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June 03, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-03

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THE DETROIT .TEW ISIT NEWS -- Friday, June 3, 196 0 — 22

Beth Yehuda Sets 2 Day Camp Sites

A combination of Hebrew
studies and well-directed recre-
ational activities will be fea-
tured during the 1960 day camp
season of Beth Yehuda Schools,
it was announced by W o 1 f
Cohen, president.
For the first time, he said,
the day camp will operate from
two locations: the Dexter main
school, and the Goldstein Build-
ing of the Hebrew Academy, on
Nine Mile Rd. and Kipling.
Children from the age of
four and up are eligible for
registration, regardless of their
He b r e w background. Recrea-
tional activities will include
sports and games and trips to
the zoo, museums and Bob-Lo.
Older campers will be offered
overnight camping trips.
Counselors will be directed
by Rabbis S. Goldstein and
Israel Flam, at the Dexter and

THE

SOUTH HAVEN MICHIGAN

Overlooking beautiful

Lake Michigan

SWIMMING
POOL

Controlled
Temperature
Filtered
Water. Modern Rooms With or
Without Bath. Top Planned Enter-
tainment, Orchestra, Movies, Sports,
Free Dancing Lessons, Social Direc-
tor, Children's Counselor, Entire
Hotel Under One Roof. Casual
Living.

Brevities

Oak P ark locations, respec-
tively. For information, call the
LEONARD B. SMITH starts
main branch, WE 1-0203, or the
his
15th year as conductor of
Oak Park branch, LI 1-8020.
Detroit's famed Belle Isle Con-
cert Band when its annual sea-
son opens June 12.
Camp Shor Readies

for 'Rich Experience' •

"An unforgettable experience
in Jewish living," the motto of
Camp Shor, is being put into
the final planning stage by
director Frank Leiderman. He
announces also that renovations
of the pool, athletic facilities,
cabins and dining facilities will
soon be completed.
Jewish studies, plus an active
athletic program, will provide
for many youngsters their first
experience with the richness of
Jewish life.
Staff members include
George Gelberman, who was
recently n a rn e d as arts and
crafts director, and Sy Green-
stein, general counselor, who
can offer the campers musical
experience based on his own
background ,as an outstanding
baritone.
For further information, call
Leiderman, 18115 Kentucky, DI
1-8898, DI 1-1498 or LI 7-1165.

Dr. NELSON GLUECK, presi-
dent of Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion and
world-famed biblical archaeol-
ogist, will be awarded the hon-
orary LL.D. degree June 15 at
the annual commencement ex-
ercises of the University of
Pennsylvania.

* * *

SHERMAN COUSINS CLUB
will hold its annual Bar-b-q at
the home of the Rachleffs, Oak
Park. A theatre party is planned
for July.

JOSEPH KADANS, local at-
torney and president of the Na-
tional Boat Club, will discuss
"New Laws Applicable. to Yacht
Owners" at 8 p.m., Monday, in
the downtown auditorium of the
J. L. Hudson Co. There is no
admission charge.
* *
JOSEPH EISENBERG, of
Windsor, Ont., recently served
as one of the regional judges
in the national essay contest
conducted by the Canadian Jew-
ish
ish Congress and Bnai Brith to
mark the national bicentenary
of Canadian Jewry. Some 34
essays were chosen from 400
submitted. The winners, to be
announced in June, will receive
prizes totaling $1,500.
• * *
BENJAMIN LEVINSON has
been namde by Mayor Miriani
as chairman of the June 30
Mayors' Day program for the
second annual International
Freedom Festival in which 200
Mayors from Michigan and
Ontario will participate. A din-
ner, parade and a stage show
at Briggs Stadium will feature
the program.
* * *
DAVID L. GOLDEN has been
appointed Highland Park Muni-
cipal Judge.

