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August 01, 1986 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-01

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Erwin Rubenstein*
Carol Rubin. CPA
Max and Alene Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Rubin
Carol Rubin
Max and Alene Rubin
Arthur Rubiner•
Charles Rubiner•
Sally Rubiner
John Runyon, Jr.•
David Ruskin•
Robert and Kathy Sachs
Benjamin J. Safir*
Robert J. Sandler*
Claudia Sandonato
Sheldon and Sharon Satovsky
Phyllis and Stanley Satovsky
Keith and Fran Sevin
Joel Schavrien*
Jane S. Schelberg•
Walter A. Scherer*
Charles L. Schiff
Matthew Schlegel*
Mary Schlosberg

Abe A. Schmier•
Claude Schochet
Herman and Ann Schonberg
Arthur Schott
J. Leonard Schreiman*
Sue Schuler
Arthur Schussler
James Schuster*
Jim and Elaine Schuster
Ethel and Perry Schwartz
Robert H. Schwartz
Sarah Seedman •
Joel and Susan Seidman
Barry Seifman•
Abraham Selesny*
Richard N. SeIik•
Marty and Sandy Seltzer
Elaine Serling
Michael B. Serling*
Joel Serling*
Jeffrey Serman*
Gerald Share
Dr. Robert and Marie Shaw
Marc and Caryn Shaye*
Lynn Shecter*
Mark Sherbow*
Patricia Sherman*

Ken and Doree Soble
Jeffrey and Esther Soff a
Diane Solomon
Jerome H. Solomon•
Norman Sommers•
Grace M. Sommers
Max Sosin
Stanley Sta'burg*
Dr. and Mrs. Ben Stamell
Robe- rt and Esther Starr
Norman Steel
Fran and Bob Stein
Mike' and Nancy Stein
Ronald A. Steinberg•
Michael Steinberg
Robert and Deborah Steingold
Daniel T. Stepek•
Joel and Norma Stern
Dr. Milton Stern
Kenneth A. Stern•
William Stern•
George Stevenson*
Jeffrey T. Stewart'
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Larry Stringer•
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Paula Sugars
THE HON. Theodore Sura'
Gerald S. Surowiec'
Sandy Sutton
Lloyd and Bev Sutton
Dan Swanson'
Phyllis Swartz

THE HON. Barbara Talley'
Al Talley
Marvin Tamaroff
Judy and Lewis Tann
Steve Tapper
Sherry M. Tatro
Richard and Gale Taubman•
Leonard Teicher•
Daniel P. Terski
Mary Pat Thomas'
Rosetta and Mel Thomas
Maureen A. Thomas
Gerald Thurswell'
Dr. Barry and Judy Tigay
Ethel Tigay
Asher Tilchin'
Sharon Tischler
Aubrey Tobin'
Sanford Topper'
Gary H. Torgow'
Michael Traison*
Donald Turner'
Lee Turner'
Deborah G. Tyner*

Nathan Upfal'
Harvey and Elaine Urnovitz
Andrew F. Valenti*
Jerry Van Hellemont'
Helene Varrieli
Dennis Vatsis'
Maurice V. Victor•
Richard S. Victor*
Deanna Villarosa .
Allen and Ann Vinocher
Michelle E. Vocht'
John F. Vos III*
Dennis Vatsis
Donald Wagner*

Earl I. Sherman'
Jeffrey N. Shil'man*
Norma Jean Shufro•
Marvin S. Shwedel

Jay Siefman•
Robert Siegel•
Steven and Cheryl Sills
Anne Gonte Silver•
Howard Silver'
Sandra G. Silver'
Rosalind Silver
Julius Silverman
Debbie and Mike Silverstein
Judith Sima
Robert & Judy Simmons*
Elwood Simon'
Dennis and Linda Simon'
David F. Simon*
Sheldon and Sally Simon
Stuart Sinai'
Mo and Nargis Singapore
Eddie and Rita Sitron
Lawrence Sklar*
Dorothy Sklar
David Sloan'
Al and Florence Slonim
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Small*
Stuart Small*
Andy Smith
Evelyn D. Smith
Walter Smith*
Sharon L. Snodgrass•

Brian L. Walker
Marshall Wallace•
Beryle Walters*
Peter Wanger'
Philip R. Warn*
Lawrence Warren*
Ruben and Janette Wartel
Lawrence Wasser
Varda and Paul Wasser
Harvey Wax*
Wilma Wechsler
Bruce L. Weider*
Joel and Vicki Weinberg
Cyril Weiner*
Daniel Weiner•
Howard Weiner•
Stuart Weiner•
Larry Weingarden•
Shirley A. Weinreich
Louis L. Weinstein*
Helene Weisberg
Robert Weisberg'
Annette Weiss
Milton Weiss
Mark Weiss*
Bill and Muriel Wetsman
Mike and Nomi Wilenkin'
John P. Williams*
Marc G. Whitefield'
Mark Wilson•
Sheldon P. Winkelman•
Susan Winshall'
William• and Karen Winshall
Jeffrey Winton*
Stanley Wise'
Judy and Pino Wiser•
Goldie Wolf
Marvin Wolf•
Larry and Andi Wolfe*
Harold Wolkind•
Arthur S. Woll'
David H. Wolock'
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"widespread discomfort" over
Jerusalem's relations with the
racist South African govern-
ment. He also renewed his
contacts with Dr. Shimshon
Zelniker, an advisor to Prime
Minister Shimon Peres and
cato u—oir- Frinca at •tseit
-
Bed College, who agreed to
become the "field director" of
the project.
Spiegel reported back to
Hayden on the positive re-
sponse in Israel. Hayden, in
turn, tried vainly to reach
Tutu to arrange a meeting
with Zelniker.
Matters seemed at an im-
passe, when a fortuitous hap-
penstance presented a new
opening. In December 1984,
Hayden and Fonda went to
Aspen, Colorado to meet with
some old friends, the widow
and family of the late Senator
Robert Kennedy, and to get in
some skiing.
One day on the slopes, Hay-
den struck up an acquain-
tance with a man who turned
out to be a wealthy, liberal
Jewish industrialist from
Johannesburg, with close ties
to
After much phoning and
telexing across three con-
tinents, Tutu and some of his
associates agreed to a meet-
ing at the home of the Johan-
nesburg businessman in June
1985. The Israeli government
could not be officially in-
volved, and the center agreed
to carry the ball. .
Goren and his three col-
leagues quietly raised money
to send Zelniker to South
Africa, but once there it
seemed that the laboriously
arranged meeting would
prove to be a waste of time.
"For two hours, Tutu and
his friends beat on me,"
Zelniker afterwards told
Spiegel, persistently attack-
ing Israel and its policies.
Zelniker was ready to get up
and leave, when the mood
suddenly shifted. "Now, what
shall we talk about?" calmly
asked his recent tormentors.
Zelniker proposed the idea
of selecting groups of blacks,
of standing within their corn-
munities and unquestionable
anti-apartheid credentials, for
three to four weeks of techni-
cal, organizational and leader-
ship training at the Histad-
rut's Afro-Asian Institute.
Over the past 15 years, the
institute has conducted train-
ing courses for about 15,000,
mainly Third World, people,
about half from black Africa.
By the meeting's end, Ilitu's
stance had changed from
hostility to, at least, neutrali-
ty, and while he was not will-
ing to get involved in the proj-
ect, neither did he oppose it.
Encouraged, Zelniker spent
another two weeks in South
Africa, meeting with other
black leaders and the nucleus
of the group that would arrive
in Israel the following year.

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