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December 11, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

/

Activities
in Society

Edith Partrich

Invites You To

Greater Detroit Sec-
tion, National Council of
Jewish Women, delegates to
the 1981 Joint Program In-
stitute in Washington, D.C.,
were: Carol Coden, Ellen
Labes, Marlene Schwartz,
President Sondra Nathan,
Carol Bloom, Hermine
Silver, Jessie Stern, Bar-
bara Grant, Joyce Sosin,
Susan Miller, Hillary Gits-
tein and State Public Af-
fairs Chairman Claudia
Gold.

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Lillian Maltzer of Hun-
tington Woods, president of
the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods,
chaired the five-day NFTS
convention in Boston,
Mass., last week. The con-
vention was held concur-
rently with the Union of
American Hebrew- Congre-
gations' convention, at
which the first Rabbi Leon
Fram Lecture, endowed by
Rabbi Fram of Temple Is-
rael, in honor of his 85th
birthday, was delivered by
U.S. Ambassador to Israel
Samuel Lewis. '

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Friday, December 11, 1981

Shapiro Addresses Sinai
Meeting; Donors Are Cited

Dr. Harold T. Shapiro,
president of the University
of Michigan, delivered the
third annual Esther B. Mel-
len Memorial Lecture at the
annual meeting of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit. Irving
A. Shapiro, Sinai's execu-
tive vice president, also
, de-
livered a talk.
Other highlights of the
1981 annual meeting in-
cluded the recognition of
several individuals who
have made contributions to
the hospital's programs.
Dr. Julien Priver, Sinai's
first executive vice presi-
dent, was honored with the
unveiling of his portrait
slated to hang in the Outer
Drive Lobby named in his
honor. Dr. Priver retired in
1979.
Louis C. Blumberg, a
Sinai trustee, was hon-
ored for a generous gift"
by dedication of the
north tower as the Louis
C. and Edith B. Blumberg
Wing. - Blumberg has
made contributions to-
ward the construction of
the Louis C. and Edith B.
Blumberg Professional
Building.

Nathan I. Goldin was rec-
ognized for a contribution
which will be used to help
build the Nathan and Betty
Goldin Ambulatory Care
Center in a suburban loca-
tion.
Ruth Shapero was pre-
sented with a plaque com-
memorating the 25th an-
niversary of Sinai's Shapero
School of Nursing. In 1955,
the Nate S. and Ruth B.
Shapero Foundation and
the Cunningham Drug. Co.
Foundation committed
funds toward the estab-
lishment of the school of
nursing.
Pola Friedman, president
of the Sinai Hospital Guild,
announced that the Arch of
Friends Endowment Fund
has grown to $490,000. The
goal of this program is to
raise $1 million for Sinai's
Cardiovascular Care Prog-
ram.
Six persons were re-
elected to three-year terms
on the hospital's board of
trustees. They are: J.
Richard Cooper, Erwin S.
Simon, Richard Sloan,
Robert A. Steinberg, Har-
vey Willens and Paul Zuc-
kerman.

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