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The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware • Page 41

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The Morning Newsi
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Wilmington, Delaware
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I Morning News, Wilmington, Del. Saturday, March 14, 1970 41 1 fwd lv Mrs. l'eler Coina Mwin! into fjnin. F1 s' Callierina Aurliwer mailo lite junket from York City to show the Mrs. uoIiIk da Pont and the Weinberg clothes Here so made for each other that he threatened to "lake, her hack to New York with me" to model hi originals.

(or opinuia 5ucce56: Chester lit nvue Ili-liind the mtih's Hotly of Straw ('lolliicr, com-jdolos the inaUo-nj of Mrs. F. liioliards Jr. UUeinl? jjj Mm?" Honorary chairman for the anniversary year of the Wilmington Flower Market is Mrs. A.

Felix du Pont Jr. Mrs. Walter Off, loft, and Mrs. J. Herbert 0den oaine from Philadelphia to see Mrs.

Oden's twin sister, Mrs. Reynolds du Pont, as well as the Weinberg ololhes. Staff photos by Frank Fahey terrific with lengths ranging from above-the knee to the midi. Referring to the midi Chester said, "I don't think it's everyone's look, but I think it will be in the world and I want people to try it." Chester does the midi in the mast feminine, romantic way imaginable. As he explained, "there is a lack of construction in my clothes and there is a subtly and casual- ness." Your help is needed helmina C.

Miller. Needs: Volunteers who can speak Castillian or Columbian Spanish to a5sits in the educational proqram of tru Council. RODNEY DAY CARE CENTER, West- minister Presbyterian Church, Pennsylvania Ave. and Rodney St. 654-5521.

Needs: Volunteers to assist Ihe staff as teachers aides and drivers. Call lor more information. EASTER SEAL SOCIETY lor Crippled Children and Adults ol Delaware, 2705 Bay nard Blvd. Kafherine Galans. 658-MI.

Needs: Volunteers for stullinq and membership mailinq in Delaware. Individuals or groups can be scheduled during the day 9 a.m. t5o p.m. or In the evening. GERIATRIC SERVICES OF DELA-WARE, INC.

1300 N. Broom St. Mrs. Lowell. Needs: Drivers for Meals on Wheels, tow hours per day, any day.

THE HOSPITAL FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED, Stockley, Route 1, Box 1010, Georgetown. 934-9231, Ext. 96. Mrs. Meid.

Needs: Volunteers to provide entertainment parties, dances, teach ceramics, "sponsor" a cottage program. UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS, P.O. Box 308, Dover, Pansy Pender-qlass. Needs: Young ladies, sinqle, 18 25 lo participate in U50 activities lor military personnel at Dover Air Base: Mature men and women to serve as chaperones ard fulfill "parents" imaqe. Call YWCA, 908 Kinq 658-7161 for information and application blanks.

BRANDYWINE YWCA, 2209 Millers Rnad, Arrtenfown. International- Cluh, 45-8421 Needs: American and loreiqn volunteers to tosler (rienriihip and belter relations among all people. DAILY ACTIVITIES PROGRAM FOR DISABLED. and Jfssuo Mincus Buildind. asR.Ml.

Needs: Volunteers tn work with 4( rii-ahlrrl voimq amilts and adults on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in arts and craMs, tducitional 7 By MARTHA ESrEDAHL Fashion Editor To Chester Weinberg, one of the country's top fashion designers, the annual Wilmington Flower Market Fashion Show Thursday night was "one of the most beautiful experiences I've had." And I think most of the audience of approximately 250 agreed as 's great clothes were shown. Applause greeted every one of the outfits designed by Chester for summer. The collection was beautifully done. The Flower Market certainly scored a coup for fashion and for the 17 children's agencies it benefits. Chester, giving the commentary for his show in the Hotel du Font's Gold Ballroom, said "I love children and that's why I'm here." If your organization would like to have a paragraph in this column, please send a letter listing: organization, address, telephone number, person to ask for, short description of job and hours of fob to: Women's Department, News-Journal S31 Orange Wilmington, Del.

