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March 02, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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36 Friday, March 2, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A Hebrew-Speaking Diplomat from Japan

The Sensational

_PEOPLE'S CHOICE

Quartet

By MOSHE RON

him not only memories but them is for them "holy." The
a thorough knowledge of Israeli students are full of
• Recent US: Tour
Jewish history.
criticism. They like dis-
TEL AVIV — When
• Russian Shers to DiSco
Ishada studied Jewish cussions and debates and
Konio Ishada of the history for three years at often the professors do not
Call for appt. to hear band
Japanese Embassy in Tel the Hebrew University and succeed in convincing the
699-3593
Aviv packs his bags to leave for one year at the Univer-
students that they are right.
Israel, he will take with sity of Tel Aviv. He speaks
Ishada speaks Hebrew
and reads Hebrew very
like a Sabra. His first days
well.
The Most Profitable Way to
He came to Israel in 1973 on campus were not easy, he
Sell Your Household and
and started immediately to told us. "Students looked at
learn Hebrew. He had a dip- me as if I came from another
Personal Possessions is through
loma from the University in planet."
Tokyo, and he decided to
Ishada remembers the
continue his studies in Is- day when he could read
rael.
the Bible in Hebrew
In comparison with without any help. "Now I
HOUSEHOLD SALES-
students in Japan, Israeli can read newspapers and
students are, according
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS-APPRAISALS
to Ishada, more quiet.
They take their studies
No obligation
569-0237
more seriously and do
of course
not think always, like
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
students in Japan, of
The help the United States
demonstrations against
SPECIALIST
provided in the evacuation
IN
the government.
of the last 33 Israelis from
VOLKSWAGEN
Ishada thinks that Israeli
AND
Teheran two weeks ago did
students marry too early,
PORSCHE CARS
not cause any Americans to
before they are settled. As
they are often called for re- lose their places on the air-
CALL
craft evacuating U.S. citi-
serve duty into the Army,
548-3926
zens from Iran, the State
they have no "time" to carry
Department said. "No
548-4160
out revolutions.
Americans, no Americans
The Israeli students are
541-970C
freer than the Japanese. In were removed from the
plane or told to give up their
1018 W. 9 Mile. Rd.
Japan,
the students listen to
FERNDALE
Between Lwernots
Alfons G. Rehme
MICH.
seats," spokesman Hodding
& Pinehurst
lectures without criticism.
Carter emphasized.
What the professors teach
' Premier Menahem Begin
You can be sure it's pure if it's kosher and for the
of Israel revealed last week
finest in kosher meats and poultry, SHOP AT YOUR
that 33 Americans were
taken off a Pan Am plane in
INDEPENDENT MEMBER MARKET OF THE DE-
Teheran to make way for
TROIT AREA RETAIL KOSHER MEAT DEALERS
33 Israelis. In thanking the
ASSOC. LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM. IT'S YOUR AS-
U.S. fqr its help, Begin said
SURANCE OF' THE FINEST IN KOSHER PRO-
that were it not for this, the
DUCTS.
Detroit Area
Israelis might not have got-
Retail Kosher
ten out and would have been
in desperate danger.
Meat Dealers
Carter said the U.S.
Assoc.
Embassy in Teheran "did
help" in the evacuation of
the Israelis. "The Iran
government granted
clearance for the Israelis

The Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

• 4 Singers f-Horns Guitar

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K & B ASSOCIATES

understand everything
on the radio and TV," he
said. But after being in
Israel for four years, he
will soon be sent to an-
other country.
Ishada says he will do ev-
erything in order not to
forget his knowledge of He-
brew. He has put too much
energy and love in studying
this language and does not
want it to be wasted. He
states that his life has been
enriched and his horizons
widened by learning the
Hebrew language and being
able to read the Bible in the
original Hebrew version.

U.S. Denies 33 Americans
Were Bumped for Israelis

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Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantitieS.

to leave Iran," he said.
"Iranian government of-
ficials assisted Israelis at
the Iranian airport. In fact,
the Iranian government
suggested to the U.S. that
we provide transportation
on chartered aircraft that
we had arranged. We did
so."

and doctor throughout the
ourney, to continue the
emergency treatment.

WALTHAM, Mass. —
The American Jewish His-
torical Society has pub-
lished a booklet listing the
members of its speakers
bureau, their backgrounds
and topics.
A national network of col-
lege professors makes up
the speakers bureau.
Organizations wishing to
use the speakers bureau
may write to the Academic
Council Speakers Service,
the American Jewish His-
torical Society, Two Thor-
ton Rd., Waltham, Mali
02154. IMF

MUSIC
MUSIC
HAL
GORDON
"Riii:iiiiii'

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Appraisals

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at Telegraph
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Medical Network
Planned in North

KIRYAT SHMONA — A
new emergency medical
plan .which will link by
radio telemetry every set-
tlement in Northern Galil-
lee to a central emergency
room has been proposed by
the three major, health
agencies in Israel -- the
Ministry of Health, Kupat
Holim and Magen David
Adorn.
A person on an outlying
kibutz experiencing chest
pains, for example, would
immediately report to the
kibutz nurse, who has been
specially trained by MDA in
intensive care. The nurse
would ,call the central
emergency room after mak-
ing an initial examination
and inform the doctor of the
situation, sending the
patient's EKG by telemetry.
The doctor could then
immediately
begin
prescribing
treatment
while the MDA Mobile In-
tensive Care (MICU) ambu-
lance was speeding to the
scene. The MDA MICU am-
bulance would then trans-
port both nurse and patient
to the hospital, maintaining
telemetry and voice com-
munication between nurse

Speakers Bureau
List Is Available

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