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November 03, 1989 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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COSTUME
CONTROVERSY
Fashion historian Sandy
Schreier of Southfield
will discuss the current
crisis in the fashion
world in her Sunday
lecture, "The Costume
Controversy: Is Fashion
Art?" at the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
Schreier was recently
featured in Architectural
Digest and J.P.
McCarthy's radio show.

HEAD OVER HEELS
Thmple Israel
Sisterhood's donor
luncheon and fashion
show by Saks Fifth
Avenue was a huge
success with 420 guests.
The centerpiece
decorations were made
by the members with
guidance from Karen
Erlich, Marlene
Swarin, and Hermaine
Raimi. Other committee
members who helped
with this successful
event included:
Sisterhood President
Sherrie Stern, Janie
Roth, Lillian
Goodman, Marilyn
Rubin, Sue Erlich,
Carolyn Marks, Karen
Linden, Gail Epstein,
Gloria Shiffman,
Deborah Mallerman.
and Eleanor Folbe.

PERSONAL PORTRAITS
In her business, Portraits
in Poetry, freelance
writer Susan
Weingarden creates
poems to honor other
people's occasions. As
part of the
entertainment for her
husband Terry's 50th
birthday party,
Weingarden decided to
let her guests be
creative. Jerry Taylor
gave a roaring rendition
of Mumford memories.
The Weingardens'
children, Julie and
Kevin did a David
Letterman routine.
Among the guests
celebrating were Nancy
and Barry Lefkowitz,
Carole and Mel
Kaftan, Helene and
Ronnie Rothenberg,
Laura and Jerry
Taylor, Shirley Obron,
Lois and Alvin Rubin,
Sandy and Dan
Morrison and Joan
and Bob Mandell.

FANTASIA SHOW
Fantasia is the name of

the exciting fundraiser
for the American Lung
Association on Nov. 15
at the Hyatt Regency. A
fashion show, produced
by Leah Marks, dinner
and auction will
highlight the evening.
Sponsors include Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Kogan
and Cadillac. New York
fashion designer George
Simonton will be
present to introduce his
fall, holiday and cruise
collections, available at
Bettina.

FILM AWARDS
Sue Marx and Pamela
Conn have another award
to place next to their Oscar
from Hollywood. This
dynamic duo just won the
CINE "Golden Eagle"
award for the film Art in
the Stations: Detroit People
a 30-minute
Mover,
documentary narrated by
Sam Sachs, which was
aired on Channel 4 and
Channel 56 and is in na-
tional distribution. ❑

I

LOCAL NEWS I

Make-Do
Recital

Lebanese pianist Walid
Howrani is used to playing a
baby grand piano in large
concert halls.
This time his instrument
wasn't as grand and his au-
dience not as large. But
Howrani managed to make
an upright piano at the
Michigan Inn sound like a
baby grand as he entertain-
ed about 200 people at The
American Arabic and
Jewish Friends of
Metropolitan Detroit's Four-
th Annual Dinner Oct. 29.
After listening to two
Chopin waltzes, a medley of
Arabic and Hebrew tunes
and a few other selections,
the audience gave Howrani
a standing ovation.
Howrani will return to the
stage at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 12
when he plays at the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra Hall.

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Genealogical Group
Hosts A Tour

The Jewish Genealogical
Society of Michigan is hosting
a tour of theBurton Historical
Collection 7 to 9 p.m. Wednes-
day at the main Detroit
Public Library, Woodward
Avenue at Kirby.
There is no charge. For in-
formation, contact Pam
Greenberg, 851-1123, or
Bruce Finsilver, 661-8353.

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