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May 20, 1988 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Early Deadlines

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Jewish News will
have early advertising
deadlines for the issue of
June 3. The deadline
will be 4:30 Friday, May
27.

sion with a dilemma.
"This problem is going to
continue to grow as our
population grows older. And it
affects other agencies as well,
such as the Catholics and the
Lutherans who run homes for
the aged.
"We had been expecting to
hold even," Gordon said, who
blamed Michigan for being
one of the lowest Medicaid
reimbursement states in the
nation.
"In most other states,
homes for the aged are no pro-
blem at all," Gordon said.
"Maybe we should move to
Toledo where Medicaid pays
$60 per day. This is a severe
situation.
"Money for the elderly,"
Gordon said, "just does not
seem to be a priority for the
State of Michigan for some
reason or other."

Adat Shalom Memorial Park

will be closed
in observance of SHAVUOTH
SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1988
MONDAY, MAY 23, 1988

Classified advertising
deadlines will not be
changed.

[Don't be a,
I heartbreake
r

Located at 28500 West Six Mile Road in
Livonia between Inkster and Middlebelt Roads
Adat Shalom's Memorial Park provides traditional
interment, a private chapel and perpetual care.

Anyone interested in obtaining information regarding plot
availability may call Max Goldsmith at 851 2270 9.
Jack Rubin, Chairman

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Sinai

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Sinai Hospital opened at its
West Outer Drive site in 1953
in an area then heavily
populated by Jewish families.
The corporation formed in the
early 1960s at the same time
Jews started moving to the
northwest suburbs.
Hospital officials said they
will move offices to Southfield
as part of a long-term plan to
service Sinai's suburban
client base.
The corporation now
operates The Louis and Vi-
vian Berry Health Center, an
outpatient surgery facility in
Farmington Hills; The
Nathan I. and Betty Goldin
Health Care Center, a
rehabilitation and psychiatric
clinic in West Bloomfield; and
The Samuel and Lillian
Hechtman Health Care
Center in Bingham Farms,
where numerous Sinai staff
physicians have offices. All
three centers house private
doctor's offices.
Neumann/Smith and
Associates of Southfield
designed Sinai's newest com-
plex, to be a two-story state-
of-the-art facility. View of the
construction will be blocked
by a 56 ft. by 8 ft. painting by
artist Beverly Neumann,
which will be placed on a wall
along Northwestern Highway
until the project is complete.
The internists who will join
Sinai's network are Drs.
Harold Rodner, Arthur Klass,
Sharon Wolf, Leslie Mandel,
Eulogio Caoili, Eduardo Gar-
cia, Robert Dale, Jeffrey Meer,
Virender Mendiratta, Gerald
Levinson, David Jacobs, Eric
Zonder, Gary Yashinsky,
Mark Bernstein and Sheldon
Stoffer.

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