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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-06

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Friday, lune 6, 1980 63

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$1.7 Million Is Invested
in Bonds at SZ Reception

Shown at the Shaarey Zedek Israel Bond leader-
ship reception are, front row from left, Emma
Schaver, David Holtzman, Mr. and Mrs. David Herme-
lin, guest speaker Yitzhak Rager and Rabbi Irwin
Groner. In back are honorees Joseph and Graham
Orley.

In response to a special
plea for leadership made by
Israel Bonds, Vice President
Yitzhak Rager at last
week's Cong. Shaarey.
Zedek leadership reception,
18 persons added their
names to Detroit's roster of
1980 top-level Israel Bond
subscribers. They joined 27
other Bond leaders present
who had earlier in the year
become members of Israel
Bonds' Prime Minister's
Club and Ambassador's
Society of Trustees.
The event, attended by
MEIR ROSENNE
more than 100 guests, was a
prelude to the Shaarey General Chairman David B.
Zedek tribute dinner on be- Holtzman.
half of Israel Bonds, to be
Presenting an over-
held 6:30 p.m. Wednesday view of Israel's problems,
at the synagogue. Honored Rager declared there are
at the dinner will be basically three: defense,
brothers Graham A. and energy and the economy.
Joseph H. Orley, He cited one example of
recipients-elect of Israel the nation's defense
Bonds Heritage Awards. Is- problems: "There are
raeli Ambassador to France more enemy tanks on Is-
Meir Rosenne will be the rael's borders now than
guest speaker at the dinner.
there were during all the
Rager was guest speaker wars combined."
With the return of the
at the reception, held in the
Birmingham home of David Sinai oilfields, which Israel
and Doreen Hermelin, developed, to Egypt, energy
Metro Detroit Israel Bonds supplies are now extremely
Executive Board members. costly: This year Israel will
More than $1,790,000 in Is- pay $2.5 billion for the fuel
rael Bond securities have she needs, Rager declared.
thus far been subscribed to,
The third problem, Is-
in advance of the dinner, by rael's inflationary spiral, is
Shaarey Zedek members a challenge that Israel's
and other friends of the Or- friends and the Jews of the
leys, it was announced by free world can help solve, he
Metro Detroit Israel Bonds said, through Israel Bonds.

Television Producer Amitai
Will Speak at Bonds Event

Israel Amitai, a leading
Israeli television producer,
director and writer of tele-
`on and radio public af-
__- s programs, will speak
at a leadership reception at
the Birmingham home of
1 "---,and Mrs. Paul Borman,
iehalf of State of Israel

• Wanda Kay Feldman, a
registered nurse and nurs-
ing coordinator for the
Royal Nursing Center, Mt.
Vernon Nursing Home and
the Bloomfield Hills Nurs-
ing Centers, died June 4 at
age 37.
Born in Highland Park,
Mrs. Feldman was a
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue. She was
graduated from the High-
land Park General Hospital
Nursing School.
She leaves her husband,
Dr. Jack M.; a daughter,
Stephani; her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Riley (Ethel)
Mann; a sister, Mrs. Jack
(Linda) Dunning; a brother,
Larry Mann; and a
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah E.
Mann. Services 11:30 a.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

Sheik Jaabari,
Hebron Mayor

TEL AVIV — Sheik
Mohammed Ali Jaabari,
mayor of the West Bank city
of Hebron for more than 30
years, died May 30 at age
80.

Haaretz Decries
West Bank Rule

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
indefinite postponement of
municipal elections in
Judea and Samaria,
Haaretz contends, "is an
indication of a difficult situ-
ation which did not exist
several years ago . . ." and is
the result of "13 years of Is-
raeli rule" which ' has
strengthened the Arab re-
sistance in these areas.
"The military govern-
ment has also run into an
insufferable situation in its
attempts to prevent disrup-
tions of order . ." The
"strong hand methods .. .
will most probably only
aggravate the situation."
The solution, Haaretz be-
lieves, must be sought in
political rather than police
action. "Autonomy which is
truly 'full,' could, perhaps,
achieve the desired results.
Autonomy of the type to
which the government is
still adhering, will continue
to be rejected by the Arab
leaders as in the past.
"Unless the government
changes its conceptions, the
sole alternative left to us
will be an . oppressive rule,
which aside from the moral
damage inflicted upon our-
selves, will no doubt merely
prelude the abandonment of
the areas."

Swiss Bias Poll

r

bo n ds.

The reception will be held
at 8 p.m. Monday and will
honor Suzie Walters,
Michigan Region ORT's
"Woman of the Year" and
recipient-elect of Israel
Bonds newly-created Be-
zalel Sculpture Award.
Amitai has produced
and directed more than
1,000 television programs
in the areas of public af-
fairs, the arts, culture
and education, as well as
many programs for
ethnic groups in their na-
tive tongues.
He is a former editor of

Wanda Feldman

ISRAEL AMITAI

Davar and other publica-
tions.

