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February 26, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-02-26

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To WedApril 10

Fresh Air Society Sets Enrollment
for Summer Camping Season

Applications to • Fresh Air
Camp and Camp Tamarack, for
the coming summer, are now
available, it is announced by
Fresh Air Society president
Maxwell E. Katzen.
Three periods are scheduled
for each camp: July 1 to 20,
July 20 to Aug. 8, and Aug. 9
to .28. Fresh Air Camp is for
boys and girls, 8-10, and Tama-
rack is for youngsters, 11-14.
Applications and information
are available from the Society
Office; DI 1-5666 and from all
Jewish Community Center
Buildings.
Boys 15 and 16 may apply for
senior pioneer camp, held in
MISS LEE ROTHBERG
two four-week periods, July 3
.Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rothberg to 31 and July 31 to Aug. 28.
announce the engagement of This program offers advanced
their daughter, Lee, to George
Zeff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Zeff. Preparations are being
made for an April 10 wedding.

MUMFORD
U

Purim `Night Club' Set
by Labor Zionists

"A Nightclub in Israel" is
planned as the setting for the
annual Purim Adloyadah of the
Detroit Council of the Labor
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica on March 12, in the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
fer.
Mrs. Gerald. L. Goldberg is
chairman of the event, which
will feature music by Zang Gil-
bert and his orchestra, a floor
show headlined by the HaMa-
chol Dancers and Harriet Berg
and a buffet of Israeli, Middle
Eastern and American foods.
Costumes and fancy hats will
be worn, and prizes are to be
awarded for the most original
designs.
For information or tickets,
call Mrs. Goldberg, KE 7-6126,
or Mrs. Avner Naggar, DI. 1-
.

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By ALAN SCHWARTZ
Mumford Student Council
will present "Moonglow," a
semi-formal dance, in the ball-
room of the Henrose Hotel,
Feb. 26.
Casting has been Completed
for Mumford's school play,
"Harvey," by Mary Chase. The
cast includes Natalie Axelrod,
Marcia Katz, Michael Stulberg,
Harriet Carnick, David Rives,
Bruce Rubin, Arthur Green-
stone, Sybil Oshensky, Helaine
Sobol, Mike Freedman and Judy
Berlin. -Directing the play is
Earl Matthews, with Barbara
Linden serving as student
director.
On March 10, the Student
Council will sponsor its semi-
annual Freshman Orientation
assembly. to acquaint the new
freshmen with the various
school clubs and activities.

camping techniques, and fea-
tures extended canoe trips and
other excursions. It is limited
to 10 boys each period.
Boys camps will have an in-
creased emphasis on outdoor
activities, including canoe and
nature exploration trips, over-
nights and cookouts, campfires,
hiking, nature lore, games and
sports.
There are well developed
waterfront programs with
canoes, rowboats and paddle-
boards to augment the swim-
ming and fishing program. Arts
and crafts, dramatics, singing
and Jewish programming are
included in the three-week pro-
gram.
Camp counselors are all col-
lege students, while the admin-
istrative heads are all profes-
sionally - trained social group
workers and educators.
The first in a series of train-
ing and orientation meetings
for junior counselors was held
earlier this month, in the home
of Alan E. Schwartz, chairman
of the Society's personnel and
recruitment committee.
Over 30 new staff members
were presented with the history,
philosophy and program goals
of the summer camping pro-
gram. Several additional meet-
ings and workshop sessions are
planned before the opening of
the camping season. -
Sam Marcus is executive di-
rector of the Fresh Air Society.
Sam Skolnick is resident direc-
tor at Camp Tamarack, and Mor-
ton Levitsky is resident director
at Fresh Air Camp..

A. Freeman Name
Top Man in Buick Zone

Alan

SetJune Date

Alan A. Freeman, of the Mor-
ris Buick sales staff, this week
received word from the Buick
Motor Division that he has
attained the honor of being top
man in the Buick Zone which
includes all of Michigan and
parts of Ohio and Indiana. lie
was selected among 1200 sales-
men in the zone.
As a gift, in . recognition of
the status he achieved, Free-
man, together with Mrs. Free-
man, is being given an all-
expense paid trip to New Or-
leans next week.

Want The Best?

Ask the Folks Who've Had

SAM BARN ETT

MISS GAIL HAAS

-
Mrs. Dorothy Haas, of Steel
Ave., announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Gail Ca-
rolyn, to Harvey Michael Coop-
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
J. Cooper, of Woodingham Dr.
A June wedding is planned.

and His Orchestra

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Naumburg Chair at Brandeis
The Walter W. Naumburg
Chair in Music has - been estab-
lished at Brandeis University
through a bequest from the
estate of the late New York
banker and philanthropist.

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Bar Mitzvahs

Speakers and topics for the
10th annual Leo M. Franklin
Commercial
Memorial lecture series have
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been arranged at Wayne State
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Dr. EUGENE ROBERTS,
University, with the first lec- former Detroiter who is now
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
ture at 8:30 p.m. Monday, March chairman of the department
7, in the Community Arts Audi- of biochemistry at the City
torium.
of . Rope, national medical
Dr, John M. Dorsey, Franklin center at Duarte, Calif., will
Memorial Professor in Human speak to the City of Hope
Relations for 1960, chairman of Cancer Fighters at 8:30 p.m.,
psychiatry, College of Medi- Monday, at Holiday Manor.
FARM and OLD CIDER MILL
cine, WSU, has scheduled Dr. He is coming to town this
Bernard Mayo, professor of weekend at the invitation of
29501 Northwestern Highway
American history at the Uni- Dr. Richard Bing, of the
Bet. 12 and 13 Mile Road
versity of Virginia, as the first Wayne State University col-
Fine Chicken & Turkey Luncheons and Dinners
lecturer, on the topic "Thomas lege of medicine.
Served Daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Mondays
Jefferson, His Appreciation of
Human Integrity."
S.L. Schneiderman Is Staff
Lectures are scheduled for Writer for Jewish Forward
SQUARE DANCING, with our famous callers, or
successive Mondays through
HAY RIDES arranged for if desired.
In a review of S. L. Schneid-
March, with the finale on April
erman's
new
book,
"The
War-
4. Dr. Dorsey will present the
Private Room Available for All Affairs—
final lecture on the general saw Heresy," in last week's
issue,
The
Jewish
News
er-
Showers,
Sweet 16 Parties, Bowling Groups, etc.
series topic, "The Growth of
roneously stated that the noted
Self Insight."
With facilities for:
On March 14, Dr. Wilbert Yiddish writer is UN correspon-
dent
for
the
Day-Morning
Jour-
Shuffleboard,
Ping Pong and Player Piano
Snow, poet and retired profes-
sor of English, Wesleyan Uni- nal. He is a very important
Call Thomas McInerney at EL 6-9222
versity, Middletown, Conn., will staff member of the Jewish
Daily Forward.
speak on "Individuality in the
Work of Ralph Waldo Emer-
son." On March 21, Dr. Milton
We are pleased to announce that
Rosenbaum, Yeshiva University,
New York, will speak on "The
Health Significance of Self
Help." Dr. Harold Basilius,
director of the University Press
at WSU, will speak on "Goe-
the's Conception of His Own
Individuality" March 28.

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