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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-29

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Knesset Member to Air
The Politics of Israel'

The American-born Marcia
'reedman, new member of
e Knesset, will bring her
iews of Israeli politics in a
ecture at the Jewish Center
' p.m. Sunday.
' Mrs. Freedman's t a 1 k,
`Jerusalem Update: the Poli-
s of Israel," will be under
ne co-sponsorship of the
merican Jewish Committee,
merican Jewish . Congress,
Anti-Defamation League and
Michigan Association of Jew-
'lege Students, in co-
)pel....don with the Jewish
:community Council.
Mrs. Freedman, who made
tliya with her husband and
laughter five years ago,
eaches at Haifa University.

Bank of Commerce Buys Bonds

She is a founder of the femin-
ist movement in Israel and
from 1971 until recently
served as chairman of
Women for a New Society.
Her election to the KnesSet
was as a member of Shula-
mit Aloni's Citizens Rights
list. She serves on the edu-
cation and social services
committee.
A graduate of Bennington
College, the Newark-b o r n
Mrs. Freedman received a
masters degree from Brook-
lyn College, where she taught
philosophy from 1966 to 1968.
Sye finished her doctorate in
Israel.
The public is invited to her
lecture at no_charge.

The president of Haifa Uni- ham Unitarian Church.
The public is invited to
ersity, Eliezer Rafaeli, will
ddress Temple Kol Ami 8:30 hear Rafaeli discuss the ef-
.m. today at the Birming- forts of the university to pro-
mote Arab - Israeli under-
standing.
The youngest university in
International Music
Israel, it has, under Rafaeli's
with
direction, instituted the Arab-
HENRY WAKNINE
Jewish Center,' one of whose
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
aims is to help Muslims,
Christians and Druze of
547-0586
55-4913
Arab origin reach the highest
educational levels.
Also under Rafaeli's guid-
FARMINGTON HILLS
ance, the university plans to
- AIR REMOVAL CENTER
build the Memorial Sports
Gentle - Effective - Permanent
Center in honor of the slain
851-9_175 for app't.
Israeli Olympians at Munich.
E.
R.
.
LOTTIE D. HALPERIN
This international project is
Farmington Square Professional Village

being sponsored by dozens
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of sports and religious lead-

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ers of all faiths.
F RE TONE
Temple Kol Ami's choir
JEWELRY
also -will present a special
Jen.fliv
&
Wholesale Diamonds
program in honor of Jewish
want:ming. Jewelry • Watch Repairing
music month. The theme will
SUITE 364 ADVANCE BLDG.
be the joy of Yiddish music.
23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile

BB Brunch Set This 'Sunday

The annual Bnai Brith
Presidents Brunch, to be
held 10 a.m. Sunday at Cong.
Beth Abraham-Hillel, under
the co-sponsorship of Jewish
National Fund, will see pres-
idents of the men's and wom-
en's councils honored, as well
as each lodge and chapter
president.
Tribute will also be paid
to the outstanding Bilai Brith
tree and tribute chairmen
At the recent Marshall Lodge and Chapter Israel Bond and workers, by the presen-
tation of special citations.
dinner-dance, over $90,000 in Israel Bonds was subscribed,
including $25;000 front the Bank of Commerce of Hamtramck. - Dr. William A. Wexler,
Bernard Schlussel and Edward Schlussel, the honorees, left,
accept the check for $25,000 from Carl Weinert, president of
the bank.

MASADA CHAPTER will
have a soup and salad mem-
bership luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mar-
cia Canton, 6144 Northfield,
West Bloomfield. Admission
is by bringing a prospective
member. Anyone interested

BB to Honor
Bowling VIP

in joining Masada Chapter
and needing a sponsor may
contact Marcia Canton, 626-

0423.

*
HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the North Park
Square Apt. club house. Jos-
eph McGinniss of the Union
Oil Co. will speak on "The
Energy Problem." Refresh-
ments will be served, and
games will follow. Guests
and prospective members are
invited.

