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July 13, 1979 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lindenbaum Ambulance Boosts
Magen David Adorn Israel Fleet

Israel's Magen David were married 36 years.
Adorn ambulance fleet is Mrs. Lindenbaum, who
being increased by one to died five years ago, was
bear the names of Harry among the major con-
and Reva Lindenbaum.
tributors to Hadassah.
A generous gift from Mr.
The Lindenbaums fi-
Lindenbaum to Magen nanced the United Hebrew
David Adorn, Israel's coun- Schools Library which
terpart of the Red Cross, bears their name in the
will provide a fully equip- school building on 12 Mile
ped ambulance to MDA, Road in Southfield.
with an additional gift for
Midrasha scholarships
the Israel Blood Bank.
With his gift, Mr. Lin- are provided from a fund es-
( nbaum additionally hon- tablished by the Lin-
-,,cs the memory of his wife, denbaums.
who shared with him many, ' Mrs. Lindenbaum con-
contributions to important tributed towards cancer re-
causes.
search programs, conducted
The Lindenbaums by Hadassah together with
the Hebrew University of

,

THE LINDENBAUMS

Jerusalem. The Linden::
baums also gave $100,000
for the establishment of the
Hadassah Nurses' Center in
Jerusalem.

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land College and Bar-Ilan
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tant to Burton Shifman
Associates, the Detroit Pub-
lic Schools and the Jewish
Welfare Federation. He also
has published articles on
fertility and the working
woman.
Rabbi Kupinsky was
educated at Yeshiva Sal-
anter, Yeshiva University
and at Yeshivat Keren
B'Yavne. He has a mas-
ter's degree in Hebrew
literature. He has served
on the faculties of Temple
Beth Torah and the
United Hebrew Schools.
He has conducted studies
in the area of the Jewish
identification of day school
graduates and was active in
the Jewish community of
Sharon, Mass.

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Singles Events

THE JEWISH SING-
LES will have a disco 8 p.m.
Sunday at Roberto's. There
is a charge. The group will
see a film 6:45 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Berkley Thea-
ter. There is a charge. There
will be a canoe trip down the
Pere Marquette River July
20-22. There is a charge,
which includes food, trans-
portation and canoe rental.
Space is limited to 12 per-
sons. For information, call
Sandy Kraus, 967-2174,
evenings. A trip to Toronto
is scheduled for Labor Day
weekend. Cost of the Aril)

Blood Pressure
Class Available

includes three nights at the
Hotel Toronto. Reservation
deadline is July 25. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Harley Berger, 569-
7823.
* * *
SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
have a cook-out 7 p.m. Sun-
day at the Oak Park Major
Park shelter area. David
Maurice will be the guest
host. There is a charge.
Singles age 30 and up are
invited. For information,
call Phil Fabian, 967-4110;
Lois Moore, 968-3054; or
Marge Thoryn, 399-2265.

Two one-session courses
designed to teach commu-
nity members to monitor
human blood pressure will
be offered in the Oakland
County area this month by
the Southeastern Michigan
Chapter of the American
Red Cross.
One of the sessions is
scheduled from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. July 25 at the
Oak Park Regional Office,
25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park.
The other session will be
held 1-4 p.m. July 26 at the
West Bloomfield Regional
Office, 2388 Franklin,
Bloomfield Hills.
Course instruction is
free, but students will be
required to purchase an
instructional workbook
the day of the class.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. For information,
contact the Oak Park office,
968-2255, or the West
Bloomfield office, 334-3575.

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