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September 21, 1984 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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Educational programs for personal and family enrichment
presented by mental health experts

Tuesday, October 2, 1984

Mothers and Daughters.
Enriching your relationships. June Smitt, M.A.

Continued from preceding page

maroon, the other in gold, both
by Helen Knits. Rimka chose
grey and black wool skirts
with draped coats, accented
with sweaters and boots in an-
ticipation of the cold winter
weather. .
Purples dominated the
Maskit harem-styled cocktail
ensembles, while Jones fo-
cused on greys. Gera displayed
black evening gowns and
pants and jacket ensembles,
highlighted by stark slashes of
rainbow stripes.
Muted yellows highlighted
the flounced evening dresses,
and Boker's green metallic
floor-length evening dress was
an eye-opener.
Black predominated in the
evening collections, especially
in Boker's bare-shouldered
jumpsuit and dress with
draped shoulders. Gottex of-
fered a long black sequined
gown that sparkled through-
out the brightly lit social hall.
Highlighted with the
sounds of Israeli melodies, jazz
strains of Chuck Mangione
and music of Lionel Richie, the
show also provided winter
fashions from the U.S. design
firms of Perry Ellis, Anne
Klein, Calvin Klein and Ralph
Lauren. Skirts and sweaters

Tuesday, October 9, 1984

Child Management Tech-
niques. Creating discipline strategies for children and ado-
lescents. Joseph Damiani, A. C. S.W. and Gary Bernstein,

for women and casual clothes
for men spotlighted the
American designers. Evening
clothes for men and women
closed the show.

According to Israel Bonds,
the Israel fashion industry is a
major revenue producer for
the Jewish state. Israel's fash-
ion industry gets a major boost
from Israel Bonds which are
channeled through Israel's
Development Budget.
The show was staged and
produced by Northland Cen-
ter, whose Scott Gregory, Can-
tos, Anton's, Van Dyke, Wild
Paid and J.L. Hudson's stores
provided fashions of American

Bonnie Suder choreog-
raphed the show, while Shar-
ron Kozma provided the corn-
mentary. Models appeared
courtesy of Northland Center.
The afternoon began with a
welcome by Dr. Susan Harold,
chairman of the day; an in-
vocation and Hamotzi by
Shaarey Zedek's new Associ-
ate Rabbi Kenneth L. Cohen;
and greetings by women's di-
vision chairman Doreen
Hermelin and D. Dan Kahn,
Detroit general chairman of
Israel Bonds.


Rabin takes over defense reins

Tuesday, October 16, 1984

Emotional Control. Re-
ducing stress and conflict. Ron Fenton, Ph.D. and Jeffrey
Kottler, Ph.D.

Tuesday, October 23, 1984

Premenstrual Syn-
drome. Recognizing and dealing with PMS symptoms. Kim
Haveraneck, M.A.

Tuesday, October 30, 1984

Live Transitions. Coping
with change in adult life. Robert Brown, Ph.D.

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Yitzhak Rabin

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Incoming De-
fense Minister Yitzhak Rabin
took over from the outgoing
minister, Moshe Arens, with the
traditional welcome of a fanfare
and army honor guard as Rabin
entered the Defense Ministry-
army general headquarters com-
pound in Tel Aviv on Friday.
After being greeted by the chief
of staff, Lt. Gen. Moshe Levy, and
the Ministry Director General,
Mendi Meron, Rabin, who was ac-
companied by his wife Leah,
joined Arens in the ministerial
office for the formal takeover
Rabin had warm words of praise

Moshe Arens

for Arens who, he said, had taken
over the ministry in a difficult
period — the war in Lebanon.
Rabin said that every effort
should be made to ensure the re-
•turn home of Israeli prisoners of
war and the IDF would also be
brought back as soon as that was
possible with the continued secu-
rity of Israel's northern settle-
ments and towns.
Rabin noted that 17 years had
passed since he had been directly
involved in the defense estab-
lishment, when he ended his term
as chief of staff and became Is-
rael's Ambassador to Washing-

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