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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • 110

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Oakland Tribunei
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Oakland, California
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Oakland Tribunt, Sunday, March 1 9, 1961 I I' Suited Up for the Races, 'Israel in Spring' Show ation Insoir .1 At i-l iiXl r1 1 i i 4 Mr 'Mas 'II 1 im I is 7 Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem for additional equipment. Members of the committee include Mesdames-Paul Harold Ellis, Ted Laib, John H. Land, George Rittenberg, Bernhardt Thai and Julian Towster. Modeling will be Mr. and Mrs.

David Brudney, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Markowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mitchell and Mr.

and Mrs. Morton Roth-stein. Also modeling will be Mes-dames Shirley Eddy, Harold Evans, Maurice Fisher, Irwing Goldman, Miriam Revzan, Burrell Rubenstein and Ernest Weiner and Michael Goldman, John H. Land, Ray Lemer-man, George Payne and Leonard Tornheim. Teen-age models include the Misses Linda Maxon, Kathy Nemy and Judy Yaffe.

Mrs. George Payne will provide musical accompaniment. Springtime fashions lor a family in California or touring Israel win be shown at Saturday night's "Israel in the Spring style parade of Berke-ley Chapter of Hadassah. It will be held at 8 p.m. at Noj-thbrae Community Church, 94; The Alameda, with Mrs.

Ernest Alexander, medical center chairman in charge and Mm. Irving Minster as co-chairman. Decorations chairman of the show will be Mrs. Irving Goldman with her son Michael Gcfldman and Mrs. Leonard Tornheim assisting.

getting of the affair will be a street cafe scene in Israel. Israelic music and dances will be presented by members of -Young Judea, youth group sponsored by Berkeley Hadassah. Proceeds of the affair, for which Ernest Weiner will be commentator, will go to the recently completed Hadassah Vs TH aternlty 3-pd ensemble I "'I '5 fiAv Nuoby linerj-type white tunic 1 with and colorful print blouse. op QQ Pi 1962 BROADWAY OAKLAND 1 U.C Dames CHS Chapter Meet Monday Planning Meet 1 1 Pied Piper Chapter of the Children's Home Society will meet in the home of Mrs. Cecil C.

Thompson tomorrow Presiding will be Mrs. E. Branch Chinn who will call for reports on the recent luncheon and card party held at the Sequoyah Country Club Mrs. Cecil W. Buckley will report on progress of the fund raising monthly bridge parties, one of which win be held Wednesday in the home of Mrs.

C. Lee Emerson. Well-known family sociolo-" gist Prof. Judson T. Landis will address members and guests of the University of California Dames Club at 8 p.m.

tomorrow night at Albany Village recreation hall. Dr. Landis is a professor at the University of California and has written a number of works marriage and family relations. His topic for tomorrow's talk wilLbe. "TimeJo Adjust in Marriage." are Mrs.

Paul Winn, Mrs. Charles J. Hart and Mrs. John R. Sparta, together with groom Tom 0'farrell, and equines Doc Pierre, winner of first race opening day, and Kabenna, being fed a carrot for Inspiration also provided by the fashions being worn by Auxiliary members practicing modeling duties.

OFF TO A DAY AT THE RACES at Golden Gate Field, a day which will include Jhe running of the John Muir Memorial Hospital Handicap, a luncheon and a swimwear fashion show at the Turf Club Thursday, will be Muir hospital auxiliary members and their guests. Meeting horses before the big day Shop Monday 'til 9 From Slave Ship to Jet st! tfor Mrs. W. A. (Frances) her for an imperishable leg- they differ in language and Albrier it was a pilgrimage, acy of rule of law, respect for culture, they are one in brotherhood.

The coat of arms is 'unity and Nigerian girls are given the te triumphant return trip of human dignity and a- journey begun more than They had been prepared and 200. years ago by the ances educated for independence, tors of American Negroes. Officials had been educated in same educational opportuni thev had come as captives England, taken their places ties as boys, Mrs. Albrier lnr crowded, disease industry and in Parlia- said, "There are women bar-stve ships. She was looming ment" risters who were educated at by jet above the very seas contrast to the turmoil the University of London.

