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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

frontlines

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F. Kevin Browett

Arthur M. Horwitz

Letters from page 5

Publisher / Executive Editor

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Chief Operating Officer

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Palestinians in Judea and Samaria live. The
security of this population is indeed con-
trolled by the Israeli army; however, the
civil administration is totally controlled by
the Palestinians.
Area C: Although the largest of the
three areas, only a meager 4 percent of
the Palestinian population in Judea and
Samaria live there. Both the security and
civil administration of this area are con-
trolled by the Israeli army due to the fact
that all of the Israeli settlements as well as
the Jordan Valley and the Judean desert
are located there.
The Israeli military presence in areas
B and C is absolutely essential in order to
protect the safety of Israeli civilians who
live in the settlements as well as anywhere
else in the country, including Tel Aviv.
Sadly, without such a presence, all of
Israel's citizens would be placed at mortal
risk by Palestinian terrorists from Judea
and Samaria.

Jackie Headapohl
Managing Editor

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Keri Guten Cohen

Story Development Editor

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Gail Zimmerman
Arts Editor

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EDITORIAL

Senior Copy Editor
David Sachs
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Editorial Assistant
Sy Manello
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Rosenfeld of Berkley, who moved back
from New York City after 30 years. "I
thought it was a great way for me to learn
more about what my parents' life was
like, what my grandparents' life was like,
as Jews in Detroit moving to Oak Park,
moving to West Bloomfield. And also, as
someone who's back who wants to help
as a Jew, how the Jewish community can
help with the redevelopment and what is
being done and what I can do."

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Annette Kizy
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Sales Manager Assistant
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• In the May 1 article "The Orbachs'
Legacy" on page 38, Maya Orbach should
have been listed as the daughter-in-law of
Richard Orbach, one of Evelyn and Harold
Orbach's four children. Maya's husband is
Roey, one of Richard's three children.

Henry Upfall
holds a photo
of himself and
his sister as
children in
Warsaw.

Daphna Feldman

West Bloomfield

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Keith Farber

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Corrections

Contributing Editor
Robert Sklar
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Contributing Writers
Ruthan Brodsky
Suzanne Chessler
Annabel Cohen
Don Cohen
Shelli Liebman Dorfman
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Stacy Gittleman
Ronelle Grier
Esther Allweiss Ingber
Harry Kirsbaum
Lynne Konstantin
Barbara Lewis
Rabbi Jason Miller
Allan Nahajewski
Robin Schwartz
Steve Stein
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RED urn

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Keri Guten Cohen
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To make a donation to the
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
FOUNDATION
go to the website

www.djnfoundation.org

• The last line of the "Jewish Revival" story
about a symposium on Jewish Detroit
(May 1, page 24) was inadvertently delet-
ed. The ending of the story should have
read:
Andrea Rosenfeld spent the day at the
symposium.
"I thought it was amazing;' said

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• Photographs taken of Holocaust survivor
Henry Upfall ("Survivors' Stories, April
24, cover and page 10) were taken by Brett
Mountain.

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Michael H. Steinhardt

President
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Controller
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QUICK CLICK ... Vignettes From The JN Archives

Dallas Pillen

Detroit Jewish News
Foundation Fellow

Gen. MacArthur Commends Detroiter
For Help in Saving Reporter's Life

FULFILLMENT

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Customer Service Manager:
Zena Hosley

F

rom the first issue of the Jewish
News in 1942 until the end
of World War II in 1945, this
newspaper regularly featured stories
about members of the local community
contributing to the Allied cause.
This image, on the front page of the
May 21, 1943, issue, shows U.S. Gen.
Douglas MacArthur (second from right)
commending Dr. Isadore S. Pfeffer, far
left, of Detroit.
The accompanying article includes a
biographical sketch of Dr. Pfeffer, indi-
cating that he graduated from Northern
High School, the College of the City
of Detroit, Wayne University Medical
School and the United Hebrew Schools.
He was a resident physician at Eloise
Hospital in Wayne County and had been
serving overseas since February 1942.
Gen. MacArthur commended

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DEPARTMENTS

Pfeffer for helping to save the life of
Associated Press war correspondent
Vern Haugland, who spent 47 days in
the jungle after the bomber he was in
ran out of gas.

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