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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-08

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62 Friday, February 8, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign Workers Planning Meetings, Phone-A-Thon

Sociologist B.Z. Sobel,
dean of the faculty of social
sciences at Haifa Univer-
sity, will speak at the last in
a series of parlor meetings
to benefit the 1980 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund.
The Wednesday meeting,
for contributors of $2,500
and more, will begin at 8
p.m. at the Farmington
Hills home of Irving R.
Seligman, general chair-
man with David Handle-
_man of the 1980 Campaign.
• • •

Women to Do
Israeli Shopping
The Kadima Section of

the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund Women's Division
will experience the budget-
ing problems of an Israeli
homemaker at its meeting
Thursday. The meeting be-
gins at 9:30 a.m. at the
Jewish Community Center.

con-
Participants,
tributors of $300 or more,
will assume the identity of
an Israeli woman from one
of several economic strata
and will plan a menu for the
woman's family. They will
then have the opportunity
to "shop" for food items. The
meeting room will be deco-
rated like a "Supersol," an

A number of events have been held on behalf of
the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
in recent weeks. Shown in the top photograph, at an
Industrial and Automotive Division parlor meeting,
are from left, Earl G. Grant, host Marvin H. Goldman,
Melvin Wallace, Mrs. Goldman, Philip Minkin and
guest speaker Moshe Arens. In the second photo-
graph, at a Junior Division Women's Pre-Campaign
brunch, are Louise Spector, Susan Citrin, Kenneth J.
Safran and Marcy Feldman. The bottom photograph
shows a Women's Division Kadima Section meeting
with Marilyn Katz, Bobbie Blitz, Rissa Winkelman,
Donna Maddin, Margie Federman, Sally Krugel, Sue
Marwil and Jan Hauser.

Dick Shawn Will Entertain
at Hillel Day School Benefit

Actor-comedian Dick
Shawn will headline the
entertainment at Hillel Day
School's 11th annual bene-
fit concert 8 p.m. March 23
at Ford Auditorium.
Shawn writes, choreog-
raphs, stages and directs his
own performances. He
began his career on televi-
sion and quickly graduated
to the night club circuit.
Subsequently he turned
to legitimate theater where
he starred in "The Egg,"
with Joan Hackett; "Fade
Out-Fade-In," opposite
Carol Burnett; "I'm Sol-
omon" and "A Musical Jub-
liee." He later replaced Zero
Mostel on Broadway in the
starring role in "A Funny
Thing Happened on the
Way to the Forum."
Shawn has appeared in
several motion pictures
including, "It's a Mad,
Mad, Mad, Mad World,"
_
. . .

DICK SHAWN

"Wake Me When It's
Over," "Penelope,"
"What Did You Do in the
War Daddy?" and "The
Producers."
For information about the
concert or reservations, call
the concert office, 851-2398;
or Hillel Day School, 851-
2394.
. . _

Israeli supermarket. Coffee
and Israeli snacks will be
served.
Janet Levine, the di-
vision's vice president for
education, will speak.

•1 •

Young Leadership
to Hear Rosenbaum
Aaron D. Rosenbaum, di-
rector of research for the
American Israeli Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC),
will speak at a public meet-
ing sponsored by the Detroit
area United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet,
8 p.m. Feb. 16, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The meeting is the second
in a series of three designed
to promote understanding
of current issues in the Mid-
dle East. Rosenbaum will
present the historical basis
for Israel's position.
A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan,
Rosenbaum has written
extensively on the Arab-
Israel conflict, oil, arms
and the Palestinians. He
helped prepare two
major books on the Mid-
dle East and edited a
third. He is a contribut-
ing editor of Near East
Report, and co-authored
a Near East Report spe-
cial survey, "Myths and
Facts," which has sold
more than 300,000 copies.
The meeting is being
sponsored by United Jewish
Charities through the Isi-
dore Sobeloff Community
Service Fund.
For information, call
Michael Berke at the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939.

• •
Junior Division
Phone-A-Thon

The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund Junior Division will
hold an orientation for
Phone-A-Thon workers, 10
a.m. Feb. 17, in LaMed Au-
ditorium of United Hebrew
Schools.
Guest speakers will be
Joel Gershenson and Dr.
Richard Krugel. Gershen-
son, a regional chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal's
Young Leadership Cabinet,
is a member of the boards of

the Fresh Air Society and
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments and is a member of
the executive committee of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Dr. Krugel, Detroit
area chairman for the
UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet, recently led a
seven-day mission to Is-

