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April 29, 1983 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, April 29, 1983

Musical Comedy Featured at Detroit NCJW Installation

Co-producer is Cookie
Klein. Denise Welling is
the show's choreog-
rapher and Shelly Barr is
the accompanist. The
program will include the
installation of the
newly-elected officers
and board of directors.
Among those to be in-
stalled are Sonia Macey,
president; Sandra
Leshman, executive vice
president; Shelby Tauber,
Hermine Silver, Rosalie
Dean, and Terran Leemis,

Written, produced and di-
rected by Dorothy Mahlin,
"We Gotta Crow" is a salute
by NCJW members to
NCJW which celebrates its
90th anniversary this year.
The show stars Dossie
Brent, Susie Engelman,
Denny Farber, Maddie
Forbes, Cyrille Goode,
Marilyn Hart, Betsy Heuer,
Nancy Kasle, Sharon Ra-
dom, Harriet Rapaport,
Marty Rosenthal, Reva Ta-
lon, Sharon Taylor and Ar-
lene Wenokur.

We Gotta Crow," an orig-
inal musical comedy, will be
the featured entertainment
at the annual installation
luncheon of National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section at
11:15 a.m. May 10 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA
Also Solos, Duos & Trios
Tops in Music & Entertainment

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SONIA MACEY

vice presidents; Mary
Schwartz, Geraldine Pas-
ternak, Margie Ansell,
Marsha Zucker, Judy Ka-
mins and Shelly Cooper,
secretaries; Doris Wasser-
man, Janelle Miller and A.
M. Goldkrand, treasurers.
Newly elected board
members are: Amy Brown,
Filomena Dillick, Ada
Feldman, Hillary Gitstein,
Saundra Goosen, Sally
Green, Zivia Grekin, Arlene
Licht, Judy Marx, Barbara
Mayer, Sally Mayer, Shir-
ley Mersky, Joy Nachman,
Sharon Radom, Arlene Red-
field, Betty Rosenhaus, Ann
Rubin, Hope Silverman and
Ruthe Young.
Special honors will be ac-
corded to Helen Shevin, this
year's recipient of the Han-
nah G. Solomon Award, a
presentation bestowed on
an NCJW member of com-
munity leader who has
"provided exceptional lead-
ership and service" to
others. Past presidents and
life members also will be
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recognized.
The Fashion Spree
Mobile will be parked in
the Shaarey Zedek lot
and items for the fall
Fashion Spree sale may
be dropped off.
Heading the Program
Committee are Shelly
Cooper and Sharon Radom,
Committee member's are:
Amy Brown, Rosalie Dean,
Fanya Green, Jill Grund-
land, Judy Kamins, Elaine
Koshar, Sally Mayer,
Sondra Nathan, Gerry Pas-
ternak, Rita Selburn, Her-
mine Silver, Betty Silver-
farb, Barbara Stone, Phyllis
Welling and Rissa Winkel-
man.
Friends are invited.
There is ,a charge. For
reservations, call NCJW,
557-9604.

GREAT LAKES RE-
GION, National Federation
of Jewish Men's Clubs,
elected Dr. Harvey
Nussbaum of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and Sheldon B.
Satovsky of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, vice presidents, and
Stewart Silverman of Cong.
Beth Achim, calendar sec-
retary.
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AESCULAPIAN
PHARMACEUTICAL
ASSOCIATION will meet
8 p.m. May 9 at Cranbrook
Club House. Plans for the
Victory Dinner will be dis-
cussed and there will be
cards. Refreshments will be
served, courtesy of the
Ladies Auxiliary.

Day Planned for Children
Living With Single Parents

SPACE of the National
Council of Jewish Women
and the Southfield Public
Schools will present a
"Young People's Day — On
Living With a Single Par-
ent" noon to 4:30 p.m. May
15 at the Brace Lederle
Community Education
Center.
The program will give
young people ages 8-18 a
chance to express their feel-
ings about living with a
single parent.- There will
also be support groups for
the parents. All programs
will be supervised by pro-
fessionals.
Participants are re-
quested to bring or wear
gym shoes. Crossroads
Productions, Ltd. will
present several short,
original plays during the

Cited by WSU

Theodore Goldberg of
Oak Park was one of six
Wayne State University fa-
culty members chosen to re-
ceive the university's 1983
President's Award for Ex-
cellence in Teaching.
Goldberg is an associate
professor of social work.

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call SPACE, 557-9390.

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