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February 12, 1982 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-12

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46 Friday, February 12, 1982

HIAS to Present
Petluck Awards

NEW YORK — The He-
brew Immigrant Aid
Society (HIAS) is now ac-
cepting applications for the
sixth annual Ann S. Petluck
Memorial Awards, which
will be presented at the
agency's annual meeting
March 10.
Awards of $400 each will
be given to two refugees
"who have made excep-
tional progress or show out-
standing promise in reset-
tling in the United States."
Individuals (or organiza-
tions representing them)
may obtain applications for
the awards by writing to
HIAS, 200 Park Ave. S.,
New York, N.Y. 10003.

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Fresh Air Society to Have
Purim Family Weekend

The Fresh Air Society
will hold its sixth annual
Purim Family Camping
Weekend on March 5-7 at
the Butzel Conference Cen-
ter in the Maas Recreation
Area. The weekend will be
designed for families with
children through the fifth
grade.
Highlights include a spe-
cial Purim puppet show for
children, family Shabat

Midrasha Hosts Dr. Zeff
for February Forum Talk

The Midrasha's February
Forum will present Dr. Jac-
queline Zeff of the Midrasha
faculty 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Midrasha.
Dr. Zeff will speak on
"The Laughter of Jewish
Women." She was an assis-
tant professor in the
English Department at
Wayne State University.

Hilda Armin, widow of
artist Emil Armin, is seek-
ing the whereabouts of her
husband's painting, "Seder
Night."
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Dr. Zeffs lecture will fol-
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services and an evening of
international dance for the
parents. In addition, either
winter sports or spring and
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Richard Hertz of Temple
Beth El, Mrs. Armin said
that the painting was sold to
a-Jewish organization- in
Detroit, the name of which
she is unaware.
Persons with information
on the whereabouts of the
"Seder Night" painting
should contact Mrs. Aid
Kushner at the temple,
7400 Telegraph, Birming-
ham, 48010, 851-1100.

Anti-Withdrawal
Sinai Settlers
Protest Halted

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Some
50 Jewish Sinai settlers
who had been trying to dis-
rupt the dismantling of a
water pipeline in the
Kadesh Barnes settlement
were dispersed by the army
last week.
About 40 were arrested
and one man was taken
away in handcuffs. This was
the first time the army
moved against the ul-
tranationalists in Sinai who
have been trying to obstruct
Israel's withdrawal from
the area.
The pipeline being dis-
mantled is part of a central
line connecting the Kadesh
Barnes settlement with
Yamit and the southern
Gaza Strip. It supplies
water to Jewish settlements
in the northeastern Sinai.
The dismantling of the
pipeline is one of the key
moves to Israel's with-
drawal.

Egypt Army
Officers in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Egyptian Chief of Staff Lt.
Gen. Abed Rab El-Nabi
Hafez was in Israel this
week at the head of a dele-
gation of senior military
officers, for a five-day offi-
cial visit.
The Egyptian army
leader visited an air force
base, toured the production
line of the Israel-designed
Merkava tank, and visited
training bases and talked to
senior Israeli officials.

JWV Brotherhood Night
Observance Due Thursday

Department of Michigan,
Jewish War Veterans, will.
conduct its annual Brother-
hood Night 8 p.m. Thursday
at the JWV Memorial
Home.
The event is part of the
nation-wide observance of
Brotherhood Week insti-
tuted in 1934 by the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Guest speakers will be
Irene Auberlin, president of
World Medical Relief, Inc.;
Margarita Sotomayor,
representative of the
P.R.O.S.A.; Martha Jean
"The Queen" Steinberg,
minister; and Nick Shar-
key, managing editor of the

Observer and Eccentric
Newspapers. "Brotherhood
1982" is the theme for the
evening.
The moderator will be
Past Department Com-
mander Norman Berkley.
Each speaker will be pre-
sented the Jewish War
Veterans Brotherhood
1982 Award.
Admission is free. Re-
freshments will be served
by the Ladies Auxiliary.

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