Miss Rose Ehrinpreis
Betrothed to New Yorker
MISS ROSE ERRINPREIS
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ehrinpreis
of Lawrence Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter Rose
to Dr. Lee B. Reichman, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Theodore Reichman of
New York City.
The prospective bride is a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan.
Dr. Reichman graduated from
Oberlin College, and received his
MD degree at the New York Uni-
versity school of medicine.
An Oct. 9 wedding is planned.
Secular Yiddish School Opens Fall Registration
Parents who are interested in
Yiddish education are reminded
that now is the time to register
children for the coming school
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL year at the Combined Jewish
SISTERHOOD will hold a "Cash Schools.
Kitchen Shower" 8:30 p.m. Sept. 13
Prompt registration helps the
at the synagogue, according to
school plan its program and classes
Mrs. Harry Portnoy, president.
for the coming year. If the school
Chairman Mrs. Sol Wainer an-
board and the principal know in
nounces that the proceeds of the
advance that a child will come to
shower will go toward refurbishing school they can group him with his
the synagogue kitchen. The even-
proper grade and order the neces-
ings program was arranged by
sary texts and materials.
the program chairman, Mrs. Kurt
Hertz. Refreshments will be served.
For information, call Mrs. Wainer,
UN 1-1422, or the Young, Israel
Office, UN 1-7691.
Free Custom Fitting by
SOUTHFIELD GROUP, Ha-
dassah, will hold a membership
tea 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Harold Simon, 24556
Lafayette Circle, Southfield. Mrs.
Herbert Schnaar, vice president of
membership, invites all interested
women to attend. Speaker for the
afternoon will be Mrs. Reuben
Bienstock of Southfield, who is
president of the Michigan Region
of Hadassah. Mrs. Bienstock, who
has just returned from the Na-
tional Convention in New York,
will give an account of Hadassah's
role in the United States and Is-
rael. Mesdames Jack Schon, Leslie
Pensler and E. Newton Rottenberg,
vice presidents of the group, will
discuss the group's local activities.
Mrs. Charles Snider, president of
the Southfield group, has appoint-
ed for her membership committee
Mesdames Harry Berk, Robert
Brown, Phillip Elkus, Herbert
Freedland, Ronald Gluskin, Harry
Hoffenbloom, Morris Lessen, Louis
Pevan, Harold Podolsky, Carl Scott,
Milton Simmons, Joseph Snider,
Robert Solomon, Paul Tisdale and
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will hold a contribution tea
and baked goods sale 2-5 p.m. Sept.
9 at the Temple. Supervising the
sixth annual affair are Mrs. Jack
Greene and Mrs. Arthur Weingar-
den, and the women of the con-
gregation will donate baked goods.
In the Combined Jewish Schools
the learning process for the chil-
dren starts at the age of 5 and
continues to 15. The first grade
comes only once a week on Sun-
days, for two hours. The second
and third grades come twice a
week. Grades four-ten attend three
For information call Sholem
Aleichem Institute, 342-7440;
Arbeter Ring. KE 7-5440.
FOR EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
CORSETS BY EVA
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold its second board meeting
12:15 p.m. Sept. 14 at the home of
Mrs. Edwin Schneider, 22260
Twyckingham, Southfield. Activi-
ties this month will deal with the
military affairs committee. "Proj-
ect Serviceman" will send holiday
packages to fraternity members
in the armed forces. Chairman Mrs.
Allan Ash will be assisted by co-
chairmen Mesdames Jack Lawson,
Bernard Shapiro, Sylvan Failer,
Easton Brodsky and Clarence Salz-
berg. Sept. 20 will be the first of
a series of visits to the U.S.O. un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs.
Jerome Krause and co-chairman
Mesdames Daniel Goodman, Morton
The CARIBE MOTEL
Lesser, Stuart Pernick, Donald
Polk and Raymond Robins.
WITH . . .
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold its first regular meeting
Woodward near 7 M:le Rd.
