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June 16, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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I FOR WOMEN I

THE GREAT TASTE OF PHILLY
HAS COME TO LIGHT

ORT Women
Install Officers

The Business and Profes-
sional Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will install its
officers at a dinner on Mon-
day at 7 pm. at Southfield
Charley's.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Dorothy Zack; Vice
presidents: Fannie Berman,
Bea Cohen, Betty Holtzman,
Gussie Krowitz and Evelyn
Noveck; Recording Secretary,
Bea Cohen; Corresponding
Secretary, Tillie Schkloven;
Treasurer, Marian Bassey;
Financial Secretary, Ann
Elman; Parliamentarian,
Lillian Bussel Nacmani;
Counselors, Gertrude Brainin
and Betty Silverfarb.
Judith Goodman will sing
and play guitar and piano.
Guests are welcome. There
is a charge. For information,
call Bea Cohen, 350-3678; or
Dorothy Zack, 788-7199.

Chabad Has
Women's Classes

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You'll agree: The great taste of PHILLY has come to Light.

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"Through Her Eyes - The
Torah Portion From the Other
Side of the Mechitza," a week-
ly lecture given by Jocelyn
Ruth Krieger, will continue
throughout the summer.
The class meets 4 p.m.
Saturday at Cahbad House in
Southfield. For information,
call Mrs. Krieger, 354-3149.
The Tuesday morning
Tanya-Talmud class for
women taught by Rabbi
Meilech Silberberg also will
continue through the sum-
mer. The class meets 10:30
a.m. at the Chabad House in
Southfield.
Topics consist of Jewish
philosophy and Jewish law.
For information, call Rabbi
Silberberg, 626-1807.
There is no charge for
either class.

Chapters Plan
Installation

The Hanita - Israel Chapter
of Na'amat/USA will hold its
annual installation luncheon
on Tuesday at noon in
Machus Sly Fox, 725 S.
Hunter Blvd., Birmingham.
Harriet Goldman, vocalist,
accompanied by Isabel
Markowitz, pianist, will
entertain with Hebrew, Yid-
dish and popular songs.
The following officers will
be installed by Lee Wagman
for 1989-1990: President,
Bess Berris; Vice Presidents,
Margaret Huppert, Beatrice
Hearshen, Suzie Meizler,
Sonia Glaser and Lillian
Pevsner; Corresponding
Secretary, Shirley Herman;

Recording Secretary, Esther
Klein; Treasurer and Finan-
cial Secretary; Pearl
Handelman.
Belle Schwartz is chairman
of the day. Guests are
welcome. There is a charge.
For information, call Mrs.
Schwartz, 967-3891; or Mrs.
Pevsner, 557-2541.

Chapter Hosts
ADL Official

Avodah/Chai-Brandeis
Chapter will present Laura
Smith, assistant director of
the Anti-Defamation League
regional office, on Monday at
the Whitehall club house.
Guests are welcome.

Glennwood Has
New Officers

Glennwood Chapter of
Women's American ORT
recently installed its officers.
Officers installed by Linda
Katzen were: President
Elaine Heavenrich; Vice
Presidents, Harriett Hessen-
thaler, Erma Glaser, Beverly
Weinstein, Pat Kourkouliotis,
Judy Keller; Recording
Secretary, Adele Brod; Cor-
responding Secretary, Elaine
Bertman; Treasurer, Ailene
Corlin; Honor Roll, Judy
Schwartz; Parliamentarian,
Marsha Israel.

Yeshiva Ladies
Have Luncheon

Ladies of Yeshiva Beth
Yehudah will have a luncheon
meeting on Thursday at noon
at the yeshivah building.
The luncheon is sponsored
by Mrs. Ilona Greenwald and
Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph in
memory of their brother-in-
law Louis Stern. Rabbi
Shaiall Zachariash of Con-
gregation Shomrey Emunah
will be the guest speaker.
Hostesses for the luncheon
will be Mrs. Annie Barcless,
Mrs. Rosa Grunfeld, Mrs.
Edith Weiss and Mrs. Leah
Yoffe. Guests are welcome.

Emergency
Luncheon Set

The David Horodoker
Women's Organization has
made final plans for its
emergency luncheon to be
held noon Tuesday at the Lin-
coln lbwers community room.
Hostesses are Mesdames
Lillian Belkin, Bessie Chase,
Bessie Davidson, Sara
Hochman, Anna Komisar,
Anna Spielberg and Sarah
Weisse.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Komisar, 557-9425.

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