i n, Society
Mrs. Ted Cohen, of Los Angeles, Calif., with her daughter
Deborah Susan, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Nagelberg, of 3762 W. Buena Vista, for three weeks. Mrs. Cohen
is the former Liane Nagelberg.
Miss Nancy Pearl Nudell, of Pembroke Ave., recently
returned from Girl Scout camp, has left for South Haven, Mich.,
where she will join her parents, the Hyman D. Nudells, and
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Hoberman have moved to a new
address at 17377 Indiana.
Mrs. Charles (Shirlee) Wolok, of 4151 W. Outer Drive,
won a trophy in a bathing beauty contest at the Concord,
Kiamasha Lake, N.Y. The trophy was presented to her by
Mrs. Sydney Simons, of Sydney, Australia, is visiting her
sister Mrs. Louis Surath, of Bay City, following a 40-year
separation. During a week-long visit in Detroit, she will meet
several of her relatives, among them Mr. and Mrs. H. Nodler
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Slavner. Mrs. Simons plans to leave
for home in October.
Miss Madeleine Shapiro, of Indiana Ave., and Miss Betty
Werl, of Tyler Ave., have left Detroit for a ten-day stay in
New York City.
Mr. Helmut Anspach has moved to a new address at
Mrs. S. Magid and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rubenstein, with their
daughter Marion Sue, of Brooklyn, N.Y., are visiting with the
Sam D. Magids, of Fenmore Ave., who are observing the Bar
Mitzvah of their son Lawrence Alan.
Mrs. Selma Fraiberg, former Detroiter, now a professor at
Tulane University's school of social work, author of "The Magic
Years," was the guest here last week of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Horwitz, of 24350 Jerome, Oak Park.
Alice Robbins . Wed
to Stephen J. Jelin
Workmen's Circle Slates Celebration and Seminar
The opening of one season "The Wonderful World of
and the closing of another will Sholem Aleichem."
be observed by Workmen's
The first to develop hydro-
Circle with two special activ-
electric power in Canada was
ities tonight and next week. Sigismund Mohr in the year
Method and application in 1871.
teaching Yiddish, history and
Hebrew will be topics covered
in a four-day teachers' seminar,
conducted by Bernard Wind,
Now Located at
new director of the Workmen's
Circle School, from 3 to 5 p.m.
15228 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Tuesday through Friday
(Bet. Whitcomb & Sussex)
Vacationers of the English-
Superfluous Hair Permanently
speaking branches of the Work-
Removed from Face, Arms,
men's Circle will hold a special
Legs, Hair Lines Reshaped.
Sholem Aleichem celebration at
Latest scientific medically
8 p.m. today at Camp Tanuga,
Kalkaska, Mich. Speaking on
the occasion of the 100th birth-
day of the famous author and
humorist, Wind will discuss
ANN L. KORSON, R.E.
MRS. STEPHEN JELIN
A honeymoon trip to Portu-
gal, Spain. France and the r P HOTOS
Netherlands began following
the noon double-ring wedding
of Alice Judith Robbins and
Stephen Jacob Jelin, Sunday, in
Shaarey Zedek Synagogue.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Robbins
of Warrington Dr., and the
bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome K. Jelin, of
Officiating at the ceremony
were Rabbis Harold Goldfarb
and Abraham Levy, of Phila-
delphia, the grand-uncle of the
bridegroom. Cantor Jacob
tion Committee, a UJA agency, Sonenklar and the Don Froh-
will brief them on phases of man choir chanted the prayers.
