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October 17, 1986 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The announcement was the
highlight of a champagne re-
ception hosted recently by
Irving and Beverly Laker in
honor of the benefactors of
the Zionist Organization of
America's Balfour Celebra-
tion.

The Celebration and con-
cert, of which Irving Laker is
the general chairman, will
take place Nov. 2 at the Ford
Auditorium. The concert will
star Israeli singer Ofra Haza
and will feature Israeli voc-
alist, Gadi, Elon and concert
pianist, Jeffrey Biegel.

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The ZOA House in Tel
Aviv and the Zionist Organ-
ization of America will be the
beneficiaries of a $50,000 gift
from Irving and Beverly
Laker and the Laker family,
according to an announce-
ment by Sherwin Tukel,
president of Metro Detroit
ZOA.
The funds will be used to
establish an audio-visual
room at the ZOA House in
Tel Aviv to showcase the
multiple activities of the
House and to present to vis-
itors a presentation about the
ZOA and American Zionism.
The Laker endowment also
includes the production of a

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Pictured at the recent ZOA gift presentation were, from left:
Beverly Laker, Irving Laker, Sarah Laker and Sherwin Tukel.

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Attending the ceremonies for the presentation of the Torah,
were, from left: Bela Brenners of Florida; Rabbi Charles H.
Rosenzveig, HMC director; Frisch; Avram Brenners of Israel;
Eva (Brenners) Mames; Dr. John J. Mames, chairman of the
HMC department of oral history and Holocaust studies; and
Larry Brenners.

Sefer Torah Donated

A special Torah was do-
nated recently to the
Holocaust Memorial Center
by Sandor Frisch of Brussels,
Belgium (formerly of Mates-
zalka, Hungary).
This Torah, rescued from
destruction during the Nazi
regime and obtained from the
synagogue in Mateszalka,

was given to the HMC in
memory of Lajos and Gizella
Frisch and family, Brenners
and Goldstein families who
perished during the
Holocaust.
A certificate of appreciation
was presented to Frisch at
the ceremonies at which the
Torah donation was made.

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