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May 09, 1986 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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THE

CLASS ACT

Federation Women
To Meet Thursday

Alice Blumberg

Mezzo soprano Alice Blumberg
will provide entertainment at
Wednesday's general meeting of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools. The
meeting will be held at 12:15 p.m.
at the Louis LaMed Auditorium
of United Hebrew Schools.
Selections, sung to the accom-
paniment of Nancy Shelton, will
be in French, Hebrew, Yiddish
and English.
Mrs. Blumberg has been sing-
ing professionally since the age of
4, appearing with Mickey Katz,
Kaye Ballard, Frank Gorshen,
the late Jack Soo and Larry
Storch during her career. She is
presently a soloist with the Tem-
ple Emanu-El Choir in Oak Park.
New life members of the auxil-
iary will be honored.' They are:
Mrs. Sam Eisenstadt, Mrs.
Naomi Floch, Mrs. Sylvia Iwrey,
Mrs. Robert Kasle, Mrs. Gertrude
Lubetsky, Mrs. Anna Mickel,
Mrs. Irving Palman, Mrs. Helen
Radin, Mrs. Alvin Shapiro, Mrs.
Sidney Siegan and Mrs. Esther
Stein.
The meeting and program are
open to the public at no charge.
Refreshments will be served.

Hadassah Plans
Election Meeting

Susan Yorke has been nomi-
nated for president of the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah.
The election of officers and instal-
lation will take place 11:30 a.m.
June 10 at Temple Israel.
Nominated for vice president
were: education, Annette Liber-
son; fund raising, Marilyn Pic-
kover; telethon, Faye Krut;
membership, Barbara Ben and
Beverly Fine; •pool groups, Bea
Briener; program, Dorris Chan-
dler and Joan Provizer; organiza-
tion, Barbara Gutman.
The six candidates for offices of
area vice presidents are: Fran-
cine Hack, Phyllis Subar, Marjie
Federman, Maxine Steiner,
Agnes Klein and Nancy Axelrad.
Additional officers on the slate
are: trasurer, Harrilee Shevin;
secretaries: corresponding, Doris
August; financial, Billie Gaum;
and recording, Esther Zisman.
The theme of the program fol-
lowing the luncheon will be a cel-
ebration of seventy years of serv-
ice as part of national Hadassah,

The Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation will
hold its 40th annual meeting at
11:45 a.m. Thursday at Cong.
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.
Following a Campaign report,
the division will pay tribute to
Pauline Jackson on her 90th
birthday. \Mrs. Jackson was the
first executive director of Federa-
tion's Women's Division.
In keeping with the anniver-
sary theme, the Women's Di-
vision All Stars will present an
original multi-media production
of "40 and Fabulous" featuring
special appearances by the "An-
drews Sisters, McGuire Sisters,
Lennon Sisters and Pointer Sis-
ters."
Linda Lee is vice president of
the Women's Division. Leah
Snider is chairman of the annual
meeting committee, Sharon Lip-
ton her associate, and Jessie
Stern adviser. Other - chairmen
include Renee Mahler and Cheryl
Riskin, entertainment; Marjorie
Krasnick, invitation design and
decorations; Jane Sherman, in-
stallation; Donna Slatkin, hos-
tesses; and Terran Leemis, ar-
rangements. Amy Brown is
editor of 'the Women's Division
annual report.

CBS Women Donor
Luncheon Nears

Reservations are still being
taken for Cong. Beth Shalom Sis-
terhood's 30th annual donor
luncheon, slated to take place at
noon May 22 at the synagogue.
Opus 3 Chamber Recitalists
will entertain. There is a fee, and
paid reservations are due by
Thursday.
For information, call Bess Lip-
son, donor chairman, 646-6643.

Youth Exchange
Pays Visit To HMC

The Urban-Suburban Youth
Exchange program, which was
launched by the Jewish Commu-
nity Council and the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Youth Foundation,
has planned a visit to the
Holocaust Memorial Center in
West Bloomfield on June 1. Fol-
lowing a tour of the HMC, the
young people will meet and talk
with a Holocaust survivor.
The next project will consist of
a tour of various stops along the
"Underground Railroad," where
slaves passed through on their
way to Canada and freedom.

Stuart Rogoff
357-4716

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BERNICE GABON, M.A.

- DIET CONSULTANT

"Music for all generations"

the women's Zionist organiza-
tion. Funds raised locally benefit
local youth programs and major
health, welfare and education in-
stallations in Israel. The present
membership of the Detroit Chap-
ter Hadassah exceeds 6,000.
For further information, call
Hadassah, 357-2920 or 683-5030.

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ARE YOU OUT OF CONTROL?

ORCHESTRA

Vocalist Appears
At Women's Event

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968-0021

CAN HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT
IN A NEW AND UNIQUE WAY

CALL: 353-0465

Don't Give up on Yourself!!!

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WE'RE PLAYING YOUR SONG!

661-0500

Jerry Fenby
Fenby-Carr
Shelby Lee
Eric Freudigman
Carl Ryding
George Brooks
Contrast II
Sheldon Yellen DJ
Caricaturists
T-he Ritz

Tim Hewitt & Feelings
Wilmot
Tom Ploeger
C & J Crossing
Classic Touch
Jay Valle
Johnny Griffith
Jyl Jackson DJ
Eric Harris DJ
Red Garter Band

Rendezvous
Perfect Blend
Johnny Chase
A Touch of Elegance
That's Right
Soiree
Harry Teichert Strings
Raymon Carboni
Mariachi Band
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