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July 27, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-27

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mar campers to Stage
Detroit's Role in Establishing 'Tales of Baal Shem' Tuesday
Bar-Ilan Law S chool Saluted
Annual Dinner Set for Sept. 20

28-kfritrOWIu1f 21; 1974. °, THEMTROrrAWISH NEWS

general progress achieved by
the university in its 18-year
history and he credited the
university with having made
definite contributions to-
wards the advancement of
learning in Israel by estab-
lishing functioning ranches
in Zemach, Safed and Ash-
kelon. In this way, he said,
university courses are
brought to distant communi-
ties, to students who other-
wise would be deprived of
the opportunity to pursue a
college education.
As an indication of the
growth of the Bar-Ilan law
department, Prof. Enker
pointed out that while last
year there were 40 freshman
law students who were
selected from 100 applicants
for admission, this year's
freshman class numbers 50,
selectees from 300 applicants
for admission.
Monday's gathering of
members of Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan University was
devoted to planning for the
annual Bar-Ilan dinner to
be held Sept. 20 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Phillip Stoliman, chairman
of the Bar-Ilan administra-
tive committee, who was
greeted by Prof. Enker on
the occasion of having been
awarded an honorary doc-
torate by Bar-Ilan last
month, at the commence-
ment on the university cam-
pus in Ramat Gan, Israel,
spoke of Bar-Ilan's achieve.
ments and urged increased
support for the school. He
introduced the chairman of
the Sept. 20 dinner, Dr. Leon
Fill, who, in turn, asked for
support for the university.
Dr. Fill expressed the hope
that this year's income will
exceed previous gifts as a
tribute to the Stollman fam-
ily's pioneering efforts ofr
Bar-Ilan.
Plans for the annual
1
dinner were outlined by De-
troit's Bar-Ilan executive
director, Zvi Tomkiewicz.

Detroit's role in establish-
ing the Judge Theodore
Levin Chair in Law at Bar-
Ilan University in Israel was
credited with having spurred
the progress achieved by
that university's law school.
Speaking to Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan University, at a
reception in his honor, at the
North Park Towers Pent-
house, Monday evening, Dean
Arnold N. Enker of Bar-Ilan
Law School told of the
school's developments and
the procedures that have
been introduced in the law
department that was estab-
lished three years ago.
Prof. Enker this week
completed a two-month lec-
tureship at the University of
Michigan Law School, as a
visiting professor. Prior to
having gone on aliya to be-
come dean of the Bar-Ilan
law school, he was on the
faculty of the University of
Minnesota. Previously, he
also was a visiting profes-
sor at the Hebrew University.
He had studied at Yeshiva
and Harvard universities.
In his address here, Prof.
Enker told of research in
Jewish law being conducted
at Bar-Ilan. He described the

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Golda's Malta Visit Up in Air.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Prem- meeting. Mintoff previous13
ier Golda Meir's contemplat- issued a statement sayinf
ed visit to Valeta, Malta, in that if he were a Palestiniar
her capacity as vice-chair- he might very well be a ter
man of the Socialist Interna- rorist.
tional is now in doubt.
Labor sources here re- New Music Club
vealed that information ar-
riving from the London-based Named in Memory
Bureau of the Socialist Inter- of Morris Citrin
Formation of the Morri:
national stated that Maltese
Premier Dom Mintoff has Citrin Jewish Music Club wil
suggested that it would be be marked at a garden park'
inappropriate for Mrs. Meir luncheon, to which the con
to attend the discussion munity is invited, 1:30 p.m
planned for leaders of the Sunday at the home of MI,.
Socialist International on the Sarah Gold, 14081 Winches
Middle East conflict during ter, Oak Park.
Chairman Walter Litt sail
t h e scheduled meeting in
Malta at the beginning of the club has been named it
November.
memory of Mr. Citrin, leap
Mintoff was not against her of the former Jewish Foi .
presence but he claimed that Chorus.
she should not take part in
the Middle East discussion
YOUR CANDID CO' 1 R
because of lack of balance:
Arabs have no representation
in this body.
It was also learned that
WILL BE
most delegates at the London
"Tales of the Baal Shem" will be presented by the Bureau of the International
Modell Marionette Village, '7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the, have rejected the Maltese
Jewish Center. Responsible for the show are campers premier's argument.
However, it was hinted
and staff of a special camping unit at Camp Tamarack in
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
Ortonville where boys and girls work extensively with pup- here that the question of Mrs.
peteering, including scenery-making and costuming as well Meir's participation in the
as the actual manipulation of the puppet/characters. The Maltese consultation depends
show, based upon the stories about the Hasidic Baal Shem, on the participation of other
AND ASSOCIATES
is the first in a series of performances the young pupeteers premiers.
In any case, Mintoff or any
will give around Michigan as they and camp staff tour the
KE 1-8196
state in a Camp Tamarack bus. The Modell Marionette other host of a meeting can-
LET ME SHOW YOU A NEW
DINEMSION IN PHOTOGRAPHY
Village of the Ortonville facilities of the Fresh Air Society's not intervene in the naming
Camp Tamarack is housed in the Patricia Lee Modell of representatives to t h e
Memorial Building. The puppet camping program, in its ► ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••6
fifth season, is under the supervision of Phil Mobly. The •
July 31 puppet show is open to the public without charge. •






