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November 11, 1983 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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50 Friday, November 11, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith International President Kraft
to Address Annual Awards Dinner Here

Gerald Kraft, president of Kraft is a member of the
Bnai Brith International board of the Council of
will be featured as the Jewish Federations and
keynote speaker at the Bnai the board of overseers of
Brith Great American Tra- the Jewish Theological
ditions Award Dinner at Seminary of America. He
6:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at the is a past vice president of
Westin Hotel.
the Indianapolis Jewish
A spokesman for the Welfare Federation and
youth programs of Bnai was the 1982 chairman of
Brith, Kraft is a product of the Indianapolis United
those programs, having Jewish Appeal Cam-
grown up in the family of paign. He also sat on the
Bnai Brith beginning in boards of the Greater
1945 as a - member of In- United Way of In-
dianapolis Chapter 520 of dianapolis and is a
AZA.
member of the Indiana
Kraft received the BBYO Region of the National
Gold Key Award, was Conference of Christians
named a delegate to the and Jews.
White House Conference on
Kraft will present Roger
Children and Youth and has B. Smith, chairman of the
served as a member of the board and chief executive
Indiana Governor's Youth officer of General Motors,
Council.
with the Bnai Brith Great
In addition to his ac- American Traditions
tivities with Bnai Brith, Award. This award is pre-

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Rubinstein's Jerusalem Burial

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willed that he be buried in
Jerusalem. Why did this not
come to pass?
The Hebrew daily
Haaretz says that during
his last visit to Israel
Rubinstein told friends that
he wished to be buried on a
mountaintop in Jerusalem.
He was advised that the
custom in Israel is not to
make interment of the dead
outside of cemeteries.
An official of the Jewish
National Fund disclosed
that he had offered a
gravesite to the artist on the
Mount of Olives and that Is-
rael would regard his burial
there as a great honor.
Rubinstein declined.
For whatever reasons,
according to Haaretz,
Rubinstein did not want
to be buried in a Jewish
cemetery. He sub-
sequently changed his
will and requested cre-
mation and the scattering
of his ashes over the hills
of Jerusalem.
He was in fact cremated,
but his ashes were never
scattered over the hills of
Jerusalem because that
would violate Jewish reli-
gious law, according to
Haaretz.

Flocking to Egypt

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Ac-
cording to the newspaper
Yediot Ahronot, "If Egypt
does not want trade rela-
tions with us (Israel), so be
it. If they are not interested
in tourism ties and full dip-
lomatic relations, so be it.
"But when Israelis ignore
all this and flock en masse
to Egyptian cities and re-
sorts — that is a farce."

Anai Brith ActivitieA

REY-UT UNIT will have brunch will be served. For
an art exhibit and auction 9 information, call Lydia
p.m. Nov. 19 at the Gallery Bassin, 255-7848.
Art Center, Lathrup Vil-
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lage. A wine and cheese
HUNTINGTON WOODS
preview will begin at 8. Pro- CHAPTER will hold its
ceeds from the event will go annual square dance 8 p.m.
to Bnai Brith youth serving Saturday at the Lazy J
agencies. Admission is nom- Ranch. Friends and guests
inal. For details, call An- are welcome. For reserva-
nette Bergasse, 967-1109.
tions, call Diana Katz,
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967-0548. There is a charge
LOUIS MARSHALL which includes dinner. A
CHAPTER, will celebrate professional caller will be
its 43rd anniversary at a on hand to direct the danc-
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at ing. An open board meeting
the Zionist Cultural Center. will be held 7:30 p.m. Mon-
The program will focus on day in the home of Ina Sky,
Yiddish humor. Refresh- 8540 Lincoln, Huntington
ments will be served. Woods. For details, call Mrs.
President Molly Shapiro Sky, 399-1717.
and Program Chairman Ei-
"These you may eat of all
leen Israel invite guests.
Past presidents will be hon- that are in the waters:
ored at a special whatsoever has fins and
scales may you eat; and
candlelighting ceremony.
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whatsoever has no fins or
GALILEE CHAPTER scales you may not eat — it
will have a potluck dinner is unclean to you."
—Deuteronomy 14:9-10
and gift boutique 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Laurel
Woods Apts. club house. For
reservations, call Paula
Slomovitz, 557-1297; or
Linda Rosenberg, 559-6706.

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BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER
will meet 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Frita Roth Drapkin,
author of "A Mama Is a Citi-
zen," will speak on her
latest book "A Tanta Is Not
a Madame." Guests are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served. For information,
call Lillian Bussell Nac-
mani, 559-6225.
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TZEDAKAH CHAP-
TER FOR WORKING
WOMEN will meet 11 a.m.
Sunday at the Kingsley Inn.
Jeannie Weiner will speak
on her recent trip to the
USSR. Her topic will be "Di-
rect from Russia." There is a
charge for tickets, and

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