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January 22, 1971 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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JEWISH

"Mir
NNWS
26—Friday,
Jewry 22, 1971

73nai

Brith.

Activities

CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will
hold a board meeting 8:15 p.m.
Feb. 9 at the home of Mrs. Gerald
Eisenshtadt, 25180 Parsons, South-
field. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Ed-
win Tarnapol and Mrs. Jerry Stein,
announces the president, Mrs. My-
ron Gruskin.








TIKVAH, BRANDEIS and GALI-
LEE chapters will meet noon
Tuesday at Beth Hillel Synagogue.
Speaker will be Dr. Edward Leib-
son, executive director of NARCO
(Narcotics, Additiction, Rehabilita-
tion Coordinating Organization).
Dessert luncheon will follow.

• •
SHALOM CHAPTER will be pre-
sented with its charter at the first
installation of officers 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the Huntington Woods Li-
brary and Cultural Center. Officers
are Mesdames Charles Bennett,
president; E. John Klein, David
Kaplan and Joel Adelman, vice
presidents; Leo Mertz, treasurer;
and David Burnstein, Sheldon
Rocklin and Miss Rosanne Bet-
man, secretaries. For information,
call Miss Berman, 646-9051.

• •
HENRY minwErrnuu CHAP-
TER will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. David
Kelman, 27445 Bradford, South-
field. Registered nurse Sally Kauf-
man will relate the experiences
she and her husband, Dr. Myron
Kaufman, encountered when they
served aboard the mercy ship,
S.S. Hope.

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James N. Laker
Marshall Lodge
Man of the Year

James N. Laker, a leader in
Bnai Brith for nearly 30 years, has
been chosen "Marshill Man of the
Year" and will be honored at the
second annual Louis Marshall
Lodge and Chapter Israel Bond
Dinner-Dance 8:15 p.m. Feb.• 13 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Humorist
Joey Adams will head the enter-
tainment. Joseph
Feldman is din-
ner-dance chair-
man. Harry Kol-
tonow and Mrs.
Samuel Gottlieb
are co-chairmen.
Laker, who came
to Detroit in 1934,
was born in
Windsor and at-
tended the Uni-
versity of Toren-
Laker
to. He joined Marshall Lodge in
1943 and since then has been in-
volved in every phase of Bnai Brith
activities. He served as final Brill,
council's BBYO (Youth Organiza-
tion) chairman for a number of
years and was an adviser to AZA
young men's groups for over 10
years. Working in cooperation with
the Police Youth Bureau, he has
received two citations for his work
with youth. Laker was active in
World War II aid programs.

Is 1949, Laker was elected

by AJCS affiliated institu-
50 Pct. Hike in
Number ,_ vided"
Annual Fete in Livonia of
dons and to make recommenda-
Aged Due in montrea
I I tions on program needs now and
to Unite Three Faiths
future.

Daniel Lord Council Knights of
Columbus, Livonia Lodge of the
Masons and Brotherhood Lodge of
Bnal Brith will observe Brother-
hood Week at their annual Li-
vonia Inter-Fraternal Brotherhood
Dinner 8:30 p.m., Feb. 27 at
Madonna College, Livonia,. Levan
and Schoolcraft Roads in Livonia.
For tickets, call Mark Klinger,
478-4580; Floyd Bornstein, 474-
8138; or Harold Michaels, 353-
3875.

Pontiac_ Assembly
to Explore Drug Problem

"Pontiac's Answers to the Drug
Problem" will be discussed by a
panel 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bnai
Israel Synagogue.
Open to the public, the disdis-
sion will feature Judge Kenneth
Hemsteadi George Caronis of the
Mayor's Action Committee; Ken-
neth Walker of the Moder' Treat-
ment Center; and attorney Barry
Keller. The program is sponsored
by Bnai Brith. Refreshments will
be served.

Students on ADL Board

BOSTON (JTA) — The Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith
office here has reported that col-
lege students in the area are being
represented directly for the first
time on the ADL policy-making
regional board of directors with
the election of four students to
the board. Three alternates also
were named to the board as were
three Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
tion representatives. The election
of students to the regional board
stemmed from the work of a lay-
men-student committee which has
worked on combating anti-Israel
activities on local campuses.

president of Marshall Lodge, and
in 1954, he was elected president
et the Metropolitan Detroit Baal
Brith CenneiL 'Twenty years
later, in 1870, his sem, Kenneth,
was elected president of Marshall
Lodge. He is the president now,
when his father Is being lammed.
In 1948 and 1949, Laker was ac-
tive in aiding Materials for Israel,
Inc., and worked with Sally Fields
and Harry Cohen in providing sup-
Michigan has a larger variety of
plies to help the new state of Is- commercial tree species than any
rael, in its war of liberation and other state, and its forest product
afterward. Marshall Lodge held a industries contribute almost $1,000,-
benefit to raise funds for . Materials 000,000 annually to the Michigan
for Israel.
economy.
Laker edited the Marshall Lodge
News for 14 years and the district
convention newspapers for 15
years.
Laker has been prominent in
work with prisoners, especially at
Jackson Prison, and was honored
by Msgr. Clement Kern of Holy
Trinity Church as one of the "gen-
uine Corktown Irish," for his help
in Corktown. He has been active in
Boys Clubs and in cooperating with
juvenile court.
Laker has been active in the
Allied Jewish Campaign, in the
Jewish National Fund and especi-
ally in the. Israel Bond Campaign,
since the initiation of the Israel
Bond drive and the Bnai Brith
Bond program.
Laker is a member of Perfec-
tion Lodge of Masons, is a 32nd
Degree Mason and a member of
the Crescent Shrine Club. He and
his wife Toby have two sons,
Kenneth and Martin, and a
daughter,
Roberta, and five
grandei
ddres.

For reservations to the dinner-
dance, which will be preceded by

a cocktail reception, call the Israel
Bond office, 352-8770.



Robert Lurie, St. Louis TV and

radio director and producer, will
be the guest speaker at a leader-
ship reception, on behalf of LOW;

Marshall Lodge
and Chapter,
Bnal Brith, which
will be hosted by
Mr. and
Mrs.
Harry Kaufman,
8:30 p.m. Feb. 2,
at their home,
1318 Ardmoor,
Birmingham. The
= will
ll be
of the
sec ond annual
Lurie
Marshall Israel
Bond dinner-dance.

Michigan leads the nation in the
production of red tart cherries, dry
ttlible beans, blueberries, cucum-
bers for pickles and eastern -white
Xesolts winter wheat.
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will increase by about 50 per cent
in the next two decades and the
number of Jewish children in the
5-to-14 year bracket will go up
from the current total of 16,000
here to about 20,000 in the same
period, according to projections in
two studies sponsored by the Allied
Jewish Community Services.
The study on health services was
made by an outside consultant firm
under direction of an AJCS com-
mittee assigned to "study the range
of health care services now pro-

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