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At Sinai Hospital
Sinai Hospital of Detroit's an-
nual Arthritis Town Hall Series
will begin Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
in Sinai's Zuckerman Au-
Dr. Samuel Indenbaum will
discuss the purpose of the Town
Hall Series and give an overview
of arthritis — how it develops, its
many forms, and recent research.
Dr. Allan M. Smiley and Dr.
Richard Krugel will speak on
medical and surgical approaches
used in the treatment of the dis-
On May 22, the difference be-
tween good treatment and quack
remedies will be discussed by Dr.
Jerome Rosenthal, Sinai dietitian
Wilda McMurry will address how
diet and nutrition can help per-
sons cope with arthritis.
On May 29, Denise McDonald,
director of Sinai's Medic41 Social
Work Department, will talk on
how arthritis, a chronic illness, af-
fects family relationships, and
how coping strategies which in-
clude the family are essential in
the treatment of arthritis.
_ On June 5, Karen Lewis, physi-
cal therapist, and Pat Gerisch, oc-
cupational therapy assistant, will
show what physical and occupa-
tional therapy can do for arthritis
All programs are free and open
to -the public. Free, lighted park-
ing is available in the Shapero
For information, call Sinai
Of Israel Discussed
The Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies and the
Metro Detroit District of the
Zionist Organization of America
will sponsor a lecture at 7:30 p.m.
May 21 at North Congregational
Church, 26275 Northwestern
Hwy., Southfield. Admission is
free to the public.
Rev. Isaac C. Rottenberg,
executive director of the National
Christian Leadership. Conference
for Israel since 1978, will speak on
"Christian Views of Israel: Is
After World War II, Rev. Rot-
tenberg studied law at the Uni-
versity of Leiden and later re-
ceived his degree in theology from
New Brunswick Theological Sem-
inary. Years of experience in
Christian-Jewish dialogue led
Rev. Rottenberg to an increas-
ingly activist role in matters per-
taining to the State of Israel and,
at times, to public disputes with
other Protestants and ecumenical
leaders concerning biased pro-
nouncements on the Middle East
Some of the co-sponsoring
organizations of the lecture in-
clude the Anti-Defamation
League, B'nai B'rith Metropolitan
Detroit Council -(Men and
Women), Cong. Saarey Zedek, the
Greater Detroit Round Table of
the National Conference of Chris-
tian-s and Jews, and the Jewish
Community Council of Metropoli-
For information, call the Ecu-
menical Institute for Jewish-
Christian Studies, 353-2434.
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1985 9 a.m. 'tll 5 p.m.
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