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April 24, 1992 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-24

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NEWS

HAVE YOU BEEN TOUCHED BY CANCER?

Joanne Zuroff's

cecrorciT
'scorer

Seminars for Active,
Recovering &
Recovered
Cancer Patients

A DINNER PROGRAM FOR PROSTATE CANCER
PATIENTS, SURVIVORS AND INTERESTED OTHERS

Monday, May 4, 6.10 p.m.

Tuesday, May 5, 6.10 p.m.

The Dearborn Inn
20301 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn

Embassy Suites
28100 Franklin Rd., Southfield

Fee: $45 (Includes Dinner)

Fee: $45 (Includes Dinner)

PROSTATE CANCER: SECRETS OF SURVIVAL: AN UPDATE

John Moenck, Co-founder of US TOO

Prostate Cancer Survivor Support Group, Chicago, Illinois

Also featuring: RAP SESSIONS led by local facilitators
Sharon Cure, Director of Patient & Family Services
Michigan Cancer Foundation, Meyer L. Prentis Comprehensive Cancer Center
Barbara Bicking, SWT, Coordinator, East Region
Michigan Cancer Foundation, Meyer L. Prentis Comprehensive Cancer Center
Jean Parzuchowski, RN, MS, OCN, G.U. Cancer Coordinator
Cancer Institute, Detroit Medical Center
Jerry Kaufman, MA, OSW, Cancer Survivor

Monday, May 18 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 19, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Omni Hotel
333 E. Jefferson, Detroit

Ritz-Carlton
300 Town Center Drive, Dearborn

Fee: $90 (Includes Lunch & Valet Parking)

Fee: $90 (Includes Lunch)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

Dorothe T. Ernest, ACSW, LCSW

Belleruth Naperstek

Executive Director, The Wellness Community,
Chicago / Western Suburbs

Cleveland Heights, Ohio, psychotherapist and
author of Health Journeys audio tapes specializing
in guided imagery to help the body heal.

Speaking on:

Speaking on:

BEYOND THE

Also featuring:

Veronica Decker, R.N., M.S., C.S., founder
of Cancer Counseling, Troy, Michigan
Phyllis Band Seel, Ph.D., psychologist,
Bloomfield, Hills, Michigan
Joanne Zuroff, president and founder of
Recovery & Discovery, Inc.

THE WONDER OF GUIDED IMAGERY

Also featuring:

Veronica Decker, R.N., M.S., C.S., founder
of Cancer Counseling, Troy, Michigan
Joanne Zuroff, president and founder of
Recovery & Discovery, Inc.

ALSO FEATURING LOCAL AUTHORITIES
• Make-up • Wigs • Head Coverings • Exercise
• Recuperative Wardrobe • Personal Shopping Services
For reservations and information call 626-1985.
Please send check and date of seminar to:
Recovery & Discovery, 31445 Franklin Fairway Dr., Farmington Hills, MI 48334

SERVING METROPOLITAN DETROIT FOR OVER 100 YEARS

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Sinking Syrian Boat
Towed To Haifa Port

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A Syrian
merchant vessel in danger of
sinking was towed last week
to Haifa port for repairs by
Israeli navy missile boats,
which sped to its aid in re-
sponse to distress signals.
Israeli longshoremen
worked shoulder to shoulder
with Syrian seamen
transferring cargo to barges
in order to lighten the mo-
torship Kayess and return it
to an even keel.
Navy and port authorities
said they had no problems
dealing with the Syrian-flag
ship and its crew, although
Israel and Syria are
technically in a state of war.

"Maritime tradition says
you don't worry about the
nationality of a vessel and •
mariners whenyou receive a
distress signal. You just
rush to aid the stricken
vessel," a port spokesman
said.
The Kayess had sailed
from Alexandria, Egypt,
bound for Beirut, Lebanon,
with a mixed cargo of

vegetables, sugar and ce-
ment.
It sent out an SOS about
35 miles northwest of Haifa
on the night of April 23,
after a leak flooded its
engine room and threatened
to capsize the vessel.
The signal was picked up
by the Haifa Marine Com-
munications Center, which
relayed it to the Israeli navy.
Within minutes, missile
boats were speeding to the
rescue.
They towed the badly
listing Kayess to Haifa,
where harbor tugs took over
and eased it into shallow
water. There the task began
of pumping the ship dry and
returning it to an even keel.
Crew members reportedly
said the ship was overloaded
and leaking when it left
Alexandria.
Its master, Capt. Abdul
Kadr Mansur, told reporters
that this was the second
time in a year that he was
rescued at sea by the Israeli
navy under similar cir-
cumstances.

Bonn Is Considering
Israel Aid Request

Bonn (JTA) — The Bonn
government has confirmed
that it is considering Israel's
request for billions of dollars
in financial assistance to aid
in the absorption of new
immigrants.
The announcement said
that talks between the two
countries are continuing but
did not disclose what
amounts were being discuss-
ed.
A government spokesman
refused to comment on
reports that Washington has
asked Bonn not to grant
Israel credits as long as the
issue of U.S. loan guarantees
for Israel remains unresolv-
ed. The U.S. State Depart-
ment has denied making
such a request.
Israel has asked the
United States to underwrite
$10 billion in private loans
to help it absorb 1 million
immigrants expected in the
next five years. The Bush
administration has refused
the guarantees unless Israel
freezes settlement activity
in the administered ter-
ritories, a condition the
Israeli government rejects.
Israel reportedly has asked
the Germans for about $6.2
billion in aid. Bonn has
offered $1.2 billion in long-

term loans, an amount Israel
rejected as insufficient, dip-
lomats here said.
Israel also rejected an offer
of $2 billion in credit guar-
antees, German television
said. But negotiations with
the Finance Ministry con-
tinue.
Israel's request for Ger-
man financial assistance
dates from Foreign Minister

A government
spokesman
refused to
comment on
reports that
Washington has
asked Bonn not to
grant Israel
credits.

David Levy's visit to Bonn in
March 1991, shortly after
the Persian Gulf War ended.
Mr. Levy argued that
former East Germany,
unlike West Germany, never
paid reparations to Nazi
persecutees or to Israel.
When the two Germanys
were united in 1990, the
Bonn government was
supposed to assume that
obligation.

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