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December 31, 1993 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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COMPILED BY ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

A HADASSAH
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he National Honey Board
is sponsoring a recipe con-
test for all members of
Hadassah, for the best recipes
in which honey is the primary
sweetener.
Recipes for appetizers, main
dishes, dressings, sauces,
baked goods and beverages
should use at least 1/4 cup hon-
ey. As many recipes as desired

SOME SWELL MOTHER-IN- -LAW

Hungarian Government
Awards Prize

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ou've heard the difference
A member of Temple B'nai Je-
between in-laws and out-
hudah in Kansas City, Mo., Mrs.
laws (one's wanted)?
Aaron is in the midst of planning
Don't try those worn-out in-
the foundation's first major fund-
law jokes on American League
raising event, featuring sports
umpire Steve Palermo. Since
commentator and TV host Bob
Mr. Palermo was shot and
Costas. The dinner, slated for
wounded in 1991, his mother-in-
Jan. 14 in Overland Park, Kan.,
law has been tirelessly work-
ing on behalf of a foundation
in his name.
Diane Aaron is executive
director of the Overland
Park, Kan.-based Steve
Palermo Foundation for
Spinal Cord Injuries. The or-
ganization was established
after Mr. Palermo (who is
married to Mrs. Aaron's
daughter, Debbie) was shot
while breaking up a mug-
ging and robbery in Dallas
The billet entered his spinal
cord, resulting in instant
paralysis to the lower ex-
tremities.
Doctors predicted Mr.
Palermo would never walk
again. Today, he walks with
the aid of a leg brace and
canes and "improvement
continues daily," he says.
Now he is working to Steve Palermo
"heighten the awareness of
spinal cord injury and let the
also will include sportscaster Bob
world know there are many oth-
Uecker and George Brett of the
ers whose lives have been and
Kansas City Royals.
will be dramatically changed by
For information, write the
this debilitating injury" (which
Steve Palermo Foundation for
also affected Mike Utley of the
Spinal Cord Injuries, 11184 An-
Detroit Lions).
tioch, Suite 14, Overland Park,
Spinal-cord injury affects
KS 66210, or call (800) 513-3700.
842,000 Americans every year.

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he Hungarian government recently award-
ed the Budapest Prize, for those making
major contributions to democracy, freedom
and education in Hungary, to David Moskovits
of New York.
Mr. Moskovits was honored for his key role
in founding and guiding, without pay, the
American Endowment School, a Budapest
primary and secondary school that em-
phasizes democratic principles and offers
Judaic studies.
Mr. Moskovits also is the founder of
the Endowment for Democracy in
Eastern Europe, a not-for-profit char-
itable corporation dedicated to promot-
ing private enterprise in Eastern Europe.




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may be submitted, but only one •
per chapter (and individual) •
can win. Entries must be post- •
marked no later than Feb. 26, •
1994.

For a complete list of contest •
details and rules, send a self-
addressed, stamped, business- •
sized envelope to the National •
Honey Board, Hadassah •
"Touch of Honey" Contest, 190 ••
Queen Anne Ave. N, Seattle, •
WA 98109. •

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el Aviv (JTA) — Archaeologists working under water have
uncovered more than 60 rare copper ingots dating from the
late Bronze Age, the Antiquities Authority reported this month.
It is believed that the copper, used to make weapons and uten-
sils, was part of a cargo from a ship that sank off the coast of the
Haifa area around 3,500 years ago.
The copper, weighing nearly half a ton, has been sent for analy-
sis to determine its age and where it was mined.

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Ohio State Removes Nazi Doctor's Portrait

CENTRAL REGISTRY OF
WAR CRIMINALS AND
SECURITY SUSPECTS

WANTED LIST

PART 11

death in 1986, the Justice De-
partment's Office of Special In-
vestigations had initiated steps
toward prosecuting him for hav-
ing participated in acts of per-
secution."
Officials at Ohio State told
the WJC they had no idea of
Col. Strughold's past. They are
now having his picture re-
moved from a mural of stained-
glass.

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STRUBE Dr. Jens
STRUBE Walter
STRUBE Dr. Will
STUBEER Heinrich
STRUEL Frans
STRUCHTRU B.

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STRUIK Wilhelmina
STRULTSER
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STRUM Karl
STRUMPEL
STRUMPFMAIER Josel
STRUNCK

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rity report stated that Col.
Strughold's "successful career
under Hitler would seem to in-
dicate he must be in full accord
with Nazism."
Col. Strughold came to the
United States as part of Project
Paperclip, in which he and oth-
er Nazi scientists were recruit-
ed to work on the U.S. space
program.
According to the WJC Report,
"shortly before Strughold's

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ollowing a request from
the World Jewish Con-
gress, Ohio State Univer-
sity has agreed to remove from
a mural of medical heroes the
portrait of the head of the Nazis'
Air Force Institute for Aviation
Medicine.
The WJC notified school offi-
cials that Col. Hubertus
Strughold had been listed on a
1945 U.S. Army registry of war
criminals. His American secu-

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Scrimmage For etank tffiderstaitcligig


• slack and Lubavitch youth joined New York Mayor-elect
Rudolph Giuliani recently for a sporting game of ethnic un-

derstanding.


Equitable Ethnic Understanding Night was held Dec. 14 during
•• the New York Knicks-Denver Nuggets game in New York. The high-
• light was a half-time
• scrimmage with children
• of different ethnic commu-
• nities, joined by Mayor-
• • elect Giuliani and coached
• by black and Lubavitch
• youth from Crown
• Heights.
The event, sponsored

• by the Equitable Life As-
• surance Society and coon
• dinated by the Foundation
• • for Ethnic Understand-
• ing, also featured the
• distribution of the pre-
mier issue of the Harmonist.
• • • Written
by teens, the news-
• paper features articles and
• essays about racial harmony.


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