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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-14

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Friday, September 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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challah and honey
fried chicken livers with onions
sweet noodle kugel
broccoli almondine
roast brisket with baby carrots
honey cake
mints
coffee, tea

HONEY CAKE
11/2 cups sugar
1 lb. honey
1 /2 cup oil
1 tsp grated orange peel
4 eggs, separated

2 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
3 cups flour
1 cup coffee

Mix sugar, honey, oil, orange
peel and egg yolks. Beat well. Mix
in remaining ingredients except
egg whites. Beat whites until stiff.
Fold into cake batter gently. Bake
in a greased 9x13-inch pan for one
hour at 350 degrees or until cake
tests done.

SWEET NOODLE KUGEL
1 lb. wide noodles, cooked

8 large eggs, beaten with 14 cup
water
1 cup sugar
1 cup crushed pineapple,
drained
2 apples, diced
1 h cup raisins
2 sticks melted margarine
sugar-cinnamon mixture
Combine all ingredients except
sugar-cinnamon mixture. Pour
into a well greased 9x13-inch pan.
Sprinkle with sugar and cinna-
mon. Bake at 350 degrees for 50
minutes. Serve hot or cold. Makes
12 to 16 pieces.

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lunch menu:
apples and honey
challah and honey
fresh fruit salad in wine
chicken soup with noodles
cold sliced tongue
tzirfimes
macaroni salad
cranberry mold
coffee, tea

TZIMMES
3 lbs. beef brisket
1 /2 tsp. black pepper
2 large onions, chopped
3 cups boiling water
8 carrots, quartered

3 large sweet potatoes, cut into
eights
1 /4 cup honey
1 /2 lb. pitted prunes
1 /2 cup raisins
Sprinkle meat with pepper,
brown in dutch oven with onions
in oil. Add boiling water and
simmer covered for 11/2 hours.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Add
rest of ingredients. Bake covered
for about 11/2 hours or until meat is
tender. Uncover for last 10 min-
utes of baking. Cool; slice meat.
Add to tzimmes and reheat tzim-
mes and meat on a small flame on
top of stove. Add a little water if
necessary. Serves 8 as a side dish,
5 as a main dish.

CRANBERRY MOLD
1 cup crushed, pineapple,
drained
1 pkg. raspberry gelatin
4 cups fresh cranberries
1 cup boiling water
1 /2 cup sugar
1 whole orange
1/2 cup nuts

Put cranberries, orange and
nuts through food processor to
grind. Add pineapple. Dissolve
gelatin in boiling water. Mix into
gelatin the rest of ingredients.
Pour into 5-cup mold. Chill until
firm. Serves 10.

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UAHC establishes new committee
to combat cults, missionary groups

New York — The Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
(UAHC), the representative Re-
form body in the United States,
has established a national Corn-
_ mittee on Cults and Missionaries
"to combat the activities of decep-
tive proselytizing groups," it was
announced last week.
In making the announcement,
UAHC president Rabbi Alexan-
der M. Schindler noted that some
missionaries are making special
approaches in targeting young
members of the Jeivish commu-
nity.
"It is estimated that Jews make
up 12 percent of recruits to cults,"
the Reform Jewish leader said.
"This is a problem of major prop-
ortions, one that the American
Jewish community cannot afford
to ignore."
He added: "The new committee
will provide the guidance needed
by UAHC congregations in their
efforts to cope with the complex
and acute personal and commu-
nity problems created by aggres-
sive proselytizing groups."
Rabbi Schindler poined out that
the Committee on Cults and Mis-
sionaries had been formed follow-
ing the "overwhelming demand"
expressed at the UAHC biennial
assembly last fall for an organized
national effort by the Reform

movement against what he
termed "increasingly aggressive

and manipulative tactics em-
ployed by proselytizing groups.

Israelis, Americans tied
to counterfeiting operation

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Police in Is-
rael and the U.S. have uncovered
a major counterfeit ring and seven
men were arrested in Tel Aviv
Tuesday while in the act of print-
ing $12 million worth of $100
bills.
Police spokesmen said the bills
they had found were of excellent
quality, among the best counter-
feits they had ever seen. They
even would have passed the test of
the expensive dollar testing elec-
tronic machines now popular in
Israel because of the plague of
counterfeit currency on sale on
the black market.
The tip-off for the operation ap-
pears to have come from the U.S.
some months ago, when reports of
a major counterfeit operation by
Israelis surfaced. Both Israeli and
American police have been keep-
ing a careful watch on the gangs
at both ends since then.
Meanwhile, in New York, the
United States Secret Service an-
nounced the arrest of three men in
Brooklyn who were connected


with the Israeli counterfeiting
ring.
James D'Amellio, a U.S. Secret
Service special agent, who coordi
nated the raids with the Israeli
National Police, said that Secret
Service agents arrested Avraham
Batashvill, 52, and his sons
Michael, 22, and Irshak, 26. The
Batashvills are Soviet Georgian
emigres and are related to the
seven Georgian emigres who were
seized in Israel.
All three men were charged
with conspiracy to counterfeit
currency.

Chemical defense

Jerusalem (ZINS) — Because of
the use of poison gas in the Iran-
Iraq war, Israeli expert Dr. Jacob
Adler was recently asked if Israel
was prepared for chemical war-
fare if she were attacked.
Dr. Adler said Israel has made
preparations to protect both its
soldiers and civilian population in
the event of a chemical attack.

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