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October 16, 1992 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-16

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At Beth Achim
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The Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth Achim and
B'nai B'rith Louis Marshall-
Israel Chapter will present
the original musical comedy
Mama Loved Littman's 8:30
p.m. Oct. 24, and 1 p.m. and
4:30 p.m. Oct. 25, at Beth
Achim Synagogue.
The cast will consist of
Shirley Adels, Shirley Silver-
man, Rebecca Pearlman, San-
dy Shapiro, Fredell White-
man, Rose Michaelson,
Eileen Israel, Lil Sklar, Gere
Olivia, Sharon Silverman,
Dena Wein, Leo Oliva, Gert
Pearl, Gladys Allen, Mildred
Madven, Adele Staller,
Dorothy Chaiken, Libby Ben
Moche.
There is a charge. For
tickets and information, call
Dorothy Bodzin, 350-1292; or
Rebecca Pearlman, 544-7470.

Nurses Council
Is Chartered

The Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah Nurses
Council will hold its charter-
ing ceremony at the opening
fall meeting 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28
at Ginopolis Restaurant,
27815 Middlebelt, Farm-
ington Hills.
Evelyn Benson, advisory
board member to Hadassah's
Nurses Councils, will conduct
the chartering and will speak
on "Jewish Women in Nurs-
ing: An Historical Perspec-
tive." Ms. Benson is the assis-
tant dean of the School of Nur-
sing at LaSalle University in
Philadelphia. She is a former
public health nurse, teacher,
lecturer, and author with a
special interest in the history
of Jews in nursing.
For reservations by Oct. 23,
call Hadassah, 683-5030; or
357-2920.

Family Violence
Is Panel Topic

B'nai B'rith Women of
Metropolitan Detroit has
formed a coalition with the St.
Vincent & Sarah Fisher
Center to sponsor a corn-
munitywide event dealing
with the problems of family
violence 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at
Embassy Suites Hotel,
Southfield.
The program is titled "The
Conspiracy of Silence . . .
Changing the Patterns of
Family Violence." The event
will feature a panel moder-
ated by TV2 Eyewitness News
anchor, Sherry Margolis.

Na'amat USA, Greater
Detroit Council, will hear Dr.
Sandra Packard at its annual
donor luncheon noon, Oct. 29
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Dr. Packard is the newly ap-
pointed president of Oakland
University. She served as pro-
vost and vice chancellor for
academic affairs and pro-
fessor of curriculum and in-
struction at the University of
Tennessee. She also was ac-
tive with the Chattanooga
Jewish Federation and
chaired the education
committee.
The afternoon will include
a fashion show. The invoca-
tion will be given by Shirlee
Katzman; anthems will be led
by Elaine Kohner, accom-
panied by Florence Wedes
Citarel.
There is a minimum con-
tribution and a reservation
charge for the luncheon. For
reservations by Oct. 22, call
the Na'amat office, 967-4750.

Flint Sisterhood
Plans Weekend

The Beth Israel Sisterhood
of Flint will host a scholar-in-
residence weekend Nov. 13.
The weekend will feature
Rabbi Mayer Rabinowitz,
librarian to the Jewish
Theological Seminary. The
theme for the weekend is
"Halachah (Jewish Law) and
the Conservative Movement:
The Case of Bio-Medical
Ethics."
Services 8 p.m. Nov. 13 will
be at Congregation Beth
Israel, Flint.
The rabbi will deliver the
sermon at Shabbat services.
Rabbi Rabinowitz will also
speak following a kiddush lun-
cheon. Saturday evening, the
rabbi will speak following the
6 p.m. minyan and a 6:45 p.m.
Havdalah service.
Rabbi Rabinowitz also will
participate in the Sunday mi-
nyan and breakfast.
For information, call the
synagogue office, 732-6310.

Sisterhood Plans
Cabaret Night

Temple Beth El Sisterhood
will host "Come to the
Cabaret" 6:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at
the Temple.
The evening will include
dinner and dancing. "Cabaret
Night" is open to the public.
There is a charge.
For information, call Bar-
bara Grant, 851-1100.

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