The twentieth anniversary of the founding of Beth Moses Hospital, Hart street and Stuyvesant avenue, Brooklyn, will be observed with a dinner at the Hotel St. George, February 17, it was announced yesterday by Morris Walzer, president of the institution.
Several hundred leaders in Brooklyn philanthropic and communal life are expected to attend. Mr. Walzer is chairman of the dinner committee. Honorary chairmen are Justices Mitchell May and Edward Lazansky, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive director of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, and Samuel Salzman, former president of the Federation.
Beth Moses Hospital was founded in 1914 as a non-sectarian institution. It is regarded as the foremost hospital in the Williamsburg section. Last year 5,000 patients received attention.