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October 14, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-14

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Women's League Season Begins

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of

Survivors Unit
to Have Meeting

Shaarit Haplaytah, Sur-
vivors of 1945, will have its
first social meeting of the
season 8:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at
the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
The film, "I Was Born in
Jerusalem," featuring
Yehoram Gaon, will be
shown. Refreshments will
be served. Admission is free.

Greater Detroit will have
its opening meeting at 12:15
p.m. Oct. 27 at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.

Dr.
Gail
Parker,
psychologist, will speak on
"Women in Transition."
Presidents of Jewish or-
ganizations will be honored.

President Marjorie Saul-
son will bring greetings
from the organization.
Program Vice President is
Adrienne Milin.
The community is in-

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vited at a charge. Dessert
and coffee will be served.
For information, call Ms.
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Milin, 626-3944.

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Sat. & Sun. 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30
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Sun. 1:00, 3:00, 7:20 & 9:30
Mon.-Thur. 7:20 & 9:30

Bonds Plans Annual Fashion Show

Models will darice down
the runway at the Israel
Bonds Brunch and Fashion
Show 10 a.m. Nov. 18 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Sponsored by the Israel
Bonds Women's Division,
the show, which features
original creations by Israeli
designers such as Beged-Or,
Gottex and Gideon Oberson,
can be attended by purchase
of a $500 Bond.
Early in its history, Is-
rael's economic planners
encouraged investment in
exportable textile and ap-
parel manufacture. Israel
created its fashion industry
with design talent and
craftsmanship that flowed
to the country with immig-
ration from over 70 lands.
Its development came with
the help of Israel Bond in-
vestment funds channeled
through Israel's develop-
ment budget.
These monies helped
the manufacturers seek
out and utilize the most
modern - advances and
techniques to keep qual-
ity high and" costs low.
The result is that Israel
reached the top ranks of
international fashion.
Further impetus to the
growth of the Israel fashion

These fashions from Israel by Gaby Model are
part of the Israel Bonds fashion show.

industry is given by the all-
Israel fashion shows which
annually travel to some 60
major cities in the United
States and Canada.
The diversity of the show
includes swimwear, active
sportswear, leathers, after-
noon wear, furs, cocktail

wear and evening wear.
Doreen Hermelin is the
Women's Division chair-
man and Linda Bloch is
Fashion Show chairman. A
Fashion Show committee is
now in formation.
For information, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.

JNF President Zwick Seeks More
Support for Pioneer Movement

Jack Zwick, presenting
Phillip Stollman, Rabbi
his annual report on Jewish
M. Robert Syme, Lee
National Fund activities
Wagman, Gail Weiner,
here, at the annual JNF
Dr. Israel Wiener and
meeting, Oct. 5, at which he
David V. Zack.
was re-elected president of
Zwick has served as pres-
the Detroit Council, issued
ident, vice president and
an appeal for increased sup-
treasurer of Young Israel in
port for the movement.
Southfield. He was an of-
Zwick pointed to the ur-
ficer and executive commit-
gent needs for land recla-
tee member of Akiva Heb-
mation, especially in the
rew Day School and is cur-
northern Israel areas which
rently chairing the scholar-
are being protected against
ship committee and is serv-
terrorist infiltrations. He
ing on the nominating
especially encouraged the
committee. He is past presi-
planting of gardens in Is-
dent of the Association of
JACK
ZWICK
rael's JNF forests and said
Hebrew Day Schools- of Gre-
tree planting remains a ton Rosenbaum, Rabbi ater Detroit.
major aspect ofJNF work on
Stanley Rosenbaum,
He is on the board of trus-
a popular scale.
Mark E. Schlussel, Mr. tees of the Jewish Federa-
Officers elected with and Mrs. Norman Shap- tion Apartments and, for
Zwick are: vice presidents, iro, Donna Sklar, Anne
several years, has been a
Franklin J. Ellias, Sheila
Silver, Betty Silverman, member of the JNF's execu-
Guyer, David B. Holtzman,
Carmi M. Slomovitz, Mr. tive committee. He is a
Shirley Kraft, Rabbi David and Mrs. Philip member of the Michigan
A. Nelson and Sherman Slomovitz,
Jerry Association of Certified
Shapiro; treasurer, Samuel Sniderman,
Judge Public Accountants and the
J. Wilson; financial secret-
Michael L. Stacey, Mr. American Institute of Cer-
ary, Harold Jaffa; and re- and Mrs. Max Stollman, tified Public Accountants.
cording secretary, Larry
Guttenberg.
The Executive and
Administrative Commit-
tee include's David M.
Baum, Morris J.
Brandwine, Myrna
Dosie, Dr. Michael
Dworkin, Bea Feigelman,
Rabbi James I. Gordon,
Judge Barry M. Grant,
Ben Harold, David B.
Hermelin, Norma T.
Hudosh, Ruben H.
Isaacs, Dr. Jay J. Kaner,
Percy Kaplan, Diane
Klein, Dr. Marvin Klein,
Dr. Sheila Lampert, Dr.
Shown at the Allied Jewish Campaign kick-off
and Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib, meeting for the Business and Professional Section of
Annette Meskin, Charles
the Jewish Welfare Federation Women's Division are,
Milan, Judith Naftaly, from left, Janice Schwartz, Ellen Labes, speakers Dr.
Pearl Nosanchuk, Evelyn Agnes Mary Mansour of the Michigan Department of
Noveck, Mr. and Mrs.
Social Services and Charles Wolfe of the Jewish Home
Julius Ring, Rabbi Mil- for Aged, Cecille Raichlen and Linda Klein.

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