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February 24, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-24

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Women Mobilize for Torch Drive

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Indeed, "It's a Woman's World" when it comes to volunteer
service to their community, agree Mrs. Sam Tack, 18220 Lauder
(left) and Mrs. William Belinsky, 21911 Cloverlawn, Oak Park.
Mrs. Tack, as a representative of Detroit Chapter of Bnai Brith,
and Mrs. Belinsky, representing the League of Jewish Women,
attended a United Foundation Recruitment Committee meeting
in the J. L. Hudson auditorium. Members of the committee, com-
posed of representatives from church, fraternal, civic and social
organizations across the tri-county area, will recruit 40,000
women to conduct the 1961 Torch Drive.

Leilersdorf's Fashions Among
Israel's Wonders at Francitex Co.

By CARMI M. SLOMOVITZ
TEL AVIV, Israel—Clothing
especially designed and mand-
factured in Israel for teen-agers
will soon be available in the
United States.
This was the assurance given
by Ben Musog, president of
Francitex Co., at an impressive
fashion show at which the an-
nouncement was made that Fini
Leilersdorf, famous fashion de-
signer, has been employed by
the firm to design new clothing.
Pinhas Sapir, the Minister of
Commerce and Industry, at-
tended the fashion show at
which Israeli newspaper and
foi:eign correspond_ents w e r e
present.
A new summer line of cloth-
ing Was shown for the first time.
The new .creations are made of
transparent fiber which resists
water without being especially
treated for waterprobfing. It is
revolutionary in the cotton field,
feels like pure silk and will
not stain.
From the planting of the fiber
to completion as wearable gar-
ments, the products are made
entirely in Israel. Of many pat-
terns and colors, they are made
into mostly sports and beach-
wear—bathing suits, cabana out-
fits and spring coats, and some

breath-taking whit e evening
gowns of floor length.
Leilersdorf's magic is added
to the creations. Some of them
are called Sweet Peas, Sputnik,
Extravagance, Boker and Cae-
saria.
The company plans exports to
the United States, Canada,
South Africa, Australia, France
and other countries -- in addi-
tion to the Israel sales.
Imagine: a fashion show of
the highest caliber in a coun-
try less than Bar Mitzvah in age
and still on the defensive! That's
one of the wonders we find in
Israel.

Levitt-AS-Chubbier
Engagement Told

Hamentashen Players
Perform at Student
Zionist Purim Carnival

A Purim Carnival, starring
the Hamentashen Players in a
musical rendition of the Megil-
. lah, called "Haman, the Would-
Be Killer," will be presented
by the Student Zionist Organiza-
tion 8 p.m. Saturday at Hillel
House of Wayne State Univer-
sity, 4841 Second.
Other highlights of the event
will be a Shushan-style auction
sale and social dancing. Refresh-
ments, including hamentashen,
will be served, and prizes will
be awarded. All young adults
are invited.

8n,gagements

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Cohn,
17609 Oak Drive, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Merna Fay, to Joseph Harris
Guttentag, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Guttentag, . 19141 Ap-
poline. An August • wedding is
planned. Miss Cohn attended
Wellesley College and is pre-
sently a student at Wayne State
University.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and
Harvard Law School where he
was an editor of the Harvard
Law Review.

MISS SONDRA LEVITT

Mr. and Mrs. Al Levitt of W.
Outer Dr. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sondra
Lee, to Jared M. Schubiner,
son of Mrs. Irwin Schubiner
and the late Mr. Irwin Schu-
biner.

By SUSAN KOBEL
Today, Mu/Ilford takes on an
international atmos p h e r e as
American Field - Service ex-
change students from
politan Detroit visit
school
as guests of AFS
Mum-
ford. The st
arrive last
night an
attended a
et-
acquaint
party at the h. e
of Pa
Danto. This mornin
they
M
d ill a
in
12:
a
1 u
honor
be
ser
sch
'brary.
Oth
oit
con
Englan •
Norwa. . Th
events
erid tonight on a
high n
with a "
t
arlo"
party • variety o
igh
ligh the
e '
.p
nti
so
and da
• • the
tr
represe
. veral
chair
for
estivi-
are
ndy
eiss and
Vi
itz.
Bi b
or ski enthusiasts
in th
etroit
ea i t t the
M
d Host g Cl
m-
ber
the Am
tel
ociation,
p sori
sprint acation ski trip t
in th Stowe, Ver
Total
t of
starts Ma
ends April
9, is $1
ents from all
over D
it are invited to join .
the
oup and ski to their
he
' content for 10 days.
t a recen Cur ent
ub meetin
emester w
n. -Re-
elected for
pr dency
Fran Fru
Alan Sc
was elected vice Ares'
, and,
om Wolfe, seer
easurer.
lthough
er vacation
long way off for
most people, one Mumford
student is counting the days.
She is Helen Kamins
selected from s
um-
fordites as a
for the
American F'
•rvice Summer
Abroad P , . m. She will live
with a
nnly somewhere in
Europe Asia, Latin Ameri .,
Austr
, or New Zealand T
five s i-finalists ere
tekar Ann M u
n
Meli n, Sim Sh
St• e
Swee
Th
Northwe
apter of
AFS
sponso g a thea
party
"The Sound of
March at the Rivier
ceeds
to spon fo •• exchange
students, to p ornate world un-
derstanding. At Mumford, tickets
may be purchased from any AFS
Club member.
Mumford Cagers ended a dis-
mal home season with a 55-40
loss to Southeastern last Friday..

Detroit Section, NCJW, Presents
Town Hall Book Review Series

The Detroit Section National
Council of Jewish Women will
hold a dessert luncheon 12:30
p.m. Monclgy at Temple Israel.
Mrs. James Van Vliet, presi-
dent, announces that the high-
light of the afternoon's pro-
gram will be
a book review
of the current
best - seller,
"The Last of
the Just," by
Mrs. Morris
Adler.
The Golden
Mrs. Adler Age Choral
Group, made up of senior citi-
zens from the Council's Older
Adult Lounge, will entertain
with .a variety. of musical rendi-

tions.
National Coun
of Jewish
Women's Town all Series at
12:30 p.m. Ma
15 will pre-
sent a folio
p to the book
review at t
home of Mr
Samuel Gre
erg, 1 731 H
ton Road.
Russell
cLauc i
ed
dramatist a
critic
drama crit
of
Detroit
News, will
ak
The Je
as the Christ
Sees Him
Drama, Literat
and
tainment."
Mrs. Joseph Klein and Mrs.
Donald Carn are program chair-
men with Mrs. Samuel Willis
serving as hospitality chairman.
Council members and their
friends are invited to attend.

Center Opens Ca mp

Applications for the Jewish
Center summer day camp are
now available for Center me
bers. Applications for non-m
bers will be 'available May 1
Day camp, to be held th' ear
at the Ten-Mile branch, 1 0 W.
Ten Mile, Oak Park, wil eature
camping, • farming, w.. with
farm animals, overnig trips to
Camp Tamarack, cams es and
cookouts, swimming,
thletics,
dramatics, arts and
fts, and
nature lore.
The Center will al• offer
three other programs for
bers this summer. Funtime (ages
) will feature swimming,
ts, crafts, creative dramatics,
oup projects. Summerland
7-10) will feature team

Sp

, explorer activities, trips
'
swimming. Summer dven-
ure
s 10-12) wi
eature
trips,
and
athieti
Day
other
three
gram
tion,
sion,

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