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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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On The Ocean

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PASSOVER 1994

* Cantor Allan R. Berman of Baltimore,
Md. formerly of Beth Tfiloh and
Liberty Jewish Center will chant
during Yom Toy
Rabbi Domb Officiating of 'Ibronto, Canada
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2 Gourmet Seders
3 Meals a Day
24 Hour Tea Room & Nosheria
Day Camp for Kids
Top Name Entertainment
Theme Parties at Poolside
Spa & Exercise Room
Tennis & Golf Packages Available
Shiurim By Rabbi Moshe Soloveichik, Chicago
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Have Y:Heard?

by Felix Cruz

Hearing Aid Specialist

1

Those who suffer from tinnitus (ringing in
the ears) are likely to find that ft has a disqui-
eting effect on their lives. Some creatively cope
with their problem, while others are led to trag-
ic distraction. Francisco de Goya, the great
Spanish painter, was plagued by an incessant
roar in his head after becoming deaf in 1793.
Fortunately for him, he was able to channel his
torment into his angst-ridden paintings. The
19th-century British physician and father of
otology (the study of hearing disorders),
Joseph Toynebee, was not so fortunate. He
died after inhaling chloroform in a desperate
attempt to relieve his tinnitus. Today, tinnitus
sufferers can avail themselves of the technol-
ogy of masking devices which may effective-
ly drown out the offending noises in their heads.

As part of its ongoing re-
search, the Simon Wiesenthal
Center is interested in hear-
ing from individuals who may
have information about Dr.
Hermann Maas, a pastor from
Heidelberg, Germany, during
the Nazi era.
Those with information
should contact Rabbi Abra-
ham Cooper, Simon Wiesen-
thal Center, 9760 West Pico
Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
90048; telephone (310) 553-
9036; or fax (310) 553-8007.

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Tinnitus can be caused by taking high
doses of ibuprofen over a prolonged period of
time. LUCAS-CRUZ HEARING AID SERVICE,
located at 18899 W.12 Mile Rd. in Lathrup Vil-
lage (424-8450), is here to help. We're your
total hearing health care center, and we have
devoted our professional careers to helping
alleviate hearing loss. We make it a point to
keep up with all the latest innovations in order
to best serve you, our valued clients, Hearing
loss affects one out of every ten persons in all
societies. If you suspect that you may be
among them, you owe it to yourself to come
in for a quick, painless hearing test. We also
make house calls.
P.S. Maskers may be fitted onto hearing
instruments or fitted independently.

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FEBRU ARY

• Summer Study Programs,
offered by the American Zion-
ist Youth Foundation (AZYF),
for high school and college stu-
dents in science, Hebrew and
Israel issues
• To Build and To Be Built,
whose participants work to re-
build the ancient city of Safed
while learning from Jewish
texts
• United Jewish Appeal/Jew-
ish Federation missions avail-
able for singles and families
throughout the year
• University programs —
summer and year-long — for
American students at several
of Israel's institutions of high
learning
• Volunteers for Israel, which
assists participants with trav-
el arrangements and in Israel
in exchange for labor in a vari-
ety of facilities
• World Union of Jewish
Students Institute, which is for
college graduates, up to age 35,
combining a 5 1/2-month course
in Hebrew and Judaic studies
with a six-month paid profes-
sional internship.
The Michigan/Israel Con-
nection also is a resource for
bringing the Israel agenda be-
fore community organizations.
It assists with and organized Is-
rael educational programming
and maintains dialogue with
both Jewish and non-Jewish
groups. A resource for Israel-re-
lated, transportation and ac-
commodations questions, the
Connection works with Israel's
Ministry of Tourism and helps
plan trip itineraries and pro-
vides planning support for in-
dividuals and families
interested in making aliyah.
In addition, the Connection
helps coordinate the communi-
ty's Israel festivals and com-
memorations, including the
annual Israel Independence
Celebration and Yom
Hazikaron.
For information about Israel
programs call the Connection,
645-7878.

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