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September 10, 1971 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-10

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City of Hope Couples
Elect Buddy Nathanson
as Its President for '72

A meeting of Mr. and Mrs.
Group, City of Hope, will be held 8
p.m. Saturday in the home of Wal-
ter and Herma
'Cohn, 25936
Franklin Pointe,
Southfield.
Elected to
serve a new term
of office are
Buddy Nathan-
son, president;
Ruby Samson,
vice - president;
Herm a Cohn,
secretary; a n d
Sarah Fishkind,
Nathanson
treasurer.
Discussion of social and fund-
ising events will be held.

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Emphasizing that "vigilance and
preparedness" continue to be
vitally needed for Israel, Rep.
Emanuel Celler of New York, na-
tional chairman of the American
Red Mogen David for Israel, urged
greater effort for the Magen David
Adorn program and in assuring
blood pasma for Israel through
this fund.
In his statement, Congressman
Celler declared:
"The most important task Magen
David Adorn faces is the imple-
mentation of the monumental
effort to enlarge and re-equip its
Colonel Marcus Blood Center,
which is part of the overall plan
to extend and
restructure Is-
rael's national
blood services
program.
"Tremendous
effort is being
expended by
Magen David
Adorn blood ex-
perts to institute
meaningful im-
provements and
innovations gear-
ed to streamline
and modernize
the Marcus Cen-
ter's capacity to
Celler
provide the best
blood services to the 2,500,000
men, women and children of Is-
rael.
"As the only blood fractionation
plant in Israel, the Marcus Insti-
tute bears a crushing responsi-
bility. It alone can provide the

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Adom's blood services into the
world of tomorrow—a world in
which every possible utilization of
blood's precious properties must
be employed for the maximum
safety and welfare of a nation's
people.

"This effort calls for joint re-
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supporters of Ma g e n David
Adom's lifesaving programs.

"Along with this massive blood
reorganization effort, the other
and equally vital emergency-aid
programs of Magen David Adorn
must be maintained and improved
to meet the pressing needs of the
coming year. This is Magen David
Adom's arsenal of weaponry—and
like Israel's—it must be kept in
superb operative condition to cope
with any possible crisis or emer-
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4an

•••

Coohin

JERUSALEM—Law students from
17 U.S. universities have completed
a three-week credit course 'at the
Hebrew University, under the au-
spices of American University in
Washington, D.C.
Initiated last summer as an ex-
perimental program, the "Law and
Policy Institute" has been so suc-
cessful it is hoped to make it a
permanent program at Hebrew
University, with its own faculty of
three or four teachers as well as
outside lecturers.
According to the program's
initiator and director, Prof. Nicho-
las Kittrie, professor of law at
American University, the 27 stu-
dents are returning to their home
universities not only broadened in
knowledge and horizons by ac-
quaintance with another culture,
but also equipped to deal with
political and legal questions on the
Middle East situation.
The program's co - director for
Israel was Dr. Aharon Rabinowitz,
secretary of the Hebrew Univer-
sity's faculty of law.



By

Ruth

Sirkis

(Copyright
1971,
JTA, Inc.)

POTATO KNISHES

Rosh Hashana is again at our
doorstep. The beautiful holiday
period will bring lots of guests,
relatives and friends to our homes.
Preparing favorite dishes for them
is indeed a pleasant job, and I
hope you will enjoy preparing
potato knishes for family use and
entertaining. The recipe is a basic
one, and you may adapt and
change the fillings of the knishes
to your liking. You can fill them
with meat, liver or kasha. Be sure
that the fillings are fully cooked
and seasoned before you wrap
them with the dough. If you want
to make your life a little easier,
you may also use the same in-
gredients, but instead of preparing
individual knishes, make a long
"knish" that looks like a jelly-roll,
and then cut it into serving pieces.

The dough:
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1 cup margarine
1 cup water
2 tbls. vinegar
1 tsp. salt
The topping:
1 egg yolk
2 tbls. water
2 oz. sesame seed
The filling:
2 cups mashed potatoes (you may
use instant mashed potatoes)
2 tbls. dehydrated onion flakes
2 tbls. margarine
1 tsp. salt
Dash pepper

1. Prepare the dough one day in ad-
vance because it needs overnight re-
frigeration. Bring the water to a boil,
add the margarine and stir until it
melts. Remove from heat and add
the vinegar and salt. Sift the flour
into a bowl and add the water and
margarine. Stir well to blend all
ingredients. Stir for two minutes and
cover with wax paper and refrigerate.
2. Before you stari. preparing the knish-
es heat the oven to 300 degee F.
Prepare the filling. Combine the
mashed potatoes with onion, marga-
rine, salt and pepper. Mix well.
3. Divide the dough into two balls for
easier rolling. Sprinkle with flour
and roll to a thin leaf. Cut into 3-4
inch circles. On each circle put a
heaping tsp. of filling. Moisten the
edges with a drop of water, then
fold over and seal by pressing the
edges together. For better sealing,
pinch the • edges. Repeat till all the
dough is finished.
4. Dilute one egg yolk in two tbls. cold
water. Brush the top of the knishes
with this mixture. Sprinkle sesame
seeds over the wet surface. Arrange
on a baking sheet and bake for 30
minutes until the top of the knishes
is golden brown.
The yield: about 30 knishes.

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