NORTHWEST CHILD RES- mon, who recently returned
CUE WOMEN will hold an in- from a trip, to Israel. Mrs. Ted
stallation. luncheon Wednesday Sallen will sing Hebrew and
at Ranucci's. The following offi- Yiddish songs. Hostesses will be.
cers will be installed: Mesdames Mesdames A b r a ham Silber-
David Samelson, president; Jos- schein, Harry Roth, Richard
eph Cohen and Nathan Yost, Liss, Leo Barns, Joe Shuster,
vice presidents; Edward Kaiser, Frank Wass,er and A r t h u r
treasurer; Florence Weingar- Cowen. Prospective members or
den, Max Wolf, Arthur Simon, those who wish to attend the
Sam Kamper and Charles Hell- affair should call Mrs. Victor
man, secretaries. Mrs. Sam Linden, UN 3-6600, or Mrs. Da-
Bishop is in charge of the instal- vid Shulman, LI 2-0584.
lation. The •first regular meeting
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of the season will be Sept. 21 at
YESHIVATH BETH YEHU-
the home of Mrs. Martin Cole, DAH LADIES AUXILIARY
AND WOMEN'S LEAGUE an-
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nounces an Oneg Schabat will
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO- be held 3 p.m. Sept. 16 at Cong.
CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY Mogen Abraham. Guest speaker
will hold its first board meeting will be Rabbi Chaskel Grubner.
of the season 12:30 p.m. Sept. Mesdames Bertha Faigenbaum,
18 at the home of Mrs. Irving Ida Friedlander and Jennie
Levitt, 24535 North Caroline, Plokin will be in charge of the
Southfield announces President affair. Refreshments will be
Mrs. Harold Pliskow. Hostesses served. Friends are invited.
will be Mesdames Sander Klein,
M. Lansky, Julian Stern and
WOMEN'S LAWYER'S A•
Seymour Wilhelm. Mrs. Irving SOCIATION OF MICHIG
Levitt, program chairman, will anounces the election of Pr
announce the program for the dent Anne Alpern. The grou f
coming year. Wives of Jewish eight lawyers convenes at
doctors are eligible for member- Cadillac Tower.
ship in the auxiliary.
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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
BUSINESS A N D PROFES- FIGHTERS will hold a luncheon
SIONAL GROUP OF - HADAS- and fashion show, "Glamorama
SAH will hold its opening meet- by Mignon," Oct. 31 at Cardi-
ing 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at nals, 19512 Livernois. Mrs. Alan
Hadassah House. Guest speaker Kaplan will be chairman of the
will be Dr. Nancy Elizabeth event. Prizes will be featured.
Forsberg, minis t e r, social Tickets may be pdrchased from
worker, teacher and executive Mrs. Morris Lezerson, LI 6-7360.
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secretary of the New Jersey
Chapter, American Christian
CONG. BETH SHALOM will
Palestine Committee. Her sub- begin meetings 8:30 p.m. Tues-
ject will be "Israel and the day at the synagogue social hall.
Middle East." Newly elected Program chairman Mrs. Edward
officers of the group are Mes- Salem announces that Profess&
dames Max Winet, president; Milton Covensky of Wayne State
Claire Landes Schkloven, vice University will speak on "The
president; Phillip Zaks, Ger Modern Day Messiah." Mrs. Mil-
trude Adels, and George V. Leib, ford Molodofsky will speak on
secretaries; Daisy Kass, treas- the holiday of Sukkot. Refresh-
urer; and Frieda Silberfab and ments will be served. The pub-
Geraldine Black, Honor Roll co- lic is invited..
chairmen. Friends are invited.
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LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
WESTWOOD CHAPTER, GATION SISTERHOOD w i 11
Woinen's American ORT, re- meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
cently " held an installation din- the Coolidge School, 30500
ner at the home of Mrs. Albert Curtis, Livonia. . Rabbi Nathan
Goldberg, 29646 Mason, Livonia, Steinberg, spiritual leader of
at which the following officers the congregation, will be guest
were installed: Mesdames Sid- speaker. An open forum will
ney Gilbert, president; Hyman follow. Refreshments will be
Dolinka, Ger al d Greenwald, served. Friends are invited.
