Miss Lewis Engaged
to Wed Chicagoan
Miss Kutzen Reveals Masons to Offer Play on Purim
Feast of Purim" - will Cairns and Jacob Hirschfield.
July Wedding Date be "The
The program is open to all
dramatized by the Masonic
On the Air;
Scottish Rite Bodies of the
Valley of Detroit at 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, in the Masonic
The first in a series of drama-
the play is
by the Car-
der Daniel M.
Elaine Hy- Miss Hyman
man, an Oak Park resident who.
has been active in theater
groups for many years and has
been seen professionally on the
Red Buttons Show and General
Electric Theater, will play the
leading role of Queen Esther.
Others in the cast are William
M. Rule, as King Ahasuerus;
Bradley Osgood, as Mordecai,
Esther's cousin; and Abraham
Waronoff as the villain Haman.
The script was adapted by
William W. Merrill, dramatic
director of the Scottish Rite
and former producer-director of
Will-O-Way Playhouse, from the
original Megillah story of
The 50-voice Scottish • Rite
Choir, directed by Robert F.
Jones, will participate in the
production. Special music has
been prepared by Homer C.
Shaffmaster, choir master. The
technical staff includes John
This Week's Radio and I
of Jewish Interest
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Feature: "Chaim the Shoe-
maker,". an adaptation of a short
story by Rachel Mine in the
January Jewish Digest, will be
presented. The nostalgic tale re-
lates the unusual incentive sup-
plied by. Chaim to get his
friends in a small Ukrainian vil-
lage to migrate to Israel.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
MISS JUDITH KUTZEN
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
MISS ARLENE LEWIS
,engagement of Judith
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Lewis, of
Feature: The last of four spe-
Kentucky Ave., announce the cial broadcasts marking the Irene" Kutzen to Jack Schwartz
engagement of their daughter, 200th anniversary of Jewish was announced at a family din-
Arlene Carol, to Marvin S. New- settlement in Canada will pre-. ner, on Feb. 1.4, by her parents
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- sent Rabbi Paul Liner, of Tern- Mr. and Mrs. Moray Kutzen, of
seph-Newman, of Chicago, Ill. ple Beth Sholom, Montreal, West Cross St., Ypsilanti.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and
Miss Lewis attended Wayne speaking on "A Faith to Live
Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, of Lod-
State University. Her fiance is By."
wyck Ave., Mt. Clemens, is a
a graduate of Roosevelt Univer-
Michigan State University grad-
sity, in Chicago.
uate. He took post degree work
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
at Wayne State University, and
Winkelmans Announce Station: WJLB.
is affiliated with the Zeta Beta
F ea t u r e: The forthcoming Tau fraternity.
visit of Hal Lehrman, foreign
Miss Kutzen will be attend-
The 32-year old Winkelman correspondent, author and lec- ing Wayne State University and
Brothers Apparel, Inc. will con- turer, to a public meeting spon- will major in drama and voice.
struct a million-dollar addition sored by ' the Temple Israel A July wedding is planned.
to its Detroit ldministrative of- Men's Club will be discussed by
fices and warehouse facilities, Frank L. Simons, membership
it was announced Wednesday vice-president.
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by Isadore Winkelman, presi-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Irving Cane, commander . of
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Present headquarters, at 25
DEPARTMENT OF MICH-
Parsons • at Woodward, will be
Feature: "Music of Israel," a IGAN, will preside at the an
extended to cover the entire
nual outstate meeting of. the
west side of Woodward from special program celebrating the
Jewish Music Festival, will in- Department's Council of Ad-
Parsons to Davenport.
ministration, to be held at 11
The modern aluminum, clude "Song of Songs," an a.m., Sunday, at the Albert
framed addition, to be com- operatic aria from Halevy's "La Motor Motel, in Lansing. Host
pleted in the fall, will service Juive," and a new work by con- for the: meeting Will be Nor
100 stores. The company now temporary I s r a el i composer man Sernick, commander of the
has.39 -stores; . .-34 of -_which are Pauj „33en-Haim.
Harvey Dater Post. All JWV
in Detroit, and 'plans to open
members are invited.
two more Detroit stores this . . . TO DWELL ' TOGETHER
* * *
Tirne: 6:15 a.m., Sunday.
year; besides two in Cleveland.
Company officials, Winkel-
and Mrs. Alfred Stanley, repre-
man, Manuel M. Hartman and 2).
Feature: "The Near East—A senting the DEPARTMENT OF
Stanley J. Winkelman, senior
vice-presidents, made the an- Cultural Look" will highlight MICHIGAN AUXILIARY, re-
nouncement in Mayor Louis the participation of Dr. J. Rus- cently presented an American
Miriani's office, affirming their sell Bright, associate dean of flag to the Boy Scouts. 'of Amer-
"faith in the future of Detroit." liberal arts, and Dr. Abram ica in honor of the silver anni-
Spiro, chairman of the depart- versary of the Women's Com-
ment of Near Eastern languages mittee of the United Commun.
City of Hope Dinner Set
and literatures at Wayne State ity Services and the golden
at Town - Country Club I University, in this weekly series anniversary of the Boy Scout
The newly - dedicated Town sponsored by the. Jewish Corn- movement.
and Country Club, in Southfield, munity Council.
has been selected by the De-
$30;000 Freeman Gift
troit Business Men's Group of Tamarack Camp Weekends
Six Jewish Community Center for WSU Scholarship
. the City of Hope as the site of
Teen clubs and seven Tween
its annual dinner-dance.
Establishment of an Alex-
The announcement was made clubs will participate in two ander Freeman Legal Scholar-
this week by Joseph Lee, presi- Camp Tamarack weekends, Fri- ship Fund for the study
dent • of the organization, who day through Sunday, March 4-6 international or comparative
said that the event will take for Teens, and March 11-13 for law at Wayne State University,
place on Nov. 6.
was announced this week by
officials of the university.
The scholarship is named for
Detroit- business leader and
philanthropist ,Alexander Free-
man, of 20 . W. Chicago, who
already has contributed $30;000
to the perpetual fund.
A dinner party honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Freeman was given
last Saturday night in the
Grosse Pointe home of Dean
and Mrs. Arthur Neef. Dean
Neef is WSU Provost. Among
LB. $ 1 09 the guests were Wayne's presi-
dent, Clarence Hilberry and
Mrs. Hilberry and the heads of
the university's law department.
Masons, their friends and fam-
ilies at no charge.
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