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May 16, 1980 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Men's Clubs

ADAT
SHALOM synagogue's United Hebrew
MEN'S CLUB will host a Schools branch will present
breakfast program 11 a.m. a musical program, "Alice
Sunday in the synagogue in Wonderland." Com-
social hall. Residents of plimentary continental
Borman Hall-Jewish Home breakfast will be served.
for Aged will be the guests
SHAAREY ZEDEK
of the men's club in coopera- MEN'S CLUB will hold its
tion with Operation Out- installation of officers 8
reach. Students in the p.m. May 25 at the
synagogue. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Selma Lerner at the
synagogue, 357-5544.
-Orchestra

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

559-0844

Quality Music
Disco Dance Instruction
Floor Show

(audience participation)

ALL IN ONE

New Member

NEW YORK — Emunah
Women of America has
joined the Conference of
Presidents of Major Jewish
Organizations.

4yit-

Friday, May 16, 1980 43

Consortium Affiliation Helps Sinai Hospital Reduce Costs

Two million dollars was
saved last year through the
efforts of the Purchasing
Consortium of Jewish Hos-
pitals which held its quar-
terly meeting at Sinai Hos-
pital of Detroit this week.
Sinai Hospital and 16
other Jewish sponsored
hospitals and medical cen-
ters throughout the country
comprise the consortium,
which currently is one of the
largest purchasing coopera-
tives in the country. The
consortium, representing a
total of more than 9,000
hospital beds, negotiates
purchases in larger quan-
tities than any of the indi-
vidual institutions could
make alone. Quantity pur-
chases drive down the cost
of goods and services for all
of the member institutions.

The financial benefits of
belonging to the consortium
will far outweigh the cost of
membership by the end of
1980. For eyery $1 Sinai in-
vested in consortium mem-
bership fees, $1,081 will
have been returned.
The consortium is di-
rected by the chief execu-
tive officers of the
member institutions and
operated by their desig-
nated purchasing execu-
tives who evaluate cost
savings on a quarterly
basis.
Participating in the con-
sortium are Albert Einstein
Medical Center, Philadel-
phia, Pa.; Beth Israel Hospi-
tal Association, Boston,
Mass.; Cedars-Sinai Medi-
cal Center, Los Angeles,

Calif.; The Jewish Hospital
of Cincinnati, Ohio; Jewish
Hospital of St. Louis, St.
Louis, Mo.; The Miriam
Hospital, Providence, R.I.;
Montefiore Hospital,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mount
Sinai Hospital, Min-
neapolis, Minn.; Mount
Sinai Hospital Medical
Center of Chicago, Ill.; The
Mount Sinai Hospital of
Cleveland, Ohio; Mount
Sinai Hospital Medical
Center, Milwaukee, Wis.;
Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter of Greater Miami,

Home for Aged Auxiliary
to Install Officers at Lunch

Miami Beach, Fla.; Mount
Zion Hospital and Medical
Center, San Francisco,
Calif.; Michael Reese Hos-
pital and Medical Center,
Chicago, Ill.; Sinai Hospital
of Baltimore, Md.; Sinai
Hospital of Detroit; and
Touro Infirmary, New Or-
leans, La.

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Preparing for the installation luncheon for the
Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary are, from left: Sha-
ron Fleischman, outgoing president; Marcia
Tanzman, newly elected president; and Sophie
LeVine, chairman of the day.

Jewish Home for Aged
Auxiliary will install Mar-
cia Tanzman as president at
its installation-luncheon
noon June 12 at Cong. Beth
Shalom.
Other officers to be in-
stalled by Past President
Estelle Galper are: Jean
Arkin, Vivian Best, Sophie
LeVine, Ann Mickel, Ros
lyn Weiner, vice presidents;
Gertrude Pretz, Elaine
Weiss, Lili Kolb, Betty
Wolfe, Isabel Berlin and
Rose Korinsky, secretaries;
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Katzman, parliamentarian;
and Sharon Fleischman,
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Chairmen are:

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There is a charge. Checks
should be made payable to
the auxiliary and sent to
Vivian Best, 22970 Valley
View, Southfield 48034; or
to Anna Mickel, 30330
Southfield, Southfield
48076.

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Esther Benson, Sayde Sherman,
Sara Berlin, Gert Bernstein,
Betty Brodsky, Irene Fink, Mari-
lyn Markel, Pearl Bez, Rose
Shore, Celia Meisner, Jean Ar-
kin, Ethel Cohen, Ann Faigin,
Elsie Katz, Phyllis Kellerman,
Geraldine Margolis, Fannie
Robinson, Rose Korinsky, Es-
telle Galper, Rochelle Barr,
Mary Tarnow, Gertrude Pretz,
Cynthia Steinberg, Karen
Singer, Esther Mendelsohn,
Ilene Nemer, Leo and Diane
Samson and Hattie Grand.

The installation will be
the occasion of the 55th an-
niversary of the auxiliary.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by- duo piano team of
Rochelle Barr and Sylvia
Barr. Mrs. LeVine is chair-
man of the day.
The auxiliary provides
the residents with trips,
transportation to cultural
programs, physical therapy,
reality orientation, friendly
visits, games, programs, the
hobby shop, "nosh nook"

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