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November 24, 1967 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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Wayne State University History Cites
Distinctions by Jewish News Editors

Under the title "A Place of
Light," Wayne State University's
history, published by Wayne State
University Press, presents the rec-
ord of many notable achievements
and emerges as a valuable account
of this city's cultural life.
Written by Dr. Leslie L. Hana-
walt, director of History-of-Wayne
Project and professor of English
at WSU, this work, extensively
illustrated, fully annotated, re-
views the university's emergence
into its present status as one of
the country•s great schools of
learning in many fields.
"A Place of Light" is a thorough
work. Personalities of note who
served on the faculty, who are
presently associated with the uni-
versity and the many who had
their roles in the great school are !
given due recognition.
Reference is made to the
Leonard N. Simons Collection
of books and maps and to the
Kasle collection of Judaica pre-
sented to the university library
by the Abe Kasle; the role of
Leonard Kasle also is indicated.
There are numerous mentions
of the work in the university of
one of its pioneer professors, Dr.
Samuel M. Levin.
Interestingly, two Jewish News
staff membres receive special men-
tion in this history. Ruth Levine
now Mrs. Louis Cassel) is listed
as one of the "able editors" of
the Collegian. in the post she held
in 1945. She is a former city editor
of The Jewish News.
More extensive reference is
made to the present city editor of
The Jewish News, Mrs. Harold
Dubin, who as Charlotte May
liyams—in her junior year. (Sep-
tember, 1959) wrote the annual
welcome to freshmen in the Col-
legian. The WSU history quotes
the text of Mrs. Dubin's editorial
comment to the "freshies." includ-
ing the following:
"Wayne State University is un-
like any other school you have
ever attended or will ever attend
. It is not a campus college in
the rakish sense of the word, nor
does its football team plan a head-
on collision with Michigan State
in the Rose Bowl game. It is a city
university. You leave the house
in the morning and return at night.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12—Friday, November 24, 1967

Judaism Pavilion Given to Montreal for Display

MONTREAL (JTA — The Pavil- pect the Foundation of Judaism to
ion of Judaism at Expo '67, which guide it in programming.
was originally projected by the
national religious affairs committee
SUNDAY ONLY!
of the Canadian Jewish Congress,
Press
under
the
direction
of
Har-
You live and work with the people
you . may have known in high old Basilius was aided by Charles will continue functioning as part
E. Feinberg and Leonard Simons, of the overall plan of the city of
school.
Montreal for a permanent exhibi-
"Mit your life will change as the history indicates.
There are references to many tion on "Man and His World."
imperceptibly yet as surely as fall
The pavilion was formally pre-
molts into winter. Such is the in- interesting personalities—to ath-
From the finest maker in the
fluence of education . . . Partly letes who distinguished themselves sented to the mayor of Montreal,
country — Imported Herringbone
through the feeling of growth in sports; Ted Rogvoy, who was Jean Drapeau, at a ceremony held
Tweeds Woven in Great Britain.
cartoonist
for
the
Collegian;
Jo-
alongside an expanding physical
Made to sell for $135.00.
plant, new buildings, new facili- seph Rosenstein, ex-'39, who joined at the mayor's office by Sam Stein-
A Limited Quantity.
ties, new ties with the community; the Lincoln Brigade and was killed berg, president of the Foundation!
partly through your own endeavor in the Spanish civil war.
of Judaism, which sponsored the
. . glimpses into other worlds
Describing the variety of WSU pavilion.
Only
through books and lectures . . .
cooperative field training with
Mayor Drapeau assured that the
and, perhaps more important,
hospitals and clinics and com- ! Pavilion of Judaism would be
munity agencies, the author maintained by the city as close as
through contacts with fellow stu-
dents of backgrounds as colorful
mentions the participation of the possible to its operations at Expo
and varied as the flags of the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
'67, and paid tribute to the "out-
Fine Clothing for Over 30 Years
United Nations."
The National Council of Jewish standing success" of the pavilion
15200 W. 7 MILE RD.
Dr. Hanawalt's history includes Women is among the groups listed in interpreting the message of
3 Blocks East of Greenfield
a record of many gifts to the uni- as having participated in the Judaism for "Man and His World"
Corner of Sussex
versity—those of Nate S. Shapero "otherlanders" nursing students to the millions of visitors, Jews and
Open Daily 94
from abroad program, WSU hav- non-Pews, who viewed the pavilion.
and many others.
Monday and Thursday to
SUNDAY
11 TO 4
It refers to the activities at Hillel ing been the first college in the
Montreal will operate the pavil-
Bankard and Security
U.S. chosen in 1947 by the Rocke- ion and maintain it, and will ex-
House.
There is mention of the fact that feller Foundation for the advance.
when a citizens' committee on ment of this program.
Prof. Samuel M. Levin's intro-
Wayne was appointed in 1936 by
Superintendent of Schools Frank duction of new courses, his chair-
Cody, Dr. Leo M. Franklin and manship of the faculty study com-
Fred M. Butzel were among the mittee and his role in the graduate
school show the noted economics
appointees
The formation of the board of teacher's pioneering role in the
advisers of Wayne University university.

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Ilistadrut Campaign to Open
With Rally; Becker to Talk

The opening rally of the Detroit
Israel Histadrut Campaign will
take place 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Aharon Becxer, secretary-gen-
eral of Histadrut, who has been a
member of the Israel Knesset since
1961, will speak. Chairman of He-
vrat Ovdim, economic arm of His-
tadrut. Becker is a member of the
executive committee of Mapai, Is-
rael's labor party, and deputy
member of the governing body of
the International Labor Organiza-
tion.

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During his Detroit visit, Becker
will be guest of the UAW and he
will meet with its president, Wal-
ter Reuther, preceding the open-
ing rally. The UAW is one of the
labor organizations which has con-
sistently lent its moral and finan-
cial support to Histadrut.
The opening rally will also fea-
ture Cantor Reuben Frankel, for-
merly of Detroit, who will present
a musical salute to Israel's vic-
torious armed forces.
There will be no admission
charge, and everyone is invited.

L.I.OS •

I!



••••,•

DETROIT ISRAEL HISTADRUT

Cordially invites you to attend its

1961- 68 OPENING RALLY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1967,

8:30 P.M.

Featuring Guest Speaker

AHARON BECKER, M.K.

AND

Guest Artist

CANTOR REUVEN FRANKEL

Presenting a musical salute to
Israel's victorious armed forces

Morris L. Mayer Auditorium

19161 Schaefer Highway

AHARON BECKER

SECRETARY-GENERAL
OF HISTADRUT

Refreshments

Admission Free — Everyone Welcome

SALES & SERVICE

Phone: DI 1-9500

between 7 and 8 Mile Roads

GUEST ARTIST

CANTOR
REUVEN FRANKEL

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