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January 13, 1984 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-13

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Friday, January 13, 1984

The custom in some con-
gregations to rise on one's

toes three times during the
repetition of the word

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

kadosh in the Kedusha
prayer comes from the
kabalists. They said that
the triple sanctification of

God's name is an indication
that one must reach toward
God with the whole body.
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Irving A. Shapiro, execu-
tive vice president of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit, was
elected to the board of the
Consortium of Jewish Hos-
pitals.
Shapiro is currently a
member of the board of di-
rectors of the Michigan
Parkinson Foundation. He
is a member of several
Michigan Hospital Associa-
tion committees and task
forces including the Com-
mittee on Public Policy and
Government.
He also is a member of the
American College of Hospi-
tal Administrators, the De-
troit Jewish Home for Aged
Planning Committee and
New Detroit's Minority
Business Development
Committee.
Shapiro joined Sinai's
staff in January 1970, and
in May 1976 was named
administrator responsi-
ble for the overall opera-
tion of the hospital. He
was made vice president
for administration two
years later. In 1979 he be-
came the hospital's chief
executive officer.
He is a 1963 graduate of
Michigan State University
and earned his master's de-
gree in business adminis-
tration from George Wash-
ington University, in 1966.
The hospital also an-
nounced Carol J. Wilson has

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reemphasize the "voice of Ya'akov" (Bereishis 27:22), to
strengthen
YiddIshkeit and, in particular, peace among Jews and Ahavat Yisroel;

The Lubavitcher Rebbe,
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has proposed that all Jews include in their daily prayers the following:

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In a related development,
Sally B. Savage has been
named director of internal
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Sinai, she was a senior ac-
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Previously she was assis-
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