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November 02, 1984 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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LOCAL NEWS

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IN THE

FARMINGTON HILLS

HAIR REMOVAL CENTER

32920 W. 13 Mile Rd. Near Farmington Rd.

Book Fair volunteers kick off
annual event at special reception

Klez-Meydlekh Women's Quartet

ROBERT E. NEDERLANDER
IS RUNNING FOR A
WIRD TERM
AS A REGENT OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.

LET'S KEEP HIM.

Bob Nederlander is a successful attorney and
businessman. A graduate of the University of
Michigan and its Law School. He has served as a
Regent for 16 years, and every decision he has made
has been made on the basis of "What's good for
Michigan?" We hope you will support him.

RE-ELECT ROBERT E. NEDERLANDER.
REGENT. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
A DEMOCRAT. NOVEMBER 6.

Paid for by the Nederlander for Michigan Committee,
1930 Buhl Bldg., Detroit, MI 48226

The community is invited to
join Book Fair volunteers and
their guests at a kick-offreception
for Book Fair at 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the main Jewish Cen-
ter.
Speaker's books will be re-
viewed by Barbara Cook, Dr.
Margaret Eichner, Sarah Fried-
man, Maxine Flagg, Gael
Grossman, Micki Grossman,
Belle Kukes, Sandra Nathanson,
Sherry Najman, Marcia Peven,
Kenneth Rochlen, Rita Rochlen,
Susan Rose, Maurine Sillman,
Dolores Silverstein, Donna Sklar,
Leila Stollman, Shelby Tauber,
Eileen Wasserman and Alan
Yost.
On Thursday at 9:30 a.m. a
cooking demonstration will be
given by Rebecca Zelermyer,
author of The Best in Jewish
Cookery.
Book reviews will be presented
by Helen Dushkin, Rita Etkin,
Pauline Jackson, Ms. Nathanson,
Ann Parker, Susan Rose, Ms.
Rochlen, Nina Schneyer, Ms.
Sillman, Ms. Silverstein and
Mary Sugarman.
An Israeli brunch will be
served. For reservations, call the
cultural arts office of the Jewish
Community Center, 661-1000.
Kenneth Libo will speak on
"Jews in the West" at 10:30 a.m.
Nov. 18 at the Book Fair.
His talk is sponsored by the
Jewish Parents Institute and
Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan.
Co author of We Lived There
Too with Irving Howe, Libo is a
former editor of The Jewish Daily
Forward. He has written for
numerous publications including
The New York Times, The Satur-
day Review of Literature and
American Jewish History.
Dr. Libo was graduated with
honors from Dartmouth College
and received his Ph.D. degree
from the City University of New
York, where he has taught litera-
ture and writing.
Klez-Meydlekh, an all women's
quartet from New York City, will
present an evening of traditional
klezmer music and Yiddish song

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at 8 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Center.
They will be sponsored by Work-
men's Circle, Sholem Aleichem
Institute, New Jewish Agenda,
and Yiddish Committee of the
Jewish Community Center.
Janet Leuchter, lead vocalist,
has studied and performed Yid-
dish folksong for many years. On
percussion, guitar, woodwinds,
and vocal harmony is Laura Li-
ben, a performer and composer.
Vicky Gould, on accordion and
piano, has been involved with
Eastern European music, dance

Kenneth Libo

and song for many years. Fea-
tured on the fiddle is Rebecca Mil-
ler, who plays lively shers and
frailachs as well as the slower
doinas.
Their program will include
Yiddish folk songs with a variety
of instrumentation, traditional
Klezmer dance tunes and original
pieces.
Frank Stiffel, author of The
Tale of the Ring: A Kaddish, will
speak on "Life in Poland Between
the Wars" at 1 p.m. Nov. 18. Stif-
fel's talk is sponsored by the Chil-
dren of Holocaust Survivors Asso-
ciation in Michigan and Shaarit
Haplaytah — Survivors of 1945.
A Polish concentration camp
survivor, Stiffel received the
Editor's Book Award from
Pushcart Press for his work. A
resident of New York City, Stiffel

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