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August 12, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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COMING
SOON!

UJA, JWF Missions to Israel

Detroiters are invited to
join the United Jewish Ap-
peal's National Study Mis-
sion, coordinated locally by
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, from Oct. 30-Nov. 7.
The fact-finding and
fund-raising mission will
provide participants with
an understanding of Israel's
needs, as well as ways in
which American Jews can

A new girl
in town. •
The IVRIAH 9

The Jewish Religious School of Flint

is seeking to fill the following positions with qual-
ified people:
Conservative Synagogue Skills
Grades 3,4,5; Monday afternoons
Grade 6; Wednesday afternoons
Reform Synagogue Skills
Grade 6; Wednesday afternoons
Hebrew
Beginning Level; Monday & Wednesday
afternoons

strengthen their partner-
ship with the people of Is-
rael.
Participants will visit Is-
rael's historic and cultural
centers. For information on
the mission, contact Bar-
bara Satinsky at Federa-
tion, 965-3939.
Federation's "Journey
of Renewal" is set for Oct.
9-17. For those who are
Allied Jewish Campaign,
Federation and agency
leaders, it will provide an
opportunity to learn
about the progress and
major issues in Israel to-
day.
Participants will meet
with Israelis from all walks
of life, including govern-
ment and Jewish Agency of-
ficials, industrialists and
former Soviet refusniks.

Sole Goujonnettes

This new recipe is pro-
vided by Maxim.

We offer a generous subsidy for travel and competitive hourly teaching
rates. Please call Dr. Margaret S. Eichner, Educational Director, (313)
732-6312, Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

4 to 6 large sole fillets
cup milk
celery salt
white pepper
paprika
3 /4 to 1 cup flour
2 large eggs
2 tbsps. dry white wine
1 to 1 1/2 cups fresh white
breadcrumbs, lightly toasted
Oil for frying
Chopped parsley (garnish)
Horseradish Aioli Sauce
Cut fillets into lenghtwise
strips 4 to 6 inches long by 1 1/4
to 11/2 inches wide. Place in
medium baking dish and cover
with milk. Allow to stand 30
minutes. Drain and sprinkle
lightly with seasonings. Dip
into flour, shaking off excess.
Beat eggs and wine together.
Dip fillets into egg mixture and
then into breadcrumbs, pat-
ting crumbs firmly onto each
piece. Place on large platter or
cookie sheet so that pieces do
not touch. Chill at least 1/2 hour.
Place 1/2 inch of oil in skillet
(preferably electric) and heat
to 375 degrees. Fry fillets until
medium brown, about 1 min-
ute per side. Drain on absor-
bent paper. Garnish with
parsley and serve with Horse-
radish Aioli Sauce. Whole sole
fillets may be prepared in the
same manner. Yield: six serv-
ings.

3 /4

CONG. BATS CHABAD
OF W. BLOOMFIELD

is happy to invite the public to

High Holiday Services

at its BRAND NEW Torah Center on

Maple Road (near Orchard Lake Rd.)

Cantor M. Polter will lead the services

For Ticket Information Call

626-1807

851-5356

Supervised Children's Program

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CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

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METROPOLITAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN

CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

with our Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig
and Cantor Seymour Greenstein
Rosh Hashonah: Sept. 1, 8, 9, 1983
1983
5744
Yom Kippur: Sept. 16, 11, 1983

To be held at the Glenn Schoenhals School
16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.

Donation $25.00 per person

The High Holidays will soon be here. Please make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

Jack Waksberg

23481 KENOSHA Chairman

398-6861
Abe Weberman

Ticket Chairman

626-5224

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sol Kleinman

Sonia Popowski
557-3994
356-3383
Leon Halpern
Simon Schwarzberg 661-1782 — 541 -7450
557-4157
Mrs. Ben Fisk
545-1244

Ticket Co-Chairman

All proceeds from High Holiday will go toward the Memorial Center.

Spend your Holidays with your friends and dear ones,
Remember how warm and "hamish" our services are.

HORSERADISH
AIOLI SAUCE
2 egg yolks
1 tbsp. white wine vinegar
1 tsp. sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
1 /4 tsp. white pepper
2 cup peanut oil
1 /3 cup olive oil
3 tbsps. prepared white grated
horseradish, or to taste
3 garlic cloves, minced, or to
taste

In food processor or mixer
bowl place yolks, vinegar,
sugar, salt and pepper. Mix
lightly. Combine oils and add
drop by drop to yolk mixture.
As sauce thickens, oil can be
added in a very thin trickle.
(Avoid adding too much oil at
one time, or eggs and oil will
not blend.) Add horseradish
and garlic to taste. Chill before
serving. Can be prepared 1
week ahead. Yield: about one
cup.

HIAS Director

NEW YORK — HIAS .
(Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society) has named Ernest
Berger as director for opera-
tions in Europe, North Af-
rica and Israel.

Friday, August 12, 1983 27,

DEAD BOLT LOCKS
$ 34 90 installed

Through these encounters,
group members will
strengthen the ties between
Detroit and Israel. An eve-
ning in Detroit's twin city of
Ramla and a luncheon
gathering at the Knesset
are also planned.

Includes: lock, 2 keys & labor

We install key in the knob locks
No Travel Charges in O.P. & S'fld.

$5.00 off for senior citizens w/ad

KEY CHANGES LOCK SERVICE
399.7940 ask for Ben

TEMPLE ISRAEL

A Congregation of Liberal Judaism

Invites Unaffiliated Families
In the Community
To Attend Religious Services All Year Long
In Our Beautiful Air-Conditioned Sanctuary

At 8:00 P.M. Each Friday Night

• If you and your family seek a warm, friendly, vital Congregation in the Reform tradition, but in the
main stream of Jewish consciousness, pay us a visit.
• High Holy Day Services Begin as early as Wednesday evening, Sept. 7. Tickets provided for
Temple members only.
• Religious School for Pre-Kindergarten (age 4) to High School Graduation (12th Grade), with
Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Confirmation, Hebrew Honors Program; Young People's and Youth Group
activities.
• Adult Education • Parenting Prograr -
.: • Concerts and Musical Activities Sponsored by the
Congregation and Its Affiliate Gropus.
• Complete Nursery Program — 3 and 5 Days Weekly, plus Mother-Toddler and Enrichment
Classes — Under the Supervision of Bryna Leib.

Rabbis: M. Robert Syme, Harold S. Loss and Leon Fram
Cantor: Harold Orbach — Educational Director: Rabbi Joel Wittstein
President, Mrs. Nathan L. Fink

For Membership Information, Call Frank L. Simons, Administrator

TEMPLE ISRAEL

5725 Walnut Lake Rd., East of Drake, West Bloomfield
661-5700
Member of the Synagogue Council of Metropolitan Detroit

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