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July 23, 1982 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-23

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62 Friday, July 23, 1982



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PICK THE
GREETING
OF YOUR CHOICE

Best wishes fora
happy, healthy
New Year

May the coming

year be filled

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our friends

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THESE ARE SAMPLES OF
THE ONLY GREETINGS
BEING OFFERED THIS YEAR
TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE
JEWISH NEWS ROSH
HASHANA ISSUE OF
SEPT. 17, 1982.

and friends

$14

#4

Wishing all our family and
friends a year of
health and happiness

#5

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family

NAME

#6

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
five-month strike by Druze
on the Golan Heights to pro-
test Israel's annexation of
the area was ended Tuesday
by leaders of the Druze
community.
The strike, which was
triggered by Israel's insis-
tence that the Golan Druze
carry Israeli identity cards,
had become relatively inef-
fective since the war in
Lebanon began last month.
At a meeting in the Golan

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May the coming year be
one filled with health,
happiness and
prosperity for all our
friends and family.

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and Friends,
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year filled with
happiness,
health and prosperity

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Dr. Sidney Adler, a physi-
cian in internal medicine
with offices in the Fisher
Building, died July 20.
Dr. Adler, 73, was a past
treasurer and member of
the trustees and council of
the Wayne County Medical
Society. He was a past
president of the Michigan
State Medical Society and
served on many committees
• of the two societies.
He was an authority and
pioneer in the uses of insu-
lin and had written books on
the subject.

He was a life member of
the American College of
Physicians, charter
member of the American
Diabetes Association, the
American Society of
Internal Medicine, the
American Public Health
Association and the
American Geriatrics
Society.

Betty Grushoff

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period of four weeks to three
months. A portion of the
travel expenses will be sub-
sidized by the project which
is under the guidance of the
Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

Volunteers will be di-
vided into two groups,
one to do agricultural
work while the other will
be trained for guard
duty. Provisions have
been made for religious
persons including Torah
studies. Departure dates
for the project- will be
Aug. 1, 15 and Sept. 1.

For information,
Americans for a Safe L.
147 E. 76th St., New l iOt rC,
N.Y. 10021.

J

town of Majdel Shams,
where the decision was
taken to end the strike, the
Druze leaders issued a
statement requesting Is-
raeli assurances that their
land would not be appropri-
ated, that they would not be
inducted into the Israeli
armed forces and that their
children be permitted to
travel to Damascus for
studies. The government
said it would consider the
request.

Dr. Sidney Adler, 73

He was a captain in the
Navy medical corps during
World War II.
He was a past president of
Blue Cross-Blue Shield of

-

NAME

NEW YORK — A delega-
tion representing Isrel,
consisting mostly of army
reservists who have re-
cently been fighting in
Lebanon, has arrived in the
United States to recruit
American men, aged 18-35.
The recruits will work in
communities in the Golan
and other areas to fill in for
army reservists called to
duty during the war. A
limited number of young
women in the same age
bracket will also be ac-
cepted to the program,
which is being sponsored by
Americans for a Safe Israel.
The young men and
women can volunteer for a

Druze Strike in Golan Over

#3— NAME —$20.50

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

Israeli Group Seeks U.S.
Volunteers for War Effort

Michigan and a past board
member of the National
Association of Blue Shield.
He was a member of the
staff of Harper Hospital and
was an assistant professor
of clinical medicine at
Wayne State University
School of Medicine. He was
a 1933 graduate of Johns
Hopkins University School
of Medicine in Baltimore.
Dr. Adler leaves his wife,
Arla; a daughter, Judith; a
sister, Mrs. Rose White of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; and two
brothers, Nathan and John
Henry Adler.

Milton Smith

Milton D. Smith, 51, vice
president of Sullivan-Smith
real estate developers, died
July 17.
Mr. Smith was a native of
Detroit. He was a member of
Knollwood Country Club
and Temple Beth El.
He leaves his w ife,
Joanne; two sons, Richard of
New York, and Daniel; a
daughter, Patricia; his
mother, Mrs. Barney (Mar-
ion) Smith; two brothers,
Craig and Robert; and a sis-
ter, -Mrs. David (Lois)
Robinson.

Betty A. Grushoff, 54, a
second grade teacher at Key
Elementary School in Oak
Park for 19 years, died July
19.
D. Frankfurter
Mrs. Grushoff was active
TEL AVIV — David
in a teaching sorority and in Frankfurter, 72, who in
Oakland County educa- 1936 assassinated the 0 ---
tional committees. A riative man leader of the s
of Poland, she lived 47 years Party in Switzerland, cued
in Detroit.
this week.
She leaves her husband,
Jerry; two daughters, Mrs.
Ronald (Janice) Hartwell JTS Names Two
and. Mrs. James (Claudia) NEW YORK — Rabbi
Cotter; a son, Kerrey; her David Gordis of Los Angeles
mother, Mrs. Mary Zate; and Rabbi Morton Leifman
a brother, Seymour Zate; of New York have been
two sisters, Gladys Zate and named vice presidents of the
Mrs. Samuel (Dolores) Fox; Jewish Theological Semi-
and five grandchildren. nary of America.

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