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March 03, 1989 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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Jewish, Catholic Units
Plan Joint Meeting

Carole Kaftan, president of
the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations, and
Marilyn Lundy, president of
the League of Catholic
Women, announce their an-
nual joint meeting will be
held on Thursday at St.
Mary's College, Orchard
Lake, 12:15 p.m.
The guest speaker will be
Edward D. Barlow, Jr., whose
company provides consulting,
seminars and services to
business, health care, govern-
ment agencies, educators,
religious and community ser-
vice groups.
Barlow holds a master's
degree in management from
the University of Notre Dame
and is a faculty member at
the University of San Fran-
cisco's Graduate School of
Education.
Recently, he spoke at Stan-
ford University, to the Orlan-
do, Fla., Chamber of Com-
merce and to investment
managers of Shearson,
Lehman, Hutton in Virginia.
He is currently assisting
the Michigan Federation of
Business and Professional
Women with a year-long pro-

Edward Barlow, Jr.

ject entitled, "Workforce
2000."
Barlow will explore
economic and social changes
and how they impact on
organizations and people in
everyday life.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed. There is a nominal charge.
The public is invited.

Flint Sisterhood Plans
Art Show And Sale

The Beth Israel Sisterhood
of Flint will initiate its fund-
raising efforts for 1989 with
an art sale, "Something Old
— Something New" on March
11 and 12. The event will be
held in the synagogue social
hall, 5240 Calkins Rd., at 8
p.m. on March 11 and from
noon to 3 p.m. March 12.
The "Something Old"
aspect of the sale offers used
art from the homes of the
community. Selections will
range from custom framed
prints by Felix Fabian to
stretched fabric prints.
Custom art frames and small
sculptures will also be a part
of the selection. Donations
are still being sought.
"Something New" selec-
tions will be provided by the
Galleries of Zolton Gluck of
New York and Cape Cod.
Gluck will show a wide varie-
ty from traditional realism to
contemporary with artists
from America, Europe and
Israel. Among the artists
whose works will be shown
are: S.E. Oppenheim, Ben-
jamin Shiff, Tiber David, Jac-
ques Lalande, Lucien
Delaure, Michelle Bourlier-
Paglia, Emil Lindenfeld and
Adolf Sehring.

The public is invited. There
is no admission charge, and
refreshments will be served.
For information, call Con-
gregation Beth Israel,
732-6310.

Donor Day
Event Nears

Tickets are still available to
the 43rd annual Donor Day of
the Women of Maimonides
Medical Society.
Nutrition writer Jane
Brody will speak on March 14
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Boutiques open at 10 a.m.
and lunch will be served at
noon. For reservations, call
Patti Phillips, 626-4782.

Hebrew Yiddish
Classes Due

Rabbi Sherman Kirshner of
Congregation B'nai Israel of
West Bloomfield will again
teach Hebrew and Yiddish
classes for Hadassah.
The Hebrew class will begin
on Thursday at 10 a.m. and
will continue for at least five
sessions. The conversational
Yiddish class will begin

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