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March 02, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

GAYNORS

855-0033

NEW YORK — Or-
thodox, Reform and Con-
servative rabbis gathered
together in fellowship and

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prayer during JWB's
One of the scholars-in-
three-day professional de- residence — Dr. Jack H.
velopment training confer- Bloom, a clinical psychol-
ence for Jewish military ogist and lecturer — spoke
and VA chaplains, which on the rabbi/chaplain's role
took place recently at Gros- as a "symbolic exemplar."
singer's, N.Y. An ongoing
"Being seen as a 'symbolic
event, it is part of the exten- exemplar' is a burden,"
sive training services and •Bloom said. "But it also is a
programs JWB provides to blessing because it gives
lay people and professionals rabbis the power to get
in both the civilian and things done."
military Jewish com-
"Many of you are iso-
munities.
lated," he added. "Within

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the military you are `Mr.
Jew' — not only for Jews
but for Christians as well.
You have to be an
exemplary Jew."
To the VA hospital chap-
lains present, Bloom said,
"Your part in the healing
process ca
e more power-
ful than that of the medical
team."

Lee
Wolin

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NEW YORK — Chronic elude the patients' overall
mental patients who had gain in self-esteem, the fre-
been hospitalized from 10 to eing up of badly needed beds
15 years are participating in the hospital, and finally,
in the life of the Jerusalem the educational effect on the
MOW
community through a novel community, as it comes to
program of the Jerusalem accept the patients and
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Mental Health Center- enjoy the convenience of the
Ezrath Nashim.
snack shop.
After a year of painstak-
ing preparation, a group of
long-term patients moved to
Detroit Chapter
apartments about a half-
mile from the hospital, in
the Givat Shaul section of
northern Jerusalem. Under
the supervision of staff, they
ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
put into practice the skills
7 out of 10 of Israel's managers,
developed previously while
engineers and scientists are Technion graduates
based in a model apartment
at the hospital: housekeep-
program topic
ing, shopping and cooking.
In the courtyard of their
new home the _ y tend a mod-
est garden.
At the front of the
house is a store which
ISCAR Ltd located in Nahariya, Israel, near the Lebanese border, employs
was made into a snack
1,300 and exports $40 million a year of goods consisting of metal cutting tools,
shop, complete with
dental tools and jet engine turbine blades. Stef Wertheimer, founder of Iscar
shaded sidewalk tables
Ltd, is involved in building an industrial park and a new city in Western Galilee.
and chairs. Serving and
selling sandwiches, soft
guest speaker
drinks and the like, the
patients derive multiple
benefits. They practice
their skills of shopping,
food handling and prep-
• (scar Vice President operations, and new product development (such as
aration; they use arith-
their new silicon nitride and polycrystalline diamond cutting tools)
metic as an aid in han-
• Technion graduate (evening school), Industrial and Mechanical Engineer-
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ing
adding up customers'
• Studied at Bosmat Technical High School, affiliated with the Technion
purchases and making
• in 1960 became 'scar's first engineer as the Manager of Carbide Production
change; they develop
film and the Tool Design Department
poise in -dealing with
people.
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ear

Shown at JWB's professional development con-
ference for military chaplains are, from left, Chaplain
Joel Schwartzman, stationed in West Germany; U.S.
Sixth Fleet Chaplain Arnold E. Resnicoff and Chap-
lain Jacob Goldstein, who served in Grenada.

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NEW YORK — Israeli
Ambassador Meir Rosenne
and author Irving Howe
will be among the speakers
who will take part in the
American Jewish Congress'
National Biennial Conven-
tion, March 25-28 at the
Hyatt Regency in Balti-
more.

The Mediterranean-Dead Sea Project

moderator

DAVE MOSKOWITZ

• Supervisor, Ford Motor Co. Scientific Research Laboratory
• Inventor of cemented titanium carbide, a widely used cutting material
• Officer of the Sholem Aleichem Institute

7:45 p.m. - Tuesday
MARCH 13, 1984

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