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June 03, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-03

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Friday, January 28, 1977 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

For the Finest

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Friedmans Will Be Honored at Beth Shalom Bond Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Friedman will be honored
by Cong. Beth Shalom at a
tribute dinner, 7 p.m. June
16, in the synagogue social
hall.
The dinner will mark the
congregation's celebration
of the 10th Anniversary of
Reunited Jerusalem, and
the Friedmans will be the
recipients of Israel's
"United Jerusaletn"
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their dedication to their
synagogue and the commu-
nity, and their leadership in
Israel's economic devel-
opment program.
Rabbi David A. Nelson,
spiritual leader of Cong.
Beth Shalom will accept a
special State of Israel Bond
plaque on behalf of the sync
gogue, as an expressionof
Israel's .gratitude for beth
shalom's continued support
of the Israel Bond cam-
paign.
Mrs. Friedman is a past
president of George Gersh-
win Bnai Brith, a member
of ORT, Hadassah and Pio-
neer Women, and is a Fel-
low in the American Col-
lege of Nursing Home Ad-
ministrators. She. is a 1977
State of Israel Bond Nation-
al Honorary Societies
Trustee.
Frank Friedman is a 1976
member of the Israel Bond
Prime Minister's Club; the

Say little but do much.
-Shamai

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Mr. & Mrs. FRIEDMAN

Israel Lodge, Bnai Brith;
the Oak Park Masonic
Lodge and the American
College of Nursing Home
Administrators.
He is on the board of
Beth Shalom and had been
a member of the synagogue

choir for more than 20
years.
"FIRST FOR
Dinner co-chairmen are
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gor-
don, who were honored with
A REASON"
Israel's "Koach" Award at
the 1976 Beth Shalom-Israel
Bond Dinner.
Committee members in- [
clude: Mr. and Mrs. Jef-
frey Dunn; Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Elkus; Mrs. Samuel L.
Greenbaum; Mr. Charles
Isackson; Mr. and Mrs.
David Klein; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Kramer; Mrs. Rob-
ert Littky; Mr. and Mrs.
Morrey Mendelson; Mrs.
David A. Nelson; Dr. and
Mrs. Irwin Phillips; Mrs.
Rena. Richman; Mr. and
Mrs. Felix Rosenzweig;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shad-
man; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sklarchyk, and Mrs. Esther
Tarnoff.
For information and din-
ner reservations, call the
synagogue office, LI 7-7970,
616 0 CASS AVE.
or the Israel Bond office,
968-0200.
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Special citations in recognition of their service to the
Tamarack Hills Authority and Fresh Air Society were pre-
spnted to Tamarack Hills' retiring chairman Bert L..Smok-
ler and executive director Sam Marcus at the Jewish Wer-
ffare Federation Board of 'Governor meeting last .week.
•TENNIS DRESSES
Shown are, from left, Marcus, Federation President Mar-
tin E. Citrin, Mrs. Marcus and Mr. and Mrs. _Smok-
•SUN DRESSES
ier.
* * *
Bert Smokier, who • re-
throughout the year. No
•SUN SUITS
other Jewish community
cently retired as chairman
•PLAY SUITS
can boast of a program
of the Tamarack Hills Au-
equal in scope," he said.
thority, was honored for his
Lester Burton is the new
more than two decades of
They'll be set to go in
chairman of the Tamarack
service to the organization
their favorite clothes in
Hills Authority, which main-
at last week's meeting of
easy care fabrics. A
tains all camping facilities,
lovely collection of pas-
the Jewish Welfare Feder-
including the two main
tel high fashion play
ation Board of Governors.
camps at Ortonville and
clothes in both polyester
At the same meeting,
Brighton, Camp Kennedy,
and cotton.
Sam Marcus was honored
Agree Outpost Camp, and
for 25 years' service. as the
SIZES 2-4
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executive head of both the
base camps.
authority and Fresh Air So-
$ 4 to $7
Tamarack Hills Authority
ciety.
SIZES 4-6X
also manages use of the
Federation President Mar-
$ 7 to $ 12
camp facilities "off season"
tin E. Citrin, who preSented
SIZES 7-14
by schools, synagogues,
citations to Smokler and
Marcus, emphasized the churches and other groups.
$8 to $14
In the past 10 years, such
concept of cooperation be-
use
of
the
camp
has
almost
tween lay and professional
leadership in the "Feder- doubled.
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Citrin said Smokler had uals from 138 groups attend-
the vision to see the future ed some activity at Camp
Tamarack.
and the dedication to fulfill-
ment that has brought na-
tion-wide acclaim to the
Tamarack Hills Authority."
"With his encouragement,
the Tamarack Hills Author-
ity has developed year-
round facilities and struc-
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the young and the old, the
privileged and the under-pri-
vileged, boys and girls,
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