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September 25, 1970 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
42—Friday, September 25, 1970

Ruth Winogron Wed
to Mark H. Magidson

I

Flint Community New's

Klein Appoints Executive Committee

Alfred Klein. president of the
Flint Jewish Community Council,
has announced the appointment of
the 1970-71 executive committee.
In making the appointments,
Klein stated, "We are in historic
times, and our Council can take
great strides in promulgating
greater understanding of our pur-
poses. We must face and take
action on a series of challenges:
Israel's continued existence; inter-
pretation and implementation of
basic Judaic concepts in our local

community; communication with
our youth; service to our seniors;
Jewish education; and continuing
cultural and social programs.
"In order to meet these demands,
we need cohesive knowledgeable
leadership in our Council. One of
the privileges of the president is
the appointment of committee
chairmen and members at large to
the executive committee. The
selection of these is most imprtant,
and I give a great deal of thought
to each recommendation. The exis-

tence of Israel and the hate of
those who would destroy her and
the Jews of the world is also our
problem. The decisions we make
this year can well affect our future
generations. The ability of our
Council to function and our entire
future lies in the decisions these
appointees will make. We need a
team that will work together for
the good of our entire community."
The executive committee for
1970-71 consists of Klein and the
following:

MRS. MARK MAGIDSON

Ruth Ann Winogron, daughter cf
the Abram Winogrons of Helber
St., became the bride of Mark
Henry Magidson in a Sunday eve-
ning ceremony at Cong. Beth Israel.
Mr. Magidson is the son of Mr.
Mrs. A. Weston Mrs. 81. Pelavin
and Mrs. Harry Magidson of Bay Lawrence Covitz Michael Pelavin
Murray Moss Dr. Ira Mercier
Secretary
Women's Service
Treasurer
City.
1st Vice President2ndVicePresident 3rd VicePresident
Committee
The bride was gowned in silk
peau de soie. The high-rise neck-
line of the Empire bodice and
Camelot sleeves of hand-clipped
Alencon lace were re-embroidered
in seed pearls. Tiny bows of peau
de sole marked the deep cuff of
the sleeves, and panels of match-
ing lace lined the inverted pleats
at each side of the A-line skirt. A
Juliet cap of sculptured petals of
lace held an elbow-length, tiered
silk illusion veil. She carried a
cascade of Cymbidium orchids,
Dr. Leon Bosky Dr. Jack StanzlerB. Morris Pelavin Dr. Wm. Bernard Joseph Megdell
Louis Kasle
roses, baby's breath and English
Community Jewish Education
Leadership
Outgoing
Jewish Social
Budget and
ivy.
Relaticns
Development
President
Services
Allocations

4

Attending the bride were Deb-
Me Winogron, the bride's sister,
who was maid of honor; and
bridesmaids Mar t ha Braver,
Sharon Sidell, Harriet Hirsch
and Mrs. Cary Goldberg of Royal
Oak.

Best man was James Perlman
of Los Angeles, and ushers were
Charles Dobis and Leslie Leff, both
of Lansing, Donald Blumlo of Bay
City and Edward Kirsbaum.
Following a Jamaica honeymoon,
Abe newlyweds will live in East
Lansing, where both attend Mich-
igan State University.

Robert Silverman, Bride
Making Home-in Flint

Rabbi G. Schuster
Temple Beth El

Dr. H. M. Golden
Member at Large

Not pictured is Rabbi Hillel Mill-

gram of Cong. Beth Israel.

8ngagements

of their daughter Marlee Louise to
Steven Fishman, son of Mrs. Her-
man Fishman of Muirland Ave.,
Detroit, and the late Mr. Fishman.
Miss Tulpan, a graduate of the
University of Michigan, was affi-
liated with Delta Phi Epsilon Soro-
rity. Mr. Fishman, a graduate of
the University of Michigan, attends
law school at Wayne State Univer-
sity.

Bowling for Boys, Girls
Off to a Rolling Start

Flint Jewish Community Coun-
cil's bowling for boys and girls in

Gayle Helene Gabel and Robert the 5th through 8th grades will open

Jay Silverman were married re-
cently at Rockdale Temple, Cin-
cinnati, with Rabbi Donald Splan-
sky officiating.
After a wedding trip to Puerto
Rico, the couple is residing on
East Hill Rd.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Perry Gabel of Cincinnati
and the late Mr. Gabel. Mr. Sil-
verman is the son of Mr. Sam Sil-
verman of Cincinnati and the late
Doris Silverman.
Miss Gabel was given in mar-
riage by her brother, Steven Mi-
chael Gabel. Mrs. Donald Kaplan

