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November 26, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-26

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38 Friday, November 26, 1976 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AJCongress Will Honor Rabbi Leon Fram

American Jewish Con-
gress will honor Rabbi
Leon Fram of Temple Is-
rael Dec. 8 at a dinner at
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club. This occasion will
inaugurate the formation
of the Rabbi Leon Fram
Century Club of the AJ-

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ing member of the Cen-
tury Club. Rabbi Fram
has served as a national
vice president of the AJ-
Congress as well as hon-
orary preisdent of the
Michigan Region.
Century Club is a
cetegory of membership
in AJCongress which in-
dicates special support
for the organization's
work.
Dr. Fram, the founding
rabbi of Temple Israel,
served as a member of the
executive board of the
Detroit Round Table of
the National Conference

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member of the Advisory
Committee on Hospitals
of the Commission on
Community Relations of
the City of Detroit and
has been active in Zionist
affairs.
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The Bar Mitzva of Paul
Finkel, son of Seymour
and Beverly Finkel, and
the 80th birthday of
grandfather Robert Fin-
kel, were celebrated to-
gether by the Finkel fam-
ily and guests recently at
the Raleigh House.
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Nadis celebrated their
25th wedding anniver-
sary Nov. 12 at a cocktail
party given by their chil-
dren, Daniel, Debbie and
Ronn. Family and close
friends also attended.

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Esther
founding director of the
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tion's Detroit Service
Group, has retired after
54 years of service, it was
announced by Martin E.
Citrin, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion.
Miss Prussian began
her career with the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion of Detroit in 1922,
four years before it at-
tained its current name. ,
In 1926, she assumed
command of the Detroit
Service Group and aided
in its growth from a small
group of concerned De-

Terry Nosan, who re-
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Bar examination, was
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to State Attorney GelF
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