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January 27, 1978 - Image 41

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THE 1)ETIAOr1'JEVIISA 1 itEitS • Friday; CJaniiiri 77; '1978 41

Kapustin Wins Franklin Prize

British Chief Rabbi Warns
Jews Against 'Soul Erosion'

NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr.
Immanuel Jakobovits, the
chief rabbi of Britain, de-
clared that just as plants
must be guarded against
soil erosion, the Jewish
people must be safe-guard-
ed against "soul erosion" to
prevent it from losing thou-
sands of its members.
Speaking to some 600 per-
sons at the 39th Maccabean
Award Dinner of the Jewish
National Fund, Jakobovits
"soul erosion is today
eater threat to Jewish
survival than soil erosion
because we are suffering
hundreds of thousands of
casualties as Jews who no

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our heritage."
He said the problem can
be solved through a massive
education program and said
he saw welcome signs in
"the spectacular advances
in the Jewish day schools
and institutes of higher Jew-
ish learning now gracing the
Jewish landscape in all
parts of the world."
The dinner honored Mor-
ris Awerbuch, a communal
and religious leader, with a
forest to be planted by the
JNF in Safed. Also partici-
pating were Rabbi William
Berkowitt, the JNF's presi-
dent, and Dr. Samuel I. Co-
hen, •JNF executive vice
president, who made . a spe-
cial presentation to Jesse
Eisen who is retiring after
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the JNF's religious depart-
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were invited to the session
' at which President Anwar
Sadat delivered his address
attacking Israel. A speical
gallery in the VIP section
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newsmen. Israeli photogra-
phers were allowed to move
around the Assembly cham-
ber freely.

Rabbi Max Kapustin, left, accepts the first Franklin
Memorial Award in Human Relations from Mrs. Mary
Shapero, chairman of the Temple Beth El Franklin Fund,
and Wayne State University President George E. Gullen Jr,
The annual award is sponsored jointly by Temple Beth El
and WSU.

$52 Million ORT Budget OK'd
Half Goes-to Israel Network

NEW YORK (JTA)—A
budget of $52,553,100 for
operation of ORT progranis
in 24 countries during 1978
was approved by the
American ORT Federation
at its three-day 56th annual'
national conference at the
Hotel Americana.

_ The budget, presented by
Harold Friedman, who was
re-elected to the presidency
of the 150,000 member or-
ganization for a fourth
term, called for a greatly
enlarged program in France
to cost $15,683,400 which is
expanding its services to
this community of over
600,000, the great majority
of recent North African ori-
gin.
The 600 delegates also
voted allocations of over $1
million to three countries:
Italy, $1,715,600; Iran,
$1,141,900; and Argentina,

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correspondents and tele-
vision crews Saturday for
the first time covered a
session of the Egyptian Peo-
ples Assembly (Parlia-
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Of this record expendi-
ture, $25,367,000, almost 50
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the ORT vocational network
in Israel.

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