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October 28, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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Friday, October 28, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Kitty Carlisle Hart,
singer, actress, television
personality, will be the fea-
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membership luncheon of
National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit
Section at noon Nov. 10 at
Temple Beth El.
Life members are invited
to attend a sherry reception
with Mrs. Hart at 11 a.m.
The subject of her talk will
be "Women on the Move."
Mrs. Hart made her debut
as Prince Orlofsky in "Die
Fledermaus," and during
the summer of 1973 ap-
peared in the Met's series of
Operas in the Park. She
created the role of Lucretia
in the American premiere of
Benjamin Britten's "Rape of
Lucretia."
Her first appearance

on Broadway was in
"Champagne Sec," and
her movie appearances
include such films as "A
Night at the Opera," with
the Marx Brothers. In re-
cent years she has lec-
tured extensively
throughout the U.S. and
has been a panelist on the
television show, "To Tell
The Truth."

In the civic sphere, she
chaired the New York
Statewide Conference on
Women and was later ap-
pointed special consultant
to the governor on women's
opportunities. She moder-
ated a television series

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Detroit NCJW to Observe
Women's Organization's 90th

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Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will celebrate the
90th anniversary of the
organization during NCJW
week Nov. 6-13.
The observance will begin
with an open board meeting
at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 8 at the
NCJW offices, 16400 W. 12
Mile, Southfield. Shirley
Tate, director of the Michi-
gan Office of Children and
Youth Services, will be the
guest speaker. Volunteers
will report on Greater De-
troit Section services.
TV and movie personality
Kitty Carlisle Hart will
speak on "Women on the
Move" at a noon luncheon
Nov. 10 at Temple Beth El.
Shabat services Nov. 11
and 12 held throughout
the area will pay tribute
to NCJW.
The social service contri-
butions the local affiliate of
NCJW has made and is still
producing are legion.
Among them are: schol-
arships; penny lunches in
the public schools; Council
House where working girls
lived at minimum cost and
maximum security; Camp
Jeddo for their budgeted va-
cations; the 12th Street
Council Center where the
first Golden Age Club
helped resettlement and
reunite families during
WWII; the Paris Homes for
orphaned girls.
Currently, Meals on
Wheels provides two kosher
meals packed and delivered
to homebound individuals
five days a week by volun-
ters; CASA, (Court Ap-
pointed Special Advocate)
works with professionals on
behalf of children who are
temporary and permanent
wards of the court; SPACE
meets the needs of single
parent families (separated,
widowed and divorced)
through support groups,
workshops and retreats; Or-
chards Children's Services
provides a range of
psychological services for

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Berman of Cleveland
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named an intermediate
cities consultant for the
United Jewish Appeal
Region II.

troubled children and their
families as well as educa-
tional programs for the gen-
eral community; education
assistance awards interest-
free loans and grants to
needy Jewish students for
undergraduate and
graduate study; Ship-A-Box
supplies toys and learning
materials to nursery schools
in Israel; and near comple-
tion of Access Guide for the
Handicapper to be distrib-
uted free of charge in the
tri-county area.

called "Women on the
Move," and undertook an-
other TV series sponsored
by the State University of
New York in which she
interviewed women and
men who had worked out
meaningful careers for their
retirement years.
Mrs. Hart was married
to Pulitzer Prize-winning
playwright-director, Moss
Hart, who died in 1961.
Chairmen of the program
are Shelly Cooper and Sha-
ron - Radom. Committee
members are: Amy Brown,
Judy Kamins, Elaine
Koshar, Sally Mayer, Rita
Selburn, Phyllis Welling,
Rissa Winkelman, Cory
Gillman, Norrine Selesko,
Jill Grundland, Marilyn
Silver, Hermine Silver,
Sondra Nathan, Gerry Pas-
ternak and Barbara Stone.
Hospitality Chairman is
Anita Sudakin.

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