THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Mrs. Hamburge r Heads Fashio n Festival Plans
24—Friday, May 15, 1970
Nev.. paintings by WILLIAM
SCHWEDLER and recent sculp-
ture by MARILYN LERNER will
be shown at the Gertrude Kasle
Gallery, May 23 to June 18.
Merry Melody Nursery
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Mrs. Samuel Hamburger is
chairman of the 1970 Israel Fash
ion Festival, it was announced by
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Detroit
Israel Bond Women's Division
chairman. This year's fashion
show-luncheon will be held June 1
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Active in the Israel Bond Cam-
paign for many years, Mrs. Ham-
burger hosted the first Israel Bond
fashion show held in the United
States and recently headed the
1970 sponsor re-enrollment lunch-
eon. Mrs. Hamburger has visited
Israel several times and is active
in all causes on behalf of the
Israel's top designers will be
represented in this display of haute
music. Admission is based on the
purchase of $250 or more in State
of Israel Bonds. For reservations,
call Bonds, 352-6770.
"The Star of Israel" original
diamond creation, presented by
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allen, will
be presented at the Festival.
Since Israel has become inter-
nationally established as an im-
portant fashion center, the sale
of Israeli ready-to-wear mer-
chandise has greatly increased
each year, and 10 outstanding
ready-to-wear firms are, there-
fore, also represented in the
1070 Israel Bond show.
Israeli cellist Menahem Meir,
son of Israel Prime Minister Golda
Meir, will give a recital at the
Israel Bond sponsor luncheon host-
ed by Mrs. Maxwell Jospey, at her
home, 27887 Fairway Hills, Frank-
lin, noon Thursday.
Meir has appeared in concerts
on three continents, including per-
formances in New York's Carnegie
Hall and Tel Aviv's Mann Audi-
torium,, and with leading sympho-
nies in Europe and the United
States. A Jerusalem native, he
is a teacher of music at the Israel
Academy and Conservatory in Tel
Aviv. He is a graduate of the Man-
hattan School of4dusic. Meir fought
in the Israel War of Liberation
and was in the famous Golini Bri-
gade which established Israel's
control over the Galilee.
The sponsor luncheon is in ad-
vance of the Israel Fashion Festi-
val, to be held June 1 at Cong.
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liana ICralova, artist-designer
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the world, has joined the haute
couture designers of the Israel
fashion scene. The merger of
this Leitersdorf-design and Kra-
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resulted in the mutual offering
of what they hope will become a
"traditional" made-in-Israel wed-
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the 1970 All-Israel Bond Fashion
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