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September 17, 1982 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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76 Friday, September 11, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Fashions to Be Highlighted Oct. 28

Bright Mediterranean
color and haute couture
have combined in a show
that will display Israeli
fashions under the auspices
of the Women's Division of
State of Israel Bonds.
Internationally - known
Israeli designers have
joined with up-and-coming
Israeli houses for the show,
to be held at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek on Oct. 28. A brunch
buffet begins the event at
10:30 a.m.; the show starts
at noon. Admission is by a
minimum $500 1982 Bond
purchase.
Linda Bloch and Linda
Goldman have accepted the

roles of fashion show co-
chairmen.
Israel created its fash-
ion industry with design
talent and craftsmanship
that flowed to the coun-
try with immigration
from 70 lands. Its de-
velopment came with the
help of Israel Bond in-
vestment funds chan-
neled through Israel's
Development Budget.
Israel Bond input is re-
flected in fashion-related
areas that range from local
production of high quality
cotton to advanced com-
puterized technology in
knitwear production.

A toast to the Jewish Community
on the Eve of Rosh Hashonah!

The C.F. Burger Creamery .;
producers of
Speas Apple Juice
in refrigerated
half-gallons
extends to everyone
best wishes for a
long life, peace,
and happiness!

As a major employer and
exporter, the fashion indus-
try enjoys Israel govern-
ment support. Its rapid de-
velopment has seen a new
generation of young de-
signers like Gideon Oberson
come to the fore.
Designs reflect the bright
colors of their Mediterra-
nean setting and the influ-
ence of Paris and Milan cou-
ture. Not surprisingly for a
country where the sun
shines more than half the
year, bathing suits are a de-
signer focus. The famous
Gottex line has been fol-
lowed in the field by half-a-
dozen other houses. Also re-
presented in the show is fine
leather apparel, another Is-
raeli tradition.
Now touring 60 cities in
the U.S. and Canada, the
show brings together a
unique sampling of Is-
raeli fashions.
On view will be swim-
wear, cottons, knits, leath-
ers and velours by Beged-
Or, Biba, Diva, Dorina of Is-
rael, Gaby Model, Gottex,
Helen Knits, Kitan Ltd.,
MIF-Glico, Niba Ltd.,
Papco, Rikma and Tadmor.
The featured designers are
Oded Gera, Leitersdorf,
Jerry Melitz, Gideon Ober-
son and Furs by Stefan
Braun.
Linda Goldman is coor-
dinator and commentator.

Nutrition, Diet
Class at Center

Grace your Yom Tov table
with the finest
fruit juice
in the land!

Certified Kosher and Pareve by the Metropolitan
Kashruth Council of Michigan: Rabbi Jack Goldman,
Administrator

The Jewish Community
Center will offer classes in
diet, nutritional informa-
tion and behavior modifica-
tion beginning 10:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch in Oak Park.
Entitled "The Right
Weigh," the classes will be
taught by Marci Coggan.
There is a fee for the
classes, and non-members
are invited. For informa-
tion, call Ms. Coggan, 681-
7839; or the Center's physi-
cal education department,
661-1000, ext. 181.

SAM & SONS FRUIT MARKET

6718 Orchard Lake Rd. 851-8020

Daily 9 A.M.-8 P.M.
Sunday 8 A.M.-6 P.M.

The Management & Staff of

THE JEWEL
BAKERY

wish all their customers

a healthy and happy

The fashion show will fea-
ture modeling by TV celeb
rities.
For reservations, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.

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A Happy and Healthy
New Year From
Alan and Harold Feldman
and the entire staff.

We Want to sincerely thank you
for your past patronage.

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