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October 18, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-18

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Recent accomplishments at
Bar-Ilan University in Ramat
Gan, Israel, were described this
week by Associate Professor of
Psychology Isaac Lewin, who
came here as visiting professor
at Wayne State University for
the current year.
Latest developments at the
university, according to Prof.
Lewin, including the construc-
tion of a two-story addition to
the physics building—with
laboratories. lecture halls and
departmental offices; the first
wing of a psychology building,
including an experimental
psychology laboratory, and a
second wing for general psy-
chology and clinical psychology
clinics.
The Detroit Committee for

Bar Ran University will hold

its annual dinner at the

Levy, Leonard N. Simons and

Paul Zuckerman; dinner co-
chairmen, Tom Borman, Dr. J.
E. Goldman and David Pollack.
Phillip Stollman, chairman
of the American Committee for
Bar-Ilan University, stated this
week that the Unievrsity's local
scholarship committee con-
tinues to function under I. I.
Cohn's chairmanship. Scholar-
ship committee members in-
clude Mrs. Bargman, Samuel
Hechman, Morris Karbal, Rich-
ard Sloan and Max Stollman.

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

BY RANDY ZUSMAN

Shaarey Zedek, Nov 26, in
honor of Mesdames Joseph
IT. Ehrlich and Theodore
Bargman.

Prof. Lewin stated that the
Ramat Gan municipality al-
ready has in preparation blue-
prints for a building for Ju-
daiaca studies and for the
social sciences. It will be a
gift from the city of Ramat Gan
to the university.
Ramat Gan also has plans
for a field for recreational ac-
tivities — soccer, football and

baseball—for use by university
students. In preparation also
by the Ramat Gan municipality
are botanical gardens to be
located on the Bar-Ilan campus.
With Irwin I. Cohn as gen-
eral dinner chairman and Max
M. Fisher as honorary chair-
man, the committees for the
Nov. 26 dinner include the fol-
lowing: Honorary co-chairmen,
Abraham Borman, Edward C.

Israel Artist Wins
Top Paris Award

PARIS, (JTA) — Isaac Fabra,
an Israeli artist who works at
Safed, Israel, and is due to have
an exhibit here next January,
was granted the Paris Medal, a
highly coveted art award given
by the City of Paris. While
other Jewish artists had re-
ceived the award in the past,
among them Marc Chagall and
the late Mane Katz, the latter
were French nationals, while
Fabra is a foreigner.

Camera Club Meets

The Center Camera Club of
the Jewish Center will meet
8:15 p.m. Monday in room 136.
There will be slides competition
of color from both May '63 shoot-
ing sessions and general.

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National Merit Scholarship
semi-finalists are Eugene. Cho-
ver, senior, and Allen Wilcox,
senior. now eligible to take the
final exam before the awarding
of the scholarships.
The newest club at Southfield
High, Interact, held its election
of officers this past week. Pres-
ident James Feeney; senior, vice-
president, Sheldon Davis; senior,
secretary, Randall Zusman; jun-
ior, treasurer, James Clifford;
senior, board of directors, Alan
Sedman, Alan Axelrod and Curt
Sprinkle, seniors. The Interact
Club is connected with the Ro-
tary Club of Southfield. It is
the first club of its kind in the
state of Michigan. Branches of
the club are found in 161 coun-
tries in five continents. The
club is a service organization
and concerns itself with promo-
ting international activity and
understanding.
Southfield's Student Congress
is offering $5 to any student
who will design the new Student
Congress pin.
Oct. 25 at 3 p.m. is the dead-
line for these designs to be
turned in to the assistant prin-
cipal. The design must be be-
tween three and four inches tall
and three and four inches wide,
on white paper, and must con-
tain the words Student Congress.
The drawings will be judged by
the Student Congress on simpli-
city and classic design. Students
with art ability are urged to
enter.
Plans for the senior trip of the
Class of '64 have been tempor-
arily delayed until the minimum
number of deposits have been
received. If 350 students go on
the trip, it is possible that a
smaller school will join South-
field. If the occurs, a greater
number of destinations will be
available.
The choices, which will be de-
cided by those going on the trip,
are Detroit to Chicago by bus
and Chicago to Mackinac by
boat; Detroit to Mackinac by
boat; Detroit to Mackinac and
back by boat; and Detroit to
Lake Erie, Lake Erie to Macki-
nac and Mackinac to Detroit.
There maye be a variation in
price.
Preliminary Scholastic Apti-
tude Tests (PSAT) are offered
at the junior level as a practice
test for the College Board
Exams as well as an indication
of college potential. The test is
also used for some scholarship
awards. The PSAT is a two-hour
College Board examination ad-
ministered by Educational Test-
ing Service in high schools
throughout the nation. The
PSAT will be given at South-
field 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Southfield's fall production,
"The Mouse that Roared," will
be shown on Nov. 22 and 23.
Among the cast are Richard Le-
zell, Jeff Fritzlan, Karen Kan-
tor, Stuart Levine, Sue Schlei-
cher, Debbie Shulman, Nickie
Singer, Linda Simon and Ron
Tauber.

New Technion Building
Honors Chicago Woman

League of Jewish Women Set Panel
for New Direction on Civil Rights

HAIFA, (JTA) — A new,
three-story building, named after
Mrs. Maurice Weiner, pro- Dr. Mel Ravitz, Detroit Council-
the late Mrs. Anne Borowitz, of gram chairman of the League of man; Walter Klein of the De-
Chicago, was dedicated here by Jewish Women's Organizations, rtoit Community Council, and
has arranged a panel of quali- Mrs. Phillip Bernstein, past
Technion, the Israel Institute of fied speakers to lead a discus- president
of the League.
Technology. The structure will sion and guide toward develop-
Cake and coffee will be served
house the laboratories and

teaching facilities of the insti-
tute's departments of sanitary
engineering, geodesy and struc-
tural engineering, as well as of-
fices of the faculty of civil en-
gineering.
The Anne Borowitz building,
was erected through contribu-
tions by members and friends of
the Chicago chapter of the
American Technion Society, in-

ing a new sense of direction re-
garding civil rights 1-3 p.m. Oct.
24 at the Esther Berman Bldg.
This will be presented in sym-
posium form by moderator
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum of
Temple Emanuel. Panelists are

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Mrs. Sylvia Roszak is the head
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1 7-THE DETROI T JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 18, 1963

Progress at Bar-Ilan University
Described by Visiting Professor;
Annual Dinner to Honor 2 Leaders

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