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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 6, 1982 23

Magen David Adorn Testimonial to Honor the Charlupskis

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Char-
lupski will receive the Dis-
tinguished Humanitarian
Service Award of the
American Red Magen
David for Israel at the
Michigan Region's annual
testimonial dinner Sept. 12
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The announcement was
made by Dr. John J. Mames,
chairman of the region, and
Dr. Morris Starkman,
chairman of the medical-
dental council.
The Charlupskis are
being cited for "their out-
standing and continuous
support of the life-saving
and far-reaching
humanitarian programs of
Magen David Adom, Is-
rael's national emergency
medical, blood and ambu-
lance service, and for their
splendid philanthropic
generosity and dedicated ef-
forts which aided numerous
charitable social, cultural
and educational causes here
and in Israel."
A special Allen and
Franka Charlupski MDA
Paramedics Training
Scholarship Fund is

FRANKA CHARLUPSKI

ALLEN CHARLUPSKI

being established in their
honor.
Allen Charlupski was
born in Poland is a survivor
of Auschwitz and immig-
rated to the U.S. in 1949. He
is vice chairman of the
board of Frederick-Herrud
Co.
His support and affilia-
tion with various organiza-
tions includes Bnai Brith
Einstein Lodge (past hon-
oree on behalf of Israel
Bonds), Jewish National
Fund, Bar-Ilan University,
Technion, Hebrew Univer-

sity, Jewish Theological
Seminary of America,
Craftsman Lodge, Yeshiva
University, United Jewish
Appeal, Israel Bonds (Prime
Minister Club, Canal Foun-
der) and the Holocaust
Memorial Center (associate
chairman of the Capital and
Endowment Fund Section).
Several years ago the
Charlupski Foundation es-
tablished a nursery in
Kiryat Bialik, Israel in
honor of Charlupski's 60th
birthday.
Mrs. Charlupski, also a

survivor of the Holocaust
(Auschwitz, Bergen-
Belsen) and a native of
Poland, has been active
in many Jewish com-
munal charities and on
behalf of Israel. For three
years she served as the
chairman of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division.
Mrs. Charlupski is a life
member of Einstein Chap-
ter Bnai Brith, Hadassah,
Pioneer Women and Ameri-
can Mizrachi Women.
She also is active in
Women's American ORT,

Paid for by the Committee to Retain Judge Bernard A. Friedman.

Robert Mames, MDA Volunteer
Tells of Israel's Merciful Acts

years ago, was among the
first Israeli casualties in the
war when he refused to re-
sist children with guns and
was shot down by a mere
youngster. The obituary of
Dr. Landes was in The
Jewish News four weeks
ago.
Israel's hope, Mames
said, is for a speedy end of
the war because the Jewish
state's casualties are im-
mense. He said the feeling
in Israel is that the Peace
Now demonstrations are
normal and commendable
but they do not tell the feel-
ings of the Israelis that the
agonies of war cannot be re-
duced by permitting a con-
tinuation of the accumu-
lated dangers to survival.
With hundreds of trucks

constantly transporting
captured weapons from the
terrorists' military arsenals
in Lebanon to Israel, the Is-
raelis have proof that vast
armies were in view for
eventual attacks on Israel.
Therefore, with the pain
that grips all Israelis over
their own casualties as well
as the inevitable sufferings
among civilians in Leba-
non, the unity of the people
of Israel for a speedy end to
the menace that is ter-
rorism is much more con-
vincing than the anti-
government demonstra-
tions, Mames said.

The Married Group of
Temple Beth El announces
a new program: "Preparing
for Jewish Parenting
(P.J.P.)", open to the Jewish
community,
The primary goal of PJP
will be to provide a Jewish
content and values compo-
nent for parents-to-be as
they experience childbirth
classes and anticipate the
arrival of a newborn.

In addition to the Lamaze
training for childbirth,
topics to be covered in the
program include: Jewish
values concerning life,
birth, and parenting; cir-
cumcision and baby-
naming ceremonies; choos-
ing a Jewish name; and de-
veloping family customs.
Meeting weekly, on
Monday evenings, the
P.J.P. group will be con-

We support

Maryann

Mahaffey

. . . our candidate
for United States
Congress

Your fight
is her fight!

Robert Mames is the son
of Dr. and Mrs. John
Mames, the MDA-executive
leaders in Michigan.

Jewish Parenting Program
to Begin at Temple Beth El

ducted by Rabbi Norman
T. Roman of Temple Beth
El, and Wendy Fields, a
certified childbirth in-
structor. The course is
scheduled to begin on
Aug. 16, and is limited to
10 couples.
For information, call
Rabbi Roman, 851-1100.

