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October 18, 1985 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-18

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Writer To Speak-
it Einstein Forum

Roger Kaplan, editorial writer
and op-ed editor of The Detroit
,Yews, will address the Einstein
Ancheon Forum on Tuesday at
loon at Hamilton Place, it was
announced by Judges Ira G.
Kaufman and Norman W.
?eder, the forum's co-chairmen.
Kaplan will discuss: "Is the
?Tess Unfair to Israel; Or Is It
rust Being Its Normal Self?"
A native of France, Kaplan
'olds B.A. and M.A. degrees in
lomance languages and reli-
ious studies from the Univer-
ity of Chicago. He was formerly
tssociated with the Smith
tichardson ♦ :oundation, New
(ork, in developing research on
ssues of public policy, and with
he Journals Division of the
Jniversity of Chicago.
Writer and translator, Kap-
an's essays and book reviews_
Lave been published in Com-

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WSU Stadium.
Free parking is available in
front of the Matthaei Building.

FOR MEN.

Perfection Lodge
Honors Members •

Perfection Lodge • No. 486,
Free and Appointed Masons,
will have a special buffet dinner
in honor of its life members at 7
p.m. Oct. 23 at the Ferndale
Masonic Temple. •
Forty-year awards will be pre-
sented to Jack M. Citron, Ab-
raham Ilson, David Michaelson,
Milton Moss„ Past Master Ale-
xander Weiner, Samuel Yura
and Paul Zuckerman.,
Fifty-year awards will go to
Hyman Gordon, George S.
Jackson, Murray 'J. Lipsitt,
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Sixty-year award winners are
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Becker, Archie. Goldberg, Her-
man J. Halperin and Samuel
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Humorist Lou Barden will be
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deadline is Oct. 19. There is a
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