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September 23, 1983 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 23, 1983 55

Bernard Kalb to Speak at SZ Hospital Event

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Bernard Kalb NBC News
State Department corre-
spondent, will be the guest
speaker at the annual
dinner of the Detroit
Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

Kalb has been based in
Washington for CBS since
1970 when he was named
Washington anchor for the
CBS Morning News. He
now joins his brother Mar-
vin at NBC.
Bernard Kalb accom-

panied former Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger on
Kissinger's "shuttle diplo-
macy" trips in 1976. He also
traveled abroad with former
Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance and Secretary of
State Edmund Muskie. In

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addition Kalb accompanied
former President Nixon on
his trip to the People's Re-
public of China in 1972 and
former President Gerald
Ford on his trip to China in
1975.
Kalb is the co-author,
with his brother, of the
1974 biography "Kis-
singer." He is the author
of articles on a variety of
subjects that have ap-

day Review, McCall's
and other periodicals.
Kalb is married and the
father of four daughters, the
first born in Indonesia, the
second in New York and the
last-two in Hong Kong. He is
a native of New York and a
graduate of City College of
New York.
Funds raised during this
year's Shaare Zedek Hospi-
tal campaign will be desig-
nated for the Jerusalem
Pediatric Dialysis Center
located at the Shaare Zedek
Medical Center, announced
Dr. Lawrence Ldewenthal,
president of the local friends
of the hospital.
There is a great need for
additional kidney machines
at a cost of $10,000 each as
well as for funds to provide
the life saving treatment for
the many children who are
in need of this service.
Dr. Lloyd Paul and Dr.
Harvey Sabbota are
chairmen of the event.
For information and
BERNARD KALB
dinner reservations, call
peared in the New York Alex Roberg, 968-0684 or
Times Magazine, Satur- 968-3288.
* *

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NEW YORK — The
Jewish Week in New York
reported on a recent inci-
dent involving Shaare
Zedek Hospital's Pediatric
Dialysis Unit, the only such
unit for children in Israel.
An Arab physician in the
Nablus area sent a young
Arab child to the hospital,
asking that he be examined.
As was suspected, the child
needed kidney dialysis
treatment if he were to sur-
vive.
His parents lived in an
out-of-the-way village,
some distance from urban
Nablus. How could they
possibly bring the boy to

Jerusalem three times a
week for treatment?
After impressing on the
parents that their son
would die without the
hours-long treatments,
Shaare Zedek officials
worked out a plan. Three
times a week the mother
leads a donkey carrying
the boy from their home
village to the city of Nab-
lus. They then travel by
bus to Jerusalem and a
volunteer meets them at
the bus station and drives
them to the hospital.
At the end of the day they
make the exhausting return
trip.

The Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor announces
tickets are available for its
second annual benefit con-
cert series. All events will
be held in the social hall of
Beth Israel Congregation,
2000 Washtenaw, Ann Ar-
bor. Concerts are followed
by refreshments and an
opportunity to meet the per-
formers.
The schedule is as follows:
Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. the East-

ern Michigan University
Faculty Chamber Musi-
cians; Nov. 20, 12:30 p.m.,
The Wild Swan Theater,
"Tales of Tricks and Trou-
ble"; Dec. 11, 7:30 p.m.,
pianist Louis Nagel of the
University of Michigan
school of music; and April 7
(tentative), 9 p.m., The De-
troit Balalaika Orchestra.
Donations are tax-
deductible. Season tickets
are available until Nov. 2
For information, reserva-
tions, and season ticket or-
ders, contact Rachel Urist,
662-0712.

Hebrew Day School Plans
Benefit Concert Series

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Callers to the Jewish
Community Council have
expressed concern about the
efforts of the Mike Evans
Ministry's efforts to solicit
funds in the Jewish and
general communities.
According to information
available on Evans, he is a
Christian evangelist who
expresses strong support for
Israel through mailings and
media appearances.
Council President David
those
Lebenbom to
who wish to respond to
Evans to "send letters com-
mending Evans' support for
Israel, nothing more."

LAW Fraternity
Meeting Planned

The Detroit Graduate
Chapter of the Tau Epsilon
Rho Law Fraternity will
hold its monthly dinner
meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday at
Southfield Charley's.
Gerhard Ritsema, Wayne
County Friend of the Court,
will speak on the new
Friend of the Court Acts.
For reservations, call
Mike Anspach, 259-3020; or
Stan Wise, 559-0200, by to-
day.

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