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September 12, 1986 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-12

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Goldsmith 50th

The children of Max and
Alice Goldsmith have estab-
lished a library fund at the
Jean and Samuel Frankel Tra-
ditional School in Jerusalem,
Israel, in honor of their par-
ents' 50th wedding anniver-
sary.
The Alice and Max
Goldsmith Library Fund will
be endowed in perpetuity, and

the annual income that it pro-
duces will be used to provide
books, video and computer
equipment and supplies, an-
nounced Barbara Goldsmith
Levin, headmaster of the
school.
For information about the
Goldsmith Library Fund, con-
tact the school's local office,
649-0316 or 851-2270.

Holocaust Center
Offers Lecture Series

The Holocaust Memorial
Center will offer a four-part
lecture series this month and
next beginning with Dr.
Yaffa Eliach who will speak
on "Spiritual Resistance Dur-
ing the Holocaust," Thursday.
Dr. Eliach is a 1986-1987
Guggenheim Fellow, present
Bargman scholar-in-residence
at the Midrasha and profes-
sor of history and literature
at Brooklyn College.
John Loftus, author of The
Belarus Secret, will speak on
"How Government Agencies
Smuggled Nazis into the
U.S." on Sept. 30.
The event is co-sponsored
by the Holocaust Memorial
Center, Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian Studies,
Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians- and
Jews and the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Dr. Herbert Hochhauser,
associate professor, depart-
ment of Germanic and Slavic
languages and literature at
Kent State University, will
be the third presenter with a
topic entitled: "Buchenwald
Revisited," Oct. 8.
Dr. Hochhauser will also
screen his Holocaust
documentary Robert Clary: A
5714, A Memoir of Libera-
tionral.
The concluding lecture will
be given by Sister Carol
Rittner, Oct. 27. Sister Carol
is executive co-producer, of
The Courage to Care, a short
documentary about non-Jews
during the Holocaust. Her
film will be shown as part of
her lecture: "The Role of the
Righteous." Sister Carol is
adjunct professor of inter-
disciplinary studies at Mercy
College.
The lecture will begin at 8
p.m. at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center.

The building is wheelchair
accessible. There is no charge
and the public is invited. For
information, call the
Holocaust Memorial Center,
661-0840.

Peace Activist
To Speak Here

Israeli peace activist Gi-
deon Spiro will speak on "The
Road to Israeli-Palestinian
Peace" at the Northwest
Unitarian-Universalist
Church, 23925 Northwestern
Highway (west side of the
highway between Evergreen
and Southfield) in Southfield
on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The talk is co-sponsored by
Metro-Detroit New Jewish
Agenda, the Northwest
Unitarian-Universalist
Church, the First
Unitarian-Universalist
Church, and NANDI (Non-
Violent Action for National
Defense Institute).
Spiro has been a member of
the Israeli soldiers' organiza-
tion, Yesh G'vul (There Is A
Limit) and other organiza-
tions promoting Israeli-
Palestinian co-existence.
The public is invited at a
charge.

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YOUNG VARIETY CLUB'S

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Saturday, September 13, 1986
8:00 p.m.
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will have their annual joint
dinner meeting at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
For information, call
President Margaret Mendel-
son, 354-6270; or Helen Plis-
kow, 399-1546.

FREE Admission to ail paid 1986 members

Annual membership fee of $15 (paid at the door) is valid
for the remainder of 1986 and all of 1987 Membership dues.

YOUNG VARIETY CLUB supports children's charities.
Your dues are TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

For more info: Susan - 664-7853 or Dori - 354-1577

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