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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 8, 1983

Detroit Family's Saga Inspires Borsht-Babka
Book Autographing Party at Center on Aug. 2

Aug. 2 will be the date for
a party relegated to so many
functions involving a De-
troit family, that its many
aspects promise to make it

the party of the century.
The evening will be occa-
sion for autographing "Re-
member This Time."
Therefore, the editors of

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The book itself merits ad-
vance comment. "Re-
member This Time" is the
story of the Chodoroffs who
suffered through five ruling
governments, the Russians,
Germans, Poles, Bolsheviks
and again the Poles, before
sailing at last for their
haven in Detroit.
There is a genesis to the
publication of this tale.
Esther Margolis was par-
ticipating in a mourning
period, the Shiva, for the
sister of her mother Kala.
She took notes, made tape
recordings of her family's
oft-related experiences and
planned to have it for her
newly-formed publishing
house, Newmarket Press
(which she organized after a
career with Bantam Books).
She planned to have her
cousin Gloria Broder share
with her in the preparation
of the family chronicle.
Instead, Gloria and her
husband, Bill, undertook
the job and made it the
reality it will be acclaimed
at the Aug. 2 party to be
held at the main Jewish
Community Center.

Two parties will inau-
gurate the book, which is
due off the press Aug. 1.
The Detroit Jewish
Community Center func-
tion Aug. 2 will be a mis-
hpaha fete and 400 mem-
bers of the families and
friends are expected to
attend. Another party
will be held in San Fran-
cisco, the home of the
Broder authors.

While a review of "Re-
member This Time" is yet to
follow, the authors merit an
advance re-introduction
Gloria Kurian Broder and
Bill Broder were born and
raised in Detroit, and have
lived in Sausalito, Calif.
since 1962. Gloria is a
graduate of the University
of Michigan, a first genera
tion American, the eldest o f
five sisters, whose paren is
were immigrants from Rus
sia who met and married in
Detroit in 1926. (Her
mother was also one of five
sisters.)
Bill Broder is a graduate
of Columbia University,
second generation Ameri-
can, one of three brothers,
from a family active in
Jewish-American organiza-
tions.

The Broders have been
writers all their profes-
sional lives. Mrs.
Broder's short stories
have appeared in
Harper's Magazine and
Carleton Miscellany. She
is also co-author of a
screenplay based on one
of her short stories pro-
duced under the auspices
of the American Film In-
stitute.

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