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February 20, 1987 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

cluded American Jewish
Committee and Brandeis Uni-
versity. In the Sarasota area,
Mr. Zell continued his philan-
thropy through services to
music, art and community
organizations. He was a board
member of the Florida West
Coast Dance Company and the
Sarasota-Manistee Jewish
Foundation.
He is survived by four
daughters, Judy Faust of
Sherman Oaks, Calif.; Carol
Andrews of Carlisle, Mass.,
Amy Ellsworth of Belmont,
Mass., and Melinda Hamilton
of Concord, Mass.; and seven
grandchildren.

Harry Schaefer

Harry C. Schaefer, a retired
vice president of the National
Bank of Detroit, died Feb. 13 at
age 84.
Born in Germany, Mr.
Schaefer was a member of the
boards of Sinai Hospital and
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
He leaves his wife, Evelyn;
three sisters, Mrs. Helen
Sucher, Mrs. Iver (Julie) Kahn
and Mrs. Arthur (Nettie) Wen-
dell.

Therese Papp

Therese (Terry) Papp, a vol-
unteer for local Jewish agen-
cies, died Feb. 17 at age 59.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Papp resided in the Detroit
area most of her life. She was a
resident of Farmington Hills at
the time of her death.
Mrs. Papp was on the board
of the Greater Detroit Chapter
of City of Hope, a member of
Women's American ORT and
the sisterhood of Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses and
chairman of the synagogue gift
shop.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Leo; a son, Andrew A.;
two brothers, Lawrence Mintz
of Boca Raton, Fla., and
Samuel E. Mintz of Brookline,
Mass.

Sonia Klein

Sonia Klein, wife of Cong.
B'nai Moshe's Cantor Louis
Klein, died Feb. 16 at age 75.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Klein
came to the U.S. 31 years ago
and to Detroit 29 years ago.
She resided in Oak Park at the
time of her death.
She was a member of Cong.
B'nai Moshe and its sisterhood
and was a life member of
Hadassah and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. She was active in
efforts on behalf of Hillel Day
School in its early years and
served on its board.
With her husband, Mrs.
Klein was active in the Ameri-
can Red Magen David for Is-

rael and the Israel Cancer
Fund.
Besides her husband, Mrs.
Klein is survived by a son,
Maurice E. of Carrollton, Tex.;
two grandsons, one niece, one
nephew, great-nieces and
great-nephews.

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IT
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Report Details
Syria's Role
In Terrorism

Palm Beach (JTA) —
Syria's central role in interna-
tional terrorism, the signifi-
cance of its alignment with
the Soviet Union and its anti-
American and anti-Israel
policies were outlined in a
report issued last week by the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Titled "Syria: The Politics
of Terror. 1982-1986," the
report provides details of the
massive Soviet arms buildup
in Syria since 1973; Syria's
widespread political repres-
sion and denial of human
rights; the systematic per-
secution of Syria's Jewish
minority and the nation's
anti-Israel operations. The
report was made public by
Abraham Foxman, ADL's
associate national director
and head of its International
Affairs Division.
With the "guidance and
support" of Syrian President
Hafez Assad, the ADL said,
Syria has used terrorism as
an instrument of foreign
policy, most notably the
ouster of the American and
Western presence from
Lebanon.

Polish-Jewish
Dialogue Urged

Chicago — Hoping to for-
estall tensions between
groups, a coalition of Polish
American and Jewish Ameri-
can leaders is urging Polish
and Jewish organizations
nationwide to hold dialogues
with each other in connection
with the Holocaust film Shoah
which is expected to air on PBS
channels this spring.
The film caused considerable
discomfort in both the Polish
and the Jewish communities
when it was first shown. Many
Polish Americans felt that
Shoah painted a one-
dimensional picture of Poles as
anti-Semites during the
Holocaust.
Their criticism of this por-
trait as superficial led many
Jews to feel that Polish Ameri-
cans were denying both the
unique nature of Jewish suffer-
ing during the Holocaust and
the existence of anti-Semitism
in Poland.

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