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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-11

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complish simple tasks such as
locating the bathroom.
"Carmel knows where it is all
the time and is always check-
ing the position of the pa-
tient. If the patient becomes
confused and veers off the
path to his destination,
Carmel takes the lead,"
Koren explained.
"I want to use technology
for people," Koren added. He
continues to improve the
robot by adding moveable
arms so it can perform more
complicated tasks.
It is Koren's hope that
Carmel will be available to
the public within a year. He
said the cost of such modern
technology will be
$5,000410,000.

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Rabbi Polish
Wins Award

Rabbi Daniel F. Polish of
Temple Beth El was recently
honored by the Catholic Press
Association for his October
1987 article in Ecumenical
Trends, a Catholic monthly.
The Catholic Press Associa-
tion chose Rabbi Polish's arti-
cle, "A Painful Legacy: Jews
and Catholics Struggle to
Understand Edith Stein and
Auschwitz," as the one of the
year's best editorials in a
Catholic publication.

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Corrections

Because of incorrect in-
formation supplied to The
Jewish News, the date of
the Jewish Federation
Apts. Chanukah bazaar
was in error. The correct
date is Sunday, Nov. 13.
Last week's story about
special needs services at
the local religious schools
should have said that An-
drea Liberman, learning
resource teacher at Akiva
Hebrew Day School,
teaches English studies.
The photograph accom-
panying last week's educa-
tion story was taken by
Bob McKeown.

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Mystery Ride
Is Planned

Charles Shapiro Post and
Auxiliary will have their
fourth annual mystery bus
ride on Saturday at 8 p.m.
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required. For reservations or
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Sherman, 542-6826.

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