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November 19, 1976 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Advises Checking Kashrut on Grape Derivative Products

Rabbi Jack Goldman, and grape flavored soda,
kosher food consultant, ice cream, and other soft
has pointed out that all drinks.
liquid derivatives .of the
Because the United
grape, at one time or
another in the process of States Department of Ag-
manufacturing, become riculture has recently
a ban on red food
what is designated in the placed
color numbers 2 and 40,
Jewish dietary laws as manufacturers 'of soft
wine.
drinks have recently
Consequently, all such begun using a grape-skin
products require rabbini- derivative in flavors such
cal supervision and must as cherry, strawberry,
be considered non-kosher cherry-cola, rock 'n rye,
without the proper rab- etc. This product is non-
binic endorsement.
kosher and should not be
Included among these used without rabbinic en-
roducts are grape juice, dorsement.
inixtures of grape with
Brandy is technically
other juices, grape jelly, wine.
the con-
grape jam, grape candies, tainer Unless
is specifically
marked as kosher, brandy
should be presumed
non-kosher. The same

applies to liqueuers, cor-
. HOUSEHOLD SALES
dials, and aperitifs.
Brandy bases are usually
: IN YOUR HOME •
found in the darker col-
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ored liqueurs and not in
the lighter ones, such as
apricot, banana, and
peach.
Other than grape, most
fruit juices are kosher
without rabbinic en-
dorsement. This applies
to the cloudy juices, such
as pineapple, orange, or
grapefruit. The clear
juices, however, such as
apple juice, are usually
filtered with gelatine and
should not be used unless
they bear rabbinical en-
dorsement.
Special caution should
be taken with regard to
vegetable juices. Unlike
fruit juices, which are
generally squeezed from
the raw fruit, vegetables
are boiled in a kettle and
then squeezed for their
juices.
When the same company
also manufactures soups,
the same kettles are used

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secutive semesters.

Detroiter's Exhibit
at Spertus Museum

per mo.

SHELDON METZ

Lauren
Detroiter
Weingarden Rader has
prepared a Bicentennial
exhibit of Chicago
synagogue architecture
that is on display through
February at Chicago's
Spertus Museum of
Judaica.
Mrs. Rader is working
on her doctorate in art
history - architecture at
the University of
Chicago.

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for the juices as are used non-kosher, unless they
HIS ORCHESTRA
for the soups. If the com- bear the OU or some
other
emblem
of
Music For All Occasions
pany makes non-kosher
soups, all the vegetable trustworthy rabbinic en-
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juices would therefore be dorsement.
non-Kosher.
This applies especially
The Men's Club Of
to tomato juice and the
so-called vegetable
cocktail juices. These
should be considered

El. Al Offers Film Series

El Al - Israel Airlines
announces it has avail-
able to community groups
a series of 12 films enti-
tled "Israel Report." The
: films are loaned at no
charge.

Friday, November 19, 1976

Each film runs 20 mi-
nutes and focuses on his-
tory, politics, archeology
and education in Israel.
In addition, such films as
"Speaking of Israel," a
travelogue, and "Israel
Now," an update on Is-
rael, also are available.
For information, con-
tact the El Al Israel Air-
lines, 24100 Southfield
Rd., Suite 315, Southfield,
48075 (557-5737). Delivery
takes about three weeks.

Sinai Hospital
Meeting Slated

The 23rd annual meet-
ing of Sinai Hospital of
Detroit will be held 8 p.m.
Monday, in the hospital's
Zuckerman Auditorium
with Dr. Joseph C. Honet,
chairman of the hospi-
tal's Department of Re-
habilitation Medicine as
the main speaker.
In a message contained
in the annual report to be
circulated at the meeting,
Sinai Hospital President
Sol Eisenberg said:
"Three major questions
are facing Sinai: medical
economics . . . govern-
ment regulation . . . and
the institution's future
development."
Those attending the
annual meeting will also
be electing trustees to the
institution's board.
A nominating commit-
tee headed by Nate S.
Shapero will propose
seven persons for election
and re-election to five
year terms as trustees:
David M. Miro, David S.
Mondry, Hyman Safran,
Erwin S. Simon, Richard
Sloan and Paul Zucker-
man, all for re-election,
and Robert A. Steinberg
for election to an initial
term.

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

Family Oneg Set
at Bnai Moshe

Cong. Bnai Moshe will
have a family Shabat ob-
servance Dec. 3 and 4 at
the synagogue.
On Dec. 3 at 6 p.m.,
there will be a Kabalat
Shabat service conducted
by Rabbi Stanley Rosen-
baum and Cantor Louis
Klein. There will be
readings by the youth
and a Shabat dinner. Uri
Segal will lead singing
and dancing following
dinner. There is a charge,
and reservations are re-
quired by Nov. 26.
Services Dec. 4 will be
held at 8:45 a.m., followed
by a kidush. The sister-
hood'will sponsor an oneg
Shabat at 3 p.m., featur-
ing Cantor Klein who will
discuss "Jewish Music."
Minha will be held at 4:15
p.m., followed at 4:30 p.m.
by a seuda shlishit, spon-
sored by the men's club.
Maariv will be held at 5:30
with Havdala at 5:44,
conducted by the men's
club:
For information, call
the synagogue, 548-9000

14601 W. Lincoln Rd.

Oak Park

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send your check
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For info call 541-8885

Enjoy DEAN
Turkey for
Thanksgiving

,

Disco for Couples

Cong Beth Achim's Mr.
and Mrs. Club will have a
"Learn to Disco" party
8:30 p.m. Saturday in the
synagogue. There will be
prizes and refreshments.
The public is invited. For
tickets, call Gail Beal,
352-6534.

If you're merchant does not have
Dean Poultry, please call:

MORRIS KOSHER POULTRY • 601 EIGHT MILE RD.

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