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April 15, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-15

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46 Friday, April 15, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWF Women Schedule Events

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The way in which Jewish
families today can enhance
the quality of Jewish life for
future generations will be
part of a discussion on
Jewish genealogy at next
Thursday's Spring Forum,
sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division at the
Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield.
Beginning at 9:15 a.m.,
the program will feature
Arthur Kurzweil, author of
"From Generation to Gen-
eration — How to Trace
Your Jewish Genealogy and
Personal History." He will
discuss the many sources he
has uncovered for tracing
family roots and will take a
look at how the values and
roles of today's Jewish par-
ents will affect families of
the future.
Advance registration is
required for the event which
includes lunch. Child care is
available.

Shown at the meeting planning the May 12
Women's Division annual meeting and installation at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek are, standing from left, Edith
Wasserman, Sue Marwil, Harriet Dunsky, Norma
Zager and Rose Kaye and, seated from left, Renee
Mahler, Donna Slatkin, Dulcie Rosenfeld and Edith
Resnick.

discuss their career experi-
ences at the season's final
Career Women program,
sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division on April
* * *
24 at United Hebrew
Schools
Career Women
Beginning with 10:30
Panel April 24
a.m. brunch, the "Profiles in
A panel of professional Careers" program will close
and businesswomen will out the group's series of lec-
tures on topics of Jewish
and general interest. The
Career Women section
brings together those work-
ing women who wish to play
an active role in the di-
vision's educational, fund-
raising and social activities.
Among those par-
ticipating in the April 24
panel will be Dr. Susan
Carron, a pedodontist,
assistant professor and
treasurer of Alpha
Omega dental fraternity;
Barbara Keidan, an artist
whose works have been
exhibited throughout
this country and Canada;
Cecille Raichlen, a retail
business co-owner and
former psychology pro-
fessor; and Janice
Shatzman, a certified
public accountant and
partner in a Detroit ac-
counting firm.
Program coordinators are
Karen Keidan, a member of
the Career Women steering
committee, and Renee
Wohl, director of
Midrasha-College of Jewish
Studies.
In discussing their career
choices, the speakers will
touch on career options and
changes. There will also be
an audience question-and-

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A limited number of tic-
kets are still available for
Adat Shalom Sisterhood's
Spring Donor Day slated to
take place 10 a.m. Monday
at the synagogue, an-

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(Oak Park Plaza)

Board Retreat
at Butzel Center

Leaders of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Wo-
men's Division will partici-
pate in a board retreat
May 4-5 at Butzel Confer-
ence Center in Ortonville.
Open to division board
members, as well as Cam-
paign and education leader-
ship, the two-day event will
feature intensive study ses-
sions. The emphasis will be
on education, friendship
and fun, according to re-
treat chairman Susie Cit-
rin. Bobbie Stone is associ-
ate chairman and Leah
Snider is adviser.
Two speakers will present
an in-depth look at the
Jewish Agency for Israel,
including its development,
reconstitution and relation-
ship with the American
Jewish community. Fea-
tured will be Michael Re-
iner, an historian who
served as Federation's
scholar-in-residence last
year and currently heads
the United Jewish Appeal's
Young Leadership Cabinet;
and Charlotte Jacobson,
chairman of the American
Section of the World Zionist
Organization and president
of the Jewish National
Fund in America.
* * *
For reservations or in-
formation on these events,
call Bertha Chomsky at the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939.

Adat Shalom Women to Have
Spring Donor Day Monday

Specials Good April 15 thru April 18

OPEN YEAR
ROUND

answer period. Reserva-
tions are required, and
there is a charge.
* * *

JUST NORTH OF 9 MILE

546-5598

TERRAN LEEMIS

nounces Terran Leemis,
Donor Day chairman. .
The day will begin with
continental breakfast and
boutique shopping. Lunch-
eon will be served at noon,
followed by a musical pro-
gram featuring violinist
Misha Rachlevsky, violinist
Linda Snedden-Smith, vio-
list Hart Holliman and cel-
list Betty Musser.
Babysitting service will
be by reservation only. Sis-
terhood President Betsy
Winkelman invites the
community.
For information and
reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

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