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post, she was associate national
chairman for special projects for
the overall Bond campaign. She
was also national associate
chairman of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Centennial Celebra-
tion, a year-long international
birthday tribute organized by Is-
Ms. Weikers is a member of the
Million Dollar Roundtable of the
insurance industry. She also be-
longs to the National Association
of Life Underwriters, the
Philadelphia Association of Life
Underwriters and was advisory
board member of the Women's
Bank of Maryland.
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Crescent Shrine Club will have
a dinner-dance at 7:30 p.m. May
19 at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
announces Fred Naftalie,
president. Cocktails will be
served at 6:30 p.m.
The evening will pay tribute to
the group's Potentate and his Di-
van. There will be a short pro-
gram, followed by music for danc-
All Shriners and their wives
are invited. Reservation deadline
is Wednesday. For reservations,
call David Dickman, 353-3112;
Sol Kirzner, 352-8613; or Max
The seventh annual Provi-
dence Hospital Golf Classic tees
off on May 19 at the Detroit Golf
Club. Special guest golfer is
Charlie Sanders of the Detroit
Guests will enjoy 18 holes of
golf on two courses, plus break-
fast, lunch, dinner and refresh-
ments throughout the day. Also
included in the ticket price are
chances at many prizes.
Golf Classic proceeds support
the programs of Providence Hos-
pital. Call the Providence Hospi-
tal Foundation, 552-9001 for in-
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State Representative David M.
Gubow (D-Huntington Woods)
has been nominated to represent
Michigan at the Foreign Policy
Education Conference of the
American Council of Young
Political Leaders (ACYPL) June
12-13 in Washington, D.C.
Gubow, 36, is serving his first
term in the Michigan House of
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chairman of both the House
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Mental Health. He is an attorney
with degrees from the University
of Michigan and the University of
Detroit School of Law.
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