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August 05, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-05

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6 Friday, August 5, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fields' Gift Becomes a Family Affair

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Detroiters Walter 4nd
Lea Field thought they
were helping the Project
Renewal neighborhood in
Ramla with the gift of a
youth club recreation room
and furniture.
They were only half right.
The example of their
philanthropy prompted the
Fields' children and
grandchildren to surprise
the couple with the dedica-
tion of the entire Agash
Youth Club in their honor.
The dedication took place
in June, with the Fields' son
Irwin — the new chairman
of the United Israel Appeal

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gift. The Fields' daughter
and son-in-law, Harriet
and Franklin Siden, the
Sidens' son, Harold, and
Irwin's sons, Ronald and
Edward, also took part in
the gift.
The beneficiaries of the
family's generosity were
there, too: the children of
Detroit's twin Project Re-
newal neighborhood, who
once spent their after-school
hours on the street or in the
ramshackle club room that
has been transformed. The
youngsters, mostly of North
African origins, welcomed
their guests with flowers
and songs and food. Ramla's
mayor received them
warmly.
The gesture spoke of their
gratitude at having
classrooms for tutoring, an
auditorium for plays and
musical performances, a li-

WALTER FIELD
— in attendance. Also pre-
sent was one of their four
grandsons, Lawrence Si-
den, a student at Hebrew
University, whose fluent
Hebrew welcomed the
kuests to the dedication and
reception. Many Detroiters
were there.
It was truly a family

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The Six Day War

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By Walter L. Field

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And the Sinai Desert an army post!

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To Uganda's tyrant, boastful and loud;
A sick world cowered and bowed.
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LEA FIELD
the two poems mounted on
the wall outside the
classrooms. The poems are
by Walter Field:

By Walter L. Field

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brary in which to learn of
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neighborhood.
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A Profile of President Chaim Herzog

NEW YORK — Israeli
President Chaim Herzog
was born in Belfast, North-
ern Ireland, in 1918 and was
named Vivian Herzog. His
father was the chief rabbi of
Ireland.
Herzog was educated at
Cambridge University and
Sandhurst, Britain's West
Point. He was also a Mac-

cabi Irish boxing champ-
tion.
In World War II, he
fought at Arnheim, served
Gen. Bernard Montgomery
as an intelligence officer
and helped capture Hein-
rich Himmler, head of the
SS.
At 30, he was appointed
chief of Israeli military

intelligence. A lawyer by
training, he left the Is-
raeli army in 1962 as a
general, resumed his law
practice and eventually
became Israel's UN
representative (1975-
1978), a position prev-
iously occupied by his
brother-in-law, Abba
Eban.

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