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September 22, 1978 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Balfour Committees Prepare
for Nov. 12 Event at SZ

"When the aim of Zionism
is accomplished, Palestine
will be the home of the
Jewish people, not because
Jews

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2 potatoes (nice size), peeled
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1 large onion, peeled and
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11/4 tsp. salt
1 /8 tsp. pepper
1/2 tsp. parsley flakes
2 eggs
Pre-heat the oven to 500 de-
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maining ingredients to
mashed cauliflower. Pour into
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with paprika and bake 10 min-
utes. Turn oven down to 375
degrees and bake one hour or
until lightly browned. Serves
six.

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Dental Parents
Club to Gather

The • Alpha Nu Parents
Club of the Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity will hold
a meeting and cocktail
party 2 p.m. Sunday at
Hampshire House, 31915
W. 14 Mile, Farmington
Hills.
Guest of honor will be Dr.
James W. Smudski, dean of
the University of Detroit
School of Dentistry.

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gatherings and festive me
gals. At the same time, how-
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watch their weight. How
often have you turned down
a portion of noodle kugel or
potato kugel in favor of
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Editor, The Jewish News:
We are writing about the
present impasse between
the teachers of the United
Hebrew Schools and the
board. We are parents of a
child who is to enter the
High School and are con-
cerned not only for him but
for the harm to the entire
Jewish community
We do not know the pre-.
cise matters in dispute..
What we do know is that the
teachers have offered to
submit all issues in dispute
to binding arbitration and
go back to work im-
mediately. This seems to us
fair and reasonable. It is
especially applicable to our
Jewish community with its
long tradition of solving
internal problems through
a Bet Din.
We therefore support the
teachers request for arbi-
tration and ask the board to
agree so that school may
begin immediately.
Sue and Simson Sendler

t • bove °se! !

out putting on too many
pounds.

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

.

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Arbitration
Is Supported

Balfour Concert chairmen finalizing plans for the
annual concert to take place Nov. 12 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek are, front row, from left: Mrs. Philip Slomovitz,
wcnien's committee co-chairman; Mrs. I. Walter
Silver; Mrs. Bernard Weston, co-chairman of Golden
Sponsors; Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib, women's committee
co-chairman. In back row, from left, are: Max Sosin
and Dr. Lester Zeff, concert co-chairmen. A concert
workers committee will meet 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the
Zionist Cultural Center. Performing at the concert
will be violinist Boris Belkin, flutist Michele Sahm and
oboist Stuart Dunkel.

center to which all Jews will
look as the home and the
source of all that is most es-
sentially Jewish."
—Chaim Weizmann

in the world, but because it
will be the only place in the
world where the Jews are
the masters of their own de-
stiny, and the national

ips o eA oq os

48 Friday, September 22, 1918

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