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November 28, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, November 28, 1980

Israel Seminar for U.S. Jewish Academicians

under the auspices of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee.
Founded in 1970 to
familiarize university fa-
culty with Israel's political,
religious, social and cul-
tural life, the annual semi-

NEW YORK — The only
ongoing nationwide semi-
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demicians from American
universities begins its sec-
ond decade with next
month's departure of more
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to confront their own sense
of Jewish identity and to
encourage their participa-
tion in Jewish community
life upon their return to the
United States.
Under the direction of
Yehuda Rosenman, AJC's
Director of Jewish Com-
munal Affairs, the two-
week program, which al-
ready has sent more than
200 academicians to Israel,
departs Dec. 17.
Participants in the pro-
gram, which is co-sponsored
by the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, are nominated
by AJC chapters across the
United States. The program
is open to those who have
not previously been in Is-
rael.

BEERSHEVA — The
food and agriculture organ-
ization of the United Na-
tions has awarded Dr.-- -
Rueven Yagil, a
veterinarian-physiologist
at the Center for Health
Sciences, Ben-Gurion Uni-
versity of the Negev, a grant
to draw up a comprehensive
report on camel milk as an
economically viable means
to combat starvation and
malnutrition in arid zones
the world over.
Research by Dr. Yagil,
former veterinarian of the
IDF (Israel Defense Force)
Camel Corps, low fat milk
which lactating camels
have in abundance, points
to its use as a solution to the
malnutrition problem.
Philosophy is the science
Dr. Yagil maintains that
that considers truth.
camel milk is practically a
complete food for a human
child living in a hot, dry
region..In fact, according to
Dr. Yagil, one lactating
camel can sustain several
families for weeks at a time,
even if the camel itself is
fasting.
"If we had to sit down
and design what we
would want to give a
child living in an area
that's hot and short of
water, we would need a
food that contained a lot
of water, 'a lot of salt, little
fat and good nutritional
value." This is exactly
what the camels produce
under harsh, arid condi-
tions.

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Friday, December 5th at 7:30 p.m.

An Extensive Selection of Oriental Rugs including: Keshan, Kerman,
Chinese, Bokhara, Belouch, Kashmir, Ardebil, Hamadan, Ghoum, Heriz,
Samarkin, Anatolian, Greek Kelim, India, Tabriz, Isphahan. SPECIAL
ATTRACTION: Some Important ="Choice" Silk Rugs. Room sizes, throw
rugs, and runners. Note: All items listed in the catalogue with insurance

appraisal values.

ESTATE JEWELRY COLLECTION
Saturday, December 6th at 1 p.m.

Included in the Sale: Property of the Late Julius Hackman, Oakland
County Probate Court No. 141746, also several important pieces from the
Estate of the Late Mary Pickford Rogers and property from several estates.
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collection of rings, bracelets, brooches, pendants, earrings, stick pins,
Lavaliers, Watches, etc. SPECIAL ATTRACTION: A Private Collection of
Antique Hand Engraved Pocket Watches all in perfect condition. Note: All
items listed in the catalogue with insurance appraisal values.

Exhibition: Commencing Monday, December 1st, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily

and one hour prior to sale.

Catalogues: Available at exhibition. Oriental Rugs ($1); Jewelry ($2).
Terms: Cash, Check, American Express, Visa, Master Charge.
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RAMAT-GAN .— Aca-
demic circles in the United
States are displaying inter-
est in the free radical theory
of plant aging intensively
developed over the past two
years by a team of resear-
chers at Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity. This theory involves
biological oxidation and the
formation of vicious oxygen
species with unpaired elec-
trons, designated by scien-
tists as free radicals.
According to the Bar-Ilan
team, the theory is of inter-
est not_only in plants but in
mammals, including man.
The Bar-Ilan research
has gone into the
mechanism of the formation
of these free radicals and
modes for prevention of
their formation, and by so
doing increasing the life
span of agricultural pro-
duce, such as stored fruit,
vegetables and cut flowers.

Dr. Yagil's research has
long attracted international
attention but until now,
political considerations
have prevented him from
traveling to international
conferences on the subject
held in countries hostile to
Israel or meeting with Arab
camel experts.

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