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October 11, 1985 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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Blanche Pollack, left, and Rhea Appleman, representing the Jewish
Welfare Federation and League of Jewish Women's Organizations,
respectively are helping to plant the 1986 volunteer award program
for the Heart of Gold Council.

JWF Institute Day Set

"Looking Inside: Reaching Out-
side" is the theme of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's Di-
vision 38th annual Institute Day,
set for 9 a.m. October 24 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Noted author and feminist Blu
Greenberg will be keynote
speaker. She will explore the role
of Jewish values and activity as
they apply to everyday social and
political life.
In addition, the program will
feature four workshop sessions
focusing on Jewish /black con-
cerns; women's rights — the 1985
Nairobi Conference; family and
children's issues; and health care
law and medical ethics.
Leon S. Cohan, president of the
Jewish Community Council, and
Arthur L. Johnson, vice president
of community relations at Wayne
State University and a board
member of the NAACP, will offer
insight into the topic of Jewish /
black concerns.
Women's rights — the 1985
Nairobi Conference will be dis-
cussed by Edwina Davis, coor-
dinator of the Jewish Educational
Loan Service, and researcher /
sociologist Shirley Nuss. Upon
her return from Nairobi, Nuss re-
ceived the Detroit City Council's
award of recognition for her work
during the United Nations' De-
cade for Women. Both women par-
ticipated in Nairobi, along with
photographer Joan Roth, who will
present a photo display of the
1985 conference.
Family and children's issues
will be explored by three spe- _
cialists in the fields of social work,
psychotherapy and clinical psy-
chology. Sharing insight and in-
formation on current problems
and solutions will be David
Maiseloff, director of the Or-
chards Children's Services;
Elaine Zacks, supervisor of
Jewish Eamily Service; and
Penny Kennedy, a psychologist
with Triad Mental Health Serv-
ices.
Sallyanne Payton, a professor
of law at the University of Michi-

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gan, and Sonia Syme, a teacher
and chairman of education for the
sisterhood of Temple Israel, will
discuss health care law and medi-
cal ethics.
Dulcie Rosenfeld is chairman of
Institute Day. Barbara Eisenberg
and Jan Hauser are associate
chairmen; Nancy Jacobson is vice
president and Sue Marwil is ad-
viser for the event.
Reservations are limited. Call
the'Women's Division at Federa-
tion, 965-3939, for information.

Infants Service
Group Donor Set

Infants Service Group will
hold its annual fund-raising
donor luncheon at noon Oct. 23
at Knollwood Country Club.
Proceeds from the luncheon
will be used to provide furnish-
ings for infants of indigent
families in metropolitan Detroit.
Infants Service Group .also
supports Penrickton Nursery for
the Blind, which provides diag-
nosis, treatment and training for
blind children age 3-12.
For reservations and tickets,
call Arlene Miller, 855-2246;
Esta Weisberg, 352-0252; or Lor-
raine Starr, 357-5526. Only per-
sons who have made advance
reservations will be admitted to
the luncheon.

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