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November 30, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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2 Vice Presidents Picked at Sinai

Parents Club to Meet 1THE DETROIT JEWISH HMS

Parents Without Partners
of the Jewish Center will hold
an open meeting 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Center. The

Friday, Nov. 30, 1973-33

Free Admission

public is invited. For infor-
mation, call group services,
DI 1-4200.

17540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 •

TEEN & ADULT
BALLROOM

Mon. & Thurs. 9:30-9:00
Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9:30-6:00 •
Sat. 10-5:30

TUES. ONLY

By Appt. Only. Tues.-Sat. 8-3

13805 W. 9 Mile — Oak Park
LI 2-0064

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Seven trustees were re-
elected to the board of
trustees of Sinai Hospital at
the annual meeting of the
corporation Nov. 19.
Re-elected to five-year
terms ending Dec. 1, 1978,
were William H. Davidson,
Max M. Fisher, Gertrude Z.
Gass, Mrs. Rose L. Green-
berg, Milton J. Miller, Ber-
nard E. Pincus and A. Alfred
Taubman.
The nominating committee
was chaired by Nate S.
Shapero.
Mrs. Herman Prady, co-
ordinator of volunteers, ac-
cepted a board resolution
honoring the volunteers.
Medallions co m m ending
their service to Sinai Hos-
pital were presented to Dr.
Herbert J. Bloom, retiring as

Our annual After Thanksgiving Sale is
going great. We have the most exciting
fashions you will find anywhere. All
departments. You'll really be amazed at the
savings. Hurry in!

Telegraph at Maple

Birmin , ham

9

Mile at Coolidge

Oak Park

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

Schoolcraft
Nr. Inkster Rd.

Over 60 Dealers

Snack Bar & Door Prises

Orchard Lake Road,
One Block N orth of Maple

SCHAUPETER PROMOTIONS

851-2400

731-9560 or 282-0040

Sinai Honors Its Volunteers;
Lists Trustees at Meeting

• Gowns
• Dresses
• Coats
• Pantsuits
• Sportswear • Lingerie

Roma Hall Livonia

Jack Barnes
Dance Center

The promotion of Sydney C. Peimer, left, to vice presi-
dent for administration and the appointment of Dr. Herbert
A. Ravin as vice president for medical affairs at Sinai Hos-
pital has been announced by Dr. Julien Priver, executive
vice president of Sinai. Peimer's promotion to the new post
gives him final authority over the day-to-day operation of
the hospital and its personnel. In his new post, Dr. Ravin
will provide guidance to all echelons of Sinai's medical staff
of 665 physicians and dentists. Peimer, 55, has 28 years of
experience in the hospital field. He has been administrator
of Sinai since 1962 and earlier served as associate director
for three years. He was affiliated with the Jewish Hospital
and the Brookdale Hospital Center, both of Brooklyn. Dr.
Ravin, 50, has been fulltime chairman of Sinai's department
of medicine and professor of medicine at Wayne State Uni-
versity since 1964. He has been responsible for the graduate
education of Sinai house staff members in medicine and for
supervision of research programs. Dr. Ravin is conducting
a series of studies of the effect of certain modern drugs on
Parkinson's Disease and is the author of numerous scientific
reports. His successor in the department of medicine has
not been named.
5.: * *
* *

Senior Citizens Rates

Sun. Dec. 2
11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

DANCE
CLASSES

Myrts Beauty Salon

Owner Lillian Kolp

Antique
Flea Market

Info & Booth Space

All sizes available

in

solid gold or sterling silver

chairman of dental and oral
surgery; Dr. Gertrude Z.
Gass, retiring president of
Shapero School; Dr. Hyman
S. Mellen, retiring chief of
the medical staff; and Leon-
ard N. Simons, retiring vice
president of the board.

LINCOLN CENTER • OAK PARK

THE SHOE YOU REALLY BANK ON . . . is

the same that never stays in the closet. Like

Front Row's sling-back platform. The most

terrifically versatile look you can have,

with a style all its own.

19

Black
Navy
Camel

JWV

Ladies Department of Mich-
igan will participate in the
Allied Veterans Council Aux-
iliary dessert supper holiday
party 6:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Veterans Memorial
Building. This annual event
is set aside to fill baskets
for needy families, and the
Ladies Department will help
gather cans of staples and
donate prizes. For informa-
tion, call the JWVA office,
559-5680, or Dorothy Gold-
berg, 548-6850. Friends are
invited, and admission is a
prize and cans of food.

SOL YETZ - MORRIS CO-
HEN POST and AUXILIARY
will meet 8 p.m. Monday at
the JWV home. The post will
serve refreshments following
the meeting. Senior Vice
President Irene Levin an_
nounces that a latke party
will be held in January.

When the shepherd blund-
ers on his way, his flock
blunders after him. — Pirke
d'R. Eliezer.

968-0303

We honor Master Charge and BankAmericard

OPAL

THE

WHATEVER
THE REASON
WHATEVER
THE SEASON

HAS IT

Where Fashion Starts

ORCHARD MALL

Shopping Center
N. of Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield

NEW ORLEANS MALL BLOOMFIELD COMMONS
Maple and Lahser Rds.
10 Mile & Greenfield

Southfield

Birmingham

front Koko

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