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December 06, 1985 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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LOCAL NEWS

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Sinai Hospital
Honors Donors

At the Sinai Hospital 33rd
annual corporate meeting, board
President, Robert Steinberg pre-
sented a plaque to Samuel and
Lillian Hechtman "to honor
their contribution to the hospi-
tal."
Their gift will be used to de-
velop the Samuel and Lillian
Hechtman Health Center. Lo-
cated on Telegraph and 13 Mile
in Bingham Farms, and slated
to open next Spring, the center
will offer primary care and
numerous
medical specialties.
N
Jerome and Dorothy Frank,
who were unable to attend the
meeting, were honored "for their
contribution to the Samuel
Frank Medical Library." The
Sinai medical staff was also rec-
ognized "for its contribution to
the library." Dr. Ronald
Trunsky, chief of staff accepted
an award on behalf of the medi-
cal staff. Together, these gifts
will be used for a major library
expansion.
Medallions were presented to
four individuals who are step-
ping down from positions of hos-
pital leadership. Maxwell Jospey
received a silver medallion to
honor his service as president of
the board from 1982 to 1984.
Bronze medallions went to
Sidney Forbes, a member of the
board since 1979; Dr. Ralph
Cash, a member of the medical
staff since 1960; and Leah
Snider, a member of the board
since 1982.
Re-elected to the board of
trustees for three-year terms
were: A Arnold Agree, Leon Co-
han, Marvin Fleischman, Mar-
vin H. Goldman, Beth Lowens-
tein and Jerry Spero.

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Karcn Roscncler

IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER
and BLOCH/ISRAEL LODGE
will have a Chanukah latke
party on Saturday at 9 p.m. at
the Southfield Civic Center.

TIKVAH LODGE will have a
Chanukah latke party Dec. 18
> at 8 p.m. at Lincoln Towers.
Singing accompanied by an ac-
cordionist will highlight the
evening. For reservations, call
Sidney Fishman, 542-2103:
Louis Barden, 968-6578; or Phil-
lip Goren, 645-0369, before Dec.
16. There is a small charge. .

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JOIN US FOR
AN UNFORGETTABLE

NEW YEARS PARTY

with the outstanding

BNAI BRITH

MORGENTHAU CHAPTER
will hold a luncheon-meeting on
Wednesday at noon at thu
Knob-in-the-Woods club house.
President Hattie Schwartz and
Program vide Presidents Helen
Braverman and Lorraine Popper
announce that the guest speaker
will be Dr. Brad Sewick,
psyhologist at Sinai Hospital's
satellite health center in West
Bloomfield, who will speak on
"How to Make the Most of a
Faltering Memory." There is a
nominal charge. For reserva-
tions by Sunday, call Annette
Furstenberg, 355-2064; Phyllis
Horovitz, 855-2041; or Ida Stein,
661-1322.

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The Staff Of

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Suitable for all occasions
Discount prices
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for a Free Gift

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Happy Holidays From

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