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September 21, 1979 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH, NEWS

16 Friday, September 21, 1919

Lawyers Cited
by the State Bar

Serve Tetley With Dessert

kosher Tetley Tea and serve
it with traditional holiday
honey.

When family and friends
come over for Rosh
Hashana, make a pot of

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S incere wi3he3 for

a new Year,

filled

with

4eatiA, happinem

and proverity.

THE TUCHKLAPER
FAMILY

of HARRY CUSTOM CLOTHIER

Harry

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Just Woo of Coolicigo

The State Bar of Michi-
gan honored its members
who this year will complete
50 years in the practice of-
law.
Among those to be hon-
ored are: Joseph J. Beck,
Harry Bockoff, William
Bramson, Samuel Charfoos,
David Flayer, Mark Fried-
man, Ralph Goldsmith, Ben
Goode, David Hersh, Her-
bert Heuman, J. Leon Katz,
Nathan Kaufman, George
Kayes, Samuel Kovan,
Samuel Leib, Benjamin
Marcus, Nathan Milstein,
Ernest Ostrow, Joseph Os-
trow and Sylvan Rapaport.
Also Harry Rosen, Ben-
jamin Rossin, Arthur Ru-
bin, Alfred Sher, Harold
Silverston, Markus Simon,
Leonard Simons, Harry
Spector, T. George
Sternberg, Albert Summer,
Samuel Topper, Milton
Weinstein, Joseph Weiss,
Myron Winegarden and
Mathew Wolfe.

Record 600-Plus Attend Bar-Ilan
Fund Raising at Shaarey Zedek

By HEIDI PRESS
A record 660 reservations
were made for the Detroit
Friends of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity's annual dinner held
Tuesday evening at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The dinner, chaired by
Emery I. Klein and Robert
H. Naftaly, was occasion to
hear of the progress made at
Israel's religious-oriented
university by its president
Dr. Emanuel Rackman,
guest speaker.
Calling Bar-Ilan "the
university with a heart,"
Dr. Rackman enumerated
Reviewing the program presented at the annual
the variety of programs dinner of the Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan University
available at the university Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, are, from left: Phil-
and its special outreach lip Stollman, chairman of the global board of trustees
programs to help the of the university; Dr. Leon Fill, member of the global
brain-damaged and the un- board of trustees and Midwest regional chairman; Dr.
derprivileged Sephardim.
Emanuel Rackman, president of the university;
Alluding to a radio ap- Robert Naftaly, dinner co-chairman; and Emery
pearance earlier in the Klein, dinner co-chairman.
day when he was asked sources in its curriculum Opera tenor Misha Raitzin
hosir can Israelis stand which requires students to entertained with Yiddish
paying $4 a gallon for take courses in Jewish sub- and Hebrew songs. Cantor
Reappointment
gasoline, Rackman said jects.
Louis Klein of Cong. Bnai
Larry Pernick, Oakland that was the least of Is-
He thanked the Detroit Moshe sang the national
County commissioner, has rael's problems.
Jewish community for its anthems and recited
been reappointed to the Na-
He enumerated the obvi- support of the university. Hamotzi, and Rabbi A. Irv-
tional Association of Coun- ous problems: inflation, er-
Phillip Stollman, chair- ing Schnipper of Cong. Beth
ties' home rule and regional rorism, massive arming of man of the global board of Abraham Hillel Moses led
affairs steering committee. Israel's Arab neighbors, but trustees, introduced Dr. the Birkat Hamazon.
said that the major problem Rackman. . Metropolitan
* * *
facing Israel is the "the
Egypt Scholar
American Jewish commu-
Crunchy
nity and the Israeli Jewish
Seeks Aid of
Coffee Kuchen
community are beginning
Bar-Ilan Prof
1 cup all purpose flour
to lose faith in the rightness
1 cup firmly packed brown
of our cause.
RAMAT-GAN, Israel —
You
sugar
A
search for up-to-date data
"There was never a more
tsp.
baking
powder
1 1/2
on
the mental abilities of
just cause than Zionism,
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
twin children has resulted
never did our people act 1 /4 tsp. salt
in the first direct call for col-
1/2 cup vegetable shortening
more honorably — when
11/2 cups Post 40% Bran Flakes
laboration to the Bar-Ilan
Jews begin to lose faith and
1 tsp. Instant Maxwell House
University faculty from col-
confidence in that cause,
Coffee
leagues in Egypt since the
then that's a problem."
signing of the peace treaty
He said Israeli Jews are
2 cup milk
between
Israel and its
becoming "detached from
1 egg, slightly beaten
largest
Arab
neighbor.
their roots. The only way
1 /4 cup chopped pecans
Dr. Esther Goshen-
back is not by becoming doc-
OPEN MON - SAT
Combine flour, brown sugar,
tors, lawyers . . . one must baking powder, cinnamon and Gottstein, lecturer in Bar-
1 0 A.M. - 5 P.M.
Ilan's School of Education
have the sources at one's
salt in bowl. Cut in shortening
and author of studies on
until mixture is crumbly. Add
command." He said Bar-
Ilan is providing - those cereal. Measure 1/3 cup of the twins and triplets, recently
mixture; set aside. Add instant
received a request for
coffee to remaining flour mix-
specific information and
ture. Stir in milk and egg; blend
data on her field of expertise
thoroughly. Pour into greased
from Anwer Riad A Rhiem,
and floured 8- or 9-inch pie pan
of the faculty of education at
or 8- or 9-inch square pan.
Sprinkle reserved mixture on Minia, Egypt. The Egyptian
batter; then sprinkle with pe- educator pointedly wrote:
"Let us begin collaboration
cans. Bake at 350 degrees for
30 to 35 minutes, or until cake
and get rid of hatred and de-
tester inserted in center struction. Long live peace."
comes out clean. Serve warm.
Dr. Goshen-Gottstein an-
Makes 9 servings.
swered in the same vein, in-
Note: Baked kuchen may be
viting her Egyptian col-
cooled, wrapped in aluminum
league to Israel to explore
foil and frozen. Before serving,
the subject of the develop-
thaw and reheat in oven.
ment of children of multiple
births. His letter was
mailed from Egypt to IF 1 ,
Engagements
but the Bar-Ilan schc
response had to be sent via
Dr. and Mrs. Harry W. Europe as no mail was yet
Lindy of West Bloomfield being processed direct from
announce the engagement Israel to Egypt.
of their daughter, Paula
Nadine Lindy of Van- Manischweitz
couver, British Columbia,
Canada, to Joel S. Mac- for the Holiday
For almost a century,
koff, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving I. Mackoff of Van- Manischewitz has ushered
couver. Miss Lindy in festive holiday dinners.
attended Eastern Michigan
This year, serve Manis-
University and was chewitz gefilte fish for a
graduated from the Univer- Rosh Hashana appetizer.
White fish and pike, her-
sity of British Columbia
with a BS degree in nursing. ring in wine or cream sauce,
Her fiance earned a law de- or borscht, Manischewitz
MAX M. FISHER
Outreach Program Chairman
gree from the U of BC. An foods are produced under
October wedding is strict rabbinical supervi-
sion.
planned.

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NEW YEAR

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INFANT and MATERNITY

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