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July 03, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, July 3, 1970

Fortas Reviews So cial Revolution
Aspects in Yeshiva Dinner Address

Yeshiva University received as-
surances of uninterrupted support
from Detroit Jewry at the 15th an-
nual dinner held June 25 at the
Shaarev Zedek.
With former Supreme Court Jus-
tice Abe Fortas as guest speaker,
the gathering was greeted by local
leaders in the movement of De-
troit Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
The -occasion was utilized to pay
honor to the pioneer initiator of
the annual dinners. David Gold-
berg. who was absent due to ill-
ness. There was deep appreciation
for his effort and expressions of
good wishes for his speedy recov-
ery from surgery he had under-
gone.
A special feature of the eve
ning was the brief address by
Miss Shifra Stollman. a June
graduate from Yeshiva Univer-
sity's Stern College for Women,
who brought greetings from the
university's president, Dr. Sam-
uel Belkin.
Participants in the program in-
cluded Shifra's father. Rabbi Sam-
uel Stollman, who was ordained
at the university's theological sem-
inary: David Pollack, Cantor J.
Sonenklar, Rabbi James I. Gor-
don. who also was ordained at
Yeshiva's Yitzhak Elhanan Theo-
logical Seminary: Nathan I. Gol-
din, Samuel Ilechtman, Abraham
Borman and Judge Charles L.
Levin, who was toastmaster and
introduted Justice Fortas.
Borman was host to the gather-
ing of 300 at the annual dinner.
Justice Fortas' address analyzed
the three major crises in Amer-
ican life which have resulted in a

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social revolution—the problem in-
volving the blacks, the poverty of
36.000,000 citizens and the youth
rebellion.
Reviewing the history that led to
adoption of Constitutional Amend-
ments which assured equal rights
for the Negroes, Fortas pointed to
the failure to adhere to them and
emphasized the justice of battling
endlessly to achieve justice for the
blacks of this country.
He pleaded for patience and
understanding in tackling the
issues, and he admonished that
what has already happened in
the social upheavals is "only a
beginning because a nation can
not live half free when it has
made promises."
Praising the efforts of former
Chief Justice Earl Warren and the
late Martin Luther King, he em-
phasized that "we are not a police
state" and he warned against any
occurrences that could lead to it.
Pointing out that a sixth of the
American population suffers from
poverty, that there are 10.000.000
hungry, a third of them children,
he asked: "What do you think this
revelation did to our college kids?"
He expressed confidence that the
youth, being "a wonderful genera-
tion," wishes to accomplish things
that are good and will emerge
wholesome and creative.
Justice Fortas commenced his
address with an expression of hope
that "the meshugass in Washing-
ton will stop and Israel will get
the planes she needs." Speaking
of Jewry's interest in Israel he
said "we carry on because we arc
accustomed to adversity" and join-
ed in strong support for all efforts
to protect Israel's position as a
sovereign state.

WSU Hillel Holds
Awards Luncheon

At an awards luncheon and in-
stallation, held at Hillel Foundation
of Wayne State University, Robert
Lubin was elected president.
Andrea Norman is vice presi-
dent; Ruth Levy, secretary; and
Laurie Applebaum, treasurer.
Gold keys were presented to out-
going President Albert Portnoy and
Mrs. Kapustin, wife of Rabbi Max
Kapustin, director of Billet. Special
gifts were given to Rabbi Kapustin
and Mrs. Bernice Konikow, secre-
tary.

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MRS ARTHUR ZALEV

In a recent ceremony in the Beth
Sholom Synagogue in Toronto.
Marcia Goldkind became the bride
of Dr. Arthur Harold Zalev. Rabbi
David Monson officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Goldkind of Toronto
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zalev
of Ypres Blvd., Windsor.
The bride wore a gown of Alen-
con lace embroidered with seed
pearls. Her veil of the same lace
and pearls was fashioned as a
mantilla and she carried a bou-
quet of Freesia and cornflowers.
Attending the bride were her
twin sisters Mrs. David Pomotov
of Toronto and Mrs. Reuben Bau-
mel of of New Rochelle, N.Y.
Serving as junior bridesmaids were
Rhonda Pomotov, Caroline Baumel
and Lisa Baumel. Mark Pomotov
was ring bearer.
Dean Zalev was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Dr. Rueben
Baumel, David Pomotov, Floyd
Zalev and Maxwell Zalev.
After a wedding trip to the Ba-
hamas, the couple will reside in
Toronto.

