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March 31, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-31

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Kosher. Meat Dealers Announce
Recipe Contest, Pledge Fullest
Cooperation to Rabbinic Council

Allan Cohen, president of the
Detroit Kosher Meat Dealers As-
sociation, in an announcement
made this week, supplementary
to the . statement issued by the
association jointly with the JeW-
ish Community Council relative
to a new code of practice in meat
sales in Detroit, said that his
association is planning a program
of action not only to encourage
the purchase of kosher meats but
to provide for greater economies
for the housewives.
Cohen said that his associa-
tion's members will arrange to
purchase many items in bulk,
thus assuring great savings for
the consumers.
"There will be a collective pur-
chasing plan that will be for the-
benefit of the housewife and will
prove the values of purchasing
kosher meats," Cohen said.
He also announced that a con-
test will be instituted for recipes
on less expensive cuts of meats,
with local Jewish women as
judges.
The new code of practices an-
nounced by the association, joint-
ly with the Community Council,

insures the following:

1. Signs on all meats on dis-
play will indicate the cut and
retail price. 2. A statement
showing weight, type of meat
and price will be presented to
the customer when a purchase
is delivered. 3. The establish-
ment and enforcement of rules
and regulations for proper ad-
vertising and business prac-
tices.

Allan Cohen, as president of
the association, stated this week:
"There are 43 kosher meat
dealers in Detroit, all under the
jurisdiction of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis. Of these, 38
are members of the association.
Because of the association's corn-
munal interests and because it
represents the vast majority of
kosher meat markets , in Detroit,
we have always had a standing
committee in conjunction with
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
to work out any problem which
may affect kashrut or communal
affairs."
Cohen said that the associa-
tion's seal is displayed by all the
members.

Vaad Harabonim Issues Message
on Observance of Passover Laws

In a message to Detroit
Jewry, the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis urges - families to "ob-
serve meticulously" the laws of
Passover.
The Council stressed,that the
following points should receive
special attention:
1. The search for chometz
in the homes.was to have taken
place Thursday night.
2. The fast of the • first-born
is held today.
3. No chometz should have
been eaten since 9:30 a.m. to-
day.
4. The removal and burning
of chometz was to have taken
place before 10:45 today.
,5. The term "kosher style"
on food stuff, restaurants,
clubs, etc. on Passover, or the
year 'round, is not to be con-'
strued as "strictly kosher," nor is
the term "traditional sedorim"
to be interpreted as such.
6. Matzos baked during the
year not for Passover use, are
forbidden during the festival.
7. Food products must have
an original label certified by
a rabbi or rabbinical organiza-
tion that the food is especially
Kosher for Passove
8. In case of d

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Faculty Holds Annual Sedorim; Man
rom State Hospitals
Program April 16
The House of Sh
, at 1620
in charge of preparations for

The annual get together of the
teachers of all religious schools
will take place 8 p.m. April 16
at the Bnai David Synagogue
social hall, states Bernard Pa-
nush, chairman of the Directors'
Council of the Metropolitan Re-
ligious Schools.
Walter Farber, Director of the
Bnai Moshe School, is chairman
of the committee, assisted by
Liela Borofsky and Ruth Pessel-
nick. from Adas Shalom; Irving
Ritter and Dave Levy, Beth
Aaron; Annette Bechek and Lou
Chess, Temple Emanuel; Harvey
Rice, Temple Israel; Geraldine
Levitt, Shaarey Zedek; Stanley
Lewin, Temple Beth El; Pearl
Burns, Ahavas Achim; and
Mayme Abramson, Bnai Moshe. -
The evening program will cen-
ter around the Bar Mitzvah year
of Israel and will feature speaker
Rabbi Hayim Donin on "A View
of the Israeli School System."
Donin has made an extensive
study of Israeli schools and edu-
cational facilities.
The Habonim Dance Group
will perform Israeli dances, and
community singing of the latest
Israeli Hit Parade tunes will fol-
low. A social hour with refresh-
ments will wind up the evening.
Husbands and wives of teach-
ers are invited.

