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February 10, 1984 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-10

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friday, February 10 1984 3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Step Up to Israel' Conference Draws National Leaders

(Continued from Page 1)
vestment opportunities,
volunteering, retirement
and aliya. .
Aliya will be the cen-
tral focus of Mrs. Lavie's
remarks. She made aliya
from England in 1951, and
devotes a great deal of her
time to the Israel Aliya
Center in New York, ad-

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Phone; (313) 557-6644

Monday thru Thursday,
9 AM to 5 PM

Friday 9 AM to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

KEREN KAVENIETH LEISRAEL

zhak Mintz, Habonim chairman.
"OPERATION 1,000" -
shaliakh; Dubi Avigur,
Hatzair Volunteering — Shmuel
Hashomer
shaliakh. Ralph Levy, Hollander, shaliakh, Israel
Aliya Center in New York;
chairman.
Pro- Jacqui and Jerry Kaufman.
UNIVERSITY
grams — Danny Pins, Donna Sklar, chairman.
TRAVEL,
YOUTH
shaliakh, Israel Aliya Cen-
ter in Boston; Richard Study Programs and Schol-
Lugar. Dr. Sheila Lampert, arships — representative of
the American Zionist Youth
chairman.
HOW TO COPE With Foundation; Ralph Cwer-
Your Children Living in Is- man and Rabbi Harold Loss.
rael — Harmon Bayer, Ezekiel Leikin, chairman.
president of the Detroit Displays and literature
Chapter of the Association will be available in the
of Parents of American Is- Jewish Community Center
raelis. Ruth Maroko, lobby, and Israeli foods and

refreshments will be sold.
The conference is free and
open to the public.

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dressing groups of potential Moshe Gur Weinberger, di-
olim (immigrants) as well rector of the Israel Govern-
ment Investment and Ex-
as parents of olim.
Both she and her husband port Authority for the Mid-
have listed aliya as the west; Richard Lipschultz,
number one priority for member of the executive
American Jews. board of the American-
Conference registra- Israel Chamber of Corn-
tion will be held between merce and Industry for the
12:30 and 1 p.m. Sunday. Midwest; David Holtzman.
At 1 p.m., conference Alex Blumenberg, chair-
chairman Annette Mes- man.

RETIREMENT
kin will welcome
attendees. Paul Borman Maurice Friedlander,
will introduce Mrs. Lavie. president of the North
The audio-visual pre- American Aliya Movement.
sentation "Detroit Con- Sam Lipson, chairman.
KIBUTZ and Garin — It-
nection Update 1984" will
be shown, showing De-
troiters who recently
made aliya. There will
also be an awards cere-
mony recognizing De-
troiters planning to make
aliya.
Concurrent workshops
will be held at 2 p.m. to be
repeated at 3 p.m. The
workshops include:
ALIYA — Zeev Sabo, Is-
rael aliya shaliakh for the
Midwest, and Sybil Zim-
merman, author of "Coming
Home." Donald Fox, chair-
man.
TRAVEL — Efrat
Feninger, Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Bureau; Lynn
Koppinger, El Al Israel Air-
lines; Masha Silver, Israeli
travel guide. Etta and Mel
Mermel, chairmen.
BUSINESS and Invest-
ment opportunities —

(Continued from Page 1)
Lerner said the grant
will be used by March 30.
It will help meet the
emergency food needs of
the Jewish poor who live
on meager resources but
who are especially short
of money for food this
year because of high util-
ity bills.
Lerner stated that when a
$40,000 FEMA grant for
food was given to needy
Jewish families, from
July-September 1983, most
of those getting the food
were living on incomes far
below the poverty level.
Five hundred fifty-seven
individuals benefited from
the previous FEMA grant.
It is expected that more will
apply for and be eligible for
the new funds.
The FEMA program is
administered at JFS by Ar-
lene Goldberg, casework
supervisor; and James
Miller, controller.

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at 'Good Fence'
Aids Lebanese

JERUSALEM — Magen
Davdi Adorn, Israel's emer-
gency medical service, is
maintaining its aid station
along the Lebanese border
at Metulla.
Wounded or ill Arab vil-
lagers from Lebanon come
to the station for treatment,
and dialysis patients no
longer able to get treatment
in Lebanon are brought to
the station for transfer to Is-
raeli hospitals in MDA am-
bulances.

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