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May 10, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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N. Brewster Broder, chairman
of the Jewish Center Camping
Committee, announced the
opening of registration for the
Day Camp.
There will be two four-week
camping sessions, the first be-
tween July 1 and 26, and the
second between July 29 and
Aug. 23. During these periods,
camp will be in session Mon-
days through Fridays, 9:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Bus transportation is
available from the nearest cor-
ner on a regularly scheduled
bus route.
Broder also announced that
Milton Tambor of the Center's
permanent professional staff
will direct the Day Camp this
summer. Tambor has a master's
degree in social work from
Wayne State University and is
also a graduate of the Teacher's
Institute of Yeshiva University.
An expanded summer pro-
gram has been announced by
the Children's Division of the
Jewish Center: Separate pro-
grams have been planned for
different age levels and range
from a five-day-a week day
camp to "drop-in" activities for
Center members.
A summer nursery program
for pre-school age children will
again be offered at the Center's
main building. Parents may
choose either morning or after-
noon sessions, Monday through
Friday. Program is offered dur-
ing two four-week periods, June
24 through July 19 and July 23
through Aug. 16.
"Playland," a program for
kindergarten age children, is
scheduled for Monday through
Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the Center's Ten Mile Branch.
There will be two periods of
four weeks of thi psrogram, the
first between July 1 and 26, and
the second between July 30
and Aug. 23.
A two-day "Funtime" pro-
gram will also be offered for
five to seven-year-olds on Tues-
day and Thursday between 10
a.m. and 3:30 p.m. This program

is to be offered for two three-
week periods: July 9 through
July 25, and July 30 through
Aug. 15.
"Summerland" is a three-day-
a week program for children
ages seven to ten which will
meet at the main building on
Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The popular "Tips Tops"
program of informal drop-in
activity featuring weekly
themes, trips, summer sports,
and games and again be avail-
able starting June 24 and con-
tinuing through the month of
August. This program is limited
to children who are members of
the Center. Except for special
trips, there is no fee for this
program and no registration is
required.
The Day Camp at the Center's
Ten Mile Branch in Oak Park
provides the most intensive
summer experience for chil-
dren. The first period will
begin on July 1 through July
26, the second period will be
held from July 30 through Aug.
23.
Transportation is available
within an area bounded by Mc-
Nichols, Ten Mile, James Cou-
zens and Woodward at a small
additional fee for all Center
summer programs except the
"Tip Top" activities.
A brochure describing all
summer activities for children
and additional information is
available by phoning the Center,
DI 1-4200, ext. 48.

Williams Concludes
Franklin Lectures

Former Governor G. Mennen
Williams will be the final speak-
er in the 1963 Franklin Mem-
orial Lecture Series at Wayne
State University.
Williams, who • is Assistant
Secretary of State for African
Affairs, will speak on "The New
Nations of Africa," at 8:30 -p.m.,
Monday, May 13, in the WSU
. Community Arts Auditorium.

Jribute @o gi'en

and Ann,a Brooks

ONCE IN A WHILE .. .

True greatness and nobility of Jewish character
shines upon' our Detroit Jewish Community. This
blinding light today comes from the personality
and accomplishments of:

BEN & ANNA
BROOKS

18708 Hilton,
Southfield, Mich.

They . . . helped the Jewish Child Placement Bureau
in rehabilitating orphans from homes in the years-
1933-37 on their 263 acre farm in Gregory, Michigan

THEREFORE: — The strong light you see today comes
from the sparkle of

074oir Uolden Anniversary

MAY 8, 1963

• 50 YEARS OF KINDNESS, GOODNESS
AND UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN TRAVAIL!

From their orphans, children, grandchildren and hundreds
of friends and relatives who love them dearly

•■ •

MISS BARI MILLSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Millstein
of Appleton, Wis., formerly of
Detroit, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Bari Lee,
to Howard Olevsky, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Olevsky of Chi-
cago, Ill.

Wom,eft's Clubs

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BETH AARON SISTER-
HOOD will hold an Oneg Shab-
batt, 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the
synagogue.
A panel discus-
sion on the "Mutual Responsi-
bility of Parents and Youth to
the Family, the Synagogue, the
Community, and the Jewish
People" will be conducted by
Mrs. Paul Masserman and her
son, Jay, and Mrs. Abraham
Meral and her daughter, Eve-
lyn Tzvi Berkal, Beth Aaron's
youth director, will discuss the
aims and hopes of the syna-
gogue for its youth. The gather-
ing will be greeted by Rabbi
Benjamin H. Gorrelick and
Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman, presi-
dent. Cantor Day.-id Bagley will
lead in community singing. Re-
freshments will be s e r v e d.
Guests are invited.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Harry Levitt, 18061 Appo-
line. Mrs. Richard Kramer will
review "Paver," by Howard
Fast. Friends are invited.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
will elect officers 12:30 p.m.
Monday in the Harry Rosman
Social Hall of the synagogue.
Installation will follow. All
ladies are urged to attend and
bring - contributions for the
forthcoming rummage sale.

*

JNF Foundation
to Be Addressed
by Illinois Judge

Judge Harry Hershenson of
the Superior Court of Cook
County, Illinois, will address a
lawyers' reception, under . aus-
pices of the Jewish National
Fund Foundation, at 8:30 p.m.,
Monday, May 20, at Rainbow Ter-
race.
The occasion will be utilized
by the JNF Foundation to honor
the following judges:
Victor Baum, Nathan J. Kauf-
man, John M. Wise, Ira G. Kauf-
man, Charles Kaufman, George
D. Kent, Joseph Pernick and
Burton R. Shifman.
The committee on arrange-
ments for this annual event
includes William Hordes, Foun-
dation chairman; Morris J
Brandwine, Irving S c h 1 s s e I,
Percy Kaplan and Rabbi Joshua
Sperka.

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Mischakoff Is Soloist
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The Center Symphony Or-
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Julius Chajes, will have Mischa
Mischakoff as soloist in the
sixth and final concert of the
season 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center.
Mischakoff will be heard in
Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole.
He is concertmaster of the Le-
troit Symphony Orchestra. This

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* *

CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
have their first mother and
daughter luncheon noon Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. A musical program will
f e a t u r e mezzo-soprano Ruth
Terebelo, accompanied by Rose
Mash. Hostesses will be Mildred
Gelfand, Ann Erman, Jean
Kurtzman, Eva Pohl, Julia Na-
than and Bertha Rosenthal.
Guests are welcome.
* * *
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTER-
HOOD will install officers at a
luncheon meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Temple. Mrs.
Milton Rosenbaum will give a
dramatic reading of the play
"Mary, Mary." Mrs. Herbert
Carson, president, will preside.

Central Class of '53
Will Hold Reunion

The Central High School
Graduating Class of 1953 will
hold its 10-year reunion dance
tonight at Cobo Hall, it was an-
nounced by Alvin J. Iwrey and
Shirley Behar, co-chairmen of
the reunion committee.
Alumni, faculty and friends
are invited to the event which
will feature dancing, entertain-,
ment, refreshments and prizes.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door.

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19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 10, 1963

Jewish Center Lists Expanded
Millstein-Olevsky
Program for Youth During Summer Troth Announced

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