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April 06, 1984 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 6, 1984

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INVITATIONS?
Hattie Schwartz

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FOR THE
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• The Finest Invitations and Stationery
• The Best Entertainment For Any Occasion
• ENTERTAINMENT
• INVITATIONS
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REMEMBER, THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A
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From Sinai Hospital to You...

tivo Free Programs on
Health and Fitness

Sinai Hospital in cooperation with the

Sinai Hospital in cooperation with the

Farmington Community
Education Department

West Bloomfield Community
Education Department

presents

presents

Keeping Emotionally
and Physically Fit

Tell Me Where
It Hurts

a free program, open to the public, on managing
stress and keeping the heart healthy through
diet, exercise and lifestyle changes.

a free program, open to the public,
on back, neck and shoulder pain

Wednesday, April 11, 1984
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, April 12, 1984
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Ten Mile Community School
32789 Ten Mile Road between
Farmington Road and Orchard Lake Road

Orchard Lake Middle School
6000 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48033

Speakers:
Barry Franklin, Ph.D., Program Director

Program:

Cardiovascular Fitness and Rehabilitation
Program, Sinai Hospital

Back Pain (What is a "disc"?)
Joseph C. Honet, M.D., Chairman

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Sinai Hospital of Detroit

David Wrisley, M.D., Medical Director

Cardiovascular Fitness and Rehabilitation
Program, Sinai Hospital

John Franklin, M.D.
Martin Lubetsky, M.D.

from the Problems of Daily
Living Clinic, Sinai Hospital

Register at the Ten Mile Community School
or by mail to:
Farmington Community Education,
32789 Ten Mile Road,
Farmington, Michigan 48024
(Include your name, address, telephone
number, and name of class.)

Neck Pain (What is "whiplash"?)
Michael G. Sperl, M.D.

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Sinai Hospital of Detroit

Shoulder Pain (What is "bursitis"?)
Maury R. Ellenberg, M.D.

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Sinai Hospital of Detroit

Questions and Answers—Panel
Pre-registration is necessary
Contact in person or by mail :
West Bloomfield Schools
Community Education Department
5475 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48033

The Carmel Wine Co. of Israel recently received the
certification of the Orthodox Union confirming all its wines
and spirits kosher for year round and Passover use. Pictured
at the official signing ceremony is Yoram Kafkafi, center,
executive vice president and central manager of the Carmel
Wine Co., Inc., and, from left: Nathan K. Gross, chairman of
the Kashruth Division of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America; the union's rabbinic coordinator
Rabbi Menachem Genack and associate rabbinic
administrator Rabbi Philip H. Reiss.

Israeli Olympic delegation
to include 25 athletes

Tel Aviv (JTA) —
There will be at least 25
men and women represent-
ing Israel when more than
10,000 athletes from
throughout the world arrive
in Los Angeles in July for
the 1984 Olympic Games,
according to Yitzhak Ofek,
president of the Israel
Olympic Committee.
While the list is not final,
as Israel continues to hold
tryouts through May, Ofek
was optimistic that Israel's
team will fare well in the
summer games.
In addition to the 25
athletes already slated for
travel to Los Angeles, Is-
rael's basketball team, if it
plays well in the European
Challenge tournament in
Paris, would gain a bid to
the Olympic Games.
Israel is certain to com-
pete in at least nine differ-
ent events. Shimon Brook-
man and Eitan Friedlander
are believed to have the best
chances for securing an

National
Holocaust
commemoration

Washington — The U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Coun-
cil will sponsor "Days of
Remembrance" April 29-30.
Holocaust memorial
events will include an eve-
ning of commemoration
through the performing arts
at the Kennedy Center on
April 29, and a national
commemoration ceremony
at the Capitol on April 30.
Participating April 29
will be Elie Wiesel, Helen
Hayes, Lorne Greene,
James Earl Jones, Michael
Moriarty, Joseph Wiseman,
Michael York, Orson Wel-
les, Meg Tilley, Ted Koppel,
Tom Brokaw, Sherrill
Milnes, the Howard Uni-
versity Choir, the American
Symphony Orchestra, Is-
raeli pianist Ilana Vered
and the , Giora Feidman
Trio.
Speakers April 30 will in-
clude Wiesel, Vice
President George Bush and
House Speaker Tip O'Neil.

Olympic medal when they
compete in the 470 sailing
event. They are currently
ranked third in the world
and first in Europe in this
event.
At the 1976 Olympic
Games in Montreal, a total
of 11 competitors in wrestl-
ing, weightlifting, shooting
and track and field, in addi-
tion to 22 soccer players
comprised the Israeli team.
There was no Israeli delega-
tion at the 1980 Moscow
games, Israel having
elected to boycott the games
following the United States
lead.

Prof finds
new Diabetes
treatment

Jerusalem — The poten-
tial benefits for diabetes
patients of an exotic spice
commonly used by Yemi-
nite Jews are being re-
searched by a Hebrew Uni-
versity professor.
Dr. Zecharia Madar, a
lecturer at the university's
Faculty of Agriculture in
Rehovot, has found that by
adding a small amount of
the spice Fenugreek to the
diets of diabetic rats, it is
possible to significantly re-
duce the level of glucose in
their bloodstreams.
The next step, according
to Dr. Madar, is to under-
take tests along these lines
with a group of Israeli
diabetics. The tests have
been approved by the local
Helsinki committee on re-
search involving humans.

New fund
at Hebrew U.

Jerusalem — The Omar
Oscar Marcus Fund for
Understanding and Peace
Between Arabs and Jews
has been established at the
Harry S. Trurrian Research
Institute for the Advance-
ment of Peace at Hebrew
University.
The fund, named for
German photojournalist
Omar Marcus, will be used
to sponsor a variety of uni-
versity activities.

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