Flint Council Is Cited by Lapeer State Home
The Flint Jewish Community
Council recently received an
award from the Lapeer State
Home and Training School at the
latter's annual Volunteer Awards
Council was given the award
for its services to residents of the
home. Hy Bergman, executive. di-
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rector of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council, accepted the
award for Mrs. Louise Harris,
local chairman of the Lapeer
Assisting Mrs. Harris during the
year were Mesdames Sol Schafer,
Eva Fisher, Joe Robbins, Esther
Leavitt and Yale Smith.
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uly 12—Camp Maccabee, 2nd
Session, Temple Beth El.
—Council community Rela-
tions Committee Meeting,
18:30p.m., Temple Beth
13—Council Personnel Corn-
mittee Meeting, 6 p.m.,
—Council Executive Com-
mittee Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
—Bnai Brith Women Board
meeting, 12:30 p.m., home
Roberta Smith Weds
Mr. Friedman of N.Y.
MRS. RICHARD FRIEDMAN
Roberta Joy Smith became the
bride of Richard Charles Fried-
man in a ceremony Sunday at
Cong• Beth Israel. Rabbi Hillel
The new Mrs. Friedman is the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice
J. Smith of Cromwell Ave. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Friedman of Brooklyn.
was of textured linen with tiny
The bride's princess-style gown
covered buttons from neckline
to hem. Deep bandings of Venise
lace trimmed the bodice and
hemline. A Camelot shell of linen
and Venise lace secured the
fingertip veil of silk illusion.
She carried Majestic daisies and
golden garnet roses in a Flemish
Mrs. William Maple of Kent, 0.,
was matron of honor- Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Arnold Friedman of
r ._ Flushing, N. Y., and Debra fisher.
Arnold Friedman served his
brother as best man. Ushers were
Alan Smith, the bride's brother,
of Dewitt, Mich.; and Michael
,,,,, ii,Yesner of Des Plaines, Ill.
• ' Following a honeymoon to New
England, the couple will reside
in Wilmette, Ill.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Therese Kaufman, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kaufman,
has graduated from the Ferry Hall
School for Girls, Lake Forest, Ill.
She will attend Michigan State
University in the fall.
Jamie Steinberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Steinberg,
earned all As at, Longfellow
Junior High School this past
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CITY NATIONAL OVo lTrir
Given Glueck by Yale
NEW YORK — At commence-
ment exercises of Yale University,
the honorary degree of doctor of
divinity was awarded posthumous-
ly to the late Nelson Gltleck, - pr6i-
-dent of Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion from
1947 until his death Feb. 12.
The degree was accepted by Dr.
Helen Glueck, widow of the de-
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