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February 17, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

4 Win Sinai Appointments

The Sinai Hospital of De-
troit Board of Trustees has
announced that Dr. Arnold
Axelrod has been named
vice president of medical af-
fairs. Dr. Axelrod will con-
tinue to serve as chairman
of the department of
medicine until May 1, when
the appointment becomes
Mandell
Hamburger
effective.
Alumni. Service Award by
Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire, the WSU School of Medicine
currently chief of cardiovas- Alumni Association.
cular diseases, will become
Dr. Axelrod received
the new department of his MS degree in internal
medicine chairman.
medicine and his MD de-
Effective last month were gree from the WSU
the appointments of Dr. School of Medicine. Fol-
Stuart Hamburger as lowing his internship at
chairman of the department the University of Chicago
of surgeiy and Dr. Gerald Hospitals, he completed a
Mandell, chairman of the fellowship in hematology
department of laboratory at WSU and was an
medicine.
internal medicine resi-
Dr. Axelrod will con- dent at Detroit General
tinue his consultative (Receiving) Hospital.
practice and teaching ac-
tivities, and will coordi-
In addition to holding an
nate the administration associate professorship at
of Sinai's clinical de- the WSU School of
partment, including the Medicine, Dr. Rubenfire is
internal review of resi- medical adviser for the
dency programs.
Schoolcraft Community
Currently a governor of College cardiovascular
the Michigan chapter of the technology program.
American College of Physi-
Dr. Rubenfire is a found-
cians, Dr. Axelrod, a fellow ing member of the North
of the organization, has also American Society for Pac-
served as a councillor. He is ing and Electrophysiology,
a fellow of the International and a senior fellow of the
Society of Hematology and a Society for Cardiac Angiog-
member of the American raphy. He is a fellow of the
Society of Hematology.
American College of Chest
Dr. Axelrod has done re- Physicians and the Ameri-
search and published can College of Cardiology.
He was appointed to the
numerous articles in the
field of hematology and is U.S. Senate Health Advi-
professor of internal sory Committee by Sen.
medicine at the WSU School Carl Levin.
Dr. Rubenfire com-
of Medicine. He was chosen
by the school of medicine pleted a cardiovascular
class of 1981 to receive the disease fellowship at
outstanding faculty award. Henry Ford Hospital,
and was an internal
As an expert in hematol- medicine resident at
ogy and the first physician Sinai. He received his
in Detroit to specialize in medical degree from the
blood diseases, Dr. Axelrod WSU School of Medicine.
is known as Detroit's
For several years Dr.
"Father of Hematology," Hamburger served as act-
and in 1983 was presented ing co-chairman of the de-
with the Distinguished partment of surgery. Since

JVS Honors Kalman Tillem
on Occasion of Retirement

The Jewish Vocational
Service and Community
Workshop will honor Kal-
man Tillem, senior coun-
selor with the JVS and
Jewish Educational Loan
Service coordinator, on the
occasion ofhis retirement at
a dinner 6:30 p.m. March 7
at the Standard Club North,
announces JVS President
Stephen A. Bromberg.
Tillem is retiring after 30
years of service to the JVS.
Prior to coming to the
JVS, Tillem was a research

Axelrod

Tillem
holds
a
bachelor's degree from
Brooklyn College and
from the Seminary Col-
lege of Jewish Studies of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. He
also holds a master's de-
gree in education and has
pursued graduate
studies in New York,
Washington, D.C., and in
Michigan.

Tillem has been active as
a volunteer.

For dinner information,
call Elaine Weston, 967-
0500.

Shaarey Zedek Sister-
hood will offer two educa-
tional courses beginning
March 13.
At 10 a.m. March 13, Dr.
Jonathon Fishbane will
begin a course on "Let's
Explore Eastern European
Jewry Through Its Litera-
ture."
Rabbi Irwin Groner,
Rabbi Lee S. Paskind and
Cantor Chaim Najman will
begin a class on "Pathways
Through the Sabbath Serv-
ice" at 9:30 a.m. March 15.
Knowledge of Hebrew is not
required.
Registration deadline
for the classes is March 1.
There is a charge.

