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November 02, 1984 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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Stephen A. Bennett

Stephen A. Bennett of the
Tampa office of the Laventhol and
Horwath accounting firm, and
Norman A. Pappas of the
Enterprise Group, will be guest
speakers at a seminar sponsored
by the Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan
University to be held Monday at 8
p.m. in the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Stollman, it was an-
nounced by Jack Zwick, chairman
of Bar-Ilan's endowment and de-
ferred giving committee, and by
Donald Fox and Paul Zlotoff, gen-
eral chairmen.
There is no charge for the semi-
nar, and there will be no solicita-
tion of funds.
Bennett is director of tax serv-
ices at Laventhol and Horwath's
Tampa office. He has been cer-
tified as a tax lawyer by the
Florida Bar, is program chairman
for Florida Bar Continuing Legal
Education Seminars, is director of
the Tampa Bay Investment Coun-
cil, and is a member of both the

Florida and California Bars. He is
a former assistant professor at the
University of Florida College of
Law.
Over the past ten years Pappas
has received numerous awards for
his achievements as a life insur-
ance agent.
He established Bar-Ilan's
endowment program in Detroit in
1980, served as the university's
dinner co-chairman in 1982-1983,
and is a member of its American
Board of Overseers.
He and his wife, Susan, recently
dedicated a dormitory room, and
they co-led a United Jewish Ap-
peal mission that visited the cam-
pus in 1981.
In addition, Pappas serves on
the U.J.A.'s National Young

Norman A. Pappas

Leadership Cabinet, and is active
with the Allied Jewish Campaign,
Temple Beth El and The Anti-
Defamation League.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call the Bar-Ilan office, 398-
7180.

Sinai forum concentrates
on parents and infants at risk

Sinai Hospital of Detroit's Pre-
ventive Intervention Research
Center (PIRC) is offering a one-
day program for health care pro-
fessionals to help them identify
and assess parents and infants at
high risk for psychological and
physical problems and to compare
the effectiveness of various inter-
vention techniques.
It will be held from 8:15 a.m. to
5 p.m. Nov. 9 at Wayne State Uni-
versity's McGregor Memorial
Conference Center, 495 W. Ferry
Mall, Detroit.
Dr. Norman Rosenzweig,
chairman of the Sinai's depart-
ment of psychiatry, will introduce
and chair the program, organized
by co-directors Dr. Charles A.
Burch, director of Social Work in
Sinai's department of psychiatry,
and Dr. Linda S. Hotchkiss, assis-
tant to the chairman, of Sinai's
department of psychiatry.
Faculty includes Dr. Joy
Osofsky, research and staff psy-
chologist with the Menninger
Foundation of Topeka; Dr. Robert
Nover, research psychiatrist at
the Clinical Infant Research Unit
of the National Institute of Men-
tal Health; Dr. Virginia Seitz,
professor of psychology and re-
search scientist at Yale Child
Study Center;. Dr. Donald Silver,
attending psychiatrist and

member of Sinai's clinical faculty;
and Dr. B. Kay Campbell, clinical
psychologist and past president of
the International Association for
Infant Mental Health.
Dr. Ralph Cash, chairman of
the Sinai's pediatrics department,
and Dr. Rajendra Desai, director
of neonatology at Sinai, along
with Dr. Mary J. Kokosky, Oak-
wood Hospital's director of
neonatology, will serve as
panelists during the discussion-
and-answer periods following the
lectures.
The fully-accredited program's
registration fee includes the cost
of the luncheon, refreshments,
conference materials, and park-
ing.
For information, call Sinai's
PIRC office, 493-6204, on any
weekday afternoon.

Discussing 'Heritage'
at library program

The Farmington Hills Library
will offer a brown bag lunch/
discussion program to culminate
the nine-part PBS Channel 56
series, Heritage: Civilization and
the Jews, Nov. 20, 12 noon. Coffee
and tea will be provided. Regis-
tration is limited. To register, call
the library, 553-0300.

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