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December 09, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-09

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44 Friday, December 9, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ex-Hillel Chief Kapustin Gets WSU-Beth El Franklin Prize

Rabbi Max Kapustin, di-
rector of Wayne State Uni-
versity's Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation for more than 25
years, has been named the
first recipient of the annual
Leo M. Franklin Award in
Human Relations presented
by Temple Beth El and
Wayne State .University.
The Leo M. Franklin
Award replaces the annual
Memorial Lecture in Hu-
man Relations established
at WSU in 1950 by the
Franklin Memorial Fund of
Temple Beth El. Recogni-
tion will now be given an-
nually to a student,
alumnus, faculty member

or individual identified with
WSU who has made a signif-
icant contribution in the
field of human relations.
Rabbi Kapustin came to
Wayne State in 1948 after
serving as rabbi for the city
of Danville, Va., for 10
years. An adjunct professor
of Near Eastern Languages
and Literature at WSU,
Rabbi Kapustin attended
the Universities of Berlin
and Heidelberg graduating
with a PhD magna cum
laude in Semitic languages,
philosophy and history. He
came to the United States in
1937.
His years of dedication to

marked in 1973 by a testi-
monial dinner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. He was
awarded a faculty research
grant on the Holocaust in
1970 and was one of the key
persons in the WSU Confer-
ence in 1971. He also was
invited by West Germany on
a study trip in 1973.

/N.

RABBI KAPUSTIN

the Jewish students of WSU
and to the university were

Rabbi Kapustin will be
honored at a noon luncheon
Jan. 10 in. the McGregor
Memorial Conference Cen-
ter. There is a charge. For
reservations, contact the
WSU Office of Information
Services, 1017 Mackenzie
Hall, Detroit, 48202, or Paul
J. Pentecost, 557-2150.

Israel Bonds Continues $2 Million Cash Effort

The collection of cash
from Israel Bond com-
mitments has gained im-
petus as nearly 75 percent
of a $2 million goal, set in
response to Israel's immedi-
ate need for loan dollars,

his been realized.
Dr. Maxwell Hoffman, Is-
rael Bond cash collection
chairman, said the volun-
tary help of organization
and synagogue telephone
squads, has been in-

Portrait
Gift
Certificates

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photeraphy

Southfield at 13 Mile

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dispensable to the drive.
Participating in a special
"cash calling" effort this
week is Cong. Bnai David,
under the leadership of Max
Sosin and sisterhood presi-
dent Blanche Brant. Callers
include Millie Lvov, Betty
Silverfarb and Bertie Sim-
on.

Outstanding commitments
will be solicited before the
target date of Dec. 18, when
Israel's Prime Minister
Menahem Begin will ad-
dress Detroit's Israel Bond
purchasers and volunteers,
by telephone from Jerusa-
lem.

Target Day Brunch, sched-
uled for 10:30 'a.m. at the
main Jewish Community
Center. There is no charge.
For reservations, call the
Israel Bond office, 968-0200.
Honorary society mem-
bers who will complete their
pledges Dec. 18 are
requested to inform the
Bond office.

Dental Fraternity
Plans Convention

The message from Begin
will be received at a special

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Men's Clubs

ADAT SHALOM Men's
Club will hold a lecture for
its Breakfast Forum series
11 a.m. Sunday in the social
hall. Elaine Portner Malloy,
instructor in psychiatry at
the University of Pitts-
burgh's school of medicine,
will speak on "The Family
in Jeopardy." Com-
plimentary continental
breakfast will precede the
meeting. All are welcome.

p.m. Dec. 31 in Wasserman
Hall of the synagogue. Hal
Gordon and his orchestra
will provide music for danc-
ing. There is a charge. For
tickets, call the synagogue.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE Men's Club
will meet Tuesday in the
synagogue. Doug Ross, co-
director of the Michigan
Citizens Lobby, will speak -
on "Ways to Make Govern
ment Work Better in Mich-
igan." For information, call
the president, Abe Milgrom,
547-2226, or the synagogue,
548-9000.

* * *

BETH ACHIM Men's Club

will have a blood donor ral-
ly 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. For informa-
tion, call David Goldis,
chairman, 626-1181; or Leon-
ard Mitz, 544 7449 after 7
p.m.; or the synagogue of-
fice, 352-8670. The men's
club will hold its annual
Winter Ball Dinner-Dance 9

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Alumni Plan Party

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Alpha Zeta Omega alumni
will hold their annual Ha-
nuka party 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Max (Min) Millman,
22590 Glastonbury Gate,
Southfield.
There will be square
dancing, and refreshments
will be served. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Mrs. Millman, 356-8615.

Penn, Wilse a-
Dunlop,
Seamco

DOROTHY STOFER

ElectroIogist
.Formerly of NORTHLAND CENTER

Announces her new location
16231 Fourteen Mile Road

Between Southfield and Greenfield

FREE CONSULTATION

DR. JACK LAWSON

FOR THOSE WHOSE TASTE RUNS PURE

A Gift Of Gold For The Holidays
For The Most Modest Budget....

14kt, 18kt imported Italian gold bracelets,

from

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14 kt, 18 kt imported Italian gold neck chains, from

$230 0

For The Most Extravagant Budget...

24 kt gold and precious gems,

from $90" UP TO $ 12,000.



or somewhere in between

1880 S. WOODWARD
Birmingham, Mich.

(just north of 14 Mile)

644-1711

Alpha Omega Dental Fra-
ternity will hold its inter-
national convention Dec. 25-
Jan. 1 at the Hyatt Regency
Hotel in Dearborn, it was
announced by international
president, Dr. Jack Lawson.
Convention officers are
Dr. Richard Williams, mar-
shal; Dr. Lawrence Weno-
kur, deputy marshal; and
Mrs. Gerald Bloom, ladies
marshal.
The convention will fea-
ture an educational pro-
gram, a scientific presenta-
tion by Dr. S.N. Bhasker, a
musical comedy, "Damn
Yanker"; a ladies program
and more. Dr. Morton Am-
sterdam, Achievement
Award recipient in whose
name a chair has been es-
tablished at the Hebrew
University's dental school,
will be recognized.

647-3432

JUST
ARRIVED

FROM PARIS FRANCE FASHIONS AND ACCESSORIES FROM
FRANCES LEADING
DESIGNERS

we've just received a cargo of

fine fashions—unequaled in
style, and so recent, we
haven't unpacked it all yet.

FASHIONS BY

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No Kiss For Golda

NEW YORK (JTA)—Did
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt really kiss Mrs. Meir
when the two met at Ben
Gurion Airport upon Sadat's
arrival in Israel the night of
Nov. 19?
Sadat, responding to a
CBS query, laughed and
said he merely bent over to
greet her.
"I didn't kiss her. But if I
had kissed her I would not
have been ashamed of it. -

Exclusive French Couture atrociously located in the
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