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June 27, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, June 27, 1975

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

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Invite You For Fine

House
Specialties
include
Selected
Seafood,
Steaks,
Prime Rib and
Rack of Lamb

Dining, Cocktails & Dancing

Song Stylings By

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MON. THRU SAT.

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ROOMS

LATE EVENING
MENU


From 15 to 125

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other fine lunch menu standards.

These Combined With Our
Exciting Salad Bar
Makes An Enjoyable Luncheon

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cor. Southfield Rd.

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Lunch, Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
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REHOVOT — An ultra-
sonic device, producing a
three-dimensional image for
more efficient, accurate di-
agnosis of unsuspected
breast cancer is being devel-
oped by a Weizmann Insti-
tute biomedical engineer,
Dr. Bruce Sollish, of the in-
stitute's electronics depart-
ment, headed by Prof.
Ephraim H. Frei.
A prototype instrument is
expected to be ready within
a year and will be clinically
evaluated at the Guttman
Institute in New York City,
one of the world's largest
screening clinics, which ex-
amines some 200 women
daily. Dr. Philip Strax, med-
ical director of the Guttman
Institute, will supervise a

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SOUP, SALAD, VEGETABLE, CHOICE OF
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DAILY HOURS: MON. THRU THURS., 7 A.M. TO 9:30 P.M.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
SUNDAY, 9 A.M. TO 9:30 P.M.

long-term evaluation of the
equipment.
In the ultrasonic tech-
nique, which follows the
principles of sonar, pulses of
sound are sent deep into
body tissue to be reflected
from various biological
structures with differing
intensitities. Because ultra-
sonics measures differences
in the elastic properties of
tissue it may detect growths
characterized by a different
elasticity whose presence
escapes detection by conven-
tional X-ray and thermo-
graphic techniques.
The Weizmann Institute,
meanwhile, has established
a neurobiological section,
headed by Prof. Uriel Lit-
tauer.

Prof. Littauer's group is
studying the molecular as-
pects and physiology of
nerve and muscle cells in tis-
sue culture in order to
understand how the nervous
system develops and func-
tions.

Dr. Israel Silman's group,
also part of the new section
is investigating the molecu-
lar structure and function
of two of the proteins in-
volved in the transmission
of impulses from nerve to
muscle.

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Duty-Free Shops to Open at Metro

Passengers flying out of
Detroit's Metropolitan Air-
port to foreign destinations
will be able to carry along a
supply of duty-free liquor,
cigarettes, perfumes and
-other items after July 7.
Metro Duty-Free Shops
will begin operations then
from permanent centers in
the Michael Berry Interna-
tional Terminal and the
north terminal and from a
mobile unit in the south
terminal. Service will be
provided to all foreign-
bound flights including
charters, according to J. D.
Weiner, president of the
firm holding a six-year lease
for exclusive operati6n of
the shops.
The service will be similar

Group Assists
Jewish Inmates

Late Evening Menu Available

4 ..m. to 9:30

Weizmann Scientist Creates Ultrasonic Cancer Detector

NEW YORK — The Jew-
ish Identity Center, as part
of its outreach program, has
begun a service to Jews in
federal prisoners by organ-
izing a Union of Jewish
Prisoners.
Since many Jewish in-
mates are without regular
contact of a rabbi or Jewish
chaplain, JIC has begun to
send literature to enable the
inmates "to re-establish a
Jewish identity."

The group has estab-
lished a fund to supply hol-
iday food to prisons na-
tionwide and seeks
volunteers to act as lia-
sions between the prison-
ers and JIC.

For information, contact
JIC, 1133 Broadway, Suite
426, New York, N.Y. 10010.

Israelis Net Six
Medals in Games

JERUSALEM — Israel
took two gold medals, one
silver and three bronzes
during the six days of com-
petition in the second Asian
Amateur Athletic Cham-
pionships.
Esther Shahamorov-Roth
accounted for Israel's two
golds in the 100-meter and
200-meter sprints. Hanna
Sheziffi placed third in the
1,500-meter event and Ruth
Zlotchenko won a silver
prize in the pentathlon.
Ms. Shahamorov-Roth
was one of two competitors
who met the 1976 Montreal
Olympic entry standards.

to that offered motorists en-
tering Canada from Detroit
via the bridge or tunnel.
Prior to boarding their
flight, passengers will be
able to purchase from a list-
ing of about 200 liquor, to-
bacco, perfume and gift
items. As written, orders
will be reproduced in a
warehouse center for pack-
aging and delivery as the
passengers enter their
plane.

Weizmann Teams
Studying Disease

REHOVOT — Two teams
of Weizmann Institute of
Science researchers are
working on how disease
works against the body's
proteins.
A team of chemists has
succeeded in isolating dam-
aged proteins which were
affected by a cattle disease,
dermatosparaxis. The scien-
tists also discovered that the
proteins could be healed by
exposing them to enzymes
present in the skin of nor-
mal cattle.
The team is now studying
samples from humans who
have a disease similar to the
cattle disease.

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DANCING MON.-SAT. FROM 10 p.m.
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Menu
JAZZ STYLINGS OF

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MON. THRU FRI.
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A study of the disease
myasthenia, which is a
breakdown in communica-
tion between the nerves
and muscles they acti-
viate, has led to discovery
of the primary site the dis-
ease strikes.

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The researchers used elec-
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SATURDAYS, 12 to 3 p.m.
and

SUNDAYS ALL DAY s:

Israel's `Uzzi" Gun
a Popular Weapon

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
About 400,000 of Israel's
famed "Uzzi" submachine-
guns have been exported
since the weapon was first
manufactured in the 1950s
and are presently used by
the armies and police forces
of 60 countries. the military
industry's publication Bata
reported.
According to Bata the
"Uzzi" is the official weapon
of the bodyguards of the
presidents of France and
the Phillippines Republic
and of the King of Thailand.

One machine can do the
work of 50 ordinary men.
No machine can do the work
of one extraordinary man.
—Elbert Hubbard

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Mon., June 30
Will Reopen
Mon., July 7

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• ENTERTAINMENT

AND

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LUNCH SERVED MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

DINNER ALSO SERVED MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

LATE EVENING MENU'
10 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Your Host
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PIANO BAR ENTERTAINMENT

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