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April 29, 1988 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-29

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Rochelle Rosenthal, actress
and singer, will perform a
one-woman revue at the Thrn-
ple Beth El Sisterhood in-
stallation and luncheon, noon
May 16.
Rosenthal is a native
Detroiter who has performed
roles in a number of Michigan
Opera Theatre productions,
including: The Student
Prince, The Mikado and Man
of La Mancha. Rosenthal
made her Attic Theater debut
in My Name Is Alice last
summer.
Reservations must be made
by May 9. For reservations
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ple, 851-1100.

Special Lunch
Due For Women

Sutton Ravines Chapter,
Women's American ORT, will
celebrate the 60th anniver-
sary of ORT and the 40th an-
niversary of Israel at the
mother-daughter gourmet
luncheon on Wednesday at
the Sutton Lodge club house.
Friends and guests are
welcome.
Entertainment will be by
the singing and dancing
Grandmas. For information
and reservations, call Helen
Litman, 489-5908; Rita
Weston, 557-5462. There is a
charge.

Batya To Hear
News Anchor

Batya Chapter, Amit
Women, will hold a Lag
B'Omer luncheon Thursday
in the home of Penny Green-
stein. Guest speaker will be
Debra Silberstein, Channel 4
weekend news anchor.
There is a charge. Guests
are welcome.. For information,
call Ceil Liebman, 557-7065.

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