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May 06, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-06

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48 Friday, May 6, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ben-Porath Describes Elscint's Success

The::.sUcce*:,:of Israel's

American
Technion
Society.
Dr. Ben-Porath told how
Elscint was founded in 1969
by members of the staff of
the physics department of
the Technion-Israel Insti-
tute of Technology. In their

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of medical equipment that
is being purchased
throughout the world, was
described last week by Dr:
Moshe Ben-Porath to the
Detroit Chapter of the

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ness of $60,000. Today their
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of $100 million.
Elscint now has 2,100
employees in Israel with
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grees in engineering, sci-
ence or mathematics. They
are building additional
manufacturing facilities in
Herzliya and in Maalot.
Dr. Ben-Porath pointed
out that Elscint is based
in Israel, but does re-
search, development and
manufacturing in the
U.S., . United Kingdom,
Italy and France. It now
has more than 500 em-
ployees in their Ameri-
can_ operations.
Elscint's medical diag-
nostic imaging equipment
includes: Computerized
Tomography, commonly
known as the CT Scanner;

Dr. Martin Naimark Cited

Dr. Martin Naimark re-
ceived the Dentist Citizen of
the Year Award given by
the Michigan Dental Asso-
ciation at the annual ses-
sions at the Westin Hotel.
He also is a recipient of
the Meritorious Award, the
highest award given by the
international Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity, having
served as a pat president of
the Detroit Alumni Chapter
of Alpha Omega.
A former president of the
Detroit District Dental

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Federation Women to Honor
Volunteers at Annual Meeting

The Women's Division of will act as hostesses during
the Jewish Welfare Federa- the day.
tion will honor its volun-
In addition, the election
teers at the 37th annual and installation of officers
meeting of Women's Di- for 1983-1984 will take
vision, 10 a.m. Thursday at place. Campaign con-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. tributors through the di-
The celebration will fea- vision are eligible to par-
ture a multi-media pre- ticipate.
sentation, narrated by pro-
"Trio in D Minor" will
gram co-chairman Evelyn be performed by com-
Kasle, highlighting the poser/pianist
Julius
Federation's services to the Chajes, violinist Inez
community. Chairmen of Redman and cellist
e ach section of Women's Di- Marcy Chanteaux.
vision, as well as those
For information, contact
women who serve on the the Women's Division,
boards of various agencies, 965-3939.

SZ Sisterhood Election Due

Shaarey Zedek Sister-
There is a charge for the -
hood will hold its elections luncheon. Reservations, re-
and installation luncheon quired by Wednesday, may
noon May 16 in the Morris be made by calling Gladys -
Adler Hall of the Croll, 352-1178, or Bess
synagogue. Kornwise, 647-0425.
The program "An. After- Babysitting will be avail-
noon of Song" will featUre able by request. .
the Bel Canto Choral
Society who will perform
Hebrew and Yiddish songs,
popular show tunes and
classical selections.
Bel Canto is made up of
30 members of Shaarey
Zedek, many with profes-
watches repaired
sional experience. The
on premises to factory
group is under the direc-
specs
tion of Daniel Braude.
Their president is Janet
1 to 2 wk. service
Pont and accompanist is
Rochelle Barr.

ROLEX

DR. MARTIN NAIMARK
Society, Dr. Naimark also
served as vice president and
trustee of the Michigan
Dental Association. He
helped establish the Detroit
Student Loan Fund for
Needy and Eligible Dental
Students during his
presidency.
He. and his wife Wilma
founded the Alpha Nu and
Chi Parents Clubs in 1958.
The Alpha Nu Parents Club
had established the Dr.
Martin Naimark Student
Loan Fund in his honor.

NCJW to Host
Ford House Tour

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council- of Jewish
Women, will host a "Flair"
tour and luncheon at the
Edsel and Eleanor Ford
House May 26, leaving at 9
a.m. from the NCJW offices,
16400 .W. 12 Mile, South-
field.
Hors d'oeuvres will be
served, followed by lunch-
eon and a tour of the home
and gardens. Bus transpor-
tation will be available.
Paid reservations are due
by Thursday. For details,
call the NCJW offices, 557-
9604.

Pioneer Women
Council Meets

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will hold an American af-
fairs meeting 2:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Alice Ross, 3750 Lane Lake
Rd., Bloomfield Hills. The
speaker will be Representa-
tive Maxine Berman. A so-
cial hour will begin at 1:30
p.m.

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