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October 03, 1986 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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Friday, October 3, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

MDA Dinner Plans
Near Completion

Dr. John J. Mames, chair-
man of the Michigan Region,
American Red Magen David
for Israel (ARMDI) and
William M. Davidson, dinner
chairman, stated that the
preparations for the testimo-
nial banquet at 6 p.m. Oct.
21 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, honoring Donald
and Nancy Fox, are nearing
completion.
This year's event will aid
the new Magen David Adorn
(MDA), National Blood Cen-
ter and will also help allevi-
ate the escalating financial
difficulties and shortages.
The $12 million MDA Blood
Service Center will house Is-
rael's central National Blood
Bank and Blood Fractiona-
tion laboratories for the sep-
aration of blood into various
blood components.
MDA, Israel's National
Emergency Medical, Ambu-
lance and Blood Service, re-
cruits processes, stores and
distributes blood, plasma and
blood derivatives to all hospi-
tals.
Dr. Mames and Dr. Morris
Starkman of the Medical-
Dental Council, indicated
that it has been estimated
that the need for blood and
vital blood components will
be tripled in the next eight to
ten years. The new blood
services center will enable
MDA to expand, upgrade and
modernize services and con-
tinue the vital humanitarian
and lifesaving programs.
Davidson, dinner chairman,
will be assisted by Jack A.
Robinson and Carmi M.
Slomovitz, associate chair-
men. Paul Borman, David
Mondry, Mike Must, Irving
Nusbaum, Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver, Philip Slomovitz
and Myron S. Steinberg serve
as honorary chairmen.
The advanced gifts division
will be coordinated and aided
by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Char-
lupski, chairmen, who hosted
leadership reception at
Tarn-O-Shanter Country
Club, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S.
Dorfman, Bernard Edelman,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferber,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gyon-
gyosi, Mr. and Mrs. Alexan-
der Karp, Dr. and Mrs.
Jerome Lechner, Dr. and
Mrs. Harold A. Maxmen, Mr.
and Mrs. John Pollak, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Schaumberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Sharfman, Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Shipko, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Silverfarb, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Silverfarb and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Young, serve as
advanced gifts associate
chairmen. In addition, a spe-
cial tribute committee has
been formed.
Cantor Louis Klein of
Cong. B'nai Moshe will lead
in the anthems. The invoca-
tion will be delivered by
Carmi Slomovitz and greet-
ings will be extended by
Rabbi Efry Spectre, spiritual
leader of Adat Shalom, and
Dr. Mames. Robinson will
pay tribute to the honorees

Jack Robinson

Carmi Slomovitz

and Dr. Starkman will make
the presentation of the Dis-
tinguished Humanitarian
Service Award.
Rabbi Herbert S. Eskin,
officer Michigan Region
ARMDI — public relation de-
partment, will recite the
benediction. Music will be
provided by Eric Rosenow
and his Continentals. For in-
formation or reservations,
call American Red Magen
David for Israel, 353-0434 or
422-5480.

Lupus Awareness
Campaign Set

To promote lupus aware-
ness during the month of Oc-
tober, the Michigan Lupus
Foundation will release sev-
eral thousand awareness bal-
loons, each representing a
tribute to a patient in Michi-
gan with lupus.
For information, call the
Michigan Lupus Foundation,
775-8310.

Tam Epsilon Rho
Hosts Candidates

The Detroit Graduate
Chapter of the Tau Epsilon
Rho Law Society will hold a
reception 6 p.m. Oct. 15 to
meet judicial candidates in
the November election.
The reception will take
place at Southfield Charley's.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
(cash bar) will be served.
Members may bring guests.

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