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September 18, 1987 - Image 154

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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TEN YEARS AGO

which accepted only "born again"
advertisers.
The Festival Dancers of the
Jewish Community Center
celebrated ten years of performance
with a state-wide tour of a multi-
media presentation entitled
Womensrites.

The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith filed three anti-
discrimination suits on behalf of
Jews and Catholics against two
California-based national
businesses: Christian Yellow Pages
and Christian Business Directory

U.N. Secretary-General U Thant
blamed the United Nations for the
two Israel-Arab wars in the last
decade.
Henry Ford II donated $100,000
to the Israel Emergency Fund.

Each month in this space,
L'Chayim will look back into issues
of The Jewish News to see what
was happening in the local Jewish
community or in the Diaspora ten,
20 and 40 years ago.

Recipes By
Goldie Adler

20 YEARS AGO

The UNSOP (United Nations
Special Committee on Palestine)
presented a 165-page report to the
General Assembly stating that "all
Jews in the world who wish to go to
Palestine would have the right to do
so." The report recommended the
partition of Palestine into Jewish
and Arab states.

Detroit premiered the new
30-minute color film, Behind the
Blockade, on the "epic of building
while fighting" in Palestine at a
Jewish National Fund rally.

THE BIG SUKKAH

New

Do you have a favorite kosher
recipe? Each month in this space,
L'Chayim will print a kosher recipe
that the whole family can prepare
together. To contribute to the
column, write your recipe in a way
in which the entire family can
participate and send it to L'Chayim,
clo The Jewish News, 20300 Civic
Center Dr., Southfield 48076.
This month's recipes were
contributed by Goldie Adler.

40 YEARS AGO

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Jewish

THE COMPLETE FAMILY GUIDE
TO JEWISH

HOLIDAYS
by Dalia Hardof

Reuberg
Holiday background,
traditions
stories crafts, and recipes are clearly
Presented for the beginner as well as
families who've had practice.

HONEY NUT BALLS

Mother can start the recipe.
First, cream 1 /2 lb. margarine and 1/4
cup honey. Have one of the children
add 2 tsp. vanilla, 2 cups of ground
pecans or walnuts and 2 1 /4 cups of
flour.
Let the other children roll into
small balls, place on ungreased
cookie shees and bake in 325
degree oven for 20 minutes or until
lightly browned.
Father or grandfather can roll in
powdered sugar while warm, and re-
roll when cool. May be stored and
when re-serving re-roll in powdered
sugar. Makes about 100 cookies.

KICHEL

Have one member of the family
gather all the ingredients: 6 eggs,
1 /2 tsp. salt, 2 cups flour, 1/2 cup oil
and 5 tsp. sugar.
Mother can mix all ingredients
together and beat for 10 minutes
with an electric beater at medium
speed. Let the children drop on wax
paper on a cookie sheet globs of
batter from a spoon and sprinkle
with sugar (or cinnamon and sugar).
Bake at 375 degrees for 1/2
hour. Remove from pan while hot.
Do not cover when storing or the
kichel will become soggy. Do not
freeze.

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1987

THE SHOFAR THAT LOST ITS VOICE
by David E. Fass, illustrations by Marlene Lobell Ruthen

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek will have a bar/bat
mitzvah family luncheon at 12:30 p.m. in the
synagogue social hall. The luncheon will
honor young people who will celebrate a bar
or bat mitzvah in the coming year.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will have a family
learning service at 10:30 a.m. in the
synagogue chapel. There will be a run-
through of the Saturday morning service,
concentrating on the Torah service, melodies,
procedure and terminology.

Sunday, Sept. 20

The Birmingham Temple will have
Sunday school registration and a family
picnic at II a.m. at the temple. Students in
the Sunday school, Hebrew school, bar and



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bat mitzvah, confirmation and philosophy
classes will register and meet their teachers.

Sunday, Oct. 4

Cong. Shaarey Zedek will have a
succah-decorating party at I p.m. in the
syangogue succah. Refreshments and
supplies will be provided.

The Jewish Community Center will have
a succah-decoration workshop and succah-
decorating party at 2 p.m. outside the main
entrance of the main Jewish Center.
Refreshments will be served. There is a
charge of $2 for members and $2.50 for
non-members.

The Jewish Parents Institute will have a
Succot family celebration at II a.m. at Camp
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the building and decorating of a succah, a
picnic, Israeli singing and dancing and relay
races and games. Admission is free. For
information and reservations, call the JPI
office, 661-1000, ext. 333.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Cong. Shaarey Zedek will have its Beth
Hayeled induction and family luncheon at
10:30 a.m. in the chapel.

Sunday, Oct. 25

The Jewish Parents Institue will have a
bus tour of Jewish Detroit at I p.m., leaving
from the Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center, 15110 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park. Refreshments are included.
For details and reservations, call the JPI
office, 661-1000, ext. 333.

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