GENEVA (ZINS) — Some
40 percent of the Swiss pub-
lic believe that Switzer-
land's 22,000 Jews "have
too much influence in com-
merce, 'and all of them are
rich," according to a poll
taken by the Yiddish
periodical Israelitische
Wochenblatt.

ThE KAUI

Directors of Funerals

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OBITUARIES

MIRIAM H. BERGER,
85, died June 1. She leaves
nieces and nephews, includ-
ing Robert of Essexville, Ar-
thur of Flagstaff, Ariz., and
Mrs. Ruth Pfeiffer and Elsa,
both of Sedona, Ariz.

* * *

ESHER RACHEL
BRODMAN, 83, 16150
North Park Dr., Southfield,
died June 1. Survived by
two sons, Leo and David;
and two grandsons.

* * *

DORA K. BROWN, 71,
former Detroiter of Santa
Barbara, Calif., died May
28. Survived by her hus-
band, David J.; and a son,
Dr. Steven.

* * *

LYDIA DEUTSCH, 85,
died May 29. She leaves a
son, Morris; and two sisters.

* * *

SYLVIA BURNSTEIN
HIRSCHBEIN, 60, of
Dover, Del., died May 27.
She leaves her husband,
Ernest; a son, Murray; two
daughters, Debbie and
Judy; two brothers, Fred
Burnstein of Florida and
Harold Burnstein of South-
field; three sisters, Mrs. Irv-
ing (Dorothy) Rosen and
Mrs. Gordon (Ruth) Kush-
ner, both of Southfield and
Mrs. Morrie (Goldie) Rose of
Oak Park. Interment
Dover.

* * *

JOSEPH HARRY La
KRITZ, 95, 26461 Raine,
Oak Park, died May 29.
Survived by a son, Arnold
M.; two grandsons and five
great-grandchildren.

* * *

BEATRICE MEHL-
MAN, 81, 2102 Wickham,
Royal Oak, died June 2.
Survived by two sons, Mur-
ray R. of Shaker Heights,
Ohio, and Saul J.; a sister,
Mrs. Jack (Victoria)

Miriam Levine

Miriam Levine, a school-
teacher and member of
Jewish and communal
organizations, died June 3
at age 61.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Levine was a member of
Hadassah Study Group and
volunteer for the Kidney
Foundation and Meals-
on-Wheels. She taught in
the Detroit Public Schools.
She leaves two daughters,
Roberta of Mason and Diane
of San Francisco, Calif.; a
brother, Sidney Savage; and
a sister, Mrs. Sam (Ruth)
Wengrow.

Kromelow of Chicago, Ill.;
and two grandchildren.

* * *

FRANK MILGROM, 73,
15209 Northgate Blvd., Oak.
Park, died May 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ida; two
sons, Sheldon and Ira; a
brother, Sam; and one
grandchild.

* * *

a sister, Mrs. Arthur
(Molly) Meizels; and five
grandchildren. Services
9:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

* * *

JACK M. SCHWARTZ,
59, died May 30. He leaves
his wife, Maryellen; a
daughter, Cynthia; a son,
David; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry (Rose) Schwartz
of Whitmore Lake; and a
brother, Sidney.

IDA PECHERER, 90,
15988 W. 11 Mile, South-
field, died June 4. Survived
by two sons, Benjamin of
* * *
Montclair, N.J., and
LOUIS WINKLER, 65,
Samuel; a brother, Joseph
M. Kay; a sister, Sally M. 29255 Laurel Woods Dr.,
Kay; and five Southfield, died June 3.
Survived by his wife, Marie;
grandchildren.
a son, Barry J. of Roseville;
* * *
two sisters, Mrs. Morris
MARY ANN POPKIN, (Eleanor) Cooper and Mrs.
74, died June 3. She leaves Morris (Doris) Adelstein,
four nephews,'James, Philip both of Florida; and two
Lee, Dr. Thomas Lee and grandchildren.
Dr. Robeit Lee of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

WE REMEMBER

* * *

IDA L. SCHLIEN, 80,
died May 31. She leaves her
husband, Louis; two sons,
Charles Lane of Orlando,
Fla., and Dave Lane; a
brother, Louis Klavons; a
sister, Mrs. Sol (Lee) Shaye
of Miami Beach, Fla.; seven
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

* * *

ALBERT SCHULTZ,
69, died June 4. He leaves
his wife, Toby; two sons,
Richard Lipin and Donald
Lipin; two daughters, Mrs.
Darryl (Shari) Lieberman
and Mrs. Martin (Barbara)
Silverman; three brothers,
Thomas, Jack and Samuel;

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