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June 16, 1961 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-16

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WAWOMMINANIMEMIIIIIIPIPP

rection of Sol Greenfield, super-
visor of the Center's junior pro-
gram, according to N. Brewster
Broder, chairman of the Center
camping committee.
The Day Camp, open to boys
and girls 6-12, will be held at the
Center's Ten Mile branch, 15110
W. Ten Mile Road, Oak Park. Bus
transportation from all sections
of the city will be provided.
Broder announced that the fol-
lowing have been named Day
Camp unit heads: Milt Tambor,
Evelyn Siporin, Diane Margolis,
Rebecca -Friesem and Albert
White. Earl Meyers will again
supervise the Day Camp shelter
at Camp Tamarack.

CONG. BETH ABRAHAM'S "Presidential Toast to Israel,"
held June 6, netted -$2'7,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions for
the Pre-High Holy Day . Campaign, according to Sam Kaufer,
dinner chairman. All living presidents . and past presidents of
Bith Abraham, including Louis Ellenbogen and Ben Siegal,
were honored at the affair. Shown above, from left, Phillip
Stollman, Detroit Congregational and High Holy Day Appeal
chairman, presents a Bible to Henry Pokart, current president
of the congregation, while Judge Nathan J. Kaufman, toast-
master for the event, listens.



Mrs. Marshall Heads Oakland
Nurses' Campaign; Sinai Hospital
Staff Assisting in Drive Efforts

Mrs. S. L. A. Marshall has
been named co-chairman, with
Mrs. Eleanor Rasak, of the
Oakland County Committee
that is currently cooperating.
With the American Nurses' As-
sociation, in
the 1961 cam-
paign for
$1,000,000 ,for
t h e support
of a program
for better
health through
nursing re-
search.
Michigan's
register e d
nurses w h o
are affiliated
With the Mich-
igan State
Nurses Asso-
ciation have
a ccep t e d a Mrs. Marshall
quota of $42,000 in the na-
tional $1,000,000 drive.
The Oakland County quota
is $1,625, Mrs. Marshall stated.
Nurses at Sinai Hospital
are participating in the drive,
and Miss Emma Eig, chief of
nurses at Sinai, is helpful
in current activities, Mrs.
Marshall reported. She stated
that Mrs. David Kliger, a for-

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mer nurse who is prominent
in Jewish community affairs,
also is assisting campaign ef-
forts.
Patricia Walsh, R.N., presi-
dent, Michigan State Nurses
Association, appointed Mrs.
Gilbert B. Pingree of Detroit
as lay co-chairman for the cam-
paign, with Mrs. Ethel P. Mac-
Lennan, R.N., of Flint, as nurse
co-chairman.
Mrs. Pingree pointed out that
this drive will be the Founda-
tion's only campaign for public
support. "In the future," she
said; "the Foundation hopes
to -obtain research financing
through grants and endow-
ments."
Some of the research proj-
ects which have been under-
taken include an intensive
study of safe nursing prac-
tices, the effects on patient
care because of nursing short-
ages, new drugs and other
changing patterns in the health
field, whether present admini-
strative practices are providing
improved nursing care, and a
study on individual needs of
acute, convalescent and ambu-
latory patients.
Michigan's share of the $1,-
000,000 drive will entail a
quota of approximately $5 on
the part of each MSNA mem-
ber, in addition to contribu-
tions from business, industry
and other groups.
- Governor John B. Swainson
has issued a statement com-
mending the State Nurses As-
sociation and wishing it suc-
cess in its $42,000 drive.

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Nothing in this world is so
good as usefulness. . It binds
your fellow creatures to you,
and you to them.

