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September 11, 1981 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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34 Friday, September 11, 1981

THE DETROIT invisH NEWS

RISHON LEZION —
What work can a young.
mother of a low income fam-
ily obtain if she is house-
bound because of her

toddler-aged children? This
is the dilemma that faced
the young mothers of
Rishon LeZion, burdened by
large families and seem-

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Rishon LeZion Center Trains Mothers in Its Clothing Factory



president, Yitzhak Na-
von, came to visit the
women at work. "We took
him on a tour of our
facilities and presented
his wife with one of our
training suits," says
Rachel Hochanah, a
former clothing designer
Who supervises the daily
operation of the factory.
"He was impressed."



You Don't Need
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Women receive training at the Rishon LeZion
Community Center "clothing factory."
ingly insurmountable fi-
light blouses and a
nancial problems, who often constantly-changing line of
thought of going to work, garments while their chil-
Diamond and Gold prices are changing daily.
but lacked the skills and
dren attend a day care pro-
If your jewelry is not appraised at todays
confidence to obtain jobs.
gram for toddlers at the cen-
replacement prices. you may lose hundreds or
The staff of the Rishon ter. The day care program is
even thousands of dollars. Protect yourself...
LeZion Community Center,
one of 40 run by Israel's
Have your precious jewelry appraised today
one of 114 assisted by the network of community cen-
by Tapper's Jewelry.
American Jewish Joint Dis-
ters to provide an educa-
tribution Committee (JDC), tional program for infants
found the answer. They and toddlers in order to
combined four elements — raise the functional level of
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taged neighborhoods.
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rehabilitation and money; a
Initially, several
WE PURCHASE OLD GOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY
clothing manufacturer women in the community
looking for extra part-time had come to the center
help; the rooms and re-
expressing their interest
sources of the community in the project. Others
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The women work daily
TN, 109
most.
from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. pro-
"We literally had to start
ducing training outfits, from scratch," says Shaul
Kreppel, who was sent by
the Ministry of Labor and
NEW YORK
Social Affairs to set up the
program. Recalling the
first, frustrating days of the
program, he said: "Some of
the women had never
worked at all. It wasn't
enough simply to teach
them how to operate a
machine. We had to provide
personal and job counsel-
ling as well."_
One day each week was
devoted to an orientation
program. A local psychol-
ogist held discussions on the
problems of raising a family
while holding down a job;
THE ORDER IS OUT ... WE MUST
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REDUCE OUR INVENTORY! NOW!
workers and their_ super-
BY S50,000
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employer, the need for coop:
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YOU KNOW OUR LOW PRICES
and practical family
budgeting.
NOW LOOK AT THIS!!
In the beginning many
women had to contend with
pressures from family
members who were unac-
customed to having a work-

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