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August 19, 1983 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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58 'friday, August 19, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISIL NEWS

Cantor Sidney

Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM

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MOHEL

Serving Homes & Hospitals

547-7970

399-7194

REB HERSHL

ROTH

Certified Mohel

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us

Aug. 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Spekman
(former Detroiter Sandy
Kraus) of Brooklyn, N.Y., a
daughter, Rachel Marlene.
* * *
Aug. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Baskin (Diane
Birnbaum) of Southfield, a
daughter, Jill Sarie.
* * *

Brownstein) of Farmington
Hills, a daughter, Sarah
Lynn.

* * *

July 20— To Dr. and Mrs.
Howard J. Donsky (former
Detroiter Paula Benderoff)
of Toronto, Ont., a daugh-
ter,, Rebecca Lee.
* * *

Aug. 3 — To former De-
troiters Dr. Sy Rabins and
Dr. Sheri Ross Rabins of
Chicago, Ill., a daughter,
Stephanie Ross Rabins.

July 16 — To former De-
troiters Mark Steffens
(a.k.a. Mark Plotnick) and
Mrs. Steffens (Janey
Prunier) of Sacramento,
Calif., a daughter, Leila Ar-
lene.

* * *

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Secretary Rogers Plan for Middle East
Seen as Foundation for Peace Solution

Births

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Aug. 1— To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Breznau (Karyn
Buzette), former Detroiters
of Ontario, Calif., a son,
Ryan Evan.
* * *
July 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Todd Greenberg
(former Detroiter Brenda
Rochelle Chayet) of Clifton,
N.J., a daughter, Carin
Jennifer.
* * *

Used Book Sale
Starts Thursday

More than 100,000 used
books will be available for
sale at the annual Brandeis
University National
Women's Committee's used
book sale beginning Thurs-
day at the Tel-12 Mall. Ad-
mission is free to the sale,
which concludes Aug. 31.
A special preview, for
which there is a charge, will
be held 9:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the mall.
Proceeds will benefit the
Brandeis University lib-
raries. Barbara Mellen and
Eleanor Roberts are book
sale chairmen.
Mall hours are 10 a.m.-9
p.m. daily and noon-5 p.m.
Sundays.

July 21 — To Mr. and
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Singles Events

*

singles activities. For in-
formation on forthcom-
ing activities, call the hot-
line, 661-4385.
To get on the CNJS mail-
ing list, write CNJS, c/o
Jewish Community Center,
6600 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield 48033.
* * *
ROSE SHERER SOC-
IALITES will have a gen-
eral meeting 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the North-
gate East Apts. club house.
The evening will include
the president's report, con-
firmation of future pro-
grams, refreshments and a
social hour. Single men age
55 and up are invited. For
information, call President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-
6850.

**

Alan Goldberg Assumes Post
as Singles Program Director

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the basic principle of the
Rogers Plan — an Israeli
withdrawal to its pre-June
1967 borders with minor ad-
justments in exchange for
Arab recognition and peace.
In one incarnation or an-
other, that has been the
basis of American policy
since Rogers first offerQd it
in 1969. It is the "land for
peace" formula which every
president has embraced. It
is embodied in the Reagan
Plan of a year ago which has
been left to die on the vine.
The cosmetics may vary
from one reincarnation to
another but-the Rogers Plan
survives as the core of every
American proposal for a
solution.
We may have forgotten
Bill Rogers, but we will
have his place in Israel's
history.

