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October 14, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shamir Speaks at Luncheon
Preceding Richardson Dinner

Campers Reap Final Harvest
in Conjunction With Sukkot

Friday, October 14, 1977 25

Hospital Expands

Shown at a recent luncheon meeting in advance of the
Oct. 30 Cobo Hall Israel Bond dinner honoring Dean .E.
Richardson of Manufacturer's National Bank are, from left,
Merrill Gordon of Israel Bonds. Israel Consul General
Nahum ,Shamir who was guest speaker, Kenneth Aird of
Manufacturer's and Richardson. More than 125 business,
Amy Baron, left, and Stacy Brickner pick the last of the
government' and communal leaders have joined the dinner products grown in the Farm Co-Op Program at Camp
committee.
Tamarack, conducted under the supervision of the Fresh
Air Society. The final harvest coincided with the Jewish
UHS Nursery Still Has Openings
harvest festival of Sukkot.
The
United
Hebrew announces there are still a
Members of the Fresh Air
Sinai Hospital.
Schools Nursery School few openings available for Society's Farm Co-Op pro-
To aid the ecology, the
members recycled garbage,
its 9 a.m.-3:00 p.m. gram at Camp Tamarack
( MANNY CHUDNOW'S
Made the last harvest dur-
creating a compost heap out
program.
of waste foods and fertilized
The curriculum includes ing the recent Sukkot
BETTER BUSINESS
EQUIPMENT CO.
the garden for next year's
language development. cog- holiday._
J
The program was devised
project.
DESKS
29.95
nitive development, arts
FILES
24.99
Coordin?tors of the pro-
and crafts. cooking expe- to teach the youth about
CASH REGISTER
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CALCULATORS
.9.99
decision making, responsi-
gram were Chuck Bayer
riences.
science.
puppetry,
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Budget and Fine
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Babitch, Cynthia Viviano,
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trips also are included.
TYPEWRITERS
•TRADE-INS
Mitchell Waitrak, Debbie
Jewish ritual and custom vesting the -garden. They
WE BUY USED FURNITURE
were reimbursed for their
Moss, Stacy Brickner, Bill
and
American
holidays
are
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studied. For information. labor, and the produce
231 W. 9-Mile Rd., Ferndale
Avery Milberger, Amy
call the nursery school. 967- grown in the garden was
th Block West of Woodward
used at the camp, the ,Jew-
Baron and Eric Goodman.
4010.
ish Home for Aged and at

NEW
YORK—The
Women's Social Service for
Israel Lichtenstadter Hospi-
tal in Tel Aviv, which aids
the elderly, recently
received a land grant from
the municipality of Tel Aviv
to expand its 150-bed facil-
ities by 50 beds, build a new
and modern laboratory and
an expanded physiotherapy
department.
In addition to its own
patients,elderly patients
from other hospitals who
are on the road to recovery
but not well enough to
return home, will be
accepted.

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want to congratulate
my dear friend

LOUIS BERRY

75th

on his

BIRTHDAY

I know that God will bless this great man
for all the good that he has done for
humanity all over the world and will give
him many, many years of good health and
happiness.

Signed,
Joseph Weisblatt

Col.
Dr.
Shaltiel Cabili,
one of Israel's
leading sur-
geons and a
specialist in
military medi-
cine, will be
MI guest speaker
Cabili
at a leadership
reception on behalf of Israel
Bonds 8 p.m.. Oct. 26 at the
Southfield home of Dr. and
Mrs. Leonard H. Lerner.
-
-
The event is in advance
of
the Israel Bond Medical
Physicians Division Dinner-
Dance. honoring Dr. H, Saul
Sugar, on Nov. 9.
Dr. Cabili is senior physi-
cian at the Chaim Sheba
Medical Center Department
of Medicine, Tel Hashomer
Hospital. Dr. Cabili was

senior resident and chief
resident at Tel Hashomer
from 1967 through 1972,
leaving there to serve as
senior M.D. at the Israel
Defense Forces headquar-
ters. He is the former - Dep-
uty Surgeon General of the
Israel Defense Forces Medi-
cal Corps.
For reception and dinner-
dance-Thformation, call the
Israel Bond office, 968-0200.

Jordan Raider
Manager

Irving Lobar
Representative

Carter Offers
Beanie -a Job

NEW YORK — President
Carter has offered outgoing
Mayor Abraham Beame a
job as chairman of the Advi-
sory Commission on Inter-
governmental Relations.
Carter made the offer to
Beame at a private early-
morning talk 13fore his tour
of the. South. Bronx last
week.

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