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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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Tam-O-Shanter Dinner Will Honor D. Dan. Kahn 60
Detroit And Israeli Tees Exchange Some Culture 26

THE JEWISH NEWS

THIS ISSUE 50c

AUGUST 30, 1985

SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

Peres, Hussein Set For
UN General Assembly

Secret New York meeting
between the two Middle
East leaders is a
possibility.

United Nations (JTA) — King
Hussein of Jordan will come to New
York to address the United Nations
General Assembly on Sept. 27, only
a few days before Israeli Premier
Shimon Peres' Oct. 2 address in
front of the Assembly.
Observers in New York said this
week that they have not ruled out a
meeting between Peres and Hussein,
although, they stressed, that if in-
deed a meeting takes place between
the two leaders it will be secret and
promptly denied by both.

The Hussein trip was announced
Monday by Jordan's U.N. Mission.
No other details regarding Hussein's
visit were provided and it was not
clear if he will go to Washington
from New York to meet with
President Reagan. The 40th U.N.
General Assembly begins Sept. 17.
Peres is scheduled to continue
on to Washington after his New
York visit to meet with Reagan and
other Administration officials.
A spokesman for the Soviet
Union said this week that Soviet
Foreign Minister Eduard
Shevardnadze will attend the Gen-
eral Assembly although earlier re-
ports said that Soviet leader Mikhail
Gorbachev might attend the - gather-

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Fresh Air Raising
A Sixty-Year Flag

Sunday's celebration Will
mark Camp Tamarack's
anniversary.

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"Fresh Air Camp" — the Detroit
Jewish community's Camp
Tamarack program which has been
operating for 60 summers north of
Brighton — will mark its anniver-
sary Sunday with a public celebra-
tion.
The Fresh Air Society has in-
vited the Jewish community to an
afternoon program of photographic
exhibits, a children's carnival and
refreshments, beginning at 1 p.m. at
the camp, north of 1-96 on Old U.S.
23. A camp flagraising ceremony
will be held at 2 p.m. and an assem-
bly will recognize organizations that
have helped the camp. Tamarack
campers from 1985 and a Fresh Air
camper from 1927 — the first year
the camp was open — will partici-
pate.
Former camp directors Irwin

Shaw, Robert Luby, Mort Levitsky,
Marvin Berman and Lennie New-
man will be recognized, along with
present director Jeff Meta. In addi-

These Fresh Mr cuties salute with their
milk bottles on Dress-Up Day, 1931 or
1932,

tion, the camp infirmary will be

dedicated to the late Benard L. Maas
and a dornwory will be named for
Bain and Mollie Burtman:
For 60 years, the Fresh Air
Society's camp at Brighton has lived
up to its name, giving Jewish chil-
dren three Weeks of fresh air, as well
as an opportunity to make new

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