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January 25, 1980 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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38 Friday, January 25, 1980

THE DETROIT IEWISR NEWS

Old Traditions, New Customs Dominate 'New Year for lay Trees'
the jar on its side,

Tu b'Shevat has its roots
in Biblical times and is He-
brew for the 15th day of the

To all my dear
friends and family,
thank you for your
kindness and con-
cern during my re-
cent illness. May
you all have a
"healthy" happy
new year.

Joan Penfil

month of Shevat. In Biblical
times, this was the last day
for paying the tax due the
Temple in Jerusalem on all
crops produced on the farm.
After that date, it was for-
bidden to eat any produce on
which the tax had not been
paid.
Another name for this
holiday is Rosh Hashana
La-llanot (New Year for the
Trees). Since the Hebrew
month of Shevat is the be-
ginning of spring in Israel,
when everything starts to
bloom, we celebrate the fact

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that the trees are all a year
older.
In ancient Israel, there
was a custom of planting a
tree on Tu b'Shevat
whenever a child was born:
a cedar tree for a boy and a
cypress tree for a girl. When
the children grew up and
married, the huppa (mar-
riage canopy) was con-
structed from the branches
of their trees.
Today, Tu b'Shevat is
celebrated as an official
holiday in Israel, with
school-sponsored tree
planting throughout the
land. Arranged in coop-
eration with the Jewish
National Fund, tree
planting has become a

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NEW YORK — Dr. Oral
Roberts, president of Oral
Roberts University, will be
guest speaker when the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews honors Gen.
Alexander M. Haig, Jr.,
president and chief operat-
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Technologies Corp., at its
Charles Evans Hughes Gold
Medal dinner Feb. 11 in the
Waldorf-Astoria hotel in
New York.

Envoys Cited

WASHINGTON —
Alfred L. Atherton and
Harold H. Saunders, the
diplomats who helped to
negotiate the Middle East
peace talks, were among six
persons named last week to
receive the President's
Award for Distinguished
Federal Civilian Service.

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symbol of the reclama-
tion of the land of Israel,
from desert to thriving
farmland.
The following projects can
be undertaken to celebrate
Tu b'Shevat in the home,
according to the Board of
Jewish Education of
Greater New York:
The creation of a covered
food garden is an excellent
reminder of the holiday,
which will also provide you
with some tasty additions to
your holiday meals. You can
sprout mung beans, wheat,
alfalfa, and other seeds for
use in salads, sandwiches,
cooking and bread baking.
Soak the seeds overnight
in a one- or two-quart jar
with just enough water to
cover the seeds. Cover the
jar with cheesecloth and
then put the lid on. Next
day, drain off water through
the cheesecloth, rinse with
cool water, and drain.
Thereafter, rinse the
seeds twice a day. Drain
thoroughly each time and

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not drowned. Keep in the
dark until leaves appear,
then move into light (but
no sun). When most have
leaves — eat and enjoy!
You can keep sprouts in
the refrigerator up to a
week, until ready to eat.
Or how about forcing tree
branches? Choose branches
of an early flowering tree,
well-covered with leaf and
blossom tracts. Crush two or
three inches at the ends of
the branches with a ham-
mer. Soak the entire branch
overnight in, warm water.
Remove from water, then
set the bottoms of the
branches in a jar or can of
warm water, and cover the
entire thing with a sheet of
plastic. Keep in a dark place
and mist daily. When the
buds begin to open, put the
branches into the light.

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Helping the couple celeb-
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