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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, March 2, 1984



Vaudeville Show Presented

Women's Clubs

GREATER DETROIT
CHAPTER, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's
Committee, will meet at
10:30 a.m. Tuesday at
Kitchen Glamor at Some-
rset Mall. There will be a
cooking demonstration on
preparing appetizers. There
is 'an admission charge.

West Bloomfield School drama department will
present "A Genuine Turn-of-the-Century Vaudeville
Show" 8 p.m. Thursday and March 9 and 10 in the high
school auditorium. There is a nominal admission fee.
Rehearsing for the program are, from left: Rob
Leider, director; and Joanna Rubiner, Megan
Rubiner and Rob Nosanchuk.

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Fri., Sat. & Mon.-Thurs.
Sun. 2:45, 5:00, 7:15 & 9:30

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Reservations: 643 - 8865 Somerset Mall - Troy

DETROIT AUXIL-
IARY OF ALPHA
OMEGA will hold an open
board meeting noon Tues-
day in the home of Cheri
Victor, 274 Chestnut Cir.,
Bloomfield Hills. Luncheon
will be served. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Victor, 644-
9232.

Randy Sher: Model for Women
Seeking Success in Workplace

NEGBAH SHALOM
CHAI CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will meet
10 a.m. Wednesday in the
Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. A general meeting
will follow at noon. Ruth
Kimmel, program chair-
man, will speak on current
events in Israel. For infor-
mation, call President
Iliene Winkelman, 968-
3972.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will meet
11:30 a.m. Monday in the
Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Oak Park.
Philip Imber will present a
program. Sarah Rothstein
will sponsor the brunch.
Guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Jeanette
Serling, 968-8518.

ORT Expands
in Novi Vicinity

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AUTUMN HILLS
Women's
CHAPTER,
American ORT, will have a
meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the home of Cheryl
Bloom, 4274 Pine Ln., West
Bloomfield.Guest speaker
Jeannie Weiner of the De-
troit Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee will speak on her recent
trip to Russia, where she
met Soviet Jewish refus-
niks. Husbands and guests
are welcome. For informa-
tion, call Ms. Bloom, 682-
5355.

SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD announces
that Thursday is the dead-
line for registration for its
two new classes to be held at
the synagogue. Dr.
Jonathan Fishbane will
begin a class on "Let's
Explore Eastern European
Jewry Through Its Litera-
ture" on March 13. Rabbi
Irwin Groner, Rabbi Lee S.

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EREV CHAPTER,
Young Women of Jewish
National Fund, will have a
general meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Micki Grosqman, 28812
Rockledge, Farmington
Hills. Judy Schneider will
speak on "Stress — Can We
Talk?" For reservations,
call Pam David, 855-9331;
or Shelley Sturman, 355-
9420.
The group will have an
open board meeting 8 p.m.
March 14 in the home of
Gail Wiener, 32248

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426 S. Washington, R.O.

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EVERGREEN
GROUP, Hadassah, • will
meet 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in
the home of Marcia Kersch,
15810 Addison, Southfield.
Aileen Trix of the South-
field Public Library will re-
view "A Private View" by
Irene
Selznick;
"Heartburn" by Nora Ep-
hron and "Bronx" by Kate
Simon. For information,
call Ms. Kersch, 559-8673.

BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will have the
final program in its Lunch
and Learn series following
March 10 Shabat services in
the synagogue. Topic for the
afternoon will be "Coping
With Aging Parents." Guest
speaker will be Dr. Eva
Kahana, professor of sociol-
ogy at Wayne State Univer-
sity and the director of the
Elderly Care Research Cen-
ter at WSU. For reserva-
tions by Wednesday, call
Marion Nueman, 967-4491.

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OAK PARK NSHE1
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Reuven Meer,
15060 Burton. The Nine
Mile area group will not
meet.

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•BERKLEY THEATRE

Family Dining

Paskind and Cantor Chaim
Najman will conduct a class
on "Pathways Through the
Sabbath Service" on Thurs-
days beginning March 15.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Phyllis
Robinson, 355-0515; Mari-
lyn Rollinger, 855-1141; or
Suzanne Clark, 642-5133.

