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October 05, 1979 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-05

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24 Friday, October 5, 1919

It is better to lend to the
poor than to give him alms,
and best of all to provide

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Life is bestowed by God,
something which is of His
very essence, the secret of
all creation. destruction of
life, therefore, means de-
struction of God's universe,
and a violation of the
majesty of God.

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him with capital for busi-
ness.
— Talmud

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Finance Minister Simha Ehrlich, U.S. Gen. Alexander Haig, Jewish Agency
Executive Chairman Leon Dulzin and Israeli Ambassador Ephraim Evron. Bot-
tom row, Zionist Organization of America President Ivan Novick, conference
chairman Gordon Zacks, American Zionist Federation President Rabbi Joseph
Sternstein and World Union of General Zionists President Jacques Torczyner.

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By HEIDI PRESS
Israel Shenker, former
feature writer for the New
York Times, has written a
delightful little book about
the Jewish way of eating.
Entitled,. "Noshing Is
Sacred," the Bobbs-
Merrill-published book con-
tains material from Shenk-
er's columns which ap-

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peared in the NYTimes
from 1968 to 1979. Pulitzer
Prize-winning columnist
Russell Baker writes the in-
troduction.
In his section on kas-
hrut supervision,
Shenker recalls the case
of a Catskills hotel, which
was charged with a viola-
tion of New York state's
kosher laws. Shenker
writes:
"Just before the rabbi's
first Thanksgiving as head
of the bureau, one of his in-
spectors descended on a
hotel in the Catskills that
advertises itself as kosher
and found about a hundred
nonkosher Swift's Butter-
ball turkeys. They were for
the staff, management said,
but possession of nonkosher
items is sufficient for a pen-
. alty. Word of Operation
Turkey quickly spread, and
the results were dramatic.
`The next Thanksgiving you
couldn't find a single Swift
Butterball turkey flying
around a Catskills hotel,"
Rabbi Rubin said."
"miracle
About
cheesecake" Shenker says:
"Gourmands who
enjoy meat dishes and
indigestion in perfect
compliance with reli-
gious law can now, with a
clear conscience, savor
the added - bliss of
cheesecake for dessert.
Some may find it hard to
swallow rabbinical . as-
surances that there is no
cheese in the cheesecake,
but they have the word
not only of Rabbi Wein-
berg but of the entire
Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of
America, and the symbol
— OU — conveying that
blessing."
Taken as *a tongue-in-
cheek reflection how Jews

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eat and regard food gener-
ally, Shenker's "Noshing Is
Sacred" is a joy.

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