Rabbi JOSEPH LEWITTES,
a student at Yeshiva Univer-
SPECIAL RATES to JUNE 26 sity's Graduate School of Math-
ematical Sciences in New York,
Daily
Weekly
has been awarded a two-year
per
United States Steel Foundation
'50
n '8.00
* * *
Fellowship for advanced study,
Rooms with Baths — Double Occu- in mathematics at the graduate
Detroiters
WILLIAM, SAM-
pancy — Including 3 De Luxe Meals
and Midnight Snacks
school. The $7,200 grant covers UEL and AARON GERSHEN-
SON last week purchased the
WRITE, PHONE SOUTH HAVEN 124 the academic years 1960-61 and
Porter Hotel in Lansing. They
1961-62.
are planning the construction of
a combined hotel and motel to
110R A PtItittet vAeAttOra
be known as Capitol Park Motor
NEW
Hotel.
* * *
On
The DETROIT SYMPHONY
/ Beautiful
ORCHESTRA will open its an-
nual nine week summer series
of concerts June 14, in the.
Muskoka
e
Music Shell at the Michigan
State Fair Grounds. The 27 pro-
GRAVENHURST, MUSKOKA, CANADA
grams will be presented free to
the public each Tuesday, Thurs-
Dancing Nightly to Murray Alter and the Gateway Orchestra
day and Saturday evening at
Professional Night Club and T. V. Entertainment—Floor Shows
Full Time Social and Sports Directors
8:15, through Aug. 13. Under-
Champagne Nights—Holiday Midnight Buffets
writing the series as a public
Children's Day Camp—Competent Counsellors—Baby Sitting
service for the eighth consecu-
Deluxe Accommodation—rates from $67.50 weekly, dbl. occup.
tive season are the Detroit Edi-
FINEST KOSHER CUISINE
son Company, National Bank of
Supervised by Canadian Jewish Congress
Detroit, and the Music Perform-
ance Trust Funds of the Record-
SPECIAL JULY 4 HOLIDAY RATES from 01.00 daily
ing Industries in cooperation
per person double occupancy
with the Detroit Federation of
Musicians. The orchestra of 85
Write for illustrated brochure
will be under the direction of
Valter Poole. Eduard Werner,
Detroit Federation of Musicians
534 Lawrence Ave. W., Toronto, Ont. Phone Toronto RU 7-6711
president, will guest conduct
one concert. Eight artists of
international stature have been
engaged as soloists. The list in-
cludes Marjorie Gordon, so-
prano, June 14; Nadia Koutzen,
violinist, June 28; Gordon Sta-
ples, violinist, July 5. The win-
driving to
ner of the Bendetson Netzorg
WHITCOMB Sulphur Springs
Memorial Contest for pianist
will be presented July 12.

Dr. BERNARD ROSENBERG,
son of Mrs. Regina Rosenberg,
of 19375 Santa Barbara, and the
late Mr. Samuel Rosenberg, has
received a Fulbright lecture-
ship to the University of Buenos
Aires, in Argentina. While lec-
turing there, Dr. Rosenberg,
who is the author of "Mass
Culture" and numerous other
books, also will do research. A
professor of sociology and an-
thropology at New York City
College and an instructor at
the New School for Social Re-
search, Dr. Rosenberg will
travel with his wife and chil-
dren to Argentina.



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`Junior Astronomers'
New Group at Center

"Junior Astronomers," a new
Jewish Community Center
group, will meet from 8 to - 10
p.m., Tuesdays, starting July 5,
at the main building, 18100
Meyers.
Meetings are free and open
to all juniors who are inter-
ested in exploring the world
above the earth; no previous
experience or knowledge is re-
quired.
Advance registration is not
necessary, but youngsters must
call Children's Division Office
(DI 1-4200, Ext. 46) before 4
p.m. on the day of the meeting
for reservations.

Monday and Friday
OPEN FOR FISHING

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Dr. Dan Vogel, Dean of Stern
College for Women in New
York, announced the appoint-
ment of Rabbi YAAKOV I.
HOMNICK, of Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods, as local
representative of the school, to
conduct interviews and admin-
ister examinations to prospec-
tive students in this area.

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