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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-24

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Advisory board appointees include:
Susie Citrin, David Fink, Sharon
Hart, James Hooks, Joel Jacob, Emery
Klein, Sally Krugel, Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper, Howard Tapper and Sylvia
Walker.

Israel Volunteers
Receive Support

For the first time in its 86-year history,
the Hebrew Benevolent Society, the
organization that operates the Hebrew
Memorial Chapel, has made a major
donation to another charitable group.
The donation of $7,500 to ZAKA,
Israel's volunteer rescue and recovery
organization, will pay for one of the
motorized scooters that ZAKA volun-
teers use in responding to major
tragedies in Israel.
In deciding to make the donation,
Hebrew Benevolent society's board of
directors referred to the close, parallel
purposes between the two organiza-
tions. They cited both groups' devotion
to performing Chesed Shel Ernes, "acts
of true kindness," particularly the mitz-
vah of showing respect for the dead.
"This organization [ZAKA] is there
— on the scene — assisting with the
injured and dealing with loss of life at
major tragedies, from terrorist attacks
to automobile accidents, throughout
Israel," said Rabbi Boruch E. Levin,
Hebrew Benevolent Society's executive
director. "One of their primary purpos-
es is to make sure that those who die in
these tragedies are cared for and their
bodies are shown the proper respect.
Dr. Kenneth Chelst, a Wayne State
University professor, recently provided
support and introductions for ZAKA
officials visiting the Detroit area.
"Getting quickly to the scene of an
accident is critical," said Dr. Chelst,
"and ZAKA has discovered that, in
many cases, streets are impassable with
regular vehicles. They have now begun
developing a fleet of motor scooters.
Hebrew Memorial Society's donation
of $7,500 will cover the cost of one of
the 130 scooters that ZAKA plans to
deploy throughout Israel.
Local organizations that have raised
funds for ZAKA include: Young Israel
of Southfield, Young Israel of Oak
Park, Yeshivat Akiva, Congrega-tion
Agudas Yisroel-Mogen Abraham,
Congregation Shomrey Emunah, and
Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit.
ZAKAS Web site is at:
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