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March 10, 1989 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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FISH
MECHAYEH!

set up in Lebanon before
Israel's army drove them out
in 1982, their rule was so
brutal that the local populace
welcomed the Isralei troops as
liberators. What happened in
Lebanon shows Arabs of the
territories what life will be
like under the PLO rule.
PLO death squads already
have been busy. Arabs
suspected of cooperating or
being friendly with Jews have
been stabbed, lynched,
bludgeoned, shot or hacked to
death. Those Arabs that want
peace with Jews will have to
face the consequences if Israel
surrenders to the State
Department pressure. They
know that in 1957 when the
United States forced Isarel to
give up Gaza, those Arabs
that had been friendly with
Jews were executed by Egypt.
There is something that can
be done that will benefit both
Arabs and Jews and bring
blessed peace. Most of the
violence Israel faces comes
from the 28 U.N. refugee
camps in Judea, Samaria and
Gaza where some 500,000
Arabs are kept in "tern-
porary" housing built 40
years ago. Those camps, sub-
sidized by the United States,
are actually run by the PLO
under the flag of the United

Nations. Those PLO-U.N.
camps breed the hate and
violence that keep the conflict
festering.
It is long, long overdue that
the Arabs of those camps
should finally get settled in a
place they can call their own
to start a new life of peace and
prosperity. It is time that
those PLO-U.N. "temporary"
camps be demolished. Those
people from the camps should
be settled — not in Israel —
but among their own people
in their independent Arab
Palestinian homeland,
Jordan.
The American Jewish com-
munity should use its con-
siderable influence to remind
Washington that those Arabs
being called "homeless
Palestinians" already have
an independent Arab Palesti-
nian homeland. Their Arab
Palestine — Jordan — is four
times the size of Isarel, but
with only half as many
people.
We should tell Washington
that instead of supplying Jor-
dan with more and more
guns, America should be sup-
porting the economic develop-
ment of Jordan. Then that
Arab Palestinian state can
gather and settle their peo-
ple. ❑

Nothing works wonders like Miracle Whip salad
dressing from Kraft. Its unique combination of
vinegar, oil and spices gives food a delicious
tang that mayonnaise just can't match. Try it in
this recipe for smoked herring salad and you'll
find that Kosher-parve Miracle Whip adds a
wonderful flavor to food.

SMOKED HERRING SALAD

With Kosher-parve Miracle Whip salad dressing

4 cups chopped cooked potato
lb. smoked herring, skinned, boned, chopped
1 cup celery slices
1 /2 cup MIRACLE WHIP salad dressing
2 tablespoons chopped onion
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons chopped pimento
1 teaspoon Kosher salt
Dash of pepper
Lettuce

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©1987 Kraft, Inc.

KE YOUR TENSION
OUT ON US.

Justice Boyle To Speak
At NCJW Luncheon

The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, will hold a
luncheon meeting and pro-
gram noon Mar. 22 at Temple
Beth El.
The afternoon will feature
Justice Patricia J. Boyle of the
Supreme Court of the State of
Michigan.
Following lunch and a brief
business meeting, Justice
Boyle will address the group
on "Supporting Our
Families."
A native of Detroit and a
graduate of Wayne State
University Law School, Boyle
gave up a lifetime tenured
federal judgeship to fill a
vacancy on the Michigan
Supreme Court in 1983. She
is the recipient of numerous
awards and honors.
In 1986, she was named
supervising justice of the
Citizens' Commission to Im-
prove Michigan Courts, the
first such commission in
Michigan history. Later that
year, Boyle was inducted into
the Michigan Women's Hall of
Fame, the youngest woman to
be so honored.
The luncheon is open to the

Combine all ingredients except lettuce;
mix lightly. Chill. Add additional salad
dressing before serving, if desired.
Serve in lettuce-lined bowl.
6 to 8 servings
Variation: Substitute Miracle Whip
Light reduced calorie salad dressing
for Miracle Whip salad dressing.

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Justice Patricia J. Boyle

community. There is a charge.
Reservations are required.
Checks may be sent to the
NCJW offices, 30233
Southfield Rd., Suite 100,
Southfield 48076, 258-6000.
Deadline for reservations is
March 17.
The luncheon meeting is
sponsored by the group's
public relations department.
Rita Selburn is chairman of
the day. ❑

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