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May 08, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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Continued from preceding page

Benyas is an award-
winning actress, a singer,
musician and educator. Be-
sid'es her performances in
theater, musicals and opera,
she has appeared in many
television commercials and
industrial films. She recently
appeared in the Michigan
Opera Theater's production of

My Fair Lady.

Fleischer has numerous.
acting credits, covering roles
in musicals and drama. She
has directed plays for Attic
Theater, Actors' Alliance and
most currently the University
of Detroit's Theater Com-
pany. She trained at the Hil-
berry Repertory Studio and
has taught acting and direc-
tion.
Marlene Borman is
president of Women's Di-
vision and Edie Mittenthal is
vice president. Barbara Berry
is chairman of the Annual
Meeting Committee. Marjorie
Krasnick is her associate
chairman and Leah Snider is
advisor. Other chairmen in-
clude Eythe Jackier, installa-
tion; Selma Snider-Schwartz,
hostesses; Harriet Colman,
reservations; and Gail Kap-
lan, decorations. Amy Brown
is editor of the Women's Di-
vision annual report.

Installation Lunch
To Feature Orbach

Dic a
Vsr) crc

Cantor Harold Orbach

Peppy Nicholas

My Fashion Style -
"I love exhumes. I love jewels and
accessories."
What Influences It -
The company I'm in - where I work and
where I play.
Why I Shop on The Boardwalk -
love the personal attention I get on
The Boardwalk,"

Orchard Lake Road — South of Maple
West Bloomfield

58 Friday, May 8, 1987–

cordiaffy invites you
to a special exhibit and- safe
of photography by

PH. Yancey Hughes.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Steven y. Tapper

May 21, 1.987 6:00pm to 9:00pm
• refreshments served.

26400 W. 12 Mile
MI 48034
358 3383

Southfield

In the Franklin Savings Center
(Across from Tappers Jewiers)

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will hold its annual installa-
tion luncheon, noon Monday,
at the temple. Highlighting
the program will be a per-
formance by Cantor Harold
Orbach entitled, "An After-
noon on Broadway."

The meeting is jointly
sponsored by sisterhood and
The Helen S. Tobias Memo-
rial Fund.

Sara Hoffman will be in-
stalled as president. Instal-
ling officers will be Linda
Brodsky and Carol Cooper.
Chairmen for the event are
Gayle Hirsch and Cynthia
Franklin. There is a fee for
luncheon. Call the temple
office for reservations and in-
formation, 661-5700.

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