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September 16, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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THE,DETROILMISH NEWS

UJA Chief Will Address 1984 Campaign Luncheon

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Irving Bernstein, execu-
tive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, will
be guest speaker on behalf
of the 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign at an 11 a.m.
luncheon meeting Wednes-
day at the home of Dorothy
Gerson.

Wayne Feinstein, execu-
tive vice president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
will bring greetings and a
local Campaign update.
The gathering, sponsored
by the Women's Division
Advance Gifts ($7,500 and
over) Section of the Cam-

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paign, will focus on the local
and overseas needs that re-
quire communal support.
Bernstein is the profes-
sional head of the Ameri-
can Jewish community's
major channel of funds
for humanitarian service
to the people of Israel. He
has presided over the op-
erations of the interna-
tional philanthropic
agency for the last de-
cade. He was a major
force behind the creation
of Project Renewal, the

Friday, September 16, 19133 41

Ladies-Only Concert Slated

social rehabilitation pro-
gram in Israel.
Marian Handleman,
chairman of the Advance
Gifts Section, is being as-
sisted by Barbara Berry,
associate chairman; Jane
Sherman, briefing chair-
man; Belle Kukes, Babs
Lowenstein, Dulcie Rosen-
feld, Marianne Schwartz
and Shelby Tauber, vice
chairmen; Marlene Bor-
man, Campaign chairman;
Sharon Hart, associate
Campaign chairman and
Ellen Labes, Women's Di-
vision president.

Folksinger Miriam Barry
will appear in a ladies-only
concert entitled "A Touch of
Music," 7:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at
Oak Park High School.
The concert will benefit
the Kollel Institute.
Mrs. Barry will be joined
in the program by pianist
Patti Ross, flutist Theresa

North and pianist Devora
Moskowitz. An original
dance performance will be
presented by Janet Burg
and Estie Grubner.
There is an admission
charge. Tickets will be
available at the door. For
details, call Goldie Silvers-
tein, 967-3374.

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Lester Burton will ad-
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11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Jac-
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tact Rusty Rosman, 363-
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