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October 27, 1978 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS •

Sinai Has Birthing Rooms

One of Michigan's first
"birthing rooms," a
childbirth unit specially
designed to combine the
comforts of home with the
advantages of hospital
technology, is now available
for expectant mothers ad-
mitted to Sinai Hospital of
Detroit.
The new birthing room
has a regular bed as opposed
to the standard delivery ta-
ble, soft music piped in,
cheery pictures on the
'ails, plants and an easy

air.

have taken prepared
childbirth classes along
with her mate who will be
with her during this birth
experience. If desired,
couples can stay together
in this room, until the
new mother is trans-
ferred to the post-partum
unit.
The birthing room deliv-
ery is optional for the expec-
tant parents. The new unit
will accommodate just a
fraction of the 3,600 births
at Sinai each year.

UHS Women
Dongt Nears

Reser-vations are still
being taken for the annual
donor luncheon for the
Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools,
scheduled to take place
12:15 p.m. Nov. 8 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The Ben-Meir/Kilby Trio
will entertain. Proceeds will
benefit UHS students.
For information and
reservations, call Mrs. Dov
Boros, 642-1173, or Mrs.
Simson Sendler, 968-6376.

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An expectant mother
wishing to have her baby
in this room is required to

Readers
Forum

Materials submitted to the
Readers Forum must be
brief. The writer's name will
be withheld from publica-
tion upon request. No un-
signed letters will be pub-
lished. Materials will not be
returned unless a stamped,
self-addressed - envelope is
enclosed.

Skokie Decision

Editor, The Jewish News:
The U.S. Supreme Court
has refused to hear the offi-
cials of Skokie, Ill., pertain-
ing to the yielding of Jewish
rights in Skokie. This is a
blow to American justice.
When we see a group of
Nazis in uniform marching
in the street, it is "not" a
parade, but a demonstra-
tion showing their strength
here in America.
The thousands of Jews
living in Skokie, Ill., who
escaped Hitler's onslaught,
will eventually find that
such parades will lead to
violence.
It stands to reason that
with the Supreme Court re-
fusal, Jews will find them-
selves taking action into
their own hands.
With Six Million Jews
sacrificed in World War II,
now is the time to stop such
recurrences.

Joseph Shapiro

Holocaust Songs

MONTREAL (JTA) —
The Canadian Jewish Con-

gress, Eastern Region, re-
cently presented the pre-
mier performance of the
commissioned work, "Three
Songs of the Holocaust," at
the Samuel Bronfman
House.
The work is a song cycle
nspired by "0 the • Chim-
eys" written by Nobel
Laureate Nelly Sachs in
1961. It was composed by
Prof. Marvin Duchow of
McGill University at the
request of the Jewish Music
Committee.
This work and selections
by other composers pre-
sented at the concert was
recorded for broadcast on
the CBC Stereo Network
next April.

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It is the power.., of reason-
ing (seykhl) with:Which God
endowed map. 134T?.at renders
man capable -Of Perfection.

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