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November 02, 1984 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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Friday, November 2, 1984

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president of the HMC, will ad-
dress the group on behalf of the
Campaign.
Jackier is a member of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Executive Committee and an Al-
lied Jewish Campaign leader. He
serves as national missions
chairman for the United Jewish
Appeal and formerly co-chaired
the Jewish Community Council's
Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee.
Chairman of the Women's Di-
vision Kadima Section, Annie
Cohen is being assisted by Cheryl
Guyer, associate chairman; Sha-
ron Lipton, briefing chairman;
Penny Blumenstein, adviser; and
Zena Gordon, Renee Laker, Susan
Pappas, Sandy Schwartz, Susan

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The Bel Canto Choral Society,
under the direction of Dr. Morton
Gold, has begun its new season of
activity. Julie Miller, president,
announces that rehearsal music
includes Jewish, Hebrew,
classical and show tunes.
Auditions can be arranged for
some section openings. Sight
reading is an asset. Call Betty
Fishman, 862-7618, or Ruth
Blackman, 358-0567, for informa-
tion.

Tapper, Trudi Wineman and
Carol Wolfe, vice chairmen.
Ellen Bean, chairman of the
Pre-Campaign Section, is being
assisted by Gayle Burstein, asso-
ciate chairman; Penny Blumens-
tein, briefing chairman; Sally
Krugel, adviser; and Dena Can-
vasser, Gloria Cohen, Leslie
Friedman, Fran Gold, Nancy
Grosfeld, Barbara Mayer, Janelle
Miller, Joan Satovsky and Helen
Shevin, vice chairmen.
For reservations and informa-
tion, contact the Women's Di-
vision, 965-3939.

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The Orchards Children's Serv-
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Phonefriends are persons who
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children who are alone after
school while their parents are at
work. The children can call in and
know that there is someone who
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The program will begin on Dec.
3 and operate between 4 and 7
p.m., Monday through Thursday
until June 13.
Volunteers are requested to
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