46 Friday, September 27, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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"Looking Inside: Reaching
Outside" is the theme of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division 38th annual
Institute Day, set for 9 a.m. Oct.
24 at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Highlighting the program will
be Blu Greenberg, noted author
and feminist. She will explore
the role of Jewish values and
activity as they apply to every-
day social and political life.
Author of several books and
articles on Jewish issues and
practice, Greenberg's most re-
cent book is How to Run a Tra-
ditional Jewish Household. She
holds degrees from Yeshiva and
City Universities and has
taught at Pardes Institute in
Jerusalem. She is president of
the JWB's Jewish Book Council
of America and chairman of the
New York Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies' Commission on
The program will feature four
workshop sessions focusing on
Jewish black concerns; women's
rights- the 1985 Nairobi Con-
ference; family and children's is-
sues; and health care law and
Institute Day provides educa-
tion about issues that affect 'the
Jewish quality and content of
women's lives, and is open to all
women in the Jewish commu-
nity. Lunch is included in the
Dulcie Rosenfeld is chairman
of Institute Day. Barbara Eisen-
berg and Jan. Hauser are associ-
ate chairmen; Nancy Jacobson is
vice president and Sue Marwil
is adviser for the day.
For information and reserva-
tions, call the Women's Division
office at Federation, 965-3939.
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The Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation will
sponsor a three-part series of so-
cial awareness programs begin-
ning Oct. 14, with succeeding
programs on the first Monday in
November and December.
The "First Monday Group"
series is an opportunity to meet
with interested in issues of per-
sonal, commulity and national
concern. The focus of this series
of discussions is "Spotting Trou-
Dr. Robert G. Newby, profes-
sor of sociology at Wayne State
University, will speak on South
Africa at the first forum on Oct.
14. On Nov. 4, Richard Lobent-
hal, director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will discuss "Interna-
tional Terrorism." Rabbi Sher-
win Wine of the Birmingham
Temple will speak on "Religious
Fundamentalism" at the last
program on Dec. 2.
All forums will be held at 8:45
a.m. at the main United Hebrew
Schools. There is no charge, but
reservations are required for the
series and for individual pro-
Helen Shevin is chairman of
the Women's Division social
awareness committee; Beverly
Baker is associate chairman.
For information, call Women's
Start New Group
The Detroit affiliate of Ameri-
can Women for Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity has established a new di-
vision - B. P, and M. - Busi-
ness, professional and Maternal,
for women who cannot attend
day meetings because of the
A meeting to inaugurate the
new division - will take place at 6
p.m. Oct. 14' in the home of
Rosie Schlussel, chairman of the
No solicitations will be niade
at the by-invitation-only event.
Barbara Stollman is fhairman
of Detroit women's division of
American Women for Bar-Ilan
For information, call the Bar-
Ilan office, 398-7180.
Human Services Agency has
temporarily suspended its Dis-
count Identification Card pro-
gram for Oakland. County
seniors. An announcement will
be made when the program re-