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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-12-29

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6 Teves January 1, 2012

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Michael Crosnick
Al Drescher
Rabbi Eugene Greenfield
Rebecca Carpol
Anna C. Feinberg
Bernice Dorothy Mazer
Marian J Raimi

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Sam Siegel
Alexander Weiss
Fayga Gittel Chesluk
Sadie Kessler
Edith Lewis Marx
Esther Newman
Celia Rabinowitz
Reva Schoichit
Minnie Taylor

7 Teves January 2, 2012

Freddie Berkowitz
Benjamin H. Ettinger
Ben Feldman
Lee Gladstone
Allen Sherwin
Liba Esther Agranovich
Ida Friedman
Rivwa Miller
Sarah Milmet
Edith Oretsky
Lea Rubel
Ethel Leah Wiener

8 Teves January 3, 2012

Elsie Katz
Harry Keys

9 Teves January 4, 2012

David Fleischer
Max Glass
Morris Hoffman
Chaim Yossel Kazerinsky
Mendel Stawis
Edis Bordoley

10 Teves January 5, 2012

Lawrence Beigler
Sam Lippa Brady
Hyman R. Cohen
Menachem M. Cohen
Jack J. Eason
Jacob Kopel Palman

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Bessie Katzman
Lenamyra Margules
Yenta Schochet

11 Teves January 6, 2012

Julius Green
Max Goldman

12 Teves January 7, 2012

Cantor Rubin Boyarsky
Arthur A. Cutler
Hyman I Kaplan
Joseph Katz
Leo Lubetsky
Morris Schechter
Charles J. "Chickie" Sherman
Fayga Kuhn
Levi Kuhn
Eva Landsman
Laura Nagler
Sarah A. Nederlander
Bertha Zeff

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Dental 'Caring'

Helping terror survivors get needed
dental treatments.

Jerusalem — Ynet News


TZUM ("Justice Works") has
announced the launch of its
Jewish Tooth Fairy Fund, an
initiative focused on providing a full
range of dental services to Israeli survi-
vors of terror attacks and their families
who cannot afford the treatments and
have no access to dental insurance.
In addition to actually funding the
dental care of 10-15 survivors of terror
per year — including routine dental
treatments and endodontic, periodontic
and prosthodontic services — the initia-
tive also hopes to identify and recruit
Israeli dentists and dental suppliers who
would offer their services at a reduced fee
to survivors of terror and their families.
"Due to the severity of their injuries,
survivors of terror frequently suffer
from acute dental issues that demand
immediate and extensive treatment.
We have found that death or injury also
leaves families unable to afford even
the most routine dental care explained
Rabbi Levi Lauer, founding executive
director of ATZUM.
"With the launch of this unique ini-
tiative, ATZUM will be able to provide
these individuals with financial and
practical assistance to obtain any nec-
essary dental care services:'
ATZUM was established in 2002 to
remedy injustices in Israeli society, and
encourage individuals to become social
activists and agents of change. The
organization was founded on the belief
that Israel should serve as an example
for the rest of the world in regards to
combating and resolving social prob-
lems and social justice crises.

American Students' Idea
The Jewish Tooth Fairy Fund is the
brainchild of Rachel Rudman, Dara
Freedman-Weiss and Dena Rapoport,
graduate students who spent last year
studying and volunteering in Israel.
Studying this year in New York,
Massachusetts and Washington, D.C.,
respectively, the three have begun fun-
draising for the project with the goal of
collecting $50,000 by the end of 2012.
ATZUM seeks additional donors to
augment their efforts.
"Though my original objective was
to simply meet with the students to
discuss ATZUM's projects and the
issues we are facing with our clients,
it quickly became so much more said
Karyn London, coordinator of ATZUM's
Roberta Project for Survivors of Terror.
"The students chose to become
actively engaged in our projects, focus-
ing on the dental needs of survivors
of terror and making it their mission
to find a solution to this problem. It is
very inspiring to see young graduate
students take on a project like this and
commit themselves to seeing it through
to the end."
Since 2002, ATZUM has provided
financial and emotional support to fami-
lies of victims and survivors of terror.
Today, ATZUM works to assist these
families, specifically victims of older
attacks who are overlooked by pro-
grams of assistance focused on more
recent cases, by supplying both parents
and children with the resources they
need to ensure their recovery and
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