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May 12, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-12

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Elaine Casden
Wed John Katz


Mr. and Mrs. Earl Casden an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Elaine Shirley, to
John Katz, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Katz. A
June 4 wedding is planned, to
be followed by a Florida honey-
moon and residence on Rensse-
laer Ave., Oak Park.

Woolfenden. to Vie
for Con-Con Delegate

List At Home Receptions
or Beth El Confirmands

'Panorama' Closes Theater Season
at Center; Set Dance Festival

Annual confirmation services of Temple Beth El will take
place on Sunday morning, May 21. At home receptions will be
held that afternoon and evening for thte fallowing Beth El
MARSHA KAY BLAU, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A.
Blau, of 20121 Ardmore, 7-10 p.m. No _cards.
PHYLLIS JEAN BLOOM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D.
Bloom, of 20065 Shrewsbury Rd., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
JOHN MARSHALL BOOKSTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack M.
Bookston, of 19160 Mendota, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
ELAINE JOYCE GARELIK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton
W. Garelik, of 23110 Beverly, Oak Park, 2-5 p.m.
PETER GITTLEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maier Gittlen, of 18635
Birchcrest, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
HOWARD ALLEN GOLDMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H.
Goldman, of 24340 Dante, Oak Park. Reception to be held
2-5 p.m., at 19389 Canterbury Rd. No cards.
LINDA CAROL GREKIN, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John N.
Grekin, of 18024 Muirland, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
ILENA HULA HARRIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Harris, of 18095 Fairfield, 2:30-5:30 p.m. No cards.
JOHN JACOBS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jacobs, of 20070
Shrewsbury, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
LOUISE S. KATCHER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Katcher,
of 25516 Wareham Dr., Huntington Woods, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
ANN KATZEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell E. Katzen, of
18290 Wildemere, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
DAVID R. LIPSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot NI Lipson, of 17384
Wildemere, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
JULIE ANN LOVINGER, daughter of Mrs. Edward Sherinan and
Mr. Jack Lovinger, of •13360 Wales, Huntington Woods, 2-5
p.m. No cards.
MARILYN JANET LUMBERG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lipp-
man L. Lumberg, of 6820 White Pine Dr., Birmingham.
Reception at the home of Robert Sloman, 18255 Ponchartrai
Dr., 2-5 p.m.
PEGGY JEAN MORGENSTERN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sta
ley N. Morgen&tern, of 19438 Westmoreland. A tea from 3-
p.m. No cards.
ROBERT PRENTIS MORRIS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J.
Morris, of 19395 Parkside, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
STEPHANIE OKUN, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton H. Okun,
of 3261 Sherbourne Rd., 2-5- p.m. No cards,
KAREN FLEUR RANDS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J.
Rands, of 19208 Parkside, 2-6 p.m. No cards.
RONALD JOSEPH ROBERTS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace H.
Roberts, of 19540 Afton Rd., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
CAROL SUSAN ROBINSON, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold A.
Robinson, of 18262 Muirland, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
ROBERT STUART ROSEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosen, of 19320 Suffolk Dr., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
LINDA C. RUBIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul J.
18517 Roselawn, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
THOMAS I. RUBIN, son of Mr.. and Mrs. Willi
18220 Cherrylawn, from 7 p.m. No cards. .
ILENE KAY SAPERSTON, daughter of Mr. a
E. Saperston, of 17545 Birchcrest Dr., 2-5 p.
LYNNE SCHECHTER, daughter of Mr. and
ter, of 18266 Hubbell, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
Slatkin, of 19475 Cumberland Way, 2-6 p.m.
Steinberg, of 19915 Shrewsbury, 2-5 p.m. No ca

