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June 17, 1983 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-17

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ridgy, June 11, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's ORT Region Plans Installation-Brunch June 26

Region,
Michigan
Women's American ORT,
will have its installation-
Honor Roll brunch 11:30

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of oil exporting countries of
the Middle East in U.S.
banks dropped nearly 20
percent in 1982.
The U.S. Department of

a.m. June 26 at the Troy
Hilton Inn.
Guest speaker will be
Mike Miller of WXYZ radio.
Ruth Rosenfeld will give
the invocation. Installing
officer will be Barbara
Weisberg, past president of
the Michigan Region and a
national board member.
Officers to be installed
are: Susan Dubin,
president; Hjirriet
Jacobson, chairman of
the executive committee;
Susan Cuttner, Mary Lee
Fishman, Vickie Marcu-
son, Dorothy Rubin,
Pauline Schreiber,

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Finalizing arrangements for the Michigan
Region, Women's American ORT, annual Honor Roll
and installation brunch are, from left, seated: Susan
Dubin, president; and Harriet Jacobson, chairman of
the executive committee; and standing, from left: Shin-
lee Rosen, chairman of the day; and Yetta Wolf, region
Honor Roll vice president.

Roberta Warsh and Yetta
Wolf, vice presidents. ;
Lois Sandberg, trea-
surer; Judie Weinstein,
Shirley Rosen and Paula
Glazier, secretaries;
Ethel Levy, parliamenta-
rian; and Janet Berman,
Lynn Fields, Delores Ro-
sen, Marion Menczer and
Nancy Weiner, vice
president section coor-
dinators.
Chapter presidents to be
installed are: Henrietta
Sklar, Ann Arbor; Terri
Shapiro and Cindi Fischel,
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Reservations are still
being taken for the Greater
Detroit Council, Pioneer
Women/ Naamat, installa-
tion to be held 1 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Troy Hilton Inn.
The afternoon will in-
clude a report by immediate
past past president Evelyn
Noveck and a musical pro-
gram by Marian Bates, ac-
companied by Betty Pollen.
National Board Members
Betty Rath will be chair-
man of the day and Ruth
Miller will be installing
officer. Chapter presidents
also will be installed.
Guests are welcome.
There is a nominal charge.
For required reservations,
call the Pioneer Women/
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Cohen, Greater Detroit
Business and Professional;
Toby Kiritsis, Liberty;
Pauline Girson, Mt. Cle-
mens; Lillian Colman,
Northeast; Minnie Berman
and Diane Berlinberg, Oak-
field; Leah Levinsky, Oak-
land Hills; Lillian A. Good-
man, Parkwood; Marla
Shiffman, Pebble Creek;
Lauren Koenigsberg and
Gail Goodstein, Silver-
brooke; Cookie Markowitz,
South Acres; Joanne Denn,
Southwoods; Barbara Gut-
man, Spring Arbor; and
Francine Kaplan, Summer-
set Woods.
Shirlee Rosen is chair-
man of the day. She will be
assisted by Mesdames Wolf,
Fishman, Estelle Warren
and Dorothy Rubin.
Ms. Marcuson and
Dorothy Love are in charge
of reservations. Honor Roll
members and guests, in-
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For information, call the
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Commerce reported that the
United States enjoyed a $5
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1982, with U.S. exports to
that region having in-
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