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Refreshments will be served.
To reserve, call Anne Mon-
The Sharona and Tevye Sallen
chapter of Na'amat/USA will host
a combined meeting 8 p.m. May
19 in the Crown Pointe building.
The speaker will be Mr. Raviv At the recent biennial weekend
Schwartz. He is a first year stu- for District II of the Women of Re-
dent from the Project Star Pro- form Judaism, there was a spe-
gram at U-M. He is from Israel cial installation service for the
and works as a planner and co- 1994/95 board of directors. In-
ordinator for Mission Programs coming officers include Wendy
for the United Jewish Appeal in Allenberg and Sherrie Stern as
co-presidents. Vice presidents in-
clude: Rhina Griffel, Arlene Di-
etz, Shelly Willner, Marlene
Goodman; recording secretary is
Shirley Rosenberg; treasurer is
Lucy Gersten; corresponding sec-
retary is Donna Phillips; parlia-
mentarian is Barbara Pombier.
The Greater Detroit Chapter of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee will hold its
annual spring luncheon noon
May 18 at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek. The event will honor the
university's new president, Je- Marshall-Israel Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women will hold their in-
A luncheon will be followed by stallation of officers May 19 at
"Three Men For All Seasons," a noon at Farinas Catering.
The following will be installed.
concert featuring mezzo-soprano
Bess Lipson, president; Dorothy
For reservations, call Marjory Abramson, Ruth Blumberg,
Raskin, 626-8665; or Harriet Anne Milgrom, Irene Rodman,
Lillian Sklar, vice presidents;
Miriam Radkin, Tillie Small,
Rose Michelson, Lillian Dorf,
Doris Silets, Audrey Silverman,
secretaries; Jennie Grayson, trea-
surer. Ida Nathan will be the in-
Parkwood Chapter, Women's
For information, call Jennie
American ORT will have its in- Grayson, 357-3881.
stallation of officers 11:30 a.m.
May 25 at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. There will be a luncheon.
Harriet Jacobson, past presi-
dent of the Michigan Regional
Women's American ORT, will in-
stall the following: co-presidents The Detroit Business and Pro-
Sarah Feuereisen, Margaret fessional/Pisgah Chapter of B'nai
Schwartz; vice presidents, Sylvia B'rith Women will meet May 15
Bernstein, Leah Burak, Lina at Knob-in-the-woods clubhouse
Burnstein, Lillian Goodman, at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be
Dorothy Rubin, Helen served.
The business meeting will be
Stebbins; treasurer, Nita Lich-
tenstein; secretaries, Paulette followed by a guest speaker, Dr.
Bonin, Ruth Yost; board, Ruth E. Newton Rottenberg, rheuma-
Bernstein, Susan Brand, Rose Di- tologist, whose topic will be "Oh,
amond, Ethel Goldstein, Martha My Aching Back." There is a
Avrin Hencken, Dorothy charge.
Hochman, Cele Jacobs, Jean
Klafer, Jennie Krugel, Gloria
Shook and Helen Waldbott.
Joe Sharpy will present a mu-
sical program. There is a charge.
For information, call Nita Licht-
enstein, 357-2524; or Cele Jacobs,
B & P-Pisgah
Art Talk For
The Agency for Jewish Educaton
Community Library will hold its
second "literary Journeys" dis-
cussion group May 19 from 7:30-
The Hechtman Chapter of 9 p.m. at the Agency for Jewish
Na'amat/USA will meet May Education building in Southfield.
The group will read and dis-
23 at noon in the Hechtman I din-
ing room. Sylvia Nelson, director cuss "The Rocking Horse Win-
of the Janice Charach Epstein ner," a short story by D. H.
Gallery, will speak on Jewish art. Lawrence.