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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-29

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20 Friday, August 29, 1975

THE • DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Profile of Rachel Shazar-
Active in Zionist Affairs

JERUSALEM — Rachel
Katznel SOn-Shazar, widow
of the late President Shazar,
was laid to rest Aug. 13 on
Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.
She died Aug. 11 at the age
of S.
Mrs. Shazar was horn in
Bohruisk, White Russia, in
1888. She graduated from a
Russian Gymnasium but
then studied Hebrew lan-
guage and literature.
Under the influence of
her fellow townsman. Berl
Katznelson, she. later' joined
the then new Zionist-Social-
ist movement.
She settled in Israel in
1912. During her first few
years here she taught He-
brew at the Girl's Train-
ing Farm at Kinneret and
was a member of kibutzim
in Galilee and Judea,
where she did both cul-
tural and practical work.
In 1920 Rachel Katznel-
son married Zalman Sha-
zar. For a number of years
they were engaged in Zion-
ist work abroad. After their
return in 1924. Mrs. Shazar
was elected a member of the
Central Cultural Committee
of the Histadrut and then of
the Secretariat of the Coun-
cil of Women Workers.
Mrs. Shazar served re-
peatedly as emissary to
Jewish communities
abroad: in 1933 to the Pi-
oneer Women's Organiza-
tion in the U.S. and Canada:
in 1939 to Poland: in 1947 to
Germany to work with
Jewish youth in the Dis-
placed Persons camps.
In 1958 she was sent by
Mapai to Stockholm and
London as the delegate to an
international congress and
seminar of women social-
ists.
Mrs. Shazar's Hebrew
literary career began in
1918 with an article,
"Nedudei Lashon"
("From Language to Lan-
guage"), in "Ba'avoda," a
publication of the Federa-

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Beth Israel Sets Holiday Institute

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will havejts first High
Holiday Institute—Couples
Dinner 7 p.m. Wednesday at
the synagogue.

The evening will begin

w i t h di nner , fo ll owe d by a

RACHEL SHAZAR

tion of Agricultural Work-
ers.
In 1958 the Israel Prize,
awarded on the 10th anni-
versary of the state's inde-
pendence, went to 'Ali's.
Shazar for her cultural
work. She was also awarded
the Hayi ► Greenherg Liter-
ary Prize, conferred by .t he
Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion in the U.S. and Canada.
Her last book, "Al Admat
Ha-Ivrit'' (On the Soil of He-
brew), published in 196(1,
contains critical appraisals
of a numher of important
Hebrew writers, as well as
shorter notes and impres-
sions.

program. Discussing the
theme of the holidays will
he Rabbi Judah Fish who
will deal with the religious
implications of the Days of
A we: Ron Silverman, w h o
teaches psychology at the
University of Michigan, will
interpret the psychological

Flint Names
Transit Chief

Kenneth NI. Green, a
Flint Public Schools admin-
istrator, was recently
elected hoard chairman of
the city's bus system.

Green, director of pupil
personnel services, will head
the Mass Transportation
Authority for the next year.

affect of sin and repentance:
and Eli Lahiner, a philoso-
phy teacher from .Mutt
c um ill Un i ty c o l l ege , w h o
will explore the philosophi-
cal implications of sin.
Leonard INleizlish of Mott
Community College will in-
troduce the program and
themes. There is a per cou-
ple charge for dinner. For
reservations. call Shirley
Gaynor. 2:14-1051, or the
sy nagogue office,
7:32-6310.

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Tuesday — Bnai Brith
Men's meeting-, S p.m., How-
ard Johnson's East: Keren
Or meeting.
Thursday—Jewish War
Veterans Ladies' Auxiliary
board meeting, S p.m.:
Cong. Beth Israel hoard
meeting, p.m.. synagogue.

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for the new year.

4,000 Workers Continue Strike
Closing Israel Discount Bank

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Bank of Israel and the Asso-
ciation of Banks have intro-
duced measures to minimize
the difficulties caused by
the continuing strike which
has shut down all branches
of Israel Discount Bank.
Meanwhile, the hank's
management, in an adver-
tisement last Sunday, ap-
pealed to the 4,000 striking
employes to return to work
and settle their differences
through negotiations' since
the only victim of the walk-
out is the public. Officials
said temporary alternative
means are being worked out
with other banks.
Officials of Israeli banks
in New York denied that the
strike has any impact on
their operations.
Aaron Kahana, execu-
tive vice-president of Is-
rael Discount Bank, Ltd.,
which has two offices in
midtown Manhattan,
stressed that the Israeli la-
bor dispute is purely a lo-
cal matter having to do
with the objections of the
workers to the loss of-some
former benefits under Is-
rael's new tax reform
laws.
Israeli officials warned
that Israel's banking system
may collapse if there. is no
solution to the strike which
has forced the closing of the
bank's 150 branches
through which 20 percent of
Israelis do their banking
transactions.
Not only is there no solu-
tion in sight but workers in
other banks are threatening
to join the strike. Mean-
while, the non-striking hank
workers are supporting the
strikers hy refusing to ac-
cept Discount Bank checks
for payment. Many mer-
chants also are refusing to
accept such checks.

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Meanwhile, the strike of
Israel's salaried engineers
neared its second weekend
with no negotiations and no
efforts for talks. With the
start of the new school year
only 10 days away, con-
struction of new classrooms
was stalled. New turbines in
power stations remained
uninstalled. Many other
public works were sus-
pended.

Pittsburgh Prints
Guide to Services

PITTSBURGH (JTA) —
Publication of a comprehen-
sive directory and reference
guide to the broad range of
services and . agencies sup-
ported by the United Jewish
Federation of Greater Pitts-
burgh has been announced
by Jesse J. Cohen, federa-
tion president.
Cohen said it was hoped
that the directory would
serve as a continuing refer-
ence guide to be saved tind
filed for future reference so
that Pittsburgh Jewry
would have immediate in-
formation on \vhere to oh-
tain the services available
through the federation and
how to refer others to ap-
propriate agencies.

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Israel Police Aided
in Security Checks

.JERUSALEM — With
the aid of auxiliary forces,
such as military police girls,
the Havana Veterans and
civil defense men, the police
in Jerusalem have stopped
50,000 vehicles and 50,000
persons in routine security
checks since the beginning
of the year.

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3 tablespoons pine nuts
3 tablespoons raisins
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 clove garlic. crushed

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