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August 17, 1979 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 11, 1919

Sinai Hospital Department Recipient of Kraft Donation

The

SHE!. ROTT

ORCHESTRA

Featuring

T.V. & Recording Artist

VICKIE CARROLL •

"Professlohal Entortainm•t

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In appreciation for a con-
tribution made to Sinai
Hospital of Detroit a major
department in the hospital
will bear the names of the
benefactors.
The gift was presented by
Mrs. Shirley Kraft to per-
petuate the memory of her
husband, Jule, who died 13
years ago this month. In
turn, a special designation
has been made at the hospi-
tal's social services depart-
ment in the Fisher Wing to
acknowledge the contribu-
tion. Mrs. Kraft personally
selected the department for
the designation.
Accepting the gift on be-

We're All-America*

which she twice served as
president.
A former honoree of Israel
Bonds, Mrs. Kraft has been ,
a member of the Sinai Hos-
pital Guild and an active
volunteer in the health care
facility for 16 years.

Classes Slated
for Exceptional
Kids at Beth El

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Shirley Kraft and Dr. Julien Priver admire the
plaque affixed outside of Sinai Hospital's social serv-
ices department, which acknowledges the donation
from Mrs. Kraft in memory of her husband, Jule.

half of Sinai Hospital was
Dr. Julien Priver, former
executive vice president,
who now serves as executive
consultant.
In presenting the gift,
Mrs. Kraft noted her deep
interest in the hospital.

Cohens Celebrate
50th Anniversary

Consider Southfield

Stop in, write or call. We'll be glad to give
you 'complete housing and community in-
formation.

Southfield Home Information Center

Southfield Civic Center
26000 Evergreen Rd. P.O. Box 2055
Southfield, Michigan 48037

(313) 354-4400

A Free City Service

* May 23, 1979 by the Natrona! Municipal
League, Southfield selected one of eleven
cities in the nation. -

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Cohen of Oak Park will be
honored by their children,
relatives and friends Satur-
day on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Weiss and
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Greene. The couple's
grandchildren also will be
on hand to help celebrate.
The Cohens are mem-
bers of the Going Like 60
senior citizens club of the
Oak Park Community
Center. Mrs. Cohen is
chairman of the club's
cancer pad project for
the Michigan Cancer
Foundation. She is past
president of the Laur-
ence J. Jones Auxiliary
of the Jewish War Vete-
rans.
Attending the celebration
are Mr. and Mrs. Teddy
Klein of Englishthwn, N.J.;
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Klein
and Family of Freehold,
N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Marshal
Klein and Family of Flush-
ing, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
George Fox of Brooklyn,
N.Y.; and Mrs. Ethel Men-
delsohn of Lynhurst, Ohio.

Large selection of rings
watches and other fine jewelry
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These services done on premises

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Jewish Media
Directors Meet

NEW YORK -- A na-
tional conference of direc-
tors ofJewish media centers
will be convened next week
by the Jewish Media Serv-
ice — Jewish Welfare Board
at Gratz College in
Philadelphia. -
Jewish Media Centers
serve the fields of Jewish
education "and Jewish com-
munal service as audio-
visual resource centers.
They are attached to local
bureaus of Jewish educa-
tion, Jewish community
centers and Jewish institu-
tions of higher learning.
Jewish media centers
provide consultation and in-
formation on the use of
films, videotapes and other
audio-visual media. Some
media centers maintain
film and videotape libraries
and conduct workshops on
the use of these materials.
Others actually produce
videotapes, filmstrips, and
the like.
Michael A. Pelavin of
Flint is a member of the
Jewish Media Service
Committee.

Jewish Senators
Magazine Topic

Diamonds and Fine Jewelry

• Jewelry Repair
• Watch Repair
• Restringing

"I've always wanted to do
something special for
Sinai," she stated, "and I ,
wanted to do it in mem-
ory of my hu'sband, who
was one of the earliest -
contributors to the hospi-
tal in its formative
years."
Mrs. Kraft is a known
contributor to many organ-
izations and is active in
numerous charitable and •
civic groups. Presently she
is the fund-raising chair-
man for the Women of
Jewish National Fund, of

NEW YORK — The seven
U.S. Senators who are
Jewish are featured in the
summer issue ofJewish Liv-
ing magazine.
The Senators talk about
anti-Semitism in politics,
the Jewish sense of justice
and their role on Capitol
Hill concerning the Middle
East.
The Senators are: Rudy
Boschwitz of Wisconsin,
Jacob Javits of New York,
Carl Levin of Michigan,
Howard Metzenbaum of
Ohio, Abraham Ribicoff of
Connecticut, Richard Stone
of Florida and Edward
Zorinsky of Nebraska

Registration for the
1979-1980 special educa
tion classes for exceptional
children is now being ac-
cepted at Temple Beth El.
Children may start at age
eight. Classes meet on
Saturday mornings at the
temple and are open to all
Jewish children in the
community, no matter what
their synagogue affiliation.
The morning is divided
into a wide range of activi-
ties in classes of no more
than eight children. Bible,
holiday stories, creative
dramatics, arts and crafts,
Jewish music and dance,
Shabat worship and He-
brew are all part of the pro-
gram.
For information, call the
religious school office, 851-
1100. Classes will begin
Sept. 15.

Party Tendered
for Akiva Seniors

A bon voyage party for
the 1980 graduating class of
Akiva Hebrew Day School,
who will be spending its
senior year in Israel, will
take place 8 p.m. Thursday
at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods.

Members of the 1980 class
are: Rachel Flatt, Rochelle
Ginsburg, Jay Jubas, Edie
Katz, Zoe Levin, Annette
Ryba, Cheryl Snow and
Sheryl Zuroff.

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