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January 15, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-15

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38 Friday, January 15, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish, Catholic Women Meet Career Women Will Hear

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit and the
League of Catholic Women
of Detroit will hold their
seventh annual joint meet-
ing Feb. 11 at Temple Beth
El.
The event, which is in
honor of the 75th anniver-
sary of the League of
Catholic Women, will com-
mence at 12:15 p.m.
Guest speakers will be
Archbishop Edmund C.
Szoka of the Diocese of De-
troit, and Rabbi Marc H.
Tanenbaum, director of the
interreligious affairs de-
partment of the American
Jewish Committee. Their
topic will be, "The Next De-
cade in Catholic-Jewish Re-
lations."

Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz, senior rabbi of
Temple Beth El, will give
the invocation. The
benediction will be given
by Father Alex Brunett,
director of ecumencial
and and interreligious af-
fairs of the Archdiocese
of Detroit.
The presidents of the
League of Jewish Women
and the League of Catholic
Women are Marilyn
Schakne and Marilyn
Lundy, respectively. Vice
President of Program is
Marjorie Saulson.
The public is invited at a
nominal fee. Reservations
are not necessary. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Saul-
son, 642-7784.

Allan/Touro College Dean

"Jewish Passages" is the
topic of the next program
being presented by Career
Women of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's
Division.
Professional women are
invited to attend the dinner
meeting at 6 p.m:- Monday
in the United Hebrew

Psychology
Event Slated

Michigan Metro Chapter,
Association of Humanistic
Psychology, will meet 7:30
p.m. Sunday in the home of
Esther Pastor, 7246 St. Au-
burn, Birmingham. For de-
tails, call Mrs. Pastor, 626-
0934.

JANUARY PINK SALE

WATER
WORKS

(the uncommon
bath. shop)

Go Directly to Water Works
Collect 30-50% Savings

Towels • Bath Accessories • Stales
Shoiver Curtains • Closet Organizers

Applegate Square
Northwestern at Inkster

Phone: 357-1870
Mon.-Sat. 10-5

.

357-1056

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29901 Northwestern Hwy., Southfield

FANTASTIC DISCOVERY

SALE

30-50%

ALL MERCHANDISE

Sale hours: 9-5 Mon. thru Sat.

Sale From Jan. 16-30

DR. MINTZI SCHRAMM

Schools board room. The
program begins at 7.
Dr. Mintzi Schramm,
dean of Allan/Touro Col-
lege, will lead a discus-
sion on the various roles
played by a Jewish
woman during her
lifetime.
For information and
dinner reservations, call the
Women's Division at Feder-
ation, 965-3939.

Career Parley
Due for Women

A Career Convention for
Women will be held Feb. 12
and 13 at the Westin Hotel.
The convention will also
feature more than 50 semi-
nars, panel discussions and
clinics, concentrating on
where jobs will be in the fu-
ture, how women can im-
prove themselves in the jobs
they have currently, and
how they can develop job
hunting skills.
NBC news anchor Jessica
Savitch will keynote the
two-day convention. Other
speakers include Samuel
Irwin, president of Irwin
Industries and director of
the governor's high tech
task force; Kate Rand
Lloyd, editor of Working
Woman magazine; Jesse
. Hoskins, assistant person-
nel director for the U.S.
government's Detroit office;
Marilyn Zigarac, qualtiy
assurance manager at
Paragon Steel; Beverly
Daniels, president of Com-
modity Trading Corp.;
Stephen Davis, dean of the
engineering school at
Lawrence Institute of
Technology; and Brenda
Schneider, second vice
president of Manufacturers
National Bank.
The convention organizer
is Randy Sher, president of
A Better Way, women's
career counseling agency.
For ticket information,
contact Ms. Sher, 352-4320.

History Society
Luncheon Due

Reservations are still
being taken for the semi-
annual luncheon-meeting
of the Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan noon
Sunday at Cong. Beth
Achim.
Dr. Jehuda Reinharz, pro-
fessor of history at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, will be
the guest speaker.
For reservations and in-
formation, call Gertrude
Edgar, 354-1798; or Sarah
Rogoff, 424-8808.

Political Science Specialist
to Address SZ Sisterhood

Shaarey Zedek Sister-
hood will have its annual
paid-up membership meet-
ing, honoring new and
paid-up members, noon
Monday in the synagogue.
Doreen Bermelin is mem-
bership vice president.
Guest speaker will be
Prof. J. David Singer of the
political science depart-
ment of the University of
Michigan. He will speak on
"Does Israel Still Have a
Friend in the White
House?"
Dr. Singer was the coor-
dinator of the World Politics
program from 1969 to 1975.
He earned a BA degree at
Duke University and a PhD
degree at New York Uni-
versity.
He previously taught at
NYU, Vassar College and
Harvard University. He
also has been a visiting
professor at several

DR. J. DAVID SINGER

foreign universities.
Luncheon is free to paid-
up members. For reserva-
tion information, call
Gladys Croll, 352-1178,
weekdays.
Babysitting is available
upon request. Ellen Labes is
program vice president and
Joyce Blum, sisterhood
president.

Political Analyst Nancy Good
to Address Sisterhood Event

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
will present Nancy Good,
Middle East political

NANCY GOOD

analyst, at its general meet-
ing 8 p.m. Monday in the
synagogue.
Mrs. Good will speak on
"American Foreign Policy
in the Middle East."
Mrs. Good is a doctoral
candidate in political sci-
ence and international rela-
tions at the University of
Michigan. She is a lecturer
and writer and many of her
articles have appeared in
international publications.
Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited
free of charge.

Cruelty owes its pleas- -
ures to another's pain.

la)styn

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i/2 - OFF

FANTASTIC
WINTER
CLEARANCE!

• Girdles
• Robes
• Sleepwear • Bras

Final Sale

Hours: Daily 10 to 5:30
Thurs. 10 to 8

Applegate Square

Northwestern & Inkster Rd.

353-5522

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