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July 10, 1987 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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Sarah Rubin

Sarah Rubin, a correspon-
ding secretary for Naamat
USA (formerly Pioneer
Women) for nearly a quarter
of a century, died July 4 at
age 86.
A former telephone
operator for Michigan Bell,
Mrs. Rubin achieved her
lifelong ambition of com-
pleting her high school educa-
tion in 1981 when she receiv-
ed her high school diploma.
Following her graduation, she
continued to attend classes.
After her move to Borman
Hall, Jewish Home for Aged,
Mrs. Rubin became a member
of the residents' executive
committee and served on the
welcoming committee for the
second floor.
She was a pen pal for third

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graders at Avery Elementary
school in Berkley and
escorted them on a tour when
they visited Borman Hall.
Mrs. Rubin worked more
than 800 hours for the Sinai
Hospital Guild.
She is survived by a son,
Henry; three grandchildren
and three great-grand-
children.

Betty Galison

Betty Galison, a volunteer
for Detroit Osteopathic
Hospital, the Detroit
Historical Museum and
Channel 56, - died July 1 at
age 69.
Born in Detroit, Miss
Galison was a secretary for
Hoffman Bros., a manufac-
turer's rep firm for lighting
fixtures.
She leaves two brothers,
Ben Gallison and Hyman
Galison; a sister, Irene;
nieces, nephews, great-nieces,
great-nephews, one great-
great-niece and one
great-great-nephew.

George Wise,
TAU Chancellor

Miami Beach, Fla. — Dr.
George S. Wise, chancellor of
Tel Aviv University, died Ju-
ly 2 at age 81.
Prior to heading up the
university, Dr. Wise was
chairman of the board of
Hebrew University and
helped raise funds to build
the university:s new campus.
He left that post to become
the chancellor of Tel Aviy
University in 1962.
A philanthropist and
academician, Dr. Wise
created two newsprint com-
panies, George S. Wise and
Co. and Inter-American Paper
Corp.
He played a major role in
many development projects in
Israel, including Israel Paper
Mills.

Shmuel Tamir

Jerusalem (JTA) — Shmuel
Tamir, a prominent lawyer
who served as justice minister
in the government of Premier
Menachem Begin, died in
Jerusalem June 29. He was
64.
Born in pre-state Israel in-
to the well-established Katz-
nelson family, he adopted the
surname Tamir as a member
of the underground Irgun
Zvai Leumi led by Begin. He
was its acting commander in
Jerusalem until deported to
Kenya by the British
authorities in 1946. He
returned two years later

when the State of Israel was
founded.
Tamir was active in Herut
politics and served in the
Knesset during the 1960s.
Subsequently he broke with
Begin and formed his own
political faction, the Free
Center Party, which merged
in 1976 with another new
party, the Democratic Move-
ment for Change, founded by
archeologist Yigael Yadin.
The latter joined the Begin
coalition government.
Pamir held the justice port-
folio in the first Begin cabinet
from 1977 to 1980 and was in-
volved in negotiations with
Egypt over autonomy for
Palestinians in the ad-
ministered territories. He
retired from politics in 1984,
but helped negotiate the
release of Israeli soldiers cap-
tured in Lebanon.

I NEWS I MI11111111 ■ 1111

Cabinet Scraps
Thition Fee
Differential

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Cabinet reached a compro-
mise agreement last Sunday
on the issue of university tui-
tion fees that apparently is
acceptable to all parties. It
reversed its most controver-
sial decision to establish a
two-tier system of lower fees
for veterans of the Israel
Defense Force which much of
the public saw as direct
discrimination against Arab
students who are barred by
law from serving in the
military.
All students will now pay
an annual fee of $1,350, about
$100 less than the current fee.
The government will pro-
vide a $4.5 million subsidy for
the financially hard-pressed
universities to help reduce
their deficits. The sum is less
than the universities had
asked for.

Criminal Code
To Be Altered

Ottawa (JTA) — Justice
Minister Ramon Hnatyshyn
introduced sweeping legisla-
tion in the House of Com-
mons July 23 to amend the
criminal code to allow
suspected Nazi war criminals
to be tried in Canada for
crimes committed outside
Canadian territory.
The legislation, which the
minister termed "historic,"
would also amend the Im-
migration Act and the
Citizenship Act to bar
suspected war criminals from
entry into Canada

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