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December 04, 1981 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Involved in Entertainment

JERUSALEM
Julianne Silverstein of
Birmingham, a graduate
student of international
business from the Univer-
sity of Michigan, is studying
at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
Miss Silverstein is one of
the graduate exchange stu-
dents on the one-year pro-
gram for overseas students
at the Hebrew University.
Among the courses she will
take are: Oil and Politics, an
international statistics
course (in Hebrew) and an
independent study in the
second semester. She also
will ,learn Arabic.
When she arrived in Is-
rael she decided she wanted
to perform "Fiddler on the
Roof." More than 70 people
turned up to audition. The
show will be performed on
Mount Scopus in December.
While in high school
she was part of a nine-girl
singing troupe, the
Bloomfield Hills Jills,
and traveled with them to
Bulgaria and Romania as
well as representing
Michigan in various
events in the States. After
high school she stopped
singing professionally.
However, all that
changed when she came to
Israel. One night she ap-
peared in a talent show at
the unviersity and received
such a positive response
that she will now be appear-
ing throughout Jerusalem.
She has also joined a band

Israel Anti-Rape
Drive Begins

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The police department has
launched a new campaign to
encourage victims of rape
and other sex offenses to re-
port these crimes to the au-
thorities.
Deputy Police Commis-
sioner Meir Kaplan said
there were no statistics to
prove an increase in sex
crimes, but police are de-
termined to improve
methods of tracking and ap-
prehending sex offenders
with the assistance of vic-
tims.

Friday, December 4, 1981 23

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and will perform with them
at the Israel National Folk
Festival.

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Sat. 8-10 P.M.
Dec. 12, 1981

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JEWISH IDENTITY: TRADITION & RENEWAL

Detroit premiere of the critically acclaimed film:

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Speaker:

Sun. 1:30-6 P M.
Dec. 13, 1981

ARTHUR WASKOW

Oak Park Community Center

14300 Oak Park Blvd.
Oak Park

JEWISH IDENTITY & SOCIAL JUSTICE

Workshops on:

"The Jewish Heritage of Social Justice"

1:30-3:30

"Racism and Anti-SemitisM"

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refreshments provided

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