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June 30, 1978 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-30

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38 -Friday, Jug 30, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

For the Finest

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Waling and
Bar Mizva Muni

Men's Clubs

Call

WINER

And Associates

357-1010

Feinbergs Present Harman
With Rare Frost Writings

AESCULAPIAN Phar-
maceutical Association will
have its annual supper-
party 7 p.m. July 10 at the
Cranbrook Apts. club
house. There is a charge,
and paid reservations are
required by Thursday. For
information, call the
Samuel Plucers, 851-4134.

A PLO Threat

Wins Law Degree

NEW YORK — Hol-
lywood columnist Robin
Adams Sloan claims that
Omar Sharif recently
signed to film a movie in Is-
rael, but later withdrew
under pressure from the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization.

Allyn Z. Lite, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Lite of
Detroit, received a JD de-
gree with honors from Seton

Sloan wrote that the
Egyptian-born actor was
warned of "grave danger" to
himself and his family if he
accepted the role.

Let. play Solitaire

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IS YOUR FUR COAT
TOO SHORT?

Let us lengthen it to the 1978-79
length. We can match any shade of
minks or other fur from our vast
stock of skins. We will also remodel
your dated fur at off season rates.

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restyling

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Nee to Birmingham Theater
Adjacent Free parking

Charles Feinberg, center, and Mrs. Feinberg pre-
sented rare first edition Robert Frost works to Heb-
rew University President Avraham Harman at a din-
ner recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David

Holtzman.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Knesset in a prelimi-
nary vote approved a bill
postponing the elections to
the Chief Rabbinate and the
Chief Rabbinate Council for
one year. They were to have
been held next month.
The measure was sup-
ported by Likud, the Labor
Alignment and the Na-
tional Religious Party but
opposed by many other
MKs. In explaining it,
Yehuda Ben-Meir of the
NRP said the Chief Rabbi-
nate had not functioned
properly in recent years and
the election law needed
amendments which would
require more time to formu-
late.
The postponement was
initiated by Religious Af-
fairs Minister Aharon
Abu-Hatzeira who obtained
a nine-month postponement
last year when the terms of
the incumbent Chief Rabbis
expired, also on grounds
that more time was needed
to prepare for the elections.

Opponents of the delay,
led by Sephardic Chief
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef,
charged that the measure
was "undemocratic" be-
cause 140 of the 150 elec-
tors had already been

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chosen. They implied
that the postponement
was intended to salvage
the re-election prospects
of Ashkenazic Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren
who faces a strong chal-
lenge from Rabbi Shaul
Yisraeli.
Goren's supporters con-
tend that he already com-
mands a majority of the
electors.

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Over Chicken

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Chicken is a favorite dish
in Jewish households.
Sauces of all kinds seem to
go with its gentle, mild
flavor. Chef Boy-ar-dee
Spaghetti Sauce offers
limitless chicken and sauce
diphes. Here is a recipe that
combines to make an exotic
dish.
1/4 cup flour

14 tsp. salt
V 4 bit). Popper
214 lb. chicken fryer, cut up
3 tbaps. oil
1 cup rice
1 cup water
114 cups fruit cocktail
1 tsp. salt
1 can (15 ox.) Chef Boy-er-dee
Spaghetti Sauce with mush-
rooms
coconut
Combine flour, salt and
pepper; coat chicken with
flour mixture. Brown In oil In a
large skillet. Remove chicken;
pour off fat Add rice, water,
fruit cocktail, salt and
spaghetti sauce with mus-
hrooms. Arrange chicken on
top of rice and sauce, besting
chicken with sauce. Cover and
simmer 45 minutes. Garnish
with coconut. Serves 4 to 6.

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