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March 17, 1995 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-17

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SEEN AT MARVIN'S

Oakland Universit 's

FRED KALT, Kalt-Lori Steel, Son Matthew, 4; PHIL GRAY &
ANITA GRAY, Tuscon, Ariz., son Dr. Sam Gray, Chiropracter and
his daughter, Natalie, 2; JUDY YUNAS, Teacher, Special
Education, Niece Hallie Eisenberg, 3; MARTA LAZAR, Paralegal
at St. John's Hospital; BOB MENDELSON, Domestic
Refrigeration & Heating, daughter Jessica 9, and son Aaron, 7.

tended the Jewish Ensemble
Theatre (JET) gala benefit open-
ing night of The Sisters
Rosensweig at the Fisher The-
atre. The evening raised $15,000
in support of Detroit's only pro-
fessional Jewish theater. Susie
and Robert Citrin, Phoebe
and Harris Mainster,
Dorothy and Bud Gerson and
Henrietta Hermelin-Wein-
berg were co-chairmen of the
event. Some of the JET sup-
porters included: Marci and
Alex Benson; Bryant and
Mary Frank; Shelley Golden;
MaryLou and Mort Zieve; Bill
Davidson; Sally and Graham
Orley; Gary, Alvin and Edith
Wasserman; Ralph and Erica
Gerson; Regene Schmier;
Pamela and Todd Wyatt; Jim
and Nancy Jonas; Carol
Cooper; Bluma. and Leonard
Siegal; Max Shaye; Benson
and Susan Barr; Lori and
Robbie Nusbaum.

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T HE A T R E

A Professional Theatre

The Glass

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Dinner Mon.-Thurs. 5 to 9:30, Fri. & Sat. 5 to 10:30

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loom — my grandparents' Rus-
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There will be a display of
tables set with antiques, de-
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Truth Wineman are some of the
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The festival also includes a
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2. For more information, call
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Mass., will be the guest speaker.
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