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September 23, 1983 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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Brandeis Biography Offers
Insight to Zionist Links

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
United Nations Secretary
The Louis D. Brandeis
General Javier Perez de story will always excite
Cuellar has asked the interest in many spheres.
World Health Organization The American experience
- and the United Nations endlessly relates to the ac-
Human Rights Commission tivities of the U.S. Supreme
to act on behalf of Soviet Court justice whose deci-
prisoners who have been sions remain landmarks in
denied adequate medical at- court actions. The late
tention.
jurist's Zionist involve-
Sen. Charles Percy (R- ments remain indelibly a
Ill.), who is chairman of the part of American and world
Senate Foreign Relations Zionist history.
Committee, wrote to de
"Brandeis: An Intimate
Cuellar last July, after he Biography of One of Am6H-
became concerned about the ca's Truly Great Supreme
deteriorating health of Court Justices" (Prentice-
Soviet Jewish and non- Hall), as the complete title
Jewish prisoners, including of a noteworthy volume
Anatoly Shcharansky and indicates, provides vol-
Alexander Paritsky.
uminous details about the
The Senator received a life of the eminent leader. In
letter from -the UN official this biographical account,
last week, saying that he Lewis J. Paper, a Univer-
had complied with the re- sity of Michigan graduate
quest.
who has since registered

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LOUIS BRANDEIS
many legal. and writing
achievements, goes into de-
tail about Brandeis' en-
trance into Zionist ranks,
his assumption of Jewish
leadership and the many
conflicts that ensued.
There is much in this de-
tailed story about the Bran-
deis opposition to the eco-
nomic policies of Chaim
Weizmann, the then
president of the World
Zionist Organization, and
the nevertheless uninter-
rupted devotions to Zionist
ideals.
Subsequent comments
on this important . biog-
raphy will detail many of
these occurrences as well
as the personalities who
had important roles in
Brandeis' life.
Of special interest in rela-
tion to "Brandeis" was the
party given -last week in
Virginia by Catherine
Filene Shouse celebrating
the publication of the biog-
raphy. Mrs. Shouse's father,
Lincoln Filene, was one of
Brandeis's earliest clients
as the future Supreme
Court justice began his law
practice in Boston at the
turn of the century.
Paper has pledged a 10
percent of royalties from
the book to a fund for re-
building the Filene Center,
an open-air stage and con-
cert hall at the Wolf Trap
performing arts park
created by Mrs. Shouse and
named for her father. The
center was d6stroyed by fire
in 1982.
—P.S.

The Dutch End
Religious Tax

AMSTERDAM (JTA)
The Dutch Parliament has
approved a government de-
cision to abrogate 'a 150-
year-old law which paid a
subvention to religious offi-
cials of all faiths in Holland
and facilitated Jewish and
other congregations in tax-
ing their members.
The law, promulgated in
_ the Napoleonic era, was in-
tended to compensate reli-
gious bodies for the exprop-
riation of their properties by
the government. The gov-
ernment decided that the
law was obsolete and an in-
fringement of privacy.

AJC Honors
Nederlander

NEW YORK — James N.
Nederlander, head of the
Nederlander theater chain,
will.be the 1983 recipient of
the American Jewish Con-
gress' Cultural Achieve-
ment Award at a dinner
ceremony Oct. 3 at the
Pierre Hotel in New York.

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