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January 14, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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38 Friday, January 14, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COMPLETE ALTERATIONS

Laniado Hospital
in Israel Expands

Youth News

Reasonable Prices

HERBERT

every Saturday, with kel, 968-1765, or Marla
BNAI DAVID junior
synagogue. Tamardck
Cleaners & Tailors
congregation honored youth ages 8-10 meeting Magy, 356-5749.
weekend and other up-
Expert Drapery Cleaning
new members who have in the choir room, while
For . information on coming events will be dis-
Knits & Sweaters
attended Shabat servic- those age 41 and up youth activities at Bnai cussed. Kadima members
es. Those honored were: gather in the chapel.
David, call any youth planning to attend
Suede & Leather
Atid seniors (grades leader at the synagogue Tamarack weekend, Feb.
Cathy Fink, Eric Gold,
Cleaning
Lori Mevis, Fred Pollack, 9-12) will hold a toboggan- youth-line, 557-8325.
18, should attend. The
GET OUR LOWEST PRICES
* * *
Ilana Stollman, David ing party with Cong. Beth
bowling league wilt meet
HASHACHAR will hold 2-4 p.m. Sunday at Plum
24709 Coolidge at 10 Mile
Weiss, Jeff Weiss, and Abraham-Hillel youth,
Across from Dexter Davison
Hilary Zales. Junior con- meeting 1:30 p.m. Sunday a . mid-Winter mini con- Hollow Lanes.
gregation meets 10 a.m. in the synagogue youth vention on the theme of
-399-0336
Lahav, USY will help
lounge. The groups will Jerusalem, Feb. 4-6, at congregation at its. an-
join- the teen Chaverim the home of Cindy Buc- nual games nite, Satur-
group of the Jewish halter, Freeland, Mich. day evening. Members
"The Best Disco In Town"
Community Center for an There is a charge. For in- wishing to participate
afternoon of tobogganing formation, -call Don Ro- should call_ advisor Larry
ANKER4f A
followed by games and gers, 557-4259, or Larry Sklar, 626-6266.
* * *
hot chocolate in the teen August, 851-8335
Hashachar's Ofarim-
° Y4/
NO‘ Disc Jockey
lounge' gameroom. For
BETH ABRAHAM-
reservations, contact ad- Tsofim group (4th-8th HILLEL'S National Con-
viser Hartley Harris, grade) will meet 2:30 p.m. ference of Synagogue
Parties Dance & Special Occasions
Sunday in room 239, Youth group will hold a
546-5797, 968-3563.
V44-0454
Masada 7-8th "graders Jewish Community Shabaton Jan. - 21-23 in
will go bowling, meeting Center main branch. In- the synagogue. Youth
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6:30 p.m. Sunday in the formation on interna- from Chicago, Toronto,
youth lounge. Refresh- tional Jewry will be pre- New York, Toledo and the
ments will be served, and sented. For information, Detroit area will partici-
k
freinds are invited. For in- call Judy Stern, 557-5071, pate. Registration will
formation, contact adviser or Amy Levy, 357-0228.
take place 2 p.m. Jan. 21.
"A Store You Can Afford"
* * *
Danny Kaplhn, 398-7422
There is a nominal regist-
BETH ACHIM Kadima ration fee. For informa-
k
(evenings).
Applications are still will have a general meet- tion and reservations,
Linens For The
being accepted for 7-12 ing and "Make Your Own call Bonnie Shapiro, 855-
graders interested in 'at- Sundae" social 7 p.m. 2470, or Risa Calmenson,
tending the Tamarack Sunday, at the 855-2786.
Table, Bed & Bath
winter weekend, Jan.
21-23. For information, Jerusalem Reunification Focus
Robes & Gowns
k
call advisers Kaplan or
Harris.
of Children's Painting Contest
Children in grades 3-6
k
will hold their final
JERUSALEM — Chil-
Recommended themes
Tamarack winter dren age 7-14 from all are: "Jerusalem the Gol-
Making Rociin For New Merchandise
weekend meeting 7:30 over the world are invited den," "Jerusalem the
k.
Daily 10:30- 4:30 Thurs. & Fri., till 8
p.m. Tueaday, in the to enter the First Inter- Holy City," "I Am in
k.
k
youth lounge. Clothing national Childrens' Jerusalem," "Jerusalem,
lists will be distributed at Painting Competition on City of Spirit," and
356-1233 Claymoor Apts. suite 118
the gathering. For infor- Jerusalem being held in "Jerusalem, City of
mation, call Steve Kidec- conjunction with the 10th Peace."
anniversary of the
reunification of
Entries must be 14" x
Jerusalem.
20" in size and each child
The competition is should write his or her own
sponsored by the Mayor name, age, address, parent
YOUR CHILD'S PRECIOUS FEET ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
and Municipality of or guardian's name, home
Jerusalem, the State of telephone number and
• There is no substitute for quality and carefully fitted shoes
Israel Central Office of name of school on the re-
• Doctors' shoe prescriptions correctly filled
Information, the Israel verse of the painting.
Ministries of Education Paintings submitted by
and Culture, Foreign Af- schools or institutions
fairs, Tourism, the World must be 28" x 40" or
Zionist Organization, Is- larger.
FARMINGTON RD. AT 12 MILE RD.
rael Museum, Bank
Leumi and El Al Israel
GR 6-3401
KENDALLWOOD CENTER
Six winners will be
Airlines.
awarded round-trip
flights to Israel by El Al
(for the child and a com-
panion) and a week's stay
in the country. Paintings
submitted will not be re-
turned and winning
paintings become the
property of the Commit-
tee for the 10th Anniver-
sary of the Reunification
of Jerusalem.

