100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 17, 1980 - Image 28

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 October 17, 1980

Nov. 6 Book Fair Speakers Listed

MOVING?

Priced Sale of Household Furnishings
Professionally Conducted In Your Home
Estate Liquidators

EDMUND FRANK & Co.

Appraisers
875-7650

Liquidators
368-4044

At 10 a.m. Nov. 6, the
Akiva Hebrew Day School
PTA, Hillel Day School
PTO, and Women's
Auxiliary-United Hebrew
Schools will co-sponsor the
Book Fair appearance of
Juliana Geran Pilon, the

Yeitotol

the histories, beliefs, re-
cruiting methods and daily
lives of the members of the
major cults — the Unifica-
tion Church, Hare Krishna,
Scientology, Divine Light
Mission and Children of
God. Smaller groups are
discussed more briefly.
"Prison or Paradise"
explores the attractiveness
RUDIN
MANN
of the cults, the back-
PILON
grounds of those who join,
Mann,
author
of
"Gizelle,
author of "Notes From the
and weaknesses in the con-
Save
the
Children,"
will
Other Side of Night." Ms.
temporary
society which
Pilon's talk is entitled speak on "Evian: Where make the cults appealing.
the
Holocaust
Could
"Growing Up Jewish Under
The book offers specific
Have Been Stopped." Her
Communism."
methods for countering the, -
Her story tells of her re- appearance will be co- cults. The controversial
turn to Romania, from sponsored by the Greater "de-programming" issue is
which her family managed Detroit Council of probed along with other
Pioneer Women.
to flee 17 years before, fol-
Mrs. Mann was a speaker legal ways of removing
lowing many years of being
at the 20th Book Fair in members from the cults.
denied the right to leave.
For information about
1971, when she wrote her
The visit to Romania, an
Book
Fair, call the Jewish
intensely emotional experi- biography of Golda Meir.
Mrs. Mann has just writ- Community Center, 661-
enc awakened the
1000, ext. 250.
author's memories of a ten "Twelve Is Too Old,"
childhood of oppression realistically dealing with
which she weaves into her the marijuana scene. One of
her articles on marijuana
narrative.
Ms. Pilon was born in use appeared in the De-
Bucharest in 1947. She cember 1979 issue of -
studied at the University of Readers Digest, and her ar-
Chicago and Princeton ticle, "Marijuana's Effect on
University, receiving her Lungs," will appear in the
doctorate in philosophy November 1980 issue.
At 8 p.m. Nov. 6, the
from Chicago in 1974.
At 1 p.m. Nov. 6, Peggy American Jewish Con-
gress and American
Jewish Committee will
Beinish Epstein
the appear-
to Receive ZOA's co-sponsor
ance of Marcia R. Rudin,
Brandeis Award the co-author of "Prison
or Paradise (The New
Religious Cults)." The
topic of Mrs. Rudin's talk
will be "New Religious
Cults: Challenge for the
Jewish Community."
"1
10:
:
4, .0416
t o • it
Mrs. Rudin's book de-
too
scribes the growing cult
phenomenon in detail. The

authors carefully review

give his
neck a break:

Yottatileid, aticitiejaw

WocAtai14- 8:00fr.m.

Wrvnet

Wa-ritatyte44,o/n/S

c44,114 Val&L

seep/twee weae,,toeit y

851-3808

855-1127

1, _

'anee Wommettee

2ell/ta4d 6. eVelitfrn

al.424ie Xedirt
ata/tAiila Xoalatlein
gerga.4~ V ia/a
ei VO4/0142t2 Waten
,Vilitea4a Waoh
era WetileA
Wad eae,n4fe,fri
,99a4e
Rona gweacvnet
yloixeydzi gieednurPrt
gliekan
,IRa/e/Aa/la Waie.414
,Warite &,/c/44,1
Ci)1. ,99 /teideM Wafklein
.99 Wri4Vne ( gal/44in
gait C.1 9019414, 4442
Xavrt
eYeele,ne e..koe./n4,

(

qt. ,slenad

Yinda Yee

APPRAISAL S

cr,o4eila critticy
edite4 .WitiaAe4
acalea Yateale4
Wino/ ata4thf#

K/4241, c50-fre4
. Aded eldittna/n

aitzwit(#

g- elitta ANwe
gi,evynumel Veit
alyta Atac4,!cy
leedy ,W :d%
eve4ly Aeytee
,99 1teiley ,9 9 cluelty
,W014.eid Ye/taw/4
yhafr40
aivecnia esPieyed
gee esPf;m4friet
wevta yintow
Wcet, Yo
.934 a4 ita4ta gleA/rt
.eiii-attei4 ,Ian
waved ge4dafe
gyivca6zi4rintain
Q1)1. eititicha,W Weinfa/tekn
C-j& .9Witite/It *We/n.449

Wal,o/ 1a/m44

1a le Ye/yin

e44

Ae4ifieyrd
Tice .411e•iele4rti
'Vice ;Ae/side/nt
1/ice Ae.6ecie/ni
giectdi.".4e4

C cie41

(it? .

•Alety
./17044naw WeiAem
,/ffeltri .5 1tiedinan
4ichrte4

W(.44edfmlainy IA-c4ei.av

,Wer-oitc&ny 4 4,c/taw/Ey
guiamcial ,AetelArviy

DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
356-2525

YiwArla

f. e

,V? it, telice (7,e'#

BEINISH EPSTEIN

WASHINGTON
Beinish Epstein, nationally
prominent Zionist, will be
awarded the coveted annual
Louis D. Brandeis Award of
the Zionist Organization of
America at the banquet
concluding the ZOA con-
vention at the Capital Hil-
ton Hotel in Washington
Sunday evening.
Republican Vice
Presidential Candidate
George Bush will be guest
speaker at the convention.
Vice President Walter
Mondale will speak at the
Saturday night session of
the convention.
The Saturday evening
session also will be ad-
dressed by Governor
Patrick Lucey of Wiscon-
sin, Presidential candi-
date John Anderson's
running mate.
The banquet Sunday
envening will be addressed
by Isarel Ambassador to the
U.S. Ephraim Evron.

One of the Godlike things
of this world is the venera-
tion done to human worth
by the hearts of men.
—Carlyle

Daily 10-6
Thurs. 10-8

1

Creative JeAelers

29173 Northwestern Hw y . ! Southfield, MI 48034 / (313) 356-2525

at 12 Mile Rd., Franklin Plaza
Aill=11,41=1 ■11110011 w

The Jabotinski Society

of Herut Zionists of America
Extend A Cordial Invitation to
The Jewish Community of
Metropolitan Detroit
to attend the

CENTENNIAL
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION •

of the Unforgettable Zionist leader

ZEEV JABOTINSKI

• Distinguished Speaker
• Israeli Films
Free Admission
at Cong. Beth Achim

21100 W. 12 Mile
Wed., Oct. 22, 8 P.M.

Rabbi Milton Arm, Sec.; Simon Cieck, Pres.
Max Drew, Treas.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan