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June 28, 1963 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-28

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• 23 Detroit Area Teens to Participate
cri in Histadrut Camp Program Abroad

Pictured above are the 1963 Histadrut camp Margie Pensler, Diane Allender, Carole Allen-
participants from Detroit and vicinity. They der, Nancy Stein, (top row) Lisa Slawin, Steven
are, from left, (bottom row) Eric Beckerman, Dresner, Steven Ackerman, Faybeth Diamond,
Steven Schiff, Mike Fenchel, Barbara Schnei- Jerold Saper, Judy Steinhardt. (Not pictured
der, Steven Grossman, Larry Meyerson, (second are Susan Litwak, Janet Mark, Mark Schurgin,
row) Bob Polk, Aviva Kempner, Fran Schwartz, Diane Seiler.

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At an orientation meeting of
all Histadrut campers from De-
troit and vicinity held recently
at the Labor Zionist Institute,
final instructions were received
by 23 teen agers ranging in age
from 14 to 18 who are joining
this year's Histadrut-sponsored
camp program in Israel and
Europe. .
In anticipation of heavy reg-
istration, the camp program has
been considerably expanded
with the addition of a two-week
tour of Europe for the 16- to
18-year-olds. The 14- to 16-year-
old group,, which will again stay
at Hakfar Hayarok, will end its
program with an eight-day tour
in Europe before returning
home.
Included in the daily list of
activities is a period set aside
for fruit picking and other agri-
cultural work along side a
group of Israeli youngsters who
will spend their summer at the
camp with the American chil-
dren. More than 140 American
youngsters will go to Hakfar
Hayarok located on the Medi-
terranean not far from Tel Aviv.
Another group of 140 will go to
Bet Berl near Kfar Saba.
A committee of three was
formed at the orientation ses-
sion to assist the Detroit Hista-
drut staff in making the final
arrangements. Sharing these
responsibilities are Mrs. S. Dia-
mond. Mrs. Lewis Grossman and

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Mrs. Leslie Fensler. Announce-
ment was made of a prize to be
awarded to the camper who
comes back with the finest set
of still photographs. The panel
of judges will be drawn from
the parents of the children.
The Histadrut office in New
York announced that a film
crew will record some of the
activities of the children while
in Israel. This film will have its
initial showing in this area at
the campers reunion scheduled
for Sept. 13.
At a campers orientation
meeting which took place in
New York last week, it was an-
nounced that Melvin Gordon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gordon of Oak Park, was the
winner of the national essay
contest in which last year's
campers participated. The prize
of a $100 Israel Bond will be
presented to Melvin at one of
the major Histadrut functions
this fall.

2 Films at Center

"Two-Way Stretch," a farce
featuring Peter Sellers, will be
the first feature film in the
Jewish Center's international
film festival, Monday evening.
An extra feature will be Rob-
ert Benchley's lecture on "How
to Take a Vacation,"
The films will be screened
in the Aaron DeRoy Theater,
beginning at 8:15 p.m.

$275,000 Bond Sale at Schumer Event

Rabbi Jacob E. Segal of Adas Shalom Synagogue (left)
is shown presenting a plaque to Harry L. Schumer, gut of
honor at the Detroit Labor Zionist Man of the Decade "testi-
monial June 19 at the Labor Zionist Institute. Looking on is
Israel Minister of Development and Housing Yosef Almogi, the
principal speaker. The affair climaxed the 1963 Labor Zionist
Movement-Landsmanshaften Israel Bond campaign, which re-
sulted in Israel Bond subscriptions totaling about $275,000. Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver was honorary chairman of the Schumer affair
and Morris Lieberman was chairman.

Standard Federal
Savings to Open
11th Office Monday

Monday will be a big day for
Standard Federal Savings and
Loan Association, and an equally
big day for the families living
in the Greenfield-Grand River
area. At 10 a.m., doors of
Standard Federal's spacious new
branch office will be opened to
the public for the first time, and
"open house" will be held July
1-10.
• Robert J. Hutton, president
of Standard Federal, said every-
one is welcome and that many
unusual attractions will be of-
fered for the benefit of the
many visitors expected. On
hand to give the public a warm,
hospitable welcome will be
James P. Donaldson, recently
appointed manager of the new
branch. He will be aided by an
experienced, capable staff which
includes William Sheere, Jr.,
Bette Wirth, Linda Muck and
Louise Manning.
A full-size Sanders layer cake
will be given to each person
who opens a savings account in
the amount of $10 to $100 dur-
ing the Grand Opening period.
In addition to the cake, those
who open an account of $100 to
1\ $500 will receive a handy metal
'lock box for storing valuables.
New accounts of $500 or more
will receive a beautifully en-
graved, silver-plated tray by
Rogers International.
One of the feature attractions
on opening day will be the ap-
pearance of George Pierrot,
world traveler and host on a
televised travel show sponsored
by Standard Federal Savings.
He will greet visitors at the new
branch on July 1, opening day
only, from 10 a.m. until noon.

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Sinai Hospital Wins 3 Achievement
Honors in State-Wide Competition

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Sinai Hospital of Detroit took
triple honors — including the
grand prize--in the Fifth Hos-
pital Achievement Contest co-
sponsored by the Michigan Hos-
pital Association and Michigan
Blue Cross.
The top prize in the state of
$1,000 went to Dr. Sidney D.
Kobernick, Sinai's Chief Pathol-
ogist and Director of Laborato-
ries. Kobernick won for the
design and development of a
specimen collection area at
Sinai which saves up. to 1,200
hours of technologists' time in
administering to individual pa-
tients in their rooms. The speci-
men collection area is a facility
in which a number of patients
requiring this lengthy test can
be attended at one time.
Sinai also won the $500 first
prize in the 200 - 500 bed hos-
pital classification. This was for
a development by Sinai Surgical
Division Chief Dr. Milton L.
Sorock and Associate Director
Henry R. Karpe for the reallo-
cation of surplus beds from an
obstetrical unit. Sorock and
Karpe designed a "swing unit,"
a section of rooms which can
be opened either to a surgical
or an obstetrical unit as the
case load may demand.
Lois Smith, • Dietary Aide at
Sinai, received an honorable
mention certificate for her im-
provements in the special diets
for ulcer patients.
The awards were presented
by William McNary, president
of Michigan Blue Cross, at the

Nobel Prize Winner
Gabriel Lippman, a French-
Jewish physicist, was the sec-
ond Jew to be given the Nobel
Prize in physics. He received
the award in 1908. His outstand-
ing contribution was the in-
vention of the process of color
photography in 1891.

Michigan Hospital Association's
44th Annual Convention at
Traverse City. McNary empha-
sized that the basic purpose of
the hospital achievement con-
test is to encourage hospital
employes to develop money-
saving and time-saving ideas
and to make these available to
other hospitals.

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