Henry L. Woolfenden, promi-
nent attorney of Bloomfield Hills,
announces his candidacy for the
office of delegate to the Consti-
tutional Convention representing
the third representative, district
of Oakland County.
- A resident of Oakland County
for 31 years and legislative dis-
trict three for the last 19 years,
Woolfenden recently completed a
term as mayor of Bloomfield . Hills
and continues as a member of the
City Commission on which he has
sat since 1957.
He is an active Republican hav-
ing served as precinct delegate
for more than a decade and as
chairman of the Oakland County
-delegation to the Republican
state convention. In State affairs,
he served for five years as a
member of the Michigan Compila-
tion of Laws Commission and has
also served on the State Teachers
Tenure Commission, the Michigan
Public Service Commission and
as a Michigan member of the
citizens committee for the Hoover
Woolfenden has served as pres-
ident of the State Bar of Michi-
gan, member of the House of
Delegates and Board of Gover- WSU Coeds to Hear
nors of the American Bar Asso- Discussion of Hate
ciation, member of the executive
committee of the American Judi- Group by Gaines
cature Society and trustee of the
"They Love Hate," a discussion
Michigan State Bar Foundation. of the organized national and
local hate groups, will be pre-
Dr. Hoffman to Head sented by Michael A. Gaines, as-
sistant regional director of the
Chiropody Division
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Chiropodists attending the an- Brith, before the Association of
nual meeting of the American Women Students of Wayne State
Chiropody Association-Tri Coun- University, 2 p.m. Tuesday at
ty Division, elected as president Kresge Science Auditori
Dr. Maxwell M. Hoffman of High- - Gaines will co
land Park.
significance of the newed acti
Localites Dr. Sidney Z. Leib ity of the Ku
ux Klan and
and Dr. Herman S. Littky were American Nazi
y, as well as
elected secretary and treasurer, other older
fessional racists
respectively. Dr. Owen W. Fowler In addition
will discuss th
of Trenton was named vice." impact of e appeals to r
and raci
bigotry w
Board of directors elected prevale
in the
were: Dr. Albert Dunn, Dr. Owen campai
W. Fowler, Dr. Harry M. Gallup;
Dr. Dell E. Harris, Dr. Maxwell will sho
M. Hoffman, Dr. Sidney Z. Leib, produced
Dr. Herman S. Littky, Dr. M. M. tion and
Sherman and Dr. James W. Town- low. The m
to the

"Panorama," another "audi- Community Center, '7:30 p.m.
ence on stage" event, will climax Wednesday in the Aaron De-
the current season of Center Roy Theater.
Theater of the Jewish Communi-
Highlight of the program in
ty Center 8 p.m. Thursday on which juniors, tweens and teens
the stage of the Aaron DeRoy will participate will be a dance
Theater, 18100 Meyers.
based on the Lewis Carroll
Highlights from such past poem "Jabberwocky." Dance im-
successes as "The Curious Sav- pressions based on Alice in
age," "The Cold Wind and the Wonderland characters will be
Warm," "The Learned Ladieg" performed by the children from
and "A Tale of Chelm" will the first through the 6th grades.
be supplemented by revival of A dance version of "The Tales
a pantomime "From Barton's to of Chelm," "Ken Yovdu," an
Bicarbonate," an improvisation, Israeli song, "Johnson Rag" and
a return engagement of Prof. "Singing Cats" will be among
Shrecklich von Shnurrbart in a the dances given by the Tweens
lecture on "The Psycho-social and Teens.
Interrelations of Sleep-Walking
The entire program is under
and Psychosomatic Dramatics," the direction of Mrs. Harriet
and Addie Beckerman in "Two Berg. No admission charge.
Times Two Equals Complica-
The monthly monochrome
competition will be held 8:15
Among the participants will Monday at the Center. Camera
be Miss Beckerman, Solomon Club members are requested to
Belinky, Ralph Bernstein, Lor- bring two mounted photographs
raine Ernst, Bernard Gross, Mil- from the character-shooting ses-
dred Kotzer, Delphine "Levin- sion for the assignment and
son, Alice Ross, Lester Sara- two mounted photographs for
sohn, Rochelle Savitt, Marlette general assignment.
Schwartz, Dr. Howard Sherman,
Joyce Strassner and Melba
Give it time and hush money
Winer. is sure to blab its secrets.
Also in
e an In-
nt of plays to be pre-
by Center Theater next
son and a talk by
ayer entitled "
omorro "
Coffee in
low. Intere

A spring da
estival will
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Call After 7 p.m.

Student Club to Air
Kennedy's Peace Corps

Kennedy's Peace Corps is the
topic to be discussed 7:30 p.m.
Monday at Parkman Branch Li-
brary, 1766 Oakman, by the
High School International Club.
Dr. Franklin Wallin of the
history department, Wayne
State University, will moderate
the panel: Discussants are Larry
Green of University of Detroit
High School, Jean McCann of
Rosar y High School, Tony
Kwilos from St. Hedwig and
ail McKeown of Immaculata.
All students are invited to
end this final meeting of the
son and to participate in the

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