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December 05, 1980 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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David Syme to Entertain
at Birthday Fete for Fram

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Temple Israel will celeb-
rate the 85th birthday of its
founding rabbi, Dr. Leon
Fram, with a Hanuka con-
cert 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the
temple, 5725 Walnut Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield.
The program is open to
the community, and will
feature concert • pianist
David Syme.
In addition to the birth-
day celebration, Sunday's
concert also marks Rabbi
Fram's 60th year in the
rabbinate; his 55th year in
the metropolitan Detroit
area; and his 40th year as a
rabbi of Temple Israel.
Born in Russia, Rabbi
Fram immigrated to Bal-
timore in 1900 with his

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family, and spent his
childhood there.
He was ordained at He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion in Cin-
cinnati in 1920, and served
five years in Chicago before
joining the staff of Detroit's
Temple Beth El.
Ideological differences on
the support of Zionism led
Rabbi Fram to form Temple
Israel in 1941.
Syme has played with the
Detroit Symphony Or-

Sinai Settlers'
Transplant Urged

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Raanan Weitz, head of the -
Jewish Agency's Settle-
ment Department, proposed
that the government trans-
plant all settlements in
northern Sinai across the
border into Israel as an al-
ternative to building new
settlements for the settlers
who must evacuate Sinai by
the end of next year in com-
pliance with the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treaty.
So far no official body had
endorsed Weitz's plan. It
has encountered opposition
from the Sinai settlers who
are negotiating with the
government for compensa-
tion.

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the doer's deed.

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chestra on seven different
occasions; has concertized
in seven European coun-
tries; and will return to
Mexico later this month in a
command performance for
President Jose Lopez Por-
tillo.
Following the concert,
the audience will be the
guests of the Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood for an af-
terglow. The concert is a
benefit sponsored by the
youth group of Temple
Israel to initiate a Leon
Fram Scholarship Fund.
The scholarship will be
presented annually to an Is-
raeli high school student to
permit him or her to spend
six months with a Temple
Israel family under a stu-
dent exchange program.

EEC Postpones
Mideast Initiative

PARIS (JTA) — Euro-
pean Economic Community
member-nations reportedly
will postpone a new Middle
East diplomatic initiative
until after President-elect
Ronald Reagan's inaugura-
tion Jan. 20.
The ministers recom-
mended that the new
chairman, Foreign Minister
Chrisoph van der Laauw of
Holland, 'should continue
exploratory talks with Is-
rael, the Arab countries and
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, and report
back some time next year.

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