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September 23, 1977 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-23

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36 Friday, September 23, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Many persons have a
wrong idea about what con-
stitutes true happiness. It is
not attained through self-
gratification, but through
fidelity to a worthy pur-
pose.—Helen Keller

LARRY FREEDMAN

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646-8484

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Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6
Closed Wednesday

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Youth News

BNAI DAVID youth will
begin Shabat programs Sat-
urday. Groups will meet at
10 a.m. each week for serv-
ices, with stories and
games, followed by a spe-
cial youth kidush prepared
by members of the syna-
gogue sisterhood. Awards
for attendance will be pre-
sented throughout the year
by Rabbi Morton Yolkut.
Junior congregation for
youth age 8-10 will meet in
the choir room, led by Steve
Kideckel and Deni Warsaw.
Youth age 11-14 will gather
in the small chapel, led by
Hartley Harris and Danny
Kaplan as leaders. Member-
ship cards will be presented
to persons in each group
who have attended services
at least three times. They
will be entitled to attend
Detroit Lions and Detroit
Pistons games.
Story Hour will also be
held for children age 4 to 7
in the Story Hour room.
Linda Rosenbaum will lead
the group in Shabat stories
and games, assisted by
Marci Grossman. Carrie
Dickstein assisted during
the High Holy Days.
Atid senior group (grades
9-12) will begin its year with
a sukka-decorating party
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of adviser Harris,
25611 Colleen, Oak Park.
For information, call
Harris, 968-3563, or Scott
Winkelman, 557-7091.
Atid will attend a Detroit
Lions football game Sunday,
meeting 11 a.m. at the syna-
gogue. Bus • transportation
will be provided, and mem-
bership dues may be paid at
the. door. Tickets are lim-
ited, and must be reserved
in advance by calling Barry
Shulak, 557-3088 or adviser
Harris.
Masada (grades 7-8) will
gather 4:30 p.m. today to

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Henry Ford Hospital staff members monitor Saul LeVine
as he rides a stationary bicycle, part of a unit partially fun-
ded by a gift he initiated to benefit heart attack victims.

At Henry Ford Hospital
heart attack victims are pe-
daling their way to stronger
hearts while a machine un-
derwritten in part by a gift
from the David M. and
Frieda G. LeVine Founda-
tion is monitoring their
pedal power.
The foundation's gift con-
tributed to the purchase
and installation of a four-
channel monitoring unit for
the hospital's new out-
patient cardiac rehabilita-
tion unit.
The unit's rehabilitation
program can effectively
lower heart rate in many in-
stances and enable patients
to lead more active lives
than may previously have
been thought possible.
Each year, according to
Dr. Sidney Goldstein, divi-
sion head of cardiovascular
medicine at Henry Ford
Hospital, heart attacks
claim 500,000 lives. Dr.
Goldstein is involved in the
study of methods for the
prevention and recurrence
of heart attacks. The hospi-
tal's newly opened cardiac

City of Hope Dinner-Dance
to Recall Hits of Al Jolson

"An Evening With Al Jol-
son" is the show title of this
year's 65th annual dinner-
dance by Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
Oct. 16 at Michigan Inn.
Clive Baldwin of England
will talk and sing through
all the hits associated with
the super star. Hall Gordon
will accompany him, and he
and his orchestra will play
for dancing.
The dinner-dance will be a

Engagements)

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help decorate the synagogue
sukka, followed by an oneg
Shabat dinner and program
in the sukka. Dues may be
paid at the door. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Kaplan, 398-7422, or the
synagogue youth-line.
Ha-Or (grades 5-6) deco-
rated the sukka at the home
of Cantor and Mrs. Hyman
Adler Sunday. Future activ-
ities include a hayride
(Oct.2) and roller skating.
For information, contact
adviser Steve Kideckel, 968-
1765.
Ruach (grades 3-4) will
help to decorate the syna-
gogue sukka, followed by a
pizza party Sunday. The
group will gather at 6:30
p.m. in the youth lounge.
Friends are invited. For
advance reservations, call
advisor, Deni Warsaw, 352-
3632, or the synagogue
youth-line.
For information on the
B'nai David youth program,
contact the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325.
* * *
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
group will have a sukka-
building brunch social 12:30
p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue. Youth Shabat serv-
ices will begin 10:15 p.m.
Oct. 1.
The youth group will have
a city-wide dance 8 p.m:
Oct. 15 at the synagogue,
Phoenix will entertain.
There is a charge: For
information. call Ilene Mitz,
548-0947.
New advisers to the youth
groups are Betty Kletter,
Kadima, 626-2054; and Judy
Goldis, grades 5 and 6, 626-
1181. Beth Norman meets 10
a.m. Saturdays with chil-
dren age 3-7.

Gift From LeVine Foundation
Benefits Heart Attack Victims

Mr. and Mrs. George Tur-
kel of Oak Park announce
the engagemenment of their
daughter. Susan Ruth Tur-
kel, to Michael L. Liebow-
itz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Liebowitz of New York.
Miss Turkel was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity, where she earned a
BFA degree and BA and
MA degrees in speech
pathology. Her fiance
earned a BS degree in engi-
neering at the New York
College of Engineering. A
November wedding is
planned.

black-tie affair, with cock-
tails at 5:30 p.m. and dinner
at 7.
Max Sosin is president of
the Detroit Businessmen's
Group, City of Hope, and
Harry Brodsky is this year's
dinner-dance chairman.
Guests are invited by
invitation only. Those who
have not yet received
invitations may call the City
of Hope office, 569-4422 or
569-6262.
Proceeds will benefit the
City of Hope National
Research Medical Center in
Duarte. Calif.

CLIVE BALDWIN

rehabilitation unit is among
the first such units in Mich-
igan.
Because of a patient's in-
terest in Dr. Goldstein's ef-
forts the cardiac rehabilita-
tion unit is well on its way
to a full service program.
Saul LeVine recently com-
pleted an exercise program
in the unit. A typical
patient, LeVine came into
the unit because of angina
pectoras and after following
a home exercise program
was tested on the familiar
treadmill and then became
a candidate for Dr. Gold-
stein's rehabilitation unit.
(Other patients enter the
program six-eight weeks fol-
lowing an acute heart ' at-
tack.)
Three times a week on a
stationary bicycle beside
other cyclists LeVine alter-
nately pedaled and rested
while his pulse rate and
blood pressure were con-
stantly monitored during
two-hour sessions until the
physician, clinician and
therapist felt his heart
muscle was sufficiently
strengthened to effect a
lower heart rate and sus-
tain exercise over a long pe-
riod of time.
LeVine's interest and par-
ticipation in Henry Ford
Hospital's division of cardio-
vascular medicine prompt-
ed him to interest the Le-
Vine Foundation trustees in
supporting the rehabilita-
tion program. (LeVine is a
trustee of the foundation).
The purchase of the console
monitoring unit was sup-
ported in part by the founda-
tion gift and enables the
unit team to measure pulse
rate and blood pressure.
The division of cardio-
vascular medicine at Henry
Ford Hospital includes a
cardiovascular research
unit. pediatric cardiology di-
vision, thoracic and cardiac
surgery division, coronary
care unit, non-invasive labo-
ratory and physiology labo-
ratory and in addition to
seeing patients at the
Henry Ford Hospital West
Grand Boulevard Center in
Detroit cardiologists treat
patients at the hospital's
Fairlane Center in Dear-
born and the West
Bloomfield Center.
The LeVine Foundation
also has endowed the Le-
Vine wing of the Jewish
Home for the Aged. -

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