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Events at Kol Ami

Temple Kol Ami will have
its eighth annual installation
of officers 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Independence
Green Apts. club house,
Farmington.
The religious school will
have its final meeting 12:30
p.m. Sunday at the Orchard
Lake Middle School. A picnic
hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Barton Berman will follow.

They that can give up es-
sential liberty to obtain a
little temporary safety de-
serve neither liberty nor
s afety.—B enj a min Franklin.

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Rabbi Hertz to Be
Honored by U-D

Boris Smolar's

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz of
Temple Beth El will receive
the University of Detroit's
honorary alumnus award for
1974 at a banquet Saturday
at the university. Tht award
is presented annually to in-
dividuals "who have made
significant contributions of
service to the university."
In 1970, Rabbi Hertz was
appointed adjunct professor
of Jewish thought by Fr.
Malcolm Carron, president
of the university. Rabbi
Hertz has since taught at the
university in conjunction with
the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety.

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DOMESTIC ACTIVITIES: On the "domestic front" Wei-
ler is no less active and generous than on the front of
helping Jews overseas.
He has been chairman of the board of overseers of
the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and is honorary
chairman. He is also, a member of its Society of Founders.
He served as president of the Lebanon Hospital and chair-
man of its board of directors and is now honorary presi-
dent. He is a member of the board of trustees of the
Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center.
On the educational front he is a member of the Board
of Trustees of the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is also
a member of the board of directors of the American Com-
mittee of the Weizmann Institute, and a member of the
advisory board of the American Friends of the Hebrew
University; also of the advisory board of the Israel Educa-
tion Fund, His active interest spreads also into the field of
Jewish religious life. Besides being a member in at least five
congregations, he is also the chairman of the board of the
Lay Advisory Council of the New York Board of Rabbis.
His civic and philanthropic activities have, of course,
been recognized, with many honors on the part of various
religious, philanthropic, educational and other institutions.
He has been honored by Yeshiva University with a doc-
torate for humane activities. He is one of the first honorary
alumni of the Brandeis University; not to speak of the many
honors bestowed upon him by the Israel government and the
United Jewish Appeal. His latest award for his humanitarian
activities was presented to him last month by the American
Jewish Committee.
Concern for Jews all over the world has taken him on
missions to various countries, other than Israel. Among
them was the Soviet Union where he found the situation
of the Jews very gloomy.

Birmingham Temple
Plans Sexuality Talk

Hot Tuna Salad

Birmingham Temple will
sponsor a talk on sexuality
8:30 p.m. Monday at the tem-
ple. Films and slides will be
shown.
Guest speaker will be W.
Noel Brown, representative
of the University of Michi-
gan's medical center. There
is an admission charge, and
the public is invited.

We are moving into the
summer season, and that
means that one's thoughts
turn to lighter meals. You
might like to try this one,
served with vegetable soup
as an appetizer and blintzes
with sour cream for dessert.

Veal With Zucchini

(Copyright 1973 American Heart
Association)
6 veal cutlets
2 egg whites, slightly beaten
• cup fine bread crumbs
1 /4 cup oil
2 cups canned tomatoes
11/2 tsps. salt
1 /4 tsps. oregano
3 medium zucchini, sliced 1/2 inch
thick
Dip the cutlets in egg white,
then in crumbs. Brown them in
oil. Pour off excess oil. add the
tomatoes, salt and oregano. Cover
tightly and simmer for 30 min-
utes. Add the zucchini, cover and
continue cooking 20 minutes.
YIELD: 6 servings.

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

cup elbow macaroni
1 /4 cup Italian salad dressing (low-
calorie optional)
1 tsp. celery salad
1 /2 tsp. dry mustard
1 /2 tsp. salt
dash pepper
1 /2 cup celery (diced)
2 soallions (diced)
1 91/4 oz. can tuna (flaked,
draineg)
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
Cook macaroni in boiling water
until tender. Drain. In a frying
pan mix Italian dressing and sea-
sonings. Heat until it boils. Now
add macaroni, tuna, celery and
scallions. Toss lightly and heat
thoroughly for a couple of min-
utes. Stir in mayonnaise and
serve at once. SERVES 4.

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We do not see faith, hope
and charity as unattainable
ideals, but we use them as
stout supports of a nation
Big Mac, arching five miles fighting the fight for freedom
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 31, 1974-21

Criterion Elects
Betty Weinberg
as President

Beth Abraham-Hillel
Hall Dedication
Scheduled Saturday

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1974, JTA Inc.)

PERSONALITY PROFILE: Jack D. Weiler, who has
reached his 70th birthday this week, is widely known
throughout the• Jewish world as one of the greatest Jewish
philanthropists of our time. It is also known In the non-
Jewish world.
Modest in character, Weiler is the embodiment of a
democratic personality. is prominent despite shunning
publicity. He is known for his good deeds for every worth-
while Jewish cause. His deep interest in the welfare of
Jewry knows no limit. His philosophy is: "Once you have
reached your own personal goals, the greatest satisfaction
you can have is to work to help others."
Only the weak man be-
He lives up to this philosophy by constantly asking him-
lieves in luck — the strong self: What more can I do to help meet the increasing needs
man believes in cause and of our Jewish people? . . . What more can I do for the
effect.
United Jewish Appeal and the Joint Distribution Commit-

tee? . . . What more can I do for Israel? . . . What more
can I do for Jewish needs in this country?
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He is not only one of the great contributors to Jewish
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL
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we

. Betty Weinberg has been
elected president of Criterion
Club for single adults for
the second time. She suc-
ceeds Ruth Traison, who as-
sumes the post of club coun-
selor. Also chosen were Bee
Diamond and Nate Rubin,
vice presidents; Gertie Neu-
berger and Pauline Bern-
stein, secretaries; Samuel
Mozes, treasurer; Eve. Lang,
historian; and Yona Radzin,
Esther Brotsky, Cecile J.
Batholomew, Sylvia Bruch
and Bertha Stein, directors.
The officers will be installed
in formal ceremonies at a
dinner-dance June 15 at
Northivood Inn. For reserva-
tions, call Miss Weinberg,
559-5175.

Our ancestors are very
good kind of folks; but they
are the last people I should
choose to have a visiting ac-
quaintaince with. — Richard
Brinsley Sheridan.

A special Sabbath service
in honor of the dedication of
Nusbaum Hall of Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel will be held
9 a.m. Saturday at the syna-
gogue.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
and Cantor Shabtai Acker-
man will officiate. The syna-
gogue choir, led by Associate
Cantor Israel Fuchs, will
participate. A kidush and re-
ception will follow services.
The late Abe Nusbaum was
a president of the congrega-
tion and helped foster re-
ligious Zionism and Miz-
rachi. He was a founder of
the Bar-Ilan University in
Israel.
Joe Fetter, a son-in-law,
helped make possible the
construction of the syna-
gogue, and the Nusbaum
family continues to be active
in the synagogue.

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