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March 27, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-27

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Nazi Investigator Ryan
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Allan A. Ryan, Jr., nation-
ally known author, lecturer
and commentator, will be the
second speaker in the
Holocaust Memorial Center's
Spring Series on Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. at Adat Shalom
In 1979, Ryan was named
as director of the Justice De-
partment's newly created
Office of Special Investiga-
tions and was responsible for
the investigation and pros-
ecution of Nazi war criminals
in America, including Vale-
rian Trifa in Detroit.
In 1983, Ryan served as
special assistant to the At-
torney General and conducted
the international investiga-
tion of Klaus Barbie's ties to
the U.S. government. Ryan
has been awarded the rank of
Meritorious Executive by
President Ronald Reagan for
"outstanding achievement
and noteworthy public serv-
In 1986, Ryan received the
Human Rights Award of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, New England
Region. He is now with the
Counsel General's office at
Harvard University.
Ryan's presentation is
entitled "An Inside Look at
the Demjanjuk Trial." Ar-
rangements for Ryan's lec-
ture were made through the
B'nai B'rith International
Lecture Bureau.
Immediately following
Passover, the series will con-
clude with the screening of
Eberhard Fechner's five-hour
film, Der Prozess (The Trial)
with English sub-titles.
Parts I and II of Der Pro-
zess which documents the
Majdanek trial will be shown
on April 22 at 6 p.m. in the

Allan Ryan, Jr.

Studio Theater of the Jewish
Community Center.
The conclusion of the film
will be shown on April 23 at
6 p.m. in the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Shiffman
Hall. The evening will in-
clude a panel discussion
featuring Dr. Ronald Hollo-
way, Berlin-based correspon-
dent; Prof. Peter Behrens,
University of Hamburg,
Germany, and currently visit-
ing professor at the Univer-
sity of Michigan; Professor
Geoffrey Eley, University of
Michigan; Dr. Guy Stern,
Wayne State University; and
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig,
founder and executive vice
president of the Holocaust
Memorial Center.
The series is offered as a
service to the community.
There is no charge. The
buildings are wheelchair ac-


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March 31, 1987. Dealer will
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Camaro, 5750 on Cavalier and
Nova, and 5500 on Spectrum
direct to the retail customer who
purchases and takes delivery of
an eligible vehicle during the

Gary Torgow, chairman of
Machon L'Torah, announced
that the Jewish Learning
Network of Michigan, in con-
junction with the Torah Insti-
tute of America, will initiate
the "Israel-USA Connection"
scholarship program.
Participants, prior to de-
parting for Israel, will meet
for a period of two weeks in a
sprawling resort complex in
Moodus, Conn., for an educa-
tional orientation and rec-
reational program.
Leading educators will pro-
vide background and insight
into understanding Israel: its
land, its language, its his-
tory; its culture, and its
people. Facilities are avail-

able for recreational activi-
ties, including soccer, tennis,
swimming, basketball and
Participants will then fly to
Israel to continue the
"hands-on-Israel" experience.
The program will be based at
Machon Shlomo's campus in
Jerusalem and will include
traditional Jewish study on
such topics as Talmud, Torah
(Bible), philosophy, Jewish
laws and customs and more.
An integral part of the pro-
gram will be tours.
Scholarships will be offered
to young Jewish men be-
tween the ages of 19 and 28.
The group is scheduled to
depart from Metro Airport on


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