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December 29, 1989 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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Ask Any Other Michigan
Hospital For A Latke
And See What You Get.

At most hospitals, "latke" simply isn't in the vocabulary. Much less in the kitchens. Yet, traditional foods and
practices are an important part of Jewish life. That's why they're also an important part of life at Sinai.
We do all we can to help you feel at home over the holidays. By preparing food glat kosher on the premises.
By providing shabbos, prayer books, dreidlach, and other ingredients important to observing tradition. We also
make our lobbies freilech by hanging art work crafted by Hillel Day School students.
Sinai also holds one of the best reputations in the state for quality health care. Which means now you can
choose a hospital that not only takes care of your body, but also looks out for your soul. Happy Chanukah.
For referral to a Sinai physician, call 1-800-248-3627.

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Sinai Health Care System
6767 West Outer Drive
Detroit, MI 48235
493-6800

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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