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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, September 2, 1983

Fish Recipes for holiday

Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish is made exclusively
with kosher freshwater fish
from Canada and the west-
ern United States.
Under rabbinical inspec-
tion, the fish goes from the
docks to the packing sheds
where it is hosed under a
high-pressure stream of
water to wash it thoroughly,
inspected, filleted and the
flesh is ground.
It is then frozen and ship-
ped in refrigerator cars to
the company's processing
plant in Vineland, N.J. The
fish is then automatically
mixed with other ingre-
dients, the most important
of which is candled eggs.
The fish balls are
mechanically formed,
blanched (dipped briefly in
boiling water so that they
will hold together) and in-
serted in jars together with
a hot fish broth.
Hermetically sealed
under vacuum, the jars of
fish are cooked under a high
pressure of live steam to in-
sure that the product is
thoroughly cooked and
completely sterilized.
Gefilte Fish, Whitefish
and Pike, All Whitefish,
Sweet Gefilte Fish and
Sweet Whitefish and Pike
are available from Manis-
chewitz. Following are re-
cipes from Manischewitz:

Gefilte Fish Dip

12 oz. jar Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish, drained
3 tbsps. gefilte fish juice
8 oz. (1/2 lb.) cream cheese
1 tsp. lemon juice
1 /2 tsp. salt
Dash pepper
2 tsp. prepared white horse-
radish.
Mash gefilte fish. Blend to-
gether with other ingredients.
Chill in refrigerator about one
hour. Place in a bowl in the
center of a large tray, sur-
rounded by Manischewitz Tam
Tam crackers and Manis-
chewitz American matza crac-
kers.

* * *

Fish Spread

12 oz. jar Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish, drained
2 tbsps. pickle relish
6 tbsps. mayonnaise
3 tbsps. cooked walnuts
2 hard cooked eggs, finely
chopped
Mash fish; combine with
other ingredients; chill. Serve
on Manischewitz Egg 'n Onion
matza crackers or Manis-
chewitz Tam Tam Crackers.
Makes 21/2 cups.

* * *

Fishlets a La King

Oil for frying
Combine soup and milk; stir
in Manischewitz Fishlets,
peas, pimento and Worcester-
shire sauce. Heat but do not
boil. Prepare pancakes ad di-
rected on box. Top with hot
Fishlets a La King and serve
immediately. Serves 4.

Churches Ignore Another Pogrom

By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

His name is the Rev. Wes-
ley Ariarajah. A small,
dark-skinned man with a
warm smile, he is a Chris-
tian minister from Sri
Lanka who serves on the
staff of the World Council of
Churches in Geneva.
In August we met again
on the board campus of the
University of British
Columbia in Vancouver
The 61st annual Detroit where the World Council
Firemen's Field Day will be _Assembly was in session.
held Sunday at the Michi- Wesley's face had become
ashen, and he looked emo-
gan State Fair.
Opening ceremonies will tionally battered. That
begin on the fairgrounds at morning he had learned of
2 p.m. and the day's activi- the outbreak of religious-
ties include demonstrations ethnic violence between
of fire fighting apparatus, members of the majority
skits, music by the Detroit
Fire Department band and
Norman Berkley,
prize drawings.
JWV Leader
Tickets are available
Norman Lester Berkley,
from Detroit fire stations for
a manufacturer's represen-
a nominal charge and
tative for household prod-
entitle the bearer to a dis-
ucts, died Aug. 26 at age 64.
count on admission to the
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
fair. For information, call
Mr. Berkley was the De-
the Detroit Fire Depart-
partment of Michigan
ment, 961-2988.
commander of the Jewish
War Veterans.
He leaves his wife, Ruth;
two
daughters, Carol
The Reagan Administra-
Berkley-Bodie of Portland,
tion officially notified Con-
Ore., and Ms. Elaine Webs-
gress in May of its inten-
ter
of Las Vegas, Nev.; two
tions to proceed with the
sisters, Mrs. Irving (Adele)
$2.7 billion sale of 75 F-16
Wolf of Flushing, N.Y., and
jet fighter aircraft including
Mrs. Sid (Irene) Schwartz of
additional support equip-
West Haven, Conn.; and
ment to Israel, with deliv-
four grandchildren.
eries to begin in December
1986.
Washington had held up
the sale since Israel's inva-
Jewish student groups at
sion of Lebanon.
Harvard University in May
protested the university's
decision to name a new
-
German-American schol-
PLO moderate Isaam arship program after John
Sartawi, who met fre-
McCloy, a former assistant
quently with Israeli leftw- secretary of war during the
ing representatives, was Roosevelt Administration.
gunned down in April by a
The students claim he was
lone assassin in the.lobby of instrumental in persuading
a hotel in the Portuguese the Allied forces from bomb-
town of Albufeira where the
ing the Nazi death camps
congress of the Socialist In- during World War II.
ternational was meeting.
The extremist Palesti-
nian Abu Nidal gang
claimed reponsibility for
Some 3,000 Jewish lead-
the assassination.
ers and activists from the
U.S. and Canada attended
the four-day 50th anniver-
sary General Assembly of
Two people were killed the Council of Jewish Fed-
and a third seriously erations in Los Angeles last
wounded when a powerful November. Israeli Premier
bomb exploded last Novem- Menahem Begin's
ber in the building housing scheduled address was sud-
the Israel Embassy in the denly cancelled when his
Ecuadoran capital in Quito. wife, Aliza, died in
Jerusalem.

