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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-24

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ol. LX, No, 2 40-

eview of ewish News

Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper --- Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle

17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865, Southfield, Mich. 48075 - - 356-8400 $8.00 Per Year; This Issue 25c September 24, 1971

(JTA)-The major objective of 'Egypt at the United Naticiiis
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Gasairal'..Asitisithli will be to *late farad and embarrass the United States fors her sup- - '
port for -Israel:, This _objectiie was„spelled -out .1* Egypt-.Poreign Minister Mahmouct Riad -
as he 'left ltom:eitire to attend , the assembly Session. At the-same time, - representatives
Of13ahrain'aiut Qatar announced that thervould support-demands for Israeli withdrawal
and Qatar, two small khigckimion theiersiari Gulf which had been under

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batterpopeiated cardiac pacemaker for"--simpleitation In the
•10climigeirhle by - "radio waves, . Oast* the - 13ody,:bai'...:been-
OVffinted - for:::the:treatment :of: heart. bleek
team" working in he
• - tortes-,of the electronics- department of thel'Weizniann Institute-

embly
-Ass
ritish protietioexptil early_ this year, won adiniattion -TdeSday to the General
after theasitembly unanimously, approved the :.,Secinity recominendation to give
them- .menibership: 'Every. delegation, with the-Tegception - Of -Israel, - was-present at the'
opening of the 26th session of the assembly.. The Israeli delegation was absent due to '

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-T.Beeilarghlttof thehatteries takes about 10 hours and can be doite
et.-ttliede,niith onl;Y:an-wrernight stay for-Rie patient. Announcement
:of -:the Weinstein
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in a statement_ to- newsmen at ':the Sirpork : asserted that.. "we _will do our
tain
Ito a ob :Seturity Connell meeting- at the foreign min-
best - telsOlate- ,-Israel" and try
inters - level to discuss the Middle East
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.his. He added that Egypt will en-
deavor to win more support for its views
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and. added that Egypt has already "sue-

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ceeded”, in placing - the U.S. "in -an em-
barrassing position by showing the world
Detroit- area activities for a "Soviet Jewry Soli-
her continued- support for the Israeli
datity:,Weekend"-•will - be. highlighted by a public

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re receikaker is in thef rm of an isoscelealriangle. The length

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The batteries are-periodically recharged through the skin from -

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-Both ibe- -pacemaker and charger contain speciersafety arrange-
mentsfo provide for- correct maintenance and charging of the bat-
terista; and to check the battery voltage at any time The pulse rate
and pacemaker pulse width are adjustable, and have been-set at values
of '?Z beats per minute and 1.8 milliseconds in the tests made so-far.
- Tested on dogs, the pacemaker showed good results. No discomfort
or linartful influences were observed. The new -pacemaker and its
systems, its is believed, uffer hope for new progress in pacemakers.
Implanted pacemakers currently in use require surgery for replace-
ment of batteries at intervals of approximately 18months.-
The -team effort Was headed by Dr. - H. Fischler of Weinisane
institute's electronics department, of "with* Dr. Ephraim Frei, a
pioneer in magnetism and medicine, is the head, end included Drs. E.
Replinsid and H. N. Neufeld of the Tel Hashomer Hospital and Heart
Institute, Israel, and Dr. R. L Bernstein, professor -of electrical
- engineering- at Columbia University. Dr. Bernstein has just returned
_ from a- year as a fellow in the Weizmann Institute's electronics
labevatirY. -
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The instrument developed is an economic, low voltage, endocardial
pacemaker; using nickel-essdosistm batteries. It includes a regulator
which keeps the charging current constant within -a broad range of
location of the transmitti n g coil, which is necessary for a long battery
life:. A:-passive circuit is incorporated 'which- allows checking the
(C.ontinued on Page_5),

external: charger, at an interval of several months.

•rally :in Kennedy Square 12:15 p.m. Oct. 8 and a
community program 1 p.m. Oct. 10 at Cong. - Bnai
David. • .
The programs have been scheduled to coincide
With the • celebration of Simhat Torah -and will be-
held -under the auspices -of the Jewish Community
Councilln cooperation- with the Detroit Action/ Com-
mittee on Soviet - Jewry. • •
Meetings are part of a national effort to express
American- Jewry's solidarity with Soviet Jewry_in
-their continuing' struggle. to live freely as Jews.
Closte-to 100 - commtinities throughout the country
Mien of
will he- participating - in this declaration
solidarity. - ,
.Over_the past few years, thousands of 'Jews, par-
- ticularljr: young people, have gathered atthe Moscow
Synagogue at the _ time of Simhat Torah, often in
defiance of Soviet -authorities. :The event has come
to symbolize Russian-Jewry:a. determination to carry
on their protest efforts against Soviet repression of
Jewish-spiritual and cultural life.
More recently, attention has focused on the many
thOusands• of--Jews who have expressed a desire to
emigrate from the Soviet Union. (Detailed stories on
Soviet Jewry situation, Page 48).

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aggression.
Mubarak al • Khalifah, minister for
foreign affairs of Bahrain, told the Gen-
eral Assembly, as he took his seat, that
his country would strengthen ties with
"all its sister Arab states," and added
that Bahrain would support the demands
of the people of Palestine and the de-
mands of Syria, Egypt and Jordan for

what he termed the restoration of their
occupied territories.

Hassan Hamel, minister of state and
adviser to the government of Qatar,
told the assembly that, as an Arab state,
Qatar shared the concern of Arabs about
the "violation of the rights of the Arab
people of Palestine" and the refusal of
the "violator" to carry out United .
Nations decisions.
According to reports reachiiig here,
Riad is scheduled to go to Washington
on Sept. 29 for lunch with U.S. Secretary
of State William Rogers.

le Youth Excavate 5th Century Byzantine Synagogue Mosaic Floor

NEW YORK, N. Y.—An ancient Byzantine mosaic floor of a synagogue dating to the 5th Century has
been excavated by members of the National Federation of Temple Youth; and confirms for the first time that
Jews lived inside the city of Bet She'an during pagan times.
The mosaic floor, approximately 15X20 ft., contains -a seven-branch menora with the Hebrew inscription
"shalom" (peace) over it. Also found were decorations of animals and fruits such as a rani, peacocks drinking
from a fountain, a moiler, an elephant, a donkey, grapes, pomegranates and bananas.
According to Prof. Dan- Bahat of the department of antiquities, although 68 synagogues have been discov-
ered throughout Israel, this is the first time that a menora has - been found bearing the word "shalom."
For the past month, 160 teen-agers from Reform Jewish congregations in the United States and Canada
participated in a special archeologleal program developed in cooperation with the NFTY and the department of
agiquitieri Of the government of Israel, at a "dig" in. Bet She'an located near the Israeli-Jordanian border. Jill
POPtlan of Southfield was one of the participants in-the dig. _
ArrangeMents - were concluded between Rabbi Stephen A. Schafer, director of the division of youth
activities, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and Dr. Avram Direst, director of Israel's department of
antiquities, providing the opportunity_for- Reform Jewish young people twice a year, for one month in the winter
and summer," to participate in an archeological study and excavation program.
Itabbi.Schafer observed that the program "gives young people an esthetic experience and, at the same time
provides- the stdritssat feeling of the continuity of Jewish history."-
.. The project was _supervised by Shimon Chasdi, director of overseas projects -for NFTY; Dr. Biran and
(Coutineed on Page 3)
his assistant,
Dr. Moshe
. Dotan.


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