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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-28

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36 Friday, May 28, 1982

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In these competitive times,
do you know how to get a job now
call 855-6633
Joyce Weiss, M.A. & B.A.
(located inside Polina's, Orchard Mat)

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Ampal Re-Elects Lieberman

Morris Lieberman was
re-elected to the board of di-
rectors of Ampal, at the an-
nual meeting of the share-
holders of Ampal-American
Israel Corp.

Alex Blumenberg and
Abram Medow will con-
tinue to serve as members of
the board of directors of
Ampal's subsidiary, Ampal
Industries, Inc.

is moving
the clock back
to 1981.

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Women's Clubs

NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/ Naamat,
will hold a business meeting
noon Wednesday in the
Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. The canister drive
and June installation will
be discussed. Prospective
members and guests are
welcome. Refreshments will
be served.

EVERGREEN CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will have a garage
sale 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thurs-
day and June 4 at the home
of Sandi Weston, 29576
Brentwood, Southfield. The
chapter is in need of gently
used items. For information
or pick-up, call Ms. Weston,
559-8368; or Maxine Roten-
berg, 559-5846.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its in-
stallation of officers 8 p.m.
June 7 at the synagogue.
Tobi Fox is the installing
officer and Sharon Silver-
man, chairman. The Oak
Park Civic Chorus, under
the direction of Charles
Wiener, will perform.

Bar-Han Women to Sponsor
Social Work Field Program

* * *

Luncheon Nears
for JHA Women

Paid reservations are due
Wednesday for the Jewish
Home for Aged Auxiliary's
installation luncheon to be
held noon June 7 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Reservations should be
sent to Anna Mickel, 30330
Southfield, Apt. B70, South-
field, 48076.

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discussed.

BATYA CHAPTER,
American Mizrachi
Women, is still taking
reservations for its cocktail
party and buffet supper to
be held 7 p.m. June 6 in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Arnold
Zuroff, 31455 Franklin
Fairway, Farmington Hills.
Reuven Caspe and Marty
Liebman will entertain. For
reservations, call Nora
Lessman, 557-6225.
* * *
MASADA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. June 8 in the
home of Florence Adler,
16300 North Park Pl.,
Southfield. Mini luncheon
will be served.

Savings

Harvard Row, 11 Mile & Lahser, 354-6161
Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Thurs. till 8

GLUCK
FANNIE
American
CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will host
a luncheon noon June 7 in
the Northgate .Apts. club
house. Roselle Silberstein,
national president of
American Mizrachi
Worrien, will report on Miz-
rachi Women's projects in
Israel, including the new
WOMEN'S BICUR -Beth Hayeled-Child Haven.
CHOLEM ORGANIZA- Sisters of Zion and Baty?
TION will hold a special Chapters and Northwest ,_
meeting 'noon Tuesday in Child Rescue Women have
the home of Ada Sider, been invited. Friends also
15075 Lincoln, Oak Park. are invited. Admission is
Arrangements for the forth- free.

The Detroit chapter of underlying the helping re-
American Women for Bar- lationship between client
Ilan recently decided to and worker.
sponsor Bar-Ilan's Social
This theoretical mate-
Work Field Program. This rial finds practical appli-
was announced at the chap- cation in a field work
ter's spring meeting by program based on , ap-
Barbara Stollman, vice proaches pioneered in
president.
America.
With an enrollment of
Undergraduates spend
260 undergraduate and 100
one
full day each week at a
graduate students, an aca-
demic staff of 40 and a field social service agency; sec-
staff numbering 130, the ond and third year students
Bar-Ilan School of Social spend two or three days
Work is recognized in Israel dealing directly with clients
for extending social work in hospitals, community
practice from casework to centers, homes for the aged,
the methods of group work mental health clinics, ab-
and community organiza- sorption centers, etc. The
program culminates in ad-
tion.
classroom vanced community and
Rigorous
studies are reinforced by casework for graduate stu-
collateral courses offered in dents.
social welfare policies, For information about the
human growth and be- project, call the Bar-Ilan
havior as well as the values office, 398-7180.

Bonds to Cite Mrs. Milliken

Helen Milliken, first lady
of Michigan since 1969, will
be the recipient of the State
of Israel Bonds' Jerusalem
Lithograph Award -"in
recognition of her continued
friendship to the people of
ael," announced Leah
Snider, chairman of the De-
troit Israel Bonds Women's
Division.
The award will be pre-
sented to Mrs. Milliken at a
noon Thursday luncheon in
Lansing. Participating will
be 1982 members of the De-
troit chapter of the interna-
tional Golda Meir Club
(GMC), which each year
honors. those women who
make independent pur-
chases of Israel Bonds in

JNF Says Buy ā€¢
Trees for Father

The Jewish National
Fund suggests "Honor Dad
With a Symbol of Life ā€” a
Tree in Israel" when buying
gifts for fathers and
grandfathers on Father's
Day.
To plant trees, call the
JNF, 557-6644. The JNF
offices, 27308 Southfield,
Southfield, will be open 10
a.m.-2 p.m. on Father's Day,
June 20, to accommodate
persons wishing to buy
trees.

HELEN MILLIKEN

amounts of $5,000 or more.
Also at the luncheon,
Mrs. Milliken will present
to 1982 members GMC pins.
Hosting the day's ac-
tivities, "A Capital Day in
our Capital City to Pro-
mote Capital for Israel,"
will be Franka Char-
lupski, Ruth Friedman,
Miriam Hamburger and
Anne Parzen, who is also
chairman of the day.
Prior to the luncheon, the
GMC members, led by Phyl-
lis Newman, GMC chair-
man, will visit the Capital
as guests of State Senator
Douglas Ross, who will in-
troduce the group to the Se-
nate.

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