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January 15, 1971 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-15

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SINgare Zedek_Pospital to Benefit
From Detroit Friends'-Annual DinneiF

The Detroit Friends of Shasiv
Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem will
hold its annual dinner on behalf
of Shaare Zedek 6:30 p.m. Jan. 31
at . the Jewish Center. •
Dr. Hugo Mandelbautn, treasurer.
who will go on aliya next fall, will
be honored at the dinner.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Fabian Schonfeld of the Young
Israel of Kew Gardens Hills, N.Y.,
a member of the national board of
Shaare Zedek Hospital and a for-
mer student of Dr. Mandelbaum.
A group of friends of the hospi-
tal will underwrite the costs of the
dinner so that all proceeds may go
to the hospital.
Due to the emergency nature of
this year's United Jewish Appeal,
for which national agencies have
curtailed fund-raising efforts, the
Friends of Shaare Zedek cleared
the dinner date with the UJA.
Shaare Zedek Is a private, vows-

pital has 230 beds. The everyday
running of Shaare Zedek carries
on in severely crowded conditions,
and for this reason the new Shaare
Zedek =Medical Center is being
built on 12-acre site between Belt
Hakerem and Mount HerzL Esti-
mated cost of the new medical
center is 60 million pounds, with
construction to take five years. In
its eight stories—two underground
and five above ground level—the
new Shaare Zedek will include
500 beds, teaching facilities for
students, a comprehensive range
of therapy services including units
for coronary care, nephrology, ger-

iatrics and rehabilitation. The pro-
ject includes special research faci-
lities and a computer center; and
expanded facilities for the Shaare
Zedek school of graduate nursing.

Technim Panel
to Describe Israel
Metal Exposition

The Detroit Chapter of American
Technion Society will open its 1971
activities with a panel of indus-
trialists who have just returned
from Israel discussing "Israel Metal
Week Exposition" (Ismet 1970), 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Fedor, Jantsery 15,1171-31

Michigan hal 40 -iyitiphony or-
chestras, 12 " professional string
quartets, 150 .high school string
quartets and approximately 200
civic choruses.

Soloist Mischakoff
Appearing Sunday
in Center Concert

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limit-

Israel's industries— -
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A 'icier- sound . lid= depicting In-
Vielliftiiiiestdien.illblor and in
dustrbil. achiecements in Israel Chatiiired.:patith--llikikattert-
open Witikm:Iffeittlefahn'it' "Snitch
will be shown, Rehozhnteitts

be served. Nonmembers are wig;
come at no charge. There will be
Tickets are available at the
ne solicitation of funds.
Center :

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mil his Contiowdels
398-3664

IF GRANNY
COULD ONLY
SEE HER
BOOT NOW !

MISS LOIS BERMAN

LETTER BOX

Chajes Liked at Borman

Editor, The Jewish News:
We have again been honored by
the presence of Mr. Julius Chajes,
accompanied by Mrs. Chajes,
whose voice is still glorious, to-
gether with some of the members
of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
They gave us a varied program,
including some of Mr. Chajes' own
compositions and ending with the
beautiful Blue Danube Waltz.
We do not often have the privi-
lege of entertainment of this cali-
ber, and I am sure everyone en-
joyed it immensely.
FANNIE BIEGEL
Borman Hall

$22

What a -sensational boot
this is . . . with glow-
coated crinkles running
knee high, and down,the
front a row of lacing.
Lots of heel to cut a .rug
in. Brown or black crinkle
_ patent uppers. -

