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April 04, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-04

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Friday, April 4, 1975 31

THE JEWISH NEWS

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Pioneer Women Push Israel
Vocational Training Programs



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NEW YORK — Mrs.
Charlotte Stein, national
president of Pioneer Women
in the U.S., announced the
organization will devote all-
out efforts during Interna-
tional Woman's Year to in-
sure that every wOinan in Is-
rael is trained for a vocation
that will permit her to ob-
tain gainful, productive
employment if she wishes.
Speaking concurrently in
Israel, Mrs. Tamar Eshel,
general secretary of the
Moetzet Hapoalot/Pioneer
Women, told more than 600
leaders of the women's so-
. cial service organization,
that Israeli women must be
prepared to work for their
own independence, to enh-
ance their family's living
standards and to participate
in building a viable national
• economy.
Supporting Mrs. Eshel's
• emphasis on vocational aid
to prepare and assist the
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and teenage girls, Minister
of Labor Moshe Bar-Am
stated that a special depart-
ment will be established in
the Labor Ministry to deal
with problems of women.

MISS CAROL PETOK

He noted that 34 percent
of Israel's labor force is
composed of females, and
that every effort is being
made to encourage more to
go to work, noting a
marked trend among Arab
and Druze women to learn
trades and secure employ-
ment.

Stein
Stated,
Mrs.
"During the war, we found
that women could not easily
replace men at their jobs
since they were never pro-
perly trained. Se we will
place greater stress on Pi-
oneer Women's vocational
training through its scholar-
ship programs."

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pe-
tok, - former Detroiters of
Pepper Pike, Ohio, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Carol Hope
to Harley Goldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gold-
stein of Shaker Heights,
Ohio.
Miss Petok attended the
University of Michigan,
where-she was affiliated
with Sigma Delta Tau So-
rority; American University
and Case Western Reserve
University, from which she
will graduate in December.

Her fiance attended
Washington University in
St. Louis, where he was vice
president of Sigma Alpha
• Mq Fraternity and was
graduated from Case West-
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school.
An August wedding is
planned.
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Johnny Randall as a guest
Miss Wasserman ,
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ceeds of the auction will go
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engagement of their daugh-
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An August wedding is
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