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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

Carmi Slomovitz named chairman of Magen David Adorn dinner

Carmi M. Slomovitz has
been named chairman of the
annual testimonial dinner
of the Michigan Region of
the American Red Magen
David for Israel (ARMDI) to
be held 6 p.m. Sept. 12 at

Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Dr. John J. Mames,
chairman of the Michigan
Region, and Dr. Morris
Starkman, chairman
Medical-Dental Council
ARMDI, said that the event

will honor Paul and Helen
Zuckerman.
Slomovitz, business man-
ager of The Jewish News, is
active on behalf of numer-
ous community and Israeli
philanthropic and educa-
tional causes.
With his wife, Sharron,
Slomovitz serves on the
board of the Michigan
Region ARMDI and they
are the founders-patrons of
the new Magen David Adorn
(MDA) National Blood Cen-
ter, under construction in
Ramat Gan.
They also established a
MDA Paramedics Training
Scholarship and are reci-
pients of the ARMDI
Humanitarian Award and
Helping Hands Awards for
"their lasting dedicated in-
volvement in the well being
and in the destiny of that

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Carmi Slomovitz

velopment), Centennial
Lodge B'nai B'rith (former
officer), American Israeli
Chamber of Commerce (De-
troit Chapter Executive
Committee).
Also City of Hope, Jewish
War Veterans (former na-
tional deputy and
adjutant-Bale Post), Jewish
Vocational Service and
Community Workshop
Max M. Fisher Jewish (former trustee), Detroit
Community Foundation, Technion Society (board
which is funded by the Fed- member) Hadassah Associ-
eration. It will be conducted
by a team of researchers
from the university's School
of Social Work in coopera-
tion with the Institute of So-
cial Research at U-M. Prof.
Milan Dluhy, who has con-
ducted similar surveys for
the Area Agency on Aging
for the cities of Detroit and
Flint, will direct the project.
The survey has been
undertaken as part of the
work of the Federation Task
Force on Community Based
Services to the Non-
Institutionalized Elderly,
chaired by Dr. Conrad L.
Giles. Questions are de-
signed to determine the use
of various community
organizations associated
with Federation, how
people who use the services
feel about their quality and
what other services older Jason Gordon
area residents would like to
Sarah and Eric Gordon of
use if they were available.
Southfield proudly an-
nounce the bar mitzvah of
their son, Jason Samuel
Gordon, will take place at
Parkinson's
Shabbat services at 8:45
a.m. Aug. 18 at Cong. Beth
support group
Achim.
plans meeting
Jason's bar mitzvah will
be twinned with a Russian
A Parkinson's Disease Jewish ,teen, Mazol
Support Group will meet on Shamaev, who is denied the
Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the privilege of publicly celeb-
Bright Spot of the South- eating his bar mitzvah by
field Senior Adult Center, Russian law. Mazol is the
24350 Civic Center Dr.
son of refuseniks Yaffa and
This support group and Boris Shamaev of Derbent.
others in the Detroit area The idea of a twinned bar
and surrounding suburbs mitzvah is especially sig-
4iave been organized to pro- nificant to Jason's family
vide opportunities to learn because his great-grand-
more about Parkinson's, its parents immigrated from
treatment and manage- Russia to the United States.
ment. The meetings are free Some of their family still
of charge and open' to Par- remains in Russia.
kinson patients, their
In Mazol's honor, Jason
families and friends.
will read from the Torah
For information, call De- and chant the Maftir and
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nation through the
humanitarian efforts of
Magen David Adorn (MDA),
Israel's Emergency Medi-
cal, Blood and Ambulance
Service."
Slomovitz counts among
his former and present af-
filiations the Allied Jewish
Campaign (former chair-
man Printers and Pub-
lishers Section), Jewish Na-
tional Fund (former
president, JNF Council of
Metropolitan Detroit),
Zionist Organization of De-
troit (former president and
-former chairman Balfour
Conceft; life member, board
of directors), Detroit Zionist
Federation (first president),
American Zionist Federa-
tion, Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens, Hillel
Day School (former chair-
man board of governors, de-

ates (life member), Jewish
Historical Society of Detroit
(life member), Jewish Wel-
fare Board, Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts (Founders
Society), Association for
Soldiers Welfare in Israel,
American Jewish Commit-
tee, American Jewish His-
torical Society, The
Hundred Club, Knollwood
Country Club.
The Slomovitzes are
members of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and Slomovitz served
on the Adult Education
Committee and Public Re-
lations Committee of the
congregation.

Slomovitz has received
many commendations and
awards.
The September testimo-
nial dinner will aid the new
MDA National Blood Cen-
ter and will help to relieve
some of the financial diffi-
culties facing MDA. A spe-
cial testimonial dinner
tribute committee is in for-
mation.
For reservations, call
American Red Magen
David for Israel, 353-0434.

B'NAI MITZVAH

Youth twins bar mitzvah

,

will lead the congregation
in the Shachrit service. His
sister Sharon will lead the
congregation in Ashrei.
Jason is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard (Eva)
Gordon and Mr. and Mrs.
Leon (Esther) Halpern and
the great-grandson of Mrs..
Lazar (Mary) Hammes.

Michael Weiss
bar mitzvah
set Saturday

Michael Weiss

Michael Kevin Weiss will
become bar mitzvah at 8:45
a.m. services on Saturday,
Shabbat Nachamu, at Cong.
Beth Abrahath Hillel
Moses.
Michael is the son of Les-
lie and Avra Weiss of West
Bloomfield and the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Coblentz and Mr. and
Mrs. Sandor Weiss, all of
,Soutpeld, 1 _,„ .

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