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November 23, 1973 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-23

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Grove to Honor Head of World Labor Zionist
`Guys 'n Dolls' at Center Theater Raskin Memory Movement to Speak in Detroit

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36—Friday, Nov. 23, 1973

Itzhak Korn, executive sec-
retary of the World Labor
Zionist Movement, will ad-
dress leaders of the Labor
Zionist Alliance, Greater De-
troit Council of Pioneer
Women (Moetzet Hapoalot),
Habonim and the Dror youth
movement 8:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Korn, a member of the
Knesset, will speak on the
coming elections in Israel
and the World Labor Zionist
Movement. He also will ana-
lyze the present situation.

The musical "Guys and Gurwin, Rodney Saulsberry,
Dolls" will come to life on Darlene Tellis and others.
Theater parties are avail-
the Jewish Center stage, pre-
sented by Center Theater, able at savings.
For information, call the
Dec. 1-15 (except Mondays
Center Theater office, 341-
and Fridays).
Leonard Brown, who por- 4200, ext. 223, Monday
trayed the butcher in Center through Friday, 9 a.m.-noon.
Theater's "Fiddler on the
Roof" production, will head
the cast as Nathan Detroit. Puppets to Tell Saga
Also starring will be Nancy

of NCJW at Event

National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Sec-
tion, will meet 12:45 p.m.
Thursday at Hunters Ridge
Apts. club house. Dessert will
be served.
The story of NCJW will be
portrayed by Mildred Berry's
Puppeteers. Betsy Marcus,
wife of the national back-
gammon champion, will dis-
cuss fundamentals of the
game.
Rose Colman, membership
vice president; Jeanna Tau-
ber, and Carol Bloom, co-
chairmen; and Barbara Kuh-
RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES' lik, chairman of the day,
AGENCY OF THE SHOW WORLD ,
planned the program. Pros-
pective members are invited
• Orchestras • Entertainment
at no charge. For reserva-
• Speakers • Concerts
powntoNin Detroit' - 962-8000, tions, call Council House,
557-9604.

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Arbitration Panel
Chaired by Haber

Dr. William C. Haber, pro-
fessor of economics and for-
ment, said that there was a mer dean of liberal arts at
general lack of Jewish iden- the University of Michigan
tity among youth in Latin and nationally known labor
American Jewish communi- arbitrator, has been named
chairman of the three-man
ties.
Korn declared that Jewish arbitration panel for the De-
youths who ignore Israel or troit School district's contract
attack it display a lack of dispute.
Also on the panel is former
dignity and act treacherously.
Speaking to Jewish journal- Detroit controller Bernard
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without sparing the leader- teachers' salaries and class
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Korn Scores
Jewish leaders
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—
An Israeli Knesset member
castigated Latin American
Jewish leaders for not taking
a more straightforward and
energetic stand to combat
alienation from Jewish
causes on the part of Jewish
youth.
Itzhak Korn, an MK and
general secretary of the
World Labor Zionist Move-

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