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October 14, 1983 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-14

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8 Friday, October 14, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jewish Book Fair

(Continued from Page 1)
During the week 23 au-
thors will speak. Each has
written a book of Jewish
content within the last year.
The public is invited, free of
charge.
Book
Fair
is
a
community-wide event co-
sponsored by 64 organiza-
tions. There will be speak-
ers in Hebrew and in Yid-
dish, as well as a special
English-Yiddish Theater
night for which there is a
charge.
Chairpersons Rochlen
and Silverstein are assisted
by the following committee
heads: Sue Rose, Sandy
Zeskind, Eleanor Korn, Cis
Maisel, Selma Bernbaum,
Gertrude Lahr, Rose Ro-
land, Joyce Burkoff, Sandy
Nathanson, Julie Gurwin;
Marion Meisner, Nina
Schneyer, Georgia Kux,
Belle Kukes, Eleanor
Sugarman, Pnina Basse,
Barbara Haber, Marilyn
Weiss, Bess Orecklin, Shir-
ley Zirkin, A.M. Goldkrand,
Marion Kantor, Barbara
Krieger, IJois Falk, Linda
Sherr, Ruth Weingarten,

See the fantasy.
Share the reality.

Attend our screening of Cliff Robertson's
performance in "Charly"

The Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens invites you to help provide a
more rewarding reality for retarded
people.

Thursday, October 27, 1983 at 7:45 p.m.
at the Northland Theater

Please join us for an Afterglow
immediately following the film.

Marcia Peven, Rissa Win-
kelman, Sarah Friedman
and Rebecca Kellman.
The opening night
speaker will be Stephen
Birmingham, author of
"The Auerbach Will." His
topic will be "Confes-
sions of a Social Histo-
rian" at 8 p.m. Nov. 12.
Birmingham has spent
his life writing about the
rich. In "The Auerbach
Will," Birmingham makes a
return to fiction with a saga
of family love and guilt that
unfolds against a backdrop
of vast wealth and power.
Birmingham published
his first novel, "Young Mr.
Keefe," in 1958 and his sec-
ond, "Barbara Greer," in
1959. He has written about
the great Jewish families of
New York in "Our. Crowd"
and in the "Grandies." He
lives in Cincinnati and "The
Auerbach Will" is his sixth
novel.
Jewish Book Month,
sponsored by the JWB
Jewish Book Council, will
be observed nationally Oct.
30-Nov. 30.

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upon receipt of your contribution. Tickets from requests received after Octobgr 20,1983 may be picked up at the door.

Contributions are tax deductible. Please call JRRC at 557-7650 for any additional information you may need. MKS 4206.

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(Continued'from Page 1)
for the Jewish Commun-
ity Center's Senior Adult
Program.
Federation's
Task
Force members are James
M. August, William Avru-
nin, Marlene Borman,
Marcy Feldman, Wallace
M. Handler, Edythe tac-
kier, Dr. Mark L. Kahn, N.
James Levey, Julie Levy,
Sonia Macey, Dr. Hyman S.
Mellen, Miriam Mondry,
Michael B. Perlman, Irving
Seligman, Helen Shevin,
Robert A. Steinberg,
Charles G. Stone and Bruce
E. Thal.
For information on the
kosher meal program at the
Jewish Community Center
in Oak Park, call the Morris
Branch, 967-4030. The
center, like other agencies
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, is supported by the
Allied Jewish Campaign.

Vetoqix.*,.

Kohl Balks
on Tank Sale

BONN (JTA) — Chancel-
lor Helmut Kohl made no
commitment to sell Saudi
Arabia West Germany's
sophisticated Leopard II
tanks when he visited that
country this week, govern-
ment sources said.
The possibility of provid-
ing the Saudis with other,
less advanced German
weaponry, was discussed,
the sources said.
The Saudi's have been
exerting strong pressure on
the tank issue, claiming
that former Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt made a de-
finite commitment to the
sale.
Schmidt has publicly de-
nied this and his former
aide, Hans-Juergen Wis-
chnewski, said the Saudis
were in fact informed that
Bonn is not willing to de-
liver the Leopard II.

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