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November 07, 1986 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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READING/MATH INSTRUCTION

plus other subjects

Liver Transplant
Patients Suffer
Setbacks

Jerusalem (JTA) — "Some
slight stability" was reported
° last Sunday in the conditions
of Israel's first two liver
transplant patients fighting
for their lives at Rambam
Hospital in Haifa. Both suf-
fered setbacks and had to
undergo additional surgery to
stop internal hemorrhaging.
Mira Schichmanter, a
40-year-old mother of two
from Kfar Saba. underwent
the first liver transplant
operation on October 22 and
appeared to be making
satisfactory 'progress until
she required emergency
surgery. Hospital sources said
that she is "holding her own.'•
Eliahu Schreier, 59. from
Moshav Shoresh near Jeru-
salem. was operated on twice
in less than 24 hours. His
:pulse and blood pressure were
reported stable.
Meanwhile, the religious
controversy over liver trans-
plants took a new turn when
former Ashkenazic Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren main-
tained they are not only per-
missable under religious law
but constituted a mitzva.
Goren. in an article pub-
lished in The Jerusalem Post.
took issue with the incum-
bent Chief Rabbis. Mordechai
Eliahu Sephardic ► and
Avraham Shapiro (Ashken-
__azic) who oppose organ
'transplants on halachic
grounds. He disclosed that a
Health Ministry official con-
. sulted with him several hours
before Schichmanter's trans-
plant operation and he ex-
plained his halachic ap•

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Movement
Joins Crusade
Against Drugs

New York (JTA)— The
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica (USA). the congregational
branch of Conservative Juda-
ism, last week joined the na-
tional crusade against drug
abuse and alcoholism.
Franklin Kreutzer. 46. in-
ternational president of the
two million-member USA.
called on all Conservative in-
stitutions and on the Ortho-
dox. Reform and Reconstruc-
tionist synagogue move-
ments to admit that the prob-
lem of drug abuse and alco-
holism exists among Jews
and to "open the synagogue
to appropriate, recognized
forms of counseling and
information-sharing ses-
sions:
He attended President
Reagan's ceremonial signing
of the 1986 drug bill. Reagan
said the bill, enacted by both
Houses of Congress. "marks
a victory in our crusade
against drugs.-

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