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October 14, 1966 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-14

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24—Friday, October 14, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Making Beautiful Music Together

Sa'ad Fashion Show

Sa'ad, aiding research in Park-
inson's Disease, will hold a fashion

Local Volunteers Will Be Honored
at Tea for Role in Waging Poverty War

Mayor Cavanagh has proclaimed
next Tuesday as Detroit-WICS Day.
At 1 p.m. that day community
leaders, employers, and represen-
tatives of city social agencies and
participating groups will honor all
WICS volunteers with a tea and
program at the Downtown YWCA.
WICS (Women in Community
Services, Inc.) was formed by
four national organizations; Na-
tional Council of Catholic Worn-
en, National Council of Jewish
Women, National Council of
Negro Women and United Church
Women, to enter into the first
contract given to volunteers by
the Office of Economic Oppor-
tunity. The volunteer assignnient
was to recruit and screen pos-
sible candidates age 16 to 21

Treat Your
Family
to a real
Italian
Mychel

for Women's Job Corps train-
ing.
Within four months after the
local office was opened, the De-
troit quota for sending girls to the
training centers was filled, Local
leaders of the project include Mes-
dames Jerome B. Grossman, De-
troit chairman; Julien Priver, co-
chairman; A. Robert Goldfarb, as-
sistant project director; and L.
Hudson Rosenthal, office manager.
In the best American tradition
these volunteers are involving
themselves directly on a person-to-
person basis in the war against
poverty. They are proving the ef-
fectiveness of the human touch in
dealing with bewildered and frus-
trated girls who need "someone
who cares."
WICS volunteers do much more
than expedite office procedure. In
an effort to help the young appli-
cants gain a foothold for the future,
courses are given in reading,
speech, cooking and grooming. City
tours are arranged to stimulate
new interests.
Now the Detroit office plans to
reach the 4,316_ local high school
girls who dropped out of school
last year. In order to add more
social services for Job Corps ap-
plicants - .and Training Center grad-
uates, as well as for girls who are
ineligible for the Job Corps, more
area women are needed as volun-
teers. For information call the
Downtown YWCA WICS Screening
Center, 962-8933.
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson is na-
tional honorary chairman of WICS
Day. Detroit honorary chairman is
Mrs. Cavanagh.

ORT Antique .Shop
Pulls Switch: Put Wares
to Use at Sherry Party

Boy-Ar-Dee
Spaghetti
Dinner

We use the Jewish word
"mychel" because we don't
know how to say "extremely
delicious dish" in Italian.
Which is exactly what you get
from this one package. Cook
spaghetti to taste. Heat and
add authentic Italian Mush-
room Sauce. Top with lots of
zippy cheese. Easy, quick.

SERVE SOME TONIGHT!

The Switching Post, ORT's an-
tique shop on Livernois near Seven
Mile, will celebrate its second
birthday with a sherry party for
volunteers and their husbands 3-5
p.m. Nov. 6 at the shop.
The table will be set with an
18th Century Sevres dessert set,
sterling candelabra and a Water-
ford crystal centerpiece, all part
of the shop's own wares.
Hostesses for the party will be
members of the steering commit-
tee, including Mesdames Sidney
Weisman, David Feerer, Ralph
Shroder, Leo Franklin, Lawrence
Levi, Henry Fechheimer, William
Fleischman, Saul Rose, Peter Alt-
man, Clement Weitzman, N. H.
Schlafer, Adolf Schloss and Miss
Julia Klein.
Contributions of merchandise by
members and the efforts of ORT's
volunteers enable Northeast Chap-
ter to assist in the the support of
ORT's (Organization for Rehabili-
tation Through Training) many
schools throughout the world.

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show 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bnai
David Synagogue. Refreshments
and prizes will be featured. For
ticket information, call Mrs. San-
ford Hirshfield, LI 2-7083, or Mrs.
Israel Leverstein, UN 1-6668.

FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestra

Di 1 -1 609

Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Socials

HA-RIVEIA ISRAELI
DANCE TROUPE

For Private Appearances Call:
JEFFREY DUNN, Manager
PHONE: LI 8-7864

Workers for the Annual Artist Concert, sponsored by the Music
Study Club, compose plans for the Nov. 27 event to be held at the
Scottish Rite Cathedral. They are (from left) Mesdames H. C.
Singer, patron chairman; Louis P. Miller, publicity; J. S. Sauls,
concert program chairman; Norman Allan, president; and Ben
Meckler, concert chairman. Soloists at the concert will be violinist
Richard Luby of Detroit and pianist Emanuel Ax of New York.

YOUR CANDID

ALBUM
FINER

WILL BE

Israel Planning Third Fashion Week

TEL AVIV—The third Israel
Fashion Week will take place from
Feb. 20-24, for international ready-
to-wear fashion buyers. A special
graphic theme has been developed
by one of Israel's leading designers
and will be used to attract world-
wide attention to the event which
will be conducted at the Tel Aviv
Hilton, Israel's newest luxury hotel
on the Mediterranean.
Chaim J. Zadok, minister of
commerce and industry, has said
that a fashion week in Israel is by
now almost a tradition and the
joint showing of Israel's top manu-
facturers is one of the most im-
portant features in the fashion in-
dustry's export program.
Nearly 70 leading firms who
create distinctive knitwear, leath-
erwear, rainwear, beachwear, chil-
dren's and infants' wear, men's
and women's clothing, fabrics and
furs as well as fashion accesso-
ries, will show their new ready-
to-wear lines at the 'Week.' Two
hundred buyers from 14 countries
attended the first ever Fashion
Week two years ago, and, follow-
ing the success of the second
`Week' in 1966 when these figures
were doubled, it is confidently
anticipated that more than 600
buyers will attend the 3rd Israel
Fashion Week. Encouraged by the
gratifying results of orders placed
last year by stores throughout the
world, leading merchandise man-
agers have indicated that a buying
trip to Israel is a 'must.'
Miss Ruth Kimmel of the Israel
Fashion Center, who will be di-
recting the third Israel fashion

Hadassah Co-Sponsors
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week, announced that fashion - ex-
ports from Israel had increased
by nearly 10% in the first six
months of 1966 as compared to the
same period in 1965. "Israel fash-
ions," she said, "have found a
permanent place in the interna-
tional fashion world."

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Mrs. George Weingarden, Ha-
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Hadassah, in cooperation with the
Jewish Center, will offer two audio-
visual Hebrew conversation courses
at the Center. The first semester
runs for 24 sessions, meeting on
11 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays
through Dec. 28. There also will
be evening sessions at 8 beginning
Tuesday.
This intensive course enables
participants to acquire a comfort-
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in a relatively short time. For in-
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