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December 03, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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Mrs. Mjfarl- Sees Hope for Israelis to Meet Arabs
Amicably, Says Face-to-Face Talks Can Bring Peace

Ruth Dayan, president of Maskit,
the Israel-operated arts and crafts
industry and a - leader in the move-
ment to_ bring - Jews and Arabs to-
gether in Israel on a cooperative
basis, told rePresentatiVes of all
Detroit . communications - m ed i a
Monday, ...a.t.-n-Press-conference- at
the Pontchartrain Hotel, that new
programs introdueed by concerned
Israelis and their governments are
bringing the two .peoples together
more closely.
Mrs. - Dayan, wife of Israel Min-
ister of Defense Moshe - Dayan, told
of the establishment of children's
camps for 'Arab youths. She con-
ceded that these tasks commenced
too late; birt - .she said Jews now
study Arabic, Arabi study Hebrew,

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and in the Jerusalem Daughters of
Zion Convent there are projects for
Arabs which help them get a bet-
ter understanding of Israel's demo-
cratic structures.
Mrs. Dayan rejected the pro-
posals reportedly made by Sec-
retary of State Rogers, asserting
that any demand for Israel's
withdrawal before there is a
peace agreement is illogical. She
emphasized the urgency of na-
tions meeting together to dis-
cuss their differences and point-
ed to the injustice in Arab re-
fusals to do so.
Asked about Sadat's threats,
Mrs. Dayan said that the Egyptian
leader's boast of being ready to
sacrifice a million lives couldn't
possibly be accepted by Egyptian
mothers. "Like Israeli mothers,
they can't possibly condone a pro-
gram of death for their children,"
she said.
"War could be deterred if the
big powers wished it," she said.
"I think we could sit together with
the Arabs and talk peace if there
were no outside interferences from
nations that give Arabs encourage-
ment to threaten war."
The black Jews and also the
Falashas often present a problem,
and the rabbinate brings its own
set of problems, Mrs. Dayan said.
She said the government exerts all
possible energies to solve them.
Mrs. Dayan was here to address
the leadership reception on behalf

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of the Detroit Federation of Re-
form Synagogues, Tuesday eve-
ning at the Great Lakes Club. This
reception was preliminary to the
Reform temples' Israel Bond din-
ner to be given in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Hamburger, Dec:
15.

Israel Pilgrimage
Mapped by JNF

The Jewish National Fund and
the Zionist Organization of Detroit
will co-sponsor a two-Week spring
pilgrimage and study mission to
Israel starting April 17.
guided
Participants will be
through JNF and ZOD-prepared
frontier settlements, agricultural
developments, including Kfar Sil-
ver, and forests, where they will
be able to see their donations put
to work. The pilgrimage has been
designed to exhibit an Israel the
average tourist doesn't see.
The trip includes air fare. deluxe
hotel rooms, two meals a day and
sightseeing.
Pilgrimage members will fly di-
rect to Israel from Metropolitan
Airport aboard BOAC. Thirty peo-
ple can be accommodated. For
reservation information, call the
JNF office, 968-0820.

* o *

JNF Month, Arbor Day
Coincide in Shevat

Plans are under way to celebrate
Jewish National Fund Month, the
month of Shevat, Jan. 16-Feb. 15.
In Israel, the month of Shevat
marks the New Year of Trees. Tu
b'Shevat, or the 15th day of Shevat,
which this year comes on Jan. 31,
is Arbor Day, a national holiday in
Israel. It is celebrated by planting
trees.
Children will donate money for
trees to be planted in the new
Children's Forest in the Freedom
Forest for Soviet Jewry.
Jan. 29 is Shabat Shira, the Sab-
bath of the Song, which will be
celebrated in local synagogues,
with rabbis devoting portions of
their sermons to the work being
done in Israel through the JNF.
This year, JNF Month will be
doubly significant, since the '70th
anniversary of JNF also will be
celebrated.

MISS RONNA LIPSON

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lipson of
Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Ronne Carole to Harvey
Richard Heller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Heller of E. Grand
Rapids.
Miss Lipson is a junior studying
special education at Michigan
State University. Mr. Heller also
attends Michigan State, where he
is a pre-law major.
A June wedding is planned.

