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April 23, 1982 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-23

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Friday, April 23, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Simons Presents Franklin
$1,000 Award to WSU Press

HAPPY 11TH BIRTHDAY
ELAYNE STERN

Acknowledging with
gratitude his selection by
Wayne State University for
this year's Leo M. Franklin

Love from

Your Parents
and Brother, Barry

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Award, Leonard N. Simons
announced that he was pre-
senting the $1,000 prize to
Wayne State University

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Rabbi David Shluker, Associate Principal

Press.
The presentation was
made in the presence of uni-
versity leaders, Simons'
friends and representatives
of major movements and
academic groups at lunch
Wednesday at the Rackham
Building.
In an address typical of
the honoree, sparkling with
humor, Simons recalled his
association with the late
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, his
many years with Temple
Beth El, being one of its past
presidents, and his many
other activities which in-
volved the leadership of Dr.
Franklin. He paid high
praise for Rabbi Franklin as
a man who contributed
toward interfaith good will,
and established sound
foundations for spiritual
and cultural activities in
Detroit in both the civic and
Jewish spheres.
Simons' presentation
of the $1,000 award to
Wayne State University
Press emphasizgd an-
other of the honoree's
roles, his deep interest in
and labors for the WSU
Press whose headquar-
ters on Woodward Ave-
nue have been named the
Simons WSU Press Build-
ing.
Simons' humor delighted
the 250 in attendance. They
represented a cross section
of the entire community,
which, joined in acclaiming
the honoree's notable con-
tributions to the city, state,
nation and world Jewry.
President Thomas Bon-
ner of Wayne State Univer-
sity, presiding over the
function, joined with Si-
mons and the other partici-
pants in the program in em-
phasizing the link that has
been established between
Temple Beth El and Wayne
State University as a result
of the Leo M. Franklin proj-
ects.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz
traced the history of the Leo
Franklin-WSU joint activi-
ties which began with the
Franklin lectureships, the
publishing of the texts of the
lectures and subsequently
the awards begun in 1972
and continue with the one
accorded Leonard Simons.
WSU Vice President
Michael Luck read
numerous citations hon-
oring Simons, including a
special message from
Mayor Coleman Young.
WSU Provost Calvin Ste-
vens added the university's
expression of appreciation
for the link between Beth El
and the university.
The formal presentation
of the Franklin Award of
$1,000 was made by Mrs.
Walter (Mary) Shapero,
granddaughter of Dr.
Franklin and chairman of
the Leo M. Franklin Memo-
rial Fund of Temple Beth
El.
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz of
Beth El gave the invocation.

No sooner is a temple
built to God, but the devil
builds a chapel hard by.
—Herbert

Leonard & Donna Green

Want to thank their many friends for all their con-
cern, calls, cards, contributions and above all their
prayers during Lenny's recent surgery.

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The Jewish War Veterans & The Ladies Auxiliary
Lenny & Donna

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