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October 25, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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Windsor Center Presents `Carnival'

The Windsor Jewish Cen-
'zr Theater Workshop will
present "Carnival" at the
Windsor Center, on Nov. 2,
3, 9 and 10.
All performances begin at
8:30 p.m. and tickets are
,,available at the Center office,
!254-7558, or from any cast
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appear 8 p.m. Nov. 6 at the
Center to perform for
Cancer Foundation Jewish
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Has Holiday Cards ers. Miss --Gurwin appeared at
The Michigan Cancer the Center Theater in the pro-
Foundation is providing holi- duction of "Guys and Dolls"
day greeting cards as a fund-
raising effort. The cards in-
clude the message: This card
bears a two-fold gift: an ex-
pression of happiness for
you and a contribution to the
Michigan Ca n c e r Founda-
tion."
The seasons 'greetings
cards, with imprinting avail-
able, can be ordered through
the C ancer Foundation's
Berkley office. For informa-
tion, call the office, 542-1986.

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Local Actress Sinai Hospital THE ' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 25, 1974-39
to Perform for Lists Nominees Lubavitchers Plan Happening
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and was seen in a one-woman
show entitled "Two Knights
With Nancy".
She will present a program
of song and dance entitled
"What Is This Thing Called
Love," produced by Donna
Zatkin and. directed by Beth
Sheva Laikin. Barbara Gow-
an will do the musical score.
Refreshments will be served.
Alfred A. Klunover, presi-
dent, cordially invites guests.
Mrs. Samuel G. Bank is gen-
eral chairman. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Bank, 96&
5298:

Carl Levin at LZA

Carl Levin, president of the
Detroit Common Council, will
speak on "Issues and An-
swers in the Forthcoming
Election" 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Brenner - Truman Branch
is sponsoring the free and
' open event, which will be
followed by a social hour.

Sinai Hospital of Detroit will
present the names of seven
members for re-election at
the annual meeting of the
corporation 8 p.m. Nov. 18
in the Zuckerman Auditor-
ium.
Nominated for five-year
terms ending Dec. 1, 1979,
are Sidney J. Bertin, Jerome
J. Frank, Lawrence Gubow,
Paul M. Handleman, Leslie
Rose, Hugo Slotkin and Bert
L. Smokier.
The nominating committee
is chaired by Nate S. Sha-
pero.
Attorney John F. Dodge,
counsel for the Physicians
Crisis Committee, will be the
featured speaker. He will
discuss medical malpractice
insurance.
Sinai Hospital medallions
will be presented to seven
persons who have retired
from voluntary service. Ac-
cepting medallions will be
Dr. Stuart W. Hamburger,
former acting co-chairman
of surgery; Mrs. Tillie Mar-
tin, immediate past president
of the women's guild; and
five retiring officers of the
board of trustees, Charles N.
Agree, who served as vice
president of the board; Har-
vey H. Goldman, former vice
president; Irwin I. Cohn,
board secretary; Abe Shiff-
man, former treasurer; and
Harry C. Schaefer, , assistant
treasurer.

concert will be held 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 3 at Ford Auditorium.
David Hermelim will be con-
cert .chairman, announces
Rabbi Berel Shemtov, direc-
tor of Lubavitch activities.
Jocelyn Krieger, writer
and producer of Happening,
said the concert will empha-

ent selected from the Luba-
vitch Hassidim in the United
States and Israel. Eric Ros-
enow and his musicians will
also perform.
For tickets, call Rabbi
Shemtov, 398-2611.

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