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April 08, 1988 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-08

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BUSINESS OR VACATION
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Jean Frankel, Sybil Jones,
Rosalind Schiff, Helen
Shevin, Freddy Shiffman,
Leah Snider and Reva
Stocker were nominated to
the Advisory Service Council
for additional three-year
terms, while Barbara Berry,
Vivian Berry and Beth
Lowenstein were nominated
for a first term.
Jessie Stern is chairman of
the Women's Division
nominating committee, who's
members include Tillie
Brandwine, Barbara
Eisenberg, Pola Friedman,
Evelyn Levine, Linda E. Lutz,
Helen Shevin and Evelyn
Silverman.

Education Day
At Beth Shalom

The sisterhood of Cong.
Beth Shalom will have its an-
nual Education Day on April
28 at the synagogue. The
speaker will be Sharon
Schwartz, and the theme of
the day will be: "The Image
of the Jewish Woman in
American Literature, from
Yiddishe Momma to
`Princess!"
Schwartz has studied
history and English
literature both at the Univer-
sity of Michigan and at
Oakland University. She has
taught English literature at
United Hebrew Schools,
Hillel Day School, Midrasha,
and at the senior adult
department of the Jewish
Community Center.
Registration will be at 9:30
a.m. The fee includes morn-
ing coffee and cookies and a
dairy buffet lunch. Reserva-
tion deadline is April 18.
Everybody is welcome. For in-
formation, call Beth Shalom,
547-7970; or Ingeborg Jordan,
341-1820.

Women To Have
Evening Of Art

Orchard Hills and Topaz
Chapters, Women's American
ORT, will host "An Evening of
Art" on April 16 at the
Danielle Peleg Art Gallery,
5755 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield.
The art show and sale will
begin at 8:30 p.m. and will
feature works from artists
such as Vicky Montesinos,
Jiang, Calman Shemi, Theo
Tobiasse, Raphael Abecassis,
Dafna Cohen and many
others. Desserts and
beverages will be served and
a brief presentation will be

made on selected artists.
All checks for purchases
made the evening of the show
should be made payable to
Women's American ORT.
There is no admission charge,
but reservations are re-
quested. Call Beverly K.
Phillips, 553-0939; or Annette
Bernholtz, 553-8027, for infor-
mation or to make
reservations.

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B-P Group

Hanita Chapter
Has Meeting

of
Chapter
Hanita
Naamat/USA will have
Eleanor Keys of the Jewish
Family Service at its next
meeting on April 19 at noon
in the home of Ida Ruben-
stein, 15075 Lincoln, Oak
Park.
A mini-lunch will be served
and there is no charge. For
reservations, call Ida Ruben-
stein, 967-2657. Guests are
welcome.

Mrs. Sara Hochman, presi-
dent of the David-Horodoker
Women's organization, an-
nounces a meeting will be
held Tuesday at noon at the
MCL Restaurant, Tel-12
Mall.

Breast Exam
Class Open

Beaumont
William
Hospital, Troy, will offer a
breast self examination class
Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the
William Beaumont Hospital,
Troy, Medical Building.
Pre-registration is required.
To register, contact Beau-
mont, Troy's Department of
Education, 828-5589. There is
a fee.


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