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October 07, 1988 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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Three Detroit-area ethnic
groups — Poles, Jews and
Ukrainians — will join for an
academic symposium to be
held Sunday at Wayne State
University.
The symposium, "Poland,
1919-1939: Caught Between
the Swastika and the Red
Star," is subtitled "Dynamics
of the Relations Among Poles,
Jews and Ukrainians in the
Inter-War period."
Three professors will
discuss the period from the
Polish, Jewish and Ukrainian
viewpoint. They are Prof.
M.B. Biskupski, of St. John
Fisher College in Rochester,
N.Y.; Prof. Samuel Kassow, of
Trinity College in Hartford,
Conn.; and Prof. Roman
Szporluk, of the University of
Michigan. They will discuss
the social, political and
economic dynamics present in
Polish society and how these
factors affected the interac-
tions between these three
ethnic groups in the inter-war
period.
The program will begin at
2:30 p.m. in the General Lec-
tures Building located at
Warren Ave. and Anthony
Wayne Dr. Rev. Leonard
Chrobot, past president of St.
Mary's College at Orchard
Lake, will moderate the pro-
gram and introduce a candle-
lighting ceremony that has
become a tradition among the
three groups.
For the past seven years,
representatives of the three
communities have joined
together to recall and com-
memorate the invasion of
Poland which occurred on
Sept. 1, 1939, and which was
the beginning of World War

II.
Dr. Frank Corliss, chairman
of the department of Slavic
and Eastern languages and
literature, Wayne State
University, will introduce the
professors. Dr. Arthur
Johnson, vice president of
WSU will bring greetings on
behalf of the university. A
social hour will follow the
program.
Among the sponsoring
groups are the National Po-
lish American/Jewish Ameri-
can Council; Polish-Ameri-
can, Jewish-American, Uk-
rainian-American Coordin-
ating Council of Metropolitan
Detroit; the American Jewish
Committee, Detroit Chapter;
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit; Po-
lish American Congress,
Michigan Division; St. Mary's
College; University of Michi-
gan Center for Russian and

Eastern European Studies;
Wayne State University De-
partment of Slavic and East-
ern Languages and Litera-
ture and Department of
Judaic Studies; the Inter-
national Institute of Metro-
politan Detroit; Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies;
Studium-North American
Study Center for Polish
Affairs.

Elbinger
Pre-Trial Set

DAVID HOLZEL

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Staff Writer

erne Elbinger, vol-
unteer assistant to
the Jewish chaplain
at Northville Regional Psy-
chiatric Hospital, will face a
pre-trial hearing Oct. 17 on
trespassing charges at the
35th District Court in
Plymouth.
Elbinger was to have been
arraigned Sept. 29. The ar-
raignment was waived, accor-
ding to a court clerk. At the
pre-trial, Elbinger will plead
guilty or not guilty to the
trespassing charge. If he
pleads not guilty, his case will
go to trial.
Elbinger
will
be
represented by a court-
appointed public defender.
Elbinger was charged with
trespassing Sept. 8 at the
psychiatric facility, according
to Michigan State Police.
He is the assistant to Rab-
bi Martin Gordon, who
ministers to the hospital's two
Jewish patients as well as
heads the Livonia Jewish
congregation.
The hospital's director, Dr.
Walter Brown, said Elbinger
was disrupting the facility's
dinner-time routine. Elbinger
denied Brown's accusation.

Family Shabbat
Dinner Slated

Congregation Beth Abra-
ham Hillel Moses will hold a
family shabbat dinner to
honor new members at 6:30
p.m. Oct. 14. A family wor-
ship service and Oneg Shab-
bat will follow.
There is a charge, and reser-
vations are required by Mon-
day. For information and
reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-6880.

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