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August 17, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Irving Laker Named Head of High Holiday Bond Drive

Irving Laker has been
named to head the High
Holy Day campaign to
mobilize increased eco-
nomic aid to Israel through
the purchase of Israel
Bonds. David B. Hermelin
is general chairman of De-
troit's Israel Bond drive.
Laker emphasized that
"ongoing development
needs still remain. A $1 bil-
lion Economic Development
for Peace Loan (Sixth De-
velopment Issue) has been
launched, in order to pro-

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aid for internal develop-
ment. To meet this great
challenge, we must make

Mishkan Israel
Nursery Takes
Fall Registration

The Cong. Mishkan Israel
nursery will open its fall
registration on Sunday for
children age 2 1/2-4.
The nursery program will
be conducted by Mrs. Aviva
Lane. Classes will be held
Monday through Thursday,
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
the Cong. Mishkan Israel.
Three- or four-day pro-
grams are available. Snacks
will be provided daily.
The nursery program
includes arts and crafts,
music, field trips and les-
sons about Judaism and
Jewish holidays. There
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Jewish identity and par-
ticipation in activities de-
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double-level investments —
a regular Bond purchase
plus a $1,000 loan."
The High Holy Days of
Rosh Hashana and Yom
Kippur have provided
the occasion for active
participation of Or-
thodox, Conservative
and Reform congrega-
tions in the Israel Bond
program since its incep-
tion in 1951.
Israel Bonds are the prin-
cipal source of funds for the

development of the coun-
try's industry and agricul-
ture, the exploitation of
natural resources, construc-
tion of highways, housing
and harbors, and the crea-
tion of jobs for newcomers.
Since the first Bond issue
inaugurated in the United
States in 1951, the sale of
Bonds has exceeded $4.3 bil-
lion. Recently the Sixth De-
velopment Issue of $1 bil-
lion was made available in
the free world.

* * *

Beth Achim Cites Lakers
on Behalf of Israel Bonds

Cong. Beth Achim, in
cooperation with State of Is-
rael Bonds, will honor
Harry and Sarah Laker of
Southfield "in tribute to
their loyalty and support to
the synagogue and the
Jewish institutions of the
community." The Lakers
will be the recipients of the
State of Israel's Lion of
Judah Peace Award at the
congregation's Annual Is-
rael Bond Dinner, to be held
7:15 p.m. Sept. 13 at the
synagogue. Cocktails will
be served at 6:30 p.m.
Max Nosanchuk is dinner
chairman.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Laker emigrated to Detroit
53 years ago. She is a
member of the Order of the
Eastern Star and has been a
member of the Pinsker Pro-
gressive Aid Society for al-
most 50 years.
Like Mrs. Laker, her hus-
band has contributed al-
most a half century of serv-
ice to Pinsker, and has held
every office in the organiza-
tion, including numerous
terms as president. During
World War II, the Lakers
were appointed Pinsker's
co-chairmen for U.S. Sav-
ings Bonds sales, ultimately
selling over $1.5 million in
U.S. Bonds. The U.S. gov-
ernment honored them for
this achievement by nam -
ing a Mustang fighter plane
for the Pinsker organiza-
tion. The couple were desig-
nated Pinsker's "Couple of
the Year" in 1974.
Laker, who was born in
Poland and immigrated
to Canada, spending six
years there before mov-
ing to the United States, is
an active member of
many other organiza-
tions and has received
several honorary awards
for his contributions and
services.
He has served on the
board of the Hebrew Be-
nevolent Society for 35
years. He is former worship-
ful master of Blue Lodge
Masonic Order of the
Craftsman Lodge 521, a
32nd, degree Mason, a
member of the Scottish Rite
Consistory Bodies, a noble
in the Shriners of Moslem
Temple and a member of the
Crescent Shrine Club, the
Boulevard Shrine Club and
the Order of the Eastern
Star. He has been active in
the Histadrut and Labor
Zionist movement and has
actively participated in De-
troit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-

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Births

Aug. 12 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur J. Schatz
(former Detroiter Irene
Molner) of North Miami
Beach, Fla., a daughter,
Jennifer Molner.

* * *

Aug. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Raskin (Bea
Levitt) of Livonia, a son, Jay
Neil. •

tans and Jews.
Laker has served as
president of Cong. Beth
Achim for two consecutive
terms and is on its board of
directors. He also holds
membership in the men's
club of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
For tribute dinner reser-
vations and information,
call the Israel Bond office,
557-2900.

Divorce Focus
of Discussion-

SPACE, a service of the
Natonal Council of Jewish
Women, for separated, di-
vorced and widowed men
and women, will hold a dis-
cussion and workshop 8
p.m. Thursday at the NCJW
offices, 16400 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield.
Topic for discussion will
be "Divorce — Stumbling
Block or Stepping Stone."
Executive Director Nadine
Bell will lead the discus-
sion. Admission is nominal.
Meanwhile, the weekly
drop-in discussion group
will take place 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the NCJW offices.
A trained facilitator will be
on hand to guide the rap
session. There is a charge.
For information about
SPACE programs, call
Phyllis Chassin, daily be-
tween 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. at
557-9604.

Women's League
Board to Meet

Michigan Branch of
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism will have
a board meeting 10 a.m.
Thursday at Beth Israel
Synagogue, 5240 Calkins,
Flint.
Reservations are to be
made to the individual sis-
terhood presidents. There is
a charge for the luncheon,
which will be served by the
hostess sisterhood.

Michael Alan.
* * *
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Kaye (Helen Schwartz),
13345 Ludlow, Huntington
Woods, a daughter, Randi
Lyn.

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* * *

Aug. 10 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Wayburn
(Andi Benderoff) of Oak
Park, a son Brent Leonard.

* * *

Aug. 9 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Carl B. Lauter (Jain. B.
Mogill), 4803 Thorntree
Dr., West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Rebekah Dana.
* * *
Aug. 7 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Jordan Cherkinsky (Mar-
lene Miller) of Farmington
Hills, a son, Joshua Aaron.

* * *

THE LAKERS

Friday, August 11, 1979 41

Aug. 5 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Yale Falick (Elisa Goldin)
of Bloomfield Hills, a
daughter, Julie Beth.
** *
July 29 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Allan Lasser (Suzanne Lip-
ton) of Farmington Hills, a
daughter, Nanci Ilyse.

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