00*

GABE SHOES

Adler & Reese

AppUal Mid-Wipter Sale

10%
to
50%
Off
our entire inventory

Sale Days ‘— January 10 thru January 22

EARRINGS • COIN HOLDERS • PENDANTS • . RINGS • BRACELETS • WATCHES

LE

CHAINS • MOUNTINGS•

A

RINGS and MORE ...

including our entire stock of mounted and unmounted

DIAMONDS

Offer good January 9th thru 17th • See our ad in Saturday's paper

FASHION'S FIRST

DL€A. & 1 .e6sE;

FINE JEWELERS

LINCOLN CENTER • 968-0303 • OAK PARK

Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat. 1 0-5 / Thurs. & Fri. 1 0-8:30
We honor BankArnericard & Master Charge

Deadline is March 15,
1977. Paintings should be
sent to any office of Bank
Leumi, El Al Israel Air-
lines, Israel Government
Tourist Offices in New
York, Los Angeles, To-
ronto, Chicago and At-
lanta, or to the Israel
Ministry fo Tourism, De-
partment of Public Rela-
tions, 488 Madison Ave,
New York, N.Y. 10022.

MSU Degree Due
for Laurie Kaplan

Kaplan,
Laurie
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Kaplan, former De-
troiter of San Jose, Calif.,
recently graduated from
Michigan State Univer-
sity with a BA degree in
travel, and is currently
employed at a San Jose
travel agency.

NATANYA — The De-
partment of Internal
Medicine has - been
opened at Laniado Hospi-
tal, Kiryat Sanz,
Natanya, Israel, and is
headed by American-
born Dr. Mordecai Gers-
tein, who was .also re-
cently named director of
the hospital.
The opening of the
30-bed facility is expected
to be followed shortly by
the opening of the car-
diology services of t
coronary care unit, whi
will treat patients in t
medical ward as well as in
the cardiac clinic.
According to Sidney
Greenwald, chairman of
the New York Chapter of
the American Friends of
Laniado, Dr. Gerstein will
be visiting the United
States during January to
recruit personnel for the
hospital as well as to plan
for the institution's ex-
pansion.
Laniado opened this
past summer with a
25-bed maternity ward
and the Tache Clinic. It is
the first hospital built in
Natanya, and is the first
religiously maintained
medical facility outside of
Jerusalem.

Over-40 Job
Bill in Knesset

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
A law regarding the right
of employment for per-
sons over age 40 has been
proposed in the Knesset.
Commenting on the pro-
posal, the Yiddisher
Kemfer (Organ of the
Labor Zionist Party of
America — sister party of
Israel's "Maarakh")
writes "Theoretically the
Jaw ,already forbids all
discrimination based on
nationality, religion, sex
or age, the reality how-
ever is quite different.
The weekly quotes the
newspaper Davar which
stated that a man near-
ing. 40 encounters un-
surmountable difficulties
when he seeks employ-
ment and thereafter in
achieving stability on the
job.

Israel Work Force
Lower Than Peers

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
The Ministry of Labor re-
ports that the percentage
of Israelis who partici-
pate in the work force is
the lowest in compariSo
with other develo
countries.
According to the minis-
try, the work force con-
sists of only 32 percent of
the total population com-
pared with 49 percent-in
Sweden, 47 percent in
Japan and Denmark, 46
percent in Switzerland,
44 percent in England, 40
percent in West Ger-
many, United States,
France, Holland, and
Belgium -and 34 ,percent
in Italy.
The report also states
during the past five
years, Israel has had a re-
cord price rise. of 185 per-
cent or 23 percent per
year.

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