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August 06, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-06

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Sinai Produces X-Ray TY Program

Sinai Hospital has announced
plans for a new fall television show
which will star some 40,040 De-;
'crofters each year.
This is by way of introduction
to the $150.000 expansion and re-;
novation of X-ray facilities at Sin-
ai, a two-fold program which will
be in operation by the end of Sep-
tember, according to Dr. Howard
H. Feigelson, chief of radiology.
The conversion from conventional
fluoroscopy to the use of televi-
sion images is of primary impor-
tance. Radiologists will no longer

includes the installation of larger
generators which, according to Dr.
Feigelson, -will provide better X-

Rubel- ConwayIVedcling-
Planned for _clucr. 29

rays of larger patients and will
make possible simultaneous X-rays
from two different directions.
The two television apparatuses
and the generators will be added
to existing facilities, extending the
existing technique. The depart-
ment will remain in its general
first-floor location.
The remodeling will take about
five weeks, but Dr. Feigelson pre-
dicts only minor interruptions of
service during this period.

DR. HOWARD H. FEIGELSON

study their patients in a darkened
room on the familiar fluoroscopic
screen but will be able to see the
actual events as they take place
within the patients on a television
set.
The elaborate electronics in-
volved will be controlled from a
separate room. called a command
post, from which the radiologist

may also view the proceedings.
TV monitors will be installed in
the examining rooms. enabling pa-
tients to watch. too.

All television images will be

video-taped and stored for re-
play, if desired. They will also
be transmittable to operating or
conference room within the hos-
pital.

While at Wayne, Goldman won
the Michigan Collegiate Oratori-
cal Championship, Michigan In-
ter-Collegiate Poetry Reading
Contest and the Peace Oratori-
cal Champoinship and debated
twice against the team from Eng-
land's Cambridge University. He
is the donor of the David A.
Goldman Speech Award given
annually to an outstanding young
orator at the university.

'

After admission to the Bar and
a year as law research clerk to
Michigan Supreme Court Justice
Bert D. Chandler, Goldman taught
at Wayne's law school. During!
World War II, he was chief assis-
tant of the legal department of the
Detroit Ordinance District, War'
Department. He was a partner in
the firm of Brown, Fenlon, and
Babcock before opening his own
law practice with Leonard J. Gra- '
bow.
Besides his other offices. Gold-
man has served on the Wayne ;
State Fund board of directors and!
was recently re-elected for a term
expiring in 1970. Member of the
This Week's Radio and
1 Michigan, Detroit and American
Television Programs
Bar Associations, he is a national
officer of Tau Epsilon Rho. In ad-
TO DWELL TOGETHER
dition, he is vice president of the
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Shaarey Zedek Men's Club. Gold-
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
is married and the father of
Features: "Retrospect and Pros- man
two College-age children.
pect," a discussion of the

The
three-year-old
concept
which has come into practice just
in the last two years has a num-
ber of advantages. The new visi-
bility will be 4,000 times that of
the old and will reduce the amount
of irradiation to which the pa-
tient must be subjected.
Second phase of the program

geivry


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recent

volume published by and dealing
with the growth and evolution of

the Central Conference of Ameri-

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Many Moods Mark
Herb Brill Poems

walk with Yevtushenko, In heresy,

ST. LOUIS (JTA) — A major the century; now numbers some
breakthrough in the plans for pro- 30,000 persons, about two thirds
viding expanded Jewish educa- of whom live in Santiago with
tional and cultural facilities for the smaller settlements in Valparai-
1,600 Jewish college students in so, Concepcion and Temuco.
this area was hailed here by the
Jewish community with the an-

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A special campaign has been
conducted in St. Louis for the rais-
ing of S561,000, of which $448,8051
ya
has been earmarked for the build-
ing and equipping of Hillel House.
TRADITION! TRADITION!
Rabbi Robert P. Jacobs. Hillel di-
rector here. said the construction
of Hillel House was authorized
when the campaign had reached an
interim total of $359,000.
_Another major addition to the
Jewish educational program here
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MISS ELYAYNE RUBEL

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubel of N.
Hollywood, Calif., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Elyayne Joy to Sherwin Bert Con-
way, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Conway of Balmoral Dr.
Air. Conway attended Michigan
State University, where he was af-
filiated with Zeta Beta Tau Fra-
ternity, and is a graduate of Uni-
versity of Detroit's law school.
The wedding is planned for Aug.
29,

List of Farm Names
to Aid Fair-Goer

Here is a glossary of common
names of farm animals for the
benefit of city folk who will at-
tend the Michigan State Fair, Aug.
27-Sept. 6.
This year many State Fair agri-
culture and livestock exhibits will
have signs with educational in-
formation such as this:

