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June 23, 1978 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-23

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Friday, lin 23, 1918 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(Continued from Page 28)
Big band buffs will have
an opportunity to enjoy
their old favorites when
"The Sound of The Forties"
comes to Birmingham The-
ater Monday through July 1
. . . with Helen O'Connell,
Bob Eberly and Lee Castle
leading the Jimmy Dorsey
Orchestra . . . Show times
will be 8 p.m. . . . plus
matinees Wednesday and
Saturday.
CONSUMER RE-
PORTS of May says,
'Grade A' on a chicken
simply means the bird
comes up to government
standards for appearance.
The grade is not meant to be
a guarantee of tenderness or
good flavor.

from the market. You might
seek out a chicken that's
been `barnyard' raised, as
we did. But you won't know
if the bird in question has
been allowed to hunt and
peck for food or if it's been
fed with modern, additive-
laden chicken feed.
It certainly seems that
you gain little by seeking
out a farm-raised chicken,
or even one from a live-
poultry market. Such exer-
cises in nostalgia make the
bird you buy considerably
more expensive for no par-
ticular gain in quality.
Overall, we found store-
bought chicken about as
good as farm chicken or
fresh-killed.
"Among store varieties,
there's little point to buying
"Yesteryear's chickens by brand name, in view of
may have tasted better than the small quality differ-
today's, as food-writers ences among our samples
often contend. But no one . . . In CU's opinion, you
can safely select chicken on
will even know for sure. The
old-fashioned barnyard fowl the basis of its price per
has virtually disappeared pound."

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the world-famous Oberam-
mergau Passion Play to con-
form with the 1974 Vatican
guidelines for Catholic-
Jewish relations.
The announcement, made
in an Oberammergau news
release published in two
German newspapers — the
Frankfurter Allgemeine-
Zeitung (May 13) and the
Frankfurter Rundschau
(May 31) — and the
Catholic News Service, cre-
dited the changes to re-
commendations made by a
delegation of Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith leaders which met
with officials of the Bava-
rian town last month.
Among the ADL
suggestions being fol-
lowed arm an expanded
prologue explicitly stat-
ing that the Jews are not
to be considered collec-
tively guilty for Jesus'
death; revision or elimi-
nation of scenes which
depict Jews in an un-
necessarily harsh way
and the addition of Jews
calling for the release of
Jesus to the highly emo-
tional scene in which the
masses call for his death.

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by Hans Maier, a 52-year-
old Oberammergau wood-
cutter who is the newly-
elected director of the Pas-
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