of his 80th birth-
a permanent basis. More than
day April 25 in
half are from the United States.
the Essex House
Among the American lecturers
Hotel, New York.
with immigrant status are several
full professors at such universities
to honor Louis
as Columbia, Yale, Johns Hopkins,
Kraft plans to es-
University of Baltimore MIT, Uni-
tablish a fund for
versity of Pennsylvania and Yes-
t h e presentation
of an annual or
A larger percentage of lecturers
biennial Lo u is
Kraft Award to a
young Jewish soc-
What Flavor Ya Got?
ial worker of out-
No-Cal Passover Redpop
All flavors of the No-Cal sugar-
as a special birth-
free softdrinks and Kirsch regular
day gift to the
beverages are being marketed for
guest of honor.
Passover use with a rabbinical seal- Executive director of JWB from
1937 to 1946 and former president
No-Cal flavors for Passover are (and now honorary president) of
Ginger, Black Cherry, Lemon, the Association of Jewish Center
Orange, Root Beer, Cola, Grape, Workers, Kraft has been assoc-
Cream, Coffee, Citurs, Pink Grape- iated with JWB since it was estab-
fruit, Raspberry and salt-free Club lished in 1917.
Soda. Also certified for Passover
use is the new No-Cal Redpop
Time preserves nothing that yot.
flavor, a cherry and strawberry make without its help.
DIET WATCHERS GEFILTE FISH
31/2 lbs. pike, whitefish carp (if de-
sired) — ground (have fishman
pack bones and take home)
up to V2 cup water
salt and pepper to taste
2 drops liquid tweetener
1 small onion, ground
2 carrots, celery, diced
Place all ingredients in large chop-
ping bowl ana chop, gradually adaing
the water. Wnen mixture is light and
fluffy, put cold water on hands and
shape into balls. Meanwhile, take bones,
carrots, diced celery and water and
cook for about hour, making a broth
(boiling) into which you place the fish
balls. Cook covered for about two hours
longer and serve hot or cold. Dinner.
CARROT AND BUTTERNUT TZIMMES
1 bunch carrots
1 butternut squash
bottle diet cherry soda
Peel and slice carrots in Teflon fry
pan. Peel squash, halve it, remove
seeds, cut into large chunks and add
to frypan. Add the soda and cinnamon.
Cook covered on medium flame until
carrots are soft (most of soda will
have cooked out). lvlarvelous with roast
chicken or flaneken. Dinner vegetable.
JEWISH MOTHER'S VEGETABLE
. Cook together until tender, 20-25
1/2 package of french-style green beans
3 or 4 cabbage leaves
3 stalks diced celery
1 or 2 diced green peppers
1 cup tomato juice
1/2 .quart water
2-cnicken bouillon cubes
1/2 crushed bay leaf
salt and pepper to taste
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Friday, April 2, 1971-1S
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Drain most of liquid, blend all in
blender, re-add juice and mix well.
.'May acid: 1 can of arained musnrooms
or bean sprouts if you like. Heat to
1/2 sheet matzo
I/2 cup skim milk
1/2 teaspoon liquid sweetener or
. salt and pepper
Put all ingredients through blender
until fine. Heat Teflon pan. Pour batter
to make -small round pancakes and
brown on one side; turn carefully to
brown other side.- To serve, top with
orange No-Cal syrup. Orange and matzo
make a truly yummy comoination.
FRIED. MATZO BREI
1 /2 sheet matzo
1 /2 cup skim milk
1 /2 teaspoon liquid sweetner
salt and pepper
Soak matzo for five minutes in cold
water and blot dry. Beat egg, milk and
sweetener together. Soak matzo in bat-
ter. Heat Teflon pan. Fry on one side,
flip and fry on other side. Or broil on
tinfoil, turning to brown both sides.
You can leave out sweetener and top
with No-Cal cherry syrup.
PASSOVER PATTIE LUNCH TREAT
1 /2 sheet matzo, put through blender
3 3/4 ounces fish
dash salt and pepper
Chopped green pepper and mushrooms
1 ounce tomato juice
dash garlic powder
Mix all ingredients and form into a
pattie. Pour tomato juice over it and
sprinkle with garlic powder and pars-
ley. Broil on one side five minutes,
then turn and broil other side five
Kosher Root Beer
OK'd for Passover
A special edition run of kosher
sugar-free diet root beer for Pass-
over Week has been completed at
its plant here under supervision
of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
Detroit Chapter, reports- Faygo
Caordinating the efforts of in-
gredient suppliers for a rabini-
cally-approved product took longer
than two months, according to
Tom M. Ashley, Faygo director of
research and quality control.
In. compliance with rabbinical
requirements, he said, Faygo's
plant was idled for a 24-hour pe-
riod prior to canning of the prod-
uct for a ceremonial "scrub-up."
The kosher root beer will be id-
entifiable at retail levels by can
© 1971 R.J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO . WINSTON-SALEM N C.
20 mg."tar",1.3 mg. nicotine ay. per cigarette, FTC Report NOV.70.