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April 24, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, April 24, 1981

Amos Aricha Has New Novel

China Travel Program Topic

The U.S.-China People's
Friendship Association will
present a program, "China
in April 1981," 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Oakland
Community College, Or-
chard Ridge Campus, Build-
ing J, room 409.
The program is geared for
persons who wish to learn

more about China and those
planning trips to the Orient.
Admission is free, and
everyone is welcome.

If charity cost no money,
and favors represented no
inconvenience, the world
would be bursting with
saints.

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Israeli author Amos
Aricha will be autograph-
ing his new novel about
global espionage, "Hour of
the Clown," on May 2 at The
Book People store in the Or-
chard Mall.
Aricha, a Sabra, is a
former police superinten-
dent in Israel and is married
to former Detroiter Gail
Burkow. The couple live in
Herzliya and have two chil-
dren.
"Hour of the Clown" is
Aricha's second book to
appear in English, pub-
lished by Signet. His
previous novel,
"Phoenix," a spy thriller,
was inspired by his work
with Moshe Dayan on the
newspaper Hayom
Hazeh.

Since leaving the Israeli
police, Aricha has devoted
himself to writing and
painting.

Stasson Directs
Student Concert

Jerome Stasson has been
named conductor of the De-
troit High School Honors
String Orchestra.
This orchestra will per-
form 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Masonic Temple Au-
ditorium in the third "Eve-
ning of Fine Arts" featuring
outstanding performing
groups in the Detroit high
schools.
The concert will feature
compositions by Mozart,
Vivaldi, Moussorgsky, Reed
and Howard Hansen.

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