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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroit Friends to Aid SZ
Hospital Pediatric Dialysis

The Detroit Friends of
Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem have dedicated
the proceeds of their annual
dinner to the pediatric
dialysis center at the hospi-
tal.
The dinner will be held 6
p.m. Oct. 18 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Drs. Lloyd
Paul and Harvey Sabbota
are co-chairmen.
Shaare Zedek Hospital's
first kidney dialysis
machines went into opera-
tion in 1970. There are 200
new cases of primary ir-
reversible kidney failure
annually diagnosed in Is-
rael and there is an acute
need for additional funds to
maintain artificial kidney
machines. -
Dialysis treatment is
inconvenient because the
patient must go to the
hospital three times each
week and be connected to
an artificial kidney
machine for four hours at
a time. The dialysis units,
which cost $10,000 each,
perform the function of
the kidney, cleaning the
blood and removing
waste products from the
body's metabolism.
The artificial kidney is
not a cure — patients do not
"recover" with dialysis
treatment but are simply
kept alive. They must con-
tinue their treatment until
a kidney transplant is
available.
For the last 10 years the
Detroit Friends of Shaare

Sukkot's Fall
Date Seen as
Test of Faith

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

The selection of the time
of year for Sukkot (fall) has
to do with the biblical com-
mandment which requires
Jews to dwell in temporary
Sukkot (shacks) for the
holiday week.
It is in fall, when the
weather gets colder, that a
person demonstrates his
faith in obeying the Al-
mighty's command to dwell
in the sukka in spite of the
colder temperature. Were it
in summer or spring when
the weather is warm the
sukka might be taken to
mean a dwelling of con-
venience to escape the heat
of the'house.
Some feel that the sukka
is a symbol of the world in
which a person –comes to
after this life. He leaves his
earthly dwelling and goes to
his home in paradise. In the
autumn when the leaves
fall and the ground hardens
we feel a symbol of death.
Instead of exhibiting fear
and remorse we express joy
and confidence because we
believe that our departure
from this world is only a joy-
ous entry into the paradise
of the next world.
There are also those who
contend that one of the pur-
poses of the Sukkot holiday
is to show the Almighty our
appreciatioh for the fall
harvest — thus Sukkot oc-
curs in the fall.

Friday, September 16, 1983 29

The Detroit Friends of
Shaare Zedek Hospital

cordially invite you to attend the

ANNUAL DINNER

Tuesday, October 18th, 1983, 6:00 P.M.

at Congregation Shaarey Zedek

A youngster is shown receiving kidney dialysis
treatment at Shaare Zedek Hospital.

Zedek Hospital have been Dr. Alfred Drukkar, head
involved in the dialysis pro- of the Shaare Zedek
gram at the hospital. At the pediatric renal unit.
opening of the New Shaare "Treatment has to allow
Zedek Medical Center in for their physical small-
1978 the Detroit group ness and need to grow,
endowed the eight-bed while care has to be taken
dialysis unit and through that the psychological
the "Save a Life" program, impact of treatment
initiated by the late Her- leaves no scars. And
man K. Cohen, raised funds ideally the dialysis
in support of this depart- machines themselves
ment.
should be adapted for
Dialysis is especially dif- children, as they are in
ficult for young children. Shaare Zedek, using
With the construction of the smaller artificial kidneys
New Shaare Zedek Medical and narrower lines to
Center a special unit under channel the blood."
the name "Jerusalem
Dialysis is an expensive
Pediatric Dialysis Center" 'procedure (one month of
was established. Children treatment costs $1,000) and
from all over Israel -- Jews, all patients are admitted to
Christians and Moslems the hospital without consid-
alike — are admitted to the eration of their financial
facility.
situation.
"Youngsters __ have
For dinner informatioh
different physical and and reservations, call Alex
emotional needs," says Roberg, 968-3288.

