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February 22, 1985 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-22

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Friday, February 22, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

LOCAL NEWS

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Ruth Schwartz,

ASID

Goodies Galore At JNF Auction

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when you thought
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Sat. 8-5:30

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PINK OR BLUE?

It really doesn't matter! THE BRAND NEW BABY BASKET
doesn't come in the wrong color. And it's always the right size.
The perfect gift for every new baby.

Our basket planners will design your own one-of-a-kind gift
basket with something for everyone in the baby's family, such
as:
• The baby's name on a bottle filled with candy
• Bibs, rattles, and soft toys
• Gourmet foods for Mom
• A cigar and golf magazine for Dad
• A coloring book and crayons for the
older brother or sister

Daily delivery to all area hospitals or home delivery nation-wide
IN CRIC 44,

We start with a bas-
ket . . . Then we fill it
with imagination

CALL US AT
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Sheila Guyer, president of the
Young Women ofJewish National
Fund, announces that trips to the
Concord, Grossinger's, New York
City and Las Vegas are among the
many items up for bid when the
Young Women present their 14th
annual auction on March 24 at
Temple Beth El. A preview and
silent auction will begin at 6:30
p.m and the vocal auction starts at
8 p.m.
Once again, Ricahrd Nucian,
noted auctioneer of Norman Levy
Associates, Inc., will conduct the
bidding and sales. Refreshments
will be served. Tickets are avail-
able at the door or by calling the
JNF office, 557-6644.
Other items to be auctioned in-
clude hotel accommodations at
Inn on the Park, Toronto; Michi-
gan Inn; Westin; Sheraton Oaks
and Southfield Hilton, and an "af-
fair d'amour" at the St. Regis.
Gift certificates will be au-
ctioned from area restaurants;
New Hellas, Nifty Norman's,
Roman Terrace, Romanik's, Bud-
dy's Barbeque, The Lark, Beau

Gift baskets for
all occasioni

SINGLES

THE "LET'S GET AC-
QUAINTED GROUP" (for-

merly of Toronto) will have a sing-
les party Sunday at 8 p.m. at
Ginopolis, 27815 Middlebelt Rd.,
Farmington Hills. There is a
cover charge.

B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG SING-
LES (18-34) will go to a Detroit

Pistons game Wednesday, meet-
ing at 6 p.m. at the B'nai B'rith
Building for carpools. A party will
follow in the main event at the
Silverdome. Tickets are free to
members. There is a charge for
non-members. for reservations,
call Bernard Rubenstein, 356-
3178.
The singles will have a sleigh-
ride on March 2 at the Mayberry
stables in Northville, meeting at 7
p.m. at the B'nai B'rith Building
•for carpools. There is a fee, and
non-members are invited. A bon-
fire will follow. For reservations,
call Rubenstein.
The group is forming two
softball leagues, one for men and
the other co-ed. For information,
call Rubenstein or Pam Eichler,
557-0628.

The Young women of JNF's auction committee includes from left:
Esther Goldenberg, Donna Sklar, Phyllis Applebaum and Joan
Shapiro.

Jack's, Dimitri's, and also Run-
dle's in Stratford, Ont. Theater
tickets, Tigers tickets, paintings
by local artists, a gourmet dinner
for eight, jewelry, a television set,
cases of wine, case of Haagen Dazs
creme liqueur, mattress and box
spring set, a quilt, gift certificates
to Eastern Onion, Felbros, Hago-

Sinai Elects Steinberg

The Sinai Hospital of Detroit
Board of Trustees elected Robert
A. Steinberg president at its re-
cent meeting. The board also re-
elected A. Arnold Agree and
elected Merle Harris and Bruce
Thal to serve as vice presidents.
Other officers elected for 1985
were Marvin Fleischman, secre-
tary; and Thomas Klein, trea-
surer.
Steinberg has served as vice
president of Sinai's board of trus-
tees since 1981. His affiliations
with Sinai included acting as
chairman of Sinai's finance com-
mittee from 1979 to 1981 and the
planning committee from 1982 to
1984 in addition to his member-
ship on various other committees.
Steinberg is a board member of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
and was the 1983-1984 president
of the Jewish Home for Aged.

LET LO-LA Li
HELP
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THE CONFIDENTIAL
DIGNIFIED DATING
SERVICE.

Alan Bleyer

Claire Arm
Millie Rosenbaum

Robert Steinberg

Steinberg has also served as
president of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
the Synagogue Council of Greater
Detroit and the Independent In-
surance Agents of Greater De-
troit.

Operations Chief Named

JEWISH SINGLES
SEARCHING FOR SOMEONE?

FOR FREE INTERVIEW
CALL: 356-0949
OR WRITE: LO-LA
P.O. BOX 254, LATHRUP VILLAGE, MI 48076E

pian, and other merchants are
also up for bid.
Area businesses or individuals
wishing to donate gift certificates
or new merchandise should call
the JNF office, 557-6644. Credit
will be given in the auction ad
book and all donations are tax de-
ductible.

Sinai Hospital of Detroit has
named Alan J. Bleyer as chief
operating officer.
Bleyer comes from Lutheran

General Hospital in Park Ridge,
Ill., where he served as vice
president for clinical services,
chairman of clinical administra-
tion, and division administrator
for pediatrics and obstetrics-
gynecology.
He has also worked at Lutheran
Deaconess Hospital in Min-
neapolis as administrative
assistant/administrative resi'
dent, and Children's Health Cen-
ter, Minneapolis, as manager of
outpatient clinics.
Bleyer is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota, where he re-
ceived his master's degree in hos-
pital administration in 1975 and
his bachelor of arts degree in
1971.
He is currently a member of the
American College of Hospital

Administrators.

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