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August 06, 1993 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-06

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Where can you find a
pediatrician at 8 pm. on
a holiday weekend?

Children's Hospital
of Michigan
Evening &Weekend
Pediatric Center.

Now your children can have the special
care they need "after hours." During the
evening. On weekends. Evenholidays.
Staffed by pediatricians affiliated with
Children's Hospital of Michigan, the
center handles non-emergency conditions
when your child's regular physician is not
available. After a visit to the center, we'll
provide your child's physician with a
follow-up report so he or she can continue
treatment, if necessary.
Our center is located on The Detroit
Medical Center's Lahser Campus at 27207
Lahser Road, Suite 201, just north of Eleven
Mile Rd. in Southfield. Call 827-7940 for
more information.
Weekdays: 6 p.m.-11 p.m.
Weekends/Holidays: 1 p.m.-9 p.m.
No appointment is necessary.
Call 745-5000 and ask for this free card.
Carry it with you and you'll
always have
phone numbers \
handy for 'after
hours" child care.

Louis Freeh:
No qualms from ADL.

torney General Webster
Hubbell's membership in a
club with very few minority
members. He subsequently
resigned from the club.
ADL appears to have no
such qualms about Mr.
Freeh, who breezed through
his confirmation hearings
before the Judiciary Com-
mittee last week and is ex-
pected to be easily confirmed
by the Senate.
In a statement, ADL Na-
tional Director Abraham
Foxman praised Mr. Freeh,
who is currently a New York
federal judge and formerly
worked as an FBI agent.
"He's had civil rights ex-
perience and knows interna-
tional law enforcement —
two vitally important
aspects of prosecution
criminal activity in the
United States, including ter-
rorist bombings," Mr. Fox-
man said.
"We look forward to our
continued positive and pro-
ductive relationship with
the FBI under the leadership
of Judge Freeh," Mr. Fox-
man continued.
The issue of FBI monitor-
ing of hate crimes, a major
concern of ADL and other
Jewish groups, did not come
up in Mr. Freeh's hearings. ❑

Wayne State University

Children's Hospital
of Michigan

Evening and Weekend
Pediatric Center Ei

•The Detroit Medical Center: • Children's Hospital of Michigan • Detroit
Receiving Hospital and University Health Center • Grace Hospital • Harper
Hospital
- Huron Valley Hospital • Hutzel Hospital • Rehabilitation Institute of
Michigan • DMC Health Care Centers • DMC Occupational Health Services

10.00 OFF

El Al Breaks
Flight Record

Tel Aviv (JTA) — El Al
broke its own record last
Sunday in the number of
flights flown and passengers
carried in a 24- hour period.
The Israeli national
airline flew 76 flights that
day with some 18,500 pas-
sengers arriving at, and
taking off from, Ben- Gurion
International Airport.
The day's flights included
four jumbo jets to New York,

with 1,800 passengers. ❑



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