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September 14, 1962 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-14

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Negligence of Dachau Camp Is Protested

MUNICH, (JTA) — A fresh
protest was lodged with the
Bavarian State Ministry of the
Interior alleging that the notori-
ous Dachau concentration camp,
near this city, is being neglect-
ed instead of being marked
properly as a memorial to thou-
Sands of martyrs killed there
during the Nazi regime.
The protest was filed by the
Council for Freedom and Right,
a constituent member of the
Central Association of Demo-
cratic Resistance Fighters and
Organizations of Persecutees.
According to the complaint,
Dachau should be marked prop-
erly because it was the first and
one of the worst of Nazi con-
centration camps. While _there

is a memorial at the Dachau
crematorium, the rest of the
area is neglected, according to
the protest, some of the former
Nazi death huts being used for
living quarters, while several
saloons are located on the camp

Fashion Festival to be Explained

"The House of Dior Salutes Baron Edmond de Rothschild. It

the State of Israel"—this is the
story behind the Dior-Israel fash-
ion festival champagne dinner
dance to be held at Knollwood
Country Club Sept. 26, 7 p.m.
Mrs. Morris Adler will be fash-
ion commentator.
Mrs. Henry Pariser is chairman
of the fashion festival.
Admission to this black tie
affair at $15 per couple is open

MRS. MORRIS ADLER

to 1962 purchasers of $1,000 or

more in Israel Bonds prior to
the festival.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan
presented a "Star of Israel" dia-
mond creation as a prize.
This festival is sponsored by
the Israel Bond Women's Di-
vision, whose co-chairmen are
Mrs. Joseph Katchke and Mrs.
Max Stollman. Mrs. David Pol-
lack is sponsor chairman.
Marc Bohan, Dior's celebrated
designer, designed the ensem-
bles.
The Israeli portion of the col-
lection features eight new en-
sembles created especially by Is-
rael's most celebrated couturier,
Lola Beer. Also highlighted are
special designs made of hand-
loomed fabrics by Maskit, mainly
designed by Finy Leitersdorf,
furs by the houses of Stefan
Braun and Neulander; knitwear
by Aled and Elanit, and couture
type beach ensembles by Gottex.
The Israeli fabrics being used
by Dior were designed by Maskit,
Yaglom and Isser Greenfeld and

is the seventh of the annual fash-
ion shows staged here under the
auspices of the Israel Bond drive.

Adas Shalom Israel
Bond Dinner Monday

Eugene J. Epstein will be
chairman at the Adas Shalom
"Presidential Toast to Israel"
dinner, Monday, 6:30 p.m., in
the Jewish Center.
All congregation affiliates
will be represented at the af-
fair, which is
in advance of
the High Holy
Day Israel
Bond appeals.
Adas Shalom
will be hon-
ored with a
plaque "for its-
outst anding
achievement
on behalf of
the economic
E. Epstein
development of Israel", having
been respoksible for more than
$500,000 in Israel Bond sales
during the past three years.
Norman Allan is the syna-
gogue's Israel Bond committee
chairman.
The guest speaker will be Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, interna-
tional head of the Israel Bond
Organization.
Yaffa Yarkoni, Israeli folk
singer, will be the guest star.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will de-
liver the tribute to the presi-
dents, past and present, of the
congregation. Past presidents to
be honored include Charles H.
Charlip, Nathan R. Epstein, Max
H. Goldsmith, Judge Ira G.
Kaufman, Manny Lax, Alexan-
der Moss, George Spoon and
the incumbent president, J.
Maurice Karo.
For reservations call DI.
1-5707.

19th Century Talmudist

Abraham Epstein, a 19th cen-
tury Talmudist and scholar, dis-
posed of a large business in his
native Russia which he inherit-
ed from his father, in order to
devote himself to Jewish stud-
ies. After settling in Vienna in
1876, he made notable re-
Sons.
searches in the Midrash and in
The Dior-Israel collection had
its world premiere in Paris, at French and German rabbinic
the Avenue Foch mansion of literature of the Middle Ages.

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The complaining organization
alleged the Ministry has not
carried out previous promises
to care for the area properly,
with respect for the memories
of those who died there.

Confirm Klutznick
as Delegate to UN

Mrs. Sarah Reisman is shown being "pinned" by Dr. Judd
Teller, of New York, prominent author, as a Trustee of Israel
at the annual inaugural luncheon of the Detroit Israel Bond
Women's Division, held last week at the Jewish Center. Mrs.
Reisman became a Trustee by virtue of her purchase of a
$10,000 Israel Bond. Dr. Teller spoke on "The Position of the
Jews in the Soviet Union."

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1 3 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Se ptember 14, 1962

Israel Bond Trustee is 'Pinned'

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