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July 15, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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Friday, July 15, 1983 .41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Charlupskis Win Pikuah Nefesh Award from Magen David Adorn

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Mr. and Mrs. Allen
(Franka) Charlupski re-
ceived the Pikuah Nefesh
Award of Magen David
Adom, Israel's emergency
medical and blood service
"in recognition of their gift
of a life-saving special am-

bulance to the people of Is-
rael."
The Charlupskis donated
the fully equipped mobile
intensive care unit to the
MDA in memory of parents
Mr, and Mrs. Joel (Esther)
Weintraub and Mr. and

Jewry on the Air

FOR THE FINEST

Mrs. Solomon (Helen) Char-
lupski.

The Charlupskis were
honored last year by the
Michigan Region of the
American Red Magen
David for Israel at a tes-
timonial dinner at which
the couple received the
agency's Distinguished
Humanitarian Service
Award.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

Melody Musicale
to Have Election

Melody Musicale will
have its election of officers 8
p.m. July 28 in the home of
Jackie Rogers, 23105 Pro-
vidence Dr., Apt. 307,
Southfield,
Martha Wheeler will pre-
TEL AVIV — Unique sent a beauty care demon-
photographs collected from stration and nutrition talk.
all over the world will be in- Refreshments will be
cluded in a special Beth served.
For information and
Hatefutsoth exhibition to be
opened in September de- reservations, call Florence
scribing the Jewish agricul- Malach, 569-3874; or Ruth
tural. experience in the Katzman, 968-1794.
The installation of offi-
Diaspora.
The material for the ex- cers will be held 2 p.m.
hibition was collected in a Aug. 7 in the home of
worldwide campaign. The Ruth Handelman, 15030
opening of the exhibition Dartmouth, Oak Park.
will be followed by an inter- Dessert will be served. A
national symposium on the pool party will follow.
subject of Jewish agricul- New members are wel-
come.
ture.
-- For reservations, call Ms.
Katzman or Evelyn Berger,
559-1282.
Auditions will be held in
August for singers and in-
strumentalists. For details,
call Louise Lazarus, 547-
0168; Florence Meites,
341-8494; or Ms. Malach.

Farm Exhibit at
Beth Hatefutsoth

EVELYN NOVECK

presented by Ms. Noveck. A
musical program will fea-
ture Cantor Earl Berris.
Marcia Robinson, Sara
Wohl, Esther Berlinberg,
Etta Kaplan and Rae Tobe,
who were the top-five fund
raisers in the spring canis-
ter drive, also will be hon-
ored. Canister chairmen
Minna Herman and Mary
Shuster will present these
awards.

Dr. Fill Receives Honoray
Bar-Ilan Doctorate Degree

TAU Opens Labs

Detroiter Dr. Leon Fill, left, was among the hon-
orary doctorate degree recipients at Bar-Ilan Univer
sity. Pictured with him, are, from left: Dr. Arno A.
Penzias, degree recipient; Prof. Emanuel Rackman,
president of the university; and Morton Tarter, de-
gree recipient.

TEL AVIV — Fifteen new
laboratories were dedicated
at Tel Aviv University's
Center for Biotechnology,
upon the inauguration of
the Mexico Floor. The Cen-
ter for Biotechnology is
headed by Prof. Ephraim
Katzir, former president of
Israel.
The inaugurations were
held in conjunction with a
symposium on "Achieve-
ments and Expected De-
velopments in Biotechnol-
ogy," organized by the cen-
ter.

CAFE SHALOM: 8 pan.
Monday, WCAR (1090),
music, news and features
from Israel plus community
announcements, with Bella
Greenbaum, Fay Knoll,
Masha Silver and Marilyn
Smith.

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The invocation will be
recited by Evelyn Rosen.
Luncheon music will be
provided by Mrs.
Seymour Kraus.
Eligibility for attendance
by Pioneer Women/Naamat
members is a minimum con-
tribution towards the
spiritual adoption program.
This program allows a
woman in the United States
to contribute towards the
care of children in one of
three day/night homes sup-
ported by Naamat in Israel.
A picture of the child is sent
to the person who under-
takes a complete spiritual
adoption.
There is a fee for the
luncheon. For reservations,
call the Pioneer Women/
Naamat office, 967-4750.

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

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Evelyn Noveck, im-
mediate past' president of
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
Greater Detroit Council,
will chair the group's
Spiritual Adoption Lunch-
eon to be held noon Thurs-
day at Hamilton Place.
This year's luncheon hon-
ors -Bess Berris, 1983
Michigan "mother of the
year," with a special award

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Evelyn Noveck Will Chair
Pioneer Women Lunch

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (580), • Rabbi
Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.
** *
HELLO JERUSALEM:
2 p.m. Sunday, Cable
Channel 26, features from
Israel.
** *
RELIGIOUS SCOPE:
8:50 p.m. Sunday, Channel
9, Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
will moderate' a program of
Jewish interest.
** *
COFFEE WITH HY: 7
p.m. Monday, WCAR

(1090), a program of corn-
munity interest, moderated
by Hy Shenkman.
* * *
YIDDISH IS HEIMISH:
7:30 p.m. Monday, WCAR
(1090), an all-Yiddish pro-
gram of music, news, inter-
views and other features
with Hy Shenkman.
* * *

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THE JEWISH SOUND:
6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95) and 8 a.m. Sunday
WNIC-AM (1310). Rabbi
Yitzchak Kagan is the mod-
erator.

FRE NC H ROLLS

Dr. Norman Segal, left, an officer of the Michigan
Region, ARMDI, presents the Pikuah Nefesh award to
Franka and Allen Charlupski, second and third from
left. Pictured with them are Mala Dorfman and Dr.
John Mames, chairman of the local chapter.

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