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February 17, 1995 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-17

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GRACE HOSPITAL
Covering an Entire Community

Although the Vaad officially
Ms. Jackson said, however,
stopped supervising the kitchens that she has no plans to discon-
on Feb. 1, Rabbi Moshe Polter tinue kosher meals, provided by
continues to serve as mashgiach. HDS Services. Menorah House
He maintains staggered hours, and Jewish Home for Aged affil-
but sees that all deliveries to the iate Prentis Manor also use this
home are kosher and that the company.
meat and dairy kitchens remain
Says Rabbi Polter: "I think we
separate.
should keep it kosher to the best
"We can't prohibit residents, ability that we can. For the Vaad
Jewish and non-Jewish, from to give its approval is more diffi-
bringing food in from the outside," cult." El
says Mary Lee Jackson, home ad-
ministrator.

Grace Hospital
is pleased to
introduce
Max Cohen, MD,
to our community.

As Chief of Surgery Max M. Cohen, MD, brings more than
22 years of surgical practice experience to Grace Hospital.
Dr. Cohen's patients benefit from this experience and his
extensive teaching and clinical research background.
In addition to his duties as chief, he is also a professor of
surOry at Wayne State University School of Medicine.

Dr. Cohen specializes in gastrointestinal and biliary
surgery and has a special interest in laparoscopic surgery.
He is accepting patients by phySician referral at:

Joel Tauber, president of the United Jewish Appeal, and Richard Pearlstone,
UJA's National Chairman, with Prince Talal Bin Muhammad, the personal
representative of King Hussein of Jordan, and his wife Princess Ghida, at the
UJA's Prime Minister's Council Third Annual Gathering in Palm Beach, Fla.

Beth Achim Hosts
Supper Series

The Cultural Commission of
Congregation Beth Achim will
host the second of the Supper
Series on Sunday, Feb. 26, at
6 p.m. at the home of Dr.
Michael and Gail Gellis.
This series is designed to
get acquainted over dinner fol-
lowed by an informal study
session which will be led by
Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz. The
topic for this gathering will be
"Song of Songs, Love and
Sexuality in the Jewish
Tradition" Part
There is a charge. To
attend, respond to the syna-
gogue by Tuesday, Feb. 21,
352-8670.

Fund-Raising
Dinner Set

The sixth annual B'nai Israel
Beth Yehudah fund-raising
dinner will be held Sunday,
Feb. 19, at the congregation.
Cocktails will be at 6 p.m.;
dinner at 7 p.m.
Mr. David J. Wayntraub
will be honored. Musical
entertainment will by Manny
Mittelman.
The guest speaker will be
Chaim Dovid Zwiebel. Mr.

Lahser Center
27207 Lahser, Suite 104
Southfield, MI
810-357-4381

Zwiebel has served as a
prominent advocate for
Orthodox Jewish interests on
the national scene for the last
10 years in his capacity as
director of government affairs
and general counsel of Agudas
Israel of America.
For reservations, call Mrs.
S. Shoenig, 967-3189.

Travel Film
At Parks And Rec

The Cultural Arts Division of
Southfield's Parks and Recre-
ation Department will show
North to the Top of the World, a
film by John Wilson, as the Feb-
ruary installment in the World
Travel & Adventure Series on
Friday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. The
film will be shown in the City
Council Chambers, located at
26000 Evergreen Road. This is
charge. For information call the
Mary Thompson Cultural Cen-
ter at (810) 354-4717.

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Hospital

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