Firemen's Field
Day Sunday
at State Fair

Jets for Israel

1 can condensed cream of
mushroom soup
1 /3 cup milk
12 oz. jar Manischewitz
Fishlets, drained
8 oz. can peas, drained
2 tbsps. diced pimiento
1/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
3 oz. package Manischewitz
Potato Pancake Mix

McCloy Protest

Sartawi Killed

50th CJF GA

Quito Bombing

Vandalism Down

Satmar Visitor

After more than doubling
for three years in a row,
anti-Semitic vandalism in
the U.S. declined noticeably
in 1982, according to the
annual audit conducted by
the ADL.

The Satmar Rebbe, Rabbi
Moishe Teitelbaum, arrived
in Israel in June on his first
visit since becoming head of
that Hasidic sect. He was
greeted in Jerusalem by
20,000 of his followers.

scorched to the ground
and an estimated 150,000
people were left home-
less. On that morning
Wesley told me that his
brother's home and busi-
ness were completely de-
stroyed.

Sinhalese group and minor-
ity Tamil people.
While both the Sinhalese
and Tamil came originally
from India to Sri Lanka, the
Sinhalese are mainly
Buddhists and the Tamil
are mostly Hindu. Because
of their education and busi-
ness prowess the Tamil are
called "the Jews of Sri
Lanka." Ancient religious
prejudice and bitter eco-
nomic rivalry have resulted
in periodic violent group
conflicts. August's was the
worst yet.

I wondered why the
World Council had not in-
terceded to try to stop these
terrible massacres. Had it
been the Israelis, instead of
the Sinhalese, God forbid,
the pro-PLO forces at the
World Council would have
dominated the Vancouver
Assembly and demanded
that the world pay attention
to them, and them alone.
As is the case with so
many other victims in the
world, the Tamil tragically
have become simply an-
other 24-hour media event.

Sinhalese soldiers, in
reprisal for an earlier
Tamil attack, launched a
pogrom against the Tamil
that left 267 people killed,
a number of them burned
alive. Tamil homes and
businesses were

R. Ornstein

Rosalind (Babe) Orns-
tein, an office supervisor in
the medical field, died Aug.
25 at age 75.
Born in New York, Miss
Ornstein was a volunteer at
St. John's Hospital and had
been a nurse for more than
27 years.
She leaves a brother, Ed-
ward of Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Mary
Silverman; and nieces and
nephews.

Radomer Mutual
Slates Services

The Radomer Mutual
Society of Detroit will have
its annual Yiskor services
noon Sept. 11 at Chesed
Shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Herbert Eskin and
Cantor Max Shimansky
will officiate.

Monument Unveilings

Unveiling announcements
may be inserted by mail or by
calling The Jewish News, 17515
W. Nine Mile, Suite 865, South-
field, Mich. 48075. 424-8833. Writ-
ten announcements must be ac-
companied by the name and ad-
dress of the person making the
insertions. There is a standing
charge of $10.00 for an unveiling
notice measuring an inch in
depth, and $15.00 for a notice two
inches deep with a black border.

The family of the late

Sylvia Stern announces

the unveiling of a monu-
ment in his memory 10:15
a.m. Sunday, Sept. 4, at He-
brew Memorial Park, Beth
Joseph Section. Rabbi
David Nelson will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

the unveiling of a monu-
ment in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 4, at Hebrew
Memorial Park, Radomer
Section. Rabbi Gruskin will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

MARIANNE
HOROWITZ •

MARY
BORMEINSKI

Announce_s the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 28, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Loss
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at
Woekmen's Circle Cem-
etery. Rabbi Leo Y.
Goldman will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

The Family _
of the Late

MAX P.
NISKAR

MAIER
BRENNER

The family of the late

Joel Chudnow announces

The Family
of the Late

NORBERT
ROBERT

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Schnipper will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

JOE
SINGER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at He-
brew Memorial Park,
Lakeside Section. Can-
tor Orbach will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at
Westwood Cemetery.
Rabbi Arm will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

JENNIE
FISCHER

HATTIE RIBIAT

MARY
YELLEN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gordon will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

N

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi
Harold Loss will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the un-
-veiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at
Circle
Workmen's
Beth
Cemetery,
Section.
Yehudah
Rabbi Zachariash will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

"Over 65 years of traditional service in the Jewish community with dignity and understanding."

HEBREW MEMORIAL CHAPEL

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11, at Ch-
esed Shel Emes Cemet-
ery. Rabbi Gruskin will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

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