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October 10, 1980 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, October 10, 1E0

Sinai Hospital Bond Event
Will Honor Dr. Eli Brown

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Physicians of Sinai Hos-
pital and their associates
will sponsor a tribute
dinner on behalf of State of
Israel Bonds 6 p.m. Nov. 18
at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
announced Dr. Howard
Jacobs, hospital chief of
staff.
Honored at the dinner
will be Dr. Eli M. Brown,
chairman of the Depart-
ment of Anesthesiology at
Sinai Hospital since 1954,
and professor and chairman
of Anesthesiology at Wayne
State University School of
Medicine.
Dr. Brown, a native of
Baltimore, will be the reci-
pient of Israel's Maimonides
Award "in recognition of his
outstanding contributions
to the cause of
humanitarianism."
"Dr. Brown has not only
excelled professionally but
has also taken an active
interest in and a strong
commitment to the state. of
Israel. He represents the
ideal professional indivi-.
dual to be honored by Israel
and his dedication more
than qualifies him as the re-
cipient of this tribute," said
Dr. Hershel Sandberg, chief
of the Department of
Endocrinology at Sinai and
chirman of the Israel Bonds
Medical Physicians Di-
vision.
The honoree-elect is a
graduate of the Univer-
sity of Maryland and its
School of Medicine. He is
a member of the Phi
Kappa Phi Honorary
Fraternity. He interned
at Jewish Hospital • of
Brooklyn and served his
residency in anesthesiol-
ogy at that hospital and

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DR. ELI BROWN

at the Valley Forge Gen-
eral Hospital in Pennsyl-
vania. He is a diplomate
of the American Board of
Anesthesiology and fel-
low of the American Col-
lege of Anesthesiologists.
Dr. Brown saw military
service in the U.S. Army
from 1943-1946 and from
1948-1951, attaining the
rank of major.
His professional ap-
pointments include:
president-elect, American
Society of Anesthesiologists
and that organization's
Michigan delegate to the
World Federation Society of
Anesthesiologists; former
chairman of the Board of
Governors, American Col-
lege of Anesthesiologists;
and former president of both
the Michigan and Wayne
County Society of Anes-
thesiologists.
Dr. Brown has been the
recipient of the "Out-
standing Clinical Faculty
Award" from the Wayne
State Sch-ool of Medicine
and a "Special Award"
from the Michigan Hospi-
tal Association.
He has been associated
with the Wayne State Uni-
versity School of Medicine
since 1957. In addition to
his professorial and Sinai
Hospital roles, he is a con-
sultant for veterans, Hutzel
and Harper hospitals. Dr.
Brown is the author of more
than 30 medical publica-
tions.

Epstein Talk
at Mini-Mester

Jean Epstein, director of
resident services at the
Jewish Home for Aged, will
present a talk on "Coping
with Aging," 11 a.m.
Thursday at United Hebrew
Schools. Ms. Epstein is the
second lecturer in the
Midrasha-Hadassah
Mini-mester series.
Classes precede and fol-
low the lecture. A kosher
lunch is served at noon.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Mid-
rasha, 352-7117 or 354-
1050; or Hadassah, 357-
2920.

Bertha Golden
Celebrates 80th

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honored Oct. 19 at a cocktail
party given by her children
on the occasion of her 80th
birthday.
Her children are Harold,
Sanford Ellis, Marvin and
Margie Golden.

Singles Events

THE JEWISH SING- the Morris Branch of the
LES announce that today is Center at 8 p.m.
the last day for making
For details, call Phil Fa-
reservations for the night at bian, 967-4100; Marge Tho-
the races to be held Oct. 18 ryn, 399-266-5; or Gerrie
at Detroit Race Course. Feingold, 968-8853.
Checks should be made
payable to MJYAC-Jewish
Singles and brought to the Information
Morris Branch of the Cen-
Sought on
ter.
The group will go to the Ex-Detroiter
Franklin Cider Mill Satur-
Information about form
day, meeting 3:30 p.m. at
Detroiter Mattie Breitt.
the Morris Branch of the bath Lichtenstein, who in
Center.
1931 lived in Indianapolis,
Volleyball is held 8:30 Ind., is being sought for a
p.m. Mondays at the Morris
project on the
Branch at a nominal research
Frederick Warde Dramatic
charge. A coffee klatch pre:
Club.
cedes at 7:30.
The research is being
For information, call
Allan Gale, 542-2762; Les conducted by the Jewish
Historical Society of Michi-
Weitman, 356-8654; War- gan. Persons with informa-
ren Abrahams, 353-7826;
Anne Israelowitz, 967-4165; tion should call Devera
Stodker, 541-4526.
or Sue Katz, 532-6505.

* * *

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hear Mer Eisenberg speak
on "Mysteries of the Mind" 8
p.m. Sunday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. A social
hour will follow. There is a
charge.
The group holds regular
meetings• on the second and
fourth Sundays of the
month and open board
meetings are held the first
Monday of each month at

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