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January 20, 1984 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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54 Friday, January 20, 1984

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
THE DETROIT

Technion Prof. Develops
Flour for Celiac Sufferers

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the project, note that 3,000
children suffer from celiac
disease in Israel. The chief
problem that the children
must contend with is their
inability to digest wheat
protein and additional
grains. The main protein in
wheat, known as gluten, is
special because it expands
in water and gives the
dough of the bread during
the baking its sponge-like
shape, structure and tex-

HAIFA — A gluten free
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patients has recently been
developed by a research
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ing and Biotechnology De-
partment at the Technion.
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the gluten free flour.
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local celiac population, re-
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Hebrew Benevolent Society

For the election of the Board of Directors will take
place on Thursday evening, January 26, 1984, at
8:30 P.M., at their building, 26640 Greenfield
Road, Oak Park, Michigan.

The following names have been placed in nomina-
tion:

Edward Miller
Solomon G. Miller
Herbert Mitnick
Emanuel Mittelman
Milton Oleinick
Jack Pelt
Harry Portner
Samuel S. Portner
Seymour Rabinowitz
Seymour R. Ribiat
Melville J. Richman
Allan Rosenberg
Robert A. Schwartz
Abraham Selesny
Abraham J. Shapiro
Howard B. Sherizen
I. William Sherr
Morse Shiffman
Samuel J. Shoenig
David Silver
Harry L. Silverman
Isadore Silverman
A.M. Silverstein
Charles R. Snow
Melvin S. Stein
Phillip Stollman
David S. Tanzman
Louis P. Topor
William V. Valensky
Ben Weisman
Lincoln Welton
Nathan Wolok
Sanford L. Wolok

Hillel L. Abrams
Leonard Antel
Isadore Averbuch
George Bass
Norman Blake
Sam Braverman
Samuel Brezner
Meyer I. Cooper
Alan H. Dorfman
Morris Dorn
Jerome G. Friedman
Loe B. Furst
Herman J. Gorman
Ben Grant
Eric Greenbaum
Ernest E. Greenfield
Samuel P. Havis
David Hermelin
Earl R. Jacobs
Paul Jacobs
Herbert W. Kaufman
Samuel A. Kayne
Jerome W. Kelman
Nathan Kelman
Joseph M. Korman
Harry Laker
Irving Laker
Philip Langwald
Joseph Lee
Louis Levine
William I. Liberson
Judge Joseph J. Pernick
Myron L. Milgrom

Other nominations can be made in the form of a
petition by 30 members in good standing, and
presented to the President at least three days
before the meeting.

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