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May 10, 1991 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-10

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Donna Phillips

Temple Women
Install Officers

Sisterhood Sets
Meeting, Luncheon

The. Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will hold a
general meeting and petite
luncheon noon May 15 at the
synagogue. The speaker will
be Dr. Ronald Fenton, who
will speak on "Looking and
Feeling Younger?'

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2 large ripe tomatoes,

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3/4 cup chopped green
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1 /4 cup chopped fresh
cilantro
1 to 2 tablespoons
chopped, seeded, pickled
jalapeno peppers
1 -1 /2 teaspoons salt, divided
I cup HELLMANN'S®
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1 teaspoon chili powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
2 pounds small red potatoes,
cooked sliced 1 /4 inch thick
2 cups shredded cooked
chicken
1 large yellow or red bell
pepper, diced
Lettuce leaves
Tortilla chips, lime slices,
whole chili peppers and
cilantro sprigs for garnish
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Makes 6 servings.

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with tortilla chips, lime slices, whole chili peppers and cilantro sprigs.

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Donna Phillips will be in-
stalled as new president of
Temple Israel's Sisterhood at
the annual installation lun-
cheon 11:30 a.m. May 13 at
the temple. Adrienne Milin
will serve as installing officer
for Mrs. Phillips and her
board.
"A Visit to the Shtetl" will
be presented by Cantor
Harold Orbach.
The slate of officers and
board members for 1991-1992
being installed are: president,
Donna Phillips; vice presi-
dents, Janie Roth, Sherri
Tobias, Sandra Stocker and
Rhoda Paull; treasurer,
Marilyn Weisberg;
secretaries, Sheila Schiffer,
Rosalie Fox and Nancy Jonas.
Those installed for a two
year term on the board are:
Linda Cole, Susan Dubin,
Paulla Epstein, Susan Erlich,
Linda Feldman, Roberta
Feldman, Barbara Gutman,
Shirley Halprin, Judee Her-
man, Barbara Horenstein,
Vicki Ingber, Rebecca Jerris,
Bess Mann Lipson, Jac-
queline Lorfel, Elaine Mor-
ton, Ruthe Moss, Francine
Piell, Shirley Plotnik, Dore
Sallen, Barbara Scaglione,
Paula Shapiro, Annie Weiss
and Rita Weston.
Those installed for a one
year term on the board are
Barbara Ben, Josephine Col-
ton, Reka Goldstein, Helen
Levy, Anne Rose and Phyllis
Zager.
The program is sponsored
in part by the Helen S. Tobias
Memorial Fund.
There is a charge for lunch.
For reservations call the Thrn-
ple office, 661-5700.

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