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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8 Friday, July 1, 1977

National Jewish': An International Acronym

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By Jewish News
Special Correspondent

RESORT

DENVER — "National
Jewish" is the term of refer-
ence by which a , great
health and curing center
has become world famous.
The name could well be
equated by another term,
"Internationally Non-
sectarian," and it would at-
test with proper emphasis
to achievements that have
given fame to this city and
its Jewish community.
National Jewish Hospital
and Research Center, the
great Jewish-sponsored in-
stitution which is always
briefly referred to as "Na-
tional Jewish" because of
its popularity, has ad 80-
year-old, interesting history
and it developed into -a
nonsectarian institution be-
cause of what had occured
in Denver in the latter two
decades of the last century.
People streamed into the
community hoping for
cures from tuberculosis.
They suffered and the pan-
acea they searched for was
not available. That's when
the then Jewish spiritual
leader, Rabbi William
Friedman, undertooj to
form a center to provide re-
lief. There were struggles
and it was not until the
very end of the century that
the hospital at last became
a reality.
Now there may not be a

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community without evi-
dence of cures and healing
provided here. Detroit is an
example. It was outlined at
the dinner, under the chair-
manship of Robert M. Sur-
dam, attended by more
than 900 supporters of the
hospital. Former Congress-
woman Martha Griffiths
was the honoree. The at-
tendance was over-
whelmingly non-Jewish.
Again, it was attesting to
the nonsectarian character
of the institution honored
and generously provided
for.
The Detroit role bears em-
phasis, even if a portion is
in the retelling. There are
presently three patients
from Detroit, two are 65
and one is 32, who are
treated for asthma, and a
woman, 42, who is suffering
from tuberculosis.
Since the founding of the
hospital in 1899, 342 from
Michigan have benefited
from the NJH services.
They received more than
101,000 days of patient care.
The aid was provided re-
gardless of race, age or
ability to pay.
From Detroit alone, 160
patients were given more
than 56,000 days of care.
Not only Detroit, but
other Michigan patients
have been cared for. NJH

has cared for chronic res-
piratory patients from 72
cities in Michigan.
Of special interest is that
51 Michigan physicians,
nurses and technologists
have completed the NJH
postgraduate course in clini-
cal management and -con-
trol of tuberculosis.
A physician at the Wayne
County Health Center serv-
ed a two-year fellowship at
NJ-H - where he received
postgraduate training in the
hospital's TB and Chest Sec-
tion.
Dr. W. Paul Reagan, for-
mer director of the Respira-
tory Disease Control Pro-
gram for the Wayne County
Department of Health, attri-
butes a reduction in pro-
gram cost from $10,847,000
in 1969 to $4,600,000 in 1972
as a direct result of assist-
ance from NJH.
In 1968 Dr. Thomas
Moulding was loaned to the
Wayne County Department
of Health at no charge by
NJH to establish a tubercu-
losis control clinic. Sub-
sequently, two physicians
from the Wayne County De-
partment of Health attend-
ed NJH training programs,
returning to Detroit to put
into effect specific pro-
grams in tuberculosis con-
trol developed by the staff
of the National Jewish Hos-

`U.S.-Israel Co-Production
Blocked for Security Reasons'

WASHINGTON (JTA)-L
The White House acknowl-
edged that the Pentagon
blocked co-production of a
radio communications sys-
tem for military use by
American and Israeli com-
panies, but it declared it
was for "security reasons"
and not an action directed
against the government of
Israel.
Requests from West Ger-
many and France to join in
the production of the sys-
tem, Presidential Press Sec-
retary Jody Powell said,
also were turned down for
the same reason. -
He pointed out they do
not have a "memorandum
of understanding" with the
United States regarding co-
development and co-produc-
tion of items within a cer-
tain "highly classified"
range of items.
When the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, which ques-
tioned Powell on the sub-
ject, observed that the Pen-
tagon apparently does not
trust Israel's security, the
Press Secretary said the
request for the joint produc-
tion was not from the gov-
ernment of Israel' but from
the Sylvania Electronics
System group.
This company is engaged
in a project with an Israeli
company, Tadiran Israel
Electronics Industries, Ltd.
Sylvania is a subsidiary of
General Telephone and
Electronics which also is
said to be part owner of the
Israeli concern.
Emphasizing that "the al-
legations and insinuations"
that the Pentagon acted
against Israel are "totally
untrue," Powell said that
"we already have co-pro-
duction" agreements with
Israel on parts for the F-15
warplane, and that the U.S.

is considering co-production
for additional elements for
the F-15 as well as for the
F-16 fighter, a hydrofoil,
and the Israeli "Chariot"
tank.
Meanwhile, a report that
President Carter has ap-
proved selling to Israel $115
million in new arms was
welcomed by Premier Men-
ahem Begin.
Carter's decision was re-
vealed in a story in The
New York Times Sunday
and reported widely in Is-
raeli newspapers. Accord-
ing to the Times story from
Washington, Administration
"sources" said that Carter
will propose that Israel be
sold 200 wire-guided anti-
tank missiles, 700 M-13 ar-
mored personnel carriers
and 15 M-728 tank bull-
dozers.
(In Washington, The New
York Times story was not
confirmed by the White
House.)
In a related development,
Secretary of State Cyrus R.
Vance said that the United
States will provide to Israel
"the arms which are neces-
sary for its self-defense."

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for High Holidays

NEW YORK (JTA)—A
policy under which all units
of the State University of
New York will be closed on
Rosh Hashana and Yom
Kippur, effective this fall,
has been adopted by the
SUNY trustees, a spokes-
man for Governor Hugh
Carey reported.
The decision ended a dis-
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which had planned to hold
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