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October 09, 1987 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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Men's Furnishings &
Accessories

626-0886

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At 13 Mile Road
Inside Antonio's Salon

Always at least 20-35% OFF
19011 W. 10 Mile, Sfld.
•Bet. Slid. &' Evergreen

Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-6
Thurs. 10-8

352-1080

Mon.-Sat. 9:30-6

Thurs. till 7

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INSURANCE

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• HEALTH
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• IRA'S

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PODIATRIST
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FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1987

I

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24333 Orchard Lake
Suite C

(North of 10 Mile)

Hotline

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hospital clinics for a more
careful screening."
Over half the callers to the
Jerusalem branch are men,
according to Kron, and this
surprises him. In mental
health centers, for example,
far more women seek
assistance than men, Kron
observes. "It's an interesting
phenomenon that reflects an
Israeli male population still
holding to a traditionally
stoic male role, at least in
public. and yet when the
stigma of getting help is
removed via an anonymous
phone conversation, men, too,
show their willingness to
discuss emotions in an at-
tempt to solve personal prob-
lems."
The Jewish calendar of
festivals and family gather-
ings can take a significant toll
on those responsible for their
preparation. Before the
Passover holidays, for exam-
ple, ERAN receives frequent
calls from women in distress.
Explains Kron, "Cleaning for

the Passover season can be a
monumental task that re-
quires many days to com-
plete. Women, just after
Purim, begin to anticipate the
job and often panic. We
receive many calls of this
nature which are really
motivated by a desire to com-
municate more openly with
other family members so that
the responsibilities can be
shared. We help give women
the support they need so they
can improve their stituation."
The Jerusalem ERAN pro-
gram hopes to expand its ser-
vices to include the Arab
population of the city in, the
near future. Kron remarks,
"Presently, we receive few
calls from Arabic speakers.
Yet, we hope that by training
Arab volunteers and letting
their local community know
that we exist, we will en-
courage many more people to
take advantage of our
telephone hotline." 0

World Zionist Press Service

I LOCAL NEWS

Gen. Horev To Speak
At Technion Dinner

.

Gen. Amos Horev will be
the keynote speaker at the
39th annual dinner of the
Detroit Chapter, American
Society for Technion-Israel In-
stitute of Technology to be
held at 6:15 p.m. Oct. 29 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Gen. Horev served for nine
years (1973-1982) as president
of the Technion. He was born
in Jerusalem in 1924. During
the 1940s, while in the
Haganah, he helped bring il-
legal immigrants into
Palestine. During the 1948
War of Independence, Horev
commanded the forces which
used the "Burma Road"
through the Judean hills to
break the Arab siege of
Jerusalem. He held a number
of senior command and staff
positions in the Israel army,
primarily as chief of or-
dinance (1954-1962), where
he was responsible for ad-
vancements in Israel's
military capability.
He was educated at M.I.T. in
Boston, earning bachelor's
and master's degrees in
mechanical engineering and
returned there for further
post-graduate work in 1962.
In 1968 he became chief of
logistics, and was responsible
for the new emphasis on
research and development in
the Israel Defense Forces. His
last post connected with the
military was as chief
scientist.
Gen. Horev served as chair-

Gen. Amos Horev

man of the government com-
mittee on manpower re-
quirements for high
technology industries, which
became known as the Horev
Committee. Its report served
as the basis for technological
manpower. In 1982 he was
named chairman of the board
of the Israel Nuclear Power
Program.

Weight Loss
Group to Meet

The Oak Park Chapter of
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sen-
sibly), will hold an open
house, Monday 7:15 p.m. at
the Oak Park Community
Center, 14300 Oak Park
Blvd.
Women, teens and pre-
teens interested in losing
weight are invited. There is
no charge.

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