"Divorcing" by Susan Taubes, a
recently published Random House
novel, is just that: it deals with
divorce and divorcing and with
the course of events in a woman's
life as she experiences various
other men after an unexplainable
departure from her husband.
Two peculiar characters are
there: the wife who can get and
does all she wants; the yielding
husband.
It's a story about Jewish char-
acters and you read such terms as
a "cynical Jewish shrug" (one
wonders what kind of a shrug it
could possibly be). a character
who "claimed he could smell a
ic Jews" and
si
jemwiis"r nonsense.
But there is much more to this
novel than these language specu-
lations. The author takes her hero-
ine, Sophie Blind through a series
of reminiscences. She takes her
back to Hungary, to the pre-Hitler
and the Nazi era, the dangers
that were faced by Jews, the flight
to the United States.
The novel thereupon turns into
a family chronicle and an experi-
ence that is based on the histori-
cal happenings.
Thus fiction is linked with re-
ality—and the latter undoubtedly
is the author's personal account of
her own life as a youngster, nr
knowledge of a family's actual ex-
periences as recounted to her.
Born in Budapest, Susan Taubes
was educated in this country. She
has written and edited books and is
skilled in her -profession.
The narrative reads well even
if the Jewish link might arouse
a negative reaction. The story has
special merit in the description of
Sophie Blind's relationship with
her children after the divorce—her
admission to her young son that
she had relations with men, the
boy's explanation of what he bears

from others in school about sex. In
that narrative there is a lesson in
family relations, in the aftermath
of "divorcing," in the problems
that emerge from divorcing.

At a dinner in their home, Dr.
and Mrs. Marvin Tulpan of Eldor-
ado Dr. announced the engagement

MRS. ROBERT SILVERMAN

'Divorcing' Novel
Describes Family
Complications

2:30 p.m. Sunday and continue
every other Sunday at Town and
Country Lanes.
The fee includes two lines of
bowling, shoes, balls and refresh.
ments.
Parents are asked to volunteer
services as a scorekeeper or
helper.
• • •
Bnai Brith Sunday morning
men's bowling league begins 9:30
a.m. Sunday at Town and Country
Lanes. Flint is host city for a
1970-71 state tournament Nov. 15.
All outstate leagues and teams
was matron of honor, and Gerald may contact D. Mitshkun, 1009
Burlington, Flint 48503.
Benjamin was best man.

Dr. Saul Gorne
Member at Large

Mrs. E. Schupack
Member at Large

Community
Calendar

Jacob Pines
Honorary
Treasurer

Terms Don't Bother
Won-Zionist' Fisher

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — At the
Sept. 26—Flint Area Temple Youth recent meeting of the newly en-

Installation Dinner
27—Tween Bowling Program
Begins, 2:30 p.m., Town
and Country Lanes
28—Temple Beth El Board
Meeting, 8 p.m.
29—Bnai Brith Board Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 1-2--Rosh Hashana

larged executive;of the Jewish
Agency, in Jerusalem, Chairman
Arieh Pincus had this to say about
the noted Jewish communal leader,
Max Fisher of Detroit:
"I doubt very much whether I
can regard Max Fisher as a non-
Zionist. I am confident, however,
that the day will come when I can
say with certainty that he is a
Zionist."
Fisher is reported to have made
the following reply: "It is really
quite unnecessary for you to exer-
cise yourself over this question;
all of the Arab propagandists have
already determined that I am in-
deed
a Zionist"
Mrs. Michael Pelavin has been
appointed chairman of the UJA
Women's Division for the state of Israel Bid for Increase
Michigan. Mrs. Pelavin is a na-
tional board member of the United in Borrowing Quota Aired
Jewish Appeal.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's
standing request for a further in-
crease of its borrowing quota
from the International Monetary
Fund was taken up with the -di-
Rosalyn J. Feller has received a rector of the IMF by David Horn-
master of arts in speech com- wits, governor of the Bank of
munication from Case Western Re- Israel, at a meeting in Copen-
hagen this week.
serve University, Cleveland.
• • •
Other issuers discussed were
Flint students receiving bachelors Israel's over-all economic situa-
degrees from Michigan State Uni- tion and its continued association
versity were Frank J. Benison, with the IMF. It was agreed that
Maura A. Elford and Jill D. Rosen- an IMF delegation would visit
Israel annually for consultations. -
berg.

Comings ...
and
... Goings

Youth on Be Move

The Hungarian family that is de-
picted here, Sophie's links to that
Jewish group that later was con-
fronted by Nazism, creates the as-
pect of historicity that gives "Div-
orcing" historical interest. That
aspect enriches the novel's merits.

Dr. Haber to Address
AJCommittee Parley

MILWAUKEE — Dr. W i 11 i a m
Haber, special adviser to the
president of the University of Mich-
igan, will discuss what is happen-
ing on the college campus today,
at a communitywide banquet of
the American Jewish Committee's
Midwest Regional Advisory Coun-
cil Conference in Milwaukee, Oct.
24 in the Pfister Tower Hotel.
Lewis Grossman of Detroit L.
chairman of the Midwest Regional
Advisory Council.
The banquet is the major event
of a two-day conference, Oct. 24-
25, which will bring together AJC
leaders from Chicago, Milwaukee,
Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City,
Omaha, St Louis and the Twin
Cities.

Bertram H.

Gad,

executive

vice president of the Americas
Jewish Committee, w91 be fea-
tured at the opening luscheon of
the conference Oct. 24, to discuss
sew dames is society which
could lead to increased anti-

&MINIUM.

At the breakfast meeting Oct.
25, George. E. Gruen, Israel and
Middle East specialist of the for-
eign affairs department, American

Jewish Committee, will speak on
"Israel and the Propaganda War."

To have doubted ear's own Bret
principles is the mark of a deg-
ined man.-01Iver Wendell Holmes,
Jr.

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