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March 16, 1973 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, March 16, 1973

Primrose Club
Makes Large
Gift to IDrive

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Omnibus Children's Thea-
ter Series of the Jewish Cen-
ter will present Goose Pro-
ductions in "The Land of
Dreams" 2 p.m. Sunday.
In this production, children
will travel with a young girl
through a mysterious land
of "tickle bushes" and color-
ful characters. The impro-
visational style of the per-
formers allows the members
of the audience to use im-
agination and creativity to
their utmost.
Each of the Goose players

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majored in dramatics at
Eastern Michigan University,
where they began perform-
ing together two years ago.
They have since played hun-
dreds of shows in schools
and theaters throughout the
Midwest. The group per-
formed eight experimental
television shows recently on
Toledo's Channel 11 and have
appeared on the Oopsy the
Clown television program.
Tickets are on sale at the
center. For information, call
the Center, 341-4200, ext. 237.

Hillel to Do 'SI olom Aleichern'

The ninth grade of Hillel
Day School will present "The
World of Sholom Aleiche-m"
2 and 7:30 p.m. March 25 at
the school building.
The first of three sketches,_

Hebrew Schools
Will Participate
in Israel March

The date of the Israel In-
dependence Day Parade is
official: May 20.
A meeting between mem-
bers of the parade com-
mittee and the Educators
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit resulted in a promise of
full . participation by educa-
tors and students in the 11
a.m. event. The United He-
brew S c h o o l s has pledged
buses for transportation to
the rallying point at Lincoln
Blvd. and Greenfield in Oak
Park.

"We are all very excited
about the progress toward
the celebration of the 25th
year of Israeli independ-
ence," said Miriam Ray -berg,
coordinating chairman. "Full
participation of the educa-
tional institutions s e r vie e
and philanthropic organiza-
tions, the youth groups in the
making of floats, marching,
singing, and dancing will
surely make this the greatest
community event we have

The second sketch, "Bon-

tche Schvieg," takes place in.
heaven. The lead is played
by Karen Freedland at the
evening performance and
David Rozwaski at the after-
noon performance. R e v a
Soberman plays the defend-
ing angel, and Sid Wiener is
the presiding angel.
The last and longest sketch,
"The High School," shows
the struggle of a Jewish boy
trying to fight the quota
system. Andrea Schnipper,
Abby Scholnick and Robert
Mames will perform.
Tickets may be purchased
at the door. .

1973 Science Fair
Director Named

Louis H. Landau of Gard-
ner Ave., Oak Park, is the
director of the 1973 Science
and Engineering Fair of
Metropolitan Detroit. The
local fairs to be held this
weekend will -be at Cran-
brook and the Lawrence In-
stitute of Technology.
March 24-25 fairs will be
held at the University of De-
troit, Wayne Slate Univer-
sity and at the Dearborn
campus of the UniVersity of
Michigan. Winners of the six
fairs will participate at the
Winners Fair in Cobo Hall,
March 29 April 2.
Landau will take the win-
ners of the April 9 competi-
tion at Ford Auditorium to
the May 7 international fair
in San Diego. He has been
a science fair volunteer for
16 years.

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are emphasis on conversa-
tional Hebrew, awareness of
Jewish values and identity
enrichment of the camp-
Jewish Youth Council and
ers' commitment to Juda-
ism. Among the staff Pill?
Plans First Meeting
be Israeli teachers under
The Jewish Youth Council the direction of Chaim Fried-
will hold its first -meeting 8 man . Bnei Akiva emissary
r).m. Thursday at the 10 Mile to Cleveland.
Jewish Center.
Camp Stone offers camp-
Jewish youth leader s or ers in the Midwest the op-
organization representatives portunity to meet other chil-
may attend.
dren from- Detroit, Pitts-
For information, call Judy iurgh, Cleveland, A k r o n,

University by the -university
senate for a second period of
two years. He was previously
dean of the faculty of 'human-
ities, social sciences and
Jewish studies at Bar-Ilan.

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Unwanted Hair
Gone Forever

MISS CATHY YURA

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Yura
of Twyckingham Way, South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Cathy
to John Cosola, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Cosolo of
Covina, Calif.
A June wedding is planned.

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Bnei Akiva Offers
seen."
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Summer
Registration forms, related
materials, and bumper stick-
CLEVELAND — Young Is-
ers are available through the rael Camp Stone Moshevet
Hebrew department of the Bnei Akiva in Sugar Grove,
Jewish Center.
Pa., will start its 19th year
Float builders will attend a in camping this summer.
Included in the program
workshop 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

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"A Tale of Chelm, - features
majoring in education at Sandi Adels berg, Elissa
Wayne State University. Her Avrin and Scot Faeder. It
fiance attends Wayne State tells the story of a goat and
University's graduate school. the problems of getting it
from one village to the next.
A July wedding is planned.

FOR



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Prof. MENAHEM ZEVI
ADD AR I has been re-;
II elected rector of Bar-Ilan- L.

Omnibus Sets 'Land of Dreams'

The United Jewish Appeal
benefited from a large gift
made by the Primrose Bene-
volent Club.
The check was presented
at the club's February meet-
ing by the president, Mrs.
Manuel Neiman. Accepting
the check was Mrs. Harry
August, chairman of the
treasury gifts section of 1973
Allied Jewish Campaign-Is-
rael Emergency Fund wom-
en's division.
Mrs. Louis Friedman is Is-
rael Emergency Fund chair-
man for the Primrose Bene-
MISS LAURIE KOSINS
volent Club, a member of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kosins
the League of Jewish Wom-
of St. James Ct., West Bloom-
en's Organizations.
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Laurie
Bar Mitzvas, Weddings
Deborah to Sheldon Wein-
and special occasions
trob, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Garson Zeltzer
Arthur Weintrob of W. Eight
Mile. Southfield.
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There is a special leader-
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