Name Sinai Nursing School Principal to U.S.
Body on Educational Facilities for Nurses
AJC Women's Amity Award to Go Wax-Schtreffer
to Commissioner and Mrs. Edwards Vows Solemnized
ing editor of the Detroit Free
Press; William Cohen, chairman
of the Commission on Law and
Social Action of the American
Jewish Congress; Arthur Poin-
ier, political cartoonist of the
Detroit News; Mrs. Dan Shapiro,
National Vice - President, Wo-
men's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress. -
The Amity Award. presented
each year by the Detroit Wo-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congress, was created to
recognize outstanding achieve-
ment in the improvement of in-
tergroup relations by bringing
to public attention careers of
those who contribute to a so-
ciety of justice and equality for
MRS. DAVID K. WAX
Commissioner Edwards is
On Sunday at Cong. Shaarey
well known for his service to Zedek, Nancy Schaeffer, daugh-
the Detroit Community having ter of Dr. and Mrs. Martin
served four terms on the De- Schaeffer of Warrington Dr., was
united in marriage with David
K. Wax, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Wax of Lauder Ave.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Cantor
Jacob Sonenkler officiated.
The bride wore a white peau
de soie gown. An empire bodice,
sabrina neckline and short
sleeves were of white hand run
Alencon lace. Garlands of match-
' ing lace were appliqued on her
dome-shaped, floor length skirt
that fell into a chapel train. She
wore a tiara of heirloom orange
blossoms with a shoulder length .
pouf veil of white silk illusion.
On her Bible she carried white
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
orchids and stephanotis.
Lydia Schaeffer served her sis-
troit Common Council, two
terms as Council president. He ter as maid of honor. Judy Bren-
later served as Probate Judge ner, Susan Robins, Judy Wax
in charge of Wayne County and Mrs. Harvey Wax were
Juvenile Court, Circuit Judge bridesmaids.
Harvey Wax served his broth-
of the 3rd Judicial Circuit and
as best man. Ushers were
Lawrence Freedman, Erwin
Margaret Edwards has work- Madorsky and Lawrence Tush-
ed as state chairman 'of the man. -
Episcopal Committee for Racial
The newlyweds are graduates
Unity. This will be the first of the University of Michigan.
time the Amity -Award will be After a honeymoon in Mexico,
presented to a married couple. the couple will reside on Green-
Presentation of the Award field Rd.
Hearty appetites all around
will take place at the Amity
your table will agree: Pillar'
Award Luncheon, 12:15 p.m. Eagle Scout, Ner
Rock prime red salmon is the
reddest, juiciest, meatiest
March 27 at the Adas Shalom
salmon- in all the world!
Synagogue. For reservations, Tamid Awards to Be
FREE, nationally famous colorful 23-
call WO 5-3319.
recipe booklet. Tells how to make many
Other members of the Amity Given at Temple Israel
intriguing gourmet dishes. Salmon
chowder. Salmon curry. Tetrazzini. Pasta.
At Sabbath services today,
Committee include Mes-
Salmonburgers. Salmon cornbread. To
receive your free salmon booklet, write
dames Dan Shapiro, co-chair- Eagle Scout Awards will be
your name and address on the back of a
man; Sallan Lurie, Dellis Har- conferred upon Scouts Peter
Pink Beauty or Pillar Rock label and
send today for
with, Louis Menk and Marshall Kutnick, Brian Seyburn and
Elliot S h i f man at Temple
The Jewish News,
17100 West Seven Mile Road;
Detroit 35, Mich.
The Eagle award - is Scout-
Turover Society Plans ing's
Mo'os Hitim Dinner
The Ner Tamid medal will be
Turover Aid Society and presented to Leslie Shefman.
FANCY RED SOCKEYE
Auxiliary will hold their an- This honor is the highest reli-
nual Mo•os •Hitim dinner 6:30 gious award given to a Jewish
For the finest in pink salmon
p.m. Monday at the Jericho Scout.
—buy Pink Beauty Salmon.
Temple Israel Boy Scout
Temple. 18495 Wyoming. All
Troop 146 is sponsored by the
Men's Club. The Scouts meet
regularly at the temple, 7:30
p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, under
the direction of Scoutmaster
Melvin Mermell and Assistant
Scoutmasters Ben Cummis, Sid-
ney Factor and Arthur Trubow.
Boys, 11 to 14, interested in
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
joining the &bop, are welcome
to visit a meeting any Tuesday
evening with their fathers.
The Scout Troop Adult Com-
mittee consists of Sidney Sey-
burn, institutional representa-
tives; Dr. Jack Kutnick; chair-
man; Harold Somlyo, :secre-
Lb. $ 1 29
tary; Myron Schefrnan,. treas-
.urer; - Maryin Stern, :advance-
ment: Chairman; andlSaiil Hack
Police Commissioner and Mrs.
George Edwards have been
named the recipients of the
Sixteenth Annual Amity Award,
it was announced by Mrs. Sol
Elkin, 1963 Amity Award Chair-
man, American Jewish Con-
The board of judges which
reached a unanimous decision
in naming Commissioner and
Mrs. Edwards was headed by
the Rt. Rev. Richard S. Emrich,
Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of
Michigan. Ofher members of
the board were:
Judge Wade McCree Jr., of
the United States District Court,
Eastern District of Michigan;
Richard Cross, business leader
and chairman of the Detroit
Commission of Community Re-
lations; Frank Angelo, manag7
Mrs. Ruth Edelson, principal
of Sinai Hospital's Shapero
School of Nursing since its open-
ing in 1956, has been appointed
to the U.S. Surgeon General's
Committee on Educational Fa-
cilities for Nursing.
Mrs. Edelson will serve as
the committee's consultant on
practical nurse education. The
committee is co-sponsored by
the Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare and the Na-
tional League for Nursing.
The committee will visit the
Shapero School next month and
then, with Mrs. Edelson, will
examine facilities at several
other institutions across the
country. The long-range goal is
to develop a guide to assist hos-
pitals, vocational schools, col-
leges and universities in plan-
ning the educational facilities
necessary to conduct a program
Mrs. Edelson first was ap-
pointed to Sinai's staff in 1953,
when the hospital opened, as di-
rector of nursing. She formerly
was director of nursing service
at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital.
She is a member of the Michi-
gan Board of Nursing and chair-
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