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October 14, 1988 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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Fred Friendly
At HMC Dinner

TV journalist andconcen-
tration camp liberator Fred
W. Friendly will be the guest
speaker at the Holocaust
Memorial Center's fourth an-
niversary dinner on Nov. 6 at
5:30 p.m. in the Renaissance
Ballroom at the Westin Hotel.
More than 40 years ago,
Friendly promised Mauthau-
sen's prisoners and himself
that for the rest of his life, he
would bear witness to the
wholesale death he en-
countered there.
Following his discharge
from the service, Friendly was
the producer of documen-
taries and other news-
oriented programs on NBC
and in 1948, he produced the
first of six "I Can Hear It
Now" record albums for Col-
umbia Records. He then
became executive producer of
CBS News' "See It Now" with
Edward R. Murrow and was
the originator and executive
producer of "CBS Reports"
from 1950 to 1966. Addi-
tionally, from 1964 to 1966 he
was president of CBS News.

Leslie Lafer, D.O., an obstetrician /gynecologist on the Sinai Medical Staff

Is Your Doctor a Sinai Doctor?

Not all Sinai doctors are Jewish. But
they've all got seychel, and they know
how to treat you like a mensch.
It's not easy to join the Sinai Medical
Staff. Applicants have to complete an
accredited residency program in a med-
ical specialty. They're expected to be cer-
tified by the national examining board in
that specialty. Their credentials are scru-
tinized by other physicians in their own
and related fields before they are rec-
ommended for appointment by the Board
of Trustees.

1-800-248-DOGS (1-800-248-3627)

Fred W. Friendly

The theme of this year's
HMC anniversary dinner is
"A Special Tribute to the
Holocaust Survivors." Susan
Vigorito, the youngest sur-
vivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau,
will be among the special
guests.
Mrs. Heiltje Koositra Bos of
Utrecht, Holland, who
together with her husband,
but unknown to her children,
hid eight Jews for three years,
will receive the
Righteousness Award. Her
daughter, Mrs. Anneke
Burke, son-in-law and grand-
children of Mayville, Mich.,
will also be present.
Leslie Rose is dinner chair-
man and Jack A. Robinson
serves as chairman of the
Patron Committee. For infor-
mation or reservations, con-
tact the HMC, 661-0840.

More than 300 members of Sinai's
Medical Staff are on the faculty of the
medical schools at Wayne State Univer-
sity or the University of Michigan or the
dental school at the University of Detroit.
We at Sinai get a lot of naches from
our medical staff. If your doctor is not a
member of the Sinai Hospital medical
staff, ask yourself one question—and ask
your doctor, too: WHY NOT?
If you don't have a doctor, or are look-
ing for a specialist, call our Physician
Referral Service. We'll be happy to make
a shidduch.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 23

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