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December 10, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-10

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Sinai Joins__Co-op Hospital Venture

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Inspired by the success of a
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pioneering venture, Sinai Hospital
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and four other area hospitals are
Free Hamm Estimates
exploring the benefits to be realized
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through the sharing of some basic

services.
ClassifieaA.ds GIL:tate Results
Task forces are investigating

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We Wish You a Happy Hanuka

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At

Children's
Fashions &
Ladies Boutique

(We do alterations)

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NOTICE

We will be open for business
December 12, 1971

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LEONARD N. SIMONS was
honored with a medallion for out-
standing work in behalf of the
United Negro College Fund, it the
annual UNCF banquet.

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SAMUEL J. SILBERMAN; was

re - elected to a second term as
president of the Bureau for Ca-
reers is Jewish Service, at its
annual meeting in Pittsburgh.

Detroiter Elected
to Dropsie Board

Open Doily 10-6; Thurs. 10-9; Sun. 12-5

Kosher Meat &
Poultry Market

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, boamber . 10, 1471-33

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In a Saturday evening candle-
light ceremony at Cong. Bnai
Moshe, Ruthellen Goldberg and
Eric Lipman were married by
Rabbi Moses Lehrman.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Merrill Gordon of Har-
vard Rd., Southfield. Her husbatnd
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayer
Lipman of Ivanhoe Ave., South-
field.
The new Mrs. Lipman wore a
matte jersey, long-sleeved gown
with hood under a full-length
sleeveless coat fashioned after the
biblical Ruth.
Mrs. Cheryl Chicorel, sister of
the bride, was the matron of honor.
Dona Kabrin was a bridesmaid.
Ronnie Iskow was best man.
Jeff Goldberg, the bride's brother;
Sam Lipman, the bridegroom's
brother; and Steve Greenberg
served as ushers.
Following a honeymoon tour to
Philip Slomovitz, editor and
California and Toronto, the couple
publisher of the Detroit Jewish
will live in Southfield.
News, was elected to the -board of
governors of Dropsie University,
it was announced by William B.
Thomas, chairman of the board.
As a member of the board,
Slomovitz will be involved in policy
John Wayne,, Jack Benny and
matters to help the postgraduate
institution fulfill its potential as a Spiro Agnew will be represented
training center for scholars who in some form at Glenwood Chap-
will teach Judaism and- cognate ter's Auction Potpourri, 8 p.m.
subjects in America's institutions Saturday at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Guests will be able to bid on
for higher learning, and for schol-
ars who will engage in original re- John Wayne's coffee mug, Jack
t
Benny's
ties and Spiro Agnew's
search.
Detroiter Joseph Handleman, pen.
They also will be able to bid on
who established the Joseph and
Sally Handleman Communications paintings, boutique items, week-
end
trips to local resorts and a
Center for the Study of Man's Hu-
manity at Dropsie, was elected to week's vacation in Miami. A color
TV
and
a weekend in New York
the board of governors last year.
will be awarded. Mrs. Michael
Udman is chairman.
Proceeds will go to aid technical
students and student health needs
in ORT schools.
Jimmy Launce, WJR disc jock-
ey, and Mr. Belvedere will be
auctioneers.
For information, call Mri. Mar-
vin Weinstein, 544-3336.

Elegant Dresses
for the Holidays

28841 Southfield, tathrup Village

how better service to patients and
grater economy -might result by
combining specialized functions
such as X-ray, laboratory and
other departments. That patients
can gain in both cost savings and
broadened services already hai
been demonstrated.by the success
of a centralized children's care
unit sponsored by Sinai and two
other institutions, according to
Thomas R. O'Donovan, chairman
of the steering committee under
which the task forces are working
and administrator of Mt. Carmel
Mercy Hospital and Medical Cen-
ter.
Other hospitals participating in
the "Northwest Detroit Hospitals
Quadrangle" discussions are Grace
Northwest, Providence and William
Beaumont.
At a recent dinner meeting at
Raleigh House, some 80 medical
and administrative leaders of the
five institutions heard of the suc-
cess of the children's unit at Mt.
Carmel, which also serves young
patients referred from Sinai and
Providence hospitals.
With Dr. Julian Priver, executive
vice president of Sinai Hospital,
presiding, the Northwest Quadran-
gle dinner program featured re-
marks by the chiefs of the medical
staffs, including Dr. Hyman S:
Mellen of Sinai.
In addition to shared medical
services, combined administrative
functions such as those in purchas-
ing, personnel management, data
processing and printing are under
consideration.

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WINTER DAY

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Dec. 20-31
10 A.M.-3 P.M.

Come 1 Day or 10 Days

1971

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Hot Lunches
Snacks
Transportation Available

Call for reservations & brochure 851 4666

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