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.
TEN YEARS AGO
A letter criticizing President
Jimmy Carter's proposed arms sale
to Saudi Arabia and Egypt was
written by 21 members of the
37-member House International
the 25 students.
Israel's Ambassador to the U.S.,
Simcha Dinitz, opened the 1978
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund at the Jewish
40 YEARS AGO
20 YEARS AGO
President Lyndon Johnson
announced that he would not seek
re-election in the fall.
Temple Beth El established a
volunteer placement corps for young
inner city blacks who have interests
in retailing. Businessmen from the
congregation will provide jobs for
The State Department denied
an export license to an American
firm for the shipment of 96,000
pounds of kosher beef to Palestine.
The Post Office Department
announced that it would not accept
money orders for Palestine.
A Detroit rally demanding the
lifting of the embargo on arms to
Palestine was held at Cass
Technical High School.
JARC Seeks Help
For Client Seders
JARC (Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens) needs individuals
to help lead sedarim for residents of
the Haverim Homes and for clients
in its other residential programs.
JARC staff will work with
volunteers to accommodate their
own families' seder schedule and
will also help them tailor the seder
to the JARC clients' interests.
Call Bonnie Cohn, JARC
volunteer services coordinator,
557-7650, to share a seder with
developmentally disabled men and
women in the Jewish community.
Since its beginning in the
1960s, JARC has established ten
Haverim Homes in southern
Oakland County which provide
residents the opportunity to reach
their maximum potential in a warm
and caring Jewish atmosphere.
JARC also operates the Maas
Supported Independence Program
and the DeRoy Independent
Apartment Program which assists
developmentally disabled individuals
to live in their own apartments
throughout the community. Support
to the more than 200 individuals
and their families waiting for
placement in a JARC residential
program is provided by the Family
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00 Passover Treats For A Sweeter Holiday
t o vi cetiz ir4
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, type 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 Beth Lewis of Oak
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1988
Let the younger children gather
the ingredients: 3 eggs, 1/2 cup
unsalted margarine, 1/2 cup sugar,
1/4 cup hot water.
Let an older child add the
above ingredients in a blender in
the order they are written. Let one
of the other children add one of the
Vanilla: 1 tsp. vanilla/vanilla sugar;
Cocoa: 2 tsps. cocoa;
Coffee: 1 tsp. coffee;
Orange: 2 tsps. grated orange rind.
Mom can blend until well
mixed, then put it in the freezer.
This is best prepared at least
one day before it will be served. It
also makes a good dessert if served
on sponge cake.
Let the younger children gather
the ingredients: 1 cup cake meal, 1/4
cup potato starch, 1 1/2 cups sugar,
1 /2 cup oil, 8 eggs separated, 1/2 cup
water, 1/4 cup lemon juice, 3 tbsps.
Let the older children combine
cake meal, potato starch, sugar and
salt in a mixing bowl. Make a well
in the center and add oil, egg yolks,
water, and lemon juice. Mom can
beat at medium speed until smooth.
In another bowl, Dad can beat egg
whites until very stiff. Pour batter
mixture over egg whites and fold
gently. Pour 2/3 of the mixture in an
ungreased 10" tube pan.
One of the kids can fold the
cocoa in the remaining batter. The
other kids and Dad can spoon the
cocoa batter here and there over
mixture in pan. Mom can cut
through with a knife to create
marble effect. Bake at 325 degrees
for 1 hour or until completely done.
Invert on neck of bottle and cool