19899. DELAWARE STATE HOSPITAL, Farnhurst. 58-436. Ext. 295.

Carol Wells. Needs: Men and women to drive small VW bus for shopping outings, etc. any time; volunteers to help with recreation, crafts and music. Needs: Used musical instruments in good condition; volunteer to schedule music hearing aides (urgently). WILLIAMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

3rd and Monroe Sts. Edith Fenimore. Mr. Guizelous Molock. Needs: Teacher aides, one-to-one tutors, and supervisors In cafeteria and playqround.

DUNLIETH SCHOOL. Benlamln Rodq-. ers. Needs: Fifth and sixth grade readinq tutors, MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION. 701 Shipley St.

Mr. Ball. 656-8308. Needs: Volunteers for Wilminqton and Fernhook (near Manor Park) Mental Hygiene Clinics; receptionists, therapy aides, Gals Friday. LATIN AMTRICAN COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.

1202 W. 4th St. Miss Cecils Es-tpves and 658-5898. Needs: Volun teer to give remedial readinq lessons to second and third qrade students, Tues. from I lo 2:15.

Need not be bilinqual. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. Wilminqton Distrirt, Del Mar Va Council, 100 East 10th St. 6W-141. Mr.

Bosch. Needs: Volun-leers, men and women to serve as scoutmaster, denmothers. or assistants in Scout Troops or Cub Packs, One night a week; As you know, this was a new format for the Flower Market Fashion Show and it was a tremendous success. The runway was prettier than it's ever been, banked solidly with everything from snapdragons to daisies and centered with the Flower Market's symbol this year a tree with red carnations tied all over. Chester's clothes were simply occasional weekend activities for scoutmasters.

Training provided. DELAWARE HEART ASSOCIATION, Suite 60, Independence Mall, 1601 Concord Pike. 654-2569. Mr, Taylor. Needs: Volunteers to conduct professional and public educational and service proqrams.

Mrs. Goff: Needs: Volunteers to do qeneral office and clerical work Mrs. Miss Bewley. Needs; Volunteers to unpack Heart Sunday Kits. BOYS' CLUB OF WILMINGTON.

Elm and Jackson Street. 653-45U. Mr. Castaldi. Needs: Mon.

thru Sat. and p.m. volunteers to assist In arts and crafts, library, woodshop, etc. CUB WOMEN. Invite you lo ioin them as a "Biq Sister." No experience or training needed: hours arranqed at your convenience.

Mrs. Barbara Parrett. 656-7131 (after 6 p.m.) ASSOCIATION OF GREATER WILMINGTON NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS. 103 W. 7th St.

654-6181. Needs: Volunteer music teachers competent in at least two Instruments; teacher aides in the music program; people to distribute flyers on call. YWCA, W8 Kinq St. 658-7161. Miss Crook.

Needs: Volunteers to help with Family Day first Sunday of every month) and Family Nite third Friday of every month). Mrs. Deppert. Needs: Volunteer helpers with elementary school "Y-Lassie" Clubs alter school. Miss Williams.

Needs: Adult volunteers to be counselors to Y-Las-sie and Y-Teen Clubs, meetinq weekly. DELAWARE ADOLESCENT PROGRAM, 511 West 8th SI. 652 MIS, Mrs. Lulu Mae Nix. Needs: Monday throuqh Friday volunteers lo assist with care 01 Inlants In school nursery.

volunteers lo serve prepared lunches In students, lO nnnn; volunteers lo assist classroom teachers, 9-1. WILMINGTON COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM, INC. 1202 West SI, 656-1808. Mrs. Wil- The audience loved the Winterthur inspired prints beautiful florals, some bright, others subdued in silk surahs and chiffons.

Quite an accolade for Wilmington! This fashion show was without a doubt the most well-received event of its kind I've attended in courses; cookinq and sewinq, recreational activities; and field trips; anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.; proqram co-sponsored by Easter Seal Society lor Crippled Children and Adults fo Delaware Mancus Foundation and United Cerebral Palsy ol Delaware. CENTRO DE INFORMACION LATINO SPANISH INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND REFERRAL CTN 18R, 103 7th SI. (first floor). John Per-enouer.

