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May 16, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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Friday, May 16, 1 975 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sinai Plans Scientific Night

Sinai Hospital of De-
troit's annual Scientific
Night and Alumni Day ob-
servances will be marked by
,house staff and alumni June
10 and 11, at the hospital.
- Dr. Ronald Trunsky of
the department of psychia-
try is chairman of Scientific
Night, with Dr. Piero P.
_, Foa, chairman of the de-
partment of research as
> coordinator.
The affair will begin 7:30
p.m. June 10 in the Zucker-
man Auditorium and will be
combined with a quarterly
s,17 neeting, to be presided
oN --oy Dr. Eli M. Brown,
chief of staff.

Stores to Check
Blood Pressure

Sentry Drug Stores, in
conjunction with National
High Blood Pressure Month,
„will conduct free blood pres-
sure screenings in two area
locations.
The screening will be of-
fered 1-5 p.m. Wednesday at
Sentry's Southfield store, 10
---, Mile and Southfield Rds.
The Oak Park store, Cool-
H. idge and Nine Mile Rds.,
(, will conduct the screening
1-5 p.m. May 30.
High blood pressure is
called "the quiet killer" be-
cause it tends to sneak up on
people, without symptoms
of pain or discomfort. Yet
the damage it does is di-
rectly associated with
strokes, heart attacks and
kidney disease.
For information, call Ar-
lene Vanderleun at Sentry
Drugs, 729-7700.

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Highlight of the evening
will be the graduation of
some 40 members of the
house staff who will re-
ceive diplomas and gifts,
and presentation of
awards for the outstand-
ing house staff interns and
residents. The scientific
portion of the program will
also feature the presenta-
tion of research papers by
members of the house
staff.
For the following day, the
Alumni Association, headed
by Dr. Murray G. Kling, has
planned golf and tennis out-
ings, with Alumni Day fes-
tivities culminating in the
traditional Social Night din-
ner, which will be held 6:30
p.m. at the Raleigh House.
Alumni Association offi-
cers and executive commit-
- tee members working with
Dr. Kling on planning the
events are: Dr. Barry Smi-
ler, vice president and presi-
dent-elect; Dr. Philip Cas-
cade, treasurer; Dr. Myron
Attenson, secretary; and
Drs. Michael D. Bloom,
Richard Fields and Harvey
J. Komorn, executive com-
mittee; as well as Dr. J.
Mark, house staff president.
Golf activities are being
organized by Dr. Howard
Goldberg and tennis is being
coordinated by Dr. Fields.

Akiva Names
New Officers

Phillip Stollman was
named honorary president
of Akiva Hebrew Day
School at its recent board of
directors meeting.
Elected with him were
Dr. Martin E. Guyer, presi-
dent; Sanford Eisenberg,
Herbert Speiser and Abra-
ham Selesny, vice presi-
dents; Fayga Dombey, trea-
surer; and Bernard Dach,
secretary.

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LZA Branch Has Anniversary

JWV

LT. RAYMOND ZUSS-
MAN AUXILIARY will
meet 7 p.m., Monday in the
home of Mrs. Seymour Zu-
ger, 14201 Nadine, Oak
Park. This supper-meeting
is a shower honoring Stella
Greenfield, who is getting
married in June. Election of
officers will take place and
final plans for the forthcom-
ing Department of Michigan
Convention will be dis-
cussed. For reservations,

Singles
Events

call the hostess Clarice Zu-
ger, 399-2898 or the presi-
dent, Mrs. Charles Haupt-
man, 352-2696.
* * *
YETZ-COHEN POST
AND - AUXILIARY will
meet 9 p.m. Monday at the
Jewish War Veterans Me-
morial Home. The post and
auxiliary will have an after-
glow supper 8 p.m. Satur-
day at the JWV Home.
Proceeds will benefit the
Chaim Sheba Medical Cen-
ter in Israel. Dinner will be
served, and there will be
prizes and games. Friends
are invited.

* * *

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Arlazaroff -Avrunin-
Weizman Branch 137 of the
Labor Zionist Alliance will
celebrate its 40th anniver-
sary 5 p.m. Sunday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.

