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July 16, 1982 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, July 16, 1982

Bertha Kaminsky Seeks Re-Election

Sokolov
Bertha
Kaminsky is a candidate for
re-election to the Detroit
Public Schools Board of
Education. She has served
on the central board for 12
years, having served as vice
president and also as a
member of the regional
boards.
She served as a member of
a state task force on van-
dalism and violence in
Michigan schools and on a
task force on corporal
punishment in the Detroit

schools.
She also initiated new
curricula on "Teaching
About Human Rights,"
which incorporates mate-
rial on the Holocaust.
Mrs. Kaminsky, a native
Detroiter, has a bachelor's
degree from Wayne State
UniveriiTy. She is a
graduate of the Sholem
Aleichem School and is a
member of Dimona Chapter
Pioneer Women, Labor
Zionist Farband, the
Greater Detroit Round

Singer's

Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews and the League of
Women Voters.

Explosion Kills 3

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three children were killed
and 18 were wounded when
a mine blew up under a
truck carrying 50 children
in east Beirut Sunday, an
Israeli military spokesman
said.

Kosher Meat and Poultry

Phone Lincoln 7-8111
13721 W. NINE MILE RD.
OAK PARK 37, MICHIGAN

The Rabbis are verbally threatening our business and are trying to put a
restraint of trade on our store.

They are unjust in this threat and they want $50.00 a week to start what they
call "one minute a day for supervision." Money which we refuse to pay.

They also want us to take out our grinder which we use for people who are ill
and cannot have salt. Even the Torah says for health reasons Jewish laws can
be changed.

WE ARE TELLING THESE RABBIS PUBLICLY AND OPENLY THAT THEY
HAD BETTER STOP THREATENING AND HARASSING US. OUR REPU-
TATION HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOVE BOARD. WE ARE WILLING TO TAKE
A LIE DETECTOR TEST, WILL THEY?

The Rabbis are threatening to take us to court for selling non-kosher meat.
We would like them to prove it.

IT IS AN ABSOLUTE LIE!

. CHUCK 13701
& BUD'S
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W. 9 Mile (corner of Ridgedale)

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543-8780

Beer & Wine

39

NECTARINES

48c b.

New Yellow

ONIONS
3 lb. bag

59C

Wilno

SALAMI

$ 2 99 1b.

1 or 2 lb. chubs

MUENSTER
CHEESE
$ 1 69m.

sliced or chunk

Domestic

SWISS

$24 1b.

sliced or chunk

Specials Good While Supply Lasts

Flint News

Beth Israel Picks Officers and Board

An item in last week's
Jewish News regarding the
election of Murray Moss as
president of Cong. Beth Is-
rael of Flint was in error.
The item should have
stated that Moss was the
past president or past
chairman of the Flint
Jewish Federation, United
Jewish Appeal in Flint and
Flint State of Israel Bonds.
Officers who were elected
with Moss were: Malcolm
Isaacs, Frank Kasle, Barry
Brin and Gloria Siegel, vice
presidents; Norman Scha-
fer, treasurer; Hiram
Grossman, Carol Hurand,
secretaries; and Leonard
Meizlish, chairman of the
board of education.
Elected to two-year

Dairy Recipes

By NORMA BARACH

terms on the board of di-
rectors were: Jeffrey
Chimovitz, Elliott Price,
Rabbi Salimi, Sharon
Schreiber, Barney
Sherman, Dr. Harold
Steinman, Betty Wolk
and Zena Moss.
Named to serve one-year
terms on the board were: Dr.
Daniel Bernstein, Dr.
Raymond Failer, Dr. Mel-

LARRY FREEDMAN

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Himelhoch, Frumeth Hirsh,
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Maurice Richmond.

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Argov Improves

LONDON — There were
reports Wednesday that Is-
raeli Ambassador Shmuel
Argov is regaining con-
sciousness after being in a
coma for six weeks follow-
ing an assassination at-
tempt.
Doctors were guardedly
optimistic this week about
chances for continued im-
provement in the ambas-
sador's condition.
Argov was shot by Arab
terrorists at the beginning
of June. The incident led t9
a series of. retaliatory ac-
tions by Israel and the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization which led to Is-
rael's advance into Lebanon
against the PLO.

-

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Phone
576-1140

DAY PROGRAM

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

CHEESE-CRUMB SOUFFLE
1 cup milk, scalded
1 1/4 cups bread crumbs (from-
halla)
11/2 cups grat6c1 munster
cheese
1/2 tsp. salt
1 /4 tsp. pepper
1 /2 tsp. baking powder
5 eggs, separated
Pour scalded milk over
crumbs and cheese. Add sea-
sonings and baking powder.
Beat egg yolks. Add slowly to
cheese and milk mixture. Beat
whites stiff. Slowly fold whites
into the mixture. Pour into in-
dividual baking dishes (6).
Bake at 350 degrees until deli-
cately brown — about 30 min-
utes, or bake in a two-quart
Pyrex round baking dish about
45 minutes. The souffle should
be firm to the touch. Serves 6.
STRAWBERRY-BANANA
PIE RECIPE
1 9-inch baked pie shell
3 medium bananas
1 tbsp. lemon juice
1 cup whipped cream
2 tbsps. finely chopped pe-
cans
6 whole strawberries
2 cups strawberry ice cream
Thinly slice bananas,
sprinkle with lemon juice and
arrange on bottom of baked
pastry shell. Stir strawberry
ice cream to soften and put on
top of bananas. Freeze. Re-
move pie from freezer and let
stand about 20 minutes at
room temperature. When
ready to serve whip cream put
whip cream on top and deco-
rate with chopped pecans and
whole strawberries. Serves 8.

vin










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