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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-17

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Speakers Bureau Offers Programs Related to Israel

programs designed to pro-
mote a better understand-
ing of Israel's foreign and
domestic affairs.
According to Uri Segal,
Michigan tau. -oordinator
of ISFI, programs provided
by the group include lec-
tures, seminars, panel dis-
dialogues,
cussions,
audio-
entertainment,
visual presentations and

The Michigan Institute of
Students and Faculty on is-
rael announces that speak-
ers are available to commu-
nity organizations with

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FOR RESERVATIONS, GROUP
OR FUND-RAISING INFORM.

MRS. SCHWARTZ

Judith Goldstone and
Ronald Schwartz were mar-
ried recently at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi
Efry Spectre and Cantor
Larry Vieder officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Goldstone of Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Schwartz of Oak Park.
Matron of honor was De-
bbie Telfer, sister of the
bride. Bridesmaids were
Sharon Cunningham and
Wendy Schwartz, sister of
the b'ridegrciom. Stacey
Goldstone was the junior
bridesmaid.
Ricky Chadwick was
the best man. Ushers
were David Goldstein,
Gene Goodman, Terry
Telfer and John Adler.
Also participating in the
ceremony were Mrs. Helen
GOodman, grandmother of
the bride and Mrs. Molly
Elias, grandmother of the
bridegroom.

Young Audience of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will pre-
sent a series of programs for
children today through
Sunday at Northland Cen-
ter.
At 5 and 7 p.m. today,
Patricia Roan Judd will
present programs of mime
in the J.C. Penney North
Court. At the same time the
Pastiche Wind Quintet will
entertain.
Penny Godboldo and her
Writhm Dance Company of
Detroit will perform in the
Penney Court at 2 and 4
p.m. Saturday. At 1 and 3
p.m. Sunday, Joe LaDuca
and his group - will
entertain.

Ethnic Fun Days
for Children

The International Insti-
tute has extended' its sum-
mer ethnic fun days
through the end of August.
Cynthia Daitch will head
the expanded program.
Groups or individuals
may make reservations to
participate in the two-hour
programs, which begin at 10
a.m. Geared for children age
six-12, the programs fea-
ture ethnic dances, crafts,
games, songs, folk stories
and exhibits.
There is a nominal
charge. For information or
reservations, call the insti-
tute, 871-3600.

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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Krause
of East Lansing announce
the engagement of their
daughter Maxcine Trager,
to Stewart Jay Sherman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Harris of Southfield and the
late Mr. Irving Sherman.
Miss Krause and her
fiance plan an October wed-
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Richard Goldberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goldberg
of West Bloomfield, is one of
20 boys from around the
country who will play on the
Junior All-American Bas-
ketball team Aug. 24 and 25
in Memphis, Tenn., at the
North-South All American
Games.

Couple Exchange
Wedding Vows

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publications. The programs
focus on Israel's culture,
economy, society and gov-
ernmental services, Israel's
history, politics, foreign re-
lations and Arab-Israeli
matters.
ISFI is- a non-profit organ-
ization whose purpose is to
provide a flow of informa-
tion from Israeli academics
to the American public,
both Jewish and non-
Jewish, to further better
understanding of Israeli
and Mideastern affairs.
Some programs require a
fee, while other programs
are available at no charge.
For information, contact
Segal, 352-8047.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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