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March 24, 1972 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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Friday; March 24, 1972-13

Students Reported
Resentful of Olit' n

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Antagon-
ism toward immigrants in Israel'
and Soviet Jews in particular ap-
pears to be Twining - deep: among
college students. In -a recent speech
on the Beerslielia Untitersitfcam-
pus ,Golda Meir was heckled by a
student protesting that "new im-
migrants are pampered at our ex-
Haaretz partly blather the an-
imosity on the shortcomings of
Israeli- -education :Israel schools,
the paper says, have reared a gen.-
eration which is not.only unaware
of Jewish tradition, but is equally
ignorant of the history -of the Zion-
ist movement.

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The paper added that although
some of the complaints ,against
the olim are justified, this does
not'-warrant the "wanton jeal.
onsy" and resentments displayed
by the students. -

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The fact is that the newcomers
do not enjoy their rights at the
expense of --the lodal .population,
the paper said.
Haaretz noted the financial sup-
port of American Jews to Israel'
and said that Americans could re-
spond to the students by saying ,
"Let the settled Israeli population
live as they would - like, but not
at our expense."

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medical and therapeutic care for the recovering patient
with special medic- al needs.

It is all too'often that a patient is.placed in a facility
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—R. W. li erson


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1. Every effort is made to have convenient and flexible
visiting schedules.

2. The individual needs of each patient are carefully
supervised and include such concerns as the
patient's hobbies and food preferences.

3. Every attempt is made to allow the patient the
maximum mobility which his physician deems
advisable. Plans are available whereby patients
spend some part of their recovery at home.


Has comptete Idboratory, • diagnostic -, and radiologic
•facilities on the premises. There is also a complete
physical therapy unit and rehabilitation equipment.









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4. Every patient retains his right to be attended by the
physician of his choice.

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ventilating devices and the most modern temper-
ature control systems.

6. An open line of communication is encouraged

between patient, fariiity, and staff. The administra-
tion, the medical staff, and the:- nursing staff
-welcome your suggettions and queStions:.

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