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In cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Federation's member agencies
Council's Isaac Franck
Washington (JTA) — Dr. Isaac
Franck, a former Detroiter and
one of Washington's most influen-
tial Jewish leaders until his re-
tirement in 1973, died May 14. He
Dr. Franck was the executive
vice president of the Jewish
Community Council of Greater
Washington from 1948 to 1973.
He served as executive director of
Jewish Community Councils in
Detroit and Brooklyn, N.Y. before
taking the Washington post. Dur-
ing his Detroit career he intro-
duced many cultural programs, in
the general as well as the
Yiddish-speaking ranks of the
Born in Russia, Dr. Franck ar-
Florine R. Davis, 74, a member
of Jewish organizations, died May
17. She was a member of Temple
Emanu-El, B'nai B'rith Women's
Professional Chapter, Hadassah
and the National Council of
She leaves her husband, Lawr-
ence; a daughter, Mrs. Gregory
(Susan) LaPointe of Woodbridge,
Conn.; two brothers, 'Herbert
Duke of Bethesda, Md. and Albert
Duke of St. Petersburg, Fla.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Stuart (Phyllis) Litwin
of Tenafly, N.J.; and one
rived in the United States in 1923.
He graduated from New York
University and received a PhD
degree in sociology and philsophy
from the University of Maryland.
He was known for his fluency in
Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, Ger-
man and French, in addition to
Washington — The National
Association of Arab Americans
has named U.S. Rep. George W.
Crockett, Jr., (D-Detroit) as the
first recipient of its Distinguished
American in Public Service
The Award, given in recogni-
tion of the Congressman's efforts
on behalf of U.S.-Arab relations,
was presented at a Washington
luncheon earlier this month.
Accepting the award, Rep.
Crockett said that he would "con-
tinue to tell all those who listen
that there cannot be a lasting
peace in the Middle East without
a fair solution to the plight of the
Palestinians . . . And if we wish to
see that lasting peace, then we
must be prepared to seek a just
and durable solution to the Pales-
tinian search for a homeland. And
such a search cannot begin with,
more guns, more jets and more
tanks." - -