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August 24, 1984 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, August 24, 1984

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Oberammergau Passion Play

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people of Oberammergau in
1634. That is part of the
story. We are all familiar
with their vow in the face of
the plague to perform a Pas-
sion Play if the town were
relieved from the devasta-
tion of the plague. Histori-
cally they were performing
the play prior to that event,
but the vow may still have
been made.
Isn't it possible to deal
with the death of Jesus in an
historically accurate way,
without the teaching of con-

tempt inherent in every line
of this play? Of course. In
fact there was another play,
less anti-Jewish, that was
performed to rave reviews
as late as 1978. So, why do
they continue to use this
version? I don't know. The
play certainly is an eco-
nomic boom to the town.
Every performance is liter-
ally sold out, not counting
the added revenue of hous-
ing, meals, souvenirs and
the brisk business in all of
the wood-carving shops. It is

LOCAL NEWS

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Sinai appoints three to posts

Sinai Hospital of Detroit
has named Ronald Reed as
administrative responsibil-
ity for all aspects of the de-
partment of internal
medicine in support of clini-
cal services, medical educa-
tion and research.
Before coming to Sinai,
Reed served as administra-
tive director of Saginaw
Cooperative Hospitals, Inc..
since 1978. Previous to that

Ronald Reed

he was assistant director of
the University of Maryland
Health Center.
Reed is a member of the
American Hospital Associa-
tion, Medical Group Man-
agement Association and
the Michigan Association
for Medical Education.
Reed received a master's
degree in health care ad-
mini ration from Linden-
woodollege in St. Charles,

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Mo. in 1977. He received his
bachelor of science degree
from Western Michigan
University in 1964.
The hospital also an-
nounced the appointment of
Mary T. Noth as director of
infection control.
Before coming to Sinai,
Noth served as infection
control specialist at Detroit
Receiving Hospital for a
year. Prior to that she was
infection control nurse
practitioner at Henry Ford
Hospital from 1980 to 1983.
She also worked as medical
lab technician focusing on
bacteriology at the Physi-
cian's Community Clinic in
Detroit.
Noth is a member of the
National Association for
Practitioners in Infection
Control and the Greater De-
troit Area Practitioners in
Infection Control.
She received her Bachelor
of Science degree in nursing
from Wayne State Univer-
sity in 1978, and has earned
credits towards a master's
degree in community health
nursing froin the same uni-
versity.
Meanwhile, Richard Lee
Kramer has been named di-
rector of development at the
hospital. He will be respon-
sible for raising funds for
Sinai from the hospital's
many constituencies, in col-
laboration with Sinai's
board of trustees.
Before coming to Sinai,
Kramer was director of de-

LETTERS

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easy to argue that they
want to continue what has
proven to be a success. Easy,
but it bothers me.
I have the uncomfortable
feeling that the latent
anti-Jewish teachings
within our Christian
churches has created a situ-
ation where people don't see
what is being produced be-
cause they believe what the
play says about Jews is true.
And that feeling was the
greatest embarrassment of
all.

of the Knesset would vote
against Hatikuah!
So here we stand, Hatik-
vah defeated, as though all
the children in the family
had gathered together and
voted down the
grandmother!
When something ,like
Hatikvah comes up, all the
factions should lay aside

their differences and show
that where the heart of the
Jewish state is concerned,
where history and con-
science are laid bare, it
shouldn't matter who pre-
sented the bill to the Knes-
set.

Rabbi Jack Goldman

Administrator,
Metropolitan Kaashruth
Council of Michigan

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Mary Noth



velopment and community
relations at St. Clare's Hos-
pital in Schenectady, N.Y.
In previous positions,
Kramer conducted univer-
sity and public television
fund raising, public rela-

Richard Kramer

tions and related media
work.
He was a member of the
Schenectady Jewish Feder-
ation Executive Boar and a
trustee of Temple Gates of
Heaven in Schnectady.
Kramer is a member of
the National 44ociation for
Hospital Development, the
National Society for Fund
Raising Executives and the
Academy of Hospital Public
Relations.
He served as chairman of
professional education for
the National Association for
Hospital Development in
New York and New Jersey.
Kramer received a B.S.
degree from Union College
in Schenectady.

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