Mrs. Voss Heads Jacksonville School
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, August 14, 1970
Announcement was made this
week that Mrs. Carl Hermann
Voss, wife of the eminent author
and lecturer who appears frequent-
ly on the lecture platform in De-
troit, has been named headmistress
of the Bartram School, a college
preparatory school_ for girls, in
Mrs. Voss resigned as director
of admissions at Skidmore Col-
lege, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., to
assume her new post.
Holding masters degrees in Eng-
lish, French and German, Mrs.
Voss has a doctorate with double
specialization in educational psy-
chology and industrial psychology.
Bartram School is nationally re-
puted as a college preparatory
educational center with high rat-
trigs. Students from many states
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At the same time it has been
announced that Dr. and Mrs. Voss
have established residence in Jack-
sonville, Fla., at 2264 Bartram
Road. Dr. Voss is scheduled to
deliver addresses under UJA, Is-
rael Bond and other Jewish aus-
pices on topics on which he has
become an expert. He is the editor
of World Publishing Co. Excalibur
Books, the first of which, "In
Search of Meaning: Living Reli-
gious," was reviewed in The Jew-
ish News earlier this year. The
newest book in this series is Rabbi
Roland Gittelsohn's "The Meaning
Dr. Voss is the author of the
"Stephen S. Wise Selected Letters"
issued by the Jewish Publication
Society of America and of a vol-
ume on Dr. Wise and Dr. John
Haynes Holmes, "Rabbi and Minis-
Paperbacks of Dr. Voss' works
have been published and new edi-
tions are due soon.
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struction (in memory of the par-
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possible by Mr. and Mrs. Ruch,
the Charles Feinbergs and Irwin
Cohns), will precede the 1:30 pro-
gram in the auditorium of the
William Hordes Memorial Lodge.
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Rabbi Harold Shusterman of
Cong. B'nai Reuven, Chicago, will
speak, and entertainment will be
provided by the campers.
Camp Gan Israel is now in its
second four-week season under
head counselor Rabbi Y. M.
Kagan, youth director of Cong.
Mishkan Israel. The campers
are from Canada and cities in
the Midwest, as well as Detroit;
its staff includes counselors from
Gan Israel camps in Israel, Eng-
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Open house chairman is
Irwin I. Cohn. Women's committee
chairmen are Mrs. Max Biber and
Mrs. Robert Ruch.
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For information about the open
house, call the Gan Israel office,
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The community is invited to the
open house of Camp Gan Israel
1-4 p.m. Sunday at Linden, Mich.
An invitational luncheon for
sponsors of Chabad will be held at
noon in the newly completed din-
ing hall. A tour of ' the camp
It is with sincere pleasure and pride that I
announce my severance from my former affiliate
and offer in its place
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Marlowe, 52, a checking fixture
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Country Day and Boarding
School For Girls, Grades 7-12
COLLEGE PREPARATORY ONLY. FULL
CURRICULUM INCLUDING ART, MUSIC.
Beautiful Twenty-Five Acre Campus
In Temperate Climate of North Florida
BARTRAM IS NON-SECTARIAN.
STUDENTS ATTEND CHURCHES AND SYNAGOGUES LOCALLY.
INQUNRIES ABOUT ADMISSION SHOULD BE
ADDRESSED TO THE NEW DIRECTOR:
MRS. CARL HERMANN VOSS, M.A.; D.Ed.
2264 Bartram Road, Jacksonville, Fla. 32207