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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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4$ Friday, October 2, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Joseph Honet Is Toastmaster
of Sinai Hospital Maimonides Event

Dr. Joseph C. Honet,
chairman of the Depart-
ment of Rehabilitation
Medicine at Sinai Hospital
of Detroit, has accepted the
role of toastmaster of the
Sinai Hospital Maimonides
Award Dinner - Dance
scheduled for Nov. 4 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Zedek.
Dr. Howard Jacobs, hos-
pital chief of staff, said the
annual event on behalf of
Israel Bonds will honor
Dr.Maurice Tatelman,
chairman of the Depart-
ment of Radiology.

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can Association of Elec-
tromyography and Elec-
trodiagnosis and is im-
mediate past president of
the American Academy
of Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation.
For Maimonides Award
Dinner reservations, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.

Conrad to Join
Talk on Disabled

DR. JOSEPH HONET

Dr. Honet was educated

at Union College, Schenec-
tady, N.Y., Albany Medical
College and the University
of Minnesota. He interned
and later was assistant
resident in Internaal
Medicine at Albany Hospi-
tal, Albany, N.Y. He also
served as assistant resident
in Internal Medicine at the
Veteran's Administration
Hospital in Albany. He
completed his training in
Physical Medicine and Re-
habilitation at the Mayo
Clinic in 1962.
With the rank of Lt.

Commander, Dr. Honet
served as chief of the

Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation' Depart-
ment, U.S. Naval Hospi-
tal, Oakland, Calif.
After military service, he
was appointed to the staffs
of the University, Veteran's
Administration, and King
County hospitals, all in
Seattle.
He has held his present
post of department chair-
man at Sinai since 1967 and
is also on the attending
staffs of Detroit's Rehabili-
tation Institute, Mt. Carmel
Mercy Hospital, and Grace
Hospital.
For more than 20 years
Dr. Honet has held teaching
positions at Wayne State
University School of
Medicine and Department
of Speech Communication
and Theatre, and at Mercy
College.
He is a former
president of the Ameri-

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Rabbi Ernst Conrad,
chairman of the Rabbinical
Commission of the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, will par
ticipate in an "Interfaith
Celebration With the
Handicapped" 3 p.m. Oct. 11
in the Blessed Sacrament
Cathedral, Detroit.
The ecumenical service
has been organized by
representatives of the
region's major faiths to
highlight the International
Year of Disabled Persons by
raising the issues of physi-
cally, mentally and emo-
tionally handicapped per-
sons sharing in worship. A
hearing impaired children's
choir will be featured.
Rabbi Conrad, who is
the spiritual leader of
Temple Hot Arai in West
Bloomfield, will present

an opening message
entitled "Earthen Ves-
The Roman
sels."

Catholic Archbishop of
Detroit, Edmund Szoka,
will welcome all partici-
pants.
Planning the celebration
with Rabbi Conrad, are:
Rev. Gary Bueche, director
of the pastoral ministry to
the handicapped for the Ar-
chdiocese; The Rt. Rev. H.
Irving Mayson, Suffragan
Bishop of the Episcopal Dio-
cese of Michigan; and the
Rev. Edward Willingham,
Jr., executive director of the
Christian Communication
Council.

*omen' s C l ubs )

BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will have an

oneg Shabat for members
only 2 p.m. Oct. 17 in the
home of Jeannette Sklar-
chyk, 21640 Meadowlane,
Beverly Hills. Harriet Sar-
noff Schiff, author of "The
Bereaved Parent" and
"Well Spring," will speak.
For required reservations,
call Freda Mendelson, 352-
8037.

illustrated program will
focus on "The Role of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion." Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.

• • •

ZEDAKAH CLUB will
meet 10:30 a.m. Monday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Hostesses
will be Nettie Deutch and
Deena Fishman. Final re-
ports on the donor luncheon
will be read. Plans for the
Nov. 2 installation will be
finalized.
• • •

PRIMROSE BENEV-
OLENT CLUB will meet 8
p.m. Monday in the Zionist
Cultural Center. President
Irene Rodman will hear re-
ports on the forthcoming
donor luncheon to be held
noon Nov. 3 at Cong. Beth
Achim. For reservations,
call Florence Verona, 357-
1952; or Sarah Bloom, 357-
4085.

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