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September 21, 1984 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 21, 1984

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Continued from preceding page

Sinai did not bring Egyptians
close to the heart of Israel. In sol-
icitous regard for "dignity and
human rights of Arabs," witness
the oil-rich countries with vast
lands who consigned fellow-Arabs
to rot in refugee camps, to breed
hatred for Israel, to train for war.
"Human rights?" — West Bank
and Gaza Arabs were terribly de-
pressed by Jordan and Egypt, but
after 1967 they were elevated to
humane, civilized status by Is-
rael. Israel's contribution to
UNRWA (refugee relief) exceeded
that of four oil-rich Arab coun-
tries combined.
"Territorial compromise" is un-

just because the disputed land be-
longs to Israel historically, legally
by fiat of the Mandate and U.N.
decree. Prate about "security" —
when Arabs seek the tiny West
Bank solely to facilitate entree
into the nerve center of Israel by
four heavily armed and trained
Arab armies — to obliterate in-
fidels who intrude into the Mos-
lems' Mideast.

The obstacles to peace are
bloodthirsty, revengeful Arabs, a
pro-Arab State Department, and
misguided Jewish leaders.

Mrs. David Gourse

Norwood, Mass.

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Shaare Zedek Hospital friends
plan benefit dinner Oct. 23 at SZ

The annual dinner of the De-
troit Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusalem will take
place on Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Cocktails will be
served at 6.
Proceeds from this year's
dinner will be designated for the
operation of the pediatric dialysis
unit at the hospital.
Since 1970 the Detroit Friends
have been involved in the estab-
lishment and operation of the
dialysis department at Shaare
Zedek. They provided the funds
for the purchase of the first kidney
machines and with the opening of
the new Shaare Zedek Medical
Center they endowed the eight-
bed dialysis unit. Recently Shaare
Zedek opened a special unit under
the name Jerusalem Pediatric
Dialysis Center.
In recognition of the work of the
Detroit group, the hospital de-
cided to place a permanent plaque
in front of the pediatric dialyis

unit which will read: "Jerusalem
Dialysis Unit supported by the
Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital."
At present 13 children are on
dialysis at Shaare Zedek. The cost
to the hospital for each child is
$6,000 per year. There is also a
great need for additional kidney
machines at a cost of $10,000
each.

Rabbi James I. Gordon,
spiritual leader of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, will be dinner chair-
man, and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Markel, longtime supporters of
Shaare Zedek Hospital, have been
chosen as honorees of this year's
event.
Dr. Michael Rosenbluth, the
newly appointed director general
of the new Shaare Zedek Medical
Center, will be the guest speaker.
For dinner information and
reservations, call Alex Roberg,
968-3288 or 968-0684.

Sam Frankel to get Butzel Award



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Samuel Frankel will be pre-
sented with the 1984 Fred M. But-
zel Memorial Award at the Jewish
Welfare Federation's 58th annual
meeting Oct. 22 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue "in recognition of his
dedication and commitment to the
Jewish people and Detroit com-
munal life."
The award is Federation's most
prestigious honor and is given
each year to an outstanding indi-
vidual for "distinguished commu-
nity service in both the Jewish
and general communities."
Frankel is vice president of
United Jewish Charities and
former vice president of Federa-
tion. A member of the JWF board
of governors, he is a trustee of
Sinai Hospital and is on the board
of the Detroit Service Group.
Frankel has also served on Feder-
ation's capital needs committee
and on the board of the Jewish
Vocational Service.
A past president of the Jewish
Community Center, Frankel was
instrumental in the building
campaign for the West Bloomfield

Samuel Frankel

facility and its predecessor at
Curtis and Meyers. The adminis-
trative offices of the Center at
Maple and Drake are housed in
the Samuel and Jean Frankel
Wing.
Frankel chaired the Allied
Jewish Campaign in 1972 and

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