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August 21, 1964 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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Prof. and Mrs. Samuel M. Levin
to Mark 50th Anniversary Aug. 25

The golden wedding anniversary
of Prof. and Mrs. Samuel M. Levin
will be observed on Aug. 25.
Prof. Levin, one of Detroit's
most prominent educators, retired
from Wayne State University in
1958, having taught there since
1914. He was chairman of the de-
partment of economics and served
also as chairman of the social
science department when the pres-
ent university was known as the
College of the City of Detroit.
Numerous of his articles ap-
peared in professional and re-
search publications and his most
recent essay, a study of Malthus,
appeared hi the Journal of the
American Eugenics Society.
Active in public affairs, Prof.
Levin served as president of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau from
1936 to 1939 and was president of
the Jewish National Fund Council
here in 1958-59.
Under Mayor Frank Murphy,
Prof. Levin served on the Mayor's
Committee on Unemployment and
Labor.
Samuel M. Levin is one of four
sons of the late Rabbi Leib Levin,
one of Detroit Jewry's most dis-
tinguished leaders who was chief
rabbi of the local orthodox corn-
mtmity for 25 years. Samuel's
brothers are Isadore, Abraham J.
and Dr. Nathan P. Levin.

Upon Prof. Levin's retirement,
as a mark of honor and recogni-
tion of his lifetime of service to
Wayne State University, a Samuel
M. Levin Economics Award Fund
was set up to be conferred an-

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nually upon a distinguished stu-
dent selected by the WSU der
partment of economics.
Prof. and Mrs. Levin traveled
frequently around the world and
visited in Israel in 1961-62.
Mrs. Levin (Lillian), one of eight
children of the late Abba and Han-
nah Keidan, was born in Detroit.
Her parents owned the Keidan
store on Gratiot Avenue for nearly
30 years. Mrs. Levin's father was
a leader in Shaarey Zedek and the
United Hebrew Schools. She is a
sister of the late Judge Harry B.
Keidan.
Participating through the years
in communal affairs, Mrs. Levin
was active in a Hadassah study
group, was a teacher of English for
new Americans in classes organ-
ized by the Council of Jewish
Women, was a member of Wayne
University Faculty Wives Club and
Music Study Club. For many years
she was faculty adviser to Sigma
Theta Delta sorority.
At present, she is studying to
_become certificated to transcribe
braille under auspices of the Shaa-
rey Zedek Sisterhood.
She has a brother, Hy A. Keidan,
and a sister, Mrs. Abraham J. Cap-
lan.
Prof. and Mrs. Levin have been
lifelong members of Shaarey Zedek.
They reside at 10729 Santa Maria.
They have four children, Dr. Joseph
H. Levin, Mrs. Stanley (Miriam E.)
Friedman, Dr. Herbert G. Levin and
Mrs. Bernard (Judith L.) Cantor,
and 15 grandchildren.
A garden party for the family
will be given in honor of this oc-
casion by their children at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Friedman on
Aug. 23.

Early Registrations
Urged by Greenberg
Hebrew-Yiddish Shule

Jo Ann Parker Wed
to H. Lee Blumberg

MRS. H. LEE BLUMBERG

Jo Ann Parker and H. Lee Blum-
berg were united in marriage Sun-
day at Temple Israel, with Rabbi
1VI. Robert Syme and Cantor Har-
old Orbach officiating.
They are the children of Mr
and Mrs. Saul Parker of Cranbrook
Crossroads, Birmingham, and Judge
and Mrs. Eugene Blumberg of
Amityville, N.Y.
The bride's peau de soie gown
had an empire bodice reembroid-
ered with peau d'ange lace, elbow
length sleeves and a controlled
bell skirt extending into a full
chapel train. She wore a shoulder
length mantilla of imported illus-
ion held by a small crown of
matching lace and peau de soie.
Patricia Parker, the bride's
sister, was her maid of honor, and
bridesmaids were another sister,
Mrs. Emily Bank of Ann Arbor;
Ellen Isaacson of Chicago; and
Linda Harrison of Teaneck, N.J.
Robert Blumberg served as his
brother's best man. Ushers were
Burt Golden of Battle Creek, Rob-
ert Johnston of Amity Harbor,
N.Y., and Carol Leiter of Flint.
After a wedding trip to Ber-
muda, the couple will reside in
Amityville.

at an Siegel Was
Altmans' Successor

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Retail Co-Op Program

Dr. Marvin D. Siegel calls our
attention to an inadvertent omis-
sion of the name of his father,
Nathan Siegel, from the article
which failed to mention him as suc-
cessor to the Hyman Altmans in
sponsoring the Yiddish Radio Hour.
"Mr. Siegel was associated with
the Jewish Hour for almost as long
a period as the Altmns were," Dr.
Siegel wrote.
One other letter, also written
with unjustified bitterness, came
signed "those of us who enjoyed
the Jewish Hour with Mr. Siegel."
The letter praises Mr. Siegel's ac-
tivities and states: "You did not
mention his name in the article
and implied that it was because of
him that the program is now off the
air." There was, of course, no such
implication. The Jewish News com-
ment dealt with the pioneers and
concluded with reasons for demise
of all Yiddish-oriented functions.
Mr. Siegel's role was not in ques-
tion under any circumstances.

The administration of the Hayim
Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish Shule
announces enrollmrmt for the new Rabbi Passow Heads
school semester in all three de-
partments—nursery, children 31/2 Foundations of JNF
The Jewish National Fund of
to 5, acredited by the State of
Michigan; Sunday school for chil- America has appointed Rabbi Isi-
dren 5 and 6; and afternoon classes dore David Passow as the national
al director of the
for students from 7 to 13 years.
To make all arangements for the
JNF Foundations,
which raise funds
new school year, immediate enroll-
for land reclama-
ment is urged.
tion and affores-
The Hayim Greenberg Shule an-
nounces that for better transpor-
tation in Israel
tation facilities and to serve more
through bequests
Farband children in the suburban
in wills and the
communities the school board
assignment of in-
made an arrangement with the
surance. The ap-
United Hebrew Schools to pick up
pointment was
students with their buses.
announced b y
M a x Bressler,
For information call UN 4 - 6319,
J N F president.
11 a.m.-4 p.m., daily; and Sunday
from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Rabbi Passow was
exeecutive sec-
retary of YIVO
Institute for Jew-
ish Research, ex-
Rabbi Passow ecutive director
of New York's University's Jewish
Cultural Foundation, assistant to
the president of Dropsie College,
assistant to the chairman of the
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GBOUND

Uak rark

Beginning in September, Oak
Park High School will offer a co-
operative training program for
12th grade students in business,
retailing, or trade.
One half-day will be spent in
school taking subjects related to
their specialty and satisfying grad-
uation requirements; the other
half-day will be on the job train-
ing working for retail, commercial
and industrial establishments in
the Oak Park area. Students will
be under the supervision of a co-
ordinator who will check periodi-
cally with the employer on the
attendance, attitude and ability of
the student.
Prospective employers who are
interested in the program and wish
to hire students, may contact Irv-
ing Collens at the Oak Park High
School, 13701 Oak Park Blvd.

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