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January 13, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-13

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THAYER-COGGIN GALLERY

Genealogy
Women's Topic

The hsitory of genealogy
and research techniques will
be discussed at the next
meeting of the Business and
Professional Branch of the
National Council of Jewish
Women — Greater Detroit
Section (NCJW). Genealogist
Betty Starkman will be the
featured speaker.
The meeting will take
place at the NCJW office on
Jan. 24. The evening's ac-

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B and P Women
Meet Sunday

The Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will meet on Sunday
at noon at the Lancaster
apartments club house.
There will be a presentation
by Norman Bitner, an at-
torney and vice president of
the Michigan Region of the
Anti-Defamation League. Re-
freshments will be served.
Prospective members are in-
vited. There is a nominal
charge.

Mothers Lunch
With Daughters

Betty Starkman

tivities will begin with dinner
served at 6 p.m., followed by
a brief business session and
the presentation.
The presentation, entitled
"Routes to Roots" will pro-
vide tips on beginning
genealogical research locally,
nationally and international-
ly. Members should bring
ancestors' passports, im-
migration papers and related
documents:
There is a fee, and guests
are invited. For reservations
or information, call the
NCJW office, 258-6000. Re-
servations must be received
by Wednesday.

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find returning to the job
market a difficult transition.
Displaced homemakers who
need a boost toward entering
the job market should contact
Sherri Lumberg at JVS,
559-5000. Eligibility is based
on marital and employment
status. There are no income
guidelines.

Homemaker
Program Due

The Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice Displaced Homemaker
Program is seeking women
who need help entering the
job market after years in the
home.
JVS counselors can help
displaced 'homemakers with
assessing their interests,
values and abilities, planning
careers, developing job-
seeking skills and finding
employment opportunities.
Displaced homemakers are
women who have lost their
source of economic support
because of divorce, separa-
tion, widowhood or disability
of a spouse. After spending a
number of years in the home
caring for family members,
displaced homemakers may

The Galilee Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women presents
its annual mother-daughter
luncheon on Sunday at the
Southfield Civic Center at
11:30 a.m.
There will be entertain-
ment following lunch.
Mothers and daughters of all
ages are invited at a nominal
charge.
For reservations, call Ilene
Stone, 557-8181; or President
Elaine Meyers, 559-6819.

Oneg Shabbat
At Beth Achim

Beth Achim Sisterhood will
hold an Oneg Shabbat lunch-
eon on Jan. 21, following
Shabbat services in the
Schwartz Auditorium of the
synagogue. This luncheon
will be in honor of Women's
League Anniversary Shab-
bat. There is a charge.
Paid reservations must be
in by Tuesday. For informa-
tion or reservations, contact
President Donna Litman,
661-5432; or the synagogue
office, 352-8670.

Sisterhood Has
Dinner Theater

The sisterhood of Temple
Beth El, will present a dinner
theater, featuring a musical
revue by song stylists, Phil
Marcus Esser and Barbara
Bredius, at 6 p.m. on Sunday
at the temple in
Birmingham.
There is a charge for dinner
and entertainment.

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