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December 30, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-30

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Fashions from Israel Will Highlight
Hadassah's Annual Event Jan. 10

Israeli fashions will be, modeled at Hadassah's annual event
by members representing each of the organization's Detroit
groups. Models will include (from left), standing, Mrs. Irving
Beal, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, Mrs. Jerome Winkler, Mrs. David
Edelman; seated, Mrs. Kenneth Lastar and Mrs. Michael Travis.
* C *
J.
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah's
Radomer Aid Society • annual event highlighting Youth
Holds Annual Banquet Aliyah, Minyan Mothers and Vo-
Sol Ager has been named cational Education will feature
chairman and Ben Halpern "High F•shions from Israel" fol-
toastmaster for the Radomer lowing a complimentary luncheon
Aid Society annual banquet 7 12:15 p.m. Jan. 10 at Temple
p.m: Jan. 8 at the Rainbow Ter- Israel.
The fashions are designed by
race, announces President Sam
students of Hadasmh's Alice
Rubin.
Seligsberg Vocational High
Mickey Woolf and his orches- School.
tra will provide music for danc-
Admission to the affair, which
ing and entertainment. Proceeds also will mark the centenary of
will go to charity, according to the b . enrietta Szold, is
W. Finkelstein, vice president.
charge of th event are Mrs.
So much MORE for your MON
Jack . Perlman, ice president;
Mrs. Harold Hoff n, chairman
of the day; and
sdames Ken-
neth Last. Les
Schmier and
avi'
el .n
gowns and en-
em s
e featured fro
er person
e Selia
g School in Jerus
. to Jan. 2
111 room
em.
all dresses and eveni
TAINMENT
will be the focal point
L LOUNGE
colleCtion.
Beach, fin.
30th St. &Collins Ave., Mit.
Th
will be model
Hadassah embers, ea
resenting one. of Detroit'
Enjoy the 1961
They inclu •Mesdames
FEZ-tival of. FUN
Lloyd Adelson, -Irvin Beal, Ar-
thur Kepes, Simon
lan, Mar-
vin Leskind, Jaki Milgrom,
Irwin -Meckler, Har
Patrick,
Sc artz,
el Travis,
thal,
ome ;Wink-
vin
skind. Mrs.
e
ion commenta-
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musical score, writ-
ten •b
s. Edelman and Mrs.
Sc
, will be presented by
ames Morton Benson, Leon
ewis,_ Bertin Minty, Irving
Rosenberg, Dos • • Schiller and
the "Ha o " (aged
7-11) ncy Baker, Debbie
n, Sharon E iman,
-r • Golding, Susan • wis,
ebby Levine, Lisa L fine,
Susan Lucas, Karen Rose and
Susan Schmier. Mrs. Sain cas
will be the accompanist.
In addition, Mrs. Julia
.bias,
past Vice pr
ent wh•cently
tour •
a
will
ak on
rael."
a -Sc
, chairman
patrons fo•assah's benefit
erforma
ExodUs" on Feb.
9 at t.
cury Theater, reports
ration MD will take place
abo
ne 1.
the "Exodus"
o to ards the ex-
e of moving
dassah's op-
ations, consisting of medical
staff and equipment to the new
Hadassah-Hebrew U iversity
Medical Center i Jerusalem.)
A "dry run" dress hearsal will
be held by s
echnical and
ai, nance
onnel some
onths.
e to assure
uc s
ive, but deli-
ca • oper
s.
d Pollack, chairman
of
enefit, announces that
ations can be made - by call-
g her at UN 4-5729; Mrs. Julian
Tobias, UN 3-8682; Mrs. Schlafer,
UN 4-0541; or by mail to the
Hadassah Office.

-

Murray C. Slomovitz
Br&ia Sporn t
Appointed by Olsen
Ned
as Assistant Prosecutor
Wayne County Prosecu:_or
Samuel H. Olsen announces the
appointment of Murray C. Slom-
ovitz as assistant prosecutor
the criminal division of t
Wayne County Circuit Court.
Slomovitz, 25, son of Mr.
Mrs. Sol Slomovitz, is a 1
graduate of Wayne State U
versity Law School, where h
received his LLB degree. - He
also attended the University of
Detroit.
While attending U of D, Slom-
ovitz was instrumental in organ-
izing the Detroit Chapter of
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity. He
is a member of Tau Epsilon Rho
legal fraternity, Ivan. S. Bloch
Lodge of Bnai Brith and the
RINA SPORN
Democratic organization of the
. and Mrs. Jack Sporn of
17th Congressional District. The
court Ave., Huntingto
new assistant prosecutor is pre
oods, annou
the ngage
ently an active reservist w
of their dauah
the National Guard.
Ned
In private law practice
ce ,Mrs. H
nail
his discharge from the
y, lyn, N. . Both
Slomovitz is married to th
r- the Universit
Paula Elias. They resid
July we •
15830 Joy;

Serving as assistant gymnastics
coach at Michigan State is Mar-
hall Claus, former standout gym
former from the _University of
a.

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Mizrachi Women Take
Part in Beersheva
School Dedication

nounce
th
their son
Groundbreaking ceremonies Nei at Temple Bnai
marking the begin • • con- Sholem, Rockville Centre, Long
struction of t
va
Island, N.Y.
cational
chool for Girls
will tak
ce Jan. 12 in Israel's
gatew
ity to the Negev, it was
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letion in 19•estim.
cost $150
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The new building, a special
project marking the 35th anni-
versary of the establishment of
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America, will serve also
as a center for after-school youth
groups, and offer programs of
cultural and religious content to
the community-at-large in its
auditorium and recreation hall.
The school augments a ne
work of children's villages, s
tlement houses and vocati
high schools. presently .oper
by the Mizrachi Women's
ganization of America in e
part of Israel.

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