Needs: Tutors and translators in Ennlish and Spanish; part-lim office (fptnaic; volunteers for various sMHeip proqrams for permanent residents- maqra-lory workers and incoming Spanish-speaking people. KENT COUNTY MENTAL HYGIENE CLINIC, 163 South Governor Dover, 756-I6J6. Miss Fearins. Needs: Volunteers to handle Mental Health Emerqency Service phone calls from their home; volunteers lo transport patients to and trom Occupational Therapy sessions one morninq a week; volunteers to hep with am-car's and cratvs proqram for former Delaware State Hospital patients. THE JOHN G.

LEACH SCHOOL FOR PHYSICTLLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN. Landers Lane and New Castle Ave, 654-2479 Mrs. Snipe, Needs: Women volunteers to undress and dress children lor their seim periods; 9 a.m. to noon, any morning. MODEL CITY NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL, 1534 W.

4th St. 655-2961: Mr. Dickerson. Needs: People interested in and willina to help plan a model city for the Hilltop-West Center City area: involves education, housing, economic development, health and legal aspects. SOS VIFTNAM INTERDENOMINATIONAL CF.NTfcR Red Lion Snr.a! Hal, Red 1 inn.

Rear, Del. 28 7 17; Mrs. Leas-me. Needs: People to pack cookie-, ad boxes for soMirrs in Vietnam day- a month Inr cookies, 7 nnhts a month tnr bones), People In hake cookies, rail Vis, loman al 328 435) or Mrs. Kendall at Wilmington.

It was also one of the most professionally done shows, thanks to Chester Weinberg, his helpers and the fashion show committee. I trust Ihe committee members know they have a winner and I hope, for fashion's sake, they will have the same type of show next year. EMILY P. BISSELL HOSPITAL, M0 Newport-Gap Pike 8-2223. Ext.

22i; Mrs. Vincent. Needs: Men and women to visit patients regularly; to bring outside entertainment into a hospital, JEWISH FEDERATION OF DELAWARE. 201 Shipley St. Mrs Feid-man.

Nreds: General clerical and matimq personnel, volunteers to check adfsses and phoie numbers by te eohone. 9 a.m. to 5 pm, weekdays. GOV. BACON HEALTH CENTER.

Dfia-wir" City fl.lt 4501. Mrs S'anten. Persons to supervise indoor and ou'floor recroattnn for adult patients. Penple to taka wheelchair patients outside on the qrounds. '0 a m.

to 3:30 m. any day. Children's proqram; qroups to "adopt" a cottaon ol boys or girls, to brinq parties and entertainment. 7.30 to 9 p.m. on a regular schedule.

FISH. 6-0-2954 A'llmmri'on). Mrs. Grinder; 7'8 5o6 (Newark! Mrs. Needs.

Men and women to take calls 'rom aniwering service one day per month, to sTve as drivers and babyslters. do homework for sick people, locate needed articles, visit the elderly, drive for shut-ins, and as a referral service lor Pt'op! needing professional help. RED CROSS. 910 Gilpin Ave. 655-3341 Dover otttce.

o74 '2444, GeorqQtown ottice: 86 2''fl, Neds: Men and women iask tor Mrs Rrowmnqi tor all kinds of activit es; dr vers tor V.o'or Serv ces i2 years aio-dent-treei, minimum 4-6 hours per week, aii on one day. any day of week: sewirq articles tor servicemen, anytime 8 4 4 wvkftavs, teacher airles tv Foim.v Thru tvogram, medical, service Clerical volunteers. SALVATION ARMY. Ship'ev its. us', ia 'lloicl Noens.

i (- pal inn an-t on niouo leaders at tlio Air Cf'i'ri a tr 4 Op r'l. wokrta.s. vouth dav ca-np co.ir-.ei's am in i nv to Aorfc with "loueq Adult to 12 linings. Another sister act, Mrs. Thomas M.

Kliason Jr. and Mrs. Willard E. Hendei cr II. enjoy the cocklail party before the show at the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel du Tont..

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