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December 09, 1960 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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Israel Fashion Show
to Aid Bond Drive
Is Set for Dec. 17

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LOLA BEER. Israeli fashion
expert, will display • this two-
piece gold brocade strapless
evening gown, with white
satin coat lined in gold
brocade. It will be one of the
gowns to be shown at the
Fashion show Dec. 17.
* * *
The USA-Israel Fashion Fes-
tival here on Dec. 17 will stress
elegance and will show that
Israel is making its mark in
the fashion world.
The fashion festival will be
held in the Latin Quarter and
will include a champagne hour,
at which Israeli champagne will
be served, starting at 8 p.m. on
Dec. 17, and Hanukah dance
with music by Panchito.
Claire Pearone will be the
fashion coordinator.
The display will feature origi-
nal designs made from Israeli-
produced fabrics by American
and Israeli designers.
The costumes of Israeli fa-
brics to be shown here were
designed by the famed Ameri-
can houses of Ceil Chapman,
Harry Frechtel, Vera Maxwell,
Mollie Parnis, Pattulo-Jo Cope-
land, Maurice Rentner, Scaasi,
Adele Simpson, Pauline Trigere
and Hannah Troy.
Among the highlights of the
fashiOn festival will be new
couturier collections by Israel's
renowned designers, Lola. Beer,
Finy Leitersdorf and Lilly
Schleifer, with a premiere
showing of furs by Stefan Braun
of Tel Aviv, handloomed origi-
nals by Maskit, knitwear by
Aled and rainwear by Matzkin.
These original creations were
premiered in Jerusalem, New
York and Miami Beach and
feature d in Mademoiselle
Magazine.
Besides a guest appearance
by actress Sylvia Sidney, the
show will also feature Robert
Lurie, who will do a dramatic
presentation entitled "The
Bridge of Lights," symbolizing
the bridge of friendship be-
tween the United States and
ISrael.
The show is being sponsored
by the Women's Division State
of Israel Bonds. Dress is op-
tional. Admission is open to
all 1960 Israel Bond purchasers.

Anna Werbe Galleries
Holds Holiday Sale

The 12th annual Christmas
exhibition and sale of oils,
watercolors, and graphics of
contemporary artists from Mi-
chigan, Chicago and New York
at special Christmas gift prices
will be held 3-8 p.m. Sunday at
Anna L. Werbe Galleries, 19458
Livernois:

Exhibiting artists include: Aaron
Bohrod, Abbo Ostrowsky, Harold
Cohn, Pat Collins, Jon Corbino, Jean
deBotton, Francis DeErderly, Ted.
Frano, David Fredenthal, Eve Gar-
rison, Max Gerger, Ruth Gikow,
Margerie Hecht, Philip Kellogg, Jon-
ah Kinigstein, Matthew Lasinski,
Hughie Lee-Smith, Leon Makielski,
Fletcher Martin, E. Matta, Louis J.
Nobili, Paul Peters, Pablo Picasso,
S.
SarkisSarkisian, _William
, Frederick Simper, Walter
Schwartz
Speck, Helen Swan, Mildred Wil-
liams and Anthony Vlahantones.

Rabbi Adler Gives
Final U-M
Lecture Wednesday

Rabbi Morris Adler will de-
liver the final lecture in the
current series sponsored by the
University of Michigan Hillel
Foundation under the title "A
Look at the Jewish Community
in America," next Wednesday
evening.
speaking on gie topic "The
Outlook for the Future," Rabbi
Adler's lecture will be held in
the Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel of
the Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill
St., Ann Arbor. It is open to
University of Michigan students
and to residents of Ann Arbor,
Detroit and other communities.
Previous to Rabbi Adler's lec-
ture, Dr. Frederick Wyatt will
be discussing "The Role of the
Jew on the Intellectual Scene."
Others who addressed this
year's Hillel lecture series in-
cluded Dr. Joseph S. Adelson,
Dr. S. Joseph Fauman and Dr.
Philip E. Converse.

