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March 24, 1989 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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language.
As a professor at the
University of Cincinnati, he
started the Lessing Society
and the Lessing Yearbook,
now in its 25th year. From
1976 to 1978, he was the
chairman of the department
of Germanic and Slavic
languages at the University
of Maryland. In 1978, he
was appointed provost of
Wayne State University for
three years. He has been
teaching at WSU since then.
His curriculum vitae has 14
pages listing his literary
publications.
Other special highlights
include his presentation at

In 1942, he was
inducted into the
U.S. Army. He
participated in the
Normandy invasion
and visited
Buchenwald the
day after its
liberation.

the site of his burned
synagogue in Hildesheim
where a monument was
unveiled at a Kristallnacht
commemoration. Also, his
international colleagues
dedicated the book Exile
and Enlightement, a collec-
tion of studies in German
and comparative literature
called a Festschrift.



TIDBITS

HAYRIDE WELCOME

Congregation Shir Tikvah
recently held a hayride to
welcome new Russian Jews
to the area. It took a few
minutes for the 45
attendees to learn how to
pronounce each other's
names. Some of the
activities at the Sugarbush
Farm in Canton township
included milking cows and
roasting hot dogs and
marshmallows. Igor
Grinberg of Oak Park,
Ilya Leytes of Oak Park
and Maria Drigant of
Southfield were some of the
Russian Jews who enjoyed
the welcome. Some Shir
Tikvah members who
enjoyed the day also
include: Martha

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Laurencelle, Phyllis
Wenig, Joanne Levy,
Sharon Curran and
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with his wife, Marsha.

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NUTRITIONAL ADVICE
Jane Brody, of the New
York Times, was the guest

speaker at the Maimonides
Donor Day luncheon held
at Adat Shalom. Brody
extolled the virtues of fiber
and warned the audience of
that naughty F word — fat.
Her nutritional advice was
motivating to the 400 in
the audience. Dina
Brodsky, Stacey Brodsky,
Ann Rosenberg, Helene
Brody, Cathy Deutchman,
Leila Eidelman, Rosanne
Kukes and president
Marlene Moss listened
attentively. In the foyer
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were taking charge of the
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Kitty Dubin of
Birmingham will have a
world premiere of her new
play, The Last Resort, on
April 7 in Austin, Texas.
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drama about a divorced
mother who fears a custody
battle over her son. She
returns to the resort where
she vacationed as a child in
order to come to terms with
herself as an adult. But
Kitty Dubin isn't
personally planning any
vacations. She resides in
Birmingham with her
husband Larry and son,
Nick.

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