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December 04, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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50 Friday, December 4, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chinese Ribs

AJCongress Official Due
Here for Talk on AWACS

Phil Baum, national
associate executive director
of the American Jewish
Congress, will address the
local affiliate 3 p.m. Sunday
at the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Baum will speak on "Con-
'sequences of the AWACS
Sale" and he will review
U.S. policy in the Middle
East.
An attorney, Baum di-
rects the AJCongress

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

Commission on Interna-
tional Affairs and super-
vises its program on Israel,
Soviet Jewry and Jews in
other lands.
A specialist in interna-
tional law, Baum has
written several publica-
tions on the Palestinians
and the PLO.
The public is invited free
of charge.

He doubles his gift who
gives in time.

2 lbs. lamb or veal ribs
/3 cup brown sugar
2 tbsps. soy sauce
3/4 cup catsup
3 /4 cup water
1 /3 cup lemon juice
Mix brown sugar, soy sauce,
catsup, water and lemon juice
and simmer for 15 minutes.
Pour over ribs and marinate in
refrigerator overnight. Broil
ribs 10 minutes on each side.
Drain fat. Bake in remaining
marinade 21/4 hours at 350 de-
grees or until tender. Baste
frequently.

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NEW YORK — In sepa-
rate actions, Pioneer
Women/Na'amat and Bnai
Brith Women have passed
resolutions, opposing U.S.
legislation that would out-
law abortion and reinstate
voluntary prayer in the
public schools.

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Bills Opposed

Philip Handleman, top photo, second from left,
accepts the Pikuach Nefesh Award on behalf of his
family from Philip Slomovitz. Pictured with them, are,
from left: David Handleman, Anna Slomovitz, Paul
Zuckerman and Louis Silverfarb. In bottom photo,
Mr. and Mrs. David Handleman are pictured with Dr.
Featuring
John Mames, chairman of the Michigan Region,
T.V. & Recording Artist
American Red Magen David for Israel.
VICKIE CARROLL
"Prolossional Entiortainm•nt"
* *
The Pikuach Nefesh communications equip-
354-0110
354-0771
Award of the American Red ment._
Magen David for Israel re-
cently was presented to the
Handleman Family "in
recognition of its donation
of a mobile intensive care
Registered Electrologists
unit to Israel's national
emergency medical and
Come in and let us remove your unwanted
blood service."
hair problem and improve your appear-
At the dedication cere-
ance.
monies, Philip Slomovitz,
officer and consultant for
Ask For Shirtee or Debby.
the Michigan Region,
ARMDI, presented the
Appt. Only
award to representatives of
11 Mile between Evergreen & Southfield
the Handleman Family.
The gift was made in
honor of Sally and Jos'eph
Handleman, immediate
past national president and
national vice chairman of
ARMDI.
Made To Order and Remade
The mobile intensive
care unit is equipped
with an EKG monitor
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and recorder, defibril-
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stretchers, two-way
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communication system,
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Paramedics assigned to
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mediately be able to ad-
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saving assistance with the
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availability of the medical

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for Vehicle Donation to MDA

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