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April 15, 1994 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-15

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Business

Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood presents

LAS VEGAS
EXTRAVAGANZA

Saturday, April 16

Compiled by Steve Stein

FEMINIZATION of the
Workplace will be the subject of
the next dinner meeting of the
Jewish Federation Business
and Professional Women's Di-
vision.
Marcey Ellen Uday, execu-
tive vice president of Prism Per-
formance Systems and founder
of Contemporary Learning Sys-
tems, will be the featured
speaker at the 6 p.m. April 21
event at the Townsend Hotel in
Birmingham.
Ms. Uday's expertise ranges
from organizational manage-
ment consulting to interper-
sonal skills enhancement. She
has developed several programs
for major corporations.
For further information on
the dinner, call Andrea Polk at
the Business and Professional
Women's Division office at 642-
4260, ext. 206.

8 p.m.-12 midnight

• Black Jack • Dice Games • Craps •
• Roulette • Wheel of Fortune •
• 50/50 Raffle • Raffle Prizes •

• Silent Auction •

• Refreshments •

Free admission with purchase of 10 Raffle Tickets ($1.00 ea.)

Grand Prize: Trip for two to Orlando, Florida (Airfare only)
kuistIVE Trip Donated by: Hamilton, Miller, Hudson and Fayne
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CASH PAY OFF
$500 per person limit

License #: M24419

TEMPLE EMANU-EL

14450 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park
Between Coolidge and Greenfield
(off of 1-696)

Proceeds to benefit Temple Emanu-El

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April 15, 1994

Penalty for early withdrawal.

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INSURED

GERALD BRICKER, a
member of the Birmingham
Temple who specializes in job
counseling, will discuss, "Being
Secure in an Insecure Job Mar-
ket" at 8:30 p.m. April 25. -\
His talk is part of the Mon-
day Forum lecture series at the
temple. Mr. Bricker, an Ann Ar-
bor resident, is a founding mem-
ber of the temple's Gathering of
Men.

"NEW RULES" for invest-
ing in, trading with and doing
business with Mexico, and the
changes brought on by the _/
North American Free Trade
Agreement will be the subject of
a forum April 28 at the Man-
agement Education Center in
Troy.
Titled, "How To Profit From
the Mexican Marketplace: Op-
portunities & Pitfalls," the fo-
rum will be conducted by
Deloitte & Touche executives
from the firm's Michigan prac-
tice. Michigan State Univer-
sity and the Asia Pacific
Institute for Management De-
velopment are the sponsors. The
event includes continental
breakfast, lunch and two coffee
breaks. For further information,
call 1-800-356-5705.

CHARITABLE GIVING
opportunities for insurance and
finance professionals will be the
topic of a seminar presented by
the Federated Endowment
Fund of the Jewish Federation.
The seminar is slated for 8:30
a.m. May 3 at the Max M. Fish-
er Building. It is sponsored by
the fund's Insurance Advisory
Committee.
Speakers include Henry P.
Lee of Lee Gregory, James A.
Jacobs of James A. Jacobs Co.
Inc.; Thomas M. Kukes of
Northwestern Mutual Life;
Joseph C. Imberman, director
of the Federated Endowment
Fund; Jerome J. Kanter of
American Benefits Group; and
Jerald Kaufman of the Kauf-
man Insurance & Financial
Planning Group.
The State of Michigan has
been requested to count the con-
ference as two credit hours of
Continuing Professional Edu-
cation for life insurance agents.
A continental breakfast will
be served. For further informa-
tion, call the Federated En-
dowment Fund office at
6424260, ext. 206.

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
Continuum Center is offering
four business workshops this
month.
They include "Successful Job
Hunt Strategies" from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. April 16 on campus; "How
To Write A Business Plan" from
7-9:30 p.m. April 19 on campus;
"How To Work With Difficult
People" from 7-10 p.m. April 20
on campus; and "Successful Pro-
ject Management" from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. April 22 at the Hamp-
ton Inn (1-75 at University Dri-
ve exit) in Auburn Hills.
For further information, call
370-3033; outside Oakland
County, call 1-800-370-3042.

AN EMPLOYEE RIGHTS
seminar for non-lawyers will be
held from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
April 23 at the Kingsley Inn in
Bloomfield Hills.
Sponsored by the Detroit
Chapter of the National
Lawyers Guild, the seminar will
address common questions
posed by persons who believe
they're the victim of a wrongful
discharge or job discrimination.
Long-time Detroit labor
leader Douglas Fraser will be
the special speaker at a lun-
cheon. For further information,
call the Detroit Chapter of the

DR. BENJAMIN SPOCK,
the 91-year-old pediatrician, au-
thor and activist, will be the
keynote speaker at the Senior
Summit April 18 at the Radis-
son Hotel in Lansing.
In addition to the summit, 10
seniors from across Michigan
will receive Concerned Citizens
Awards from former Detroit
Tigers broadcaster Ernie Har-
well. The seniors will be honored
for their volunteer service.
For further information, call
Citizens Insurance Company of
America at 1-800-388-1300, ext.
2292 or 2290. The Howell-based

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