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pump, aids the functioning of the
heart during the first crucial hours
following an attack.
A helium-powered plastic bal-
loon is inserted in the victim's left
leg on the end of a flexible plastic
tube . that is threaded upward
through the femoral artery into
the aorta. Its purpose is to reduce
the pressure in the aortic region
of the heart so that the heart can
repair its own damage.
Last fall the - balloon pump sus-
tained a patient at St. Louis'
Michigan State University at
Barnes Hospital for 20 days, the East Lansing was the-first land
longest period any person has been grant college.
kept alive on a mechanical circul-
atory assist - device.
"Experiences like this confirm
- balloon pumping can effectively
support failing circulation for pro-
longed periods," Dr. Kantrowitt

said.
The Hartford grant will be used
to determine whether phase-shift
balloon .pumping-,..ean further re-
duce the inortafilp-%et -patients in
cardiogenic shocklier said.
"Approximately 009,000 ,patients
suffer myocardial infractions each
lief(
Kahn
Year." - be said. "Of ,these-15 to
P.m. Tuesday at the United He- 20 per. cent go IMO- -cardiogenie
brew Schools - main auditorium in shock, which is lethal In--25 to as
per cent of cases." .
Southfield.
-
This wffi be the first of four
monthly meetings-featuring discus-
sions on Israel:and its industry, it
was announced 1* Sam Rich, presi-
-dent,:and:-Adins.-1. Harwood, pro-
granf:Osairman and vice. president.•
_ The-,:panel coolish; of Abraham
peutscher of New York, co-chair-
Mischa Mischakoff will be the
titan of the metals committee of
the Prime Minister's Economic soloist with the Center Symphony
Conference; Irvin Lewis, vice Orchestra, under the direction of
:President of Pioneering Engineering Julius Chajes,
Aid Manufacturing Co., Warren; 2:30 p.m. Sunday
and D. Dan Kahn president of at the Jewish
Center.
• Production Tool, Warren: •
Former concert-
,
Chlirnuts of tbe evening11
FrialrL.Thapkg, cochairman's( master,. for - the
New.-
Nut;
:- soci a ls aleaafitee, Prime
lenister's‘Melmenie ,Cesferenee, phew'
fee 'tbe area* All re- : Philadel . phia
- ealdbyaiiimied the first Israel ehestra
Metal, Ihigentries -Week, at which' Leopold Stokow-
le4diter-iitrea metal plants ware ski and the Chi-
SymPhelt.V.
vniWitie -esurenlisi feateret
played for
ealidts-
- the latest lama
mega reessu.
MSC,
ter
15 floral
-
parts and 'nu'
iindaiditernToa._
Members of thensiel
a
their Impreikons . and paint
with ,;41riasktirrall
wato is which 'Americans nip
renderitechnical.belp in developing Oreaii11011 411 'thO*****-

ERIC ROSENOW

BEST g CO.

Grant of $223,942
for -Heart Studies
at =Sinai Hospital

Adrian Kantrowitz, director of
surgery at Sinai Hospital, has been
awarded to the hospital by the
John A. Hartford Foundation of
New York.
Award of the one-year grant was
announced by the foundation's
president, Harry B. George, and
Dr. Julian Priver, Sinai's execu-
tive vice president.
The device, known as a balloon

For the finest in Musical
Entertainment

NORTHLAND CENTER, SOUTHFIELD, MICH.
357-2900

Mr: and Mrs. Erwin L. Berman
of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Lois Barbara to Richard
Neil Freedland, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Freedland of Burling-
ton Rd.
A $223,942 grant to support a
The couple plans an August wed.
nine-university study of a heart- ding.
assist device developed by Dr. '

teer hospital, earing,every year for
over 111,0110 Inpatients and 511,11110
outpatients.
Only 2 per cent who are private
patients pay the lull cost. For the
rest Of the patients, the hospital
has .to bear the major portion of
the expenses. When justified,
treatment is given free. • •
The hospital must raise- half of
its annual budget from voluntary
contributions. That budget for 1970
is over '9 million pounds ($3.000,-

000), of which almost 5,000.600
pounds must be raised, in addition
to the development program for
the new medical center. -
The original building opened in
1902 for 40 beds. Today the hos-

Lois Berman Engaged
to Richard Freedland

Mail and phone orders filled.
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Add $1.00 C.O.D.

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