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58 Friday, Number 21, 1981

Celiac Support
Group to Meet

The Celiac,- Sprue Asso-
ciation, a support group for
victims of this gastrointes-
tinal disorder, will have a
meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Providence Hospi-
tal's Fisher Center.
Psychiatrist Dr. Joseph
Fischhoff will speak on
"Stress in the Celiac - Sprue
Family." For information,
call President Roberta Gro-
din, 626-8577.

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Egyptian Delegation in Michigan(

Tokthat end, members
of the Detroit Jewish
community were invited
to a reception and semi-
nar on Sunday to meet
the Egyptian delegation
and LIT administration.

By ALAN HITSKY

Michigan played host
over the weekend to a
three-man delegation from
the Egyptian Embassy in
Washington which is seek-
ing to broaden that Middle
East country's ties to the
United States.
Minister of Commerce
and Economics El-Farouk
Chelbaya, economist Dr.
Roushdi Barakat and edu-
cational consultant Dr.
Hassan Ghoneim toured
Jordan College near Grand
Rapids and Lawrence Insti-
tute of Technology in South-
field.
According to Dr. John
Halick of Grand Rapids, one
of the organizers of the tour,
the Egyptian visit was de-
signed to foster technologi-
cal and educational inter-
raction and to promote good
foreign relations.

Participants included
businessman Marvin
Frankel and architect Louis
Redstone: Frankel was one
of the panel members, along
with the three Egyptians,
Dr. Halick and Dr. Robert
Johnson of Energy Conver-
sion Devices in Troy.

The delegation visited
working solar energy projI
ects on the Jordan College
campus and discussed solar
energy and other projects
that could help their nation.
Chelbaya expressed the
hope that such projects
would also be developed
with Israel in the future.
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should never have hap-
pened," Chelbaya said. "It
has dragged the Egyptian
effort (for modernization). It
took a great man like Sadat
to have the courage to step
out and have the right pol-
icy.
"We hope we have seen
the last war between Is-
rael and Egypt. We hope
it is the last war between
Egypt and any other
country."

Births

Nov. 9 —To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Frehsee (Karen
Tamaroff) of West Bloom-
field, a daughter, Nicole
Erin.
• • •
Nov. 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Marvin Sonne (Fran
Frohlich) of Lathrup Vil-
lage, a son, Jeffrey Adam.
• • •
Nov. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Chelbaya added that Mark A. Cantor (Lisa
Egypt wants to solidify its Dorfman) of Farmington
warm relations with the Hills, a daughter, Rebecca
U.S., saying that Egypt will Jamie.
• • •
be a promising market for
the next 20-30 years. "I'm
Nov. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
trying to convince our Sheldon B. Meeron (Loie
American friends to buy us Beth Glickstein) of Oak
while we are still cheap," Park, a son, Benjamin Sol-
Chelbaya smilingly told the omon.
• .
audience.
Dr. Halick, a physician
Nov. 1 — To former De-
who heads the Michigan troiters Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Higher Education facilities Rosenberg (Karen
Authority, expressed the Genendlis) of Woodland
hope that a North American Hills, Calif., a daughter,

office or institute could be
established in Michigan to
aid in Egypt's development.
He described Egypt as a
gateway to the Middle East
and Africa, a country that is
open to the Arabs, the Afri-
cans and the Israelis.

FLINT
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`Megarna' Concert

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion will present "Megama"
in concert 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong. Beth Israel.
For ticket information,
call the FJF, 767-5922.

Community
Calendar

Award Winner

Stanley Eisenberg of
Southfield was honored at
Hillsdale College's annual
alumni achievement and
recognition awards dinner.
Eisenberg received an
achievement award "for
outstanding service in his
profession.

It is beginning- to be
hinted that we are a nation
of amateurs.
— Lord Rosebery

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• • •
Oct. 28—To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard' Weinberg (Wendy
Sanders) of Farmington
Hills, a son, Joshua San-
ders.

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Seniors to Have
Hanuka Bazaar

The residents of the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments will hold their an-
nual Hanuka bazaar 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 6 at the
apartments, 15100 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park.

Crocheted and knitted
handicrafts; baked goods,

"white elephant" items and-
tribute cards will be on sale.

Kosher latkes and refresh-
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Chairing the event are
board members, Mrs. Ken-
neth Safran and Mrs. Henry
Krolik. The resident repre-
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