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January 14, 1977 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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22 Friday, January 14, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Carmel Hospital Opens

Maidanek Trial
Moves Slowly

BONN
The
Maidanek trial which
opened in Dusseldorf
nearly 10 months ago is
dragging along slowly
without much public
interest.
The difficulty of clarify-
_ ing the connection be-
tween the accused and
the 250,000 inmates of the
Maidanek concentration
camp who lost their lives
was emphasized by the
public prosecutor who
said, "We have the bodies
but still no perpetrators."
The trial is likely to last
until the end of 1978 at
least. Up to now only 50 of
the 250 witnesses in Ger-
many and abroad have
been heard.

Abe Cherow, Says:

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The New Hospital on Mt. Carmel

HAIFA — Seven years
after construction work
began, the 400-bed Kupat
Holim hospital on Mt.
Carmel recently admitted
its first patients.
The staff of 600 includes
100 doctors and 300
nurses, among, them the
personnel of the old
Kupat Holim hospital
nearby, which will con-
tinue to house various
medical services of the
sick fund. Operating
budget of the institution
will be at least $7,058,823
a year.
Kupat Holim said last
March that construction
and equipment would
cost $1,478,586. Sub-
sequently, the Lady
Davis Fund reportedly

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Israeli Discovers
Immunology Clue

REHOVOT, Israel —
Why does the body's im-
mune system spot the
proteins and sugars car-
ried on such foreign in-
vaders as bacteria, while
turning a blind eye on the
nearly identical sub-
stances occurring on its
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cells? At the Weiz-
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Irun Cohen, of the De-
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partment of Cell Biology,
thinks he may have dis-
covered a clue to help ex-
plain this apparent
paradox.
Prof. Cohen and his
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He explains that as a
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tear, tissues continually
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shed bits and pieces of the
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SURETY FEDERAL

contributed $5 million
towards the purchase of
medical equipment, and
the institution was given
the name "Lady Davis
Hospital."
During the sixties, work
was delayed when area
residents took legal action
in an attempt to halt con-
struction of the large hos-
pital in a quiet residential
area with inadequate
roads. (The municipality
spent $35,294 to widen the
roads for better access to
the hospital.)
Work began only in
1969, after the neighbors -
lost the case against the
Kupat Haim project,
which had the backing of
then-Mayor Abba
Khoushy.
The medical director of
the hospital is Dr. Maxim
Sheinfeld, and the admin-
istrative manager is Eli
Presser.

ABE CHEROW, President
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PRESENTS

World of Jewish Entertainment

Sunday, January 30, 1977
7:30 - 9:30 P.M.

RABBI SHLOMO CARLEBACH

Renowned Intercontinental Entertainer
His- Chassidic Song-Stories and Haimesh Appeal
Have Been Acclaimed by Many.

Sunday, February 20, 1977
7:30 - 9:30 P.M.

THE KOL GOLAN DUO
ISRAEL & EDNA ROSEN

Brightest Stars Lighting Up the Musical Horizon

Rosen's Sing Israeli, Chassidic and Yiddish Favorites

plus

SY KLEINMAN

One of Our Clean, Witty Humorists

Who Stimulates You to Laughter and Tears!

Don't Miss This Program

Saturday, March 12, 1977
8:00 - 10:00 P.M.

BERNIE DEANE (One Man Performance)

in
"The Rothschilds"

Jewish Musical Direct From Broadway

Dean's Performance of Humor and Drama will be an

Unforgettable Evening Out!

Donation: All Three Programs $5.00 • Individual Tickets $2.00 Sold At The Door

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For Tickets Call The Synagogue Office at 352-8670 or Co-Chairmen
Stewart Silverman 547-2329
Allen 'Nanny" Sterns 353-3773

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