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July 16, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE DETROIT' JEWISH - NEWS

'34 Friday, July 716, 1982

The Beth Hatefutsot
museum in Israel displayed
eight new exhibitions dur-
ing 1981 and opened 47

exhibitions in various Is-
raeli towns, villages and
kibutzim during the past
year.

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By ELIEZER WHARTMAN

Joint Distribution Committee

HAIFA -- One of the
stories to emerge from the
war in Lebanon is of the
round-the-clock work per-
formed by the Social Service
Department of the Rambam
Hospital in Haifa, which
was established five years
ago by the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Commit-
tee (JDC) in Israel in coop-
eration with the Ministry of
Health and the Haifa Uni-
versity School of Social
Work.
With the outbreak of the
war last month, the Ram-
bam director, Prof. Yosef
Brandes, working according
to a pre-arranged plan, or-
dered the immediate evacu-
ation of all civilian cases
who could bb moved. Ap-
proximately 600 of the 800
hospital beds were made
available for the antici-
pated arrival of wounded
from the front.
For soldiers who had gone
into shock or those suffering
from shell shock, crash
courses had been given to
the staff as to how to inter-
vene at the right time, and
which procedures to follow.
The staff included not only
doctors and nurses, but so-
cial workers as well.
Thanks to the speedy
care and the initial sc-
reening by the helicopter
pilots- who had adminis-
tered first aid en route,
the Rambam staff, as-
sisted by the airborne
doctors, were able to save
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thus far, although 40 are
still on the critical list.
The staff in the intensive
care and burn units had to
be constantly rotated be-
cause of the extremely dif-
ficult conditions of work. All
told, Rambam received
about 40 percent of all
casualties, including the
most seriously wounded.
Working with the medi-
cal staff was the. JDC-
assisted Social Service De-
partment, headed by Zip-
pora Mor-Bai, a trained so-
cial worker, who had previ-
ously received a JDC scho-
larship to study at Mt. Sinai
Hospital in New York.
Like the other depart-
ments, it went on an
emergency footing on the
first day of the fighting.
Pre-arranged plans had
been drawn up to meet just
such an emergency. Its first
task was to assist in the
transfer of civilian, patients
to other hospitals, in close
cooperation with the
families of the transferees.
Key members of the
staff were assigned to the
orthopedic,
plastic
burn,
surgery,
neurosurgery, eye, and
recovery room units.
Working twelve hour
shifts, the social service
personnel set up three-
man teams: a psychiat-
rist, a psychologist and a
social worker. The de-
partment became the
center for information on
all wounded soldiers,
serving as the liaison
aison be-
tween the wounded and
their families.
In addition to the Israeli
wounded, the Social Service
Department is also caring
for 22 Lebanese civilians,
including eight children
who are being treated at
Rambam. To do this, the de-
partment sought out volun-
teers from among the Chris-
tian Arab community in
Haifa who greatly aided in
the work.

Arms Overflow
Fairgrounds

TEL AVIV (JNI)
Crowds of thousands have
been filing through the Tel
Aviv Fairgrounds to view
weapons and equipment
captured from the PLO and
Syrian forces in Lebanon.
"There simply isn't
enough room to put even a
small part of the booty on
display," said IDF
Ordnance Corps Comman-
der Yohanan Gur. "It will
take us at least two months
to bring all the weapons to
Israel from Lebanon .. .
that's what we were facing
in the north."
The exhibition includes
weapons of almost every
type, some on display in
their original crates plas-
tered with misleading
labels like "buldozer parts."
The weapons originated in
Eastern bloc countries, as
well as Western Europe,
Japan and the U.S.
Also displayed are docu-
ments including orders to
draft all teenagers.

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