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May 07, 1976 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS

40 May 7, 1976

Grand Rapids Bond Drive Set

Cong. Ahavas Israel and
Temple Emanuel in Grand
Rapids will join in hosting a
community-wide reception
for Israel Bonds, 7:30 p.m.
May 16 at Ahavas Israel.
Jerry Subar is general
chairman of the event.
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The reception committee,
still in formation, includes:
Mrs. Marilyn Leven, Rabbi
Albert Lewis, Leonard Ro-
senzweig, Sol Swiss, Mrs.
Yetta Smaller, Mrs. Harriet
Cohen, Art Silverstein, Mrs.
Ann Baum, and Mrs. Arlene
Levit, all from Temple
Emanuel; and Hy Berk,
Rabbi William Marder,
Alan Rubin, Richard
Grande, Morris Kleiman,
Percy Berman, Seymour
Rapaport and Mrs. Geneva
Smith, all from Ahavas Is-
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New Operation for Cleft Lip
Is Developed by Local Doctor

Dr. Donald Kapetansky, a
Southfield plastic surgeon
and associate professor of
speech at Wayne State Uni-
versity, has developed a new
operation for patients with
cleft lip or cleft hard palate.
Dr. Kapetansky, who will
present the results of his
technique to the annual
meeting of the American
Cleft Palate ,Association
later this month, is hopeful
that his operation can re-
store normal or near-nor-
mal speech , to children
where other techniques have
failed.
His operation involves re-
pair of the soft palate, a
muscular structure that
forms the rear part of the
roof of the mouth.
Surgeons
have at-

tempted to correct the
problem by partially de-
taching -a flap of tissue
from the -throat and sew-
ing it over the hole. In Dr.
Kapetansky's experience,
about 40 percent of the
time the flap shrinks with-
age, the hole widens, and
after a year or more the
patient's voice again be-
comes blurred and nasal.

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Adat Shalom Bond Dinner Nets Investments of $730,000

More than $730,000 were
McGee said that Israel is
invested in Israel Bonds in "the only island of democ-
honor of Gerald Rosen- racy and freedom in the
bloom, president of Adat Mideast . . . an island of
Shalom Synagogue, at a achievement and inspiration
tribute dinner in his honor that we hold dear." He said
Sunday in the synagogue on that the "cause of Israel is
behalf of the State of Israel really a cause that belongs
Bonds organization. to all people."
The dinner, attended by
Tributes were accorded
more than 250 persons, was Rosenbloom from the Bond
highlighted -by an address organization with the
by Senator Gale McGee (D-, presentation of the David
Wyo.) who said that the Ben-Gurion Award "for
cause of Israel was to main- service to the Jewish corn-
tain a civilized society in the munity"; from Robert
Middle East.
Steinberg, past president

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Dr. Kapetansky thinks he
has solved this problem by
cutting the throat flap in
such a way that the nerves
are preserved intact and

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and from Rabbi Seymour
Rosenbloom, spiritual
leader of Adat Shalom.
David Pollack, chairman
of the Greater Detroit Israel
Bond Organization, made
presentations to the newest
members of Bonds' Prime
Minister's Club, for invest-
ments of $25,000. They are
Samuel Hechtman, Philip

T. Warren and Nathan I.
Goldin.
Cantor Larry Vieder pro-
vided a musical tribute to
the honoree, whose father is
the oldest living member of
the congregation.
Seated on the dais were
Mrs. Goldin, Mrs. Hecht-
man, Judge and Mrs. Ira G.
Kaufman, Albert I. Lipton,
Mrs. McGee, Mrs. Pollack,
Mrs. Gerald Rosenbloom,
wife of the honoree; Mrs.
Seymour Rosenbloom, Mrs.
Jacob E. Segal, Mrs. Vieder
and Mrs. Warren.

JNF Office Open
on Mother's Day

The Jewish National
Fund office, will be open 10
a.m. - 2 p.m. Sunday for
purchase of certificates at-
testing to the planting of
trees - in Israel, in honor, or
in memory, of mothers or
grandmothers.
"Say It With Trees", on
Mother's Day, is the slogan
of JNF, according to Mark,
E. Schlussel, president of
the Greater Detroit JNF
Council. For information,
call the JNF office,
968-0820.

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in the flap don't shrink, and
the hole in the soft palate
should remain covered in-
definitely.

Workmen's Circle
Unveils Monument
to Nazi Victins

Workmen's Circle Dis-•
trict Committee will have an
unveiling ceremony of its
monument to memorialize
the martyrdom of the six
million victims of Nazism
May 30 at the Workmen's
Circle Cemetery, 14 Mile
and Gratiot Rds.
Herman
Scheinbach,
chairman of the monument
for the Six Million Martyrs
Committee, who provided
the inspiration for the pro-
ject, explained, "The monu-
ment is a six-angled struc-
ture. One angle displays a
triangle which was a symbol
of the concentration camps.
Another of the structural
corners will have a Yellow
Star of David to indicate the
emblem which was intended
as a mark of shame for
Jews, but which has been
worn proudly as a mark of
honor by those who defied
the Nazi murderers.
"As a background six tall
evergreens give tribute to
the resistance fighters. A
chimney depicts the recol-
lection of the suffering and
torture." The word "Yizkor"
(remember) also is shown
prominently.

The punishment of the
liar is, that he is not be-
lieved even when he tells the
truth.
—Sanhedrin 89.

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