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April 07, 1989 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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The Merchant of VINO

On Speaking Terms

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and patriotic programs. She
was the motivating force
behind Cass lbch's reduced
class sizes in speech and
drama.
In the community, Ham-
burger has a long list of
credits which date back to her
youth. She was only 11 when
she began appearing on
WWJ's "Storyland" series.
Later radio audiences heard
Hamburger's warm voice as
WWJ's Story Lady.
She coordinated "Kids On
The Block," a puppetry group
which performed state-wide
to teach sensitivity for the
needs of the handicapped. She
has organized film forums for
youth, produced radio pro-
grams for WDTR's "Speak
Out," and sought talent for
videos on teen pregnancy and
suicide.
All this Hamburger manag-
ed, along with a professional
acting career in radio/TV
commercials, summer stock

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appearances and a full-time
teaching position.
Hamburger's family has
always accepted her commit-
ment to her students and her
profession. Fran Schwartz
and Bill Hamburger were col-
lege kids when they met on
the WSU campus in the '50s.
"My right arm and best
friend," she describes her hus-
band of 36 years. Daughter
Susan, a speech pathologist,
recently presented her
parents with their first grand-
child, Adam.
Hamburger is not a lady to
remain silent on issues where
she feels strongly. But there's
one subject that leaves her
temporarily speechless: What
is it like to be retired?
"Well, I'm not quite sure
. I officially retired from
Cass Tech in February. But I
think I've been at school
almost every day since
then." ❑

GOING PLACES I

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The Sunshine Boys, today
and Saturday, April 14-15,
admission. 546-4806.

MUSIC

CHAMBER MUSIC
SOCIETY
Orchestra Hall, Detroit,
Berlin Chamber Orchestra,
concert includes Mozart
and Bach, Saturday,
admission. 833-3700.
BRUNCH WITH BACH
Detroit Institute of Arts,
5200 Woodward, Onita
Sanders, "Origins of the
Harp," Sunday, admission.
832-2730.
KERRYTOWN CONCERT
HOUSE
415 N. 4th, Ann Arbor, The



Percussion Group, 8 p.m.
today, admission. 769-2999.

THE SCANDINAVIAN
SOCIETY
Southfield Civic Center
Pavillion, 26000 Evergreen,
"Rocking with the
Classics," Saturday,
admission. 644-9203 or
476-7689.

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
Varner Recital Hall,
Rochester, Moon and Lee,
piano concert, Sunday,
admission. 370-3018.

GILBERT AND
SULLIVAN SOCIETY
Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann
Arbor, The Mikado,
Wednesday through April
22, admission. 763-1085.

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