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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-05

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pal and interest.
For information about the event
or the securities offered by
Development Corporation for
Israel/State of Israel Bonds, call
(248) 352-6555 or (888) 352-6556.

JCC Seeks
Local Authors

The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit is looking for
local authors who are Jewish or have
written a book with Jewish content.
The Local Author Fair will take
place Sunday, Nov. 9, from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., as part of the 52nd annu-
al Jewish Book Fair at both JCC
Twenty local authors will be
selected to participate in the fair.
Attendees will have the opportunity
to meet the authors and purchase
autographed copies of their books,
which have been published • between
October 2002 and November 2003
in order to qualify.
Interested authors should call
Elaine Schonberger, (248) 432-
5577, by Sept. 10.

Forum Focus Is
School Segregation

The Detroit Women's Forum, a
project of the American Jewish
Committee, Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter, will kick off its program
year with the luncheon theme
"What Would Linda Brown Be
Doing Today If the Supreme Court
Hadn't Ruled Against Segregated
The forum will meet at noon,
Friday, Sept. 12, at The Whitney
Restaurant, at Woodward and
Canfield in Detroit.
This opening meeting will feature
Nancy L. Quarles, president of the
South Oakland County NAACP.
There is a luncheon charge of $15
for DWF members and $18 for
guests. A vegetarian and dairy menu
are offered. Self-parking is available
on surrounding streets and valet
parking is on site.
Membership to the Detroit
Women's Forum is $40 a year.
Arlene Frank is the chair of the .
group. For information, call the
AJC office, (248) 646-7686.

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