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June 19, 1970 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-19

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Yeshiva Dinner Workers Rally Efforts
on _Behalf of Hospitalized Dare Goldberg

"Let's do it for Dave!" has be-
come the slogan of workers for the
15th annual dinner of American
Friends of Yeshiva University, to
be held at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
6:30 p.m. Thursday.
For 15 years, David Goldberg

has inspired hundreds of Detroiters
to support the great institution of
learning.
He underwent surgery last week,
and now his friends hope that he
will be able to make an appear-
ance at the event that has become
so important in his and his fam-
ily's life.

With Michigan Court of Ap-
peals Judge Charles L. Levin as
toastmaster, Thursday's dinner
will be addressed by former
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Abe
Fortas. His topic will be "To-
wards Understanding the Social
Revolution."

The dinner co-chairmen, Nathan
I. Goldin and David Pollack, an-
nounced
that program participants
Goldberg
Fortas
at the dinner will include Shifra
has been supervising activities Stollman, who has just graduated
here for Yeshiva University and from Yeshiva University's Stern

Local Residents to Get Yeshiva U. Degrees

Samuel Kapustin of Pinehurst tin is with the Bnai Brith Hillel
Ave. and Arie Strikovsky of." Lin- Foundation at Wane State Univer-
coln Terr., Oak Park, received sity.
Strikovsky, an assistant profes-
degrees at the 39th annual com- sor on the Jewish studies faculty
mencement exercises of Yeshiva at Wayne State, will be awarded
University, in New York City, a doctor of philosophy degree from
Thursday.
Bernard Revel Graduate School. A
Kapustin, a history major, who native of Tel Aviv, he earned BA
will receive a BA from Yeshiva and MA degrees from Yeshiva Uni-
College, is the son of Rabbi and versity in 1965 and 1967, respec-
Mrs. Max Kapustin. Rabbi Kapus- tively.

Dr. Joseph Krakauer Named
to Surgical Staff at Sinai

Dr. Joseph S. Krakauer, asso-
date director of surgery at Mai-
monides Medical Center, Brooklyn,
will take a new past at Sinai
Hospital as an associate to Dr.
Adrian Kantrowitz, new chief of
surgery.
His appointment, effective July
1, was announced by Dr. Juli211
Priver, executive vice president.
The announcement follows by two
weeks the appointment of Dr. Kan-
trowitz, one of the world's fore-
mos t heart surgeons and research-
ers, as the hospital's first fulltime .
surgery chief. Dr. Kantrowitz also
will begin his
duties July 1.
Dr. Krakauer,
52, who has work-
ed closely with
Kantrowitz
Dr.
over the last five
years in develop-
ing clinical ex-
periments with
mechanical heart
devices, will con-
Dr. Krakauer tinue in a similar
capacity at Sinai.

A native of Philadelphia, Dr.
Krakauer completed his pre-
medical education at New York
University in 1939 and obtained
his MD degree from New York

University College of Medicine

in 1943.

Following a one-year internship
at Morrisania City Hospital in New
York, he served in the U S. Army
Medical Corps from January 1944
to November 1946 and won several
decorations for his war service.
Upon discharge, he joined the
staff of Montefiore Hospital in New
York and served residencies in
neoplastic diseases and surgery
until 1952, except for a year as
chief surgical resident at Beth
David Hospital in 1950-51.
In 1952 he was appointed adjunct
surgeon and assistant to the di-
rector of surgery at Montefiore, a
post he held for four years. Con-
currently, he served as coodinator
of hfontefiore's surgical residency
program and as assistant adjunct
surgeon, assistant pathologist and
director of the intern training pro-
gram at Barnert Memorial Hospital
in Patterson, N.J.
-From 1955 to 1962 he was senior
surgeon and full-time director of
surgery at Middlesboro Memorial
Hospital in Middlesboro, Ky.

Prior to his appointment at
Maimonides in 1965, Dr. Krakauer

served three years as visiting
surgeon and associate director
of surgery at Morrisania Hospi-
tal in New York and as associate
attending surgeon at Montefiore.
Since 1965, Dr. Krakauer has
also been director of clinical re-
search at Maimonides and an as-
sistant professor of surgery at the
Downstate Medical Center of the
State University of New York.
lie is 'a member of numerous
medical and surgical organizations
and the author of many scientific
Papers.

Dr. Rubenfire, 30,
Succeeds Mellen
in Cardiology

Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire will be-
come Sinai Hospital's first full-
time chief of the cardiovascular
section in the department of medi-
cine July 1, it was announced by
Dr. Julian Priver,
executive vice
president.
Dr. Rubenfire,
30, received his
BS and MD de-
grees from
Wayne State Uni-
versity. He in-
terned at Sinai in
1956 and served
a two-year resi-
Dr. Rubenfire dency there in in-
ternal medicine from 1966 to 1968.
Immediately following his resi-
dency, he went to Henry Ford
Hospital on a fellowship in cardio-
vascular disease. Most recently,
he has been at Ford Hospital on a
fellowship from the National Heart
Institute. During his research
studies, he has published articles

in various medical journals.

In his new post, Dr. Rubenfire
will succeed Dr. Hyman Mellen,
who has been the chief of the
section of cardiology since Jan-
uary 1966.

Dr. Rubenfire will be responsi-
ble for the direction, organization
and planning of Sinai's new eight-
bed coronary care unit and the
development and implementation
of a cardiac catherization labora-
tory.
He also will be active in the
evaluation of. patients for cardiac
surgery and teaching programs in
cardiology for residents, fellows

and Wayne State University med-
ical students.

College for Woman, who will bring
greetings from Yeshiva University
President Dr. Samuel Belkin; her

father, Rabbi Samuel Stoliman,

Israel Refutes Pravda Charge She Helps Portugal

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A Prav-
da report that Israel was cooperat-
ing with Portugal to suppress the
independence movements in the
African colonies of Angola and
Mozambique was called "ludicrous"
by a foreign ministry spokesman.
Noting that Israel was one of
the first states in the Middle East
to free itself from foreign rule, the
spokesman said the Israeli gov-

ernment "has supported and will
continue to support the liberation
of all. nations.

He said "Slanders of the kind
for which Pravda is a mouthpiece
will not cloud the sincere amicable

relations existing between Israel

and the African states with which
who will recite grace; Cantor
Israel cooperates in practice de-
Jacob H. Sonenklar, who will lead
spite being in a state of siege by
singing of national anthems; Rabbi
the
Arab states which are sup-
James I. Gordon, a Yeshiva Uni-
ported by the Soviet union."
versity alumnus who will give the
invocation, and Samuel Hechtman,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
who will make the Motzi.
8—Friday, June 19, 1970
Just before he had gone to the
hospital for his operation, Goldberg
received a special message from
Dr. Belkin greeting Philip Slomo-
vitz at the JNF dinner Wednes-
day, and he requested David
Zack, JNF president, to present
the message to the dinner.
Ironically, the 1968 recipient of
A VOLKSWAGEN
the Yeshiva University honor, Mor-
WITH AN ACCENT.
ris Karbal, underwent surgery at
the same time as Goldberg, and
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Ferndale, Mich.
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