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Polish Academy of Sciences in
Warsaw, where he received his
Dr. Dobroszycki has worked on
the Chronicle for 30 years. The
first two volumes of the complete
text were published in Poland in
1965-1966. The edition that is
now being published, The
Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto,
1941-1944, by Yale University
Press is an abridgement and the
first version of this docuinent to
appear in English.
The Jewish Repertory Theater
will present a children's program
on Nov. 11 at 2 p.m.
The repertory group will per-
form "Inside Out," a one-hour
show, appropriate for young
David Altshuler, editor of the
Precious Legacy, the volume
which serves as the catalogue of
the Czech Jewish treasures cur-
rently touring the U.S., will be the
opening night speaker at th 33rd
annual Jewish Book Fair at 8 p.m.
Nov. 10 at the main Jewish Com-
Altshuler will speak on "The
Altshuler is Charles E. Smith
Professor of Judaic Studies at the
George Washington University.
He has taught at Dartmouth Uni-
versity and the University of
Maryland. He is also the consul-
tant for the U.S. Holocaust Coun-
cil: He is the author of Hitler's
War Against The Jews.
"Jews from the West in the Lodz
Ghetto" will be the topic of Lucjan
Dobroszycki when he speaks at 2
p.m. Nov. 11 at the Book Fair. His
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talk is co-sponsored by the Center,
the American Jewish Committee
and the Jewish-Polish Dialogue of
the Jewish Community Council.
Dobroszycki was born in Lodz,
Poland, in 1925. At 14, he was in-
carcerated in the Lodz Ghetto. At
the end of August 1944, at the
time the Lodz Ghetto was being
liquidated, Dobroszycki and his
family were deported to Au-
schwitz where his parents and two
younger brothers perished. He
was sent to do forced labor in other
He was liberated by the Rus-
sian army in May 1945. After a
year spent in hospitals and
sanitariums in Czechoslovakia
and Western Poland, he returned
to his native city and enrolled at
the department of history of the
Lodz University. In 1954, he was
appointed associate professor at
the Institute of History at the
Paula Reibel will speak on
"Contemporary Jewish American
Writers" at 3 p.m. Nov. 11 in the
main Jewish Center. Her talk is
sponsored by the Department of
Michigan and Ladies Auxiliary of
the Jewish War Veterans and the
American Jewish Congress.
Reibel is a writer of fiction and
plays as well as a teacher and lec-
turer on drama, film, Jewish-
American writers and other sub-
jects connected with literature.
She received her bachelor's de-
gree from Hunter College, her
master's degree from the City
University of New York and did
further graduate study at the
American University in Wash-
She started her professional life
as a high school English teacher
and drama director in New York
City, went on to teach English lit-
erature and drama at New York
University, then at George Wash-
ington University and Dunbarton
College in Washington and fi-
nally gave up full-time teaching
for full-time writing.
Three of her plays have bee'
produced at regional theaters; sh
has written articles and stories fc
such magazines as Good HOUSE
keeping, Scholastic, Seventee
and the Readers' Digest; and -i-,
historical novels — which gb
writes under the pseudony
Elizabeth Mansfield — have bee
published. She recently con1
pleted work on a Jewish fami_ I
saga, A Morning Moon.
She has won first prize fr,
Dramatics magazine for a one-a
play, the Irene Leach Memo
Award for a literary essay, tvi'
national awards for musical pla3
and, in 1983, the Romant
Times-Walden Books' award
the best writer of Regency fictio
Former Detroiter David Rose
berg, author and editor of t
Jewish Publication Society
America, will speak in Hebrew
"Contemporary Hebrew Write
at 4 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Book Fa"
Rosenberg's talk is sponsored
the Israeli Community of Det
and the Israel Information a
Until recently, Rosenber
editor of Forthcoming magat4
divided his time between Isra
and the U.S., working as edit
and project director for the Ins
tute for Translation of Hebr
Literature in Tel Aviv, in affili
tion with the National Foun
tion for Jewish Culture in N
Rosenberg is the author of v
ious books, including the Poe
Bible series, Blues of the Sky,
terpretations of Psalms; J
Speaks; Lightworks; A Blazi
Fountain; and Chosen Day
Celebrating Jewish Festival
Poetry and Art.
His work has appearea
Harper's, The New Republic, T