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May 31, 1968 - Image 26

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26—Friday, May 31, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Countess Cardelli Cites Israel's Spirit
Music Study Club Fetes 'a Great Teacher' of Compassion, Respect for All Faiths

Violinist Mischa Mischakoff, who resigned this year as concert-
master of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, is presented with a
plaque honoring him and designating him as the donor of a Music
Study Club grant which he may award to a pupil of his choice. Mak-
ing the presentation is Mrs. J. S. Sauls, scholarship chairman of the
club, and looking on are Mrs. Mischakoff (left) and Mrs. Louis P.
Mier, club president. The plaque refers to Mischakoff as "a great
artist and a great teacher who has served as an inspiration to old and
young alike. For his sympathetic cooperation with our scholarship
program, we hereby offer him this grant to award to a pupil of his
choice, with our gratitude, our high esteem and our affection."
Mischakoff named Michele Makarski as recipient.

Israel's Top Designers Send Fashions
for Bonds Event Planned by Women

The 1968 All - Israel Fashion
Show-Luncheon, to be held by the
De troit Israel Bond Women's Di-
ion, noon June 12 at Cong.
Carey Zedek will celebrate 20
of Israel's statehood and
first anniversary of the
Six-Day War, it was announced by
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, women's
division chairman.
Mrs. Louis Berry, fashion show
chairman, said the show is com-
posed entirely of round-the-clock
designs made in Israel. It includes
haute couture ensembles and furs,
as well as manufactured ready-to-
wear fashions available in many

Pola Silverman Weds
Dr. Howard Friedman

MRS. HOWARD FRIEDMAN

Pola Ruth Silverman and Dr.
Howard Philip Friedman were
married recently at Temple Israel.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max Silverman of Ridgedale
Ave., Oak Park, and Dr. and Mrs.
David Friedman of Strathcona Dr.
The bride's princess line gown
was of silk organza appliqued with
garlands of corded Alencon lace,
pearls and tiny crystals. The
cathedral-length mantilla was bor-
dered with matching lace.
Mrs. Edward Stein, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor;
and Susan Friedman, sister of
the bridegroom, was maid of
honor.
Best man was Bernard Fried-
man, brother of the bridegroom.
Ushers were Franklin Horowitz of
Connecticut, Bruce Kaplan, Doug-
las Moss, Harold Friedman, Dr.
Dale Jacobs, Edward Stein, Mark
Silverman and Paul Press of New
York.
Following a Jamaica honeymoon,
the couple is living in Southfield.

department stores and specialty
shops. Mrs. Itzhak Rabin, wife of
Israel's chief of staff in the Six-
Day War and present ambassador
to the U.S., will be the guest at the
show.
Designers include Finy Leiters-
dorf, Gideon Oberson, Rivka Shafir,
P n i n a Shalon and Lola Beer.
Eighteen ready-to-wear firms are
represented. All their merchandise
has been supplied by the Ts.rael
company for fairs and exhibitions.
in cooperation with the Fashion
Center for Israel Export in Tel
Aviv.
The "Star of Israel" original
diamond creation has been pre-
sented as a specical prize at the
fashion show by Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Allan. Admission will be by
the purchase of an Israel Bond.
For reservations, call the bond of-
fice, DI 1-4707.
Mrs. Rabin had been identified
with Israel's defense forces even
prior to her marriage to Gen. Rabhi
in 1948, when he was 20 years old.
Before Israel became a state, she
was a member of Hagana, the Jew-
ish underground defense force
under the British Mandate, and
was on one occasion arrested by
the British for her activities. She
has played a leading role in the
Council of Working Women (Moet-
zet Hanoalot), has been active in
work on behalf of wounded service-
men and was a school teacher for
a number of years.
Mrs. Rabin was brought to Israel
from Germany by her parents in
1933. The R a bins have two
children.

Mrs. Leonard Siegal
Center Theater Head

Countess Antoinette Rinaldini- '
Cardelli, who was a guest here
last week and addressed several
Israel Bond functions, gave assur-
ances, based on many interviews
she had with Arabs in Jerusalem
and other parts of Israel, that the
reported increased antagonism is
exaggerated and that there is
greater realization among Arabs
that Israel is benefiting all ele-
ments in the land.
Countess Cardelli, who spent
four months in Israel during the
critical 1967 events and returned
to the land in April' of this year,
said that the bitterness of 1967
has mainly vanished among Arabs
because of the attitude of friend•
ship and dedication to the needs
of all elements so earnestly shown
by Israel.
"What I am especially anxious
to emphasize," the countess said,
"is my admiration for Israel's
humanitarianism and compassion
and the manner in which the
Jewish State assures freedom for
all religions. Israel helps bring
civilization to ate Middle East,
and if the propagandists in Rus-
sia, France and other countries
would stop spreading hatred
there would soon be peace in the
Middle East."
Countess Cardelli was especially
disturbed by the spread of anti-
Semitism. Her travels in many
lands, she said, showed that the
Nazi terror has not subsided, that
there is still the venom, and while
the haters of Jews call it anti-

PHOTOGRAPHY by

BERNARD H.

Zionism what they actually are
spreading is anti-Semitism.
Speaking about the Holy Places,
Countess Cardelli said she had
never seen so much respect for
holiness, regardless whose faith it
may be, as in Israel. "As a Roman
Catholic I can state with convic-
tion that I have seen only the
most earnest respect for the
churches, for all worshipers in
Israel no matter what religion they
adhered to."
The spirit she witnessed, she
said, convinced her that Israelis
are sick of war and crave for
peace.
An amateur photographer, she
takes pictures wherever she goes,
has done a lot of photographing
and hopes to carry her message of
peace in the Middle East and of
respect for Israel to many Ameri-
can communities and other lands.

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Mrs. Leonard G. Siegal was
elected president of Center Theater
of the Jewish Center at the annual
meeting. Other
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