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Issues to face when a teen starts to
date; "Guess Who's Coming to Din-
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termarriage and the Synagogue" -
discussion about synagogue policy;
"The Next Time Around" - finding
a Jewish partner again.
Continental breakfast will be
served and child care will be avail-
able ( ages 21/2 nd up). Admission
and child care are free; reservations
are recommended for child care.
For information and reservations,
call Ruth Bergman, (810) 642-4890.
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A seminar of importance to the
survival of the Jewish people will
be presented under the auspices
of the United Synagogue of Con-
servative Judaism, Michigan Re-
gion, Nov. 20, from 10:30 a.m. -
1:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses. The pro-
gram, "Marrying In/Marrying
Out: Keeping the Jewish Faith,"
is designed to help community
leaders and parents to focus on
pertinent issues related to mar-
rying within the faith.
The seminar will begin with
the keynote address, "Combating
Intermarriage: Confronting the
Challenges," by Rabbi Jerome Ep-
stein, vice-president and CEO of
the United Synagogue. His talk will
be followed by four concurrent
workshop-discussion sessions, each
to be given twice so people can par-
ticipate in two of the four. The
workshop titles and leaders agree
"But Mom...It's Only A Date!"
Anita Norich, associate professor
of English and Judaic Studies at
the University of Michigan, will
give a series of lectures Nov 15.
At 3 p.m., this author, teacher
and lecturer will speak at Wayne
State University on 'The Amer-
ican Jewish Community's Re-
sponse to World War II as
Reflected In It's culture". At 7:30
p.m. Ms. Norich will speak at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Communi-
ty Center on "The State of Yid-
dish Culture Today."
There is no charge for these lec-
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The Department of Michigan Jewish War Veterans and Ladies Auxiliary presented
newly-appointed Federal Court Judge Paul Borman with an American Flag for his
downtown Detroit courtroom. Shown are State Ladies Auxiliary President, Faye
Glasser; State Commander, Milton Klein; Judge Paul Borman; Americanism Officer,