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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TVS Honors Volunteers

The Jewish Vocational
Service and Community
Workshop honored 51 per-
sons "for their volunteer
services" through the
Senior Service Corps at the
fourth annual Senior Serv-
ice Corps recognition tea.
Honored were:

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Ella Balamut, Jennie Barris,
Irene Berman, Sylvia Binder,
Nettie Brenner, Bernard Broder,
Ann Chudler, Sophie Cohen,
Clara Collens, Anna Dub-
rowsky, Pauline Eichner, Grace
Finkel, Bertha Fischer, Sam
Fischer, Malvina Fried, Esther
Ginsburg, Eva Golden, Morris
Greenstein, Leah Hassin, Bessie
Helper, Jack Kanners, Toby
Kaufman, Clara Kleiman.
Bessie Leach, Selma Lesser,
Hannah Levadi, Lillian
Lichtenstein, Pauline Maness,
Kate Muffin, Irving Paull, Rose
Paull, Norman Patler, Sophie
Pergament, Rose Pook, Char-
lotte Radin, Betty Rodner, Li-
lyan Rosenblatt, Ann Ross, San-
dor Rotter.
Also Marilyn Schiffman,
Thelma Schneider, Dorothy
Schucart, Bella Shulman, Sol
Silberstein, Edna Silk, Marie
Silverman, Ann Silverstein,
Frieda Steinharter, Bess Sten-
buck, Sylvia Tannenbaum, Ruth
Traison, Rose Venitsky, Rose
Wagner, Sandra Weisberg.

The volunteers donate
their time to the Jewish
Community Center, Fresh
Air Society, Sinai Hospital,
Mt. Cannel Hospital, New
Grace Hospital, National
Council of Jewish Women,
United Hebrew Schools,
Hadassah and the Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University.
The tea was the occasion
to introduce the new
JVS-CW film, "The Agency
That Works."

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The Mystere, Mirage and
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persons of Jewish descent.

Moses, Aaron and Miriam
led the Exodus from Egypt.

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Women's Bicur Cholem Plans
Annual Donor at Beth Shalom

Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization will hold its
annual donor luncheon
noon July 12 at Cong. Beth
Shalom, announces Presi-
dent Sylvia Cohen.
Entertainment will be
provided by Janet Pont.
Mary Bookstein is donor
chairman. For tickets, call
Ann Shifman, 557-7990; or
Jean Shifman, 557-7104.
Organized in 1938 and
chartered in 1940, the
women's organization has
devoted itself to the needy
and sick. The women have
supplied funds for a porta-
ble isolette for premature
babies at Children's Hospi-
tal and a fluid pump isolette
for an intensive care nur-
sery in Jerusalem.
Among its ongoing ac-
tivities are: support of the
Jewish chapel at North-
ville State Hospital,
Haverim Homes of the
Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens, Mo'os
Hitim. Passover drive and
Israel Emergency Fund.
Under the direction of
Cooperative Council, the
women assist at Hanuka
parties at state hospitals.

the radio frequency the site
was using for missile guid-
ance, Newsweek reported.
A second drone followed,
equipped with a high-
explosive warhead and a
device that enabled it to
home in on its target by
guiding itself along the
site's own radar beam.

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Detroit Mayor Coleman A. Young, second from
right, was honored recently by the Afro - Asian Insti-
tute of the Israel Histadrut Campaign at a testimonial
dinner at the Westin Hotel. Members of the dais who
were on hand to pay tribute to Mayor Young, were,
from left: columnist Carl T. Rowan, Federal District
Court Judge Damon J. Keith, Rev. Charles W. Butler
of New Calvary Baptist Church and Morris Lieber-
man, chairman of the Israel Histadrut Campaign.

Louise Waterman Wise
Awards of the American
Jewish Congress were pre-
sented to Leona Chanin and
Arlene Francis at a lunch-
eon is New York last month.
Mrs. Chanin, senior vice
president of the American
Jewish Congress, recently
completed three years as
chairman of the Leadership
Conference of National
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions.
Miss Francis, an actress,
is currently co-host for
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Life," a weekly series de-
voted to the needs and
interests of the New York
area's older citizens.

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month's invasion of Leba-
non has been revealed by
Newsweek magazine.
The Israelis first sent a
drone — a small, pilotless
aircraft — buzzing over a
SAM installation to detect

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