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Heritage of Hungarians to be honored here Nov. 28

The Cleveland Press, NOV 19 1975

Maintaining the Hungarian culture and heritage will be the chief subject when scientists, writers and artists of Hungarian background gather for their annual Hungarian Congress here Nov. 28.

The three-day seminar will be held in the Cleveland Plaza Hotel.

The ceremonial opening of the Congress will be held at 7 p.m. Nov. 28 with an elaborate literary program. Writers, poets, musicians and folk dancing will be featured.

During Saturday evening's dinner Arpad Academy, the body of scientists, writers and artists of Hungarian background, will award Arpad medals for outstanding achievements of the year.

At a ball, after the dinner, members of the Hungarian Theatre and Dance Co. will perform.

Concluding the seminar will be the 10th annual session of the Arpad Academy in which more than 50 papers will be presented from scientists, authors and poets.

Information about the event may be obtained from Dr. John B. Nadas, president of the Hungarian Assn. of Cleveland, at 221-5533 and 226-4089.