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June 01, 1973 - Image 29

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`Territories' Topic

of Hashomer Talk

Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hatzair will
meet 8:15 p.m. June 14 at
the Oak Park Community
Center. "Impact of the Terri-
tories on Israeli Life" will
be discussed by Abe Ber-
niker.
Berniker is chairman of
the National Council of

Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hatzair. He
will discuss the changes in
Israel he observed on a re-
cent visit.
A question-answer period
and a social hour with re-
freshments will follow.
The meeting is open to the
public. For information, call
Devera Stocker, 864-8035.

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JOE MILLER

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attended the company's 1973
leaders' conference at the
Del Coronado Hotel, Coro-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 1, 1973-29

Iceland's premier, OLA-
FUR JOHANNESSON, was
among the many guests who
attended a reception in Ice-
land marking Israel's 25th
anniversary. Israeli Ambas-
sador Moshe Leshem also
was present.

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PROF. SAMUEL LEVIN

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dent who has won distinction
in the field of economics.
In the 1930s, Prof. Levin
served on Mayor Frank
Murphy's labor and employ-
ment committees. He be-
came a noted authority on
labor and industry and his
name appeared in every
issue of the Directory of
American Scholars between
1942 and 1958. He is also
listed in "Who's Who in
America," "Who's Who in
World Jewry" and in "Who's
Who in Jews in the World of
Science."
Prof. Levin was president
of the Jewish Social Services
Bureau, now the Jewish
Family and Children's Serv-
ice. After his retirement
from Wayne State in 1958,
he was president of the Jew-
ish National Fund in Detroit.
He has writeen a book on
Thomas Malthus and pre-
pares weekly lectures on
social issues for the senior
adult program at the 10 Mile
Jewish Center.
Prof. Levin and his wife,
the late Lillian Keidan, had
four children. They are: Dr.
Joseph H. of Weston, Mass.,
Mrs. Stanley Friedman, Dr.
Herbert G. Levin and Mrs.
Bernard J. Cantor.

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Hillel Day School will
present a concert featuring
compositions by Julius Cha-
jes in celebration of Israel's
25th anniversary 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, at the school.
Participants in the concert
will be the Festival Dancers
of the Jewish Center, Harriet
Berg, director; Annette Cha-
jes, mezzo soprano, soloist of
Temple Israel; Inez Red-.
man, concertmistress of the
Oak Park Symphony; David
Levine, cellist with the De-
Planners of the Program. Chairmen's Institute, spon- troit Symphony Orchestra;
sored by the Jewish Community Council 9 a.m.-noon Sunday and the composer, Julius
at the United Hebrew Schools' LaMed Auditorium, are, Chajes at the piano.
from left, Mrs. J. Stewart Linden and Mrs. Carl Schiller,
Tickets are available at the
co-chairmen, and Bernard Panush, chairman of the Coun- school office. For reserva-
cil's cultural commission. The institute is designed to pro- tions, call Hillel Day School,
vide organizational program chairmen and officers with 851-2394.
the techniques and resources necessary for effective pro-
gram planning. Registration fee includes breakfast and
Opportunity knocks only
program planning kit. For information, call the Jewish once—temptation knocks for
Community Council, 962-1880.
years. —Anon.

Wayne State University's
economics department will
honor Professor Samuel M.
Levin with a volume of his
essays to commemorate his
85th birthday June 6.
Prof. Levin, author of
many essays on labor rela-
tions, unionism and tech-
nology in America, was born
in Poland and is the son of
the late Rabbi Judah Leib
Levin, former head of the
Orthodox rabbis of Detroit.
In 1965, Prof. Levin was
guest of honor at a dedica-
tion dinner for Yeshivath
Beth Yehuda, the school
named in honor of his father.
He began teaching at the
old Central High School in
1913 and later became the
chairman of the social sci-
ence department at the De-
troit Junior College and the
College of the City of De-
troit, later to become Wayne
University. He held the
chairmanship of the eco-
nomics department until 1953
and retired from teaching in
1958 on his 70th birthday.
At Wayne, the Samuel M.
Levin Award Fund was
established by family and
friends. The cash award is
given annually to the stu-

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Set for Sunday

Wayne State University Volume
to Honor Prof. Samuel Levin, 85

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