Region,
Michigan
Women's American ORT, is
expanding chapters in the
Novi area.
The organization sup-
ports a worldwide system of
vocational and technical
schools which train Jewish
youth for their future occu-
pations.
For information, call the
ORT office, 355-9151; or
Maxine Rotenberg, 559-
5846.

By HEIDI PRESS

Jewish women entering
the working world or mov-
ing their way up the so-
called corporate ladder can
take a few hints from Randy
Sher.
Mrs. Sher, founder of A
Better Way, Inc., a career
development and job place-
ment service for women, is a
successful businesswoman
— but it wasn't always that
way.
A former teacher, Mrs.
Sher said she was brought
up with the same admoni-
tion most of her co-
religionist sisters hear from
their mothers: be a teacher,
marry a doctor, have two
children and buy a house in
the suburbs.
She became a teacher,
married a doctor, had the
children and the' house,
and then the ideal life
wasn't so ideal anymore.
Divorce.
Following her own ad-
vice, "go for it," Mrs. Sher
went to employment agen-
cies where she was told she
was "horribly over-
qualified."
Frustrated, she began to
research what kind of skills
are needed by women to
succeed in the workplace. In
her efforts, she made con-
tacts with major corpora-
tions, who today are helpful
to the job placement pro-
gram in her agency.

Eventually, she started A
Better Way in order to
teach women how to stop
talking about going back to
work and actually doing
something about it.
Mrs. Sher had experi-
ence with outplacement
for major corporations
and governments, and as
a former paralegal, she
learned what she called
"proper procedures for
business." With that ex-
pertise behind her, she
helped women — most of
her clients are already
working — become more

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SHARONA
CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will hold a board
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday in
the home of Ida Moss, 23641
Cloverlawn, Oak Park.

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MACHON L'TORAH
Women's Study Group will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Sara Kahn, 24700
Sussex, Oak Park.

some of whom are the reci-
pients of Mrs. Sher's out-
placement expertise, will
have booths set up at the
Cobo Hall site. On March
15, 4,000 students from all
over the state will be
treated to their own confer-
ence, free of charge.
Sher is quick to em-
phasize that A Better Way
is not a feminist organiza-
tion. She provides career
and job information "to a
specific and well defined
market — I just market to
women."
However, she is quick to
RANDY SHER
add, that men comprise
marketable in the work- about 10 percent of the
attendees at the conference.
place.
Her biggest triumph, out- She also said that men can
side of the success of A Bet- avail themselves of the
ter Way, is the annual Silver Card, a special dis-
Strategies conference. This count card offered through
year's gathering, the third A Better Way.
The company also pub-
annual career conference
for women, will be held lishes a quarterly maga-
March 16 and 17 at Cobo zine, Strategies, which fo-
Hall. The two-day confer- cuses on working women in
ence is geared for working Michigan.
women — office workers
Sher calls the career
and volunteers — who need conference "probably
to get information quickly the biggest show in the
about what it takes to suc- Midwest," but she has
ceed in the workplace.
higher goals.
Keynote speakers at this
"I want to be the biggest
year's conference are: and most prestigious career
cosmetics executive Mary conference in the country. It
Kay Ash, syndicated car- already is." She plans to ex-
toonist Cathy Guisewite, pand to other cities, and is
actress-feminist-producer shooting to be in six other
Mario Thomas and Susan major markets in a year.
Taylor, editor-in-chief of
If she sticks with the "go
Essence magazine.
for it" advice that she im-
Workshops to be con- parts to her clients, no doubt
ducted during . the confer- she'll be in many more mar-
ence concern handling kets than six.
money, professional pres-
sures, male-female rela-
tionships at work, the single Protect Kids,
life, children, the art of Meeting Theme
negotiation, the image of
The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
women in television adver-
tising and programming, Beth Hayeled (nursery
managerial potential, fu- school and kindergarten)
ture trends in the job mar- will sponsor a program on
"Protecting Children from
ket and more.
There is a fee, and tic- Kidnapping, Abuse, Etc." at
kets are available by cal- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
ling A Better Way, 855- synagogue youth lounge.
The public is invited free of
6000.
Many big businesses ; . charge.

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