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March 03, 1961 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-03

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It Indianer-Meyers

I Troth Announced

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THE DETROIT

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MISS MARCIA INDIANER

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Indianer
of Coyle Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marcia, to Arthur Meyers, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Meyers of
Miami, Fla.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate- of the University of
Miami and is now working to-
wards his master's degree in
library ,spience at Columbia
University. A June 11 wedding is
planned.

Children's Theater,
WSU, Gives '7 League
Boots' at Center

"Seven League Boots," a
dramatization of the famous
fairy tale, "Hop-o'-my-Thumb,"
will be presented by the Jewish
Community Center's Omnibus -
series, at 1:30 and 3 p.m.,- Sun-
day in the Aaron DeRoy Thea-
ter, 18100 Meyers.
The play is presented by the
Wayne State University Chil-
dren's Theater, which annually
tours the Detroit area with plays
based on, well-known children's
literature. This is the 20th annual
production.
The cast includes Don . J.
Gates, Carolyn Ingledue, Robert
Kaminski, Sharalyn Lambert,
Paula McKinney, Russell Paqu-
ette, George Pentecost, Robert
Pusilo, Mary Ann Rochen, Susan
Tyszka and Linda Ybartondo.
"Seven League • Boots" was
directed by Robert Luscombe,
adapted by Aurand Harris, with
scenic design by Russ Smith and
costumes by James R. Essen.

Center's 'Players
Appear at Beth El

The Jewish Center Theater
will present "The Lady of Lark-
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spur Lotion" by Te
r's "
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befor th
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Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
Women's Oats Holds Annual Spring Donor Event

(More Clubs Page 11)
JEWISH NATIONAL HOME
FOR ASTHMATIC CHILDREN,
Detroit Junior Chapter, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Sanford Perlman, an-
nounces Mrs. Arnold Schafer,
program chairman. Guest speaker
will be Hyman Lewis of the
Michigan Hypnosis Institute. For
information, call Mrs. Jerome
Krause, LI 6-7792.
* * *
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold,a board
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. Pauline Grant,
5205 Longmeadow, Birmingham,
with Mrs. Sophia Rosen as co-
hostess.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a
member-bring-a-member Purim
party 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Beth Yehuda. The movie
"Time for Action" will be shown,
according to Mrs. Jack Gold-
man, chairman. Games a n d
prizes will also be featured.
Hostesses will be Mesdames S.
Brawer, J. Bessman, S. Sborow
and J. Torgow. Guests are in-
vited.
* * *
SA'AD CLUB is sponsoring
the theater benefit performance
of "The Sound of Music" March
15 at the Riviera Theater. Pro-
ceeds will be donated to the.
Parkinson's Disease Research
Fund at the Wayne State Uni-
versity College, of Medicine, For
information, call Mrs. Louis
Averbach, UN 3-4888.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Picineer
Women: will meet 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, at the home of Mrs.
Jack Brickner, 18503 Hartwell,
to celebrate Purim. Friends are
invited.
* * *
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM SIS-
TERHOOD will give: a Purim
brunch noon Sunday at the syna-
gogue. Songs and games will be
featured. In charge of the event
are Mesdames N. Zucker, Arnold
Cohen, Alvin Horowitz, Ervin
Gold, G. Robert, Moric Berman,
Samuel Freed, Meyer Hertzberg,
Isaac Tennenbaum and Miss
Louretta Weintraub.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY
CHAPTER, Women's American
ORT, will hold a board meeting
Tuesday night at the home of
Mrs. Jerome Friedman, 19483
Osmus, Livonia, to make plans
for the annual ORT Day cele-
bration:
* * *
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD of Windsor will present
"Belles and Beaux," a fashion
show for men and women, 8:30
p.m. March 15 at the Jewish
Center. For tickets, call CL
4-4000.
* * *
PASADENA STUDY CLUB
will hold its annual games party
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak
Park Community Center. Pro-
ceeds will go to charity. Tickets
may be obtained at the door.
* * * -
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a white
elephant sale Thursday night at
the home of Mrs. Albert Wagen-
heim, 15070 Burton, Oak Park.
Mrs. Jack Siegel will be co-
hostess.
*- * *
DETROIT LADIES LECHEM
ANEEIM will hold its annual
Purim luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Ye-
huda. Proceeds will go to Mo'os
Hittim, according to President
Mrs. Vera Rom. Friends are in-
vited.

Fireside Program

A "Fireside Program" in ob-
servance of Jewish Music
Month , will be presented by
the Pontiac Temple Beth Jacob
and Sisterhood adult education
committees this evening.

LZOA Branch 7 Hears
Talk on 'New Societ '

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Organization, WI
old its ne
meeting 8:
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the libr.
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CONTINENTAL ORCHESTRA

UN 3-7626

Shown at a planning session for Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Sisterhood's annual spring donor luncheon Tuesday are (from
left, seated) Mesdames Sander Hillman, Julius Meskin,
Harold Moran, (from left, standing) Norman Adelman, Arnold
Monash and Frank Rosenbaum.

* * *

Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sister- program and undertakes many
hood will hold its annual spring major projects, according to
donor luncheon Tuesday in the President Mrs. David Benson.
synagogue's social hall, an
nounces Mrs. San
chairman.
Committ
chairmen for
and his
event Inc
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Monash, arold n,
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PLASTIC SLIPCOVERS

Woods to Discuss
His Poetry Sunday

John Woods, assistant profes-
sor of English, Western Michi-
gan University will read and
discuss his po-
etry at the
next program
of the -Jewish
Center Poetry
Center, at 8:30
p.m., Sunday
at 18100 Mey-
ers.
Woods' po-
etry was pub-
lished in "The
Kenyon Re-
view," "Poet-
ry," "The Chi-
cago Review,"
-"Prairie
Schooner,"
"Poetry North-
west" and
"Fresco". H e John Woods
is the author of "The Deaths
at Paragon" and "On the Morn-
ing of Color."
- Phil Diskin will discuss "Ex-
periments in Poetry," composi-
tions in sound and verse with
recordings, at an informal. free
Center poetry evening, Maich
20.

Cancer Society F
Oak Park Bra
Seeks Volunt

The American ancer Socie
has organized a •lunteer et
in Oak Park, anno ce
Faye Meyer, se ice c
the Oak Park
anch.
The group ap •als to
residents to volt
tion for cancer
from treatment cen
cancer pads and bed jackets,
donate white servicable goods and
perform many other services.
__For information, call Mrs.
Meyer, LI 7-1718.

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