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April 29, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Laker Honored at Beth Achim

Harry Laker was hono red
Mrs. Laker gave the toast
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at a testimonial dinner by
to Israel, Irving Laker gave
private and confidential by appointment
Cong. Beth Achim in app re-
the invocation, Martin
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ciation of his many servic es
Laker recited the Motzi and
to the synagogue and in
Dr. Gerald Laker recited a
other capacities, on Ap ril
The ripest in
-
benediction.
21. The event, at which W il-
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The honoree was present-
Liam Friedman served as
ed with a scroll of apprecia-
toastmaster, became a fa m-
tion by Rabbi •IVillton Arm.
ily saga, with the honore e's
Other honors accorded
wife, Sarah, and their th ree
Harry Laker were ex-
sons having important rol es ,,pressed in resolutions read
on the program.
by Sheldon Jacobs. They in-
The evening was devo ted
cluded one for the planting
to celebrating Israel's 29th
of trees in Israel through
anniversary, which o c- • the Jewish National Fund,
curred on that day, and t wo
special declarations honor-
major addresses dealt w ith
ing Laker issued by the De-
the issues confronting the
troit City Council and the
Jewish state. Lou Gordo n,
Michigan legislature, and a
the popular television co m-
greeting written in behalf
mentator, and U.S. Sena tor
Jine geci, gai4 and
of President Carter.
s
Donald Riegle gave wa m-
Harry Laker, in his re-
ings of impending .dange rs
sponse, 'expressed his grat-
t to Israel, the Arab boyco tt,
itude for the close family
the arming of the Ara bs
ties enjoyed by the Lake_rs
and in other menacin
and the importance of
situations. (See story on
synagogue and community
P age 1 and Commenta ry,
involvements.
Page 2).
The program included the
singing of the national an-
Lincoln Towers Apt.
Elizabeth Dell
thems. by Cantor Simon Ber-
Bonwit's to Sell
15075 Lincoln Rd.
Grace Alter
manis, "Benshen" by Larry
Breast Prosthesi S Fox,
Oak Park, Mich. 48237
Sally Biederman
greetings by the presi- .
The country's foremo st
dent of Beth Achim, Allan
p rosthesis desikner an
Silverman, and the address
manufacturer will introduc e
of tribute to the honoree by
he "Nearly Me" brea st
Friedman.
f orm during a week-long fi t-
t ing clinic May 16-20 at Bo n-
UAHC's Syme Due
wit Teller.
Ruth Handler, herself a for Detroit Forum
mastectomee, searched fo r
Former Detroiter liabbi
ix years for a suitable, na t-
Daniel Syme, acting direc-
ural-looking form followin
ancer surgery in 197 0. tor of the Commission on
Jewish Education of the
U nable to find one, she corn
Union of American Hebrew
b fined efforts with world-re
Congregations, will address
owned prosthetics design
a meeting of teachers in
e r Peyton Massey to deve
Jewish schools 1:30 p.m.
0 p a natural-looking, -- corn
Monday in the United Hebr-
f ortable form.
ew Schools main building.
GIVE THE BRIDE-TO-BE
Mrs. Handler and her as
Rabbi Syme will speak on
istants
will
be
in
Bonwit'
THE TRADITIONAL GIFT
T roy store to open th e classroom methodologies.
The son of Rabbi M. Rob-
A European Style
Nearly Me" Botique. Cus
ert Syrn,, of Temple Israel
i•O mer appointments .wit h
and Mrs. - Syme, Rabbi
t rained fitters can b e
Syme has been active in Re-
b0
oked
in
advance
for
th
e
custom made
w eek May 16-20 through th e form Jewish educational cir-
cles.
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Dr.- Jay Stern, UHS super-
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Factory Showroom
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Lions Club Plans
Health-Services

The Motor City Lions
Club has expanded its pub-
lic service program of glau-
coma testing to include a
spot vision test, blood pres-
sure and hearing tests. The
public is invited to take ad-
vantage of the service 9:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m. May 14 at
the Northwest YMCA, 21755
W. Seven Mile. The tests
are available at no charge.

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Convention Begins

New York—The Associ-
ation of Parents of Ameri-
can Israelis (APAI), will
hold its first national con-
vention today. through
Sunday at the glatt kosher
Lafayette Motor Inn in At-
lantic City, N.J.

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