Argentina Pledges to Check
on Anti-Semitism Outbreak

NEW YORK (JTA) — stands, he said. They in-
The Argentine government clude such titles as
has promised the Jewish "Alerta," "Masoneria"
community that it will in- and "Papeles." In none of
vestigate a recent rash of them is the publisher
anti-Semitic incidents and identified.
take measures to prevent
"Papeles" carried an ad-
their recurrence, the World vertisement for Aerolineas
Jewish Congress' Latin Argentinas, the national
American branch reported. airline. But the airline told
The promise was offered the DAIA that the ad was
by the Undersecretary of not authorized, Cohen
the Interior Guillermo Las- Imach said.
cano Quintana at a meeting
He said Quintana was
in Buenos Aires with repre- given a full account of these
sentatives of the Delegacion developments and promised
de. Associaciones Israelitas that the government would
Argentinas (DAIA), the inquire into their source
central body of Argentine and take preventive meas-
Jewry. The delegation was - ures.
headed by DATA president
Sion Cohen Imach who re-
ported on the meeting. The
DAIA is an affiliate, of the
WJC.
The Jewish leaders met
By CHARLES LUKACS
with Quintana "to express
Sound
the Shofars
the concern of the Argen-
tine Jewish community in til their solemn -call
view of the renewal of anti- penetrates the walls
Semitic incidents," Cohen of our stubborn hearts
it reminds
Imach said. He noted that in till
man of fleeting time .. .
the past three months, to mend the mistakes
anti-Semitic graffiti has of our erring minds.
appeared on the walls of Blow the ram's horns!
synagogues and threats till their profound voice
have been made against reaches Heaven's Gate
Jewish schools.
till the Lord's grace
Anti-Jewish publica- shines His peace
tions, including non- on the troubled world
registered periodicals, in the New Year
are being sold at news- to come.

Sounding
the Shofar

in support of

The Jerusalem Pediatric Dialysis Center

at the

New Shaare Zedek Medical Center

Dr. Harvey Sabbota

Dr. Lloyd Paul

General Chairman

Dinner Chairman

1983 Dinner Committee*

Sherman Shapiro
Ticket Sales

Leslie Krakovits
Sponsors

Max Nosanchuk
Patrons

Irving Nusbaum
Special Gifts

Beatrice Feigelman
Arrangements

Pearl Nosanchuk
Scholarship

Ethel Cohen
"Save a Life" Program

Norman Adelsberg
Cantor Hyman Adler
Norman Allan
Leonard Ante!
Hugo Apt
Hyman Beale
Irving Belinsky
Gustav Berenholz
Ronald Berman
Max Biber
Harry Blitz
Hyman Brown
Mr. & Mrs. Allen
Charlupski
Irwin I. Cohn
Sam Cohodas
Louis Cooper
Norman Cottler
Henry Dorfman
Milton Duchan
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene
Eisenberg
Morris Flail

Rev. Wolf Gold
Rabbi James Gordon
Menasche Haar
Mrs. Sam Hamburger
Mrs. David Herczeg
David Hermelin
Dr. Leon Herschfus
Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Hertz
David Ifriltzman ,
Mrs. Fred Hopfeld
Louis Horowitz
Alex Joseph
Dr. Harry Jubas
Neil Kalef
Rabbi Dr. Max Kapustin
Michael Karbal
Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
Paul Kohn
Mrs. Jules Kraft
Salek Lessman
Dr. William Leuchter
Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal
Emanuel Mittleman

Morris Music
Mike Must
Irving Palman
Harold Platt
Samuel Platt
Rabbi Samuel Prero
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Ring
Mr. & Mrs. Alex Roberg
Martin Rose
Mrs. A.A. Rosenfeld
Marcel Sandel
Emma Lazaroff Schaver
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
Jack Shenkman
David Silver
Philip Slomovitz
Max Sosin
Mr. & Mrs. Max Stollman
Phillip Stollman
Mr. & Mrs. David Tanzman
Irving Weiss
Rabbi Morton Yolkut
Jack Zwick

*In'formation

For information and reservations call Alex Roberg

968-0684

Price of tickets per couple
Donation $100.00

Sponsor $250.00

1 week Dialysis
treatment

Patron $500.00 Benefactor $1000.00

2 weeks Dialysis
treatment

1 month Dialysis
treatment

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