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July 14, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20—Friday, July 14, 1967

Ross-Sher7cin Nuptials
ill Sheraton-Cadilha-

MRS. MANLY ROSS

Frances Sherwin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sherwin of
Greenfield Rd., Southfield, and
Manly Louis Ross, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Ross of Pinehurst Ave.,
were married at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi M. Robert
Svme and Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
The bridal gown was fashioned
of silk organza, designed along
princess lines. Re-embroidered Al-
encon lace formed a motif on the
bodice and elbow-length sleeves
and in a deep border on the skirt.
A full, chapel train fell from the
back waist. A band of matching
lace leaves, encrusted with pearls
and crystals, held her chapel length
coil of silk illusion. The bride
carried Stephanotis orchids and
roses on her bridal Bible.
Faye Sherwin of Toronto was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Paula Ellis, Mrs. Carl Fischer
and Mrs. Hyman Treitman. Sheri
Sherwin, of Flint, was flower
girl.
Leonard Fischer was best man.
Ushers were Harry Sherwin, of
Flint, brother of the bride; Jack
Faxon; and Don Freed.
After a Puerto Rico honeymoon,
the couple will live in Royal Oak.

Women Seek Toys
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Can Agree on
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Rachel Cegla graduated from the
Art Academy of Hamburg, and
came to Safed in search of her ar-
tistic identity. She expresses her
lyrical-expressionist approach most
effectively through the medium of
water colors. She has deeply re.
sponded to the appeal of Safed, a
city steeped in the mysticism of
and people
landscape, climate
originating in remote historic
period, but nevertheless forming
part of the spiritual character of
this city.
Mrs. Cegla strives to attain at-
mosphere and a diaphanous effect
from color in her painting.
Her watercolors on the subject
of New York show venturesome
transition to an entirely new scene.
This has led to increased matur-
ity reflected in the draftsmanship,
the choice of color and the techni-
que of execution.
The Ceglas have a daughter,
Michel, a Tel Aviv high school stu-
dent, and a son, Uri, an MIT gradu-
ate who is studying for his Ph.D.
at the College of the City of New
York.

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Israel's defiance of crises is es-
pecially in evidence in its art colo-
nies. As soon as the threats from
the Arab states diminished, the
artists returned to their easels, to
canvases and brushes.
Wherever one turns, there are
displays of art in Israel. There are
art centers not only in Safed which
has become famous for the many
galleries and artists' abodes, but
also in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa
and lately also in Beersheba.

"All day we played gramaphone
records in the shelter, but we
didn't cry," said a 3'2-year-old
in a border kibtuz.
Little ones—in shelters without
their parents—played with toys,
gramaphone records, tricycles and
dolls which section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
There is amazing development
had sent before the June war.
in the establishment of art gal-
From Israel a plea has been
leries in Jaffa—in a section now
sent out for more Ship-A-Box par-
being rebuilt as a most inviting
cels—a plea for educational toys
area for natives and tourists
to keep children fully occupied.
alike. Art galleries in the new
Donors are asked to send only
area are snurounded by night
those things included on the fol-
RACHEL CEGLA
clubs, shopping centers, attrac-
lowing ministry list: clay of plasti-
tive stores.
in Israel—a plant that makes soy
cine, fingerpaints, paints, paint
Among the artists who have bean oil which is widely used in
brushes, pencils, colored paper,
paper, round-edged scissors, paste, drawn attention not only in Israel Israel and much of the product is
glue, dolls (rubber or magic skin but also in other countries is exported. Mr. Cegla is a cousin of
only), toy dishes, tea sets, eating Rachel Cegla of Tel Aviv who has Mrs. Louis (Alta) Kasdan of Oak
utensils, kitchen utensils, doll beds, a studio in Safed and another one Park.
Indeed, it is in defiance of all
carriages, bathtubs, toy furniture, in Tel Aviv.
Mrs. Cegla's husband, Juda, obstacles that have beset Israel
cars, trucks, trains, wagons, wheel-
barrows, airplanes, boats, sep- heads one of the major industries that the country's cultural life is
arate large steering wheels, flues,
not permitted to suffer. Even when
drums, tambourines, triangles,
university students were called to
bells, cymbals, xylophones, pic- ORT Women Map
active army duty the studies con-
tures of flowers, birds, animals, Travel Tour Program
tinued. Theater audiences were re-
scenery, trains and airplanes
A preview of the Women's Amer- duced but the show goes on. Art ex-
(with no English text), blocks ican ORT travel program for 1967- hibitions did not draw the usual at-
(without English lettering), balls,
68 will be presented 8 p.m. Tues- tendances in recent weeks, but ar-
skipping ropes, puzzles, carpentry
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tists are active again and their
sets, constructor sets and balloons.
Henry Pariser, 1010 Ardmoor, labors are bearing fruits that are
attracting the admiration of lovers
Ship-A-Box chairman for the De- Birmingham.
troit Section of National Council
A film depicting experiences on of creative efforts.
Mrs. Cegla's works were exhib-
of Jewish Women is Mrs. Earl one of the trips will be shown and
ited in New York last week. She
Kuhlik, 4862 Maribu, Bloomfield details of the plan explained. A
had shows in Newark, N.J., her
Hills. She can be contacted at the coffee hour will follow.
works have been exhibited in
Detroit office, UN 3-5427.
If an insufficient number of Mich-
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and she
igan members register for a tour,
hopes to bring a collection of her
the space is filled by Ortists from
paintings for a show in Detroit.
another city
There will be ample opportunity
to visit ORT schools.
PHOTOGRAPHY by
For reservations, call tour chair-
BERNARD H.
man Mrs. Joseph Jacobson, 647-
1469, or the Ort office, UN 2-1811.
Assisting Mrs. Jacobson and - Mrs. I
Pariser are Mrs. Daniel Siegel,
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
president of Michigan Region Ort,
and Mrs. William Wetsman, im-
mediate past president.

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