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October 08, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-08

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eater Co m*

Junior Division Sets Board Meeting

, The Junior,. DiviOirin -of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation will hold
larkMien.lioard meeting 8 p.m. Oct.
'20 'at lbw
:Whitehall_ Apartinents
•aublinuie. -Onnoonces Robert Slat-
_ _•
linthelirst in a series
-of open - beard - Meetings 'bringing
hiPietr_ of current interest, to young
explained Slathn,'"'' The
Jimior -Division= is open. to those
of the Jewish community who are
age - *30. Eligible' young adults
are:Ineited ,to the meeting.
la addition to its tangoing edgi
estional programa for ,yea

people, the Junior Divisimi open-,
airs Morris Friedman, chairman of the Yiddish: Committee of sees and.Partleipates- `am-
the Jewish_Center, announces two programs for the 20th annual Jewish :
Book Fait. On Nov. 13, Ben BTus and his company, including Mina
Bern, 'Bernard Saner ind pianist Pola Madison, will appear in an
evening of dramatic sketches, music and song. Bonus and Bass' Bern
starred in Broadway revenues "Let's Sing Yiddish" and "Sing, IsraeL
-Sing:" 'Melons lire on sale now at. the Jewish Center. Zalman Zyl-
bezeweig will speak on '100 Years of Yiddish Theater" at 8 p.m.
_ Th e
Association of Jew-
Annuthor and lecturer, Zyibercweig is an authority on Yiddish ish College Students and the Uni-
theater. He has *compiled its history in !'The Lexicon of Yiddish versity of Michigan Jewish Student
Theater." The public is invited at no charge.
Union are preparing the first issue

of The Nefesh - Reporter. The
Nefesh Soul will be mailed to -Jew-
ish studentx in the Ann Arbor-
Ypsilanti area and 'to other stu-
_dents affMated with the Michigan
The association of Michigan col-
le,ge students, who plan programs
throughout the year, is open to all
collegians. Those who wish to be
placed on the Reporter mailing list
may call the JewishCenter group
service division, DI 14200.

Collegiani Issue
‘Nefesh . Reporter9


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Friday, Odeber 8, I9T1-33

..munal projecti. Each summer,
The church saves sinners, but
the division undertakes a tu-
torial program aimed at increas- science seeks to stop their manu-
ing the scholastic level of chit. facture. —Elbert Hubbard.
dreg living in Detroit.
Members also function as liason
members to Federation agencies.
In this capacity, -they bring re-
ports of the -agencies' work to the
juniors and:-they speak for youth
of the community at the agency
SIZES 1 2-1 II
board meetings.
The division also takes part In
See Our Exciting NEW
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Throughout the week, there will
As in past years, there are many
children's programs planned for be a display and sale of children's
Book -Fair Sundays. On. Nov. 6, books in a room specie* prepped
there Will _be simultaneouspro-
grams for Sunday school children for young readers. Extra attention
in grades 1-4 and grades 5 and 11P- has been devoted to the children's
The -older children will hear a book room this year so that there
well-known author, while the will be a greater range of chil-
younger grades win attend story- dren's titles. Special group pro-
telling sessions conducted by Mrs. grams can'be arranged during the
Martha Marmot Detroit author
of children's hooks and Mrs. Mar- week at the request of teachers
and schools.
' old Waldfogel.
Ail children's programs are'
At 10:30 and 11 a.m., the Rosen-
that Family—Avram, Marilyn and open to the public at no charge, m-
their three children—will present ien otherwise stated. For infor-
mation, contact the cultural art
puppet shows.
At 2 p.m., Omnibus Children's department, 3414200, ext.--236.
Theater will present 'The Story
Congressman William S. Broom-
of Levi Strauss—The Man Who
Invented Blue Jeans." The Young field announced he will accept
Dancer's GUM has put to dance applications -to the SERVICE
tbe adventures of the man who ac- ACADEMIES, until Nov. 15. Can-
tually_ invented the first pair of didates must be residents of the
blue jeans in San Francisco in 18th Congressional District and be
the 1850s. Tickets are on sale at between age 17-and 22. The Col-
lege Vntrance Examination Board
the- Jewish Center.
'_ The final Sunday of Book Fair,- must be taken by each applicant
Nov. 14, also will feature story and scores. furnished to his of-,
tielling and a apeakar for the Bee by • the= candidate's high
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