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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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TH E -DETROIT

NEWS

Eisenberg Earned Admiration
for Campaign, Hospital Roles

Sol Eisenberg leaves
many legacies. He was ad-
mired as the "Leader of

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Leaders" because his major
attainment was the inspira-
tion he evidenced in prepar-
ing and encouraging heads
of local movements. He was
the enthusiast who chaired
one of the most successful
Allied Jewish Campaigns.
As president of Sinai Hospi-
tal he encouraged the ex-
pansions that made it one of
the great health agencies in
the land.
More than that: he was a
lover of Zion, and with deep
respect for his heritage, for
family traditions, he also
paid due respect to the
"pushke"; his Jewish Na-
tional Fund Blue and White
Box needed earliest clear-
ance because it established
a record, for more than 20
years, of being the most luc-
rative in Michigan.
Tributes in the scores,
from many communities,
locally and on a national
scale, paid honor to Mr.
Eisenberg's memory. Max
M. Fisher shared with

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tion Board of Governors. He
served on the boards of the
Jewish Home for Aged and
the Detroit Service Group.
Recipient of the Louis
Marshall Award from the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, Mr. Eisenberg was a
charter member of Keidan
Lodge, Bnai Brith, and
president of Standard Club
in 1972-1973. He was a
member of Franklin Hills
Country Club and a founder
SOL EISENBERG
of Maryglade College in
United Jewish Appeal lead- Memphis.
ers appreciation for the de-
Mr. Eisenberg was
votion he had shown to the proclaimed as a Maryg-
cause of Israel's redemption lade Founder by the
and the settlement of home- P.I.M.E. Missionaries of
less in the reborn Jewish Saints Peter and Paul. He
state.
supported local colleges
Paul Zuckerman, who and universities, includ-
commented on the asso- ing University of Detroit
ciation he had with the and Oakland University.
deceased in many causes
He received an honor
and on a deep friendly award from the United
basis for 55 years, spoke Foundation Torch Drive in
of him as "a man with a 1979.
sense of justice," who
A native Detroit, Mr.
never abused, who "al- Eisenberg founded Kenwal
ways had praise for good Products Corp. in 1947. He
deeds."
was chairman of the steel
Mr. Eisenberg died Aug. 8
service center when he died.
at age 67.
He leaves his wife, Ann;
Mr. Eisenberg, who two sons, Kenneth and Wal-
served on the Sinai board of ter; a daughter, Sue; a
trustees since 1962, was brother, Carl; two sisters,
president from 1976 to Mrs. Joseph (Sarah) Gen-
1979. He served as Cam- delman and Mrs. Sidney
paign chairman in 1965 and
(Belle) Miller; and three
1966 and was a member of grandsons.

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places are still available for
the Ecumenical Study Tour
of Israel conducted jointly
by the Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian
Studies and the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee, under
the leadership of Rev.
James R. Lyons and Mar-
jorie Shuman Saulson, from
Oct. 2 to Oct. 14.
The tour includes 11
nights in Israel, visits to
religious sites, plus special
REV. JAMES LYONS
meetings with leaders in
the fields of intergroup cation.
dialogue, culture and edu-
Cost of the tour includes
round-trip airfare from De-
troit, first-class hotels, full
Israeli breakfasts and
dinners daily, touring,
entrance fees, service
charges and Israel Depar-
ture Tax. Limited single
supplements are available
at an added fee.
For a brochure and in-
formation, call Rev. Lyons,
353-2434; or the AJCom-
mittee, 965-3353. The tour
is limited and there is a
registration fee due by Sept.
MARJORIE SAULSON
1.

'U.S. Against Settlements;
WB Jews May Remain'

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of State George
Shultz reiterated United
States oppositidn to new Is-
raeli settlements being
built on the West Bank, but
stressed that the Jews who
live there now have the
"right" to remain in Judea
and Samaria.
formation, and Jose Manuel
"I think that the principle
Pachas Castro, finance
that Jews have the right to
minister. Also at the meet-
live on the West Bank to the
ing with Shamir was Er-
nesto Magana, the son of Israelis is an important
principle and I agree," he
President Alvaro Magana.
said in an appearance on
The Salvadoran officials
NBC-TV's "Meet the Press."
said preparations are under
Shultz's comment was
way to move the embassy
made in response to a ques-
back to Jerusalem no later
tion about the State Dep-
than Sept. 15, El Salvador's
artment statement last
Independence Day. El Sal-
week that it would be "im-
vador is the second Latin
American country after practical" to dismantle the
settlements now there.
Costa Rica to return its em-
bassy to Jerusalem.
The statement followed
All
embassies
in the U.S. veto of an Arab-
Jerusalem moved to Tel
sponsored resolution in
Aviv in 1980 after the
the United Nations Secu-
Knesset adopted the
rity Council calling for
Jerusalem Law, declaring
the international com-
all of Jerusalem to be the munity not to provide Is-
capital of Israel.
rael any assistance that
Ever since Israel could be used for the set-
signed an agreement tlements.
with Lebanon last May to
In explaining the veto,
withdraw its forces from
the U.S. Ambassador,
that country Israel has
Charles Lichtenstein, said
been asking Latin it would be neither "practi-
American countries to
cal or even appropriate to
move their embassies call for the dismantling of
back to Jerusalem. Dip- the existing settlements" as
lomatic sources in the resolution urged.
Jerusalem said today
Shultz said that the U.S.
that they now have rea- position was "perfectly con-
son to believe that other sistent" with what
Latin American coun- President Reagan said in
tries would follow El Sal-
his Sept. 1 peace initiative.
vador's move.
"Insofar as the settlements
At the meeting with the on the West Bank are con-
Salvadoran officials, cerned one could foresee
Shamir said that country's them staying right where
decision was "good news they are, but the residents
and an important step, ex- of those settlements would
pressing not only friendship live under the legal jurisdic-
but also historic justice." tion of whatever legal juris-
diction resulted from the
Esteem is more engaging negotaitions," the secretary
than friendship.
said.

El Salvador to Return
Its Embassy to Jerusalem

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The embassy of El Salvador
will • return shortly to
Jerusalem from Tel Aviv,
Israel was notified last
week by Salvadoran offi-
cials visiting here.
The announcement was
made in two separate meet-
ings held by Premier
Menahem Begin and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir with Francisco Jose
Guerraro, minister of in-

Ecumenical Israel Tour
Still Has Places Available

"That is distinct from
what happened in the
Sinai," Shultz added. In the
Sinai all Jewish settle-
ments were dismantled as
part of the Egyptian-Israeli
peace agreement after
Egypt adamantly refused to
allow any of the settlements
to remain in the area it
would control.

But as for new settle-
ments, Shultz stressed the
U.S. has "stressed consis-
tently" that "the new set-
tlements on the West Bank
are not constructive, they
don't help us at all in our
search for peace in that
region."

Sea of Galilee
Marathon Set

TIBERIAS, Israel — A
total of 1,000 runners from
Israel and around the world
are expected to participate
this December in the 17th
International Sea of Galilee
Marathon. The race is open
to all amateur athletes in
possession of medical cer-
tification of their fitness to
compete in a marathon.
The marathon follows a
route around the shores of
this legendary lake starting
from Kibutz En Gev on the
lake's eastern shore.
Details of entering the
marathon — as well as
travel arrangements —
may be obtained from In-
ternational Travel Plan-
ners, 14 E. 28th St., New
York, N.Y. 10016.

Talks Planned

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir will visit Romania
next month where he is
scheduled to hold several
meetings with President
Nicolae Ceausescu.

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