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November 04, 1977 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-04

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60 Friday, November 4, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1

Births

Oct. 31 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Allen Shuster (Carol Sig-
man), 23481 Avon, Oak
Park, a son, Adam Michael.
* * *
Oct. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Novetsky (Laurie
Karber), 14400 Oak Park

Blvd., Oak Park, a son Eric
David.
* * *
Octo 19
To Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Sherman (Bar-
bara Schneider), 23500
Kenosha, Oak Park, a son,
Jonathan David.
* * * _
Sept. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald M. Siegel (for-
mer Detroiter Lori Green-
berg) of Plainfield, N.J., a
son, Glenn Martin.

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM
Certified
MOHEL
Serving Homes & Hospitals

Carter Slipping

399-7194 — 547-7970

NEW YORK (ZINS)—The
latest Harris Poll shows
that President Jimmy Car-
ter has slipped in pOpularity
among the American
people. Some 48 percent
thought he was doing a good
job, while 48 percent
expressed a negative
reaction.
Among Jews, 60 percent
approved of Carter while 37
percent were negative.

REV. HERSH!.

ROTH

Certified Mohel

557-0888

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RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

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Rockefeller Cited

RABBI DR. LEO

NEW
YORK—David
Rockefeller, chairman of
the board and chief execu-
tive officer of the Chase
Manhattan Bank, will
receive the American Jew-
ish Committee's 1977 Appeal
for Human Relations
Award, Oct. 31 at a testi-
monial dinner to be held at
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.

GOLDMAN

Expert Mohel

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Baby World's

ARM DI Will Honor Activist Sally Fields

Sally Fields, a former
journalist with a career of
support for Israel, will be
honored at a special testi-
monial dinner at Adat Sha-
lom Synagogue 6 p.m. Nov.
27 for "supporting, advanc-
ing and promoting the life-
saving and far-reaching pro=
grams of Magen David
Adorn, Israel's Emergency
Medical Service, and for her
splendid efforts in behalf of
the gallant people of
Israel."
Mrs. Fields is one of the
founders of the Michigan
Region, American Red
Magen David for Israel,
serves on the executive
board and has played a sig-
nificant role in_the activities
of the local chapter since its
inception.
A one-time columnist for
the Detroit Times, in 1947
she was on the editorial
_staff of the Legal Chronicle
(associated with the Jewish
Chronicle) and in her pub-
licity releases strongly
appealed' for support for
Materials-for Palestine.
In 1948 she left the Legal
Chronicle to launch and
coordinate the Bnai Brith
Friendship Trains cam-
paign; she was appointed
Detroit director and shortly
afterwards became Midwest
director, of Materials for
Israel.

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t r ife rCOMI

SALLY FIELDS

Detroit became a key city
in the clandestine arms race_
directed from Israel by the
Haganah as "Friendship
Trains" (and trucks) car-
ried food, clothing, machin-
ery, electronic supplies,
hand tools, auto and aircraft
supplies, arms and pharma-
ceuticals. An estimated $10
million in supplies were
raised by Detroit sympa-
thizers during the period
which ended in 1951. Louis
Berry, Dr. Lawrence Yaffa,
Philip Slomovitz, Harry
Weinsaft, Harry Cohen and
Ben Weiss were among the
dedicated and generous
supporters.

Mrs. Fields recalls send-
ing the first ambulance
from Detroit. "We had by
that time mobilized large
segments of the Jewish pop-

Schoolfield

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ulation throughout the Mid-
west and found many sym-
phatizers among friends,"
she recalls. The organiza-
tion also helped recruit
more than 500 American
and Canadian pilots and
navigators who made up
more than half of Israel's
air force.
Upon termination of the
Materials for Israel cam-
paign Sally Fields became
Midwest director for El Al
Israel Air Lines, and opened
the Detroit office.
She is a life member of
Jewish National Fund and
Bnai Brith, past president of
the Louis Marshall Chapter,
founder and first president
of. Kadimah Club and helped
to organize the City of Hope
Cancer Fighters and for
nine years was a member of
the Men's Club of City of
Hope (now life member of
City of Hbpe).
Upon the recommendation
of_ the late Sen. Hart, Mrs.
Fields was elected to the
board of the American Secu-
rity Council; she serves on
the boards of the Detroit
Philosophical Society,
Detroit Women's Traffic
Club, and Women's Division
of the Detroit Round Table
of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
She is a member of the
Motion Pictures, Council
Shaarit Haplaytah Survi-
vors of the Holocaust and
Sinai Hospital Guild.
With the late Osias
Zwerciling she organized the
first synagogue and the
Hillel Foundation for Jewish
students at the University of
Michigan.

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Fields will aid victims of
hemophilia, leukemia and
other blood disorders,"
stated. Dr. John J. Mames,
chairman of Michigan
Region ARMDI.
For information and din-
ner reservations, call Dr.
Ellias, • 647-4640. or Mrs.
Rosenzweig, 353-4038.

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HURITE

SOUTHFIELD COUNCIL

Paid for by.Friends For Hurite Committee 1.0.85309

ReElect the Dean
of the Detroit City Council

William G.

ROGELL

COUNCILMAN

a 24 WILLIAM ROGELL I

36 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT

Pd/Committee to ReElect Rogell

The Shaarey Zedek Beth
Hayeled (nursery school
and kindergarten) will hold
its annual open house for
parents and guests 8 p.m.
Thursday . in the nursery
school wing of the
synagogue.
Slides of the previous
year's program will be
shown in the school foyer.
Teachers will describe their
programs. Refreshments
will be served. Rosaline Gil-
son, director of the Beth
Hayeled, will be available
to answer questions.

R e -Ed e c t

Two things can't be
taught: charm and luck.

DOCTOR

Body work & Painting

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Open House Set

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B41BY
WORIA3 'N TEEN'S
126 E. 14 MILE RD., CLAWSON

Dr. Elmer P. Ellias, din-
ner-dance chairman, will be
assisted by Mrs. Felix Rose-
nzweig and the Women's
Committee of
ARIVIDLheaded by Mrs.
Harvey A. Beaver. Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will donate the music.
Dr. Arich L. Plotkin will be
the guest speaker. Cantor
Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel will pay a special
musical tribute and Mrs.
Fields will be recipient of a
"Distinguished Human-
itaiian Service Award".
"The testimonial _dinner
and advanced contributions
will provide urgently
needed financial assistance
for the Col. David Marcus
Blood Fractionation
Institute in Jaffa. This "Gift
of Life" secured by Sally

OAK PARK
MAYOR
DAVE

SHEPHERD

Paid l'or ht' Shepherd
For Nliiyor Commit tee

Oak Park, Mich. 4i237

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