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August 05, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-05

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Photo top, left: Part of
present medical school.
Bottom Photo: New
Hebrew University-
Hadassah Medical
School.

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Harry Golden's
Appreciation Note About
His Future B ooks

Want The Best? 1

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Ask the Folks Who've Had

SAM BARNETT

Editor,
and His Orchestra
Detroit Jewish News:
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It is given to few writers to
be able to go about his business
on lecture tours and write the
same letter of deep apprecia-
tion to several hundred book
critics in our country.
PHOTOGRAPHY
Bar Mitzvahs
Weddings
So, thank you for your re-
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
view of "Enjoy, Enjoy !" and
For Quality Workmanship
may you live to 120, like Moses.
Call Mr. Rosen
UN 1-9000
I fully expected the critics
to take a poke at me, three
books in two years, perhaps it
ROSENBLAT ORCHESTRA
was too much, but instead they
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
and His Entertainment
greeted me with warmth and
even with a bit of affection,
Specialty —
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
and this is a wonderful feeling.
In appreciation I wish to an-
KE 8-1291
UN 4-0237
nounce that my next book
(1961) will be a 'aiography, "The
Life of Carl Sandburg," and Classified ads bring fast results!
after that a bit of an auto
biography, (God willing, that
is) in which I will lay it all on
the line for better or worse.
But thanks again for your
generous spirit. I promise
never to take myself too se-
riously.
Have a good summer.
Cordially yours,
HARRY GOLDEN

J. J. CLARKE

-

My heart is
filled with grati-
tude for the high
honor accorded
me by the people
of Michigan at
the Primaries on
Tuesday.

The confi-
dence of the vot-
ers is a hearten-
ing endorsement
of my record and
my platform.

I hope to
continue to merit
the voters' trust
and confidence,
and I dedi
cate myself as
Governor to-
ward the fulfill-
ment of our
State's needs and
aspirations.

-

JOHN B.
SWAINSON

Democratic
Candidate
for
Governor



Israel's medical progress is recorded in this study in
contrasts. The new $7,000,000 Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School, which was dedicated on Aug. 3 at Ein Sarem,
Jerusalem, is the central element of a major new medical
center. The new medical school, financed under the auspices
of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and its
affiliate, the American Jewish Physicians' Committee, will
provide Israel with the finest facilities for medical training
and research in the Middle East. It will enable the Hebrew
University to expand its medical research and training and
to play an even more extensive role in training students from
the new Asian and African nations like Ghana and Burma,
which have been increasingly turning to Israel for medical
and scientific instruction.

Our Letter Box

Medical Center
Holds Awe for
Hadassah Envoy

Editor, The Jewish News:
JERUSALEM, Israel—I was
an eye-witness to medical his-
tory in the State of Israel Wed-
nesday when I had the unique
privilege of participating in the
official dedication ceremonies
for the $25 million Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Cen-
ter at Kiryat Hadassah on the
western outskirts of Jerusalem.
Here was Hadassah's great
contribution to Israel. The Med-
ical Center includes a 500-bed
teaching hospital with service
laboratories; a separate Mother
and Child Pavilion for ma-
ternity and infant care; the
Rosensohn Outpatient Clinic,
capable of handling more than
200,000 patient visits annually;
the Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School, the only medi-
cal school in Israel, founded in
1949 by the Hebrew University
and Hadassah; and the Hen-
rietta Szold School of Nursing
and Residence.
This complex of 17 buildings,
designed by an American archi-
tect, is considered one of the
most up-to-date Medical Centers
in the world. Here will be
concentrated all of Hadassah's
medical, clinical, diagnostic and
research facilities.
As I listened to the speakers
and gazed upon this gigantic
"CENTER OF HEALING," I
was struck with the thought
that what Hadassah has been
doing—for almost five decades
—is, in effect, a Point Four
Program.
Hadassah's activities in Israel,
in a sense, are an extension of
American foreign policy, vital
to the creation of a positive
image of the United States
among the peoples of the
world. This demonstrates the
importance of AMERICAN
VOLUNTARY ORGANIZA-
TIONS in attaining this objec-
tive.
Mrs. Theodore Bargman
Past President
Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah

Thoughts of a Shut-In

Editor, The Jewish News:
Through an accident twelve
years ago I became a shut-in,
as well as one who is unable
to hear a sound without an aid.
However, I did not allow my-
self to become engulfed in self
pity. I believe all of this has
brought to me a spiritual awak-
ening — an appreciation of
things I had heretofore taken
for granted.
I live alone, yet, strangely I
have never known fear. There
is always the comforting
thought that God watches and
protects me. Now I have the
time to see and appreciate with
new eyes God's handiwork --
the tall, stately elms — the
lovely coloring and sweet per-
fume of flowers. The wonder-
ment each year of their resur-
rection from the sod — the
beauty of sunrise and sunset.
There has also arisen within
me a greater understanding of
my fellowmen — their human
needs and their frailties. I have
learned the meaning of giving
a warm cheerful smile — a kind
word when the going is rough.
If, in my small way, I have
contributed one ray of hope or
joy, or lightened the burden of
some weary traveler along life's
highway, I thank God.
I do not mind being a shut-
in.
ETTA KLEIN

Auxiliary Registration
Stations to Aid Voters

Auxiliary voting registration
stations will be opened by the
Detroit City Election Commis-
sion, it was announced by Thom-
as D. Leadbetter, City Clerk and
Election Commission chairman.
Facilities will be available
from noon to 8 p.m. Aug. 8, 15,
22 and 29, and Sept. 12 and 19,
in all police precinct stations in
the city, excepting headquar-
ters.
Electors who registered prior
to Jan. 1, 1956, but have not
voted since, should apply for re-
registration. For further infor-
mation regarding qualifications
and changes of address, contact
the City Election Commission,
202 City-County Building, De-
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11 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Au gust 5, 19 60

Israel's New Medical School

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