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September 09, 1983 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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60 Friday, September 9, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Twenty-five percent of
the world's Jewish popula-
tion lives in Israel, but 40

percent of the world's
Jewish children are born in
Israel.

A HEALTHY & HAPPY NEW YEAR

KOW KOW INN

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Caribbean Medical School to Offer Jewish Amenities

By BEN FRANK

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

Each year, 34,000 medi-
cal students in the United
States apply for 17,000
available seats; and a head-
line in a recent newspaper
article disclosed that be-
cause of the lack of medical
school seats, U.S. students
are flocking abroad.
While all the applicants
are not Jewish, there still

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One new foreign school
where issues concerning
Jewish students are dealt
with is the recently char-
tered University. of St.
Lucia School of Medicine lo-
cated on the Caribbean Is-
land of St. Lucia. Classes
and tests will not be held on
the Sabbath or Jewish holi-
days and the school hopes to
have a strictly kosher com-
missary together with
appropriate religious serv-
ices.
"We want students of all
religions and races to feel at
home and that includes Or-

The Farmington Hills Li-
brary will sponsor a
monthly creative writing
workshop for students in
grades seven through 12
beginning Tuesday at 4 p.m.
The workshop will con-
vene at 4 p.m. on the second
Tuesday of each month
through December at the li-
brary, 32737 W. 12 Mile Rd.
For information, call Chris
Abbate, 474-7770. •
The library will also host
a program on fall and
winter fashions for women
7:30-9:30 p.m. Sept. 15.
For information, call Bill
Jenkins, 553-0030.

Old Car Festival
This Weekend

AND THEIR ENTIRE STAFF
WISH EVERYONE
A

RIALTO

Since discriminatory
quotas are by and large
long since past, the prob-
lem today is simply get-
ting into the limited
spaces available in medi-
cal schools.

544-7933

OPEN 7 DAYS...BREAKFAST—LUNCH--DINNER
• Cocktails • Wine • Beer

thodox Jews," said Howard
I. Rhine, a New York attor-
ney, former president of
COLPA (the National
Jewish Commission on Law
and Public Affairs) and now
the chairman of the board of ,
directors of the University
of St. Lucia School of
Medicine, which will open
this fall. "No student will be
penalized for his religious
beliefs."
One of the main reasons
St. Lucia, with a population
of 150,000, was picked for a
new medical school was the
fact that next to the site of
the medical school is a 225-
bed existing hospital — Vic-
toria Hospital — with which
the School of Medicine is

Group Seeks
Donations for
Fall Auction

The sponsors of the sixth
Archives of American Art
Auction are seeking dona-
tions to be auctioned off at
the event, which is
scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct.
12 at the Detroit Athletic
Club.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Alfred
Taubman are the honorary
co-chairmen for this year's
auction. The Archives of
American Art is an affiliate
of the Smithsonian Institu-
tion in Washington, D.C.
For information or to do-
nate a work of art, call the
Archives office, 226-7544.

Writing Seminar,
Fashion Program
at Area Library

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- • FRESH FILET OF LEMON SOLE

are a large number of
Jewish men and women
seeking medicine as a
career.
They follow, of course, a
long tradition of Jewish in-
volvement and rapture with
medicine and healing. From
the beginning of history
until modern times, Jews
have exercised -a tremen-
dous influence on the de-
velopment of medical sci-
ence.

More than 300 cars and
trucks dating from 1900 to
1925 will be on display at
Greenfield Village in Dear-
born this weekend at the
33rd annual Old Car Festi-
val.
This year's festival, to be
held Saturday and Sunday
during regular village
hours, also features an ex-
hibit of automobile litera-
ture, license plates, brass
lamps and other acces-
sories
For further information,
call the village, 271-1620.

.

Massacre Onus

Maj. Gen. Yehoshua
Saguy resigned in March as
chief of military intelli-
gence, and Brig. Gen. Amos
Yaron was stripped of his
command, both a result of
the findings of the Israeli
commission of inquiry into
the Beirut refugee camps

massacre.

Men prefer a prosperous

error.

Ilia.



associated.
In addition to a new elec-
tronically equipped 150 seat
auditorium, there will be a
new laboratory where
microscopes, slides and
skeletons will be available
for student use. An elabo-
rate media center is being
built to house a library
well-stocked with books and
periodicals, in addition to a
well-developed computer
and audio/visual center.

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AND HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

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VERY HAPPY AND
HEALTHY NEW YEAR

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Wish Everyone
The Very Utmost
In Health, Happiness
and Prosperity
on the celebration
of a
New Year

yquanzn mzuel

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