Isaac Goodman,
Carpenter, 101

Mark R. Hauser and
rael as part of a new lead-
ership training program Henry P. Lee are chairmen
for the Jewish Welfare of the Attorneys Section.
Federation. He is co- Edward D. Gold is co-
chairman of the Allied chairman. David K. Page
Jewish Campaign Medi- and Harry L. Silverman
cal Physicians Section chair the Professional Serv-
and a member of the ice Division.
•• •
board of the Fresh Air
Society.
Women Plan
The Junior Division's
Israel Mission
Phone-A-Thon will con-
The United Jewish Ap-
tinue through Feb. 19.
peal Young Women's Lead-
Caryl L. Scheuer is ership Cabinet is planning a
chairman of the Phone-A- mission to Israel for busi-
Thon Section.
ness and career women
• • •
March 9-19.
Attorneys Section
The mission itinerary
Luncheon Feb. 18
The Attorneys Section of will be geared to the inter-
ests
of working women and
the Campaign will hold its
will include a visit to a
annual luncheon meeting
army base, inter-
women's
Feb. 18 at Cong. Shaarey
views with women members
Zedek. The 12:15 p.m.
of the Knesset and seminars
luncheon will follow
with Israeli business and
cocktails at 11:45 a.m.
career women.
Guest speaker will be
Shalmi Barmore, director of
For information, call the
the Yad Vashem Remembr-
Women's Division at the
ance Authority in
Jewish Welfare Federation,
Jerusalem.
965-3939.

Actress Hanna Rovina Dies

ISAAC GOODMAN

Isaac J. Goodman, a mas-
ter craftsman who retired at
age 78, died Feb. 2 at age
101.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Goodman lived 75 years in
Detroit. He was a founder of
the Detroit carpenters' local
of the American Federation
of Labor.
He made many of the
hand-crafted wood mould-
ings that went into luxury
cars in the early years of De-
troit's automobile industry.
He resided at 19192 Meyers,
Detroit.
Mr. Goodman is survived
by a son, Harry; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. William (Hilda)
Nash and Mrs. Theodore
(Lillian) Gersten of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; six
grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.

William Stein,
Nobelist Dies

7 Nazis Protest
Ferndale Decision

Seven persons dressed as
Nazi stormtroopers briefly
demonstrated and distrib-
uted literature in downtown
Ferndale Saturday after-
noon before police ordered
them to leave because they
did not have city permits.
The members of the SS
DR. WILLIAM STEIN
Action Party, based in
NEW YORK — Dr.
Westland, were protesting
the U.S. Court of Appeals William H. Stein, the Roc-
order that the Ferndale kefeller University
School District desegregate biochemist who shared the
Grant Elementary in Royal 1972 Nobel Prize in chemis-
try for his studies on the
Oak Township.
A police officer said, "One chemical structure of a pan-
guy walked up to them and creatic enzyme, died Feb. 2
said, Tm Jewish. What are at age 68.
Dr. Stein was a trustee of
you going to do about it?'
Another man threatened to Montefiore Hospital and a
call up his fellow VFW member of the medical
(Veterans of Foreign Wars) advisory board of the He-
members and have them brew University-Hadassah
Medical School in Israel.
'take care of the Nazis."

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Hanna Rovina, the first
lady of the Hebrew theater,
died Feb. 2 at age 90.
Miss Rovina was one of
the founders of the Habima
Theater in Moscow in 1917
and then came to Tel Aviv
with the Habima in 1928.
She continued to be one of
its leading actors until suf-
fering a stroke last year.

Her most memorable
role was that of Lea in
"The Dybbuk," which
she created in 1923 and
continued to play until
1963.

Hanna Rovina as Lea
in the 1922 Moscow
Habima production of
"The Dybbuk."

Saratov before moving to
Moscow in 1916 to study
Born in Minsk in October
acting with Stanislaysky.
1889, she started out to be a
Miss Rovina received many
kindergarten teacher. She
honors and decorations dur-
was supervisor of an insti-
tute for refugee children in ing her long career in Israel.

Spektor, Zionist Pioneer,
an Histadrut Founder 71

,

Naim Spektor, who was
one of the founders of the
Histadrut Labor Zionist
movement, died in Tel Aviv
Wednesday. Funeral serv-
ices were held there Thurs-
day. He was 71.
Surviving are his wife,
Dvora; two sons, Ami Spek-
tor, manager of-the Detroit
office of the El Al Israel Air-
lines, and Aviva Spektor;
six grandchildren and two
brothers.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Spektor came to the

Jewish National Home in
Palestine at age 15. In his
continuous 56-year resi-
dence in Tel Aviv he was
among the pioneer Labor
Zionists who founded
Histadrut and he was
active in halutziut,
pioneering in the integra-
tion of settlers in the
Jewish homeland.
He was the organizer and
plant director of Haargaz
wooden box manufacturing
company until his recent re-
tirement.

Yona Yagol Dies, Israeli Journalist

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Yona
Yagol, the well-known
journalist and author, and
an ardent Labor Zionist
spokesman who founded in
Poland the Gordonia
movement named after
A.D. Gordon, has died here
at age 68.

A close associate of the
late Pinhas Lavon, Mr.
Yagol left Mapai when
Lavon left the Labor gov-
ernment in 1955 over
charges that he was in-
volved in an Israeli spy ring
in Egypt. But Mr. Yagol re-

turned to the Labor Party in
which he subsequently held
various key positions. He
was also the representative
of Histadrut in the Euro-
pean Trade Union Council.
After the Likud victory in
1978, Mr. Yagol wrote two
books, both controversial.
One, "The End of the
Hegemony," analyzed the
reason for Labor's defeat,
and the other, a fictional
story, dealt with the possi-
bility of a takeover of the
Temple Mount by Jewish
militants resembling the
Jewish Defense League.

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