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November 25, 1977 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 25, 1977 23

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Temple Beth El, Wayne State U. Announce
Leo M. Franklin. Human Relations Award

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The first Leo M. Franklin
Memorial Award in Human
Relations co-sponsored by
Temple Beth El and Wayne
State University will be pre-
sented at a noon luncheon
Jan. 10 at in the McGregor
Memorial -Conference Cen-
ter at WSU.
The new $1,000 award in
human relations provided
by the Leo M. Franklin
Memorial Fund of Temple
Beth El, will replace the
Franklin Lecture Series
originated in 1950. The uni-
versity will present an
inscribed resolution to the
honoree.
The new award is named

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The award is in recognition of his excellent service to his
policyholders and our Agency.

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ROVING I(EYE)DYLLS 1978
OVERSEAS PROGRAM

It's New!
It's Different!
It's Accent-on-Youth !
(aged 18 to 39 only!)
Roving Idyll's for the happily marrieds
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Beth Achim Units
Plan Hanuka Party

Cong. Beth Achim's men's
club, Mr. and Mrs. Club and
sisterhood and their fami-
lies will join for the syna-
gogue's second annual fam-
ily Hanuka party 7 p.m.
Dec. 8 in the synagogue.
Cartoons and a magic
show will be provided for
the children. There will be a
candlelighting ceremony,
and traditional latke
refreshments will be
served.
There is a charge, pay-
able by Thursday. For infor-
mation, call the synagogue,
352-8670.
Arranging the party are
Acher Ben-Moche of the
men's club; Gwen Silvers-
tein of the Mr. and Mrs.
aub' and Joyce Sherman of
the sisterhood.

Yolkut to Deliver
Talk on Abortion

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However you spell it—it's a brand new approach
to tourism for the new generation.
_ Featuring:
Jewish continuity. Only by exploring the past
can you ensure the future. Briefings on and meetings with
members of European Jewish communities.

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Exciting capitals and popular resorts where
young Israelis, Europeans and Mexicans gather.
Adventure-oriented itineraries.
Less regimentation. Time to explore on your own
and make your own agendas.
You'll be at the center of the action.

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A guarantee that you won't meet any of
your parent's friends on the bus!
Phone or Write at once (space is very limited)
for our special:

ACCENT-ON-YOUTH
ROVING I(EYE)DYLLS OVERSEAS
PROGRAM 1978

American Jewish Congress Overseas
21751 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich. 48075
357 2766

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The joint selection com-
mittee includes the senior
rabbi, executive secretary,
president and representa-
tive of the Franklin Fund
from the temple; the presi-
dent, a representative of the
Provost's Office, and a
member of the division of
university relations from
the university.
Those eligible to receive
the new award will be a stu-
dent, alumnus, faculty

Alpha Omega Dental Group
Subscribes $150,000 for Bonds

Alpha Omega held a
brunch on behalf of State of
Israel Bonds recently and
announced that members of
the dental fraternity have
subscribed more than
$150,000 this year in support
of Israel's economic devel-
opment program.
Guest speaker at the
brunch was Consul of Israel
in New York Judith Beilin.

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Suite 140

for Rabbi Leo M. Franklin,
spiritual leader of Temple
Beth El from 1899 to 1941,
and rabbi emeritus until his
death in 1948.

Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut,
spiritual leader of Cong.
Bnai David, will deliver the
third lecture in the congre-
gation's 'adult education
institute series 8:15 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue.
Rabbi Yolkut will speak
on "The Jewish Attitude on
Abortion and Euthanasia."
For information, call the
synagogue, 557-8210.

Correction

The address for Adat Sha-
lom Synagogue was inad-
vertently omitted from the
advertisement for the
American Red Magen
David for Israel's Testi-
monial Dinner-Dance
appearing in last week's
Jewish News. The syna-
gogue is located at 29901
Nliddlebelt, between North-
western Hwy. and 13 Mile
Rd. in Farmington Hills.

Toastmaster was Dr. Rob-
ert Galin and others partici-
pating in the program
included Mrs. Arnold
Zuroff, who sang the
anthems, accompanied by
Mrs. Sheldon Watnick,- and
, Mrs. Richard Williams, who
gave the invocation.
Other participants were,
Dr. Seymore Swartz, presi-
dent; Mrs. Robert Share,
president of Detroit Women
of Alpha Omega; Dr. Shel-
don Watnick, brunch chair-
man; Dr. Richard Williams
and Dr. Harold Maxmen.
Dr. Murray Shekter pre-
sented a slide program on
Israel.

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member or individual iden-
tified with Wayne State Uni-
versity who has made a sig-
nificant contribution in the
field of human relations
worthy of community
recognition.

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On Behalf Of The

WITNESSES OF THE
HOLOCAUST

A newly formed organization
affiliated- with Congregation Beth Achim'

We invite our community to participate

in the presentation of an award to be
given to

BEVERLY PAYNE

the courageous anchorwoman from
Channel 2 who dared to take a stand
on the danger of Nazism.

Come and Greet Personally

Beverly Payne

BEVERLY PAYNE

on Sunday, November 27 at Congregation Beth Achim, 1 p.
21100 W. 12 Mile Rd. between Evergreen and Lahser.

A kosher brunch will be served at

$350
per person.

Program

1) A prayer by Rabbi Milton Arm of Congregation Beth Achim
2) Greetings from Allan Silverman, president of Congregation Beth Achim, and
Martin Rose
3) Introduction of and award presentation to Beverly Payne by Hy Shenkman
Come rind show your solidarity and support to the brave stand Beverly Payne
has taken

For reservations, call Congregation Beth Achim, 352-8670

Tickets available at door

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