If where they had endured and conflict of the Congo, Mrs. a woman wants to have a ca- storm. starvation and cruel- AiDner roia of tne unity ot reer she has only to prove me an inoea 01 auierem cm- ner aoiuiy 10 siuay ior it. ties during weeks and months tures and languages under Sir met Miss Margaret Ekpo, first of travel. a uu a uaiewar, wige- woman member of the Ni-rian prime minister.

gerian Parliament who some tMrs. Albrier, past president of San Francisco Chapter, Na "There has been no threat time ago established a sewing tional Council of Negro Wom A fresh gathering of tulips 12.95 We're heading off in al the flattering new fashion directions, Headlined here, the doll hat of tulips intermingled with lilacs on a Jattice of leaves. A rich velvet bow on the brow. White, lilac, yellow, pink or red. to unity for they solved that institute.

Nigerian girls are problem a Ions time ago. As studying nursing and mid- en, is a resident of Berkeley, at 1621 Oregon. She was the only representative from the early as 1914 Britain started wifery at a beautiful modern Eastbay in a party of eight training wigenans. More man nospitai. Nigerian women are invited to attend the cere- iuucu, mcu uu wum- ourn uauers.

iou ima mem en, are now reaay 10 oe graa- in stores everywhere. There monies of Nigerian Independ uated from English universi- is a well developed business ence in Lagos, capital of the new member of the British ties. Eighteen years ago Ni- and professional class. I even geria was admitted to the saw a complete staff of Nige- Commonwealth. Cabinet" rian.

native born people in an "Africa is no longer "the Tlai frntinTit ssiri Mrs in spite Of tne tact mat vo American bank in Lagos Albrier, who has been giving Pr crt of Nigeria's 40 mil- That same bank does not hire lectures to various clubs, lion are Moslems and 30 per Negro employees in an East- cem ivirs. Aioner pay orancn wmcn is patron-reports no schism. "Though ized exclusively by Negroes." among them the Tuskegee Alums in San Francisco, on her experiences while visiting! Nigeria. "The jet plane has made next door neighbors of the African nations and the United States. It is only 15 hours from New York to Nigeria.

The earth is fast be a premier collection of with parchment, 24.95. (b I to if 1 MIJJI proclaims Parchment the ultra-fashion colour for Spring. From Easter suitmakers--upper, the classic pump, 2295 Center; coffee-cream Lower, a buttoned suede band on calfskin, 24.95. AH are available in gleaming black patent. coming what Wendell Wilkie called it.

'one world 'Noting that the year of Ajrican turmoil in shaking off the shackles of colonialism is aso that of the centennial of the American Civil War, Mrs. Albrier said, "Many Africans favored Patrice Lumumba because he was closer to the people than to the higher-ups and had made an ardent fight for independence. Trouble is quite likely to continue. unless they can quiet the people down in countries surround-ins the Congo." 5Mrs. Albrier still feels a surge of emotion as she recalls the ceremonies of independence, attended by Princess Alexandre of Kent and Governor General and Lady Robertson.

was just at midnight, the lights were dimmed as the" Union Jack descended," recalled Mrs. Albrier, "Then Costume in grey. sharkskin. 119.95 Miss 'sizes. the green, white and green Nigerian flag rose into the spotlight.

People cheered and cried and kissed each otter and said 'glory to God' for in that moment a nation Was made for. 40 million and them the right to, have a place in the councils of the a1 i world." Mrs. Albrier called attention to the means through which Nigeria won independ ence after years of prepara- tirn "Dr. Nnamde Azkikinewe who had cursed Britian for years said, 'we give credit to I LUsleJoJtw's rooTsavicf comer am ma "ZCaudn Gnmmi Crtpptr 411 19tb S. HI 4-42SI TE 2-9005 2000 Broadway "Oakland TE2-90O5 2000 roadway Oakland I..

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