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October 15, 1982 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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70 Friday, October 15, 1982


Balfour Fete Aids Public
Aliza Shevrin to Address
Relations, Projects in Israel Midrasha-Hadassah Event

Irving Laker, president of
the Zionist Organization of
Detroit, announced this
week that beneficiaries of
the Balfour Concert, to be
held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at
Ford Auditorium, will be
the public relations needs
and Israeli projects spon-
sored by the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
The concert will feature
Israeli vocalist Geula Gill
and violinist Daniel Phil-
Laker said the funds
raised during this campaign
help to fund over 600 young
Israelis who attend ZOA
schools on the Kfar Silver
campus, home of the Sylvia
and Alexander Hassan
Technical High School; the
Agricultural High School;
nurses training; the Mollie
Goodman Academic High.
School for American Stu-
dents; the Aviation High
School; and the junior high
In 1981, a new category of
contributors, namely Kfar
Silver Scholarship Sponsors
in the amount of $1,000
each, was created by the

Metropolitan Detroit Dis-
trict of the ZOA, and as a
result, 16 contributors
joined this new category.
Other activities that the
funds support are the
ZOA House in Tel Aviv
and Shchania, a ZOA
moshav in the Galilee.
ZOA in the United States
publishes the American
Zionist magazine. The ZOA
public affairs office in
Washington, D.C., monitors
activities in the capital,
Congress and the White
House. ZOA headquarters
in New York City serves as
a cultural and educational
center for Zionist activity
in America. ZOA pioneer-
ing in Project Energy Inde-
pendence for the U.S. con-
Locally, the ZOA spon-
sors symposia, dialogues,
debates and public affairs
programs. It combats anti-
Israel Arab propaganda on
the college campuses. Hun-
dreds of Jewish youth
attend ZOA summer pro-
grams in Israel.
For reservations, call the
Detroit District, 569-1515.

Peres Forsees Jordanian
Sovereignty Over West Bank

mon Peres, chairman of the
opposition Labor Party, has
called for a settlement of the
Palestinian problem by the
establishment of a
framework to include all of
the Palestinians living in
Jordan, the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.

According to Peres,
Jewish settlements could
remain intact within such a
framework under Jorda-
nian sovereignty. Just as
there are Arab settlements
under non-Arab adminis-
tration, so there could be
Jewish settlements under
non-Jewish sovereignty,
Peres told a group of 40 Is-
rael Bond Organization
leaders from the U.S.

Under such a plan, how-
ever, the Israeli army will
remain along the banks of
the Jordan River and the

Rich Emigres?

Haaretz correspondent in
London reports that the
Rothschild banking family
in England may follow the
example of its French
cousins and move to the
Haaretz says the English
Rothschilds fear nationali-
zation of their interests,
similar to France, if the
British Labor Party gets
into power.

territory Israel returns
must be demilitarized,
without the presence of a
hostile army, Peres said.
Peres said the Labor
Party does not renounce
Israel's historic rights to
the territory. "But if you
want to be free, if you
want to live in peace, if
you do not want to de-
stroy the Jewish majority
in Israel, you have to
compromise," he said.
But he said Israel would
never compromise over

Aliza Shevrin will ad-
dress the Midrasha - Hadas-
sah series 11 a.m. Thursday
in the LaMed Auditorium of
United Hebrew Schools.
Her presentation is entitled
"Are Jewish Families
Mrs. Shevrin was actively
involved in the Labor
Zionist Youth Movement,
Habonim. Her plans to emi-


Dr. Steinhardt Wins Isaacs
Award From the Midrasha

grate to Israel led her to
pursue a degree in pomol-
ogy (fruit growing) at Cor-
nell University. She re-
ceived BS and MA degrees
in social work from the Uni-
versity of Kansas.
Mrs. Shevrin has worked
with Selma Fraiberg at the
Child Development Project,
at the Detroit Methodist
Children's Home Society
with the Department of
Social Services. She is also a
consultant on child abuse
and neglect and affiliated
with the University of
Michigan Family and Law
Mrs. Shevrin is a trans-
lator of Yiddish books by
Isaac Bashevis Singer and
Sholem Aleichem, the latest
being Sholom Aleichem's

