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November 30, 1979 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewry on the Air



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Friday, November 30, 1919 57

Cancer Researcher Honored
With Frenkel Science Award

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

THE JEWISH SOUND:
6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95): 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
WXOX (1250, Bay City):
11:30 p.m. Sunday, WNIC-
Fm (100): 11:30 p.m. Sun-
day, WWKR (1310): and 7
p.m. Tuesday WSHJ-FM
(88.3). Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan will moderate a pro-
Tam of Jewish interest.

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MESSAGE OF IS-
RAEL: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,
WXYZ (1270) and WRIF-
FM (101) and 10:30 p.m.
Sunday, WDEE (1500), a
message to the Jewish
community.

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (580), Rabbi-
Jonathan V. Plaut will
moderate a program of
Jewish interest.

* *

JEWISH COMMU-
NITY HIGHLIGHTS:
About 10:15 a.m. Sunday,
Channel 2, as part of "Sun-
day in Detroit," Rabbi Lane
Steinger of Temple
Emanu-El will speak on his
temple's efforts on behalf of
the Cambodian refugees.
* * *
LUBAVITCH JEWISH
HOUR: 11 p.m. Sunday,
WWKR (1300) and WNIC-

By appointment

Mon.-Fri.
10 AM-4 PM

HOME-CARE
PODIATRISTS

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TEL. 968-1626

Specializing in: Corns, callouses. ingrown nails, minor foot
infections, and diabetic foot care.
Licensed and Hospital-trained

FM (100) and 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Monday, WSHJ-FM
(88.3), Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan will moderate a pro-
gram of Jewish interest.

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RELIGIOUS SCOPE:
11:40 p.m. Sunday, Channel
9, Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
will report news from the
religious community.

WE SELL
FOR LESS

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DIRECTIONS: 1 p.m.
Sunday, Channel 7, "Grow-
ing Old in Venice, Calif.," a
documentary story of a
community of elderly Jews
in California.

* * *

MOTIF: Noon Monday,
WCAR (1090), Jewish news,
entertainment, community
calendar and "Spotlight" on
the community, with Bar-
bara Katchke and Rachel
Jacobs.

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SHIDUREI ISRAEL
MI-DETROIT: 12:30 p.m.
Monday, WCAR (1090), an
all-Hebrew program of Is-
raeli music, news and fea-
tures from Israel. with Uri
Segal.

Dr. Kenneth DeOme, center, recently was pre-
sented with a medal and cash award "for outstanding
contributions to cancer research" by Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin (Barbara) Frenkel of Huntington Woods,
sponsors of the award. Dr. DeOme was a professor at
the University of California at Berkeley until his re-
tirement six years ago when he was named director
emeritus of the Cancer Genetics Research Laboratory
at the- U of C. '

Detroiter Enters Hadassah
Nursing School in Israel

ALL

PARTY

DRESSES

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Drop In At The

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Main Concourse

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Daily 11 A.M. to 10 P.M.. Sat. 11 A M -6 P.M.. Sun. Noon to 5

COFFEE WITH HY:
Noon Thursday, WCAR
(1090), interviews and fea-
tures of Jewish interest,
with Hy Shenkman.

* * *

IF NOT NOW: 12:40p.m.
Thursday, WDET-FM
(101.9), David Holtzman,
general chairman of State of
Israel Bonds of Detroit, will
interview Avraham
"Buma" Shavit, president of
the Israel Manufacturers
Association and newly ap-
pointed chairman of El Al
Israel Airlines.

To study a subject best,
understand it thoroughly
before you start.

SIT FOR CHANUKAH

; "THE
WAITING
GAME"



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FASHIONS FOR THE STYLE CONSCIOUS MOTHER-TO-BE

plus that NEW BORN size (0)
to TODDLER size 4(T).

. . Holiday Hours . . .

Mon.-Sun. 10-5, Thursday 10-8

20

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YIDDISH IS HEIMISH:
12:30 p.m. Thursday,
WCAR (1090), an all-
Yiddish program of music,
news, interviews and other
features with Hy
Shenk= Lan

Applegate Square
29767 Northwestern Hwy.
at Inkster
Southfield — 352-9799

Mon. -Sat. 10-5. Thurs. til 8

COMMENCING DECEMBER 13 OPEN EVERY EVENING III 8:30

to

Detroiter Susan Acker, second from left, is one of
13 new immigrants among the 56 nursing students to
enter the Henrietta Szold-Hadassah School of Nurs-
ing in Jerusalem. Miss Acker, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Acker of Oak Park, formerly wrote book
reviews for The Jewish News. Pictured with her, are,
from left: Pnina Mizrachi, principal of the nursing
school; Prof. Kalman J. Mann, director-general of the
Hadassah Medical Organization; and Judith Steiner,
director of the Henrietta Szold-Hadassah School of
Nursing.

munity Foundation of the
United Jewish Charities.
This is a three-year ex-
periment to determine
whether such apartment
living can delay place-
ment of such elderly in-
dividuals into nursing
homes.
Residents' monthly fee
will include food, rent,
utilities and the services of
the caseworker and the
housekeeper from JFS.
Marvin Daitch, chairman of
the housing relocation
committee of JFS, indicated
that residents who can't af-
ford the full fee may be sub-
sidized.
Samuel Lerner, agency
director, indicated that the
program is modeled on simi-
lar programs in existence in
Baltimore, Washington and
St. Louis.
Persons interested in
applying for the program
should contact Zena Baum
at the Jewish Family Serv-
ice, 559-1500.

50%
OFF

Mao

JFS Still Seeks Applicants
for Group Home for Elderly

Gilbert B. Silverman,
president of Jewish Family
Service, announced that
applications are still being
accepted for the "Group Re-
sidences for the Elderly"
Program.
He said that two apart-
ments have been rented and
they should be ready for oc-
cupancy in December.
The project is aimed at
senior adults who are un-
able to manage independent
living, but who are not so
infirm as to need nursing
home care. By living in
these apartments they will
be able to remain in the
community in a family set-
ting rather than live in a
nursing home or institu-
tional setting.
Each apartment will
have three bedrooms.
They will be serviced by a
housekeeper who wi4 be
in attendance five days a
Reek. The project is
funded in part by a grant
from the Jewish Com-

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