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May 28, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LIVE.
ON TV
THURS., MAY 27,
AT 71!M.
ONE OF THESE
50 'LANDMARKS'
FINALISTS WILL
WIN A
MILLION DOLLARS.

Moynihan, Herzog
to Receive Medals

NEW YORK - Prof.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
and Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations Chaim
Herzog will be the recipi-
ents of the 1976 S.Y. Agnon
Gold Medals to be presented
Wednesday at the dinner
sponsored by the American
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity at the Waldorf-Asto-
ria.
Herzog and Moynihan,
former United States Am-
bassador to the U.S., are
being recognized for their
"courageous and steadfast
defense of human rights
and dignity, especially dur-
ing the General Assembly
debate and vote last Novem-
ber equating' Zionism with
racism."
The S.Y. Agnon Gold
Medal, named for Israel's
first Nobel Laureate,
Shmuel Yosef Agnon, is
awarded annually to a pub-
lic figure who has made an
outstanding contribution to
educational and cultural
life.
U.S. Olim Group

Criticizes Award
Given to Kissinger

JERUSALEM (JTA) - A
group of American religious
olim calling itself "Inter-
marriage Crisis Conference"
criticized a recent award
given by Baltimore's Chizuk
Emunah Jewish Congrega-
tion to United States Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissin-
ger.
"A Jewish group that
honors Kissinger, or any
intermarried Jew, should
re-examine its basic reason
for existence," the "con-
ference" stated.
The "conference" is
headed by Rabbi Noah
Weinberg, formerly of New
York, who runs a Yeshiva
for "Baalei Teshuva" in Je-
rusalem's Old City. It in-
cludes Orthodox educators
and professional people liv-
ing in Jerusalem and hailing
originally from the U.S.

Forest Honors
Israeli Educator

fi

JERUSALEM (JTA) - A
10,000-tree forest was
planted recently in honor of
veteran Israeli educator,
Baruch Ben-Yehuda, former
headmaster of Herzliya
high school in Tel Aviv.
The trees form part of a
larger "forest of teachers
and pupils" near Maale Ha:
hamisha, outside Jerusa-
lem. The trees honoring
pen-Yehuda were planted
with funds collected from
pupils around the country.

Lincoln Statue
Unveiled in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) - An
eight-foot high bronze sta-
tue of Abraham Lincoln was
unveiled at Ramat Gan in
the presence of Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin and other digni-
taries.
The statue, sponsored by
Leon Gildesgame, was do-
nated to Israel as a gift'from
the American people, for-
• malized in a special act by
both Houses of Congress
which was signed by Presi-
dent. Gg Ford.
Atilti•-•104q1444 4.-.

May 28, 1976 13

Two will win $50,000 each, 10 will win
$25,000 each and 37 will win $10,000 each.

1. Beatrice Branch
Detroit
2. L. Keshishian
Allen Park
3. R. Green
Detroit
4. D. Sullivan
Detroit
5. G. Egler
Westland
6. Eleanor De Long
Lawrence
7. Rodger Gentilini
Madison Heights
8. S. Ptaszek
Romeo
9. Helen Bayer
Jackson
10. R. Reno
Westland
11. Spencer D. Nesbitt
Utica
12. Shirley Williams
Flint
13. Ed Czartoryski
Warren

14. Diane Wazney
Dearborn
15. Betty L. Bailey
Dimondale
16. Marion Cronin
Harper Woods
17. T. McDonald
Mesick
18. Belton Boozer
Detroit
19. P. Chastney
West Bloomfield
20. M. R. Wiessner
Kalamazoo
.21. Joseph J. Jaroma
Sterling Heights
22. Donna Quist
Grand Rapids
23. Viola Koprince
Rochester
24. Wendy Cederberg
Pinconning
25. Charles Christ
St. Joseph

26. Zack Davis
Flint
27. Margaret Tomlinson
Mt. Clemens
28. Alfred D. Moss
Sturgis
29. Madeline Fiema
Warren
30. J. Derocher
Highland Park
31. Gary Miesel
Union Lake
32. Levada Kordek
Livonia
33. J. Shannon
Mt. Morris
.
34. Adeline Carl
Grosse Pointe Woods
35. Fred Molitor
Royal Oak
36. Helen A. Raica
Munising
37. Frank Saroki
Wixom
38. Jerry Doane
Owosso

39. Milton Truax
Lapeer
40. John J. Korpela
Frankenmuth
41. 0. L. Steele
Alpena
42. Scott Morris
Walled Lake
43. Ruby Grant
Detroit
44. Alex Peterson
Plymouth
45. J. W. Mattson
Utica
46. Craig Hannemann
Roseville
47. Edward L. Hardy
Detroit
48. John F. O'Hara
Allendale
49. Barbara Jean Murphy
Detroit
50. Barbara Weaver
Detroit

Watch
Michigan "Landmarks"
1st Million Dollar
Grand Drawing.

WE HAVE STARTED A NEW, SECOND
LANDMARKS GRAND DRAWING, SO
KEEP YOUR LOSERS COMING. •

DETROIT

C) ALPENA

You con win up to r:10,000 instantly But if you don't, mail three
losing tickets to Grand 'Drawing. P 0 Box 4040. Lansing.
Michigan 48904 to enter the new Second Landmarks Grand
Drawing All envelopes received after May 20 will be entered
into the Second Grand Drawincl (End of game vAll be announced )

4 . CHEBOYGAN

0 LANSING JACKSON

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7

KINIGAN"LANDMARI

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