Ortai Alt12 Activities
Beverly Gail Stewart
Plans August Ceremony
DOWNTOWN FOX CHAPTER is I EAST SIDE CHAPTER will hold
having its installation of officers, an award luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tues-
with entertainment and a variety day at Kings Arms Restaurant
dance group, 8:30 p.m. March 18 honoring President Mrs. Joseph
at the Workmen's Circle Center. Radkin, and presenting plaques to
Friends are invited. Refreshments members of 25 years' standing.
The chapter was organized 28 years
will be served.
ago. Program chairman is Mrs.
Joseph Reifman. For information,
BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL 1 call Mrs. Irving Beck, KE 8-0762.
CHAPTER will hold its anual in- , • *
BLOCH CHAPTER, will install
stallation dinner-dance 6:30 p.m.
Sunday at The Rascal House fea- its newly elected officers at a din-
turing the music of Eric Rosenow. ner in their honor 6:30 p.m. Thurs- '
For reservations, call Rose Colum- day at Workmen's Circle Center. 1
bus, 342-0726, or Shirley Bernstein, Mrs. Leon Dreylinger, past presi-
547-1754. Men may attend the dance dent of the Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan Detroit,
for a nominal charge.
land a past president of Bloch Chap-
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ter, will install the folowing: Mrs.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER will cele- Morton Steinhart, president; Mes-
brate its 25th anniversary 7 p.m. I dames Harry Kelley, Julius Ruda,
Sunday at Cong. Shaarey Shoma- Phillip Silverstein and Nathan Kus-
yim. Ricky May and his band will nit, vice presidents; Mrs. Julius
play while songstress Marcy Rose Schlussel, treasurer; and Mes-
1 dames Louis Polant, Cy Sinai,
entertains. Max Sosin will be mas-
ter of ceremonies. Prizes will be I Harry Borovitz, Sam Taub and Abe
awarded, and friends are invited.' Miller, secretaries. For information
For information, call Ruth Fisher,' call Mrs. Charles Blauer instal-
' LI 8-1287. lation chairman, VE 8-722:3.
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And yet, he said, the picture
was not entirely bleak: "There
is ferment and dissatisfaction
among the young, due to the
efect of the Israeli-Arab war of
1967, the predicament of Jews
in the Soviet Union and to the
recent experiences of the black
community which are being
translated into the Jewish com-
Prof. Max Hayward, Fellow of
St. Anthony's Oxford University
and visiting scholar at Columbia
University's Russian Institute, told
the meeting that Jewish writers
in the Soviet Union are condemned
to live "in a curious limbo, a kind
of psychological twilight in which
their relation to Russian society
has been deliberately distorted."
Despite the fact that the Jewish
contribution to Russian literature
of the century "is enormous, in
fact, central to the literature of
the country in the last 50 years,"
Prof. Hayward said, writers of
Jewish origin were being system-
atically suppressed, were perticu-
larly vulnerable to persecution and
had even paid- with their lives for
expressing opinions. He listed par-
ticularly, as the three giants of the
century, Boris Pasternak, the poet
Ossip Mandelstamm and the author
Taking part in the panel discus-
sions were authors Maurice Samuel
and Elie Wiesel. Samuel said that
?:go the Soviet Union the Yiddish
writer is compelled to become
part of the system of emasculation
and obliteration of Yiddish."
Wiesel said that Jewish writers
in the 1930's had the choice of re-
maining in Russia or leaving.
"Most chose Russia because they
thought they could bring concepts
of Judaism and communism to-
gether. They were wrong. Even
those who tried to live as Com-
munists died as Jews."
Judge to Address
Judge Charles Kaufman will be
guest speaker at a Purim celebra-
tion sponsored by
t h e Landsman-
mittee for Jew-
Fund 8:30 p.m.
March 26 at
Bnai Moshe Syn-
since 1948, Judge
elected to the
Court bench in
1959 and held this
post until he be-
judge in 1964. Judge Kaufman
During World War II, Judge
Kaufman served with the air
force in India. During his 27th
mission over enemy territory,
his plane was shot down. He was
captured and held a prisoner
of war in Japan for nearly 11/2
years. Judge Kaufman's numer-
ous decorations include the Pur-
ple Heart, Air Medal and Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross.
The Landsmanshaften Purim
event will serve as an occasion
to honor Percy Kaplan, executive
director of the Jewish National
Fund in Detroit, who this year
celebrates his 18th anniversary of
service to JNF.
Detroit toastmaster and humor-
ist Max Sosin will be master of
ceremonies. Providing the musical
entertainment will be Cantors
Louis Klein of Bnai Moshe and
Hyman Adler of Bnai David Syn-
agogue. Bella Goldberg will fur-
nish piano accompaniment. Re-
freshments will be served.
School for Disturbed Girls
ANGELES (JTA) — The
Vista Del Mar Child-Care Service
has opened its first junior high
school for girls who, according to
President George Konheim, "are
unable to adjust to the demands
of a regular school situation." The
consists of nine gills.
Dr. Sherman to Air
Abortion Issue at Oneg
DECOR GALLERY _
a n d gynecology
at Sinai Hospital
and professor at
NEW YORK (JTA)—Bnai Brith
presented its 1970 Jewish Heritage
Award for "excellence in Jewish
literature" to the late Soviet writer
Isaac Babel. The award was pre-
sented to Nathalie Babel, the
author's daughter, at the annual
meeting of Bnai Brith's national
commission on adult Jewish educa-
tion at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Babel, who was imprisoned by
Soviet officials in 1939 and died
while in 'custody, is the first per-
son to be chosen for the Bnai Brith
award posthumously. The Jewish
service organization also presented
the first Bnai Brith Book Award,
a $500 prize given for a single out-
standing work on Judaism or Jew-
ish life published during the pre-
ceding year, to Ronald Sanders'
"The Downtown Jews," which de-
scribes Jewish immigration to and
life on New York's lower East Side.
Prof. Leonard J. Fein, associate
director of the MIT-Harvard Joint
Center for Urban Studies, told the
Bnai Brith meeting that large num-
bers of Jews in the United States
are ignorant of Jewish tradition,
history, precepts, customs and
others issues involving Judaism.
Prof. Fein based his conclusions
on a continuing study of the chang-
ing Jewish community in the Bos-
ton area and information gathered
from lecturing to Jewish groups
throughout the country.
Have An Affair to Remember
Sholem Aleichem Institute will
present Dr. Alfred Sherman at its
oneg Shebat 8:30 p.m. today at the
Dr. Sherman, chief of obstetrics
Bnai Brith Presents Two Book Awards
THE - DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 6, 1970-27
MISS BEVERLY STEWART
Wayne State Uni-
versity's medical 'ow*
school, will speak
on "Abortion — a
Legal and Moral
Issue in Medi-
The public is in-
vited at no
, charge. Refresh-
1 ments will be served.
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Mrs. David Stewart of Santa
Open Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Barbara Ave. announces the en-
People have got so accustomed
Sunday Noon to 6 p.m.
gagement of her daughter Beverly to having life seasoned with crime
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Gail to Bill Boas, son of Mr. and and poverty that they cannot con-
Mrs. Morrie Boas of Flossmoor, template a life without it.—George
The bride-elect, daughter of the
late Mr. Stewart, is a senior at the
University of Michigan where she
is majoring in speech pathology.
Mr. Boas was graduated from U-M
where he majored in industrial en-
gineering, and was affiliated with
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He is
curently a masters degree candi-
Featuring Television Personality, Singer Vickie Carroll
date at the University of Illinois.
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