THE DET ROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 3, 1960 — 1 6
Physicians Prepare for Campaign
to Assist Israel Medical Assn.
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_ The MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
HEALTH CLUBS of the Jewish
Community Center, 18100 Mey-
ers, have opened their exclusive
solariums for the summer. Spe-
cial Health Club summer mem-
berships for June, July and
August, of $47.50 for men and
$37.50 for women, are now
available. For information, call
the Health Clubs, DI. 1-4200.
Sarah and Barney Potasch
have recently opened what they
call MICHIGAN'S GREENWICH
VILLAGE, at 29563 Northwest-
ern Highway, and are seeking
exhibitors with original paint-
ings, sculpture and objects of
arts and crafts. The show is
open every Friday, Saturday,
Sunday and holidays from 10
a.m. to 7 p.m. weather permit-
ting. For information call EL
Mapping plans for a membership campaign by the Detroit
Chapter of the 'American Physicians Fellowship are, left to
right, Dr. SANFORD BENNETT, Dr. BERNARD WESTON,
Detroit Chapter president; and Dr. ZANMAY GORDIN, of the
Israel Medical Association. The APF has furnished the IMA
with $100,000 for pressing needs, including instruments, funds
for the Jerusalem Academy of Medicine, grants for Israeli
physicians to study in the U.S. and other vitally needed
services. Almost all of the funds have been raised from annual
membership dues, Dr. Weston said. All local physicians are
invited to join the APF, which aims at raising standards of
medical practice in Israel.
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Combo or Orchestra
Cha Cha, Ballads, Blues
Drums on Fire
"Vibes on Ice"
CALL KE 7.1705
An expanded staff of 50 spe-
cially-trained counselors will be
on hand at Tamarack Lodge on
June 27, when the famed chil-
dren's day camp at the Green-
field Park, New York, resort
opens for the season.
Catering to children from tot
to teen-age, the camp has en-
larged its program and acre-
age to accommodate a record
number of vacationing young-
Parents will be able to enjoy
more carefree hours in the eve-
ning as well as daytime, due to
a "nite-patrol" which tends to
Arty Weinberger, child ex-
pert, and his staff guide chil-
dren through a well-rounded
program of sports, games and
Teen-agers also have their
own set-up and area. Under the
supervision of Jerry Goldberg,
their activities include athletic
contests, social and sports
Temple Israel Confirmands
Plan At Home Receptions
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For Your Favorite Music
And His Popular
Orchestra or Combo
Wedding, Bar Mitzvah,
Sweet Sixteen Invitations.
Matches and Napkins
Complete Selection at
MRS. KATE ALTMAN
DANTO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Danto, of 1560 Wellesley, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
LANE DARREL EMMER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
H. Emmer, of 25459 Wareham, Huntington Woods, 2 to 5
p.m. No cards.
VICKI ELLEN KYTE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kyte,
of 125'7 Charrington, Birmingham, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
CAROL JOY LAPPIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E.
Lappin, of 25871 Ivanhoe, Huntington Woods, 2 to 5 p.m.
MARIJANE S. LAZAR, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Morton R.
Lazar, of 18011 Hamilton, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
MICHELLE B. LEVINE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving L.
Levine, of 19440 Birwood, 1 to 4 p.m. No cards.
LINDA JOYCE NESHKES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Neshkes, • of 16880 Ilene, '7 to 10 p.m., June 4.
ROBERT JEFFREY ROSS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W. Ross,
of 19179 San Juan, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
GERIANNE STEIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol I. Stein, of
18225 Fairfield, 2* to 5 p.m. No cards.
Eye-witnesses to the dramatic ' Michel Deshe, Israeli poet teach-
events leading up to the estab- ing at the Midrasha, who man-
lishments of the State of Israel aged a children's camp in Ger-
will participate in a program many following World War II.
In that capacity, he assisted in
• party a complete success. IS revealing "The Truth About
Delicious Food—Dinnerware • Exodus," at 8 p.m., Sunday, in the emigration of many young-
• the David D. Henry Lounge, of sters to Israel.
Also participating will be Zvi
Trays To Order
Student Center, Wayne State
Wegner, a student of engineer-
Call: DI 1-0072
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ing. at Wayne State, who aided
Sponsored by the Student in the escape of many concen-
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: 19315 Jas. Couzens : Zionist Organization, the pro- tration camp refugees to the
gram will include narratives by Israel-bound boats.
Folk dancing by the Habonim
Dance Group, community sing-
ing and dancing and refresh-
ments also will be featured dur-
ing the SZO event, one of sev
eral held by the student organi-
zation in commemoration of the
12th birthday of the State of
Israel. The public is invited to
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`Truth About Exodus' Revealed by Israelis
For the Finest in Music
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A report of the annual meet-
ing of the national board of di-
rectors of the Workmen's Cir-
cle, which was recently held in
New York, will be given by the
Michigan District delegate, Mrs.
Moses Caplan; at 9 p.m., today,
at the Circle Center,.18340 W.
Mrs. Caplan will tell of the
progress and plans for the corn-
ing year, and will compare De-
troit with the overall national
picture, discussing the future.
prospects of the organization.
PLASTIC FURNITURE X
Annual confiri -nation services of Temple Israel were held
on Shavuot evening, Tuesday, May 31. At home receptions
MADE TO ORDER
)) will be held on Sunday, June 5, unless otherwise indicated,
or READY MADE
T, CALL ANNA KARBALI:•,, for the following Temple Israel confirmands:
Circle to Hear Report
of New York Conference
Tamarack Lodge Sets
Day Camp Opening
STUDIO: 8440 W. McNICHOLS RD.
OPPOSITE MARYGROVE COLLEGE
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
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