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November 08, 1974 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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Schools Plan Fair
Wine to Speak Major Speakers at CJFWF
Workmen's Circle School
Measures to strengthen by the participation at the will have their annual b
to
Federation
assembly
of
Sylva
Zalman-
Jewish life in North America,
Judge Upholds Autopsy Law:
zaar, crafts and funfair fe
and the continuing Middle son, reknowned Soviet Jew- tival noon Nov. 17 at
Junior Division East
ish
activist,
and
Dr.
David
crisis
will
highlight
de-
No Conflict with Halakha'
Workmen's _Circle Cente
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine, liberations by •more than Weiss of Hebrew University,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—Friday Nov. 6, '1974

Judge S. James Clarkson
of the 46th District Court in
Southfield has delivered a
ruling upholding Michigan's
autopsy law, which he said
follows religious beliefs.
Judge Clarkson ' handed
down the ruling in the case
of Elizabeth Rochman who
was charged with- manslaugh-
ter in the death of Mrs. Hen-
ry - Silver, riding with her

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during an automobile acci- spiritual leader of the Bir-
dent.
minghain Temple,- will speak
Mrs. Silver's family did not to the junior division of the
grant permisSion for an au- Jewish Welfare Federation
topsy to be performed.
-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Uni-
Judge Clarkson ruled that ted Hebrew Schools main
an autopsy should have been building.
Rabbi Wine's topic is en-
performed any w ay under
Michigan law, and that it "is titled "The Future of Ameri-
nat in conflict, with the Or- can Jews': What Next?"
According to lecture series
thodox Jewish law or Hala-
chairman, E 11 e n Schmier,
kha."
Rabbi 'Wine- will forecast
He studied Israeli and Jew- trends in social, cultural and
ish law, and several materials religious Judaisin.
provided by The Jewish News
Junior division president,
before arriving at his deci- Edward Lumberg, invites
sion. —
young Jewish adults. For in-
He said an autopsy should formation, contact Mrs. Lil-
be performed when "desecra- lian Bernstein, division direc-
tion of the dead" may further tor, at the Federation office,
the rights of the accused to. WO 5-3939.
live "absent of any uncer-
tainty of whether in fact she
Kuchen
really and truly caused the
By
NORMA
BARACH
death of her friend."
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
In his ruling, Judge Clark-
A new cookbook has been
son quoted Israeli law, and published by Zion chapter
Halakha, and said, "Can it No. 127, Bnai Brith Women
not be said; that the saving of Coluinbus, Ohio. It is a
of a human life includes the good "all-around book with
exculpation of that life from traditional ,Jewish recipes
criminal prosecution where and a good variety of vegeta-
that person is charged with ble dishes. For information
the cause of death?"
on ordering the book, write
_Judge Clarkson dismissed to Zion Bnai Brith Women,
charges against the (Myer in 3141 Broadmoor Ave., Colum-
the accident because of the bus, Ohio 43209. This yeast
lack of medical proof that dough kuchen recipe from
her friend's death was caused their book is scrumtious. (I
by injuries received from the have adapted it slightly from
the original..)
accident.
5 cues unsifted flour
The police officer in charge 1 tsp. salt
cup sugar
of the case had asked for 3 % eggs
advice from superiors and 1 can sour cream
melted butter
the prosecutor's. - office- when 2 4-Hound
cakes yeast, ,dissolved in 1/2 cup
the family did not grant per-
cold water (I used 2 envelopes
dry, yeast instead.)
mission for an autopsy. - He Sour
cream
received no direction, accord- Chopped nuts
Sugar
ing to the judge, but should Cinnamon
have followed the law and Raisins
Mix first three dry ingredients
contacted the medical exam- together.
Make - hole in center.
iner's office in any event,
Combine all other ingredients.

ers from the U.S. and Canada
at the 43rd general assembly
of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds
in Chicago, Nov. 13-17.
Speakers- at the five-day
meeting announced by Ray-

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. RAYMOND EPSTEIN

mond Epstein, of Chicago,
president of the council, will
include :
Major General Aharon Ya-
riv, Israel's minister of in-
formation-, who -will give a
first-hand report on the ma-
jor developments in the Mid-

