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August 19, 1983 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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Mr. and Mrs. Irving (Be-
verly) Laker will be honored
by Metro Detroit District,
Zionist Organization of
America, at a reception
Aug. 29 in the Franklin
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Zuckerman, it was an-
nounced by Leonard Her-
man, president of Metro De-
troit District, ZOA.
The reception will inau-
gurate the 50th (Golden)
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Celebration to be culmi-
nated with a musical show
Oct. 30 at Ford Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Slomovitz and Mr. and Mrs.
Zuckerman will serve as
honorary chairmen of the
Balfour Celebration com-
mittee.
A civic and community
leader and the immediate
past president of Metro
Detroit ZOA, Laker has
held leadership positions
in many communal
endeavors and was cited
by national and local
organizations and in-
stitutions. .
Campaign workers for
the Balfour Celebration will
assemble at a kickoff
brunch-meeting noon Aug.
28 in the West Bloomfield
home of Dr. and Mrs. Sidney
Z. 'Leib.

Church Council
Hostile to Israel

VANCOUVER (JTA) —
The Sixth Assembly of the
World Council of Churches
ended last week after adopt-
ing, among a number of
resolutions on political is-
sues, one which continued
the umbrella organization's
hostility toward Israel.
The resolution, which
placed major blame on Is-
rael for the recurrent tur-
moil in the Middle East, as-
serted that Christian guilt
and remorse over the Nazi
Holocaust have "often led to
uncritical support of the
state of Israel."
The conference of the
World Council, often under
sharp criticism from other
churches for allegedly neg-
lecting theology to concen-
trate on political issues, was
attended by 900 delegates
representing 300 churches.
The Mideast resolution
urged "greater awareness
among member churches
about the urgency and jus-
tice of the Palestinian
cause."
Philip Potter, the World
Council's general secretary,
told reporters that Jews
"have been able to look after
themselves — we have to
look after those who have no
one to help them."

Israel Visit
for Humphrey

RAMAT GAN — Hubert
Humphrey III, son of the
late U.S. vice president, vis-
ited Israel earlier this
month as a guest of Bar-Ilan
University.
Humphrey, who is the at-
torney_ general in Min-
nesota, met with Israeli
Prime Minister. Menahem
Begin and other Israeli offi-
cials and reported on his re-
cent trip to Jordan.

Friday, August 19, 1983 51

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee (JDC)
has asked American Jewry
to support the observance of
World Food Day, Oct. 16.

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the Falashas, the black
Jews of Ethiopia.

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famine afflicting the sub-
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