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July 28, 1989 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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SAM,

I COOKING I

S

DAMN' 7 AM-7 PM M
P
SUNDAY 7 8M-6

FRUIT MKT.

25282 Greenfield Rd.

Just North of 10 Mile

ctosE D SATURDAY
you GET THE ,
BEST QuALIT . -

California Jumbo Size 4

SWEET HONEYDEWS,,,,,,,,,, $1

29

HOVEGROW\ CABBAGE........15c,b.

3 lb. loaf

HAOLAV CHEESE............$6 99

1/2 gallon carton

BORDEVS SKIM VILK............79*

FRESH GLADIOLAS DAILY.... $

1 A9bunch

All Specials Good Through August 3rd, 1989

THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER DANCE

OF THE

FRIENDS OF THE ISRAEL CANCER ASSOCIATION, MICHIGAN BRANCH
AND THE HANOAR CHAPTER

DR. ARTHUR FEUER

Sunday, September 10, 1989
BETH ACHIM SYNAGOGUE

21100 N. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield

GUEST SPEAKER:

MAX SOSIN

MUSIC BY ERIC ROSENOW
AND HIS CONTINENTALS

Cocktails: 5:00 P.M.
Couvert: 560.00
Dinner Following
per person
Black Tie Optional

MICH. BRANCH PRESIDENT: AGI RUBIN

HONOAR CHAPTER PRESIDENT: LIZ LAKRITZ
DINNER CHAIRPERSON: JUDY EISENBERG

DINNER CO-CHAIRPERSON: ANNA GREENBERGER

Ticket Committee
Alex Greenberger
646-0983
Mary Papo
967-4414
Judy Eisenberg
661-2435

AD BOOK 1989
Zoltan Rubin, Faye Rosemberg

54

FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1989

Continued from Page 52

NT TFIE

tovvEST PRICES

• 968-4850 •

HONORING

Noshes

refrigerator for a least 4 hours
or overnight.

QUICK PICKLED
MUSHROOMS
1 pound fresh mushrooms,
quartered
1 cup dry white wine
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon oregano
1/4 teaspoon salt
pinch pepper
2 tomatoes, cut in thick
wedges
Place mushrooms, wine,
sugar, oregano, salt and pep-
per in saucepan. Cook, cov-
ered, over medium heat for 7
minutes until mushrooms are
slightly cooked. Add tomatoes
and cook 2 to 3 minutes
longer. Spoon into a bowl and
refrigerate.
Note: mushrooms and
tomatoes should be cut in
large enough chunks to be
eaten with fingers or
toothpick.
CHINESE SLAW
8 cups shredded Chinese
cabbage (1 small head)
11/2 cups prepared citrus
sections
1/4 cup snipped chives
'/2 cup reduced calorie
mayonnaise
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon ground ginger
juice of 2 lemons
Place cabbage in a large
bowl. Gently stir in citrus sec-
tions. In separate small bowl,
combine chives, mayonnaise,
sugar, ginger and lemon juice.
Pour over cabbage mixture
and toss lightly. Refrigerate.
Will keep for 2 to 3 days,

tightly covered, under
refrigeration.
STRAWBERRY SORBET
2 quarts strawberries
11/2 cups sugar
juice of 3 oranges
juice and grated rind of 3
lemons
'/4 cup brandy (optional)
Puree strawberries with
sugar, orange juice and lemon
juice and rind in food pro-
cessor or blender. Add brandy
and pour into freezer trays.
Freeze until mixture is par-
tially frozen. Transfer to large
bowl and beat until mushy.
Return to trays, cover and
freeze until firm. Makes
about 1 quart.
BANANA CAROB STICKS
3 tablespoons fruit juice
'Al cup carob powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
3 bananas, peeled
about 1/3 cup chopped nuts
Line a cookie sheet with
wax paper. Mix fruit juice,
carob powder and cinnamon
to a smooth paste. Cut each
banana in half; then cut each
half into 4 sticks, lengthwise.
Using a fork or tongs, dip
each stick into carob paste,
coating well all over. Sprinkle
with chopped nuts and place
on prepared cookie sheet and
freeze. When they are partial-
ly frozen, insert a sandwich
pick in each stick and cover
with plastic wrap. Return to
freezer to freeze completely.
May then be stored in a
plastic bag. Makes 24
sticks.



1989 Ethel G. Hofman. All Rights
Reserved

NEWS)

Defense Attorneys
Strike Military Courts

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
and Palestinian defense at-
torneys declared a one-month
strike last week to protest
what they charged were in-
tolerable conditions in the
military courts of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
The lawyers said the "in-
dignity imposed on our
clients" made it impossible to
give them a proper defense
and that they, too, were being
harassed.
The strike was promptly de-
nounced by Brig. Gen. Amnon
Strasnow, the judge advocate
general who is the chief legal
officer of the Israel Defense
Force.
He called it a most serious,
irresponsible and completely
unjustified step and said the
courts would continue to con-

duct hearings in a legal man-
ner without the attorneys.
Strasnow said that since
the Palestinian uprising
began 19 months ago, and
especially in recent months,
there has been real improve-
ment in the work of the
military courts in the
territories.
The number of judges has
doubled, the trials are
quicker and the working con-
ditions of the lawyers have
improved, he said.
But the lawyers charged
that despite the IDF's pro-
mises, Palestinian lawyers
are still harassed in court, are
often denied access to their
clients and are not informed
of changes in the court
calendar.
Felicia Langer, an Israeli

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