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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-30

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14 Friday, September 30, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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IN FASHION-RIGHT
FORMALWEAR RENTALS
& SALES

Christian Arab Woman Expresses Gratitude
to Israel in $5,000 Gift to Haifa University

A Maronite Christian
Arab' living in the Detroit
area this week made a
$5,000 contribution to the
University of Haifa in Israel
in appreciation for the help
Israel has given to her rela-
tives and her people in the
Israeli-Lebanon border
region who are caught in
the Lebanese conflict.
Heidi Brancheau. owner
of Heidi's Salons in West
Bloomfield and Southfield.

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RIO DE JANEIRO
(JTA)—After eight years of
construction, the nearly 100
Jewish families in Brasilia
have a synagogue.
The area for the syna-
gogue building, which
includes a community cen-
ter, was donated by the city
government. The building
cost about $200,000.

made the announcement
saying that she wanted to do
something to thank Israel.
She said she also wanted to
thank the Jewish commu-
nity for contributing to her
business success.
A native of Lebanon, Mrs.
Brancheau said her mother
who still resides near the
Israel-Lebanon border is
alive owing to the medical
care she is receiving from
the Israelis. Three sisters, a
brother and several aunts
and uncles are still trapped
in the war torn country.

Mrs. Brancheau's dona-
tions to Jewish philanthro-
pies are not new. She has
been a donor to the Allied
Jewish Campaign and has
assisted Women's American
ORT locally.
She became interested in
fund raising for the Univer-

sity of Haifa through a work fulltime for the
AFHU. Golden has
client at one of her salons,
arranged for her to have an
Mrs. Louis Golden, whose
office and secretary. She
husband is president of the
also will devote her time to
American Friends of Haifa
University and a member of
the university's board of
governors. At the university
dorms are under construc-
tion for not only Israeli stu-
dents, but for needy Leba-
nese students as well.
Golden arranged a meet-
ing between Dr. Eleazar
Raphaeli, president of the
university, and Mrs.
Brancheau. and sub-
sequently she became a
member of the AFHU. The
two became friends and
soon the fund-raising proj-
HEIDI BRANCHEAU
ect was launched.
After visiting Israel in
fund-raising activities for
October, Mrs. Brancheau
other charities.
will quit her hairdressing
"I want to spend the rest
duties, although she will
of my life helping others to
maintain both of her beauty
keep from suffering," she
salons which will be man
said, recalling the fate of
aged by family members
her relatives in Lebanon. "I
from Lebanon who she has
want to help eliminate
sponsored here. She will
suffering. -

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WSU Hillel Will Open
Suburban Addition

Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion of Wayne State Univer-
sity will formally open its
suburban addition, 2 p.m.
Oct. 9. The public is invited.
The new Hillel house is
located in a renovated resi-
dence on the northwest cor-
ner of Church and 10 Mile
Rd. in Oak Park. •

Nathan D. Rubenstein,
WSU Hillel Foundation
board chairman, said that
the new extension was
Hillel's way of responding
to the needs of Jewish col-
lege youth who have
become a more cohesive
group in the face of the
Arab threat, the growing
problem of intermarriage
and the disturbing partici-
pation of Jewish youth in
foreign religious cults.

"The local Bnai Brith
community, along with
funding and support of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
has created this innovative
concept," Rubenstein , said.
"Recognizing the fact that
there are some 10,000-13,000
Jewish collegians within a
radius of 90 miles of Detroit
has made this expanded
program a necessity," he
added.

The program of the 1E110
extension, under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Howard Addi-
son, WSU Hillel director,
and Marcia Wagner, assist-
ant director, will include
films, meetings, and will
seek to provide a socially
congenial atmosphere.

The facility will open
Monday-Thursday, 7 p.m.-9
p.m.; Saturdays, sundown-
12 a.m. and Sunday 1 p.m.-
10 o.m. All Jewish college

youth, as well as the rest of
the Jewish community, are
invited to visit.

Hillel to Host
`Blintz Blitz'

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation on the Wayne
State Universidy campus
will start its program year
with the "Big Blintz Blitz"
today and Monday in the
Hillel Lounge, 667 Grosberg
Religious Center. Students
registering at Hillel will
receive,a coupon for a free
blintz to be served in the
organization's sukka
between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. on those days.
Hillel will have an open
house featuring refresh-
ments, music and informa-
tion for returning and new
students.
A Simhat Torah celebra-
tion, including "shul-hop-
ping," will take place 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Mishkan
Israel Nusach H'Ari, fol-
lowed by visits to area syna-
gogues and a party in the
home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Howard Addison, 2421
Gardner, Oak Park. at ltr
p.m.
The new Hillel House at
14400 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
will be unveiled 7 p.m. Oct.
7 at Shabat services. Shabat
dinner'will be served at 7:30
p.m.. followed by a dis-
cussion on "Judaism and
Changing Sex Roles." to be
led by Mildred Grossman of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee. There is a charge.
College-age persons are
invited to all of the pro-
grams. For information and
dinner reservations. call the
Hillel office. 577-3459.

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