Alan A. Goldberg as-
sumed the post of director of
Jewish and Single (JAS),
Cong. Beth Shalom's pro-

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(Continued from Page 72)
in the White House. This
certainly establishes defi-
voiced approval of the pre-
nite limits to what McFar-
sent Reagan policies in that
lane can offer President
troubled area.
Hafez al-Assad as he tries to
The Middle East has
bribe and cajole the Syrian
not escaped Clark's am-
bitious eye. His first move dictator to withdraw his
forces from Lebanon.
was to replace Philip
Secretaries of State
Habib, the President's
change, national security
special envoy to the Mid-
dle East. Habib had shot advisers come and go,
his bolt and in any case, special envoys to the
Middle East tread on
was anxious to get out.
But Shultz was overruled their predecessors'
on Habib's successor and heels; even the change of
Presidents does not mod-
the post went to Clark's
ify
the basic continuity of
deputy, Robert C. McFar-
the United States policy
lane. Fortunately for Is-
for settlement of the
rael, Kissinger was al-
Arab-Israel conflict. That
ready bespoken and the
mini-Metternich, as a remains the obscure Sec-
Jerusalem Post writer retary Rogers' plan.
American policy on the
once tabbed him, was not
Middle East, disguised as it
available.
The Clark grip on the may be from time to time by
cosmetic chaliges, remains
Middle East was further
strengthened when Richard
Murphy, the current am-
bassador to Saudi Arabia
and formerly our envoy to
Syria, was designated as
assistant secretary of state
COMMUNITY NET-
for Middle East affairs.
WORK FOR 'JEWISH
Press reports describing
SINGLES is organizing a
Murphy as a Middle East bowling league to meet
expert, noted that he has
noon Sundays beginning
never visited Israel.
this fall. Persons who are
Shultz is a good soldier
interested in bowling
and will loyally accept his
should call Bruce
leader's decisions, but it
Tabashneck at the Jewish
would be a good bet that
Community Center, 661-
should Reagan run in 1984
1000, ext. 219.
and be re-elected, Shultz
The CNJS is offering as-
will not be in his new
sistance to Jewish singles
Cabinet.
who are interested in
attending High Holiday
That the White House has
services. For details, call
so closely geared all its op-
erations to the 1984 elec- Tabashneck.
Singles age 25-45 who are
tions means that Clark
cannot attempt anything in interested in volunteering
the Middle East that would .to help with CNJS pro-
grams should call
depreciate the picture the
Tabashneck.
Administration is so busy
The CNJS has a hotline
painting of Reagan as the
with a calendar of Jewish
best friend Israel ever had

MISS PADNICK

Mrs. Muriel Padnick of
North Miami Beach, Fla.,
announces the engagement
of her daughter, Lee, to
Bruce Franklin Iden, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Iden of
Huntington Woods.
Miss Padnick was
graduated from Florida At-
lantic University with a BS
degree in business, major-
ing in human resources.
Her fiance was graduated
from the University of
Michigan and George
Washington University
Law School. He earned an
LLM degree in taxation
from the University of
Miami.
A fall wedding is planned.

JOHANNESBURG
(JTA) — The Jewish Na-
tional Fund (JNF) of South
Africa is in the process of
establishing its second for-
est in Israel, a 250,000-tree
forest in memory of 53
South African Jews who fell
in Israel's wars.
The forest will be in
Ilaniya in the lower Galilee,
the site of the first Jewish
settlement in the area, dat-
ing back to 1899.
Meanwhile, in Washing-
ton, JNF President Char-
lotte Jacobson said a new
war is being waged in Is-
rael, "not with jets and
guns, but the land-
reclamation and research; a
war on hunger...
The JNF president de-
scribed the intensified ef-
forts now under way in Is-
rael, to increase food produc-
tion in hitherto arid, un-
productive land, at the
Hadassah national conven-
tion earlier this week.

ALAN GOLDBERG

gram for Jewish singles age
25-45.
JAS holds ongei-Shabat
on the second Friday of each
month, beginning 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 14. A different speaker
or subject are featui,ed each
month. Admission to the
oneg Shabat programs is
free.
Goldberg has served on
the . Beth Shalom bingo
committee, the Hebrew
school board and the Reli-
gious School Parents com-
mittee.
Anyone interested in get-
ting on the JAS mailing list
should write Goldberg, c/o
Cong. Beth Shalom, 14601
.Lincoln, Oak Park 48237.

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