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November 18, 1983 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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hruth Council, Butchers,
6, Join to Aid Russians

Macaroni
Casserole

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i he Metropolitan Kas-
zuth Council of Michigan,
Working with the Detroit
Area Retail Kosher Meat
Dealers Association, has
joined forces with the
Jewish Family Service to
offer a special discount to
indigent Russian Jewish
families who wish to keep a
kosher home.
Rabbi Jack Goldman,
administrator of the Coun-
cil, worked out an arrange-
ment with Alicia Karr of the
JFS to contact some 60 Rus-
sian Jewish families and
offer them this service. Ms.
Karr will send a letter in
Russian to all the families
in this category, giving
them the names of the

members of the Kosher
Meat Dealers Association.
By presenting this letter
to the members of the asso-
ciation, these people will re-
ceive a 10 percent discount
on all purchases, including
items that are already on
sale.
A similar discount is
being given to senior citi-
zens and to those who make
their kosher meat pur-
chases with food stamps.
Allan A. Cohen, president
of the kosher butchers' asso-
ciation, said that the dis-
count applies not only to
meat, but to poultry, fish,
and any other kosher food
items sold by the participat-
ing kosher markets.

1/2 cup chopped onions

1 /2

cup green peppers
cup chopped celery
3 tbsps. pareve margarine
1 package (10 oz.) frozen peas,
cooked, drained
1 /4 tsp. dried dill
2 cans (15 oz. each) Chef Boy-
ar-dee macaroni
1 package (8 oz.) frozen fish
sticks, thawed
Saute chopped onions,
green peppers and chopped
celery in pareve margarine.
Combine onion mixture,
cooked peas, dill and maca-
roni. Pour half of macaroni
mixture on bottom of 3-quart
casserole. Arrange half of
thawed fish sticks carefully on
top of macaroni mixture. Add
remaining macaroni mixture;
arrange remaining fish sticks
on top. Cover, bake in 350 de-
gree oven for 30 minutes.
Serves 4 to 6.

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APPLEGATE SQUARE in SOUTHFIELD

A Prayer for Soviet Jewry

Friday, November 18, 1983 63

PHONE 357-1123

National Conference on Soviet Jewry

May the blessings of Heaven —
Grace, loving kindness, and mercy,
Long life, ample sustenance,
And the joy of seeing their children
Able to be devoted to the study
of Torah
Be granted to our people
Who live in the Soviet Union.

May the Almighty bless them and
sustain them.
May they be granted the courage to
continue.
May the bonds between
us be strengthened.
And may they be enabled to
live in pride and dignity,
Freedom and honor.

May those who struggle
to join our People in
their ancestral homeland
Be permitted to do so.

Until these goals are achieved,
May we be their voice,
May our prayers on their behalf be
heard
In the councils of the nations here on
earth,
And in Your Presence.

May our acts and deeds
be worthy of their sacrifices.

Master in Heaven,
Be with them in their plight,
And let us say: Amen.

Katzes Dedicate a Forest
During JNF Israel Mission






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Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Katz were in Israel re-
cently with a Jewish National Fund mission to dedi-
cate the Rabbi Joseph and Ann Katz Forest in the
United Synagogue Park near Safed. The Katzes were
joined by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Sara)
Bonin, grandson Jeremy and relatives and friends.
The Borins planted a grove of 1,000 trees in honor of
their parents' forest project.

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