BUJ.
. FINER

WI.NER

I Think That I Shall Never See
a Poem Lovely as 130M Trees

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(Copyright 1973 JTA, Inc.)
means more than 40 trees •
• cues . . . Fertilizers • Lawn Mowers • Summer
The Jewish National Fund for each Jewish settler.
Screen Houses. AND MUCH MORE.
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Atlanta Mayor Greets been planted in Israel, the IN•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••11
total Jewish population ag-
Detroiter Heading
gregates about 133,000,000, or
more than all the Arabs in
National Shriners
Once Again Available
Mayor Sam Massell, char- the whole chain of Arab
ter member of Atlanta's countries encircling Israel.
Bnai Brith, presented a key
There is no reason why
to the city to the newly elect- Jews and trees shouldn't be
ed president of the 5,000- added together in the Jewish
member International As- population. A Jew is a tree.
sociation of Shrine Motor Take Applebaum or Kirsch-
Corps, Detroiter Martin baum. They are trees and
Barahl, during the Shrine they are Jews.
convention in Atlanta.
Thomas Jefferson said that
Orchestras & Cocktail Combos
Barahl is a 25-year mem-
ber of Pisgah Lodge of Bnai the only time he felt like a
of all sizes for all occasions
despot was when someone
Brith.
—Including
HOUSE PARTIES!
cut down a tree. That has
Featuring
Solo
Piano
for cocktail hours.
been the Jewish attitude.
BB Council Cites
The first thing Theodor Herzl
546-7558
MARTIN KOSINS
did when he made his visit
Harry Pearson
to Palestine was to plant a
tree.
The 130,000,000 trees plant-
ed by the Jewish National
Helen Zinberg
Fund do not include the
The hair you pluck will come back to hat,
orange trees. The orange
you. Before you tweeze again. remem'-- - . this
tree, of course, has been the
Quotation from one of the foremos .s h ear
authorities on the subject of human
salvation of the Israel econ-
"Plucking out strong hairs should never be
omy.
advised." Why not? Because the long term
- penalties for continued plucking can be
When the first Jewish set-
tlements were made, there
was much talk on what to
now that Air-cooled jet
1. You may stimulate the
Stream Electrolysis is avail-
base their economy. The
growth of additional hairs
able to you. This is the first
around the one you pull
Rothschild colonies consid-
method of permanent hair
out.
ered for a time a form of
removal with everything to
2. You may cause succes-
flower culture which might
commend it. Air-cooled Jet
sive generations of hair from
Stream is faster, more com-
lead to Israel developing a
the abused follicle tp grow
coarser, longer, darker.
fortable,
C. a uc,.
_
Ilkai
ifeeaitnexP8rt_Miness in per-
president of Rabbi Zager- orange exports have brought
Louis Stone Lodge, has been in the most dollars. But now
ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
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second two-year term as a money to the country. Tour-
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Open
member of the District ism is also a kind of vita-
8221 Curtis
Grand Lodge 6 board of gov-
min — Vitamin See.
ernors from this area.

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