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Works of 2 Israelis to Be Shown

"The Akedah," a series of
seven serigraphs by Israeli
artist Shrage Weil, based on
the story of Abraham's
preparation to sacrifice
Isaac, is on view through
April 26 at the Little Pleas-
ures Gallery, Flint. Gallery
hours are Monday through
Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 n.m.
He has been commissiored
to do murals and reliefs for
the Knesset, the president's
home in Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv
Hilton Hotel, Wolfson House
at Weizmann Institute, Is-
raeli Pavilion at Expo 67 in
Montreal and the ceiling on
the President's Lounge at

Flint
News

AAUW Unit

Attends Seder

The Flint International In-
stitute last week hosted the
Fenton chapter of the Ameri-
can Association of University
Women at a seder at the in-
stitute.
Coordinators were Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Abramson,
Mrs. Leon Maizlish and Ann-
ette Schaefer. Mrs. Eugene
Griffel conducted the seder,
and participants were Bar-
bara Abramson, - Leslie
Schaefer and Suzanne Grif-
fel.
Food was prepared by
Mesdames Julian Feller, Eu-
gene Griffel, Gerald Leiter
and Leon Maizlish and by
Annette Schafer.
Temple Beth El teens who
helped serve were Kim
Hourvitz, Liz Warren and
Terry Winston.

Kennedy Art Center, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Born in Czechoslovakia in
1918, Weil studied at the
Prague Arts School. During
the war, he was a member
of the Hashomer Hatzair
underground movement and
in 1945 sailed in one of the
"illegal" ships to Palestine.
Detained in Cyprus, he
reached Israel in 1947 and
became a kibutz member.
He studied at the Academie
des Beaux Arts in Paris and
in 1959 received the Dizen-
goff Art Prize.
His work is in a number
of museums. The entire
Akedah series is in the per-
manent collection of the Los
Angeles County Museum, Tel
Aviv Museum, Boston Public
Library and the Israel
Museum.
Also on exhibit will be the
works of Israeli-born Rina
Rotholz, who now resides in
the United States. She
studied at Pratt Graphics
Art Center and at the Brook-
lyn Museum Art School. Her
work is in the permanent
collection of the Museum of
Modern Art in New York and
Israel Museum. The United
Nations purchased her "tulle-
graphy" design for a greet-
ing card this year. The
process, derived from the
French word for "tile," is a
process devised by the artist.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
fatherless families of Black
Jews left Israel under an
expulsion order from the in-
terior ministry which the
families had, in effect, re-
quested.
The order provided the only
legal means the government
had to provide the families
—women and children—with
airline tickets to the U.S.
The husbands left Israel
last year and their families
who stayed behind at Dimona
in the Negev suffered hard-
ships and asked Israeli au-
thorities to help them get
home.
Police said that the re-
maining Black Jews would
probably leave the country
shortly.
The group, which origin-
ated in Chicago and once
numbered over 100, came to
Israel during the past two
years with the stated inten-
tion of settling permanently.
Though they claimed to be
Jews, the interior ministry
denied them immigrant stat-
us. The families were settled,
mainly in Dimona, but came
into conflict with local set-
tlers and among themselves.

2nd Home in Israel for Americans Advised by Isralom Builders

NEW YORK — According
to Eli Wagner, manager of
the U.S. and Canada branch
of Isralom, an international
agency established to serve
foreign buyers in the Israel
building market, more than
2,000 new apartments in all
parts of Israel will be sold to
overseas buyers during Is-
rael's silver anniversary in
1973.
During 1972, its first full
year of operation, Isralom
Israel Homes and Real Es-
tate Corp. Ltd., helped more
than 600 families from the
United States and Canada

acquire residences in Israel than $15,000,000. In all, ap-
built especially for foreign proximately 1,500 apartments
buyers. These purchases are were sold through Israel last
said to have totaled more year.

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TV Drama to Salute
Israel's Anniversary

Topol and his wife Galiah
will appear in "The Going
Up of David Lev," an or-
iginal 90-minute drama sal-
uting the 25th anniversary of
Israel, to be colorcast on
NBC television 8:30 p.m.
April 25 over Channel 5.
Filmed on location in Is-
rael at Na'an kibutz, it is
the story of David Lev,
(Brandon Cruz), who leaves
school and journeys from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem in search
of information to ease the
grief of his mother, who lost
her husband in the Six-Day
War.
Also in the cast are Mel-
April 15—Tween Bowling Pro-
gram, 2:30 p.m., vyn Douglas and Claire
Town and Country Bloom.
Lanes.
—RaMBaM Youth Hebrew U. Center
Group Meeting, 3:30
p.m., Youth Center. to Focus on Arab
16-24—Passover.
Thinking, Not Acts
17—Temple Beth El Con-
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
gregational Seder, The Mt. Scopus Research
6:30 p.m.
Center of the Hebrew Univer-
18—UJA Workers Meet- sity has marked its first an-
ing, 8 p.m. Temple niversary with the announce-
ment of a project to discover
Beth El.
19—ORT Fashion Show, "what the Arabs think rather
12:30 p.m., Temple than what they do."
The center, established a
Beth El.
—Beth Israel Board year ago by the university's
of Education Meet- Institute of Asian and Afri-
can Studies and the Harry S.
ing, 8 p.m.
Truman Research Institute,
* *
is directed by Prof. Moshe
ORT Passover lunch reser- Maoz, chairman of the Insti-
vations still are being accept- tute of Asian and African
ed by Mrs. Arnold Hartz, Studies.
reservation chairman, 232-
Dr. Yehoshaphat Harkabi,
6239. The luncheon-fashion a spokesman for the unit, told
show will be held 12:30 p.m. newsmen that the center
April 19 at Temple Beth El. would function "as a correc-
*
*
tive" to Israeli newspapers
Temple Beth El Sisterhood which, he said, display a pre-
will hold a rummage sale occupation with what the
April 29 and 30 at Temple Arab states are doing in con-
Beth El. Useable, saleable trast with the way Arab in-
articles can be dropped off tellectuals think of them-
at the temple or call Reva selves and the Arab-Israeli
Wexler, CE 2-1055, or Jan conflict.
Goldstein, 743-6818, to ar-
Dr. Harkabi, who was once
range for pick-up. At 8 p.m. director of intelligence for Is-
Thursday at the temple, the rael's defense forces, said
sisterhood study group will the center did not intend to
meet to discuss Mordecai study Arab terrorist groups.
Kaplan: "Religious Natural- He said it would be useless
ism." This will be the last for it to try to duplicate the
work of army intelligence.
meeting of this series.

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