* * *
noon Sept. 1 at the Labor Zionist
Minutes away from everything
FAIRVIEW CHAPTER, Women's Institute, when Rose Yendrick will
• Phones • Air Conditioning
American ORT, will begin a report on the 38th biennial conven-
• Complete Kitchens
mixed bowling league 9 p.m. Sept. tion in Philadelphia. Brunch will
• Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
15. It will meet on alternate Wed- be served and guests are invited.
nesday evenings at 9 p.m. at the
Yorba Linda Lanes. For informa-
DETROIT LADIES OF THE
AT NO EXTRA COST
tion, call Mrs. Noel Gage, 548-2262 AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER
• TV and Radio • Parking
or Mrs. Walter Rosenberg, 548- AT DENVER will meet 1 p.m. Sept.
• Continentai Breakfast
6 at the Jewish Center. A party
* * *
honoring the birthdays of Mrs.
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS, Leah (Leet) Davidson, 95, and
City of Hope, is accepting applica- other members, will be featured.
tions for membership, according to
vice president, who may be reached Women's American ORT, will hold
at LI 7-4876. An executive board its third annual antique show 11
meeting will be held 8:30 p.m. a.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 21-22 at Cong.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Bnai Moshe. Over 20 dealers will
Lawrence Benderoff, 23161 Bever- be represented. For tickets, call
ly, Oak Park, to formulate plans Mrs. Gilbert Plotnik, 353-7171,
for the annual door-to-door march ticket chairman; or Mrs. Robert
Near 7 Mile Road
Weinstock, 353-2233, antique show
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi, will
hold its opening meeting of the
_ season noon Sept. 1 at Beth Aaron
Synagogue, preceeded by lunch.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi James
Gordon of Young Israel Center of
Oak-Woods. Social Chairmen Mrs.
Pearl Gold and Mrs. Rose Beiliwich
will be assisted by Mesdames Molly
Fridenberg, Esther Sachs, Meyer
Beigler and Ben Brag,man. Mrs.
Morris Lachover, president, invites
* * *
to help celebrate their 50th ANNIVERSARY!
OAK PARK WEST GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold a luncheon for
For 50 years, the Leader family has served Detroit
prospective members 12:30 p.m.
and Suburban areas with quality work and has
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ray-
' satisfied over one million customers.
mond Daneman, 25421 Scotia, Hunt-
ington Woods. Highlighting the
afternoon will be a book review
by Mrs. Mark Zivian. Mrs. Abel
Selburn, president, invites inter-
ested women to call Mrs. Harry
Linton, membership vice president,
for further information at LI 76527.
* * *
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION SISTERHOOD will hold a
rummage sale 7:30-11 p.m. Tues-
CLEANED WITH PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT BY
day and 9 a.m.-noon Wednesday
EXPERTS WHO KNOW CARPETS. DON'T TAKE
at the synagogue. Rummage items
CHANCES WITH DO-IT-YOURSELF METHODS.
will include clothing, books, house-
hold goods and furniture. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Sam Siegel,
for information call:
KE 7-5431, or Mrs. Sol Bienenfeld,
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
Open Thurs. to 9 p.m.
BR 3-2509 or VE 7-9783
FREE PARKING IN REAR
P/2 blocks North of. Lodge Expresswa
Open Thursday 'til 9 p.m.
Complete homes done by competent interior decorators
We have the largest
selection of Italian
in the Middle West.
We do complete jobs in-
cluding carpeting — drap-
1Irving Rosen, N.S.I.D. eries — bedrooms and
(National Society of
1400 S. WOODWARD, ROYAL OAK 'Block
of 10 Mile
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
- Mon., Wednes.
Carpet Cleaning Co.
Crepe Gown with over-
blouse of circular
beaded motif available
in black, coral, b 1 u e ,
9' x 12' RUGS!
CARPET CLEANING CO.
8700 Linwood, Detroit.
Florida Group Joins CJF
The Jewish Welfare Federation
of Hollywood, Fla., is now a mem-
ber of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 27, 1965-19
4995 to 300
9 Mile at Coolidge
A&P Shopping Center