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June 07, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-07

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Israel High Fashion o Go on Parade Wedne s - da
The finest collection of made-in-

Israel clothing ever to be shown
will be • modeled at the 1968 All-
I s r a el Fashion Show-Luncheon
noon Wednesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, "it' was announced by Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division chairman.
and 'Mrs. Louis Berry, fashion
show chairman.
Mrs. Itzhak Rabin, wife of the
Israel ambassador to the United
States, will be a special guest.
The collection includes creations
from 25 Israeli designers and
manufacturers. The array of ready-
to-wear and high fashion includes
knits • and • wools in classic suits,
mini-skirts, culottes, pants and
capes from Israel's knitwear
houses, cocktail dresses and eve-
ning ensembles from the shops of
Israel's top haute couture houses;
colorful beachwear, batiks and at-
home outfits and fur fashions.
A three-piece black broadtail and white leather suit (left),
Among the manufacturers are
with belted cape lined with leather, will share the honors with a
Tadmor, a religious kibutz-
dacron knit costume at the All-Israel Fashion Show-Luncheon
owned and operated leather and
sponsored by the Israel Bond Women's Division noon Wednesday
suede firm, which shares with
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The dacron outfit features an orange
the internationally famous Beged-
sleeveless dress with a brown mock turtle neck and brown/gold/white
Or, much of the responsibility
coat.
for the fact that Israel ranks
second only to Italy in the ex-
port of leather wear; Aled, a eludes Mesdames Samuel Ham-
family-owned knitwear firm burger and Harold M. Nosan, spe-
founded in Czechoslovakia and cial events; and the following
moved 0 Israel; Gottex, Israel's hostesses:
Mesdames Norman Adelsberg,
leading beachwear manufacturer
since it was established in 1952; Irving Arlin, Jack Berant, Lester
and Matzkin, which, along with Bernbaum, Nathan Bright, Larry
other items, manufactures rain- Chanin, Abe Cherrin, David Dom-
bey Elmer P. Ellias, Sam Fishman,
wear, mostly for export.
One of the stars of Israel's Arnold E. Frank, Joseph Frenkel.
Also Sol M. Garber, Max Glad-
fashion industry is fur. Two lead-
ing furriers are Stefan Braun, stone, David Goldberg, Jack Gos-
who held the first fur show in man, Irwin Green, Norma Hudosh,
Israel, and Eliahu Neulander, who Sam Isaacs, Louis Kazdan, Harry
Kay, Harold Kozloff, Allen H. Kraft,
does fur dresses and suits.
Harry Weinsaft will present an Jules Kraft, Rachel Kurtzman,
Israel art exhibit prior to the Norman Leemon, Peter A. Martin,
fashion show-luncheon, highlight Irwin Meckler, Michael Michlin,
of the Israel Bond Women's Divi- David Miller, Morris Miller, Man-
uel Neiman, Benjamin Nosan,
sion activities.
Henry Pariser, George C. Parzen,
A special feature will be the Paul Pensler.
prize of "The Star of Israel" orig-
Also David Pollack, Harry Port-
inal diamond creation designed and noy, Albert Posen, Albert Potiker,
presented by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harold M. Provizer, Louis Red-
Allan. Admission is by the pur- stone, Julius Ring, Felix Rosenz-
This ensemble—a cape of lilac
chase of a 1968 Israel Bond. For weig, Benjamin J. Safir, Abe suede and dress of grey leather
reservations, call Israel Bonds, DI Satovsky, Alex Schreier, Jack and lilac suede—will be among
1-5707.
Seder, Israel Serling, Jack Shenk- the highlights of the All-Israel
All ready-to-wear merchandise man, Dan Shapiro, Philip Slomo- Fashion Show-Luncheon sponsored
for the show has been supplied by vitz, Morris Starkman, Albert An- by the Israel Bond Women's Divi-
the Israel Company for Fairs and ner, Harvey L. Weisberg a n d sion noon Wednesday at Cong.
Exhibitions in cooperation with Milton Winston.
Shaarey Zedek.
the Fashion Center of the Israel
Export Institute in Tel-Aviv.
Mrs. Schaver announces the fol- Bernard Pershins Show Education Teamwork
lowing women's division officers
Their three children will be
Mrs. Pershin entered Wayne
are participating: Honorary wom-
en's division chairmen. Mesdames watching as Mr. and Mrs. Bernard State University_ as a freshman in
Philip Helfman, Joseph Katchke, Pershin of Oak Park Blvd., Oak June 1963. Her husband attended
Charles Milan and Max Stollman; Park, share commencement honors Wayne for one semester in 1948;
executive committee, Mesdames at Wayne State University this he returned in 1965 and with the
three credit hours earned 17 years
Norman Allan, Louis Berry, Mor- month.
Mr. and Mrs. Pershin married before, enrolled as a full-time
ris Brandwine, Louis M. Ellman,
Joseph Holtzman, J. Stewart in 1950 upon her graduation from student.
The Pershins will receive bach-
Linden, David Pollack, Sidney Central High School. They are the
parents of Rona, 16, Michael, 14, elor of science degrees and teach-
Schwartz and Milton Weiss.
ing certificates—hers in secondary
The fashion show committee in- and Lisa, '7.
education and his in industrial
arts.
KOSHER
In the fall, they start masters
degree work on federal govern-
ment fellowships. Mrs. Pershin
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
will specialize in reading prob-
SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY
lems at Marygrove College. Her
husband will start work toward a
lb
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28—Friday, June 7, 1968

.THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Farband-LZOFestivalouBehalf
of JNF to Feature Shifra Lerer

Latin American singer Shifra
Lerer will offer a program of
Hebrew-Yiddish music at the Yom
Ha-Atzmaut Festival of the Far-
band-Labor Zionist Order, in co-
operation with the Jewish National
Fund, 8:30 p.m. June 15 in the
Labor Zionist Institute. She will
be accompanied by Bella Goldberg,
pianist. Speaker will be Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman.
Friends of Farband-LZO and
JNF are invited. Admission is
free, and refreshments will be
served.
In honoring Israel's 20th birth-
day, all Farband-LZO branches
have resolved to plant as many
trees as possible in the new Far-
band-LZO 20th Anniversary Wood-
land in Modin, Israel, in coopera-
tion with the JNF.
* * 4'

JNF Suggests
Trees for Father

The planting of trees as a tribute
to father on Father's Day, June 16,
is again recommended by the Jew-
ish National Fund.
Appropriate certificates, bearing
the names of those honored (or
memorialized) and the names of
the donors, will be mailed to the
fathers so honored, or to the rela-
tives of those whose memories are
being eternalized through the
planting of trees.
"There could be nothing more
fitting on Father's Day, or at any
time, for that matter," said Judge
Burton R. Shifman, JNF president,
"than to plant trees in honor (or
in memory of) father, as an ever-
lasting remembrance, crystallizing
one's love and affeCtion for him.
I can think of many things to give
father on his day, but few things
are more lasting, or more sym-
bolic of life." Shifman cited the
importance of trees to Israel's
economy.
Certificates for trees planted at
$2.50 each, can now be ordered
from the Jewish National Fund
office, 399-0820, or through JNF
tree chairmen of affiliated organi-
zations. The JNF office, 22100
Greenfield, Oak Park, will be open
June 16 from 10 - a.m. to 2 p.m.
for the convenience of those who
may want to pick up a Father's
Day certificate on their way to
visit with their fathers.

Miss Lerer is the first Argen-
tine-born Yiddish actress to star
on the American stage. She was
born in Buen-os Aires, graduated
from the Spanish College,
studied Yiddish in the Boruchov
school and also attended the
Dramatic School of the world-
famous theater, "Colon." She
appeared for three years on the
Spanish stage, and then turned
to Yiddish. She plays and sings
folk-songs in Yiddish, Hebrew
and Spanish.
The Farband-LZO committee IS
composed of: Branch 79, Joseph
Katz, chairman; Aaron Kutnick,
Hyman Max and Mr. and Mrs.
H. Wiener; Branch 114, Mrs. Mov-
sas Goldoftas, chairman; Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Bick, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Blake, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Chesnick, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Freed-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gel.-
fand, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobs,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Krashin and Ben-
jamin Naimark; Branch 137, Mrs.
Harry Mondry, chairman; Isadore
Brown, Leo J. Cohen, Louis Le-
vine, Hyman Lipsitz, Nathan P.,
Rossen, Moritz Schubiner and Mr.
and Mrs. David Sislin; and Branch
593, Mrs. Gerson Berris, chairman;
Ben Harold, Harry Vorberg and
Mrs. Manny Salinger. Katz is gen-
eral chairman, and Oscar Rappa-
port, co-chairman.

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