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February 09, 1962 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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gift from the Hannah Schloss
Old Timers to the Campership-
Scholarship Fund of the Fresh
Air Society. The Jewish Center
received a donation of $1,000
from the organization towards
its original building pledge.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmier
presented a flag to the Hannah
Schloss Old Timers, which will be
housed in the group's memorial
room at the Center.
Newly elected officers of the
organization installed at the ban-
quet are Abe Schmier, president;
Mike Green, vice president; Ed-
ward Schlussel, secretary; Arthur
Gottesman, treasurer.

NATHANIEL GOLDSTICK
The Hannah Schloss Old
Timers paid tribute to one of
its own at the seventh annual
meeting of the organization on
Jan. 28 at the Statler-Hilton
Hotel with the presentation of
a testimonial award to Nathan-
iel H. Goldstick, prominent
community leader and city gov-
ernment official.
The Hannah Schloss Old
Timers adopted a resolution
honoring Goldstick "for his con-
stant concern and untiring
efforts in behalf of the welfare
and the needs of the youth, the
aged and the underprivileged
of our community; for his
many, varied services and out-
standing achievements earned
by him as an acknowledged
leader of men, in the many
fields and facets of social, re-
ligious and public service."
The membership presented
Goldstick a plaque "as a token
of our bond in the brotherhood
of the boys who were, the men
who are his associates, his
friends, his admirers; for his
selfless, devoted and dedicated
service to his faith,. his God,
Nation, State and City."
Other highlights of the affair
included the presentation of a

Testaments Discussed
in Bible Paperback

"A History of Biblical Litera-
ture" by Hugh J. Schonfield, to
be released by New American
Library on Feb. 20 in an origi-
nal Signet paperbound edition,
re-examines the ageless litera-
ture of the Old and New Testa-
ments of the Bible, in the light
of its value as a great social
and political record of humani-
ty as well as a collection of
religious writings.
Tracing the history of Bibli-
cal scholarship as it evolved
through the ages, this history
goes back to the early Greek
and Hebrew to show the Bible
in its ancient setting of histori-
cal and human circumstances
and its connection with the
pertinent writings of the times
and the sources that influenced
it.

Mayor Picks Nucian
for Commission Post

Benjamin Nucian has been
appointed by Mayor Jerome P.
C.
Cavanagh to re
Stre
d
Ackerman o
ss n.
Traffic Co
takes a new assig
Acker
ment a resident of the DS
Comm ion. Nucian will co
plete is unexpired e n
Nov ber.
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pre ent of t
nob-
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uildi
or, he
sco
tate and
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since 1935.
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for Miriani in
He sai
November s election.

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Tamarack, Fresh
Air Camp Accept
Applications

Applications to attend either
Camp Tamarack at Brighton
(formerly Fresh Air Camp) or
Camp Tamarack at Ortonville
during the coming summer may
now be obtained by calling the
Fresh Air Society office, DI
1-5666, or applying in person at
18100 Meyers Road, Room 307.
According to Maxwell E. Kat-
zen, president of the society,
there will be three periods at
both camps: June 29-July 18,
July 18-Aug. 6 and Aug. 7-26.
Camp Tamarack, Brighton, will
be open to boys and girls 8
through 10; Camp Tamarack,
Ortonville, will accept young-
sters 11 through 14.
In addition, boys and girls
ages 15 and 16 are eligible to
apply for pioneer camp. There
will be two four-week periods:
July 1-July 27 and July 29-Aug.
24 for the boys and the regular
three-week period for the .girls.
There will be extended canoe
trips and trips to the Stratford
Shakespearean Festival during
each period. This program will
be limited to experienced
campers only.
The 'first trip, June 29 to July
15 will travel to the New Eng-
land area camping, Cape Cod,
Tanglewood, Finger Lakes and
other points of interest. The sec-
ond trip, July 22 to Aug. 19,
will travel to Denver, Yellow-
stone, Grand Canyon and other
places.
A competent staff receives
their direction from the full
time professional staff — Sam-
uel Marcus, executive director,
Carl Hartman, assistant execu-
tive director, and Morton Le-
vitsky, resident dir e c t or of
Camp Tamarack.

Institute to Present
Jewish- Music Concert

Wives Club Benefit to Bnai Moshe to Hold Annual Family Night
It wi
e Israeli settings
Aid Receiving Hospital "A Night At
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ations, with



The 250-member Intern and
Residents Wives Club of Receiv-
ing Hospital will hold its seco
annual theater party Feb.
the Fisher Theater.
A block of seats w
re-
tarring
served for "Do Re M .
Phil Silvers. Procee
ill bene-
fit the Service Le
of the
hospital.
call Mrs.
For reservation
Charles Levi, LI
69.

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s. The boys of the
and Tephillin Club will
et as waiters, dressed in auth-
entic costumes.

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"What Is Happening to Jew-
ry in America" will be analyzed
at an open meeting of Ameri-
cans for Progressive Israel —
Hashomer Hatzair, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center.
Valia Hirsch, managing editor
of Israel Horizons, will be guest
speaker. A film on Israel will
be shown prior to her talk.
Refreshments will be served
during the social hour. The
public is invited.

I



The Sholem Aleichem Insti-
the air
tute tonight will present a
"Concert of Jewish Music" in
honor of Jewish Music Month. Bargain Winter Vacation
The concert will feature the
7 days, 6 nights
Sholem Aleichem Chorus, di-
rected by Irving Zeitlin, and
MIAMI BEACH
the Toledo Folk Chorus, under
the direction of Malke Shaw.
from $167.30
Included on the program will
per
person,
double occupancy
be a selection of piano solos
by Rose Mash and vocal num- including round-trip air fare
bers by Sylvia Heideman and
Leo Mogill. Also, a local dance
duo known as "Reva and Ada"
will enhance the evening with
interpretive dancing on Jewish
themes.

Hashomer Hatzair Will
Hear Valia Hirsch

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y the Bnai Moshe Youth
Organizations 7:30 p.m. Feb. 17
at the
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11 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 9, 1962

Hannah Schloss Old Timers
Honor Goldstick for Civic Work

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