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September 21, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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Friday, September 21, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Pictured at the annual Magen David Adorn testimonial are, from left, seated: Dr. John J. Mames, Carmi
Slomovitz, Paul and Helen Zuckerman and Philip Slomovitz and, standing, from left, are: Cantor Louis Klein,
Rabbi Herbert Eskin, Dr. Morris Starkman, Dr. Phyllis R. Beaver, William M. Davidson, Benjamin Saxe and
State-Sen. Jack Faxon.

Michigan's fleet of ambulances
presented throughout the years to
Magen David Adorn and serving
the people of Israel in peace and
war was expanded here by a
fully-expanded Mobile Intensive
Care Unit (MICU) donated by
Helen and Paul Zuckerman.
The gift was announced by Zuc-
kerman who, with his wife, was
honored at the annual testimonial
dinner of American Red Magen
David for Israel, Michigan
Region, held last week at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, dinner
chairman, welcomed the guests
and gave an account of the diver-
sified humanitarian and life-
saving programs of Magen David
Adorn (MDA), Israel's emergency
medical-health, blood and ambu-
lance service. Slomovitz also ap-
pealed for greater support to meet
the growing needs of the organ-
Tribute to the honorees was
paid by Philip Slomovitz, editor
emeritus of The Jewish News,
who outlined the highlights of the
Zuckermans' support and active
participation in various firojectg.
"It is our privilege to honor Helen
and Paul. Zuckerman, outstand
ing humanitarians, philan-
thropists and prominent commu-
nity leaders for their lifelong, al-
truistic untiring efforts on behalf
of numerous charitable social,
educational and cultural causes
locally and in Israel. In recogniz-
ing them tonight we also ap-
preciate them for all their noble
accomplishments and look for-
ward to their future continuous,
inspiring exemplary involve-
ment," said Slomovitz.
Philip Slomovitz was joined in
his tribute to the Zuckermans by
Dr. Phyllis Beaver, president of
the women's committee; by Dr.
John J. Mames, chairman of the
Michigan Region for ARMDI, by
Dr. Morris Starkman, chairman
of the Medical-Dental Council
who presented the Distinguished

Humanitarian Service Award to
the couple; Carmi Slomovitz,
master of ceremonies; and by
State Sen. Jack Faxon, who pre-
sented a resolution from the
Michigan Legislature to the hon-
Among the dinner guests were
representatives from the general
community including Judge Jes-
sica Cooper; Judge Alice Gilbert;
Duane Johnson, executive direc-
tor Southeastern Michigan
Region of the American Red
Cross; Robert Arcand, director,
and Rev. Otis Saunders of the De-
troit Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews; Rev. James Lyons, director
of the Ecumenical Institute for
Christian-Jewish Studies.
Benjamin Saxe, executive vice
president of American Red Magen
for Israel who just returned from
Israel, extended greetings from
Magen David Adorn and the na-
tional office, he also congratu-
lated the Zuckermans and ex-
pressed his appreciation "for their
special interest and splendid,

generous support of MDA."
Dr. Mames pointed out that
within the next decade the Israel
blood requirements will triple and
"MDA must expand, upgrade and
modernize its vital services." He
invited all to attend the ARMDI
International Convention in
Jerusalem scheduled for next
year on June 24-July 8 and par-
ticipate in the cornerstone-laying
ceremony of the new national
blood center at Ramat Gan.
Mames also indicated that the
Michigan Region is marking 15
years since the establishing and
formal charting of the local chap-
ter. Enumerating the accom-
plishments of Michigan Region,
Mames acknowledged the special
gift from the late Allen L. Waller
and Mrs. Lillian Waller which
helped the chapter to erect a mod-
ern Waller Family First Aid Med-
ical Center in Ashdod.
Cantor Louis Klein of Cong.
B'nai Moshe sang the anthems.
William Davidson gave the in-
vocation and Rabbi Herbert Eskin
delivered the benediction.


More anti-Semitism seen in USSR

Washington (JTA) — Lynn
Singer ended thre4 years as
president of the Union of Councils
for Soviet Jews (UCSJ) asserting
that she was "not discouraged"
but "angrier" about the Soviet
clampdown of Jewish emigration
and the increasing anti-Semitism
and harassment of Jews in the
"We are watching a regression
in Soviet behavior that is ap-
proaching a re-Stalinization," she
said during the UCSJ's annual
meeting at the Capital Hilton
Hotel in Washington.
Singer, of East. Meadow, L.I.,

blamed the deteriorating situa-
tion for Soviet Jews on "lack of
specific leadership" in the Soviet
Union. This situation has re-
flected down to the lower levels of
leadership who struck out against
the weakest target, the jewish
community, she said.
But Singer also said she be-
lieves that the situation may also
be a result of the "lack of discus-
sion" between the United States
and the Soviet Union.
The UCSJ has always sought to
make the U.S. government aware
of the abuses against Jews carried
out by the Soviet government.

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