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April 02, 1982 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mike Whorf to Present Program
at Shaarey Zedek Women's Worl

Mike Whorf; host of Wit
radio's Kaleidoscope, will be
the featured artist at
"Woman's World 1982"
April 28 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The day-long program,
sponsored by the sisterhood,
will begin with a continen-
tal breakfast and boutique
shopping at 10 a.m. Follow-
ing luncheon at noon.
Whorf,
accompanied by
.
lanist Ron Houser, will
-, 'resent a musical narra-
tive, "An American
Parade."
In honor of Shaarey
Zedek's 120th anniversary,
he will incorporate vignet-
tes of its history into .his
dramatic musical presenta-
tion.
A veteran of 25 years of

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Chairperson
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"Woman's World 1982" is
Helene Cherrin. Joyce
Blum is sisterhood
president. Baby sitting is
available. Oral interpre-
tation will be provided on
request. For tickets and
information, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.
Proceeds from "Women's
World" will benefit sister-
hood projects and services,
including adult classes,
altar flowers, Braille copy-
ing service, brides' books,
gift shop, Hanuka. and
Purim boxes, college
dinners, kidush and oneg,
nursing home programs and
visits, Russian luncheon
and program, scholarships,
"Service With Love," the
sukka and Town Hall
series.

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the more it contracts.

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Open Mon.-Sat.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.

WISHES EVERYONE
A HAPPY PASSOVER •

Correction

The telephone number for
the Wayne State University
Information Services ap-
pearing in' the story about
the luncheon tribute for
Leonard Simons in last
week's Jewish News was in-
correct. The phone number
is 577-2150.

broadcasting experience,
Whorf has been with
Weill since 1964. For the
past 15 years, he has been
host, narrator, re-
searcher, writer and
producer of KaleidO-
scope, a musical-
narrative featuring biog-
raphieA, historical
events, and the lives and
times of the famous and
infamous.
He won an award for his
five-part study of the life of
American Indians in the
'70s. Whorf has received
numerous awards and cita-
tions of merit for his pro-
grams including the distin-
guished George Foster Pea-
body Award, more than a
dozen Freedom Foundation
Awards and an honorary
Doctor of Fine Arts degree
from Albion College.
A special feature of
Woman's World, as always,
is the many boutique shops
where guests may browse
and buy a wide 'variety of
items. These will be open
both before and after . the
luncheon.
Featured will be cosme-
tics, stationery, books,_
candy, flowers, needlepoint,
accessories and more. In
addition, baked goods, pre-
pared by sisterhood mem-
bers; attic treasures and
ceremonial gifts from the
sisterhood gift shop will be
available for purchase.
_

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