Rabbi Elias to Serve
at NatiOnal Parley of
Yeshivah Principals

rack, is a graduate of the Wayne
State School of Social Work.
Miss Siporin, who has worked
in the Center Day Camp as coun-
selor and unit head for five sum-
mers, was graduated from the
University of Michigan and now
teaches in Oak Park.
- Mrs. Margolis, a teacher in the
Detroit school system and a
Wayne alumna, has had super-
visory experience in several De-
troit- day camps.
Mrs. Friesem, a graduate of
Wayne State University, has held
leadership positions in the Zion-
ist youth movement and for sev-
eral years directed a Canadian
country camp.
White, a visiting teacher in the
Roseville Public Schools, holds a
master's degree from Wayne State
University. He has been a super-
visor at the Merrill-Palmer camps.
Day Camp is scheduled to open
July 3. There are still a few
openings.

Rabbi Joseph Elias, principal
of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, is
vice-president of a three-day
conclave of Yeshivah principals
from throughout the country, to
be held July 10-12 at the Em-
pire Hotel, Ferndale, N.Y.
. The conference is dedicated to
review of the curriculum
Supersol Market Chain a of full
day schools. -
Rabbi Elias also will head a
in Israel Sets New
"task force" on the study of
Sales Earning Highs Jewish history. Other conference
Supersol L i m i t e d, Israel's sessions will concentrate on spe-
supermarket chain financed pri- cific aspects of Jewish studies.
marily by Canadian capital, and
a group of Detroiters, showed
an increase of -83% in earnings
on a sales increase of 13%, it
was announced by President
Orliainirk's on iensiiingtnn iloultuntb
Bertram Loeb • to shareholders
recently along with a 28-cent
Beat the Heat in Shoes
semi-annual dividend, the
fourth since the company be-
Made with Pride and Patience
came a public one in April,
1959.
by
Sales in the one market in
Tel Aviv and three m o n t h s
operation of one ,store in Jeru-
salem amounted to $2,814,806
in 1960, as compared to $2,481,-
338 in 1959. Earnings before
taxes and after depreciation
1, airy insert is
rom strips of leather
amounted to $276,641 in 1960,
y
hand-woven in
against $151,131 in 1959. The
pain. Wonderfully flexi-
substantial increase in earnings
ble and handsomely put
together. In black or brown
was due to improved operations,
calf—oxford or Elasta Top
a reduction in administrative
slip-on.
expenses and an increase in
29.95
investment income.
Three markets are now in
operation, the third having
opened in Givatayim, a suburb
of Tel Aviv, in April.

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Father's Day
Sunday, June 18th

Rho Pi Phi Schedules
Banquet—Installation

Give Father a
Nettleton
GIFT
CERTIFICATE

Rho Pi Phi fraternity and
auxiliary will hold their final
banquet Saturday evening at
the ,Club Manhattan.
To be installed are Presi-
dents, Morton Gold, fraternity,
and Ruth Mittleman, auxiliary;
vice-presidents, Eliot Shepard,
fpternity, and Joan Shapiro,
auxiliary; treasurers, Paul Mit-
tleman, fraternity, and Ruth
Baskin, auxiliary; and secre-
taries, Phillip Silverstein, fra-
ternity, and Tillie B o 1 t o n,
auxiliary.

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Montefiore Lodge to Cite
Oldest Member, Louis
Simon; to Install Officers

Montefiore Lodge, Free Sons of
Israel will install Milton Behrendt
as president 7 p.m. Thursday at
Kenwood Lounge.
Milton Gottesman and Samuel
Englebert, vice-presidents; Mrs.
Fred Gross and Mrs. Harry Rice,
secretaries; and Mrs. Sadie Sny-
der, treasurer, also will be in-
stalled.
The oldest member, Louis
Simon, will be honored on the oc-
casion of his 90th birthday.
Members, guests and friends of
Mr. Simon and the lodge may call
Mrs. Victor Ross, UN 3-5425, by
June 16 for reservations.

since 1958, and has had many
years of camping experience, is
a graduate of Yeshiva University
and holds a master's degree from
the New York School of Social
Work, Columbia University.
Tambor, who was a Day Camp

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— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 16, 1961

Beth Abraham's 'Presidential Toast Announce Staff for Jewish Center Day Camp
Greenfield, who has been on unit head last year and has had
The Jewish Community Center
to Israel' Nets $27,000 in Bonds
Day Camp will be under the di- the Center's professional staff counseling experience at Tama-

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