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April 17, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroiters Named by CJF-UJA

Detroiters Martin E. Cit-
rin, Daniel M. Honigman,
Mandell L. Berman, Lawr-
ence S. Jackier and Joel D.
Tauber were recently
named to the 1981 Council
of Jewish Federations-
United Jewish Appeal
Campaign Planning Task
Force.
At the Council of Jewish
Federations' quarterly
meetings, April 8-12 in

Washington, D.C., some of
the Detroiters took on a
leadership role. Task force
members assisted delegates
from American Jewish
communities in planning
for the 1981 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
The task force members
will be attending the UJA's
Campaign Policy meetings
in May and are expected to

FRESH FISH

Best Wishes
For A Happy
and Joyous
Passover.

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visit, communities as con-
sultants in the summer and
early fall.
CJF board members
and local community
leaders heard an assess-
ment of the Reagan Ad-
ministration policies and
their impact on federa-
tion concerns. They also
heard Israel Ambassador
Ephraim Evron; Max M.
Kampelman, chairman of
the U.S. delegation to the
Madrid Conference to
review the Helsinki Ac-
cords; and Walter J.
Stoessel, Jr., undersecre-
tary for political affair.
in the U.S. State Depart-
ment.
Additional subjects dis-
cussed by the Federation
leaders were planning and
financing Jewish education,
leadership development,
women's services, public re-
lations, college youth, fiscal'
management, endowment
development, energy con-
servation, anti-Semitism
and the problems of the ag-
ing.
Among the Detroiters
attending meetings were
Berman, Citrin, Samuel
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Drachler, Max Fisher, Stan-
ley D. Frankel, Alan D.
Kandel, Shelby Tauber,
Jane Sherman and Mr. and
Mrs. George M. Zeltzer.

Wiener-Tobias
Troth Is Told

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Maple & Orchard Lake Road
626-7595


Physicians Name
Dr. Axelrod

Dr. Arnold R. Axelrod,
chairman of Sinai Hospi-
tal's department of
medicine was recently
named governor-elect for
the Michigan branch of the
American College of Physi-
cians (ACP).
Chairman of Sinai's De-
partment of Medicine since
1974, Dr. Axelrod also holds
a professorship at Wayne
State University's school of
medicine. He is affiliated
with numerous professional
organizations including:
the International Society of
Hematology, the American
Society of Hematology, the
Central Society for Clinical
Research, the Wayne
County Medical Society, the
Michigan State Medical
Society and the American
Medical Association.
Dr. Axelrod was recently
presented with, the Out-
standing Faculty Award by
Wayne State University's
graduating medical class.

Little Difference

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
recent poll by the Public
Opinion Research Institute
shows that 45.7 percent of
Israelis do not believe a
Labor Alignment govern-
ment will perform any bet-
ter than the Likud govern-
ment.
Only 33.8 percent be-
lieved that Labor would do a
better job with the nation's
problems.

Engagements

Mrs. Rita Gail Coleman of
Southfield announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, April Joy Coleman, to
Mitchell Alan Porvin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Porvin of West Bloomfield.
A May wedding is planned.

Friday, April 17, 1981

Mack Pitt

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plus

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MISS WIENER

Mr. and Mrs. Roman
Wiener of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Charlotte,
to Jeffrey Tobias, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Tobias of
Bloomfield Township.
An August wedding is
planned.

JNF Blue Box
Clearance Set

KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 1981:

Your guarantee of Kashruth for Passover
and the year around!

MIKE KOJAIAN AND THE ENTIRE STAFF
WISH THEIR MANY FRIENDLY CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY AND HEALTHY PASSOVER.

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The traditional date for
Jewish National Fund
Spring Blue Box Clearance
begins with the first day of
Hol Hamoed Pesach, which
this year falls on April 21,
and clearance days continue
through May 24, according
to Betty Silverman and
Anne Silver, -Blue Box co-
chairmen.
The box clearance will be
executed by volunteers from
Hadassah, Mizrachi
Women, Northwest Child
Rescue Women, Pioneer
Women, Women of Jewish
National Fund and Young
Women of Jewish National
Fund.

The suspense is often
worse than the ordeal.

Mike's Quality Fruit Market has all your Passover needs:

.Parsnips, Root Parsley, Dill Horseradish, and Fresh Cut
Flowers for the Passover Table.

• We regulary carry many fresh fruit and fresh pro-
duce items that other markets call "hard to get."

• We specialize in the creation of fresh fruit baskets.

• Miami Bake Shoppe

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Plenty of Free Parking

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