Youth Shabat
Is Observed

Young Israel of South-
field will observe Youth
Shabat at services 7 p.m.
today and 9:15 a.m. Satur-
day.
Participants include: Dan
Goldschlag, Psukai Dzim-
rah; Zev Morgenstern,
Shaharit; Joseph Green-
baum, Gabai; David
Goldschlag, Torah reading;
and Ronnie Teller, Musaf.

Brith Women's Chil-
dren's House in Israel.
The Lubavitch Center is a
beneficiary of their sup-
port.
They are members of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
Zionist Organization of
A
_ merica.
Mames and Starkman
announced that a commu-
nity tribute committee is
being formed to assist the
event. For information, call
American Red Magen
David for Israel, 353-0433;
or Mrs. Larry Brenners,
357-3571.

The Governor was right . . . He's the best man for the job
Keep Judge Bernard A. Friedman, 48th District Court.

* * *

Robert Mames, junior
medical student at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, back
from three weeks of volun-
teer services with the
Magen David Adom, the Is-
rael equivalent of the Red
Cross, said close association
with the Israel military and
with the people leaves one
with the conviction that
there is a spirit of unques-
tioned mercy in the land in
dealing with the Lebanese.
"Daily, we had to deal
with planeloads of youths
injured in the war who were
treated in Israeli hospitals,"
he reported. He said that
scores of Lebanese were
given aid by Israelis, and
that the only motivation for
the war was to end the ter-
rorist threats.
Describing his visits in
Kiryat Shmona and the
northern Israeli com-
munities which were shel-
led by the terrorists for
many years, Mames said
the feeling is that the terror
must end in the interest of
peace for Lebanon as well as
Israel.
"We saw the evidence,"
he said, "of mere children
having been taken by the
terrorists when they con-
trolled Lebanese cities
and villages forcing them
to be their conscripts to
z carry weapons for them.
Now Lebanese children
are being treated in Is-
raeli hospitals, as in the
instance of 42 injured
when a bus they were on
was struck by a PLO
shell. They were im-
mediately flown to Israel
for medical treatment."
Mames said that his close
friend, Dr. Stephen Landes,
who worked with him while
Mames was a volunteer for
the MDA in Israel three

Jewish National Fund and
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sis-.
terhood.
The Charlupskis are in-
volved in the Holocaust
Oral History Project. Mrs.
Charlupski participates in
various presentations, dis-
cussion and symposia for
high school students, help-
ing to expose and teach the
tragic lessons of the
Holocaust.
In November 1980, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlupski
were recognized for their
refurnishing of a
classroom in the Bnai

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Detroit City Council, 81/2 years
Co-Chair, S.E. Michigan Coalition for a Fair National Budget
Professor, Wayne State University
Michigan Democratic State Central Committee
Chair, Michigan State Nutrition Commission
Chair, Coalition for Better Health Care

HER PROGRAM

• Protection of Social Security
• Opposition to Reaganomics
• A national declaration of unemployment emergency for Michi-
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Partial list of Endorsers:

Robert Alpert
Harriett Arnowitz
Evelyn Baron
Dr. Gene Baron
Bernie Barth
Norma Barth
Jeanette Brooks
Edwina Davis
Herman Dooha
Edward J. Fader
Rosemary Fader

Laura Fireman
Al Fishman
Morris Gleicher
Sara Gleicher
David Goldberg
Ruth Goldberg
William Goodman
Bella Honeyman
Allan L. Kaufman
Diana Leventer
Jan Leventer

THE RECORD

• Lifelong advocate of a strong, secure and sovereign Israel
• Supports U.S. aid to Israel, and favors a Mideast peace to end
terroristic attacks, to establish a free democratic Lebanon and
to guarantee Israeli security
• Fought for ratification of E.R.A
• A leader in the struggle for women's equality

• Adequate funding for effective human services, student and
senior citizen programs
• A verifiable freeze on nuclear weapons and a reduction in
unnecessary weapons spending

Phil Levin
Calvin Lippitt
Betty Malos
Dr. Herb Malos
Annetta Miller
Dr. Bernhard Pepper
Dr. Edward Pintzuk
Reba Pintzuk
Allyn Ravitz
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Helen R. Samberg
Harriett Saperstein
Ethel Schwartz
Hal Shapiro
Rudy Simons
Gary Sklar
David Smokier
Ned Smokier
Jacqueline Steingold
Elinor Waters
Maurice Waters
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We urge you to vote for

Maryann Mahaffey

Democrat for U.S. Congress

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