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November 21, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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Flint Area News

Sports Program
Offered by FJCC

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council has planned a
program of basketball,
bowling and tennis for
youth and adults.
Basketball teams are
forming for the following
age groups: boys 12-15 and
16-18, girls 12 and up and
adults 18 and up. For infor-
mation, call Carl Rittman,
Two bowling leagues are
starting for boys and girls
in fourth-eighth grades and
ninth - 12th grades. The
leagues will meet 2:30 p.m.
Sunday at Town and Coun-
try Lanes, meeting every
other Sunday. For informa-
tion, call Stephanie Ritt-
man, at the phone number
above, or the Council office,
The FJCC tennis program
is held on Sundays at the
Gennessee Valley Tennis
Club for students at all lev-
els. Sessions last 11/2 hours
and participants are invited
to use balls, rackets, the
locker room, lounge and
sauna. There is a charge.
For information, call the
tennis club, 238-9691, or the
council office, 767-5922.

Flint Jews Join
Inter-Faith Service




Saturday— Cong. Beth
Israel "Roast and Toast
Sam Sorscher", 7:30 p.m.,
synagogue; Temple Beth El
Havdala service, 5 p.m.,
Monday — Beth Israel
Sisterhood board meeting,
12:30 p.m., synagogue; Tem-
ple Beth El board meeting, 8
p.m., temple.
Tuesday — FJCC Meet-
ing of Organizational Presi-
dents, noon, Council office;
FJCC Community Relations
Committee, 8 p.m., Council
Wednesday — ZOA
meeting, 8 p.m.

FJCC to Get Honor
From CJF Parley

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council will be named
one of five American Jewish
communities to receive the
1975 William J. Shroder
Awards at the Council of
Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds' 44th annual
meeting in Miami Beach
Awards will go to Los An-
geles, Dallas and Water-
bury, Conn., a special cita-
tion to St. Louis, and an
honorable mention to Flint.
The FJCC, under the di-
rection of Michael A. Pe-
lavin, president, and Rich-
ard Krieger, executive
director, will be honored
"for its initiative in develop-
ing an educational program
for advanced leadership on
the relevance of Jewish val-
ues in strengthening the

Flint Jewish Community
Council representatives par-
ticipated in an inter-faith
gathering last week to pray
for peace in Lebanon and
for an end to suffering in
that country.
Rabbis Judah Fish and
Gerald Schuster, along with
Dr. Jack Stanzler, president
of the Inter-Faith Metropol-
itan Agency for Planning, Boorstein Is New
joined representatives of the
Catholic Regional Council of Congress Librarian
Genessee County, the Druze
Community of Flint, Is- Daniel J. Boorstein, a histo-
lamic Community of Flint rian and educator of Rus-
and Detroit, Our Lady of sian Jewish parentage, was
Lebanon Church represent- sworn in Nov. 13 as the 12th
ing the Maronite catholic Librarian of Congress since
Diocese, Woodside Church the office was established
and St. George's Orthodox 175 years ago.
Church for the service.
The oath of office was
administered by House
Speaker Carl Albert (D-
Freedom Weekend
Okla.) in the presence of
President Ford and Vice
Speaker Selected
President Nelson A. Rocke-
Ze'ev Sher, Israel's eco- feller.
Boorstein took the oath
nomic minister to the U.S.,
will speak at a Hanuka-free- on the "Thomson" Bible that
dom community service 8 was once part of the library
p.m. today at Flint's Temple of Thomas Jefferson.
Boorstein served four
Beth El as part of the Free-
dom Weekend on behalf of years as director of the Na-
tional Museum of History
oppressed Jews.
At 6 p.m. Dec. 6, a and Technology of the
Havdala service at Cong. Smithsonian Institution
Beth Israel will initiate a and was senior historian at
fast to conclude on Dec. 7. the Smithsonian when Pres-
The community is requested ident Ford nominated him
to sponsor the youth who for his present position.
fast, and proceeds will bene-
fit the United Jewish Ap- Saudi-French Deal
A community rally will be
PARIS (JTA) — Saudi
held 1 p.m. Dec. 7 at Cong. Arabia and France are due
Beth Israel. Guest speakers to negotiate a massive
will include Dr. William Ko- French arms sale.
rey, director of the Bnai
Brith United Nations office
Who weds a woman for
and Rabbi Henry I. Sobel of
Sao Paulo, Brazil. For infor- her gold, his children worth-
mation, call the Council of- less shall behold.
—The Talmud
fice, 767-5922.

