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October 14, 1988 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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JAP Myth Is Theme
For Women's Institute

"JAP — Dispelling the
Myth of the Jewish American
Princess" is the theme of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division 41st an-
nual Institute Nov. 2-3 at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
On Nov. 2, the community
is invited to a 7:30 p.m. pro-
gram on Jewish stereotypes.
There is a nominal charge.
The program will feature
Susan Weidman Schneider,
editor-in-chief of Lilith
Magazine, the nation's only
independent magazine for
Jewish women.
The University of Michigan
Hillel's "Talk To Us" theater
troups will perform short
scenes and then involve the
audience in a discussion.
On Nov. 3, Weidman
Schneider will speak, follow-
ed by a panel discussion
moderated by Richard Loben-
thal, Michigan regional direc-
tor of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. The
Institute includes a continen-
tal breakfast, beginning at

Women Hear
Mary Travers

The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Women's Division will
host entertainer Mary
Travers at a meeting for ma-
jor contributors Oct. 21.
Travers will speak to the
Lion of Judah ($5,000) section


Mary Travers

at noon at the Franklin home
of Elyse Schostak.
As a member of the Peter,
Paul and Mary folksinging
group, Travers has entertain-
ed audiences around the
world. She is known interna-
tionally through her involve-
• ment in human rights. Her
song "Light One Candle"
became the theme for the
Soviet Jewry rally in
Washington last December.


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Susan Schneider

9:30 a.m. There is a fee for the
program and lunch.
Panelists include Joseph
Kohane, associate director of
U-M Hillel; Rabbi Harold S.
Loss, Temple Israel; and
Anita Norich, U-M associate
professor, departments of
English literature and of
Jewish studies.
The Nov. 2 evening program
also marks the opening din-
ner for this year's Business
and Professional Women's
Division, which will take
place in conjunction with the
WD Institute.

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Professional, government-licensed, English-speaking guides.
All entrance fees; porterage and service charges.
Full "Israeli breakfast" and dinner daily.
"Israel Experience" multi-media show.
Israeli folklore show in Jerusalem.

Women Benefit
Home For Kids

Centennial Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its
annual Children's Home par-
ty on Oct. 25 in the home of
Roseanne Rosenthal, 4082
Winterset Ln., West
Funds raised through this
event are used to benefit the
emotionally disturbed boys
living at the B'nai B'rith
Women's Children's Home in
Israel, a world renowned
treatment facility supported
solely by B'nai B'rith Women
in the United States.
Event chairman, Barbara
Gutenberg, will introduce
special guest speaker, Marj
Jackson Levin, feature writer
for the Detroit Free Press.
Kathy Risman will present a
special slide show on the
Children's Home and a
gourmet dinner will be
prepared by the Centennial
There is a charge to attend
which includes two blank
Children's Home Certificates
suitable for future use. Guests
are welcome.
For reservations by Oct. 21
or information, call Ms.
Gutenberg, 335-5138; or
Chapter Co-President, Bar-
bara Coden, 358-3983.

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