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October 02, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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WASHINGTON — The
launching of the Washing-
ton Friends of Bar-Ilan
University was marked at a
private luncheon and a
Congressional reception ,
attended by some 150
Jewish community leaders.
Guest of honor at both
events was Dr. Emanuel
Rackman, president of
Bar-lian. Jane Stern of New
York, •president of the
American Board of Trustees
of Bar-Ilan, attended.

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dotal History of the Jews of
Windsor and Essex County"
was just published this
week by, Black Moss Press.
It includes many interest-
ing bits of information, in-
cluding:
The first comic book in
North America was created
by a Windsor Jew.
Another Windsor Jew
won a silver medal at Hit-
ler's 1936 "Aryan" Olympic
showcase, and his team-
mates flatly refute the lie
that the Olympic team gave
Hitler the Nazi salute.
The first Jew in the
Canadian senate and the
first Jew in the federal
cabinet are both from
Windsor. '
Why Windsor? is the
question answered by Her-
bert Gray, Senator David
Croll and others in this
anecdotal look at one of

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Confidence in another
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SAN FRANCISCO—The
Holocaust Library and Re-
search Center of San Fran-
cisco is celebrating its sec-
ond anniversary.
Included in its collections
are 4,000 books in 12 lan-
guages, hundreds of photo-
graphs, diaries and gov-
ernment documents. Some
artifacts have been ac-
quired, but the emphasis of
the collection is on research
materials in print and
manuscript formats in
English, Hebrew, Yiddish,
Hungarian, Italian, Dutch,
German, Polish, French and
various Slavic languages.
The staff is actively seek-
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program of interviews with
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Lectures, given by con-
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OTTAWA (JTA) — Jack
Austin, a member of the
Canadian senate, was
named last week by Prime
Minister Pierre Elliott
Trudeau to a cabinet post in
the prime minister's cabinet
reshuffle, raising to three
the number of Jewish
cabinet members.
Austin, 49, was named
Minister of State with spe-
cial responsibility for west-
ern Canada. The other
Jewish Cabinet members
are Herbert Gray, of
Windsor, for Industry,
Trade and Commerce; and
Bob Kaplan, Solicitor Gen-
eral.
Austin, born in western
Canada, lived in Vancouver
and was a senior civil ser-
vant in the previous Liberal
government. Sources said
Austin was known as an inf-
luential bureaucrat in the
Canadian government.

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