Parade, Carnival
Mark Oakland's
Birthday Party

On Sunday, the Pontiac-Oakland
area will celebrate Oakland
County's 150th birthday with a pa-
rade starting at 2 p.m. near the
intersection of Auburn and Wide
Track Drive, Pontiac.
The Franklin Village Brass Band
will parade in three 1924-1928 vin-
tage fire engines, in the Meadow
Brook Music Festival's entourage.
They will play "76 Trombones," as
a reminder that "The Music Man,"
Meredith Willson will conduct a
musical salute to the Oakland
County sesquicentennial at Meadow
Brook starting 6:30 p.m. following
the parade.
Pamela Ann Eldred, Oakland
County's Miss America, will fly to
the sesquicentennial and will be
the special guest of the West
Bloomfield Township.
Others will be the VFW's Royal
Lancers Drum and Bugle Corps,
state Champions from Wyandotte
Michigan, a Dixie Land Band and
several top Canadian marching
bands.

A carnival train almost two
miles long will roll into Pontiac
Tuesday, bringing the "World
Greatest Midway," running July
8 - July 19 at a site touching the
north side of the Pontiac Mall.
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the Wild Animal Trainers," and
eight Royal Bengel tigers; and
Bob Top and Edna, aerial dare-
devils on roller skates. Among the
carnival rides is the $60,000 space
age Swiss Toboggan and the rol-
ler-coaster-like S250,000 Zyklon.
Admission will be free to those
who stop at Pontiac Mall July 1-
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admission tickets. Pontiac Mall
merchants will also be distributors
of 150,000 discount ride tickets.

Radicalism: The conservatism of
tomorrow injected into the affairs
of today. —Ambrose Bierce

Gerald L. Freed, 3520 Victoria
Blvd., Windsor, was elected presi-
dent of the Windsor Jewish Com-
munity Council at its annual meet-
ing, June 24.
Freed 34, a native of Windsor
attended King George School and
Kennedy Collegiate. He obtained
a BA in economics from Assumo-
tion College (University of Wind-
sor) in 1958. He is also a graduate
of the I. L. Peretz Yiddish School.
The son of Mr. and Mrs: Sam
Freed of Windsor, he is the secre- 1
tary treasurer of Freed Storage
Ltd., as well as general manag.:o-
of Sam's Dept. Store on Ottawa
St.
Freed has long been active in
the community. He was on the
constitution revision committee of
the United Community Services, a
former chairman of the Ottawa ;
Street Business and Professional
Association and a member of the
retail merchants committee of the
' Windsor Chamber of Commerce. '
He is a member of Temple Beth
EL a former board member of the
I. L. Peretz School and currently
serves on the board of directors '
and board of education of the Wind-
sor Hebrew Day School.
He is on the national execu-
tive of the United Israel Appeal
and has been the chairman of the
Windsor Hebrew Day School.
Freed is on the national execu-
tive of the United Israel Appeal.
Ile has been the chairman of the
Windsor United Jewish Appeal
Campaign for the past three years,
a former chairman of the Jewish
Community Center membership
committee and active in all facets
of the Center.

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musical productions. His hobbies
include jogging and swimming. He
is married to the former Miriam
Linden and has three children,
Mark, 12, Ari, 9, and Natalie, 6 , z.
Elected with Freed were the fol-
lowing: Charles Zalev, William
Tepperman and Mrs. Maxwell
Schott, vice presidents; Mrs. Mar-
ton M. Bernholtz, treasurer; and
Herbert Brudner, secretary.

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