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February 07, 1986 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 7, 1986



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of giving, with no opportunism."
Neither Newman, Feinberg or
Wolfe know where the chain
will stop. "The possibilities are
endless," they concur.
Although the project was ini-
tially conceived to address the
needs of the adult hearing-
impaired population, those citi-
zens are in no way the only in-
dividuals helped. Dr. Levi
mailed a heartwarming article
which appeared in the Nov. 11,
1985 edition of Maariv. A
three-year-old child of new im-
migrants was the recipient of a
donated aid which eliminated
her moderate hearing loss.
"The implications are there,"
muses Wolfe. "Who knows?
haps Soviet Jewish or Ethiopian
immigrants can be helped by
this program."
Feinberg speculates that there
may be untapped potential
sources for thi e recycling of addi-
tional aids.
"There may be people who
had an elderly relative living
with them who left a hearing
aid in their house. When a loved
one passes on, as sad as that oc-
casion is, it could be a real
source of comfort to know that
that person's aid could mean a
new lease on life for another." ❑

erly fitted and have gone on to
enjoy fuller lives.
One understanding of the pro-
gram is that if a surplus of do-
nated aids remains in
Jerusalem, Hadassah's Speech
and Hearing Center will make
them available to other areas of
Israel where a need exists.
Besides crossing continents
and oceans, the hearing aids
have crossed religions, as well.
"The Minneapolis manufac-
turer who is doing most of our
repair work for us now is a
non-Jewish firm," stresses Fein-
berg. "And when his program
first began, it was a non-Jewish
Detroiter who donated his help."
The Minneapolis firm is donat-
ing its repair work.
Dealers continue to send
trade-ins to Feinberg, and he
has also received new aids re-
cently. But the majority con-
tinue to arrive from Jewish
homes for the aged across the
continent, where an item once
thought dormant has given new
life to people abroad.
"You can talk about network-
ing till you're exhausted," says
Wolfe, who this month became
president of the North American
Association of Jewish Homes
and Housing for the Aged. "But
here's a spontaneous, pure form

Kissinger May Aid Taba

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Former
U.S. Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger would consider serv-
ing as neutral chairman of the
three-member arbitration panel
to resolve Israel's border dispute
with Egypt over Taba, if he was
formally invited to assume that
role. The American diplomat
said he first learned his name
had been proposed when he ar-
rived in Israel last Friday.
Kissinger came here to accept
an honorary doctorate from Tel
Aviv University citing his many
achievements in global diplo-
macy and "his continuing inf-
luential and dominant role in
world affairs as an elder states-
man."
Henry Kissinger: Hat in Taba
Addressing a gathering at the ring.
university, he offered a formula
to achieve peace in the Middle
It was Kissinger's shuttle dip-
East based on the methods he lomacy as Secretary of State
applied successfully in the ,during the Nixon and Ford Ad-
region more than a decade ago.
ministrations which led to the
He said step-by-step tech- separation of forces agreement
niques plus partial ar-, between Israel, Egypt and Syria
rangements "if we cannot after the Yom Kippur War.
achieve all in one set of negotia-
Meaawhile, the Director-
tions and Muth patience!' (*add .. Copra
the Prime Minister's
help aging peace le the Middle 'Office of
Miaham
Tamir, is it
r,
initial talks nn draft
Kissinger was guest::of bailor Cairalr
ukei*bitration compromise
at,ii dinner party given by Ahba
also it is hope(
.Ebaa, chairman of:the Kaesset's • on Tabu , , and
;betting up a summii
Foreign Affairs and Security, ,tiere 0 1 between
Piemier Shi
Committee. He mentioned a
President Hosn
and
oall'eres.
pi
possible role as arbitrator in the
Taba dispute on that occasion, - • Mubarak.
-However, a 'summit meeting
noting that he would have to be
formally asked before he gave it betweei the two leaders will no
formal consideration.
take place before March
Israel has agreed to submit Haaretz reported. The news
Is
the Taba dispute to binding paper said Egypt informed have
arbitration. The arbitration rael that a summit would
panel would consist of one Is- to await clear definition of th
raeli, one Egyptian and a third principles that will govern th
party mutually acceptable to the arbitration process in the Tall
border dispute.
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