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September 18, 1992 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-18

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H SINGLE

LIFE

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New Horizons
sets Meeting

The New Horizons Group of
the City of Hope will hold a
general meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 20 at Potomac Towne
Ciubhouse. The business
meeting will be followed by
elections. The meeting is
pen to all singles 40 and up.
For information, call
Marilyn Guss, 661-4937; or
Karen Berris, 788-9143.

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l NEWS

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SUNSET BOULEVARD

FENBY
STEIN

ENTERTAINMENT
• AGENCY •

Pensioner Gives
To WIZO

2,onn (JTA) — An elderly
German retired state
(
employee has donated a
million marks to the Wo-
men's International Zionist
Organization.
In a ceremony at the
si-aeli Consulate in Berlin,
8 4-year- old Gunther
Rutschke explained his
motive for the donation,
which is equivalent to about
$700,000: "I want to prove
that there are other, good
G ermans, who really care
about w.rhat happened to the
Jews."
Mr. Rutschke added that
0 sum can compensate the
Jews for their sufferings
er the Third Reich.
But he said it was never-
theless important to demon-
-- -ate to the Jews that many
6-ermans love the Jewish
r -- . eople. "I do hope and
believe," Mr. Rutschke add-
CI, "that I speak for the
l_
Germans and represent the
real Germany."
Mr. Rutschke revealed
that he had been saving for
he past 35 years to make
the donation possible.
The Berlin bachelor, who
lives near Madeira, Por-
tugal, said that his generous
state pension left him with
enough money to live
modestly and save a good
portion of the income for the
and purpose of helping the
Jews.
Mr. Rutschke lives
without television or radio
t owns a horse, a bicycle
and thousands of books.
Lala Susskind of the
erlin branch of WLZO said
nat the donation left her
and other activists
speechless.
:`We have never received
anything near to that."

Ms. Susskind invited Mr.
1 31.7-tschke to Israel to see how
his donation will be used. It
has been decided that his
gift will go to help the con-
st,fuction in Herzliya of a
edical center for mothers
ho have just given birth.

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