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December 03, 1976 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 3, 1976 19

Schwester Selma
Earns Cash Prize

/-•

NEW YORK — Schwes-
ter Selma Mayer, the 92-
year-old head nurse
emeritus of Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusalem
(Israel's Florence Nig-
htingale), received a
$5,000 award from the Is-
rael Variety Club, pre-
sented by Danny Angel,
president of the organi-
zation.
Variety Clubs Interna-
tional, a fraternity of
show business per-
sonalities around the
globe and headed by the
opular television emcee,
onty Hall, supports sick
nd handicapped chil-
dren.
Schwester Selma came
to Israel in 1916 and be-
came the country's first
registered nurse. In 1934,
she founded the hospi-
tal's nursing school and it
is the only one in Israel
that receives recognition
from the Helene Fuld
Health Trust, the world's
largest American-based
charitable foundation
devoted to the health
education and welfare for
student nurses.
The $5,000 prize was
turned over to Prof.
David M. Maeir, the hos-
pital's director general, to
help set up Shaare
Zedek's new pediatric
surgical department
which has just opened
and is being headed by
Prof. Irwin Krasna of
New York.

AJCongress Halts
Bias in New Film

NEW YORK — In re-
sponse to a suggestion
from the American
Jewish Congress, Marcel
Ophuls, director of the
film "The Memory of Jus-
tice," has removed a pas-
sage from the documen-
tary which had described
as "somewhat racist" an
Israeli law calling for the
death penalty for war
crimes and crimes
against humanity.
In the offending pas-
sage in the film, the im-
pression was left that the
Israeli law was directed
only at crimes against
Jews. In fact, • the law —
under which Adolf
Eichmann was executed
— authorizes capital
punishment without re-
gard to the religion or na-
tionality of the victim.

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Bonds Official
to Join Survivors

NEW YORK — Michael
Arnon, president and
chief executive officer of
the Israel Bond Organi-
zation, will address the
first annual dinner of the
American Federation of
Jewish Fighters, Camp.
Inmates and Nazi Vic-
tims, Dec. 12, at the Wal-
dorf Astoria hotel.
Arnon will join the
Survivors Federation in
paying tribute to its Hon-
orary President, Eli
Zbrowski and his wife,
Diana.
Mr. and Mrs. Zbrowski
are being honored for
"their work and dedica-
tion in Holocaust studies,
and for bringing its
awareness closer to
youth."

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First Drawing December 9th.

A new game every week for 6 weeks only
Drawing every Thursday.
Over 2000 cash prizes every week.

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