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September 21, 1979 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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—74 Friday, September 21, 1919

The Weisses

Wish You and Yours
A HAPPY ,
NEW YEAR

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Statewide Honors for Lakers
at Record Israel Bond Event

Harry and Sarah Laker,
recipients of the coveted
Lion of Judah Award from
the Israel Bond Organiza-
ZzatLt (WEatfizt tion, were extended
encomia from many civic
at the Israel Bond
E ( Witt groups
dinner sponsored by Cong.
GS12E-CIE & Zzatfizt Beth Achim in their honor,
at the synagogue Sept. 13.
Friedman,
William
efEatIE'Ll
r toastmaster, read many
proclamations in their
ptocricling
honor, including the setting
of Laker Day by the State
rofEdsiorzat
Legislature, the cities of
Southfield and Highland
Caw fo
Park, and other communal
groups.
out cSItEciE
Friedman also welcomed,
as a mark of esteem for the
Zzatfizzgat ME 12b honorees, many eminent
guests, headed by Supreme
Holiday Special
Court Justice and Mrs. G.
$5 off a coat
Mennen Williams:
$3 off a jacket
Max Nosanchuck, as
chairman of the honors
Oak Park
committee, presided at the
10612 W. 9 Mile
event attended by more
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than 300 who set a record in
Royal Oak
Israel Bond sales with a mil-
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Shown at Cong. Beth Achim's Israel Bond dinner
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Sarah) Laker are, from
left, David Hermelin, the Lakers, Max Nosanchuk,
guest speaker Frank Gervasi, Rabbi Milton Arm and
Allan Rosenberg.
* * *
David Hermelin ap-
family accounted for more
than $200,000 of this sum peared in an already wide-
and it included a purchase ly applauded role as the
of $250,000 by the Beth mobilizer of support for Is-
Achim synagogue. The lat- rael Bonds. He conducted
ter announcement was the enrollment of Bond pur-
made by synagogue chasers and succeeded in his
president Allen Rosenberg, aim to make it a million dol-
who was among the princi- lar Bond event.
pal speakers at the dinner.
Frank Gervasi, guest
speaker, refuted the anti-
Israeli propaganda recently
spread in efforts to under-
mine the peace, and em-
phasized the justice of re-
taining Jerusalem as an
undivided capital of Israel.
Laker, responding to the
addresses honoring him,
pledged for the family con-
tinuous dedication to Israel,
the community and the
many causes in which the
Lakers are deeply involved.
Rabbi Milton Arm made
the award presentation to
the Lakers.
The Lakers' three sons,
Dr. Irving, Dr. Gerald and
Martin, actively partici-
pated in the program with
expressions of affection for
their parents and devotion
to the causes associating
them.
Rabbis Stanley Rosen-
baum of Cong. Bnai Moshe
and Benjamin Gorrelick of
Beth Achim gave the open-
ing and closing prayers.
Other participants in the
program were Cantor
Simon Bermanis and
13'Y wInnw
Leonard Herman.

Best wishes from

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Slated for 50th

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