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July 01, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 1, 1983

Haaretz Editor
Cited by Review

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
The World Press Review
announced Tuesday the
selection of Gershom
Schocken, editor and pub-
lisher of the Israeli daily,
Haaretz, as international
editor of the year.
Alfred Balk, editor of the
Review, an independent
monthly digest of world
press opinion, said Shocken
was the first Middle East
editor to receive the desig-
nation since the selection
program was started in
1975.

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Ann (Lesnick) Carron, 661-2580; Mary Horwitz, 851-2116

Auxiliary Aids New Aged Home

The Fleischman Resi-
dence fund-raising drive re-
ceived a major boost re-
cently from the Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish
Honie for Aged. Auxiliary
president Geraldine Mar-
golis presented' a check for
$50,000 to Robert A. Stein-
berg, president of the Home,
and Paul Borman, a fund-
raising chairman.
The gift is part of a $5
million fund .&-ive for the
reside4e, under construc-
tion ailaple-Drake under
the aegis of the home. The
fund drive is accelerating
through the summer.
Occupancy at the residence
is scheduled for February.
According to Mrs. Mar-
s, the funds were raised
through Membership dues,
proceeds from the auxil-
iabr's gift shop and Nosh
NoOk, and individual con ,

Likud, Labor
it Close Race

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Pub-
/iCopinion polls taken at the
beginning of June show
Likud and the Labor
Alignment running neck
and neck, if elections were
held during the first week of
the month.
A Modiin Ezrachi poll,
published in the Jerusalem
Post and Maariv, gives
Likud 47 seats in the 120-
member Knesset as against
46 for Labor.
Brit another poll carried
out during the same period
by the Pori Public Opinion
Institute of Israel gave
Labor 38.6 percent of the
vote, ahead of Likud's 35.8
percent.

Geraldine Margolis is shown presenting a check
from the Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary to Paul
Borman, left, and Robert Steinberg for the Fleis-
chman Residence.
tributions. She said that the of volunteers whose
auxiliary's enthusiastic fund-raising projects and
participation in the new many programs for
project is "a symbol of the enriching the lives of the
women's continuing dedica- residents at Borman Hall
tion to the home and those it and Prentis Manor have
become an integral part
serves." •
The volunteer group of the home. A life mem-
was established more bership drive is currently
than 70 years ago to aug- under way to further
ment the work of the strengthen the auxil-
home's staff. Through the iary's efforts.
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Expert for MDA dence office, 661-2999.
TEL AVIV — Dr. Mickey
Eisenberg, of the Medical Herzl Yahrzeit
Center in Seattle, Wash.
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
and an expert in pre-
hospital emergency The 20th of Tammuz, the
anniversary of the death of
medicine, has taken a sab-
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David Adorn in Israel. He brated as the "Day of
has offered to develop the Zionism," starting next
MDA Mobile Intensive Care year, it was announced here
service, (MICU), and to in- by the World Zionist Organ-
struct in the MDA ization's General Council.
Premier Menahem Begin
Paramedic Training Pro-
has endorsed the idea.
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