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September 25, 1981 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Michigan Magen David Adorn Chapter
Names Mrs. Hamburger Year's Honoree

Miriam Hamburger will
receive the Distinguished
Humanitarian Service

Award of the American Red
Magen David for Israel at
the Michigan Region's an-

I wish my family and friends a

very healthy. happy and prosperous
New Year

REBECCA ROSSEN

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JACK AND BEA ROTH

wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

RON ROSS &
HOUSE CALLS SECURITY_

Wish Their Family and Friends
A Happy & Healthy
New Year

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A Very Happy, Healthy
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Greenspan
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nual testimonial dinner to
be held Nov. 7 at Adat
Shalom. Synagogue, it was
announced by Dr. John J.
Mames, chairman of the
region, and Dr. Morris
Starkman, chairman
medical-dental council.
Mrs. Hamburger is being
cited for "her splendid and
continuous support of the
live saving and far-reaching
humanitarian programs of
Magen David Adorn and for
her lifelong dedicated, al-
truistic involvement and
outstanding philanthropic
generosity which aided
many humanitarian, edu-
cational and cultural causes
throughout the United
Stat4 and the state of Is-
rael."
A special Miriam Ham-
burger MDA Paramedics
Training Scholarship Fund
is being established in her
honor.
Mrs.
Hamburger
serves on the board of
governors of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and
on its capital needs com-
mittee. She is a long-time
member of the board of
trustees of children's
Hospital of Michigan.
She and her husband
Samuel are members of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
Temple Emanu-EL
They also were among the
earliest patrons of the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary and Mrs. Hamburger
was the recipient of the Na-
tional Community Service
Award at its Florida convo-
cation last year. She was
also cited by Hadassah as
"Woman, of the Year" and

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Avery M. Silverstein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sil-
verstein of Oak Park, was
appoipted the director of the
political and security com-
mittee for the 1982 Na-
tional Model United Na-
tions.
• • •
Lee M. Oberman,
grandson of former De-
troiter. Gladys Schlussel
Oberman of Charleston,
S.C., and the late Mr.
Oberman, received the Fa-
culty::, Award, Science
Award, the Lt. John A.
McQueen Award and
French Award of the
Porter-Gaud School in
Charleston.

- Outjaf-town
guests
attending the recent Bat
MiftVa of Stacy Jo
Katin;iiaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hirvey Kahn, were
Beverly Weinberg of Bel-
mont, Mass.; Deborah
Weinberg Wayne of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Gluck of Somerset, N.J.;
and Mr. and Mrs. Lennie

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Friday, September 25, 1911 85

SHIRLEY & JACK FREED & FAMILY

and

JUNE & SEYMOUR RUBENSTEIN & FAMILY

of

PILLOW TALK

OFFER BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HEALTHY & HAPPY

NEW YEAR

8236 W. 9 MILE RD.

543-1406

A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR

MIRIAM HAMBURGER

was the first woman reci-
pient (in Michigan) of Is-
rael's Prime Minister's
Medal of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Hamburger and her
husband are active on be-
half of the American Israel
Cultural Foundation. They
hosted a special reception
for the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra when performed
in Detroit under the direc-
tion of Zubin Mehta.
Mames and Starkman
announced that a special
committee is being
mobilized to plan the event.

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our friends, relatives & customers.
May it bring a harvest rich
in all the good things of life

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Emery, Natalie,
Terri, Robert & Michelle

A HAPPY & HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

From Loretta, Rita & All The Girls at

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at Evergreen
Suite 100 - Heritage Plaza
Southfield, Mich. 48075

OPEN MON — SAT
10 A.M. - 5 P.M.

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Of Applegate Square

Extends Best Wishes
For The
New Year

Jill Raznick

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