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January 27, 1984 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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Zuckerman Funds MDA =Scholarship

The establishment of a
Magen David Adorn (MDA)
Paramedic Training Schol-
arship in Israel by Detroiter
Paul Zuckerman has been
announced by Dr. John J.
Mames, chairman of Michi-
gan Region, and Dr. Morris
Starkman, chairman of
Medical-Dental Council of
the local chapter, American
Red Magen David for Israel
- (ARMDI).
MDA is preparing a corps
of skilled paramedics who
upon successful completion

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patient's response by tele-
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tors in local hospitals. The
paramedics will man the
sophisticated mobile inten-
sive care ambulances used
to save the lives of heart at-
tack and accident victims as
well as the critically ill.
Zuckerman is chair-
man of the World Fund-
Raising Committee of the
Jewish Agency and past
chairman and president
of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. He is president of
AKIM, U.S.A. (for re-
tarded citizens in Israel)
and serves on the board

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of directors, Michigan
Region — ARMDI.
During his recent visit to
Israel, Zuckerman met with
Dan Arnon, director of the
International Department
of MDA and discussed some
of the immediate challenges
facing MDA. He was also
presented with a special
Magen David Adorn medall-
ion.
Mames and Starkman
pointed out that Zuckerman
will be receiving a Helping
Hand Award "for displaying
exemplary commitment to
the humanitarian goals of
Magen David Adorn, and in
grateful recognition of his
dedicated efforts on behalf
of MDA and the people of
Israel."

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles)
Events

JEWISH SINGLES/
PARENTS NETWORK
OF ANN ARBOR will
have a discussion on "Sex
and the Single Jew" 8 p.m.
Feb. 4 in the home of Jane
Friedman, 1805 Stadium
Blvd., Ann Arbor. Sylvia
Hacker, professor in the
School of Nursing at the
University of Michigan,
will lead the discussion.
Participants are requested
to bring snacks or desserts
to share. There is an admis-
sion fee. For reservations,
call Ms. Friedman, 996-
1245.

Friday, January 27, 1984 25

Jewish Home for Aged, SZ
Affiliates Join for Program

Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sis-
terhood, Men's Club and the
Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for Aged will co-
sponsor a special slide lec-
ture program featuring
Charles S. Wolfe, executive
vice president of the Jewish
Home for Aged, at 8 p.m.
Thursday at Shaarey
Zedek.
The program will
chronicle Wolfe's recent trip
to the Peoples' Republic of
China and the Soviet
Union. While on this trip,
Wolfe had contact with
many Soviet refusniks, and
participated in Shavuot
services in the synagogue in
Moscow.

CHARLES WOLFE

The program is open to
the public free of charge.

* * *

MDA Deploys
Special Vehicles

TEL AVIV — Magen
David Adorn, Israel's emer-
gency medical service, has
deployed specially equipped
four-wheel-drive ambu-
lances to the northern
Galilee, the Golan Heights,
Jerusalem and Beersheva,
areas where winter rains or
snow can effect road condi-
tions.
The four-wheel-drive ve-
hicles were contributed by
the American Red Magen
David for Israel.

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NEW YORK The Jacob
Goodman Institute for Mid-
dle East Research and In-
formation, established by
Mrs. Libby Goodman in
memory of her late hus-
band,- will open Feb. 22 at
ZOA House in New York.
Speakers at the inaugu-
ration will include Meir
Rosenne, Ambassador of Is-
rael to the United States,
and Morris Abrams, vice
chairman of the U.S. Corn-
mission on Civil Rights and
former president of Bran-
deis University.
Ivan J. Novick, im-
mediate past president of
the Zionist Organization of
America, has been named
chairman of the board for
the new Jacob Goodman In-
stitute. Mr. Novick, citing
the infamous slanders per-
petrated by the United Na-
tions against Israel and
Zionism in numerous reso-
lutions said that, "ZOA feels
a responsibility to educate
various levels of American
society by confronting the
issues through research and
discourse based on history
and fact."
Said Novick, "An aim of
the institute is to provide a
multi-faceted approach
which will focus on and
examine the events, politics
and personalities that di-
rectly affect the future of
the relationship between
the United States and Is-
rael." The institute," said
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forcefully combat the nega-
tive propaganda aimed at
Israel and the Zionist
movement."

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