Hanuka Medal
Issued by Judaic
Heritage Society

To commemorate the Festival
of Lights, the Judaic Heritage So-
ciety has created its own special
Hanuka Medal.
-For the obverse of the medal
sculptress Karen Worth has por-
trayed the family lighting of the
Hanuka candles. For the reverse,
she has rendered the candelabrum,
which serves as the emblem of the
society.
The limited edition of the 1971
Hanuka Medal is restricted to the
membership of the Judaic Heritage
Society which is 4,512. Only medals
of subscribers who do not choose
to exercise their options for this
limited edition are to be offered
to the general public.
The 1971 Hanuka medals are
being struck by the Franklin
Mint in proof quality gold on
sterling, sterling silver and solid
He that has a secret should not bronze. Each will be encased in

only hide it, but hide that he has a incite holder with metal name
it to hide.—Thomas Carlyle.
plate and black base for display.
Provisional order forms for non-
subscribers may be obtained by
writing to Fred Bertram, secre-
tary, Judaic Heritage Society,
Suite 4011, 866 United Na*ions
Plaza, New York 10017.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 3, 1971-33

Prunes Flavor
Kugel, Latkes

Potato kugel, along with lathes,
is a favorite during the eight-day
Hanuka holiday, beginning the eve-
ning of Dec. 12. To symbolize the
sweetness of the celebration that
commemorates the Maccabees' vic-
torious fight for freedom, it's
traditional to serve fruit or fruit
sauces as accompaniments. Since
Hanuka is a-winter holiday, prunes
are a special favorite, ready to
use from the package.
Something new is individual po-
tato puddings baked in muffin tins.
For extra flavor, stir snipped
prunes into the batter and top each
kugel with a whole prune, to set
off both the light, fluffy center and
crusty outside.
For a quick, flavorful sauce to
add variety to potato latices, heat
snipped pitted prunes, orange
juice and lemon juice, and thicken
slightly. Warm Prune-Orange Sauce
is also delicious with other pan-
cakes or French toast.

INDIVIDUAL PRUNE-POTATO
PUDDINGS
3 medium potatoes
3 eggs, separated
1 up
tbsp .intstant
sal
minced onion
1
tsp. nutmeg
tit tsp, pepper
1 tbsp. salad oil
14 cup snipped Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
Whole Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Gener-
ously grease muffin tins (about 12 wells)
and put in oven to heat while preparing
mixture. Grate potatoes into a large
bowl Add egg yolks, instant minced on-
ion, seasonings, oil and snipped prunes;
mix well. Beat egg whites until stiff;
fold Into potato mixture. Spoon mixture
into heated pans; top each individual
pudding with a whole pitted prune.
Bake about 20 minutes, until well
browned. Makes about 13.

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whirl to combine. Add to potatoes along
with salt, pepper, and enough flour to
thicken batter slightly. Pour inch of
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Juice mixed with cornstarch. Bring just
to boll over moderate heat, stirring oc-
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Here are three beverages to sat-
isfy coffee drinkers this holiday
season:
Sanka brand coffee, 97 per cent
caffein-free, yet with rich, smooth
coffee flavor that is never bitter.
Sanka comes in three forms:
freeze-dried, instant or ground.
Yuban, the premium coffee of
General Foods, is made from
premium Colombian beans, care-
fully me , lowed to perfection.
Yuban is iilable in both regular
and instant.
Maxwell House Coffelit. jiff
to the last drop" flavor never
varies. Available in both instant
and regular, Maxwell Moine is
the traditional way to crown meals.
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Aliya Group to Meet

The Association of Americans
and Canadians for Aliya, Detroit
Chapter, will meet Sunday 2 p.m.

at the Jewish Center. The group
will see a film of Israel housing
projects and absorption centers
sad-- &setter --letters—from -recent-

Mrs. *envy Weintraub mod-
els a cocktail dress while Sam
Cardinal, Airs. Isadore Epstein
(standing) gad Mrs. Earl Wein-
garden Maim on. Tho gown is
one et a large collection to be
shows at the Glauserasaa beach-
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