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November 09, 1990 - Image 87

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Ellen Yashinsky, Shirlee Sachs, Joyce Sherman, Cis Maisel Keilman, and
Eleanor Korn-Book prepare for Book Fair.

ing to this devoted group is
the fact that each year atten-
dance, as well as book sales,
has risen. Last year, accor-
ding to Ms. Silver, over 30,000
people attended the Book
Fair, and authors had an
average of 600 people per
speech.
It is this proud tradition
and reputation that enable
this highly motivated group
to boast that they were men-
tioned in the Jerusalem Post
as setting the "standard" for
book fair organization. Often,
Ms. Silver's office is called by
many groups asking for infor-
mation and guidelines for
structural techniques.
Although each annual book
fair is unique with its varie-
ty of authors, this year's fair
has two very distinctive
points of interest for the
public. "There are going
to be quite a few works that
deal with the topic of Israel,"

Ms. Silver says. "Considering
the recent news events and
conflicts, many of our pa-
trons will find authors such
as Dan Raviv and Louis
Rapoport particularly cap-
tivating. We are also ex-
cited that Ida Nudel will be
our opening night guest
speaker. Her dramatic strug-
gle and courage are certainly
worth hearing."
According to each of the
committee members, the goal
is simple. "The book has
always been important to the
Jew. Our task is to get Jewish
books into Jewish homes to
incorporate a lasting library
of our heritage," Ms. Yashin-
sky says.
For information regarding
the 39th annual Jewish Book
Fair's sponsor groups, or if
you would like to volunteer
your services, call the
Cultural Arts Office of the
JCC, 661-1000, Ext. 341. ❑

Washtenaw JCC
Sets Book Fair

Joan Benny, the daughter of
the late comedian and enter-
tainer Jack Benny, will speak
at 1 p.m. Nov. 11, at the Se-
cond Annual Jewish Book
Fair, sponsored by the Jewish
Community Center of
Washtenaw County at the
JCC 2935 Birch Hollow, Ann
Arbor.
Ms. Benny will talk on Sun-
day Nights at Seven: The Jack
Benny Story, a book about the
life of this entertainer. As
Jack Benny's only child, Joan
had a front row seat for all his
roles — humorist, celebrity,
father and grandfather. Now
a writer and a lecturer on the
history of humor in film, she

has created a memoir by com-
bining her own nostalgic
reminiscences with materials
from Jack's unfinished
autobiography.
Joan Benny's talk is free
and open to the public, as are
all events at the Book Fair,
scheduled for 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
on Nov. 11.
Dan Raviv, co-author of the
best-selling book on Israeli in-
telligence, "Every Spy a
Prince: The Complete History
of Israel's Intelligence Com-
munity," also will speak.
Every Spy a Prince, which
Mr. Raviv co-authored with
Yossi Melman, offers a com-
plete history of all branches of

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