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October 04, 1985 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 4, 1985

55

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environmental and social de-
velopment.
She is completing work at
Wayne State University toward
a Ph.D. degree.
She has devoted her talents to
Common Ground, Birmingham
Youth Assistance and Family-
day. In 1982, she was presented
with the first "Woman of the
Year" in Birmingham.
Serving with the Schwartzes
as the general co-chairmen are:
Paul and Marlene Borman, Leon
and Heidi Cohan, David and
Marion Handleman, Judge
Damon and Rachel Keith, Peter
and Nicole Stroh, Richard and
Barbara VanDusen.
The B'nai B'rith Foundation
committee chairman is Nathan
D. Rubenstein, and Louis Weber
is the honorary chairman.
Proceeds from the dinner will
benefit the B'nai B'rith youth
serving agencies: B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization and the
Hillel Foundations on college
campuses.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call the B'nai B'rith Foun-
dation office, 552-8070.

Reservations, 362-1262

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• Royal Oak—Wood-
ward & 11 Mile Rd.

(1 Guest Check Please)
11 a.m.-8:3O p.m.

aurice Rosender, right, representing Oakland Century Lodge,
tI presents
a check to B'nai B'rith Council President Oscar Tuttleman

for the Youth Services Appeal.

BB Honors Edison Chief

Walter and Alice McCarthy

The B'nai B'rith Foundation
vill host the annual B'nai B'rith
nternational Great American
'raditions Award Dinner on
)ct. 30 at the Westin Hotel.
Alan and Marianne Schwartz
Lre the general chairmen for
his prestigious event which will
ay tribute to Walter J. McCar-
hy, Jr. and Alice R. McCarthy.
McCarthy is the chairman
nd chief executive officer of De-
roit Edison.
He was graduated from the
lak Ridge School of Reactor
'ethnology with the equiva-
?.ncy of a master's degree. He
hen began his professional
zreer with the Public Seryice

Electric and Gas Co. in New
Jersey.
He has been the chairman of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, a position he was
elected to in 1982. He has also
served as the chairman of the
Michigan Thanksgiving Day
Parade. He sits on the boards of
Federal Mogul Co. and Perry
Drug Stores, among others. A
few of his organizational mem-
berships are: Economic Club,
the Detroit Area Boy Scouts of
America and the Engineering
Society of America.
Mrs. McCarthy has dedicated
her life to the areas of

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• West Bloomfield—
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• 9 Other Locations
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• Royal Oak—Wood-
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Fire Safety Event
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The Southfield Fire Depart-
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scheduled for Sunday noon till 5
p.m. at the Headquarters Fire
Station, 24477 Lahser Rd.

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Auto Industry
Topic Of Talk

The Center for New Thinking
will present auto industry ex-
pert David Cole at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Somerset Mall
auditorium.
Cole will speak on "The Fu-
ture of the Automobile Indus-
try."
At 10 a.m. Thursday, the cen-
ter will present a talk by Rabbi
Sherwin T. Wine, director, on
"Terrorism" at 10 a.m. at the
mall. There is a charge for both
lectures.
For information, call the Cen-
ter for New Thinking, 546-8928.

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Vivace Series
Begins At Temple

Vivace, the music series of the
Birmingham Temple, begins its
second decade at 7:30 p.m. Oct.
13 at the temple with a cabaret
jazz• concert featuring Ursula
Walker and the Buddy Budson
Trio.
Beverages, cheese and fruit
are available. For tickets and
information, call Bob Phillips,
661-5633.
Walker performs regularly at
the Detroit Montreux Jazz Feat-
ival. She has opened for Dizzy
Gillespie at the Music Hall and
for Tania Maria at the Royal
Oak Music Theater. Budson has
been active in the Detroit area
since he was a teenager. He has
toured with the Buddy Rich Big
Band, jazz guitarist Earl Klugh
and the Four Tops vocal group.

• Southfield-8 Mile Rd.
and Southfield

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Orchard Lake Rd. &
Maple Rd.
• 9 Other Locations
Around Town

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