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August 22, 1980 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zuckerman Applauds Michigan's
Support for Israel MDA Service

Michigan Jewry's expan-
sion of efforts to assist in
tasks for the Magen David
Adorn movement, the Is-
raeli equivalent of the Red
Cross, was commended by
Paul Zuckerman in an ad-
dress Sunday morning to
state's committee.
_e spoke at a brunch at
the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Norman Segal, to the com-
mittee mobilized to raise
funds for the MDA at the
dinner to be held Sept. 7 at
Adat Shal2m Synagogue, in
honor of 7oseph Handle-

man, national president of
MDA and a prominent
former Detroit indus-
trialist.
Zuckerman gave an out-
line of the Magen David
Adorn services: the 700 am-
bulances that serve the
country's medical needs, the
blood plasma centers and
the availability of the MDA
for emergencies.
Pointing out that the
MDA is one of the most
valuable aspects of serv-
ices rendered by the na-
tion to the Israel Defense

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their daughter, Wendy
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Forces, Zuckerman said
that in a country where a
blood transfusion is
needed every hour of
every day in emergen-
cies, the Israeli equiv-
alent of the Red Cross,
MDA, proyliples for the
urgent needs.
"MDA is valuable for the
civilians, for whose needs it
is a life-line," Zuckerman
said. "At the same time it
provides for the emergency
needs for the armed forces
and in these capacities the
movement merits strong
support."
Dr. Segal, co-chairman of
the committee for the Sept.
7 dinner in honor of Hand-
leman, gave an additional
outline of aims for support
of MDA by Michigan Jewry.
Louis Silverfarb, co-
chairman of the dinner
committee, announced that
initial contributions point
to record-setting MDA ac-
tivities here. The gathering
was greeted with additional
informative announce-
ments by Dr. John Mames,
president of the Michigan
MDA.


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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
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