THE DETROIT- JEWISH "NEWS
Vintage Runabout to Be Award
at Hillel Antique Finder's Show
Holders of invitations to the June
19 champagne preview of the Hillel
Day School Antique Finder's Show
are being warned, in fine print:
"You may be asked to accept a
1931 Model A Ford Runabout with
mother-in-law seat as a result of
purchasing this ticket."
The antique automobile, valued
at approximately $2,000, will be
awarded June 22, final day of the
three-day show at Hillel's new
building, 32200 Middlebelt, Farm-
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Mrs. Eliot Charlip, Finder's Show
chairman, describes the Model A
as "a prime candidate for restora-
tion." The car is complete and in
excellent mechanical condition, but
shows a few of its 40 years.
The Hillel Finder's Show, billed
as "the first major Midwest an-
tique show deliberately designed
for fun," will be open to the
general public June 20-21.
More than 60 leading Midwestern
antique dealers and collectors will
be exhibiting some of their best
pieces at the show, which also fea-
tures a barbershop quartet, old-
time food and refreshments, an
old-fashioned dried flower booth
and a variety of other concessions
Proceeds from the show will
help support Hillel Day School.
Hours will be noon-11 p.m. June
20 and 21 and noon-6 p.m. June 22.
For ticket information, call Hillel
Day School, 851-2397.
Admission tickets, available at
the door, are tax-deductible.
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NEW YORK (JTA)—Diplomatic
representatives from eight African
and Asian nations joined interna-
tional health officials and other
guests at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel Tuesday night at a dinner
celebrating the 10th anniversary
of the Hadassah Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center at EM Karem,
Since its inception, the center
has provided an extensive program
of medical services and training
to developing countries in addi-
tion to serving some 500,000 Is-
raelis and residents of the oc-
cupied Arab territories each year.
The scope of the Hadassah Medi-
cal Organization's services was
described by its director-general,
Prof. Kalman J. Mann. Another
speaker was Mayor Teddy Kollek
Prof. Mann described the Had-
assah-Hebrew University Medical
Center as the largest of- its kind
in the Middle East, ranking among
the six greatest medical complexes
in the world.
"It is in a unique position to
provide medical. aid to developing
countries because of its proximity
to Afro-Asian countries; because
as a developing country itself, Is-
rael understands the priorities and
limitations in setting up medical
services; and because Israel's own
population is composed of people
from 80 different countries, cul-
tures and various ethnic back-
grounds, its doctors are familiar
with a wide variety of diseases
and the factors in life styles which
contribute to medical ills."
Dr. Mann reports that in this
decade "Hadassah's ophthalmic
surgeons in the African continent
have treated 1,000,000 patients
and performed 20,000 major eye
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operations, and that Hadassah
has graduated 66 doctors, 15
nurses, 27 specialists in the field
of medicine and 33 nurses from
Hadassah has so far provided
"1,218 doctors; 150 specialists,
201 dentists; 152 public health ex-
perts; 285 occupational therapists,
and 1,223 nurses. Indeed, Hadas-
sah's involvement in the field of
teaching and training the medical
and para-medical professions has
made it a major force in providing
Israel's independence in the field
of health," Dr. Mann stated.
Mayor Kollek observed that
Jerusalem is fortunate to have the
Hadassah Medical Center within
Kollek observed that the "trust
and dependence on Hadassah is so
accepted by all of our residents
that in the first days after the
Six-Day War the greater number
of Arabs who came to Hadassah
shows that the name was not for-
gotten even beyond a hostile fron-
tier, and if there is a great tribute
to Hadassah, perhaps this is one
of the greatest."
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• Efros Prescriptions
• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Bud Rollins Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shops
• Bab's Hair Fashions
• Rigsby Shoe Service
• Ala's Barber Shop
• Room At The Bottom
• Doug Hoffman, ltd.
Starting Mon., June 21st
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- This Week's Radio and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: This last program of
the "New Sounds in Jewish Music"
series will spotlight the original
fugue and hymn composed by
Maxwell Raimi for his Temple
Israel confirmation service during
Shavuot. Maxwell and members
of his class will present the orig-
inal piece, accompanied by Rabbi
David Syme ana soloists Marcie
Bensman, Marla Rogers and
Alane Simons. Cantor Harold Or-
bach has been series host.
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: The "Songs of Israel"
series continues with "Composers
in Israel — Mordechay Zeira."
Yaffa Yarkoni will sing the music
of the noted composer, winner of
the Engle Prize and the Purim
Festival Prize among other
awards. Series host, Cantor Har-
old Orbach, will provide the com-
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7)
Feature: Phil Blazer's weekly
nationally syndicated program pro-
vides a contemporary outlet for a
potpourri of Jewish culture,
humor, music and literature.
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
religious and moral figures, hosts
the weekly program whose prem-
ises is to place religion and man
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