Dystrophy Drive
Seeks Volunteers

Volunteers are being
sought in Wayne, Oakland,
Macomb, Monroe, and St.
Clair to conduct a house-to-
house solicitation 5-9 p.m.
June 3 for Muscular Dystro-
phy.
The volunteers, identified
by Jerry Lewis badges, will
seek funds to support medi-
cal research and patient
services for all area muscu-
lar dystrophy victims pres-
ently under the care of the
Greater Detroit-Southeast-
ern Michigan Chapter of
Muscular Dystrophy Asso-
ciation.
The local Muscular Dys-
trophy chapter is headed by
Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman.
Residents wishing to join
the June 3 campaign to col-
lect in their neighborhood
may call the MD office in
Detroit, 521-1390; Wayne
County Communities,
272-0061; or Oakland
County, 542-2610.

NEW DIMENSIONS, JWV Appoints
the Cong. Beth Abraham- National Director
Hillel-sponsored singles
group for young adults age
WASHINGTON — Lt.
18-25, will have a road rally Col. Irwin R. Ziff was ap-
7 p.m. May 25 leaving from pointed national executive
the 10 Mile Jewish Commu- director of the Jewish War
nity Center. A party will Veterans of the United
follow, and there is a mini- States.
mal charge. The group will
Col. Ziff retired from ac-
take a trip to Cedar Point tive Air Force Service in Au-
June 22, and breakfast will gust 1973, and joined the na-
be served in the synagogue. tional staff of the JWV as
For information on either assistant executive director.
event, call Mary Wagner, A veteran of 21 years with
836-4316, or Rhonda Lenz- the Air Force, Col. Ziff be-
ner, 968-7187.
gan his military career in
* * *
the Navy.
SWINGING SINGLES,
25 and up, will hold a cock-
tail party and dance 8:30 `Cincy Sachs
p.m. Sunday at the Glen
Oaks Country Club, 30500 Honored by
W. 13 Mile, Farmington. A
NCAA Meeting
band will provide music.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Henrietta
The late Philip "Cincy"
Lewis, 546-0903.
* * *
Sachs, longtime coach of
THE BAYIT will present Detroit recreation and colle-
Rebbi William Blank at a giate basketball teams, was
Beit Cafe 8 p.m. Tuesday at honored with a resolution
from The National Colle-
the Bayit, 16845 Muirland.
giate Athletic Association
He will speak on "The Se-
"in recognition of his distin-
crets of Shavout." Refresh-
ments will be served. For in- guished service to athletics."
Received by Mr. Sachs'
formation, call the Bayit,
brother, Davfd of South-
861-1929.
field, the resolution was
* * *
adopted in tribute to the
PEOPLE WITHOUT
late coach "for his faithful
PARTNERS OF THE
service to his institution and
JEWISH COMMUNITY
higher education; his valua-
CENTER will meet 8:30
p.m. Sunday in the home of ble contributions to inter-
Jack Wolrauch, 1744-0 Ev- collegiate athletics, and his
wholesome influence upon
ans, Southfield. Discussion
lives of young men."
will focus on "Second Mar- the The
resolution further
riage: Are Kids a Help or a
stated:
"Be it known that
Hindrance?" Refreshments
the
membership
of the Na-
will be served. The group
tional Collegiate Athletic
will have an open bowling
Association, assembled in
party 9:30 p.m. May 25 at
annual Convention, resolved
Oak Park Lanes.
that this memorial be in-
scribed in honor and fond
remembrance of Philip
Sachs."
Mr. Sachs, who launched
his basketball career with
the Tri-Square Club of the
Hannah Schloss YWHA,
was honored by the Michi-
gan Sports Hall of Fame in
1973. The Cannon Recrea-
tion Center gymnasium on
the east side was dedicated
in his memory in January.

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The Jewish News will
have an early deadline
for local publicity for
the issue of May 30. The
deadline will be noon
Friday, May 23, due to
the Memorial Day holi-
day.

The Yiddish cultural and
educational group has sup-
ported the Farband Camp in
Chelsea and the Kindervelt
Camp in Detroit. Each year
the branch sponsors Yiddish
concerts and theater per-
formances. It also was in-
strumental in the creation
of the Yiddishe Folk Schule
in Detroit.

The branch has raised
more than $2 million for
Histadrut, and is active in
Jewish National Fund, Is-
rael Bonds and Allied Jew-
ish Campaign programs.
Isadore Brown is banquet
chairman, and Louis Levine
is branch president. For in-
formation, call the LZA,
851-1606.

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