For information, call
Phyllis Robinson, 355-0515;
Marilyn Rollinger, 855-
1141; Suzanne Clark, 642-
5133.

LARRY FREEDMAN

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1982, he has served as sec-
tion chief of general surgery
and director of the surgical
residency training pro-
SPRING ITEMS
gram.
ARRIVING WEEKLY
In addition to many com-
TAHARI
GOLDBERG & ASSOCIATES
mittee memberships at
HARVE BENARD
5TH STREET MARKET
Sinai, Dr. Hamburger is
GARY WORTH
currently a member of the
215 W. 5TH ST., ROYAL OAK
AND MORE!
American Thyroid Associa-
(Just off S. Washington)
tion, American Association
of Endocrine Surgeons and
Hours: M-S 10-5, Closed Sunday
A man is always nearest
the United States Chapter
FOR INFORMATION CALL: 543-0389 DAILY
to
his
good
when
at
home.
of the Societe Inter-
nationale Dr. Chirurgie. He
BETTY SHERMAN PASSED AWAY FEBRUARY 1ST
is also a diplomate of the
American Board of Surgery,
THIS IS A LETTER THAT WAS SENT AFTER HER
and a fellow of the Ameri-
DEATH FROM HER DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
can College of Surgeons.
Dear Mom,
Dr. Hamburger com-
Somehow, I hope this message finds its way to you . . . I know that some people will find it a bit
pleted his surgical training
foolish, but I know you will understand, Mom.
at Alexander Blain Hospi-
tal, which is associated with
It's been almost nine years since we found each other. I waited so long to find a Mother just like
you. Who else but you, would send me coupons every week . . . especially, coupons for the dogs
the University of Michigan.
and cats — even though you don't like dogs or cats. Who, but my special Mother, would send me
He is a graduate of Jefferson
such wonderful "care" packages, full of Pillar Rock tuna, farfel, candy, Telma cubes, towels and
Medical College in
special sponges for the kitchen. Who but my special Mom, would send me beautiful cups and
Pennsylvania. In 1956 he
saucers, wonderful knives from Israel, and a special cake cutter that you had for years.
joined Sinai's medical staff
I've always loved all those things, Mom, but the most wonderful gift of all was the love that you
as an assistant surgeon.
always have shared with me.
Dr. Mandell has served
Your package came the other day. You even separated my heart shaped cookies from all the rest. I
as acting chairman of the
won't share them with anyone — they are my special "Bubba cookies."
department of laboratory
Mom, I don't know how to go on, without you. You didn't tell meyou were going . . . you forgot to say
medicine since 1982.
good-bye. I don't think I can make the cookies last . . . or the tuna . . . but, oh, I just thought of
He is presently a member
something Mom — you left me a piece of your soul, you left me your Yusel! I'll take care of him
of the ethics committee and
Mom, just like you have always done. I'll make him good food and hold his hand, and hug him when
he
remembers you are gone.
board of trustees of the
Wayne County Medical
You are in my heart, and I hear your voice on the telephone.
Society. He also serves as
I miss you Mom, I will always hear your voice, and carry your words inside my heart.
speaker for the House of
Thank you for everything.
Delegates and chairman of
I'm glad you are now with your partner. You tried so hard after Dad went away. I know you are now
a task force on medical
together.
fraud and abuse for the
Don't worry about me, Mom, I'll be all right.
I love you,
Michigan State Medical
Kiss Dad for me, and don't forget to dress warm.
Society.
Ilene
Dr. Mandell completed
"EMOIPZI/anr■---
his anatomic and clinical
pathology residency train-
ing at WSU. He is a
graduate of WSU School of
Medicine. Dr. Mandell was
part of Sinai's first intern
staff in 1953.

--

The perfect touch.

Couple Plans
May Wedding

analyst for the U.S. Marine
Corps. Before coming to De-
troit, he organized an edu-
cational system for a Jewish
community of 200 families
in Maryland.

In Detroit, Tillem has
served on the Citizens Advi-
sory Committee for the Oak
Park Board of Education
and prepared a report on
vocational education for use
by the school system.

KALMAN TILLEM

Rubenfire

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