The lecture is preceded by
classes. There is a charge.
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117 or

UHS High School Appoints
Dr. Fishbane as Principal

Dr. Jonathan D. Fishbane
has been appointed princi-
pal of the United Hebrew
Schools' High School and
lecturer in the Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies.
He is also the coordinator of

European anti-Semitism in
the 19th and early 20th
He has been a teaching
fellow in the departments
of history and religion
and has been a lecturer in
the department of reli-
gion at U-M.
Dr. Fishbane is a member
of the American Historical
Association and the honor
societies of Phi Beta Kappa
and Phi Kappa Phi.

William Bobrin

William Bobrin, a phar-
macist, died Oct. 12 at age
A native Detroiter, Mr.
was the owner of the
Security Belt,
Fairlane Pharmacies for 45
Refugee Aid
years. He was graduated
Wayne State Univer-
sity's college of pharmacy.
JERUSALEM — The Is- the high school of Cong.
Mr. Bobrin was a member
raeli Cabinet voted Wed- Shaarey Zedek, where he of Adat Shalom Synagogue
nesday to aid Lebanon in has taught Jewish history and vice president of its
housing and protecting and literature to high school men's club, and a member of
30,000-60,000 Palestinian students since 1973.
Toastmasters Interna-
refugees in six camps in
In addition, he has had tional, Aesculapian Phar-
southern Lebanon this extensive experience with maceutical Society, An-
winter. The Cabinet also Jewish youth in Jewish thony Wayne Society, Rho
voted to establish a security camps in New Hampshire in Pi Phi, Michigan State
zone 25-30 miles into the capacity of counselor Pharmaceutical Society and
Lebanese territory north of and director of counselor- was the past chairman of
Israel's border, along the in-training programs.
the Pharmacy Division of
lines of plans presented by
Dr. Fishbane was the Allied Jewish Cam-
Israeli Defense Minister graduated from the Univer- paign.
Ariel Sharon.
He leaves his wife, Tena;
sity of Massachusetts at
Observers believe that Amherst. He pursued a son, Dr. Lawrence of
the uneven pace of graduate studies in history Cambridge, Mass.; two
Lebanese site clearing for at the University of Michi- daughters, Mrs. Janis Bob-
the Palestinians, and the gan and received his PhD rin of Ann Arbor and Linda
fear that Israel would be degree in European Intel- Gail; his mother, Mrs. Jacob
blamed for any incidents at lectual History. His (Rachel) Bobrin; a brother,
the camps this winter, led to graduate studies included Albert; and a sister, Mrs.
the Israeli decision to aid advanced research in Sam (Sydelle) Rabinowitz of
the Palestinians_
French Jewish history and Florida.

Dr. Gerald Teller, left, president of Midrasha Col-
lege of Jewish Studies; and Rose Kaye, right chair-
man of the Midrasha, present the Bernard Isaacs
Award to Dr. Milton Steinhardt, a Midrasha student,
at the recent Benard Isaacs Memorial Academic Con-

Monument Unveilings

Unveiling announcements
may be inserted by mail or by
calling The Jewish News, 17515
W. Nine Mile, Suite 865, South-
field, Mich. 48075. 424-8833. Writ-
ten announcements must he ac-
companied by the name and ad-
dress of the person making the
insertions. There Is a standing
charge of $10.00 for an unveiling
notice measuring an inch in
depth, and $15.00 for a notice two
inches deep with a black border.

The Family
of the Late


Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 24, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Syme will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late


Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 24, at Beth
El Memorial Park.
Rabbi Milton Rosen-
baum will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late


Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 17, at He-
brew Memorial Park,
Turover Section. Rabbi
Dannel Schwartz will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to

The Family
of the Late


Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 2:15 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 24, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Groner will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to


Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11:30
a.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at
Hebrew Memorial
Park. Rabbi James I.
Gordon will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late



Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 24, at Beth
Moses Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 24, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi James I. Gordon
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to

"Over 65 years of traditional service in the Jewish community with dignity and understanding."





Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
Executive Director

Alan H. Dorfman
Funeral Director & Mgr.

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