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Page 12-THE NEWS-May, 1984
By Norma Barach
(Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.)
For Shavuot, dairy meals are customary. This is a dish
popular with Oriented Jews.
6 tomatoes, diced
2 green peppers, diced
1 large onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 cubed eggplant (optional)
Fry onions in oil in large skillet until golden. Saute remain
ing vegetables, mixed with salt and pepper to taste, until soft,
stirring occasionally to prevent sticl^g. Add oregano. Pat
down and cover bottom of frying pan. Pour eggs on top of
vegetables (sunny-side-up fashion). Cover skillet and simmer for
5 minutes on a low flame. Cut into 6 servings.
Vegetarian “Chopped Liver*’
1 very large onion
2 tblsps. oil
12 walnuts, grated in a blender
2 cups cook^ peas
8 hard cooked eggs
Saute lightly chopped onion in oil until browned. Mash eggs
and add to peas, mixing until well blended. Add walnuts and
onions and keep mashing until very well blended.
A delicious side dish suggestion for Shabbat dinner guests:
^ cup dried apricots
2 large, tart apples, peeled
1 cup chopped walnuts
14 cup honey
2 tblsps. sugar
1 tblsp. lemon juice
5 eggs, separated
Place apricots in 1 cup of boiling water and soak until cool.
Drain weU. Cut apples into thin wedges. Grease a 9-inch square
pan. Place apple wedges and apricots in pan. Beat egg yolks
until light and frothy. Add honey, nuts, sugar and lemon juice.
Blend well Beat egg whites until stiff. Fold into yolk mixture.
Pour over fruit. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until set.
There have been more than
20 showings in the past month
of the slide/tape presentation
“The Holocaust - a North
Prepared by the Governor’s
Commission on the Holocaust,
the shows are accompanied
locally by talks given by Dr.
Susan Cemyak Spatz or Celia
Scher, both members of the
A partial list of the presen
tations includes: Rocky Mount
United Methodist Church,
East Mecklenburg High (5
classes of over 300 students).
Temple Beth Shalom, Temple
Beth El, Education Center
Queens College, Queen City
(Dptimists, UNCC, Mooresville
Jr. High, Charlotte Jewish
Catholic Church, Pritchard
Memorial Baptist Church and
a private showing for Mayor
School Board has passed a
unanimous resolution declar
ing a Holocaust Awareness
Week. This is part of a move
to establish a permanent
Holocaust curriculum in the
The members of the Com
mission are still seeking the
names of survivors, children of
survivors, liberators and any
memorabilia connected with
the Holocaust. Please call the
Federation offices at 372-4688.
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Resolutions on the Holocaust
WHEREAS, knowledge of the heritage and straggles of all
of our citizens is essential to a better understanding of events
and issues that affect them and thereby impact on all of our
WHEREAS, we believe that all individuals, regardless of
their abilities, past experiences, race, social or economic status,
have the right to enjoy the widest share of freedom compatible
with the equal freedoms of other people; and
WHEREAS, we believe that all individuals should be given
the opportunity to develop to the greatest possible extent their
capacities for happy, useful, successful lives; and
WHEREAS, this school system has a long history of pro
viding for its students information about difficult historical
events and of designing and utilizing materials to heighten stu
dent awareness of the consequences of racism and abuse of
power and the abuse of religious and human rights; and
WHEREAS, such studies aUow students to look at the role
of the individual in a complex society, to increase their interper
sonal understanding, to become more receptive to different
ideas and perspectives, to reason intelligratly about issues of
justice and to seek to eliminate prejudice, tyranny and in
humanity through education; and
WHEREAS, by an act of Congress and a proclamation by
Governor James B. Hunt, the nation and our state are today
observing a day of remembrance of the six million Jews who
were murdered in the Holocaust; and
WHEREAS, the conmiemoration of this day intemationaUy
is a grim reminder that the battle for equality and abolishment
of bigotry is a constant one,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Charlotte-Meek-
lenburg Board of Education join in the observance of the
Holocaust, reaffirm the conmiitment to equal justice and op
portunities for all people without regard to sex, race, color,
religion, national origin, age or handicap and seek through the
educational process to improve human relations and under
standing so that atrocities such as the Holocaust wiU not hap
pen in the future.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Superintendent and
his staff be encouraged to work diligently to insure that these
commitments are carried out to their fullest.
(Approved by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education
at the meeting on April 10, 1984.)
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