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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-03-06

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JN Contents

More Mazel Toy!

JNonline.us
March 6-12, 2008
29 Adar I — 5 Adar II 5768
Vol. CXXXIII, No. 5

Every month, the JN will run an expanded number of milestone list-
ings in the Mazel Tov! section in addition to the weekly listings.

Federation to close pledge effort early.

Southfield Assaults A15

Rabbi robbed; others jostled.

Health Club Theft A16

Wallet taken at JCC; suspect nabbed.

World, Israel

Rockets Rain On Israel A20

Detroiter witnesses Gaza missile blasts.

On The Cover:

Shell Game A21

Israel shares pearls of water wisdom.

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Tefillin Wrap A37

Prayer event brings generations together.

Section B

Platinum

Perchance to Dream B14

Israeli designer lets every bride sparkle.

Section C

Arts & Entertainment

Between Holy And Profane C1

Novel ricochets from pious to paltry.

On The Cover:

Photography, Marcy J. Levinson
Page design, Deborah Schultz

The Detroit Jewish News (USPS 275-520) is published every Thursday at 29200
Northwestern Highway, #110, Southfield, Michigan. Periodical postage paid at Southfield,
Michigan, and additional mailing offices. Postmaster: send changes to: Detroit Jewish
News, 29200 Northwestern Highway, #110, Southfield, MI 48034.

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Key JN Phone Numbers:

Candlelighting
Friday, March 7,
6:12 p.m.
Shabbat Ends
Saturday, March
8, 7:14 p.m.

Switchboard:
(248) 354-6060

Candlelighting
Friday, March 14,
7:20 p.m.
Shabbat Ends
Saturday, March
15, 8:22 p.m.

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Campaign Countdown A14

Columnists
George Cantor ....A29
C7
Danny Raskin
Robert Sklar
A5
C2
Gail Zimmerman

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By Barbara Beznos, RD, LD/N

Metro

Staff Box
Al2
Synagogue List .. A40
To Do!/Calendar A25
To Do!/Crossword ..C9
Torah Portion A39
World/Israel .... A20

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Integrated Nutrition,

Section A

Ann Arbor
C2
Arts/Entertainment C1
A32
Business
A8
Front Lines
Health & Fitness . A34
Letters
A6
Marketplace
C25
C11
Mazel Toy ,
A14
Metro
C35
Obituaries
Online
A8
Opinion
A29
Spirituality
A37

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General News: (248) 351-5144
Business News: (248) 351-5148
Arts News: (248) 351-5142
Circulation: (248) 351-5174
Retail Ads: (248) 351-5151
Classified Ads: (248) 351-5100

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instead of 72 (above).

Dear
Barb, n-
derstand that
March is Na-
-
tional Nutrition
Month. What
does that mean? Thanks, Margo.

A

rmver Dear Margo, Na-
tional Nutrition Month is
sponsored by the Ameri-
can Dietetic Association (ADA)
to emphasize the importance of
informed food choices and sound
eating and physical activity habits.
The ADA is the national profes-
sional organization that certifies
Registered Dietitians.

According to the Public Health
Service (PHS), the history of
professional dietitians/nutritionists
in the U.S. can be traced to the late
1800s, when the nourishment
of hospitalized patients was
supervised by local hospital
stewards. By 1902, prepa-
ration and food services
'
i!) were the responsibility
, of hospital pharmacists.
Thereafter, the impor-
, 1
t 1, ) 7 tance of nutrition and
'
dietetics grew quickly.

In 1919, driven by the
need to properly care for
World War I seamen, the
first dietetic section for
hospitals was organized by the
PHS. It wasn't until 1945, however
(again, spurred by wartime experi-
ence), that the first ADA-approved
dietetic internship was established
to foster the teaching of science-
based dietetics. National Nutrition
Month was first established in 1973
(as National Nutrition Week). The
rest, as they say, is history.

— Barbara Beznos,

Registered Dietitian

March Is National
Nutrition Month!

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