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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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46 Friday, December 3, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lakers Mark Golden Anniversary

He is a past board
member of the Interna-
tional Association of Wip-
ing Cloth Manufacturers.
He also is active in the
Crescent and Boulevard
Shrine Clubs and the De-
troit Round Table of the
National Conference of
Christians and Jews.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(Sarah) Laker will be
•"-.7' honored by their children
Saturday on the occasion
Of their 50th wedding
anniversry.

Their children are
Messrs. and Mesdames
Irving (Beverly) Laker,
Gerald (Elaine) Laker
and Martin (Renee)
Laker.

The senior Lakers will
be honored at a kidush
Saturday at Cong. Beth
Achim, following Shabat
morning services. Mr.
Laker is a past president
of the congregation. That
evening a dinner-dance
will be tendered the
couple at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, where they will

ORT's network of 86
schools around Israel is
now responsible, for
nearly half of all voca-
tional education at sec-
ondary level.

Slomovitz Will
Speak to JNF

THE LAKERS

repeat their wedding

VOWS.

The Lakers are 40-year
members of the Pinsker
Progressive Aid Society,
of which Mr. Laker is pres-
ident. The , ouple also are
active in efforts for Israel
Bonds, Jewish National
Fund and the Allied
Jewish Campaign.
Mr. Laker is past mas-
ter of the Craftsman
Lodge of the Masons and
is a 32nd degree Mason.

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Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of the De-
troit Jewish News, will
address the annual elec-
tion meeting of the
Jewish National Fund of
Greater Detroit 8:15 p.m.,
Wednesday, at the Zionist
Cultural Center, it was
announced by Mark E.
Schlussel, president.
Slomovitz will speak on
"Today's Significant Ev-
ents and Their Effect
Upon JNF's Current
Situation." Slomovitz is
the founder and was the
first Detroit JNF presi-
dent.
A complete slate of of-
ficers and members of the
board of directors will be
elected. Reports will be
presented and refresh-
ments will be served. For
information, call the JNF
Office, 968-0820.

A Jew, David Salisbury
Franks, was sent to Paris
in 1784, with the ratifica-
tion of the peace treaty
between England and the
United States.

Bnai Brith Activities

CENTENNIAL . CHAP-
TER will hold an open
board meeting 12:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of
Laurice Parr, 29470
Marimoor, Southfield.
Luncheon will be served
and a special program on
the Bnai Brith Women's
Child Abuse Program will
be presented. Barbara
Alpern, president, and
Janet Pont, program
chairman, invite prospec-
tive members. For infor-
mation and reservations,
by Sunday, call Mrs. Pont,
355-5276, or Barbara Co-
den, 358-3983.
* * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER
will meet noon Tuesday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. June
Scott, a major drug com-
pany's representative,
will speak on "Generic
Drugs." Mrs. Morris
Harelik, president, and
Mrs. Phillip Kramer, pro-
gram chairman, invite
friends. A nominal fee for
luncheon is payable at
the door.
* * *
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER will have a
Hanuka bazaar at its De-
cember meeting to take
place 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Balmoral Apts. club
house. Gifts and holiday
treats will be featured.
Friends are invited. For
information, call Brenda
Goodman, 541-2914.
* * *
TZEDAKAH CHAPTER
will have a general mem-
bership meeting and
Hanuka games party 8
p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Marilynn Mit-
tleman, 23531 Wildwood,
Oak Park. Guests are re-
quested to bring a grab-
bag gift and game equip-
ment. For reservations,
call Ms. Mittleman, 968-
6377. Persons interested
in joining the working
women's chapter may call

Smokier Heads
State Bar Unit

This
lease
is based
on a
$1500
down payment
OFFER EXPIRES

Detroit's Newest Cadillac Dealer

Ferndale
attorney
Nedwin L. Smokler has
been named chairman of
the State Bar of Michi-
gan's Committee on Civil
Liberties for a second
year. His term of office
will run through 1977.
Formerly the associate
general counsel for the
UAW-CIO, Smokier now
spends his time on volun-
tary work for the State
Bar and other organiza-
tions.
He is a member of the
management executive
committee of the Ameri-
can Civil Liberties Union
of Michigan, a member of
the Michigan Council on
Crime and Delinquency, a
past member of the board
of directors of the Buil-
der's Association of Met-
ropolitan Detroit.

I

Men's Clubs

AESCULAPIAN
PHARMACEUTICAL
ASSOCIATION will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Cranbrook Apts. club
house. Refreshments will
be served by the au-
xiliary.

Jeannie Weiner, 855-2045.
* * *
HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will have a
dinner meeting 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Carlyle
Towers Apts. club room.
Major donors to the
Youth and Services Ap-
peal of Bnai Brith will be
honored. Guests are in-
vited, and a social hour
with refreshments will
follow.

*

* *

Bnai Brith Men
Offer Scholarship

Century
Oakland
Lodge of Bnai Brith
announces it is seeking a
needy Jewish student to
receive its annual
scholarship award.
Criteria for selecting a
student include: the reci-
pient must be a Jewish
student from the met-
ropolitan Detroit area; he
must maintain' superior
scholarship; he must
demonstrate a need for
such financial assistance;
and he must show leader-
ship qualities or potential
(campus participation or
community activity).
The student must sub-
mit a brief memorandum
stating qualifications on
each point. Applications
may be mailed to Sol E.
Goldberg 25625 South-
field Rd., Suite 100,
Southfield 48075 (559-
4411).

NCCJ Award
Winner Picked

NEW YORK — John D.
deButts, chairman of the
board and chief executive
officer of American .Tele-
phone and Telegraph Co.,
will be presented with the
12th Charles Evans
Hughes Award of the Na-
tional Conference of
Christians and Jews at
the opening dinner of the
NCCJ's annual meeting
Sunday in the New York
Hilton Hotel.
Irving Mitchell Felt,
national chairman of the
NCCJ's executive board
and board chairman of
Madison Square Garden
Corp., is dyinner chairman.
The Charles Evans
Hughes Award is given
"for courageous leader-
ship in governmental,
civic and humanitarian
affairs" and is named in
honor of the late Chief
Justice Hughes, one of
the founders of the NCCJ
in 1928.

King Khaled Seeks
A New Holy War

NEW YORK — King
Khaled of Saudi Arabia
called on tfie Islamic
world this week to "free
Jerusalem."
Speaking as Moslems
converged on Mecca dur-
ing their annual pilgrim-
age, Khaled said, "From
this holy spot I urge all
Moslem brethren
everywhere in the world
to unite and struggle to
regain Islam's third-
holiest shrine (after
Mecca and Medina) in
Jerusalem."

Water Discovery
Made in Negev

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Mekorot, Israel's water
company, has discovered
an underground water
reservoir near the Dead
Sea capable of yielding
one million gallons of
sweet water an hour.

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