November 21, 1975 17

7 Knesseters Indicate Israel Will Not Break UN Relations

suited in the sale of $1.5 mil-
lion in Israel Bonds.
Each member of the
Knesset delegation ad-
dressed the 500 volunteers
who turned out for the
opening of the "Dial-for-Is-
rael" program on behalf of

Seven Knesset members,
visiting here as guests of
Congress, indicated last
week that Israel was not
about to break with the
United Nations but stressed
that the world organization
has lost its moral authority
as a result of the pro-PLO
and anti-Zionist resolutions
adopted by the General As-
sembly Monday.
At a press conference held
after a meeting with Presi-
dent Gerald Ford at the
White House earlier in the
day, Yitzhak Ben Aharon, a
Labor MK, replied, when
asked if Israel would quit
the UN, that "at this stage it
is too early to pre-judge a
decision by the Israel gov-
He added, "But there is no
doubt that the UN has lost
its moral authority as far as
Israel is concerned, in re-
gard to Israel, to act for Is-
rael or with Israel in any ca-
pacity whatsoever."

the Israel Bond campaign in
New York.
awarded an honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Humane
Letters by the Dropsie Uni-
versity Sunday in Philadel-

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Another member of the
Knesset delegation, Zer-
ach Warhaftig, of the Na-
tional Religious Party,
said, with regard to UN
peace-keeping forces in
the Middle East that Israel
was "interested" in seeing
that it fulfills its tasks.
"We are not going to de-
part from the services of
the UN forces if they give
us those services," he

A leading authority on
the Yemenite Jews, Yeshay-
ahu was delegated by the Is-
raeli government to organ-
ize the operation that air-
lifted thousands of Jews
from Yemen to Israel in
1948 and in 1949.





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L ighter latkes


for the Festival
of Lights.

In New York, an intensive
Israel Bonds telephone cash
campaign to aid the econ-
omy of Israel was launched
Sunday by Israel's Knesset
delegation to the U.S.
headed by Knesset Speaker
Yisrael Yeshayahu.
The opening day of the
three-day campaign re-

Tel Aviv Mayor
Seeking to Make
Prostitution Legal

Mayor Shlomo Lahat urged
that prostitution in Israel be
made legal and that stree-
twalkers be confined to
specifically designated
areas and put under govern-
ment medical supervision.
According to the Jerusa-
lem Post, Lahat said the
present situation in the city
was deplorable, causing
harassment to thousands of
His view was shared by
MK Ora Namir, secretary of
the Working Mothers organ-
ization in Tel Aviv who fa-
vored the setting up of le-
gally recognized brothels in
special districts.

Congress Group
Meets Herzog

Five U.S. Senators and 15
members of the House, who
were in New York to study
the United Nations, met
Sunday with Chaim Herzog,
Israel's Ambassador to the
United Nations.
The group had earlier met
with UN Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim; the U.S.
Ambassador, Daniel P.
Moynihan; the Ambassador
from Sri Lanka; the Argen-
tine Ambassador, the Bri-
tish Ambassador and the
Egyptian Ambassador.

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.1 Herbed
1 Potato
2 eggs


3 cups grated potatoes
'/3 cup•grated onion
3 tablespoons flour .
11/2 teaspoons salt

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1/2 teaspoon parsley flakes
1/2 teaspoon rosemary leaves
1/4 teaspoon ground sage
1/4 teaspoon pepper
Planters Oil

Beat eggs until light and foamy.

Stir in the grated potatoes, grated onion, flour, seasonings-and
herbs until thoroughly blended.

Heat about )41 to 1/4 -inch depth of Planters Oil in a large heavy
skillet For each latke. drop about 1/4 cup potato mixture into the
hot oil. Fry on each side until golden brown. Add Planters Oil to
pan as needed to keep proper depth for frying.
Drain lathes well on abS'orbent paper.
Makes about sixteen latkes.

This Chanukah, lighten up those latkes! Perk
• them up with herbs, then serve them hot with
apple sauce or sour cream. And see hbw good
they are with leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
Planters®Oil makes your lathes as light as can
be. That's because Planters is 100% pure peanut
oil. It's Kosher and Parve, so it's perfect for ev-
erything from blintzes and ruglach to Southern
fried chicken.
Make a batch of these light little latkes. And
have a Happy Chanukah!

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