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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, June 10, 1977

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Since the establishment
of Israel in 1948, the sur-
rounding Arab states have
waged war against Israel
four times.
After the war of 1973 the
armies of Syria and Egypt
were defeated and only the
pressure of the U.S.
stopped Israel from com-
pleting their victory so that
for the next generation they
would stop thinking of an-
other war.
It is the first time in the
entire history of nations
that defeated countries try
to dictate peace terms!
When such responsible
personalities as Prince
;Saud Feisal, foreign min-
ister of Saudi Arabia; An-
war el Sadat, president of
Egypt; and Hafiz el Asad,
president of Syria say that
either Israel agrees to their
terms or else there will be
war, who do they want to in-
timidate? Menahem Begin,
the new rime minister?
The Israelis?
Don't they know that Is-
rael will never be able to
trust them even if a peace
agreement should be accom-
plished. Isaiah expressed it
so beautifully when he
wrote "to rely upon Egypt
is like to lean on a cane,
which will pierce your
hand!"
Julius Chajes

NATIONAL CONFERENCE
of SYNAGOGUE YOUTH

This recipe is by Manfred,
P. Zettl, a certified execu-
tive chef, who runs a pastry
shop that specializes in low-
calorie goodies, although
this recipe obviously is not
one of his low-cal ones.
3 oz. semi-sweet chocolate

3 eggs, separated
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. vanilla flavoring
1-1/2 cups Rich's topping, un-
whipped
2 oz. brandy
1 oz. chocolate
9 lady fingers

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Melt semi-sweet choco-
late in small pan by setting
pan in hot water. Beat egg
yolks, about 11/2 tbsps.
the sugar and thevanilla un-
til very thick in a double
boiler. Whip Rich's topping
and refrigerate. Beat egg
whites, not too stiff, adding
remaining sugar. Add to
the very thick beaten egg
yolks the melted chocolate,
then the brandy, and a
spoon at time the egg
whites, alternating with -273
of the whipped topping, sav-
ing V3 of the whipped top-
ping for garnish. Fold it in
carefully.
When mixture is smooth,
place it into six individual
champagne glasses and put
in refrigerator to set for at
least two hours or longer.
Put topping into pastry tube
and garmsh each glass,
making a circle around the
rim and a dot in the
middle. Chop the 1 oz. of
chocolate and sprinkle on
topping. Garnish with lady
fingers, cutting them into
haNes, on a slant, and plac-
ing three halves on each
mousse. You may put in
the center a black bing
brandied cherry, if desired.
Serves six.

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(Copyright 1977. .'TA, Inc.)

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—Talmud

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fessor of English, are
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board's regular meeting
9:30 a.m. today in the
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was graduated from the

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TORAH ORA DISTRICT

U. INTERVIEW

Critique Critiqued

Editor, The Jewish News:
I am grateful for Philip
Applebaum's kind words
about my book, "Finding
Our Fathers: A Guidebook
to Jewish Genealogy" (May
20). And I appreciate his re-
ferring me to further Jew-
ish resources in the Detroit
area of which I was una-
ware.
But I think he has done
both me and his readers a
disservice by suggesting
that they avoid my chap-
ters on Judaica and the
Bible. Both chapters were
reviewed carefully, ,prior to
publication by scholars in
those respective fields, and
I stand by the information
provided in them.
Mr. Applebaum criticizes
me for saying "that if one's
name is Cohen he should as-
sume he is a direct descend-
ant of the first priest of Is-
rael, Aaron, brother of
Moses." This is precisely
what I did not say.
In my discussion of the
Kohanim, on page 64 of my
book, I say, "I have yet to
come across any book or ar-
ticle that explicitly says all
Kohanim are direct descend-
ants of Aaron." And I add:
"The name (Cohen)
alone...is insufficient proof
of priestly descent, and on
the contrary, many Koha-
nim have names that sound
totally different."

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