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September 11, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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Friday, September 11, 1981 53

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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In a salute to a profes-
sional staff member, a
committee of the Metro De-
troit State of Israel Bonds
Women's Division have
nominated Women's Di-
vision Director Lillian
Fischer to be guest of honor
at the third annual "Bond
Between Us" Luncheon.
Miss Fischer will be the
recipient of Israel's 1981
Serigraph Avard, created
by Israeli artist Raffi
Kaiser, in appreciation of
her "outstanding personal
and professional dedication
and service to the Israel
Bond Organization and the
state of Israel for the past

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three decades," it was an-
nounced by Leah Snider,
Women's Division chair-
man.
is
luncheon
The
scheduled for noon Oct. 29
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
will culminate a special two
month-long campaign for
independent Bond pur-
chases by women. The trib-
ute to Miss Fischer will
mark the first time, nation-
ally, that an Israel Bond
professional has been ac-
corded such honor while
still actively employed in
her position.

"Lillian has served Is-
rael professionally for 30
years, the entire lifetime
of the Bond Organiza-
tion, and thus shares with
Israel a most-auspicious
anniversary," declared
Mrs. Snider.

Feuerman

She is a life n.ember of the
Jewish National Fund
Women's Organization,
Hadassah, Pioneer Women
and a member of Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
For luncheon informa-
tion; call Israel Bonds,
557-2900.

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EARLY
DEADLINES

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 2. The
deadline for local news,
display advertising and
classified display is
noon Friday, Sept. 25.
The deadline for reg-
ular classified is noon
Monday, Sept. 28.
Early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 9 are:
Friday, Oct. 2, for local
news and display ad-
vertising; Monday, Oct.
5, for classified display;
and 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
6, for regular classified.

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A Happy New Year from all of
us at Manischewitz Wine Co.

As we enter the year 5742, we hope and pray for
people all over the world, a year of Sholom, peace
and tranquility, and extend our best wishes to you
and your families fora healthy and happy New Year.
Manischewit Wines are made under the care-
ful supervision of Rabbi Dr. Joseph I. Singer and
Rabbi Solomon B. Shapiro, which assures you of
the highest standards of Kashruth.

tiashruth Certificate available on request.
MAN.501EWITZ WINE CO. NEW YORIt.11.Y.11232

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Bond Luncheon Will Honor Lillian Fischer

Miss Fischer opened the
Greater Detroit Bond office
in 1951 as the youngest staff
member in the country. As-
signed the posts of office
manager and Women's Di-
vision director, she or-
ganized the first Bond func-
tion, held May 1, 1951. In
1954 she was the first
Women's Division director
to join a national Israel
Bond fact-finding mission to
Israel.

She returned to Israel in
1966. Her last professional
visit to Israel coincided with
her 25th year in the Bond
organization and Miss
Fischer was the recipient of
a special gold coin struck to •
commemorate the 25th an-
niversary of Bonds.
She was the first profes-
sional to direct a fashion
show on behalf of Bonds,
held in 1952 in the home of
Mrs. Samuel Hamburger.
She was the first in the na-
tion to present a city-wide
fashion show and the first to
introduce a children's fash-
ion show.

In 1957, Miss Fischer
transferred to California
where she was Los
Angeles Women's Di-
vision director and direc-
tor of the West Coast
Women's Division. In
1959 she joined the field
staff of the national
Women's Division.

She returned to Detroit in
1966 and was re-assigned
the post of director of the
Women's Division and es-
tablished the Medical Di-
vision.
Miss Fischer attended
Wayne State University,
the University of Detroit
and the Detroit Business
Institute.

(East of Northwestern)

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