ives
rabbi or the Council office, Chief
TO 5-9100.
De
a
Dealers are cautioned that it
W YORK,
arl
is prohibited to sell Chometz,
arren, Chief
he
also, to Jews and non-Jews
United States,
n-
alike.
orary Doctor
ee
from 'Yeshiva
w-
Cuban Jews to Hav
ing pre
by
Dr. S
pr
of
Passover Sumilies
the
a - r onse
Chie
Arrangements have bee
sti , a
ade by
rner-
for supplies of rnatzot an wine ston ceremon for the -
iver-
, 0,000
ssroom-
to be provide for Cuban ewry sity's
stra on buildin
as held.
during Passover, Samuel ronf-
Chief
tice W
n is the
man, Chairman of the r t h
of Justice the United
American DiVision of the orld second
member of
Jewish - Congress, announce in States to become
the honorary al
i of Yeshiva
New York.
University. In 944, the late
Arrangements were made
Harlan Fiske one was awarded
ing a recent visit to Havana
e honor-
Doctor of Laws
Sydney Einfeld, a member o
ee
e inauguration of Dr.
the executive of the World Jew-
ish Congress and president of the Be r as the second president
executive council of Austrailian of Yeshiva.
Jewry, an affiliate of the World
`Torah Pilgrimage' Will
Jewish Congress.
Another World Jewish Con- Be Presented by Local
gress affiliate, Canadian Jewish
Congress, has undertaken to ship Rabbinical Council Unit
the Passover supplies as part of
The Detroit Section of the
its overseas relief program in National Rabbinical Council of
cooperation with the Joint Dis- America will present its Torah
tribution Committee.
Tour Pilgrimages 8:30 p.m.
Cuban Jewry is presently esti- April 11 at the Beth Abraham
mated to number between 6,000 Synagogue.
nd 8,000 persons.
Dr. Walter S. Wurtzburger,
rabbi of Shaarei Shomayim
rael Shofar Blowing Synagogue and Meyer Gasner,
well known communal leader,
skim Before Sabbath both of Toronto, Ont., will dis-
It is customary to blow the cuss 'The Jewish Way, Today
ofar on Friday afternoon be- and Tomorrow!!
re the. Sabbath begin's in cities
The Cong. Beth Abraham
Israel. This tradition is men- Men's Club will host a public
ioned in the Talmud (Sukkah reception following the pro-
53-B). The original tradition gram.
was to blow six notes; three of
them were to announce to. the
community that it was time to
cease any form of labor. The
next three were blown to divide
the Holy Sabbath from 'the
"secular week." As far back as
the biblical days, and any im-
portant announcement w a s
made by the blast of the Sho-
far, and the tradition of blow-
ing the Shofar to announce the
coming of the Sabbath is an-
other case of the use of Shofar
for public decrees. For a time
this custom also was practiced
in Babylonia, but was discon-
tinued there because Jews found
themselves in cities which were
predominantly settled by non-
Jews; whereas in Israel there
are predominantly Jewish cities.

Don't Forget !

Taylor, will hav •
ople at
the annual
orim tonight
and tomo •
night, Morris
Dorn, c
an of the house
commit
tated.
Dor
that the gue wil
incl
patients
om
Nor vine, Lae a and si-
lan
e patie
cared
e Hous
Shelter d
g
ntire P r, Dor
aid.
addition, he stat
there
e transients a
Seder.
will be
rom Eloise,
, 10 from La-
peer and six from Northville, and
a number of single persons who
reside in downtown hotels.
Mrs. Dorn, who is president
of Shelter Ladies' Auxiliary,

Seder meals.
s. Dorn said that Passover
fo is also being provided by
th House of Shelter for Jewish
pr ners in the House of Con
r ion and the Wayne County
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