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April 19, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 19, 1963

Nancy Ross Weds
Richard Weiner

Yiddish Novelist I. Singer Relates
Cooperman -Stewart
Spiritual Conviction in Authorship Engagement Told

By RICHARD APTEKAR
"The highest • goal of man
should be to create. Everything
God created should be creative.
I believe this is the essence of
life and existence. God is a
strugglist artist. Just as God
does, so must we who write,
keep on creating, struggling to
make something good."
Isaac Singer was in town for
a talk sponsored by the National
Foundation of Jewish Women at
the Jewish Center last Saturday
night. His exchange with the
press took place on Friday af-
ternoon at his motel in down-
town Detroit.
Singer has published six
books, including four novels and
two collections of short stories.
'The Slave,' his most recent
novel, published by Farrar
Straus and Cudahy, has sold
15,000 copies. Another work,
'Spinoza of Market Street,' is
now out in paperback form,
under the Avon aegis.
On religion, Singer said:
"I understand religion in my
own way. I believe in God, but
my belief in revelation is not
great. I don't practice any affili-
ated relationship with any
branch of Judaism."

MRS.. RICHARD 'WEINER
In an .afternoon • double-ring
ceremony, Nancy Ross was wed
to Richard Weiner on March 24.
The - bride is the' daughter of
Mrs. Samuel Wilson of Strath-
moor Ave., and Irving Ross of
New York City. The bridegroom
is the - son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Weiner . of Cherrylawn Ave.
The. bride Wore an ivory bro-
cade short. gown with matching
pillbox 'draped in silk illusion.
Her attendants were Carole
Ross, Barbara Pearl, Helene Le-
vine and Rose Ehrinpries. The
bridegroom's _ attendants were Nominations Offered
Donald Schore, Dr.. Conrad for Allied Campaign
Pearl, Darryl Lieberman and
Women's Division
Paul Rosen.
A slate of officers and board
The couple live on Rensselaer
Ave., Oak Park, after a honey- members has been submitted by
the nominating committee for
moon in New York City.
the approval of the membership-
at-large of the Women's Divi-
sion of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, according to Mrs. John
C. Hopp, chairman.
Election will be held at the
annual meeting on June 5 at
the Jewish Center. All women_
who contributed to the cam-
paign are members and entitled
to vote. Additional nominations
May be made by petition, signed
by 25 members, and submitted
at least one week in advance of
the annual session
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The son of a rabbi, he was a
newspaperman in Warsaw, be-
fore journeying to the U.S. in
1935, as correspondent for the
Jewish Daily Forward.
On his craft and its practi-
tioners, Singer said:
"I just sold four short stories
to The Saturday Evening Post.
They are memoirs of my ex-
periences under the title, 'My
Father's Code Troop.' It sur-
prised me that the publisher
should pay so much for my
work. I got $3,500 for the
series.
"I think 'The Slave' is my
best work so far. I write every-
thing first in Yiddish; then
translate into English. Cecil
Hemley helped in translating
'The Slave.'
(A new novel, 'The Manor,'
will be published next year.)
"I'm not a scholar, just a
writer. A writer should stick
to his own milieu.
"I first compose in long-
hand, writing in Yiddish from
right to left. When I write
in English, I write from right
to left also. We had a hard
time trying to find a note-
book in Detroit with no red
margin on the left. That red
margin bothers me. We finally
got one."
On anti-Semitism, Singer said:
"Hate stems from people with
weak minds and spirits. Weak
people are more prone to hate
than people with strong spirits.
Anti-Semitism is just a part of
human hatred."
Singer's compassion extends,
albeit through a loose and ex-
aggerated connection,• to -his eat-
ing habits.
"I am a vegetarian by habit,"
he said. "I don't hear the
vegetable cry."

.

,

Alpha Chi Sigma
Gives Top Chemistry
Award to Kroopnick

Peter Kroopnick, an Oak
Park High School graduate now
teaching a course in qualitative
chemistry at Wayne State Uni-
versity where he is working
toward his master's degree, has
been named winner of the
highest award for chemistry
excellence in Michigan by the
Detroit Professional Branch of
Alpha Chi Sigma.
The national society of chem-
ists has chapters in each of the
state's three major universities.
Kroopnick was cited for "out-
standing potential in the field
of chemistry." A member of
Beta Xi, he is the first Wayne
State student to win the award.
His plans are to attend the Uni-
MISS FRANCES COOPERMAN, versity of California in Berkley
to work toward his doctorate in
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Coop- chemistry.

erman
of St. Marys announce
The True International Touch!
the engagement of their daugh-
fromLondontnigand,
ter, Frances Reta, to Ronald
Lee Stewart, son of Mr. :-.nd
Mrs. Samuel B. Stewart.
music.
The bride-elect was a voice
major at Indiana University.
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