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October 18, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-18

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BarbaraLesyBetrothed Director of Hospital for Tumors Talks
at Meeting of City of Hope Groups
City of Hope Businessmen Plan Dance to Mr. Ronald Cohen
Dr. Ralph L. Byron Jr., direc- cology and general surgery in

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, October 18, 1968

tor of the City of Hope National 1955, he was named director of
Medical Center's Hospital for Tu- the medical center's Hospital for
Tumors and Allied Diseases a year
mors and Allied
later. He also has an appointment
Diseases, will
as clinical professor of surgery at
speak 8 p.m.

the California College of Medi-
cine.

Monday in the

west penthouse of
North Park Tow-
ers.
Dr. Byron, a

IKE
The leadership of Detroit Businessmen Group, City of Hope, pre-
pares for the 56th annual champagne dinner-dance Nov. 23 at the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. With President Jack Beckwith (center) are
(from left) Eugene Epstein, Ben Goldberg, Max Sosin and Morris
Sukenic. Not shown is Moe Miller, dinner-dance chairman.
*
*
*

Launching City of Hope's 56th piloted in work with a cobalt
campaign dinner-dance at the "bomb," cesium "ring," a total
Furniture Club of Detroit, Jack body irradiation chamber, an im-
Beckwith, president, underscored plantable cardiac pacemaker and
the achievements attained under a mobile hyperbaric chamber. In
City of Hope's "New Horizons" techniques, it has developed new
program. diagnostic, surgical and therapeu-
This $10,000,000 project is de- tic approaches.
signed to create new advances in
patient care, scientific research
and postgraduate education, he
said.
SIDNEY HILL NORTHWEST
City of Hope, founded in 1913, CLUB will host "a night to re-
occupies some 40 buildings open on member" 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
a nonsectarian basis, to sufferers club. Those who wish to visit Is-
from cancer and leukemia, as well rael with the group Dec. 1-11 are
as chest, blood and heart ailments, invited. There will be a speaker
and certain maladies of heredity.
from Israel, as well as entertain-
No patient has ever paid one penny
ment, movies and prizes.
for treatment, regardless of its
extent or expense.
Tens of thousands of patients
from cities in every part of Amer-
ica have been the recipients of the
medical center's in-patient and
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
consultation facilities.
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak
The unique character of the Park Community Center. A Chinese
City of Hope lies primarily in its auction and a social hour will be
world-renowned role as e pilot featured with Chinese refresh-
medical center seeking to influ- ments.
ence medicine and science every-
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where, affecting hundreds pf
YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
thousands of patients suffering hold its annual membership party
from catastrophic diseases. In 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Oak Park
recent years, more than 700 orig- Community Center. Mrs. Yetta
inal findings have emerged from Glass and Mrs. Estelle Lieberman
its laboratories and staff—seek- are co-chairmen for the affair with
ing to relieve pain, prolong life, the help of Mesdames Ruth Be-
and effect cures.
nach, Goldie Nelson and Eleanor
In patient care the City of Hope Schwartz. A fashion show is
has pioneered in psychosomatic planned with members modeling.
approaches, the totality of patient Refreshments will be served. For
care and family centered medicine. information and reservations, call
In medical instrumentation, it has Mrs. Glass, at KE 5-4133.

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Oct. 13—To Dr. and Mrs. David
A. Stulberg (Elaine Fromstein),
29611 Lamar Lane, Livonia, a son,
Neal Andrew.

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Jay.

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Oct. 12 — To Dr. and Mrs. Har-
vey Zalla (Linda Rubenstein),
21275 Independence, Southfield, a
son, Steven Daniel.
* 4 r
Oct. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Kliger (Joyce Milan), 27600 Arling-
ton, Southfield, a son, Scott Allen.

Oct. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Levin (Marlene Zagerman), form-
erly of Oak Park, now of Dallas, a
son, Geoffrey Allen.

REV. GOLDMAN L.

Sept. 30 — To Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Rudin (Cheryl Horowitz of Oak
Park) of Buffalo, a son, Joel Abra-
ham.
* * *
Sept. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
eric I. Keywell (Stephanie Katz),
6701 Bloomfield Lane, Birmingham,
a daughter, Julie Robyn.

