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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '

20 June 18, 1976 •

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flatware handcrafted in the
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tiventt.. two patterns. available
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Passports

Detroiters to Fund Therapy Units
at New Jerusalem Medical Center

The patients shown above are working with looms in the occupational therapy
department of Shaare Zedek Hospital of Jerusalem. The loom helps to coordinate hand
and foot muscles. The Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital have undertaken to
finance the occupational therapy and the physical medicine and rehabilitation units in
the new Shaarey Zedek Hospital medical center.
* * *
Following completion of tion workshops and train- rear of the physical medi-
their fund-raising effort to- ing rooms, hydro and elec- cine and rehabilitation facil-
wards the kidney dialysis tro-therapy facilities as ities, at ground level for
unit in the new medical cen- well as treatment and con- easy patient access.
ter of Shaare Zedek Hospi- sultation rooms and staff
The unit's activities are
tal of Jerusalem, the Detroit offices and administrative geared to strengthen mus-
Friends of the hospital are areas. Other inter-depart-
cles and re-train patients
turning their attention to- mental facilities are the in daily activities. The
wards the occupational vocational guidance and unit will have quiet and
therapy and physical medi-
testing center and the noisy-activity areas, and
cine and rehabilitation speech therapy center.
will be equipped with
units.
Physiotherapy seeks to looms, knitting machines,
Those plans will be high- achieve restoration of mus-
sewing machines, ce-
lighted at the annual dinner cular functions and to re-
ramic, mosaic and other
of the Detroit Friends of turn patients to indepen-
craft areas, a special bicy-
Shaare Zedek Hospital, dent and normal activities.
cle with attachments for
which will be held June 30 Its treatments are used in a drilling and .sawing, a
at the Sheraton Southfield great variety of medical
woodworking shop and a
Hotel.
cases including paralysis,
The new physical medi- burns, amputation, respira- training kitchen.
Persons with permanent
cine and rehabilitation facil-
tory problems and rheu-
ities apart from providing matic diseases. Even new- disabilities are taught how
intensive rehabilitation born infants in the to live with their handicaps
and overcome them.
programs, will also handle pediatrics department may
patients from nearly all the require therapy to strengh-
Reservations are still
ten their limbs or for other available for the annual din-
hospital's departments and
specific conditions.
outpatient clinics.
ner of the Detroit Friends of
The facilities will also be Shaare Zedek Hospital. For
The facilities will in-
clude units for occupa- used by geriatric patients.
information or reservations,
tional therapy, phsical
The occupational therapy call the Detroit Friends,
therapy, a gymnasium,
unit will be located at the 544-8412.
therapeutic swimming
pool, a 41-bed in-patient
nursing unit, rehabilita-

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Temple Emanu-El, Hester St.
in Dover Postcard Book of N.Y.

Temple Emanu-El, with
the largest membership of
any Jewish congregation in
the country, has been a
source of deep interest for

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Jews living in or visiting the
city of New York. It is most
'appropriate, therefore, that
the Dover-published
"Thirty-Two Picture Post-
cards of Old New York"
should include two of Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Also included in these
postcards is one of Hester
Street, once a focal point in
New York's East Side that
was a JeWish section of
note.
Regrettably, this collec-
tion, in the Dover publica-
tion is limited. It should and
could have included many
points of Jewish interest. In
its present form it neverthe-
less fulfills an important
function as a collection of
mementos of Old New York,
each easily clipped and
ready for mailing.

Israel Offers Gush Emunim
Alternate Settlement Site

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The government began ne-
gotiations with the Gush
Emunim last week over an
alternative settlement site
for the 150 squatters now
encamped at Kadum in Sa-
maria. The Gush insist on
remaining in "the heart of
Samaria."

The government is ex-
pected to offer them settle-
ment opportunities on the
eastern ridge of the Samar-
ian highlands overlooking
the Jordan Valley or on the
extreme western edge close
to the pre-June, 1967 lines.
This would be in accordance
with the so-called Allon
Plan for the West Bank
which, though never for-
mally adopted by the Cabi-
net, has constituted a guide
for the government's settle-
ment policies.

The cabinet decided on
May 9 that the Gush squat-
ters must leave Kadum. If
they reject an alternate set-
tlement site, they will be re-
moved by force if necessary
according to the decision.

Meanwhile, the La Am
movement, a faction within
Likud, held a meeting at
Kadum in Samaria in a
demonstration of support
for the Gush Emunim.

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