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June 05, 1987 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-05

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JEWELRY APPRAISALS

At Very Reasonable Prices

Call For An Appointment

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established 1919

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FINE JEWELERS

30400 Telegraph Road
Suite 134
Birmingham, MI 48010
(313) 642-5575

GEM/DIAMOND SPECIALIST

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING AND EVALUATION

LOCAL NEWS

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Daily 10:00-5:30
Thurs. 10:00-8:30
Sat. 10:00-5:00

A nurse for many years.

Mary Baker asks the right questions to help
you find the right doctor.

Meeting recently on the Neighborhood Project are from left,
standing: Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg, Phillip Applebaum, Irwin
Cohen and Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash; and seated: Jeff Mossoff,
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, Jim August and Rabbi Michael Baum.

Ice Cream Social
To Boost Neighborliness

"Love Thy Neighborhood"
will be the theme of an ice
cream social for residents of
Oak Park, Southfield and Hun-
tington Woods June 14, spon-
sored by The Neighborhood
Project.

The get-acquainted gather-
ing, called for 1-4 p.m. at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch
of the Jewish Community
Center, will bring together
those who have moved into the
area during the last 18 months
to meet with established

residents and invite them to
discover the cultural,- educa-
tional and recreational
resources available to them.
Fifteen rabbis and leaders
from Reform, Conservative and
Orthodox synagogues met
recently to offer their
assistance and that of their con-
gregations in coordinating syn-
agogue-Neighborhood Project
activities.
For information about the ice
cream social or the
Neighborhood Project, call Har-
riet Cooper, director, 967-1112.

Newsman Kalb Blasts
Reagan Foreign Policy

Finding the right doctor is not an easy
task. There are so many doctors. So many
specialists. Asking a friend for a name is no
guarantee of quality. And phone book list-
ings don't help much when you are looking
for a doctor with special medical experience,
convenient hours, a particular office location
or foreign language skills.
But talking to an experienced medical
professional like Mary, at the Doctors'
Appointment Desk, can make the job of
finding_a doctor a lot easier. She won't just
give you the names of three doctors and
send you on your way like most referral
programs. She asks questions. Helps you
make an intelligent decision as to the type
of doctor you need. In some cases, she can

even set up your first appointment for you—
usually within 3 to 5 days. And there's
absolutely no charge for this service.
Physicians participating in the Doctors'
Appointment Desk are located throughout
the metropolitan Detroit area and are on
staff at Harper and Grace hospitals. So it will
be easy for Mary to find doctors near your
home or place of work.
Talk to a medical professional when you
need help finding the right doctor. Call the
Doctors' Appointment Desk 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. Mary or another qualified
nurse is on duty Monday through Friday
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After hours, leave
a message and Mary will get back with you
first thing the next business day.

Doctors' Appointment Desk

745-9626

Harper Hospital till Grace Hospital

Members of The Detroit Medical Center

The Academic Health Center of Wayne State University

18

Friday, June 5, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HEIDI PRESS

News Editor

Veteran CBS and NBC
newsman, Marvin Kalb,
criticized the Reagan Ad-
ministration's foreign policy
Sunday night, calling it
"Disneyworld at the White
House."
Speaking at the annual
Scopus Award Dinner of the
Michigan Chapter of the
American Friends of the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem at the Hyatt Regen-
cy Hotel, Kalb called U.S. deal-
ings with Iran and the
Nicaraguan Contras an "absur-
dity" He continued, "when you
listen to the Iran-Contra hear-
ings you are convinced you're
listening to Disneyworld at - the
White House."
Kalb addressed the 350 din-
_ ner guests as well -about what
he called the "closeness of the
press and government." He also
focused on how the press makes
news, as in the case of the
Miami Herald's surveillance of
former presidential hopeful
Gary Hart's residence. He call-
ed the paper's actions
"disgusting," adding that he

conduct
Hart's
found
disgusting as well.
Kalb said that in his 30 years
as a broadcast journalist, he
"loved to be used" by politi-
cians, but, he-added, it was his
responsibility to decide
whether or not to air informa-
tion given to him from them.

,

He called Soviet Secretary
General Mikhail Gorbachev
"an absolute genius" in the way
he uses the media to his
advantage.
Kalb said that, in a way, the
press and government work
together to form public policy.
He added that sometimes the
press is referred to as the fourth
branch of government.
On another topic, Kalb
criticizesd the Israeli govern-
ment, saying that it faces
"bizarre political cir-
cumstances." He commented
that because of the depths of
hatred and distrust between
the- Labor and Likud parties,
the Israeli government is
unable to put' any policy into
motion. Despite this, Kalb
maintained that Israel "has the
key for moving the entire
region (Mideast) to a lower level
of hostility."
Kalb is leaving broadcasting

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