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March 28, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DRAPKIN

Photography

Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Social Events

647-5731

Eves. and Weds.

Jack Drapkin
851-2671

Over 30 Years

`Sheba' Begins
at Meadow Brook

"Come Back, Little
Sheba," by William Inge,
will be presented through
April 20 at Meadow Brook
Theatre. For tickets or in-
formation, call the theater
box office, 377-3300.

•••••••••••••••••••••••rnme 11).0.0

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Pesach is the sweetest time
• " In all the Jewish calendar.


It is a season of good wine,


Of festive foods and Samovar.

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But if you're one from here or thar
That never uses a Samovar; don't dispar!
In all things, there's some that ain't and
some that are!

But all agree on one delight, by far:

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•••••••••••••••••••••••• ■ •Maaa mambo.,

What else can we say?

We are indeed happy that you selected

Dexter-Davison Market

We wish to apologize for any inconvenience
or delay caused in handling the large crowds.

We are sorry that we didn't have a






Bigger Store
More - Shopping Carts
More time in the day
More "Koyach" (strength)

Naomi
tippe

ESTELLE RAPPAPORT

MAURICE BETMAN

Estelle Wilk Rappaport President Ephraim Katzir,
will be honored by the and first Druze emissary
Greater Detroit Council of to represent Israel abroad.
Pioneer Women as its Eric Rosenow will provide
woman of the year" noon music. For information,
April 10 at Town and Coun- call Bonds, 968-0200; or Pi-
try Club on behalf of State oneer Women, 851-0750.
of Israel Bonds which is cel-
In other Bonds activities,
ebrating its 25th anniver- membership in the exclusive
sary this year.
_Prime Minister's Club
Born in Toronto, Mrs. (purchasers of $25,000 and
Rappaport has been an ar- up) and trustees division
dent Zionist since age 14 was increased in a recent
when she joined Young Ju- Bond enrollment meeting in
dea. She later became a the home of David Herme-
member of the Labor Zion- lin. Israel Ambassador to
ist Organization and Avo- Sweden Avner Idan ad-
dah Chapter of Pioneer dressed the meeting.
Women. She was an officer
Meanwhile, Nathan P.
at the chapter and council Rossen, community leader
levels, and helped begin two and member of the Prime
chapters. She also was on Minister's Club, received a
the board of Histadrut.
check for $50,000 for Bonds
Mrs. Rappaport has from James J. Gaffke, trust
worked with her husband, officer of City National
Oscar, in promoting pro- Bank.
jects on behalf of Israel and
A meeting to relate fea-
Bonds.
tures
of State of Israel
A member of Women's
Bicur Cholem, Sinai Hospi- Bonds to pension and re-
tal Women's Guild and a tirement programs will be
charter member of the De- held 8:30 a.m. April 4 in
troit Symphony Orchestra, Stouffer's Restaurant,
Mrs. Rappaport will be Southfield.
presented with the David
Maurice A. Betman, pres-
Ben-Gurion Award "for de- ident of Pension Actuaries
voted leadership in the and Insurance Consultants,
spirit of David Ben-Gurion, Southfield, and a member of
founder of Israel Bonds."-
the Million Dollar Round
Guest speaker at the Table, will chair the meet-
luncheon will be Kamal ing. For reservations, call
Mansour, adviser on mi- Betman, 355-1166, or Bonds,
nority affairs to Israel 968-0200.

your ideal and

COMPLETE
SUPER MARKET

TO ALL OUR

FINE FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS

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collier _varnifieJ

MRS. SARAH LAKER _
Sarah Laker was honored
by more than 350 friends,
relatives and guests at a
surprise birthday party
tendered her by her hus-
band, Harry, Sunday at
Cohg. Beth Achim.
Laker, president of the
synagogue and a member
for more than 40 years, has
been married to his wife for
48 years. Their children are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Laker,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Laker
and Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Laker. The senior Lakers
have eight grandchildren.
Mrs. Laker came to the
U.S. from Padolsk, Russia,
in 1925. She and her hus-
band are members of the
Pinkster Progressive Aid
Society, and this year were
honored as "the outstanding
couple of the year."
During the evening the
Laker sons paid tribute to
their mother in poetry and
prose, including a "This is
Your Life" sketch. In her
honor, her husband donated
a mobile amplifying system
to Beth Achim, where he is
president, and the Pinksker
Progressive Air Society con-
tributed $200 for new Torah
mantles.
Laker is the owner of Ace
Wiping Cloth Co. in Detroit.

Center Summer
Registration to End

One week remains in
member-only registration
for the 1975 Jewish Commu-
nity Center Summer Pro-
gram.
Until April 4, members of
the Center may register for
one or more of the many
programs and activities
comprising this year's sum-
mer schedule. After April 4,
both members and non-
members may register.
For information, contact
the Center Group Services
office, 341-4200.

Dexter-Davison Market

AND A HEALTHY HAPPY PASSOVER

A man should always
pray in a house that has
windows.
—The Talmud

"The Personal Touch"

Please bear with us and
we will continue to make

THANK YOU "CHAG SAMEACH"

Birthday Bash
for Sarah Laker










for your passover needs.

Pioneer Women to Honor
Mrs. Rappaport for Bonds

Friday, March 28, 1975 31

Israel Bonds Prime Minister's Club members at-
tending a recent enrollment meeting at the home of
David Hermelin were, from left: David Holtzman, presi-
dent of the Prime Minister's Club; Irwin I. Cohn, Israel
Ambassador to Sweden Avner Idan, Nathan P. Rossen,
Irving Hermelin and David Hermelin. Rossen recently
accepted a $50,000 check from James J. Gaffke, trust of-
ficer of City National Bank, on behalf of Bonds.

Globetrotters Plan Performances

Meadowlark Lemon, the
Clown Prince of Basketball,
will join the rest of the Har-
lem Globetrotters basket-
ball team for two perform-

ances 2 and 8 p.m. April 12
at Olympia Stadium.
Tickets are available at
Hudson's, Sears, Grinnell's
and the Olympia box office.

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