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November 09, 1984 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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Friday, November 9, 1984



`Jews in Soviet Union Today' among
topics at annual Jewish Book Fair

Kevin Klose
"Jews in the Soviet Union To-
day" will be among the topics of
the final day of the 33rd annual
Jewish Book Fair slated Saturday
through Nov. 18 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
At 2 p.m. Nov. 18, Kevin Klose,
author of Russia and the Rus-
sians: Inside the Closed Society,
will deliver his address, sponsored
by the Detroit Committee for
Soviet Jewry of the Jewish Com-
munity Council.
A journalist, Klose spent four
years in Moscow as bureau chief

for The Washington. Post. Klose is
a native of Toronto and was
graduated cum laude from Har-
vard University in 1962. He is
currently Midwest and Canada
bureau chief for the Washington
Federal prosecutor Allan A.
Ryan, Jr., will speak on "Nazi
War Criminals in the `80s" at 3
p.m. Nov. 18. Ryan's talk is spon-
sored by the B'nai B'rith Men's
and Women's Councils and the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Ryan was a law clerk to Sup-
reme Court Justice Byron White
prior to becoming a federal pro-
secutor. He spent three years in
the Department of Justice argu-
ing cases before the Supreme
Court. From 1980 to 1983 he was
director of the department's Office
of Special Investigations.
He is currently practicing law
in Washington, D.C.
Detroit advertising executive
Leonard Simons will speak on
"More Simons Says" at 4 p.m.
Nov. 18. His talk will be spon-
sored by Temple Beth El and
Wayne State University Press.
Simons is the author of Simons
Says, a biographical encyclopedia

10 a.m. — Frances Henry, "Exploring Past and Present."
12 noon — Luncheon, admission fee, reservations.
1 p.m. — Gerda Klein, "A Slice of Life: Recollections of a Writer."
8 p.m. — Ze'ev Chafets, "How the Media Views Israel."
10 a.m. — Rita Kashner, "Washing Dirty Linen: Is It Harmful?"
12 noon — Luncheon, admission fee, reservations.
1 p.m. — Harriet Rochlin, "A Past Reclaimed — A Future Enriched."
8 p.m — Dr. Maurice Friedman, "The Impact of Buber."
NOV. 17
8 p.m. — Klez-Meydlekh Band

NOV. 18
10:30 a.m. — Kenneth Libo, "Jews in the West."
1 p.m. — Frank Stiffel, "Life in Poland Between the Wars."
2 p.m. — The Mask Puppet Theater, "Joseph and His Brothers," admis-
sion fee.
— Kevin Klose, "Jews in the Soviet Union Today."
3 p.m. Allan Ryan, Jr., "Nazi War Criminals in the '80s."
4 p.m. — Leonard Simons, "More Simons Says."
Most Book Fair activities are free of charge, except where noted.
For details and reservations, call the Center's cultural arts office,
661-1000, ext. 250.

The Family
of the Late



Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late


Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his
memory at 12 noon Sun-
day, Nov. 11, at Beth Ab-
raham Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper and Rev.
Joseph Mermelstein will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to


Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory at 11 a.m. Sunday,
Nov. 11, at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park, Radomer Sec-
tion. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

Allan Ryan, Jr:

of Michigan personalities.
The lectures are free and open
to the public. For information, call
the Center's -cultural arts de-
partment, 661-1000, ext. 250.

Book Fair schedule

8 p.m. — David Altshuler, "The Precious Legacy," with slide presenta-
1 p.m. — Aliza Shevrin, "Living With Sholem Aleichem," in Yiddish.
2 p.m. — Jewish Repertory Theater, "Inside Out," admission fee.
3 p.m. — Paula Reibel, "Contemporary Jewish American Writers."
4 p.m. — David Rosenberg, "Contemporary Hebrew Writers," in He-
8 p.m. — George Jonas, "The Media and the Truth."
10 a.m. — Ivan Tillem, "Keening Current."
12 noon — Luncheon, admission fee, reservations.
1 p.m. — Frederick Morton, "The Sabbath Is the Jewish Counter-
Cultural Tradition."
8 p.m.'— Susan Schneider, "Jewish Women and Jewish Men: How the
Women's Movement Has Changed Our Lives Together."
10 a.m. — Joan Peters, "Ripping Away the Deceptions."
12 noon — Luncheon, admission fee, reservations.
1 p.m. — David Schoenbrun, "Is It Better?"
8 p.m. — Edwin Black, "Anti-Nazi Boycott Versus Transfer to Pales-
tine: The Tragic Choice."

The Family
of the Late


In loving memory of

In loving memory of



Who passed away Nov. 9,
1979, the 19th day of
Cheshvan. Lovingly re-
membered, always in our
thoughts and hearts. Sadly
missed by wife, Irene;.
children, Elaine, Wayne,
Marsha and Steven.

Oct. 24, 1983
17th Day of Cheshvan

Sadly missed by his
Marilyn, Roberta,
Sheldon, Judy,
Frank, Andrea
and grandchildren

Leonard Simons


Howard Samuels

New York (.JTA) — Howard
Samuels, a liberal businessman
who had been active in New York
state politics and a staunch sup-
porter of Israel, died Oct. 26 at age
He had been- active in the
American Jewish Congress, Is-
rael Bonds and the David Yellen
Teachers Seminary. Twice a can-
didate for governor, he was de-
feated in 1970 and 1974 in his bids
for the Democratic nomination.
Active in a number of business
enterprises, he had been
president of the North American
Soccer League at his death.

Rose Kruman

Rose Kruman, a member of
Jewish communal organizations,
died Oct. 28 at age 65.
Born in Czechoslovakia, Mrs.
Kruman was a member of
Women's American ORT, Infants
Service Group, Morgenthau
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
and City of Hope.
She leaves her husband, Harry;
two sons, Dr. Neal and Ronald; a
brother, Sy Jacobs; a sister, Mrs.
Max (Gladys) Baskin; and two

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