SEPTEMBER 29, 1995
Israel Bonds Dinner
Honors Mr. Jackier
ongregation Shaarey Zedek will pay tribute to Lawrence S. Jackier at its
annual State of Israel Bonds dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 5:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. He will receive the Israel Peace Medal in recognition of his long-
time support of Israel;s economic development as well as his outstanding service
to the synagogue, the community, and Jewish causes.
A graduate of the University of Michigan and Yale Law School, Mr. Jackier is
the senior partner in the law firm of Jackier, Gould, Bean, Upfal, Eizelman and
Goldman, P.C. and is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the American
Bar Association. He is a director of Arcadia Services, Inc.; secretary, treasurer and
director of Federal Enterprises, Inc. and Federal Broadcasting Co.; president and
trustee of the Louis C. Blumberg Foundation; and president, treasurer, and trustee
of the Stanley Imerman Memorial Foundation.
An active Congregation Shaarey Zedek member, he has served on its board of
trustees and currently serves as a trustee and treasurer of Clover Hill Park Ceme-
tery. He is the treasurer of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and
serves on the Federation's Executive Committee and board of governors.
Involved in many communal, national, and international philanthropic endeav-
ors, He is a member of the board of trustees of the Israel Institute of Technology
(Technion), a member of the executive board of the American Society for Technion,
a member of the executive committee and board of directors of Detroit Men's ORT,
a member of the American Board of Overseers of Bar-Ilan University.
For information on the event, contact the Israel Bonds office, (810) 352-6555.
n Monday, Nov. 13, B'nai B'rith will present the Great
American Traditions Award to Thomas R. Ricketts,
chairman, president and chief executive officer of
Standard Federal Bank. The dinner will be held at the West-
in Hotel in the Renaissance Center, Detroit.
The Great American Traditions Award, B'nai B'rith's high-
est honor, has been presently annually in Metropolitan De-
troit since 1970 to an outstanding community leader. Mr.
Ricketts is being honored because of his service to the com-
munity and devotion to
numerous civic and phil-
Revenue from the din-
ner will help support
B'nai B'rith's youth-serv-
ing agencies and pro-
grams which service
young adults from eighth
grade through college
Ticket prices are $200
per person and $2,000 per
table often. An ad journal
will be published in Mr.
Ricketts' honor with a
multi-tiered pricing scale
for congratulatory and
business ads. For infor-
mation, call the B'nai
B'rith foundation, (810)
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oe Ducey, general assignment reporter for WXYZ-
TV/Channel 7, will be the featured speaker for Na'amat
USA, Greater Detroit Council on Thursday, Oct. 26, at
Temple Emanuel El. Celebrating Na'amat's 70th anniver-
sary, the Donor Day will begin at 11 a.m.
Prior to joining Channel 7, Mr. Ducey worked as an in-
vestigative/consumer reporter for seven years at WFLA-TV
in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Fla., and lead an award-winning
four person investigative consumer affairs unit.
As a participant in Miracle Mission II, Mr. Ducey pre-
sented a week-long series
on the Israeli-Arab
prospects for peace in the
Middle East. He will ad-
dress that topic in his
day's festivities, "A Mu-
sical Interlude" will be
presented by a trio of
Russian singers per-
forming in English,
Russian, Hebrew, Yid-
dish and Italian.
Luncheon will be
served at the temple.
There is a charge.For
reservations, call the
Greater Detroit Council,