GEN. AHARON YARIV

1 stick melted margarine
1 cup nuts, chopped
raisins (optional)
Dissolve yeast in lukewarm wa-
ter. Mix well. Let bubble for five
minutes. Mix hot water and hon-
ey. Add oil, salt and eggs. Stir.
Add yeast and flours. Mix well.
,Place in refrigerator for about
six hours.
Flour a board with unbleached
flour. Divide dough into four
balls. Knead each ball in a little
of the unbleached flour. Make
sure there is flour on- the rolling
pin and board before rolling out
since the dough is sticky.
Roll each ball into a fairly thin
rectangle. Sprinkle two tbsps.
brown sugar, 54 cup aunts, some
raisins, 3/4 stick melted marga-
rine on each rectangle and roll-
like a- jelly roll.
Cut each roll Into six slices.
Place on a greased cookie sheet
fairly close together. Cover with
a clean, dry dish towel and place
in a warm place about 40 minutes
to allow to rise. Bake at 425 de-
grees for about 20 minutes or
until done. Serve warm with but-
ter.

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Sincere Thanks . . .
to all my- relatives,
friends, the Sholem
Aleichem Reading
Circle and Centennial
Bnai Brith for their
got well messages.

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Montefiore Lodge, Free
Sons of Israel, will have its
winter meeting 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the Whitehall Apts.
club house.
Prospective members are
invited. Games and refresh-
ments will follow. For infor-
mation, call Roz Neuman,
863-8486;

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Akiva Hebrew Day School
PTA will have a special pro-
gram, • "Newly Arrived Rus-
sian Jews in Our Commun-
ity," 8:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Leiderman, 24240 Morton,
Oak Park.
Mrs. Melba Winer, chair-
* * *
man of the Volunteers for the
English-Russian Tutorial
Sweet Rolls
Program at the Jewish Com- 2 tbsps. dry yeast
munity Center, will give a 1 cup lukewarm water
1 cup hot water
talk on the newcomers' ex- %
cup honey
periences. A recent Russian yi can oil
1 tsp. salt
immigrant will speak.
2 eggs
For information, call Mrs. 6 cups whole wheat -flour
1Y4 cups unbleached flour _
Rita Schreiber, 559-6210.
8 tsps. brown sugar

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Dinner will be served fro
4 to 6 p.m.
There will be a- special c
nival and grab bags for chi
dren. Items for sale includ
handicrafts, plants, book
gifts, toys, baked goods
jewelry.
For dinner reservation
call Rochelle Aronson, VE 1
3534, or the Workmen's
de office, KE 7-5440. Ticke
will be available at th doo

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Pour entire, wet mixture into
hole; this makes a stiff done'
when mixed together. Cover
tightly and place in refrigerator
overnight. May be used when de-
sired.
When removing from refrigera-
tor, let stand until pliable. Di-
vide into two balls. Roll out
inch thick on a floured board.
Spread with sour cream, a fine
coating •of white sugar and sprin-
kle cinnamon. Dot with raisins
and sprinkle with chopped nuts.
Roll like a jelly roll and place
each roll in a well-greased angel
food pan, pinching ends together.
Allow to rise again for three
more hours. Bake at 350 degrees
for 1/2 hour, or until tests done.

. . . hungry-, sick, and
homeless people are a threat
to world peace . . .—Jane
_M. Hoey ' ,

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2,500 Jewish communal lead- with an overview of the vi-
ability of Jewish tradition
and values.
Epstein will deliver the
keynote address.
The United Jewish Appeal
will hold its national big
gifts dinner, Nov. 13, at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chi-
cago. Chaired by Paul Zuck-
erman, Detroit, UJA General
Chairman, this prestigious
UJA event is being held a
month sooner than in other
years, in an effort to co-
ordinate fund-raising efforts.
'SYLVA ZALMANSON

dle East; Pinhas Sapir, cliair-
man of the Jewish Agency
in Jerusalem, responsible for
the immigration and absorp-
tion of Israel's newcomers,
who will outline the massive
human needs for 1975, a sur-
vey dramatically reinforced

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