Howard Block and Lee Poiner-
* * *
antz, vice ed
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual
embership luncheon 12:30 p.m.
is Miller and Gerald
ednesday at the home of Mrs.
Sac , ecretaries.
ob (Estelle) Wilk, .17323
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odingham. Council President
HARO A CHAP
s. Freda Leemon, who has
ecently returned from Israel
will discuss impressions of her
t the h
trip. Guests may be invited. For
ve., information, call Mrs. Louis
will be Isaacs, EL 64417, or Mrs. Sam
eda Leeo- Fishman, UN 1-3265.
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BETH ABRAHAM SISTER-
HOOD has recently announced
its officers for the coming year.
Leave Everything to Us
Mrs. Hyman Crystal is president.
Other officers include Mesdames
Meyer Lullove, vice president;
Ray Dunn, treasurer; Nathan
Yost, Ralph Rice, Bert Kanarek,
Isadore Schon And Harry Saltz-
man, secretaries. Board members
are Mesdames Irving Michaels
and Max Ellenbogen. Board
chairmen are Mesdames Irving,
Adler, Ben Burg, Regina Wal-
dron, Joe Ringler, Irving Schlus-
sel; Harry Greenbaum, Sidney
Goldin, Harry. Eichenhorn, Tillie
Newman, Irving Palman, Abra-
ham Schwartz, Ben Shiffman,
Shabtai Ackerman, Laura Nuss-
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
baum, Louis Last and Rebetzin
Hinda Halpern. Elected to the
advisory board are Mesdames
Louis Ellenbogen, Harry Ribiat,
Sam Goldman, Isaac Tennen-
house, Nathan Kaufman, Helen
Rice, Oscar Bank and Isadore
_ • ELEGANCE
Singer. The sisterhood will hold
a paid-up membership luncheon
Oct. 18. Also planned are
monthly Oneg Shabat teas.
WORRY I I
Sale of Book Sustains Israel Rabbi and Wife
Rabbi Jacob Ho
u ing in De-
ew volume entit
• at Israel" — "The Love
o srael," by Rabbi Israel Hal-.
nn of Tel Aviv.
• a in
oit for medical ca
•d has been total paralyz
is return t srael
when you ca
, • • •
ersity of Michigan e
in• :raduates receiv
• ,f more tha
o remember . .
photography of distinction
By HERMAN JAFFEE
LI 2-6373 '
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Home Portraits
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
MISS ROSALIND KAHLDON
Mr. and Mrs.
don of D
of their dau" er,
, to Irvin Ruderman of
aw, son of s. Harry
derman of Om , Neb., an
e late Mr. Ru
Miss Kahldon tende
State Universi . Her
sity and was ffiliated with P •
Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Auditions are bei
eld every Monday evening be-
e • 8 a
or the next several weeks at the
ool, Room 123 for the Don Frohman
Rehearsals are now in progress for the coming season.
For further information call Mr. Frohman at DI 1-3776.
A Symbol () Quality
the 86 ye4rs since the first Sanders store was
ablished in Det it, the famil" "Sand
become a symbo
lity in od-thi
and an element of prid
it had been written
had the utmost faith in the things
he made. This Sanders signature has appeared on many
millions of candy, baked goods, and ice cream packages;
on every one it was a guarantee that the contents were
the finest the consummate skill and the highest quality
of ingredients could produce!
the rabbi an. • s
de. Checks may be sent
Mrs. Chanah Halperin, 45 Melt
zet St., Tel Aviv.
Established in 1875 and Still Ex-
clusively Owned and Operated by
Members of the Sanders Family.
SAND I ES
ICE CREAM • LUNCHEONS
25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 8, 1961