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May 23, 1986 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-23

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Dr. Ribiat Is
Bonds Honoree

You are invited to attend
the Michigan Eye Institute
Cataract Focus Group

At the Cataract Focus Group,
you will meet the doctors, staff and
former patients of the Michigan Eye Institute,
and learn about new techniques to restore cataract
impaired vision. A complimentary light lunch will
be served, and information will be provided
for you to take home.

Wednesday, June 4, 12:00 Noon

`MICHIGAN EYE INSTITUTE

Dr. Laurence Ribiat

Dr. Laurence Ribiat, a life-
long member of Cong. Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses, will be
honored by the State of Israel at
the synagogue's annual tribute
dinner for State of Israel Bonds.
The event, scheduled for 6:30
p.m. June 24 in the synagogue's
social hall, will see Dr. Ribiat
presented with the Israel Free-
dom Award, "in recognition of
his outstanding service to his
synagogue and in appreciation
of his support of Israel's eco-
nomic development program."
A native Detroiter, Dr. Ribiat
attended Central High School
and Wayne State University;
then earned a D.O. degree at
the Des Moines College of Oste-
opathic Medicine and Surgery.
He is a member of the Genesee
County, Oakland County,
Michigan and American Osteo-
pathic Assocations.
In addition to his leadership
role with Israel Bonds, Dr.
Ribiat is active in many com-
munal organizations.
Tribute dinner chairman is
Dr. Harris Mainster. In advance
of the dinner Dr. and Mrs.
Mainster `will hold a private Is-
rael Bond leadership reception
in their Bloomfield Hills home
on Wednesday. Guest speaker at
the reception is Michael Bar-
Zohar, noted Israeli author and
a former member of Israel's
Knesset..
For information and tribute
dinner reservations, call Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.

Israel, Greece
To Coordinate
Travel Campaign

Athens (JTA) — Israel and
Greece are expected to sign an
agreement for a joint tourism
advertising campaign in the
United States during the five
day visit here of Israel's Min-
ister ' of Tourism, Avraham
Sharir, which began last Sun-
day.
Sharir is the first Israeli
Minister to visit Greece in an of-
ficial capacity since Abba
Eban's visit in 1962 as Minister
of Education. He was greeted at
the airport by Pabliotis Roum-
eliotis, Undersecretary of Na-
tional Economy.

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