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September 21, 1979 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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68 Friday, September 21, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

David-Horodoker Women Aid MDA Program in Israel

The David-Horodker
Women's Organization re-
cently became a "pillar" of
the new Magen David Adorn
National Blood Center in
Israel. Organizations which
are "pillars" have contrib-
uted $18,000 or more to
MDA.
Mrs. Betty Starkman,an

officer of the Michigan
Region of the American Red
Magen David for Israel,
presented the David-
Horodoker Women's Organ-
ization with MDA's
Humanitarian Award.
The women have also
sponsored a room at the
Waller First Aid Medical

May You
Be Inscribed
In The Book Of Life
For A Year Of

Center in Ashdod in
memory of Bernard Ch-
ase, Philip Kutnick and
Alex Levine.
MDA's new Blood Bank

and Fractionation Center
will enable Magen David
Adorn to upgrade, expand
and modernize its services
throughout Israel.

"RAPE OF THE HONEY"

Dr. John J. Mames,
chairman of the Michigan
Region, ARMDF, and Dr.
Morris Starkman, chair-
man of its medical-dental
council, pointed out that the
new blood center complex
will have a garden of re-
meMbrance. The names of
founder-patrons and pillars
will be engraved on the wall
of the garden.

NEED

INVITATIONS

Shown at ceremonies at which Magen David
Adom's Humanitarian Award was bestowed on the
David-Horodoker Women's Organization are, from
left, Dr. John J. Mames and Mesdames Alex Dorchen,
Ben Miller, Joseph Guterman, Julius Spielberg, Mor-
ris Starkman, Joseph Davidson, Bernard Chase, Ben
Komisar, Jack Friedman and Ralph Rimar.

MDA at Red Cross Sessions

PEACE, HEALTH &
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encourage the Panamaians
to confiscate the American
Tax payers boats in order to
placate them before the
Canal was turned over to
them?

The book, written by Jean
Ragsdale and Virginia Smith,

"The Rape of the, Honey"

was a commercial fishing

boat owned by Jean
Ragsdale. The boat was con-
fiscated on the Panama'
Canal, as were many other
American boats. The ro-
mance part Jf the book is
entirely fictitious. The r
about the boat is very t
and may be documented.

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Representatives of Magen David Adorn, Israel's
emergency medical and blood service, were guests of
the American Red Cross national convention this
summer in Kansas City,. Shown are, from left, the
MDA's Prof. Moshe Many, Red Cross President
George M. Elsey, and former Detroiter Joseph Hand-
leman, president of the American Red Magen David
for Israel_

Kanagur Rites
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