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April 04, 1986 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-04

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Sisterhood. Marks
30th Anniversary

Cong. B'nai David Sisterhood
will celebrate its 50th anniver-
sary at a special donor luncheon
at nom April 15 at the
synagogue.
Mrs. Helen Brown, president,
and Mrs. Flo Nitzkin, donor and
entertainment chairman, an-
nounce the day will begin at 10
a.m. in the synagogue foyer
with boutiques and gift items.
Following the luncheon a special
entertainment program will be
presented featuring Frankie
Rapp, Barbara Bredius and Phil
Marcus Esser.
Rapp hails from Michigan and
is an international comedy star.
From the Bowery in Hamtramck
to Las Vegas to the Elmwood
Casino and The Top .Hat in
Windsor, to the, hundreds of
clubs and banquets, Rapp has
entertained people from around
the world.
Bredius came to the Detroit
area from Salt Lake City with
the group, Brandywine. She
played at the Raven Gallery,
toured the United. States and
then joined The Jacques Brel
Show with Esser. She was re-
cently named best vocalist in
Detroit by a Detroit News maga-
zine.
Esser is from Omaha, Neb.,.
and has brought musical theater
programs to thousands of people
throughout Michigan. From
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well
in 1973, Esser, produced. 25 more
shows plus a series of concerts.
Esser was selected by the De-
troit News as one of the "Top
Ten Michiganians of 1986."
For ticket information, call
Nita Stern, 661-8265; or the
synagogue' office, 557-8210.

City of Farmington Hills License #169

After 39 years of serving the
quality jewelry needs of Detroit,
T.H. Grant Gemologists is

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Free Health
Tests Offered

The seventh annual Project
Health-O-Rama will again offer
free health screening tests to
anyone 18 years of age or older
in the eight counties of south-
eastern Michigan, beginning
Sunday and .continuing through
May 2.
For 27 days, participants will
receive free health screening
tests, with thorough follow-up.
More than 7,000 volunteers at
more than 100 sites will provide
tests for height and weight,
blood pressure, vision,
counseling/referral, health his-
tory, health hazard appraisal
and glaucoma. The optional
blood test will be provided at a
fee.
Specific site and test informa-
tion will be given by Pioneers
on the Project Health-O-Rama
hotline, 559-6120:

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CommitmentiTalk

Rabbi ,Sherwin:,: Wine of the
Birmingham ,Temple : will dis-
cuss "Commitment tin American
Life," based on ,t.he, book Habits
of the Heart, fot the Center for
New Thinking:
Rabbi Wine..MiVe:Speak at 10
a.m. Thursday, ; at. Somerset,
Mall. There is a charge.

CLOSING ITS DOORS
FOREVER!

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original prices

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