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February 11, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-11

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42 Friday, February 11, 1977

HAVE AN
AFFAIR
WITH
HAL
• GORDON

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dance Company
Opens Auditions

Jewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

The Dancing Center of

the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit will hold open au-
ditions for the Young
Dancers Guild perform-
ing company, directed by
Erica Herman, 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Center's
10 Mile branch. -
The auditions are open
to high school students in
grades 10-12, with previ-
ous dance experience. For
information, call Sue
Leibovitz, 851-7300._

.

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

355-4999

VISTAS OF ISRAEL:

6:30a.m. Sunday,
IC-FM (104.3), Israel
WO1V
culture and literature, a
calendar of events in the
Jewish community fol-
lows.

a.m. Tuesday, WIID
(1090), interviews, and
features of Jewish in-
terest, with Hy
Schenkman.

6:30 a.m. Sunday, WXYZ
(1270) and 10:30 p.m. Sun- -
day, WDEE (1500), an ad-
dress to the Jewish com-
munity.

Tugsday, WIID (1090), an
all-Hebrew program of
Israeli music, news and
features from Israel, with
Joshua Tabak.
* * *

* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL:

* * *
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 6:30 a.m. Sunday

CKWW (680).
* * *

ETERNAL LIGHT: 8:25

a.m. Sunday, WJR-FM
(96.3), "Out of the Pages of
Books," Part X of the
series. Sunday's feature:
"The Phonograph,"
adapted for radio by
James Yaffe, from the
Isaac Babel story.
* * *

WHEN YOU KNOW WHERE WE ARE
-
YOU'VE ARRIVED!

JEWISH COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45 a.m.

Sunday, Channel 2, Rabbi
Zalman Posner will speak
on a "Hasidic View of
Women."

INTIENES

to

of BIRMINGHAM

* * *
DIRECTIONS:

12:30
p.m. Sunday, Channel 7,
Howard Blum, author of
"Wanted! The Search for
Nazis in America," will
discuss his new book.
* * _

870 BOWERS

One Week Only
Starting Monday, February 14

day, WNIC (1300) and
WNIC-FM (100), rabbini-
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music.

* * *
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day WDEE (1500), and
12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
WQRS-FM (105.1), Sonia
Michel will discuss her ,
book, "Jewish Women in
America."
* * *
MOTIF: 9 a.m. Monday
and Thursday, WIID
(1090), Jewish news, en-
tertainment, community
calendar and "Spotlight"
on the community, with
Barbara Katchke and
Rachel Jacobs.
* * *
IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m.
Monday, , WDET-FM
(101.9), Esther Jungreis,
the "Jewish Billy

Graham," will speak.

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Grand Opening

Y/DDISHE SHTUNDE:
9 a.m. Wednesday and

Friday, WIID (1090), an
all-Yiddish program of
music, news, .interviews
and other features, with
Lou Levine. -
* * *
AL NAFTAL'S Jewish
Theatrical Program: 1
p.m. Thursday, WMZK-
FM (98), entertainment.
* * *

Singles
Events

JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER young adult -de-

partment will present -a
"Nostalgia Night" for its
monthly cabaret program-
8:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Aaron DeRoy- Studio
Theatre of the Center.
There is a charge.-The de-
partment will present an
evening of comedy and
music for its Hamakom
series 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the Aaron DeRoy
Studio Theatre. Steve
Goldsmith of the "Prime
Rib" cOMedy ensemble
will perform. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
there is a nominal charge.
For information on both
events, call Jay Silver-
man at the Center, 851-
7300, ext. 219.
* * *

MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will

have an oneg Shabat 8:30
p.m. Feb. 18 in Cong.
Shaarey Zedek's youth
lounge. Yosef Levanon,
dean of the Midrashs-
College of Jewish Studies,
will speak on "The King-
dom of the Crusaders in
Palestine." Refresh-
ments will be served.
Admission is free.

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Graf said that with the
aid of the YSEP program
students are "able to at-
tend a college institution
when they're ready rather
than drag their heels or
mark time in high school."

Howard Blum, author
of "Wanted! The Search
for Nazis, in America,"
and former Immigration
and Naturalization Ser-
vice investigator Tony
DeVito will be inter-
viewed on the Lou Gordon
program, 10 p.m. Sunday
on WKBD-TV (Ch. 50).

Sale Ends

not practiced, and stu-
dents are admitted on the
basis of grades, test
scores, nominations by
school officials and per-
sonal interviews. .
Although she drOpped
out of Kingswood School
prior to graduation, Miss
Rice has maintained her
interest in education and
received a nearly 4-point
average for her first
semester in the U-M pro-
gram.

Shelley Rice of South-
field is a dropout getting
all A's at the University
of Michigan.
Miss Rice is one of five
students enrolled in the
university's Young
Scholars • Enrollment
Program, the only early
college entry system of its
kindrin Michigan.
According to Dr. Otto
Graf, director of U-M's
honor program and
coordinator-counselor for
YSEP, only 11 students
have participated in the
program so far, and there
have been no "washouts."

The next "LiFing With
Cancer" program will be
held 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Fireside Lounge of
the First Presbyterian
Church of Birmingham,
1969 W. Maple Road.
Cancer patients and fam-
ily members are welcome.
Margaret Frisk, a diet-
ary therapist at Provi-
dence Hospital, will speak
on "Nutrition and its re-
levance to Patients Re-
ceiving Chemotherapy."

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