JDC welfare activities through-
The new Mrs. Jelin chose a
out the world.
gown of ivory peau de sole with
- The group will arrive in Israel a portrait neckline trimmed
on Sept. 13, for a 12-day visit with Brussels lace. Butterfly
to every section of the country, motifs of Brussels lace were
culminating in a reception and appliqued on the wide cummer-
official dinner in ther honor. bund, which draped the waist-
The survey group, headed by line and scattered on the
Mrs. Jack A. Go o d m a n, of bouffant skirt, spreading into
Indianapolis, national Women's a circular train. Her outfit was
Division chairman, wil get first- set off by a matching full
hand reports from Israel lead- length Brussels lace mantilla
ers on the intensive e f f or t s veil, and she carried a prayer
made to absorb new immigrants book adorned with white an-
and will talk to many of the thuriums.
immigrants themselves to make
Maid of honor was the bride's
an on-the-spot survey of exist- sister, Martha Robbins. Judith
Snider, Mrs. D. Lawrence Sher-
On the survey schedule are man and Mrs. Willard Zangwill,
visits to a ma'abara, a new- of Washington, D. C., were
comer village of tin huts and bridesmaids. Flower girl was
shacks in which some 85,000 Laura Freedman, four-year-old
immigrants are still existing cousin of the bride.
for lack of enough funds to
The bridegroom was attended
build permanent housing.
by his father as best man, while
* * *
ushers were Jerry Klein, How-
ard Faust and Herschel Richter,
all of Cincinnati; Jerold Israel,
of UniverSity Heights, Ohio;
Barry Sidman, of New York;
Tawfig Khoury, of Grandville,
Mich.; and D. Lawrence Sher-
man, of Oak Park.
Following a synagogue recep-
tion for the newlyweds, a
dinner-dance was held in the
Crystal Ballroom of the Shera-
The couple will reside in
Cincinnati upon their return
Specializing since 1947 i n
For consultation at your
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Call Lincoln 8-2266
Three Detroit Women Join
3-Week Mission to Israel
Three Detroit women—Mrs.
Herman A. August, Mrs. Sey-
mour J. Frank and Mrs. J.
Shurly Horwitz--Lwill be part of
the delegation of 27 women
leaders of community cam-
paigns affiliated with the
United Jewish Appeal who will
leave via El Al Airlines from
New York, on Sept. 9, for a
three-week intensive survey of
The survey group will make
its first stop in Vienna, where
leaders of the Joint Distribu-
Smart brides select the
Sheraton-Cadillac for their
weddings and receptions. And
for good reason! First, the
staff of this famous hotel spe-
cializes in catering to wed-
dings — lifts so many nagging
details from the shoulders of
the bride and her family.
And whether you select the
magnificent Grand Ballroom
for a party of 750, or one of
our exquisite Parlors for an
intimate family group of as
small as twenty, you may rest
assured that the accommoda-
tions and service will be the
finest in Detroit.
Our prices are reasonable,
and you'll always be proud to
remember that your wedding
was at the Sheraton-Cadillac.
For information and reservations, call
Herman Schwartz at Woodward 1-8000
-4 2- HOTEL
Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave.
Mark Schmidt, General Manager
we've i one
into outer space
to make 'all of
a bigger roomier
Child Rescue Women
Elect Mrs. Bishop Head
Mrs. Helen Bishop will be in-
UJA General Chairman Mor- stalled as president of the
ris W. Berinstein bids "bon Northwest Child Rescue Women
voyage" to Mrs. Jack A. Good-
at a luncheon-
man, UJA Women's Division
national chairman, who heads
1 2 : 3 0 p. m.
the women's delegation survey
Sept. 16 at
tour of Israel starting Sept. 9.
Larco's R. e s-
Clashes With MIG-17s Gave
cers are Mes-
Israeli Pilots Confidence
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Encount-
ers between Israeli fighter pilots
in their French-built Mystere-
Helen Bishop ser, vice-presi-
IV's and Egyptian pilots in the
Soviet-built MIG-17's since the dents; Rose Kunin, treasurer;
time of the Sinai campaign have Ruth Yost, Sheila Ordin, Ruth
given the Israeli pilots a feeling Kossack, Eva Wolf and Irene
of confidence and security, Cal. Phillips, secretaries.
Ezer Weizmann, Chief of the
Chairman of the installation
Israeli Air Force, said this committee is Mrs. Yost, and her
co-chairman is Helen Malter.
see hoW changes
on every level expand yOur
add to your shopping pleasure
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