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October 05, 1979 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, October 5, 1979

Delegates Prepare for Israel Parley of Pioneer Women

Delegates from Greater
Detroit Council, Pioneer
Women, met recently to
hear details of Pioneer
Women's 26th national bi-
ennial convention to be held
Nov. 11-21 in Jerusalem, Is-
rael.
Delegates will meet and

hear some of Israel's top
leaders, including
President Yitzhak Navon,
Shimon Peres, anwomen
members of the Knesset.
The 1,000 delegates will
gather at the Western Wall
in a "Salute to Jerusalem,"
preceding their reception by

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Mayor Teddy Kollek.
The second Golda Meir
award will be presented to a
prominent American who
has made a major contribu-
tion to relations with Israel.
The women will preview a
fashion show of original ap-
parel designed and made by
students in Pioneer
Women/Na'amat voca-
tional schools.

Scheduled are visits to
day care centers, voca-

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Television and Broadway
star Leslie Uggams will be
the recipient of Israel
Bonds' Cultural Award at
the Interfaith "Bond Be-
tween Us" Luncheon noon
Oct. 25 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The luncheon will be held
under the auspices of the
State of Israel Bonds
Women's Division of
Greater Metropolitan De-
troit. Joining Ms. Uggams
on the dais will be Leah
Snider, who will be inducted
as chairman of the Women's
Division, and Franka Char-
lupski, outgoing chairman,

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Leslie Uggams to Be Cited
at Israel Bond Luncheon'

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tional and agricultural
high schools and com-
munity centers which are
maintained by Pioneer
Women/Na'amat. The De-
troit delegation will plan
on visiting its own com-
munity center, Bet
Nehama, located in
Rishon L'Zion.
National president is
Frieda Leemon, Ruth Miller
is Detroit Council president
and Chana Michlin is tour
chairman.

Marriage Focus of Open Meeting

The Jewish Marriage Mrs. Michael Silverton.
Encounter will hold a com-
For information, call Mrs.
munity information night Viedrah, 557-6713.
8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
London, 20845 Wayland
Dr., Southfield.
The evening will be con-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
ducted by Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Viedrah and Mr. and
968-2563

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••••••••••••••••
Now we're in the Sukka! Happy days!

There's nothing like this Yom Tov we can praise!
The sweet frangrance of Haddas and Esrog,
The joyous harmonies of fall are in vogue!



One thing never out of style is

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LESLIE UGGAMS

who will be honored for her
leadership role.
Presenting the Cultural
Award to Ms: Uggams will
be Zeev Sher, Israel's direc-
tor general of the Comptrol-
lers Office and former eco-
nomic minister . to the' U.S.
and Canada.
The plaque's inscrip-
tion reads: "Leslie Ug-
gams, gifted entertainer,
whose talent has cap-
tured the hearts and
souls of people around
the world. This award is
presented in recognition
of friendship to the state
of Israel and all who st-
rive for freedom and
peace."
The "Bond Between Us"
Luncheon is part of a
nationwide effort to sell Is-
rael Bonds both for Israel
economic development
needs and for development
of the Negev desert frontier.
A luncheon committee of
more than 80 women is still
in formation. Phyllis New-
man is luncheon chairman.
For reservations, call the
Israel Bond office, 557-2900

Librarians Will
Meet at Midrasha

The Jewish Library Asso-
ciation of Metropolitan De-
troit will have its next meet-
ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Midrasha Library of the
United Hebrew Schools.
Prof. Sidney M. Bol-
kossky of the University of
Michigan history depart-
ment, will be the guest
speaker.
Prof. Bolkossky is the
author of "The Distorted
Image: German-Jewish
Perceptions of Germans
and Germany, 1918-
1935." Prof. Bolkossky
will discuss the research
which formed the basis
for his book.
is
Smith
Eleanor
president of the association.
There will be a brief busi-
ness meeting preceding
Prof Bolkossky's address.

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