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 10, 20
and 40 years ago.
TEN YEARS AGO
Thirty students invaded the
New York offices of Ford Motor Co.
demanding that the company fire a
Cleveland worker, Ivan Demjanjuk,
who they alleged was a Nazi camp
guard at Treblinka.
Detroit attorney Avern Cohn and
former Genesee County Circuit
Court Judge Stewart Newblatt were
nominated by President Carter for
Federal District Court judgeships.
Evelyn Orbach was elected vice
chairman of the Interfaith
Broadcasting Commission of
20 YEARS AGO
The State of Israel was
admitted to the United Nations.
Abraham Satovsky was re-
elected president of the men's club
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
A bill naming Israel's basic
currency the shekel, instead of lira
or pound, was introduced into the
40 YEARS AGO
When Moshe was about to
receive the Torah, the angels raised
their voices in protest, "God, such a
special gift You give to the humans!
How can You be sure that they will
appreciate the preciousness of Your
holy teachings? What will they offer
as a guarantee that these words will
be treasured forever?"
God listened to the angels and
understood their concern. So God
spoke to Moshe and asked, "How
can I comfort the angels, they worry
so? Give them a sign that the Torah
will always be dear to you and to all
Moshe thought — "perhaps I can
tell them that based on the good
deeds of our ancestors, we should
be trusted? Or maybe, because our
prophets were so loyal? No, I must
provide them with a promise worthy
of this magnificent gift. What is it
that we Jews value above all else?
Ah, our children!"
So it was, the Midrash says, that
Moshe was able to comfort the
angels. And Moshe received the
Torah and he brought it to the
children of Israel.
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Milchig Meichels For The Beichel On Shavuot
Do you have a favorite kosher
recipe? Each month in this space,
L'Chayim will print kosher recipes
that the whole family can prepare
together. To contribute to the
column, type your recipe on 8 1 /2x11"
paper and send it to L'Chayim, clo
The Jewish News, 20300 Civic
Center Dr., Southfield 48076.
This month's recipes were
contributed by Pearl L. Manello of
1 pkg. (10 oz.) broad noodles
1/4 lb. margarine or butter
By YAFFA GANZ REE
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1989
3/4 lb. small curd cottage cheese
1/2 pint sour cream
3/4-1 cup sugar or to taste
cinnamon to taste
4 large eggs separated
1/2 can drained crushed pineapple
(do not use juice)
raisins, dark or yellow
Cook noodles as directed on
package. Drain well and add melted
margarine. Combine cottage
cheese, sour cream, sugar,
cinnamon and beaten egg yolks.
Add to noodles. Combine crushed
pineapple and raisins and add to
noodle mixture. Beat egg whites
until stiff. Fold into noodle mixture.
Bake in well greased 9x13 casserole
for 1 hour at 350 degrees or until
golden brown. Can be served hot or
1 box graham crackers
1 large and 1 small box vanilla
3 cups milk
9 oz. Cool Whip
2 oz. Choco Bake
3 tbsp. milk
1 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 cups confectioners sugar
Butter a 9x13 cake pan. Line
bottom with whole graham crackers.
Beat milk with pudding and allow to
stand 5 minutes. Fold in Cool Whip.
Pour half of pudding mixture over
crackers. Add another layer of whole
crackers. Repeat with pudding
mixture and top with whole
Prepare topping. Combine all
topping ingredients. If mixture is too
thick to spread add a few drops of
milk, one at a time. Blend well and
spread over graham crackers. This
is better if it is made 24 hours prior