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October 21, 1960 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October , 21, 1960 —

Barbara ' Sanders
Weds Marvin Slof

MRS. MARVIN SLOF

Barbara Sanders, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanders of
W. Outer Dr., became the bride
of Marvin Slof at a ceremony
performed Oct. 17 at the Towh
and Country Club, by Rabbi
Israel I. Halpern and Cantor S.
Ackerman.
The bride wore a candlelight
silk and satin gown thshioned in
the princess style with long
pointed sleeves and a scoop neck-
line. The bell-shaped skirt fell
into a chapel train. A wheat de-
sign of crystals and seed pearls
was patterned around the neckline
and skirt. An elbow-length illu-
sion veil was held in place by a
Eugene rose. She carried a bou-
quet of candlelight cymbidium or-
chids with double English Ivy

streamers.

Florine Bahr was maid of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Sandra
Friedman, Janet Lenter, and
Carole Sanders, sister of the
bride.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Slof, of Ardmore Ave.,
was attended by Herbert Lenter
as best man. Ushers were Manny
Holtzer, Lowell Blumberg, Mor-
rie and Victor Widenbaum,
Seymour Fenster, Dave Newman
and Robert Singer.
The newlyweds are taking an
extended European honeymoon.

Hadassah Groups
Slate Activities

UNIVERSITY EAST will give

a luncheon 12:15 p.m. Tuesday

at Hadassah House. Rabbi Sher-
win Wine, spiritual leader of
Windsor's Temple Beth El, will
review "The Second Crucifixion"
by Maurice Samuels. "Hadassah
Half-Notes" will be highlighted
•in the program, also, announces
President Mrs. George R. Smith.
GREENFIELD will feature a
review by Mrs. Joshua Sperka
on Herman Wouk's "This Is My
God" at a smorgasbord luncheon
12:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at Hadassah
House. Also on the program is a
skit entitled "Design for Living,"
announces President Mrs. Michael
Weiss.
BUSINESS * AND PROFES-
SIONAL will hear a report on
the national convention by Mrs.
Morse Colten at its meeting 2
p.m. Sunday at Hadassah House.
Mrs. David J. Cohen will pre-
sent "Review of Jewish Humor,"
announces President Mrs. Helen
Limond. Mesdames Theodore
Bargman and Samuel J. Caplan
will report on the Hadassah Pil-
griniage to Israel for the dedica-
tion of the Hadassah Medical
Center. A social hour will follow.
EVENING will hold a brunch
12:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Arda Barenholtz, 16898
Griggs. "Bringing Out Hidden
Beauty," a cosmetic demonstra-
tion, will be featured, an-
nounces President Reva Mala-
mud.

Dr. Allen Cannon, professor of Mrs. Saywitz, LI 5-3986.
Mrs. Jacob Axelrod is
music at Bradley University,
Peoria, Ill., and concertmaster dent of the organization.
for the Peoria Symphony Or-
chestra, will be featured as the
guest artist at the annual lunch-
eon of the Women's Auxiliary
of the United Hebrew Schools
12:15 p.m. Wednesday at Holi-
day Manor.
Dr. Cannon played with the
Rome Opera Co.. Orchestra in
Italy and appeared in concerts
for the Armed Forces overseas.
He is active in Jewish and com-
munal affairs in Peoria and
serves as counselor to the Hil-
lel Club on the campus.
Dr. Cannon will give a com-
mentary on the violin selections
he playg. Mrs. Lillian Zellman
w i 11 accompany h i m at the
piano.
Co-chairmen of the luncheon
are Mrs. Mitchell Feldman and
Mrs. Rubin Saywitz. For tickets
DR
and further information s call

At a recent meeting of the
Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Com-
mittee, Mrs. Alvin (Tody) Bar-
nett was re-elected president for
the 1960-61 term.
Her first act was to announce
t h e following
members as
chairmen of
t h e organiza-
tion's various
committees.
They are Mes-
dames Harold
Morrison, Jac-
o b Schwartz,
Leonard Kasle,
Laurence
Weiner, David
Mrs. Barnett tuby, Robert E
Drews, Jerry Morse, J. Leon
Gittlen and Leo Mellen.
Other officers to be installed
are Mesdames Malcolm Lowen-
stein, Jerry Morse, Daniel Siegel
and Robert Drews, vice presi-
dents; Harry Sacks, treasurer;
Albert Bloom, Jacob Kellman,
Seymour Lipsitt and John Hopp,
Jr:, secretaries.
The Board of Directors in-
cludes Mesdames Brewster Bro-
der, Samuel Caplan, Jack Eckel',
Saul Glueckman, Clement Hopp,
Leonard Kasle, Harry Modell,
B. David Ruby, Laurence Wein-
er, Bert Colman, John Grekin,
Morey Manning, Ernest J.
Schwartz, J. Leon Gittlen and
Harold Morrison.
Courtesy term Board of Di-
rectors members are Mesdames
James Aftel, Manuel Rotenberg,
Geraldine Silverman and Mari-
lyn Waldbott. Honorary presi-
dent is Mrs. Oscar Zemon. Hon-
orary directors are Mesdames
Leo Mellen and Samuel Aaron.
An area conference is sched-
uled by the Women's Commit-
tee to take place Oct. 19 and
20 at the Fort Hayes Hotel in
Columbus, Ohio. For arrange-
ments or reservations, call Mrs.

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Chi Chapter Parents
Announce Activities
for U of M Homecoming

The 29th national convention
of Histadruth Ivrith of America
will be held Nov. 2 through 6,
at the Chelsea. Hotel, Atlantic

The Chi Chapter Parents Club
of Alpha Omega Dental Frater-
nity at a recent meeting an-
nounced plans for a brunch and
dinner-dance Saturday for the
University of idichigan home-
coming game.
The brunch will begin at noon
and the dinner-dance will be
held at 7 p.m. Students and
alumni, their parents, wives and
girlfriends will attend the af-
fairs, according to Sam
Schwartzberg, president.
Hosts at the planning ses-
sion were Mrs. Michael Bag-
dade, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz-

City.

berg.

Histadrut - Convention
Scheduled for Nov. 2-6

S. e Board Members

United Hebrew Schools Women's
Auxiliary Has Fund-Raising Eve'

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