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A'clistinct honor was accorded sentatiOn.:- In =addition- to . Mrs. and Rabbi Kopel Binder, director
Latina Support Israel
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 3, 1971-5
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) —
Speakers at the 24th anniversary
of the UN's resolution on the parti--
tion of Palestine stressed solidar-
ity with Israel. The DAIA-spon-
gored meeting drew 2,000 people.
to the memory of. Judge„Theodore Levin, _to: nr isom Dr. LooksteM ad- of Bar-Ilan National Diaspora a c-
Levih Wednesday evening, lirthe .11Mitedrtis camomile,- and. her son tivities.
annual dinner of .Detroit Friends Joseph, -.the toastmaster" Was for-
Levin,here was a warm greeting from
of Bar-Dan University,- it' Cong. mer State -Senator Sander
h chairman of the national board
Shaarey Zedek. It took the - form who, in paying tram* to;his uncle, the
of the Levin Chair in 'Law at Bat- said:, "We are here lecause we of directors, Albert Parker of
Ilan'• 'University at Ramat Gan, care." He recalled -Judge: Levin's
, -- -; long association with astr_nan
A special greeting was extended
The presentation of the - citatIon finiveraity. and his - friendship for at the gathering to Phillip Stoll-
marking the esteblishinent of the maim years. with the &oilman man, or the national board of gov-
as Made by bmily, the , Chief workers;- here ernes of Bar-Ilan' University. Sen-
ator Levin expressed gratitude for
. Chancellor Joseph.. Lookstein - of _for. the university.,, _. ,
BarzBan who paid -honor:Au-Abe ....,.._-then 4here .- was a pine . cowl_ the efforts of the co-chairmen of
jurist's memo*, by telling Rhoda tyywide" representation ;from the the Bar-Ilan scholarship commit-
i b that she and her children
eodore Le_ tee, Irwin I. Cohn and David I.
Berris, and for the labors of the
are benefiting from a great heat-Levin
vins ' other sons, Judge Charles
age by the enshrining of -her hug Levin of the Michigan Court of Bar-Ban executive director, Zvi
band, and their father in a great Appeals, and Daniel Levin of Chi- Tomkiewicz.
families;The audience was led in the
_ , cago and their wives and families;
Joseph Levee, the
es.' the judge's nephew,' Councilman singing of the national anthems
sou et -Judge. anci.•
h ers ' f""
.._' Carl Levin; the Levin? 'daughter, and in the lienshen by Cantor
who_-ateepted :Die . h
and Louis Klein. -Rabbi James I. Gor-
' Mrs. Charles (Mimi)
gave the invocation.
half of. , the - fainnYt onor-
"deep appreciation for the Hy-
Rabbi Lookstein gave an in-
o„, Mrs. David Creel and her family
lag - inemodul- n ' ,.,__
He ' ealled, '-`
,,, of Toronto; ' the judge's brother, spirational account of the accotn-
Samuel Levin; the Levies' plishments at Bar-Ilan University
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cousins, nephews, nieces and other and pointed to the high ideals that
est- Id ealleL
. in of his father's 121 " members of the family—Mr. and motivate the people of Israel. He
ra! Mrs. William Gladstone, Reuben reported that of the 40,000 stu-
Th — ,,,„",: Bergman, Dr. and Mrs. Alec Walt, dents enrolled in Israel's univer-
_,._ — ____
adhering to ----
, . ---_—, Bette LW,- Lena-a Levin, Dorothy sities 5,500 are at Bar-Dan, and
my father was a Judge - In t h e , Miller, David and Lucie Levin, he said that at the three campuses
highest Jewish _ tradition in Lindsa
y y and Stephen Walt, Mrs. —one at - Ramat Gan and two in
stressi°4 human Taws," he- Connie Young, Mr. and Mrs. bli- other 'parts of Israel—there are
Braude, Mr. and Mrs. John activities that contribute toward
A deeply moving tribute to Judge
idaddotc-mr_ and mrs. Irwin can cultural advancement, greater in-
Levin was expressed in the tribute and Mr. and Mrs. Avail Cohn. _, siolvement in worldwide hurnani-
brought in behalf of the Jewish
Aim in the family gathering tartan labors and at the same
Welfare - re diirlitit° "7Ats Presi.
were the irother in law., and as time playing a role in Israel's
'called .Tudge:Levin'a leadership re-
in ter - in - law of the Levine, Alan defense.
The establishment of the Levin
er, Grossman and Mrs. Saul R. Levin,
“the' scholarship an d andthejudzena
and former Chair in Law was viewed by Dr.
Lookstein as a great gift to Is-
dignity he lent the federal bench,"
„....a;.,;r : Levin greeted the pres- rael, as a marked contribution in-
'q r-" of many distinguished judges
and he pointed out that "we turned en ne
the creation -of 'a' department that-
will _ contribute toward the ad-
whit was just In our community and state and " city _officials. He Vinceinent, of scholarship
and our Vital humanitarian et- also annoupced that in the au-
Although only 160 studeitS
dience were two other repre-
' There, was great -
evenlises program in the par- of Bar-Ban University, Reuben of law at Bar-Dan, Dr. Lookstein
ticipation of a large family repre- Dubin, national executive director, said, the' Levin Chair will be an
inducement for greater research
into legal .probletni and the pro-
fession's vital .share in elevating
the standards of the nation.
YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER
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Housing Dentands by Georgian
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EAU s,)eug31 (Jre.)—Absorption mends to the authorities. Asked
Minister,Natan Piled said that his about reports of incitement by
ministry could not possibly accede non-Georgians, Peled said it was
RSH / A
to the demands of Jewish immi- not his ministry's business to in-
grants from Soviet Georgia that vestigate such matters.
they be housed in large concentra- He disclosed that a special nine-
tions with other Jews from the man team has been formed to deal
same region. with problems concerning Jewish
Peled told a new conference that immigrants from the Soviet Union.
the Georgians coming to Israel will The team is headed by former
be distributed among 10-11 housing Lt. Cot Grisha Payls, himself an
projects in various parts of the immigrant from 'the USSR, and in-
country because there is no hous- eludes two immigrants irons Geor-
BELTWEAR,,COORDINATED SPORT SUITS
ing or employment available to e s who speak the language.
them in concentrated areas.
The issuse of housing the Geor-
gian Jews has given rise to rumors
that many of them are bitterly
disappointed with Israel and want--
Yors ttre cordially invited to purchase your tires at BIG SAV-
to return to the Soviet Union. Peled
said there was no basis for such
INGS at IIIVION TIRE- , ', Available are:
reports. He said that• "fewer thaw
10” immigrant families - from 1
Georgia-have applied for,passporto
to:leave Israel And -none have at-
Hefted MOM - -
na.11y. left so far.
Piled noted that there-Lare
about 3t1,000 Jews in Soviet
Our huge warehouse is convenient to Carl's Chop House and strategically
Georgia and --ail signs indicate
located,, ,ear; ,a_II„expriroway. We- prorrilse to show--our appeciation with
.'ziost- 'ileiiiessi 'watt 'hi cobfel tE
expejienced factory trained service and the lowest. prices.
'Israel 'He said about ohe-third
istlalinimudgrantsr - now coming
hwilkgthe-Soviet.linion are Geer-
The main grievance of the new
arrivals -is that they - are not hous-
ed large- eoncentrations as they
'whreInGeorgia4.Peled said where
-they Were:Anted In living in large
family coups- or clans and were
cone _ entrated -itflinly three localit-
ies. Anbther-tonsplaint was•that no
'synagogirmr.'wetie Wit fek-- them
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