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September 17, 1982 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Review Planned

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
review "Paris in the Third
Reich" by David Pryce-
Jones 8:30 p.m. Monday in
the Birmingham Temple.
For details, call the tem-
ple, 477-1410.

Rabbi Soloveitchik to Speak
at Orthodox Rabbis' Kinus

Rabbi
Aaron
Sol-
oveitchik, dean and rosh
yeshiva of Yeshivat Brisk in
Chicago, Ill., will be the
guest lecturer at the annual

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RABBI SOLOVEITCHIK

Sam Wohl & Family
and Bernard Hirsch & Family
Wish You A Happy New Year

tizrizzi rime

Best
Wishes
to
Our
Customers
And
Friends
For A
Healthy
& Happy
NEW YEAR

Kinus Teshuva of the Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis of
Greater Detroit 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, announces
Rabbi Leizer Levin,
president of the council.
Prior to his Chicago post,
Rabbi Soloveitchik was a
member of the faculty of the
Rabbi Isaac Elhanan
Theological Seminary of
Yeshiva University.
He earned a BA degree
at Yeshiva University
and a law degree at
Brooklyn College. He
was the dean of the He-
brew Theological College
in Skokie, Ill., and later
founded the Yeshivat
Brisk named for his
grandfather, 'Rabbi
Chayim Soloveitchik of
Brisk.
Rabbi Soloveitchik is the
author of many essays on
Jewish thought.
The public is invited to
the kinus free of charge.

Holiday Recipes

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

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THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE
HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
(CHESED SHEL EMES)

26640 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, Michigan

Extend their best wishes for a Happy and Pros-
perous New Year to all their Members,
Synagogues, Organizations and Greater Detroit
Jewry.

Sanford L. Wolok
President

Morris Dorn
Treasurer

Samuel P. Havis
Rabbi Eric Greenbaum
Morse Shiffman
Trustees

Harry E. Citrin
Honorary President

Samuel A. Kayne
Hillel L. Abrams
Vice-Presidents

Norman Blake
Secretary

Edward Miller
Cemetery Chairman

Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
Executive Director

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2 carrots, diced
1 extra large tomato
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tbsp. oregano
2 large cans of tomato
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1 zucchini, large
Saute onions and vegeta-
bles. Put them in sauce. Sim-
mer for 40 minutes.

VEGETABLE CUTLETS
2-3 tbsps. butter
1 cup onion, chopped
1 /2 cup celery, chopped
1 cup carrots, grated
Y2 cup cooked green beans,
mashed
3 eggs
Y2 tsp. salt
tsp. pepper
142 cup matzo meal or
bread crumbs
Saute onion, celery and car-
rots In the butter for 10 min-
utes. Mix with beans, peas, 2
beaten eggs, salt, pepper and
crumbs. Shape Into cutlets or
patties and dip into the third
beaten egg. Fry in oil until well
browned on both sides.
Serves 4-6.

U.S. Firms Join for Lebanon Relief

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
group of American corpora-
tions has formed an organ-
ization to collect funds from
U.S. firms for the relief of
the civilian population of
Lebanon in the aftermath of
Israel's military operation
there, it was announced by
Ralph Davidson, chairman
of the board of Time Inc.,
who initiated the project.
Speaking at a press con-
ference in New York last
week, Davidson said the
new organization, named
American Corporate Aid for
Lebanon Inc. (ACAL), al-
ready has commitments for
nearly $1.5 million from 21
American corporations.
He said that ACAL is a
non-profit group and solely
motivated by humanitarian
purposes without regard to
"narrow political considera-
tions."
Davidson said that
ACAL's first two grants
are to the American Uni-
versity of Beirut Hospi-
tal, a 420-bed institution
in west Beirut, and to
Save the Children, a 50-
year-old non-profit
agency that provides as-
sistance in nutrition,
health and housing
around the world. Each
organization, Davidson
said, will receive
$250,000.
But Davidson added that
ACAL is looking for a rec-
ognized relief agency in
Lebanon to channel to it the
contributions it collected.
He said that ACAL was
formed on a temporary basis
and its activities will be
stopped by Wednesday. He
said he hoped that by then
ACAL will get contribu-
tions up to $3 million.
Asked if the group is
planning to provide similar
relief efforts to Israeli citi-
zens in northern Israel who
suffered as a result of the
Lebanese crisis, Davidson
said "no," pointing out that
the project is meant to aid
only Lebanese civilians.
He said that Time maga-
zine is not connected with
the efforts of the new group.
Davidson, who is serv-
ing as president and di-
rector of ACAL, said that
the companies that have

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committed their support
to ACAL are among the
largest in the U.S.
These include AT&T,
Borg-Warner Corp. , CBS,
Chrysler C orp., Deere
Co., Exxon Corp., F ord
Motor Co. GTE, Gulf

Western, The Hilton Foun-
dation, H. J. Heinz Co., ITT,
Johnson & Johnson, Joseph
E. Seagram & Sons Fund,
Philip Morris, Procter &
Gamble, Time, Warner
Communications, Westing-
house and Xerox.

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TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE announces:

High Holiday Services to be held at
the Veterans Memorial Building, 151 W. Jefferson.

Schedule of Services:

Rosh Hashanah:

Friday evening, September 17
Saturday, September 18
Sunday, September 19

7:15 P.M.
8:30 A.M., 7:15 P.M.
8:30 A.M.

Yom Kippur:

Early
Deadline
September 24

The Jewish News has
early deadlines for the
issue of Oct. 1 The local
news deadline is noon
Friday, Sept. 24. The
display advertising
deadline is 4 p.m. Fri-
day, Sept. 24.

Friday, September 11, 1982 53

Sunday evening, September 26 (KOL NIDRE)
7:15 P.M.
Monday, September 27
9:30 A.M.
Monday, September 27
,(YIZKOR) 12:30 P.M.

We

Noah M. Gamze,

Rabbi

extend to everyone our
best wishes for a
Happy New Year

Ralph R. Goldsmith,

President

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