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December 19, 1969 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-19

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Assembly
Called for Jan. 7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Delegate
28—hiday, December 19. 1969

Sinai fie-Etects

Garrett President

MORRIS GARVETT

Morris Garvett was re-elected
president of Sinai Hospital of De-
troit at Monday night's meeting of
the hospital's board of trustees.
Seven other officers were elected
or re-elected for one year terms.
Elected a vice president was
Milton M. Macklin, formerly assist-
ant secretary to the board, and
elected to succeed Maddin in that
position was hoard member Mal-
colm Lowenstein.
Re-elected were Charles N.
Agree. vice president: Leonard N.
Simons, vice president: Irwin I.
Cohn. secretary: Abe ShitIman.
treasurer: and Harry C. Schafer,
assistant treasurer.

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The midwinter session of the
Jewish Community Council's Dele-
gate Assembly will convene 8:30
p.m. .tan. 7 at the Jewish Center.
Judge Lawrence OuboW, pres i-
dent of the Council, announced
that the program portion of the
assembly will examine - Dissent -
-from the viewpoint of its role
within the Jewish tradition and its
role on the political scene. Rabbi
Jacob Sega! and State Senator
Levin will he guest speakers.

Other matters on the assembly
agenda include a proposal for a
change in the Council constitu-
tion, dealing With ballot designa-
tions for nominees to Council of-
fice and positions on the executive
committee, and a. report on re-
cent activities by Council Execu-
tive Director Walter E. Klein.
Hostesses for the social hour
following the program are mem-
bers of Adas Shalom Sisterhood.

Young Adults to Hold
Sunday Morning Brunch

The Young Adult Planning Com-
mittee of the Jewish Center is
sponsoring a brunch 11 a.m. Dec.
28 at the Jewish Center.

The program is open to all young
adults age 18-30.
Registration will be accepted
through Wednesday. For informa-
tion, contact Allen Glinter, 272-
4418. or the group services division.
DI 1-4200.

Singles Plan Weekend

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at the home of Rabbi Raymond
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officiated.
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PHOTOGRAPHY

The Single Adults of the Jewish
Center are taking reservations for
Sinai Names Coordinator a weekend at Camp Tamarack
9-11. There will be ice skat-
for Continued Care Center Jan.
ing. skiing, tobogganing, wiener
Mrs. Ruth C. Drummond has roast, music and dancing. Regis-
been named patient care coordina- tration deadline is Dec. 26.
tor for the new Zivian Center for
There will be an orientation
Continued Care at Sinai Hospital meeting for all who plan to attend
of Detroit. it was announced by the Tamarack weekend 8:30 p.m. ' Henny Youngman will be guest
Dr. Julien Priver, executive vice Dec. 30 at the Center. star at the second annual Alpha
president.
Omega Dental Fraternity dinner-
Mrs. Drummond,`-' a native of
dance 8 p.m. Saturday in the Ver-
New Douglas. 111. , received her `Brothers of Peace" Call sailles: Ballroom of the Pontchar-
education at Blackburn Junior Col-
Hotel, it was announced by
for Some New Brothers train
lege in Carlinville. Ill. and the Uni-
Dr. Norman Segal. president of
versity of Pittsburgh where she The new fraternity. Shalom the fraternity's Detroit chapter.
was graduated with a BS degree in Acheim (Brothers of Peace). Sig-
Menachem Sadinsky, who led
nursing. ma Alpha Chapter, invites all Jew. the first unit to enter Jericho in
Mrs. Drummond was a clinical ish men, age 21-25. to apply fot
the Six-Day War, will be guest
instructor at the University of membership.
speaker at the affair on behalf
Pittsburgh and a nurse in Toledo,
For information, send name, ad- of Israel Bonds.
Dayton, Fort Wayne, Ind., and dress and phone number to Harold
Dr. Sheldon Mintz will be toast-
Detroit.
Zeiger, president, 19373 San Juan. master. Eric Rosenow and his
The 99-bed Zivian Center for
Detroit, 48221, or Walter Rosen- Continentals will play for dancing.
Continued Care, which opened
blum, vice-president, 19429 Rob- Cocktail reception at 7 p.m. will
Dec. 3, was designed for short-
son, Detroit, 48235.
precede the dinner-dance.
term convalescent patients who
need only minimal nursing care.
A man's growth is seen in the
As patient care coordinator. Mrs. College Reunion
successive choirs of his friends.—
Cong. Bnai Moshe will hold its Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Drummond is responsible for
- transferring Sinai patients to the annual college reunion luncheon
new wing from the acute hospital. Saturday following services. A
She lives at 17139 W. 13 Mile. South- panel , of synagogue leaders will
field, with her husband and two discuss issues that confront college
children. youth in modern society.

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