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August 26, 1983 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

War Resistance Commemorated at Interfaith Event Thursday

Jan Karski, Polish-born,
underground courier for the
anti-Nazi underground
organization during World
War II, will be the guest
speaker at a joint Jewish -
Polish - Ukrainian Ameri-
can commemoration, "Re-
sistance to Tyranny" to be
held at Mercy College au-
ditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday.
The program is part of a
coalition sponsored locally
by the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit and the Detroit Chap-
ter, American Jewish
Committee. National ef-
forts along these lines have
been fostered by the Polish
American - American
Jewish Committee
Dialogue.
Karski, who related his
war experiences in the book,
"Story of a Secret State," is a
recipient of the title "Right-
eous Gentile" from the Fed-
eration of the Jewish Asso-
ciations in California. In
Jerusalem, a tree bearing
his name has been planted
in the Avenue of the Right-
eous at Yad Vashem.
A member of the Polish
diplomatic service until
1939 when he was taken
prisoner by the Red
Army, he escaped to

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work with the resistance
movement. His knowl-
edge of languages and
foreign countries was

teaching Eastern European
affairs, comparative gov-
erment and international
affairs. He has also been
visiting professor at
Columbia University.
The U.S. State Depart-
ment sent Karski on six-
month lecture tours to 16
countries in Asia and Af-
rica. In 1974, he was
awarded a Fulbright schol-
arship to inspect Polish,
British and French archives
for his major work, "The
Great Powers and Poland
1919-1945 (From Versailles

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Singles
Events

YOUNG JEWISH
ADULTS ASSOCIATION
(ages 18-25) elected Sandy
Meyer, Sari Kaplan and
Jane Sklar secretaries of
the organization.
The group will go to
Cedar Point Sunday, leav-
ing 7:30 a.m. from the
Southfield Civic Center
tennis courts. Carpools will
be formed.
There is a fee, and tickets
are available at the South-
field Parks and Recreation
Department during busi-
ness hours. Drivers are
needed. Guests are wel-
come.
A general meeting will
be held 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the home of Sora Di-
renfield, 18945 Adrian,
Southfield.
For information, call
Sandy Meyer, 559-4318;
Jane Sklar, 552-0265.

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JAN KARSKI

useful in acting as a
courier between the gov-
ernment in exile and the
underground in Poland.
In 1942, he reported to the
Polish, British and Ameri-
can governments on the
situation in Poland and on
the extermination of the
Jews.
He refused to return to
Poland after the war and
made the U.S. his home. In
1954, he became an Ameri-
can citizen. Having received
his PhD at Georgetown
University, he has been

* * *

Toledo, Detroit
Singles to Meet

Detroit area Jewish sing-
les age 21-35 are invited to
meet the Toledo Young
Jewish Singles at a dinner 8
p.m. Saturday at the Old
Parthenon Restaurant in
Greektown, downtown De-
troit.
Dress is casual. No reser-
vations will be taken.
Everyone is responsible for
their own dinner.

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The joint commemoration
is jointly sponsored by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, Detroit Chapter;
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit;
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith; Polish Ameri-
can Congress, Michigan Di-
vision; St. Mary's College;
Ukrainian Congress Com-
mittee, Metropolitan
Branch and the Ukrainian
Congress Committee- East
Detroit Branch.

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