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June 11, 1976 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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June 11, 1976 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

Dr. Ralph Cash was hon-
ored "for his services" to the
national Dysautonomia
Foundation. Inc., at the

SAM
BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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POEMS WANTED

The MICHIGAN SOCIETY1
OF POETS is compiling a l
book of poems. If you have
written a poem and would
like our selection committee
to consider it for publica-
tion, send your poem and a
self-addressed stamped
envelope to:

MICHIGAN SOCIETY
OF POETS

6345 West McNichols
Detroit, Michigan 48221

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foundation's annual meet-
ing in New York. Dr. Cash is
chairman of the Sinai Hos-
pital of Detroit Department
of Pediatrics, associate pro-
fessor of pediatrics at
Wayne State University's
medical school and a mem-
ber of the national medical
advisory board of Dysauton-
omia Foundation.
* * *
William Solomon, Ron-
ald Pelavin and Ronald
Kerwin received their doc-
tor of medicine degrees
from the Wayne State Uni-
versity School of Medicine
at recent commencement
ceremonies.
* * *
Gary W. Docks, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Docks of
Prairie Dr., Southfield, was
graduated from the Ohio
College of Podiatric Medi-
cine. Dr. Docks was one of
19 members of the class to
achieve membership in the
Pi Delta National Podiatric
Honor Society "for out-
standing scholarship."
* * *
George Lantos, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Laszlo Lantos
of, Rosemary Ave., Oak
Park, earned his MD degree
from the Albert Einstein
School of Medicine in New
York City. He plans to pur-
sue a degree in radiology at
Columbia University.

*

Special Program to Highlight JNF Dinner

A special program has
been prepared for the 75th
anniversary celebration of
the Jewish National Fund
which will take place at the
Testimonial Dinner honor-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Max M.
Shaye 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The "Max and Dorothy
Shaye Forest" of 10,000
trees will be established in
the American Bicentennial
National Park, in the Ju-
dean Mountains, in a bibli-
cal area, 25 miles from Jeru-
salem, as a tribute to the
Shayes from the Detroit
Jewish community.
The Honorable Philip G.
Givens, former mayor of To-
ronto and former member
of the Canadian Parliament
will head the program. Giv-
ens is president of the Cana-

dian Zionist Federation and
was general chairman of the
United Israel Appeal.
Wilfred B. Doner, foun-
der and chairman of the
W. B. Doner Advertising
Agency, is the dinner
chairman.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Shaarey Zedek will make a
special presentation on be-
half of JNF to the Shayes,
longtime members of the
congregation; Mark E.
Schlussel, president of Jew-
ish National Fund, will wel-

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REMEMBER HOW YOU LOVED
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IVIDGINI AT

*

Barry R. Dix, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Harold G. Dix of
Tavistock Trail, Southfield,
received his MD degree with
distinction from the Univer-
sity of Michigan School of
Medicine. He is a member of
Phi Peta Kappa and Alpha
Omega Alpha honorary
fraternities.
* * *
Anne Panush, a teacher
in the Detroit public school
system for the past 30
years, has announced her
retirement. Mrs. Panush
taught at Mackenzie Ele-
mentary, Norvell, Ruddi-
man and Leslie schools. The
Leslie school staff tendered
Mrs. Panush a special
luncheon on the occasion of
her retirement.
* * *
Jerold I. Schneider was
elected chairman of the
young lawyers section of the
Detroit Bar Association for
the 1976-77 year. He also
will be a delegate to the
American Bar Association
annual meeting in Atlanta.
* * *
Mrs. Oscar Feldman of
Huntington Woods recently
was elected chairman of the
Detroit Institute of Arts
Volunteer Committee.
* * *
William H. Schwartz is
the new Detroit Postmaster
and sectional center man-
ager for 48 associate post of-
fices in the Detroit area.
* * *
Mrs. Beverly Benhaim
was re-elected vice president
and Alan Kroker, secretary
of the Oak Park Goodfel-
lows at the annual meeting.
Incumbent directors, Mor-
ton Krosnick, Morton
Zumberg and Marjorie
Naftaly, also were re--
elected.

Bernard Friedman opened CAMP TANUGA in 1952, with the idea that kids who learn to
cope with nature grow up to contend well with life's challenges. The concept has been
successful, as year after year young campers return. Friedman has been president of the

Michigan Camping Association.
CAMP TANUGA has facilities for 200 youngsters. There are usually 10 boys or girls per
cabin, with two counselors. The food is good & nutritious. A doctor and nurse are on the

premises at all times.
There is whatever activity a child wants, carefully supervised and planned so that no
youngster ever feels left out, but is still given time to learn, time to grow at his own pace.

CAMP TANUGA is the place to grow this summer.

SPECIAL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES .. .

* Canoeing
* Horseback Riding
* Swimming
* Sailing
* Water Skiing
* Tennis
* Handball

* Backpacking
* Crafts
* Drama
* Volleyball
* Softball
* Football

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* Fishing
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* Roller Skating
* Minature Golf
* Golf
* Overnight Camping Trip

* Soccer

$325
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JUNE 28 to AUGUST 22: Two Week Period
Four Week Period
New Program every week
Eight Week Period

CAMP TANUGA* is located on the shores of Manistee Lake.
10 miles northeast of Kalkaska, Michigan. Your children will
love the 1,200 acres of woodland northland and it's only
4 hours from Detroit!

*Member of the American & Michigan Camping Association

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FOR RESERVATIONS OR MORE INFORMATION
CALL BERNARD FRIEDMAN. . 354-7400

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