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MISS BARBARA LEVY

Mr. and Mrs. Max Levy of Jean-
ette Ave., Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daughter Bar-
bara Joan to Ronald Cohen of Ox-
ley Rd., son of the late Jean and
Sidney Cohen.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
the University of Michigan's school
of architecture and design, attend-
ed the Society of Arts and Crafts
and was an officer of Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority. Her fiance attended
the University of Michigan and is
a senior at Wayne State Univer-
sity s medical school.
A Feb. 23 wedding is planned.

Krohn to Speak
at Beth Moses
Dedication

Dr. Samuel Krohn will be guest
speaker at the service of dedica-
tion planned by Cong. Beth Moses
in its new sanctuary 8:30 p.m.

Nov. 15.

The talk by Dr.
Krohn, past pres-
ident of the Jew-
ish Community
Council, will high-
light an evening.
light
which also will
include a pro-
cessional with
Tora scrolls and
kidush sponsored
by the sisterhood.
The community
is invited.
Other activities

nottlicenients

Oct. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Greenstein (Donna Rader), 29410
Marimoor, Southfield, a son, Kevin

1 4

Oct.

4

1—To Mr. and Mrs. Steven

Gerus (Annette Hauer), 24696 Rens-
selaer, Oak Park, a daughter, Lisa
Michelle.

*

4

4.

4-

4

4.

Sept. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Gabel (Brenda Miller), 15320
Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, a
daughter, Debra Lynn.

Sept. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Shetzer, former Detroiters of Chi-
cago, a son, James Louis.
* r. *
Sept. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam R. Katz (Barbara Burston),
32286 Tall Timber, Farmington, a
daughter, Kathy Meredith.
• *
Sept. 22—To Mi. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Fisher (Barbara Kole), 23270
Avon, Oak Park, a daughter, Kath-
erine Anne.
* r *
Sept. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
W. Fenster (Lorraine Baren),
28081 Glasgow, Southfield, a son,

Matthew Baren.

Career Guidance Week

recognized au-
thority on treat-
ment and re-
search of cancer,
will t a 1 k. about Dr. Byron Jr.

Dr. Krohn
scheduled for the
weekend are a melave malka Sat-

urday evening and a catered din-
ner and concert Sunday, when
Cantor Jacob Sonenklar of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, together with Don
Frohman's male chorus, will pre-
sent Jewish melodies.
For tickets to the Sunday event,
call Beth Moses, 535-4434.

Birth Rate in Israel
Increased 25 Per Cent

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Since the
June War last year, the birth rate
in Israel has increased 25 per cent.
Prof. Erwin Rabai and Hans Kreit-
ler declared that the gain is due
to the generally improved condi-
tions in the country. They stated
that the determining factor in the
population growth is the prevail-

ing feeling of greater security to-
gether with a hopeful outlook for
the future, and the people's strong
faith in their national will, com-
pared to the pre-war tensions and
privations.
Taking an opposite view, the
"Statistical Yearbook" which re-
cently appeared, indicates that the
population in Israel showed the
smallest growth for 1967, compared
to the past 20 years. The under-
lying causes are attributed to
diminished immigration of settlers
who barely numbered 14,237 in
1967, and the departure of 10,500
for the same period. The "Annual"
also marks 1967 as the year which
showed a notable decline in Jewish
births. Using Tel Aviv as an ex-
ample, it records 13 births to each
thousand inhabitants, compared to
eight death fatalities covering a

similar grouping.

"Be ready for tommorrow, get
guidance today" is the theme of

the third National Vocational Guid.
ance Week to be observed in the
Detroit area and throughout the
country next week.
Rose Berman of the counseling
department, Durfee Junior High
School, suggested - that during Na-
tional Vocational Guidance Week,
everyone find out the services

the latest advances at the City of
Hope at a joint meeting of mem-
bers and guests of all City of Hope
volunteer affiliates.
Dr. Byron is in Detroit on his
way to Toledo, where he has been guidance counselors can provide
invited to present a paper on "New in schools, colleges, government
Developments in Cancer Surgery" and voluntary agencies, industries
under the auspices of the North- and in private counseling firms.
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Dr. Byron was educated at the
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Entertainer Joey Bishop, re-
igned as honorary Italian-Ameri-
can Saturday in Roseville's Colum-
bus Day parade. Though Bishop's
Jewish, the Italian-Americans
didn't seem to mind. Maybe
Columbus was, too.

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He taught surgery at the
University of California Medical
School for a number of years, and
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university's cancer research insti-
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He has been chief surgeon of the
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cology of the U.S. National Can-
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