Europe Food
Guide Printed

Harry C o h e n, executive
secretary of the National
Bnai Brith Bowling Associa-
including
There is a new kind of tion, will be honored by the
Candy Centerpieces
kosher restaurant in Europe, Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
and weary travelers are find- Brith Bowling Association
ing them a refreshing and and the Louis D. Brandeis
Personalized Party
delightful way to keep kash- Lodge April 21 at Cong. Bnai
Favors
rut. London alone has 42 of David. Emil Cohen will en-
Invitations and Party
them with fascinating names tertain at the Israel Bond
Accessories for all occasions.
like "Cranks," "Raw Deal," dinner dance.
and the "Nuthouse."
* * *
They are actually vegeta-
rian-natural food restaurants
646-6138
(kosher because no meat is
served) where the food is
........,,,^^^., always fresh and cooking re-
flects the local cuisine.
The restaurants vary wide-
ly from simple salad bars
with assortments of vegetable
and sprout salads, bean-nut
OP
casseroles, and whole grain
breads washed down with a
carrot juice cocktail or apple
cider, to elegant bistros serv-
ing elaborate whole food ban-
Proper Care
quets in wood paneled sur-
roundings.
, • Custom Cleaning
Howard Simkowitz, a vege-
t a r i a n and transportation
SEE
planner, recently spent sev-
eral months abroad sam-
pling the fare in 14 Euro-
pean countries and '75 cities.
Michael C o m a y, former
His book, "The Natural Food
10612 W. 9 Mile
Guide to Europe," is loaded ambassador to Great Britain
543-5700
with reviews, detailed maps and to Canada, will address
and directions to each res- the Albert Einstein Lodge
, 4503 N. Woodward
taurant, and specialized voca- and Chapter dinner-dance
S. of 14 Mile
bulary lists and phrases in honoring Mrs. Henry (Mala)
French, German, Italian and Dorfman and Sam Freed-
576-0575
man 9 p.m. Saturday. Comay
Spanish.
• Coats, Jackets, Gloves
The guide may be obtained will present the "City of
by writing Craftsbury Pub- Peace" Award to the hon-
Purses, Hats,
lishers,
Dept. 21K, Crafts- orees on behalf of the state
Dye Work & Reweaving
of Israel and Israel Bonds.
bury, Vt. 05826.

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Bnai Brith, Activities

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Party_Planning

honorary president of Bnai
Brith and chairman of the
Bnai Br1th International
Council, will speak.
For reservations, call JNF,
968-(i820. Admission will be
by the planting of two or
more trees per person.

Weintraubs

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Creative

Friday, March 29, 1974-39

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President of Haifa U. Due Here

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Envoy Comay
to Give Awards

DALLAS'—A total of 1,000
women from 22 countries
gave a standing ovation to Dr.
Estelle Ramey as she told
the delegates to - the Bnai
Brith Women International
Triennial Convention that "in
terms of Darwin, you — the
Jewish women of today—are
the strongest women in the
world . . . the strongest be-
cause you are the survivors
in the scheme of natural
selection."
"Bnai Brith Women is
made up of extremely strong
women, descended from gen-
erations of strong women who
had to survive through in-
calculable hardships." Dr.
Ramey said in her keynote
address at the opening ban-
quet at the Fairmont Hotel.
A leader in the women's
rights movement, Dr. Ramey
is professor of physiology
and biophysics at Georgetown
University Medical School
and president of the Associ-
ation of Women in Science.

Walnuts -Bring Life
to 'Song of Songs'

JERUSALEM — A verse
from "Song of Songs" is
being brought to life by the
walnuts planted on the moun-
tains here.
Huge rocks have been
strategically placed around
the reservoir and with the
newly planted grapevines and
pomegranate saplings plant-
ed, there is a visual continu-
ation of the next verse
"... to see whether the vine
budded and the pomegran-
ates were in flower."
Since the restoration of the
land began less than four
years ago, more than 200
olive trees have been brought
to "The Hill of the Menora."
The walnut saplings are
growing in the deep moist
soil of the "Dale of the Song
of Songs."

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