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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Seagram's V.0.— a Holiday Favorite

The first Canadian, V.O.
by Seagram, has become a
favorite toast to the New
Year in many Jewish homes.
Seagram's V.O. has been
popular world-wide since 1857

because of its quality. Its
smoothness and lightness will
help welcome in the festive
New Year.

Plotkin to Address Israel Bond Event

Business Brief

CHILD SUCCESS SYS-
TEM, INC., offering a pro-
gram for children, was de-
veloped by two teachers,
Marlene Magda and Camille
Saunders, based on the be-
lief that parents :and chil-
dren would benefit from a
OF HARVARD ROW
child-motivation and self-im-
provement course. The three
Designers of Fine Furs
session program meets at
Complete Fur Service
Workmen finished mounting the new logo on the 7th
Tel-Twelve shopping center.
11 MILE AND LAHSER. For registration information, floor penthouse of the new NBS Financial Center at Tele-
Phone: 358-0850
call Child Success System, graph and 12 Mile Rds. in Southfield. The new building
which will be completed in the fall, will house the head-
563-7853.
quarters of NBS Financial Corp. and the main office of
NMINIIMINIMMMOMMINIMNIMMIHRIMMR11 National Bank of Southfield, a subsidiary of NBS Financial
Corp. National Bank of Royal Oak is also a subsidiary of .
NBS. The logo was designed by NBS' agency, John H.
Rosen Advertising, Inc., Southfield.

M LTER

HARVARD 'ROW

KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY, INC.

Originators of the Harvard Roast

Recognition of Religious
Rights Protects Students
Ab senteeing on New Year

Shop Early

For the

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Location in the Harvard Row Mall

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Sunday Only
Special!
Sept. 8th.

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

Some recipes I'll 'be bring-
ing you come from a great
kosher cookbook that's come
my way. It is published by
Gallia Chapter of Mizrachi
-Women in Chicago. If you're
interested in obtaining a
copy, write to Mrs. Barry
Robinson, 3018 West Devon,
Chicago, Ill. Now for one of
the recipes:

on all our
New Fall

PANT
SUITS

To eucourage you to

shop on Sunday, all
our new Fall Pant
Suits are REDUCED

20% — this one day
only! Hurry in for

this great savings

event! Sorry, no
layaways.

Master Charge
BankAmericard

OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. TIL 9

SUNDAY 12 TO 5

B URTON

GLAMOUR AND LEI IRE SPORTSWEAR

HARVARD ROW MALL

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
a troit has interceded on be-
B
half of Jewish students at
St. Wayne State University's
School of Nursing, in order
to clarify erroneous reports
that the school's classes will
begin on the first day of Rosh
Hashanah, Sept. 17.
In response to the coun-
cil's inquiry, school officials
reported that, contrary to
previous impressions, class-
es will begin on Sept. 19,
thus avoiding conflict with
religious observance of the
start of the Jewish New Year.
Confusion a n d concern
about the starting date of
classes arose because an
orientation program is sched-
uled for Sept. 17. Many

Cinnamon Snowballs

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Friday, Sept. 6, 1974-37

1 cup margarine
1 /2 cup sugar
1 /, tsp. vanilla
PA cups flour (sifted)
1 tsp. cinnamon
Cream margarine. Gradually
add sugar and beat until light
and fluffy. Blend in vanilla. Sift
together flour and cinnamon.
Add this- gradually to the
creamed mixture. Chill several
hours. Shape into 1-inch balls.
Place in ungreased cookie sheet
and bake at 350 degrees for 15
minutes.
For the topping:
1 /4 cup sugar
1 /4 tsp. cinnamon
Sprinkle the sugar-cinnamon
mixture over the cookies when
out of the oven.

students were under the im-
pression that they had to at-
tend the session as a precon-
dition to registering for class-
es.
Wayne State University of-
ficials, aware that the nurs-
ing school's orientation pro-
gram coincides with the first
day of Rosh Hashana, will
'schedule a special session for
any students unable to attend
the Sept. 17 meeting.
The scheduling problem is
the result of a crowded school
and religious calendar. Class
registration is slated to con-
clude on Sept. 16, and Sept.
19 has been earmarked as
the start of .classes. Thus
there are no diys available
in the interval for an orien-
tation program other than
those which are also the first
two days of the Jewish New
Year.
After the Jewish Commun-
ity Council inquired into the
situation, school officials re-
ported that they will make
alternate arrangements in
order to provide a special or-
ientation session during the
first full -week of classes for
those students unable to at-
tend the previously schedul-
ed session.
As a result of this experi-
ence, Wayne State Univer-
sity officials have assured
the council that they will
make special effort in the
future to avoid similar calen-
dar conflicts again.

Rule for Bima

the home of Dr. a n d Mrs.
Arthur Greenberg, 4700 Lake
Harbor, Muskegon.
A recognized authority on
international relations, Dr.
Plotkin was educated at the
universities of Jerusalem and
London, and was the first
citizen of 'Israel to be • ad-
mitted to Princeton Univer-
sity's Woodrow Wilson School
of Public and International
Affairs. He earned his MA
and PhD degrees from
Princeton, where he taught
in the department of politics.
Dr. Plotkin is a member of
the American Society of In-
ternational Law. For infor-
mation and reservations; call
Dr. or Mrs. Greenberg, 798-

It is necessary, religiously,
to have a special reading
platform (•ima) from which
the Torah is read. Some claim
that this platform is rem-
iniscent of Mount Sinai. The
occasion of reading the Torah
in the synagogue should be
like re-experiencing the his-
toric revelation at Sinai. The 3655.
words of the Torah are sup-
posed to be relevant and
directly addressed to Jews of
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Otherwise, while the Torah
is out of the ark and in the
synagogue all the congre-
gants would be obligated to
stand. Yet, many sit during
the Torah reading and at
least in between the portions Musical Entertainment
of the Torah reading. This is
_
Big Bands or
allowable only because the
Torah is in a special location
Small Combos
on an elevated platform
which is regarded as "extra-
territorial" as far as the con-
gregation is concerned.

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Mr. and Mrs. Club,
City of Hope, to Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will bold a _meeting
8 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Greenspan, 29199 - Wellington,
Chopped Herring
Southfield. Clara Silber, pres-
By NORMA BARACH
ident, will discuss plans for
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
fund raising. A social hour
Every once in a while, will follow.
someone requests an old fa
vorite. Here is a traditional
"litvak"- appetizer according
Put your
to a recipe from my mother.
money where

2 medium schmaltz herrings
(boned)
2 hard boiled eggs
2 medium onions
1 medium sized apple (peeled and
cored)
11/4 cups bread crumbs
2 tbsps. vinegar
Soak herring in water about
three hours. Peel off skin. Grind
or chop the herring, eggs, onions
and Apple. Add bread crumbs and
vinegar. Mix' well.

Dr. •Arieh L. Plotkin, noted
lecturer, author, analyst of
Middle Eastern affairs, and a
former officer of the Israel
Defense Forces, will be guest
speaker at a parlor meeting,
on behalf of the state of
Israel's 26th anniversary cele-
bration, 8 p.m. Sept. 22, in

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