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April 21, 1978 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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12 Friday, April 21, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Sinai Guild Serves Hospital and Community

The Sinai Hospital Guild
is marking its 25th an-
- niversary of service to the
hospital and community by
expanding its innovative
community outreach pro-
grams while preserving its
traditional volunteer serv-
ices. Sinai Hospital is a
member agency of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
supported by the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund.
"With the growth of the
programs there is a need for
more volunteers to staff
both new and existing areas
of service," said -Guild
President Jane Blumberg.
"There is a lot of satis-
faction and personal re-
ward to be gotten from
volunteer work. The re-
ward is different for each
volunteer and there are
enough outlets for each
volunteer to satisfy him
or herself," she said.
'The Guild's nearly 500
active volunteers serve in
40 areas of the hospital and
in outreach programs. Vol-
unteers are desperately
needed in some of the more
traditional services, includ-
ing the Gift Shop, the family
waiting room, the doctors'
snack bar and the gift and
book carts.
Some of the Guild's new
programs, such as "Lan-
guage Interpretation to
Patients" (LIP), "Service
With Love" and "Psychiat-
ric Aftercare Activities"
may interest volunteers
with knowledge of a foriegn
language or an interest in
senior citizens or mental
health.
"These three programs,
for instance, reflect our role
in the changing world,"
Mrs. Blumberg explained.
"They demonstrate that the
hospital is no longer a self-
contained unit' providing
only acute inpatient care,
but is an institution respon-
sible for total community
health needs."
LIP is a service pro-
vided for patients who do
not speak English or who
are hearing-impared. A
volunteer translator is
the communication
bridge between the
patient and hospital staff.
"Service With Love" is a
volunteer community out-
reach program which as-
sists the lonely or handi-
capped aged by providing
daily telephone contact
with any senior citizen who
requests the service.
The "Aftercare" program
is one designed to help
former psychiatric patients
function more fully and
with greater independence
in the community through
social activities.
"There are just a few of
the ways volunteers can
help. There are many
more," Mrs. Blumberg
stated. "Every talent can be
utilized. If a volunteer has a
particular talent, such as
writing, we will create a
special assignment for him
or her."
Opportunities for serv-
ice exist during the day,
in the evening and on
weekends. Evening and

Endowment Fund, part of

the United Jewish
Charities Medical Endow-
ment Fund. Proceeds from
the Gift Shop sales, how-
ever, will be donated to the
hospital's Department of
Research, as in the past.
Further information
about the Guild programs
can be obtained by calling
the Guild Office at Sinai
Hospital, 493 - 5300.

Volunteers Joe and Elaine Metzger, at right, spend
several hours a week working as a team in the Sinai
Guild's Gift Shop.

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Harry Saxe, right, is a volunteer in the Sinai Guild's
"Language Interpretation for Patients" program.

weekend hours are ideal
for working men and
women as well as for
married couples who
wish to serve as a team.
"Age is not a barrier,"
Mrs. Blumberg emphasized.
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Reagan Hits U.S.
Mideast Policy

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Former California Gover-
nor Ronald Reagan sharply
criticized Administration
policy on the Middle East at
a Chicago dinner on behalf
of Israel Bonds. The dinner
honored Futures Exchange
industry leader Lee B. Stern
and resulted in $2,000,000
in Bond sales.
Reagan took the Carter
Administration to account
for terming Israel's settle-
ments on the West Bank it
legal, for inviting the Soviet
Union into the Middle East
discussions, and for placing
the burden on Israel for set-
ling up a Palestinian home-
land.
On the last score, he
stated: "Since Jordan con-
tains 80 percent of the terri-
tory that constituted Pales-
tine after World War I,
while Israel encompasses
only 20 percent, the Carter
Administration is wrong in
attempting to make Israel
solely responsible for set-
ting up a"Palestinian home-
land."
Meanwhile, Sen. Jacob
Javitz (R-NY) told the Se-
nate last week that the Car-
ter Administration must
urge the Arab nations to
stand up to the Palestine
Liberation organization,
"the single greatest obsta-
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fact, many of our teen vol-
unteers enter the medical
field after their hospital ex-
perience."
Mrs. Blumberg explained
that the funds generated by
the Guild have been con-
tributed to the hospital to
support the purchase of
supplies and equipment.
This year, in commemora-
tion of the Silver Anniver-
sary of the Guild and the
hospital, the Guild has be-
come an active fund-raising
organization through its
initial contribution of
$200,000 to establish the
Sinai Hospital Guild

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