I

Women's eluhs

(More Clubs, Page 27)
CITY OF HOPE CANC
,FIGHTERS will hold a
at
meeting 12:30 p.m. Mon
enry
the Holiday Manor. Mrs.
Rosen, junior membershi chair-
or a
man, is completing plan
Hanukah candle - lighting
mony and the pinning of ne
junior life members at the regu-
lar Dec. 19 meeting. Hostesses
for the afternoon will be Mes-
dames Aaron Hyman, Joseph
Jackson, Allan Kaplan, William
Katz, Harry Kosins and Theodore
Krass.
* * *
EVERGREEN JEWISH CON-
GREGATION SISTERHOOD
will hold an oneg shabbat
meeting 1 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Harry Shiovi
20285 Westmoreland. The
a-
ject for discussion will be
mous Jewish 'Women."
* *
JEWISH HOUSE OF HEL-
TER LADIES AUXI
RY
will meet noon Wednesda
d
every second Wednesday of
month at the. Jewish Center,
announces President Mrs. Mor-
ris Dorn. A luncheon will be
served.
* * *
. LOUISE WISE CHAPTER,
American Jewili Congress, will
hold a board meeting 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Arlene Greenberg, 19491
Monte Vista. The next regular
meeting will be held Dec. 21
at the Raven Gallery. Steven
Davis, artist, will speak on "A
Session in the Arts."
* * *
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will give
a lIanukah party 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the Hayim Greenberg
Center. Games and prizes will
be featured. For information,
call UN 1-1659.
* * *
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
hold a board meeting 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Bernard Sumner, 23890
Condon, Oak Park.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION MI
RACHI will give its ann
Hanukah party Dec. 21 at
day Manor, announces Presi nt
Mrs. Rose Goldberg. In c
ge
of the event are Mrs. M ie
Finkelstein and Mrs. Est
Sax, co-chairmen. Luncheo
and games will be featured. For
information, call Mrs. Finkel-
stein, UN 4-3895.
* * *
OAKLAND HILLS CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
will hold its New Year's Eve
B 11 9 p.m. Dec. 31 at Holiday
Manor. Featured will be a com-
plete dinner, a sweet . table,
music by the Four Counts and
favors. For information and
reservations, call Mrs. Lester
Weiner, LI 4-4939.

Slatkin-Holinstat
Rites Solemnized

ge Dedicates Hall
for Probate Judge Ira G. Kaufman

The fifth and final account of
the trustees of the Estat
was
Ermelinda D. D'Ago
by Pro-
allowed a
bate J
' aufman this
ay for the open-
wee
f
for homeless or-
ans
village of Tufo,
taly.
Mrs. D'Aa•
o die• i
Detroit in d for
establishmen
ha
in her nat•
ou
will.
Built
ision of
, the total cost
o e • uilding se
$120,000.
c
ma
aining r

acity of 40 persons. The
n Fathers will staff
the home.
In tribu
to the efforts of
Wayne Co ty Probate Court, a
plaque ha been placed in the
calling it "The Ira
dini h
n Dining Hall." •
G au

J. CLARKE

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In a candlelight cerem
Dec. 4 at the Sheraton-
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stat, daughter of Mr. a
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came the bride of North
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an ivory de
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Howard Pas an. S
the bridegroom,
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was junior Sher.
ollowing dinner and d. •
a
left for Puerto Rico and New
York. 'Upon their return, they
will make their home in Lan-
sing.

Detroit's Young Israel
Young Adults Adopt
Constitution as Guide

The Young Israel Y o u n g
Adults of Metropolitan Detroit
have adopted a constitution
which will be used as a guide
for all social and educational
meetings during the coming
year.
The young adults will meet
every two weeks. Meetings will
be held once a m o n t h,
socials once a month. ,T •
etings.
be guest speakers
, youth di-
Marshall Gol
oup's adviser.
rector, is t
on committee is
The cons
Golda Klain, Irwin
made
elvin Katz and Maxine
Cohe
Ba
OW.
be eligible • r e You
e
st
ael Adults, a can
•e a high school brad t or
ion
18 or older. For in
1 call
Maxine Bakuno
8-
The next mee g will be
held 7 p.m. Sunday at her home,
23120 Avon, Oak Park. Election
of a social director and vario
her officers will b
ved.

Detroit Link Session
Set on Hanukah Theme

Detroit Link, Order of the
Golden Ch ain, will hold its
monthly meeting 8 p.m. Mon-
day at Jericho Temple, 18495
Wyoming. A Hanukah la t k e
party and grab bag will follow
the s h or t business meeting.
Master Masons are invited to
attend.

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