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December 03, 1976 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Levin Library Record Printed

The central library
committee of the United
States District Court for
the Eastern District of
Michigan has published
the proceedings from the
dedication of the Theo-
dore Levin Memorial Lib-
rary in the Federal Build-
ing a year ago.
The Levin Memorial
Foundation raised more
than $30,000 to finance a
suitable tribute to the
late judge.
Judge Levin served for
many years with distinc-
tion
on the Federal bench
.
Detroit, and was consi-
_ ered by many of his col-
leagues as one of the
finest jurists in the coun-
try.

He was appointed by

JOE MILLER

and

HIS ORCHESTRA

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N.P. Rossen Wing Dedicated
by Detroiters at Bar-Han U.

JUDGE LEVIN

President Truman to the
court in 1946 and served
as chief judge from 1959
until his 70th birthday in
1967. He remained on the
bench until his death in
1970.

Active in numerous
Jewish causes he was a
president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and a
Butzel Award winner.

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Ilan was the first
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first traditionally Jewish
one. The scientists in the
new Rossen Wing were
trying to bring the Jewish
ethical and moral point of
view to bear on their re-
search, he said.
In his response, Ros-
sen said that he always
wanted to do something
for Jewish education and
was grateful that he had
been able to.

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Dr. Charles A. Berk,
podiatrist, has relocated
his practice to the Hun- ,
tington Professional
Building, 26711 Wood-
ward, Huntington Woods.
* * *
Anne Whiting of Oak
Park has been licensed by
the state of Michigan as a
registered pharmacist.
Mrs. Whiting is a 1976
graduate of the Michigan
State University college
of pharmacy.
* * *
Edgar A. Guest III has
joined RG Productions as
director of the company's
forthcoming productions
at Botsford Inn Dinner
Theater slated to begin in
January.

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The Nathan P. Rossen
Wing of the new Life Sci-
ences Building at Bar-
Ilan University was dedi-
cated at a ceremony in
the presence of Mr. and
Mrs. Rossen and mem-
bers of their family.
Speaking at the cere-
mony, Rabbi Hayim
Donin said that Mr. and
Mrs. Rossen had joined
the select band of men —
"Yichidei segula" — who
by their actions were
helping to build up the
spiritual strength of the
Jewish people.
Prof. Kurt Stern out-
lined the work being done
in the wing, which houses
the laboratories of some
of the most senior faculty
of the Department of Life
Sciences.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosser'
unveiled the plaque, and
Mrs. Genevieve Portner
and her daughter cut the
ribbon.
Phillip Stollman, chair-
man of the Board of Trus-
tees, presided at the
luncheon following the
dedication.
Prof. Milon Sprecher,
the rector, said that Bar-

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. —Thomas Carlyle

Shown at the recent dedication ceremonies of the
Rossen Wing of the Life Sciences Building at Bar-Ilan
University in Israel are, from left, Detroiter Phillip
Stollman, chairman of the global board of trustees at
Bar-Ilan; former Detroiter Rabbi Hayim Donin; Prof.
Kurt Stern; and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan P. Rossen.

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Michigan
House
speaker Bobby D. Crim
(D-Davison) and legisla-
tive leaders from 16 other
states will visit Israel
Dec. 12-22 as guests of the
Israeli government.
The itinerary includes
meetings with high-
ranking Israeli govern-
ment officials and others.

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