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October 21, 1988 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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At the recent testimonial dinner-dance of the
American Red Magen David for Israel (ARMDI) Henry
and Mala Dorfman were presented the Distinguish-
ed humanitarian Service Award. The dinner chair-
man, Irving Laker in his welcoming remarks em-
phasized the accomplishments of the local chapter.
He was assisted by Joel Dorfman and Herbert L.
Rechter, associate chairmen. Cantor Louis Klein of
Congregation B'nai Moshe led in the anthems. In-
vocation was delivered by Herbert Rechter and
greetings were extended by Pearl Stahl, national
director of ARMDI. Dr. John J. Mames, chairman of
the Michigan Region in his remarks outlined the pro-
grams and challenges facing Magen David Adorn in
Israel and acknowledged the recent major gifts.
Tributes to the honorees were paid by Dr. Conrad
L. Giles, president Jewish Welfare Federation, Joel
Dorfman and Rabbi Irwin Groner, Congregation
Shaarey Zedek. Dr. Morris Starkman, Medical-Dental
Council, made the presentation of the award. Rabbi
Herbert S. Eskin, public relations, delivered benedic-
tion. Accepting the award Henry Dorfman stated:
"We feel deeply honored to be associated with the
far-reaching humanitarian and lifesaving programs
of Magen David Adorn in Israel. To Mala and me, sur-
vivors of the Nazi Holocaust, this festivity is also a
splendid celebration of life. And as we celebrate this
beautiful event, we remember all the blessings and
we remember our Martyrs and Heroes of the
Holocaust. And remembering them we are donating
a fully equipped Mobile Intensive Care Unit to Magen
David Adorn, to our brethren in Israel in cherished
memory of our beloved parents and all our relatives
who perished in the Holocaust" remarked Dorfman.

Joan Jacob has been nam-
ed chairman of Temple Beth
El Sisterhood's holiday
bazaar, slated for Nov. 6 from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
temple.
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goods, merchandise and art at
the sisterhood's fifth annual
holiday bazaar.
Gift selections are available
for all ages. Featured items
include: handmade clothing,
imported table linens,
customized knit blankets, pot-
tery, silk floral designs and
terraria, gift baskets and can-
dies, educational toys, hand-
woven items, books for all
ages, infants, toddlers and
children's clothing and ac-
cessories, handbags and
jewelry.
Lunch will be available
throughout the early after-
noon at a nominal fee. Admis-
sion fee is nominal. Proceeds
will assist in funding an ar-
tistically designed chuppah to
enhance temple weddings.

Eating Disorder
Program Begins

Psychotherapist Jacqueline
Odom has developed a new
eating disorders program for
women that helps them get to
the root of the problem of why
they overeat. Beginning in
January 1989 at the
Eastwood Clinic in Troy, Ms.
Odom, who has dealt with ad-
dictive disorders for the past
10 years, wil offer women a
three-stage program in which
she helps them pinpoint their
reasons for overeating and-
provides new skills to help
them gain control and
develop a healthy attitude
toward food.
The program is aimed at
bulimics, people who binge
and purge or resort to ex-
treme measures of diet and
exercise, and at compulsive

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