Sire—name applied to any male farm
animal used for breeding.
Dam—name applied to any female
farm animal used for breeding.
Colt—baby horse.
Yearling—year old horse, either male
or female.
Mare—mother horse.
Stud—father horse used for breed-
ing.
Filly—teen-aged female horse.
Heifer—a young cow.
Steer—a young bull being raised for
meat production.
Bull—male cow used for breeding
purpbses.
Ewe—a female sheep.
Ram—a male sheep.
Lamb—a baby sheep.
Wether Lamb—castrated lamb.
Sow—a mother hog.
Boar—male hog used in mating.
Gilt—an unbred female pig.
Shoat—a teenaged pig.
Barrow—a castrated pig.
Ponit—a baby turkey.
Pullet—a young laying hen.
Cockerel—a male bird less than one
year in age.

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Israel Development Corp.
on Way to 2-for-1 Split;
2 Detroiters on Board

NEW YORK (JTA) — Share-
holders of Israel Development
Corp. at their annual meeting
voted to increase the number of
authorized shares, thereby paving
the way for a two-for-one stock
split.
Two Detroiters, Mrs. Emma
Schaver, president of Central Ov-
erall Supply Co., and Sidney She-

can Rabbis, with Rabbi Leon Fram
of Temple Israel, one of the book's
Herb Brin of Los Angeles edits
co-authors, and Rabbi David Jessel a Jewish paper. He also writes vitz, attorney, were elected to the
board of directors.
of Livonia's Temple Beth Am.
poetry, and he does it well.
S * *
The number of authorized com-
His collection of verses, appear-
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
nag under the title "Wild Flow- mon shares of IDC was increased
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
ers," published by Jonathan David from 800,000 to 2,000,000, and the
Station: WWJ.
(131 E. 23rd, NY 10), contains par value of the shares halved to
$12.50. Abraham Dickenstein,
Feature: In the ninth of a series many poems on Jewish themes.
of conversations on the Bible,
There are verses with strong president, said the split was ef-
Mark Van Doren and Maurice appeals for social justice, for love fective Aug. 3. Gummed stickers
Samuel will analyze Ecclesiastes of man for man, for fairness in - indicating the change, for affixing
to stock certificates, will be sent
as the first great biblical drama. human relations.
* * *
And there are many Jewish to shareholders of record Aug. 3
AGENDA FOR ACTION
verses. Our festivals, the miracle sometime this month.
Time: 7:05 p.m. Monday.
Dickenstein told shareholders
of Hanukah, an affirmation of
attending the meeting that loans
Station: CKLW-FM (93.9).
faith, the Sabbath theme and
and investments made by IDC
Feature: "Arab Refugees:, Vic- other subjects are dealt with in a
tims. or Pawns?" (Part 2) A con- spirit that represents a hearty re- in Israel enterprises during the
six months ended May 31 to-
tinuation of the discussion be- sponse to the muse.
taled $4,455,000, compared with
There are, indeed, poems in this
tween representatives of the Jor-
$1,650,000 for the comparable
danian government and the AJ volume resulting from many
period last year and $6,730,000
Congress concerning the future moods. In one, for instance. Brin
for the entire 1964 fiscal year.
declares: "I take his hand and
of the Arab refugees.

in liberty, in soul."
Time: 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
He has seen Israel, has been to
Station: WDTAI-FM.
Feature: "Equal Rights and Auschwitz, and some of his poems
reflect the loves inspired by demo-
Equal Jobs."
cracy, the anger created by in-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
justice. This is, indeed, the cen-
22—Friday, August 6, 1965
tral theme of his poems.

30,000 Jews in Chile
The Jewish community of Chile,
which dates back to the turn of

nouncement that sufficient funds
have been raised thus far to en-
sure the construction of a Hillel
House. adjacent to the campus of
Washington University.

David A. Goldman
Heads Detroit Unit
of Federal Bar

Attorney David A. Goldman,
president of Tau Epsilon Rho Leg-
al Fraternity, Detroit Graduate
Chapter, was recently elected
president of the Detroit Chapter,
Federal Bar Association.
Goldman, of Millbrook Rd., Far-
mington, will head some 700 De-
troit area members, all of whom
have been or now are employed by
the United States government.
Detroit-born, Goldman, 52, has
a long history of presidencies,
having served as president of Sher-
rard Junior High School Class of
June 1928; Northern High, 1930;
Wayne State University Alumni
Association (he graduated at the
head of his class with a bachelor
of laws degree in June 1937) and
MacKenzie Honor Society of WSU.

St. Louis' Washington U. I
to Build Hillel House

Noting that interim earnings
rose sufficiently to warrant a 20
per cent dividend increase — an-

nounced by IDC earlier this
month—Dickenstein observed that
IDC's assets today stand at about
$17,000,000 compared with about
$13,800,000 a year ago.

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