Friday, November 2, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
SAM'S SHOE REPAIR
(Was Formerly Tel-12 Shoe Repair)
Change your shoes to
new fashion heels
We specialize in Orthopedic work
In the Tel-12 Mall
What We Practice.
• CARING FOR THE OLDER PERSON AT HOME
In 3 sessions, November 1, 8, and 15, 2:00-4:30 p.m.
Grace Hospital, 18700 Meyers Rd., South of 7 Mile
A series designed by health care professionals
to prepare family members for care of the older person
who is ill. Presentations by doctor, nurse, dietitian,
pharmacist, home care coordinator, physical therapist
and community health nurse on safety, nutrition,
medication management, nursing care, community
resources and assistance, and more.
• UPDATE ON TREATMENT OF ARTHRITIS
Monday, November 12, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Grace Hospital, 18700 Meyers Rd., South of 7 Mile
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Felix Fernandez-Madrid, M.D., Professor and
Chief of Rheumatology, WSU and Harper and Grace
Hospitals; and Teresa Doyle, R.N., M.S.N., Clinical
Nurse Specialist, Rheumatology, WSU will discuss and
clarify recent medical advances and developments.
Psychological and family issues also included.
• REDUCING YOUR RISKS TO CANCER
Tuesday, November 27, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Birney Middle School, 27225 Evergreen Rd., Southfield
Lawrence H. Baker, D.O., FACOI, Director of Oncology
Division, WSU and Harper and Grace Hospitals will
provide an overview of recent developments in cancer
treatment and research. Gwen M. MacKenzie,
R.N., M.N., clinical nurse specialist in cancer, will dis-
cuss ways to reduce cancer risks. Co-sponsored by
the City of Southfield Department of Human Resources.
For reservations, phone 494-8983 or 354-4864.
• FOR RESERVATIONS OR MORE INFORMATION
about these and other free health, growth, living and
self-help programs, call 494-8983, or write:
Health Dimensions, 3990 John R, Detroit, MI 48201.
Harper Hospital till Grace Hospital
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State Bar of Michigan
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Judge George N. Bashara Jr., Formerly
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Hon. Dennis Drury, 52nd District Court, 4th Div.
Hon. Daniel J. Van Antwerp, 36th District Court
Hon. James P. Sheehy, 52nd District Court, 3rd Div.
Sharon Tosch, Bloomfield Hills School Board
Irving R. Blum, Atty.
William Fischel, Atty.
John Gnau Jr.
Alan Gorosh, Atty.
Murray Katzman, Atty.
Gary Lupiloff, Atty.
Steven Lupiloff, Atty.
Dr. Daniel Marcus
Thomas Pearlman, Atty.
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British official urges
Jerusalem (JTA) — British
Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey
Howe has called on Israel to freeze
West Bank settlements "to make
it plain to all that Israel has no
intention of preempting the out-
come of negotiations."
Howe, on his first visit ever to
Israel, made the request Monday
night in a speech to Cabinet
Ministers, Knesset members and
reporters at the official dinner
given in his honor by his host, De-
puty Premier and Foreign Minis-
ter Yitzhak Shamir.
Howe said Israeli-Arab peace
must be based on the twin princi-
ples of "acceptance by all of the
Palestinians' right to self-
The Foreign Secretary observed
that "self determination means
just what it says. It means that
the Palestinians should be able to
choose that attainable constitu-
tional arrangements they can
willingly accept." He added that
the Palestinians must commit
themselves to "finding a solution,
not by violence but by peaceful
Howe spurned any comparison
between the Palestine Liberation
Organization, which in his view
should be associated with the
Middle East peace process if the
Palestinians so wish, and the
Irish Republican Army. He said
that in Ireland, on both sides,
"people can express their demo-
cratic rights at the ballot box."
to mark former
Jewish culture sites
Bonn (JTA) — Some 5,000
marks ($17,000) will be made
available next year to mark var-
ious former Jewish cultural sites
in the Lower Francony District in
the federal state of Bavaria. A de-
cision to that effect has been
taken by the cultural committee
of the district government.
Most of the work will involve
putting commemoration markers
on buildings of former synagogues
which had either been destroyed
or are being used for non-religious
purposes. The project, which will
be carried out in cooperation with
the district's Jewish community,
was approved by 230 small towns
and villages in the district.
The names of volunteers
honored by the Jewish Fed-
eration Apartments appear-
ing in last week's Jewish
News were in error. The
names of the honorees should
'have read Sophie and Harry
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