MISS MARLENE FEINSTEIN
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer • Fein-
stein, 17526 Indiana, anctunce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter,. Marlene Sheila, to Arnold
Mark Slutzky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Slutzky of West
The bride-elect attends.Wayne
State University, where she is
a junior in the _College of Art
Education and is affiliated with
Phi Sigma Sign-fa sorority. Her
fiance is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, where he
was affiliated with Tau Delta
An April wedding is planned.
The Pulitzer Prize winning
"DIARY OF ANNE FRANK"
opens a four night run in Lan-
sing Dec. 6 at West Auditorium.
This marks the 165th presenta-
tion of the Lansing Civic Players,
Michigan's oldest and one of its
largest and most • professional
groups. Molly Feith, of Jersey
City, leads a talented cast
of 10 sharing the honors with
one of Lansing's better known
actors, Anton F. Bos, who plays
her lather. Tickets can be ob-
tained by writing or calling the
Lansing Civic Players. -
SEYMOUR LIPKIN, former De-
troiter and internationally known
pianist, will open the Pro-Musica
Concert Series today at the De=
trait Institute of Arts.
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A new Women's American
ORT (Organization for Rehabili-
tation Through Training) story-
documentary, COME WITH ME
MY BROTHER, filmed in Tunisia
and France, was shown at a spe-
cial preview held at the RCA
Exhibition Hall recently. The
16mm black and white sound
film was produced and directed
by Stephen L. Sharff, with execu-
tive production by Nathan
Gould. The script is by Millard
Lampell, the narration by Theo-
dore Bikel, with original music
by Kenneth Schmidt.
Now showing at the Mercury
Theater, on West McNichols
and Schaefer, are "PILLOW
TALK," starring Rock Hudson,
Doris Day, Tony Randall and
Thelma Ritter, plus "OPERA:
TION PETTICOAT," starring
Gary Grant and Tony Curtis.
Open House Planned
by Simcha Nursery.
An open nouse and Hanukah
program is planned for stude
and parents at 12:30 p.m. Mon '
and Tuesday at the Simcha
ody Nursery, 14305 W.
Entertainment will incl
presentatfon of two puppet ows,
"The Runaway Latke," an The
Purple Cow," with Mrs.
narrating, and a program pu
by the rhythm band.
A field trip is scheduled for
the second week in January.
Those interested in accompanying
the children are asked to call LI
3-4588 or UN 4-0169.
Bnai Brith Blood Bank Rally to Be
Held Dec. 4-5 for
ctivittes in Society
The Detroit Metro
n blood cone ed at the rail to
eukemia Blood Bank. T . e
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shewach, 17517 Meyers, celebrated their Bnai Brith Council
th rallys o J ec. 4 a
55th wedding anniversary Nov. 27 at a dinner in their honor given the next blood b
by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shewach , be held Dec. 4
4890 W. Outer Dr. The honored couple have three sons, Harry and School in Oa
Henry, and Irving of Los Angeles; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Dec. 5 at t
Schrier of Los Angeles and Mrs. Helen Goldberg of Bakersfield, Synogogue.
It will be kno
Calif.; 13 grandchildren and a great grandchild.
Max Rosenberg, of 15131 Sutherland, Oak Park was one of Brith Leukemia
The Leukemia Blood Bank,
the speakers,. Nov. 25, at the convention of the National Council
for the Social Studies at its 41St annual meeting held in Chicago. which helps supply blood to
Our Many Friends
Rosenberg, who is assistant principal of the Finney Junior Senior
High School in Detroit, spoke on the topic "Education, in Areas blood ailments, has made an
urgent appeal to the community
.Where Low Socio-Economic Conditions Prevail."
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Silverman • are spending the winter to .build a supply of - blood,
months at The Foothills in Palm Springs, Calif. They plan to which- now is at a dangerously
Earl Ruby -
return home for the Passover.
The Sherman FaMily Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Brith Men and Women have
ed 10 per cent of all
the home of Mrs. Max Rosenberg, 17160 Meyers.
Recently returned from the 38th national
Women's Branch of the -Union of Orthod
held in Atlantic City were Great L
Chapter delegates Mes-
dames Mayim Donin, Harry . Koloto
and Meyer Berke of Cong. -
"Bnai David, Seymour Ribiat an
avid Dombey of Young Isr
of Oak-Woods, and Sam Cen
and 'S. I
of. Co aar
The NAME To Remember
Hathomayim of Windsor.
For Quality CLEANING
"The Best Need
at a kiddush last Saturday,
honor of Ja
18135 Livernois at Curtis
for his appearance at the nnual Balfour
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Organization • of Detroit.
On Nov.. 19 a parlor eeting was held f
ance sales on
behalf of State of Israel Bo
or campaign, at the
home of Mr. Osias Zwerdling.
ordes, Michigan chairman
of -.INF Foundation, was the speaker.
The Charlip Family Club has elected a new slate of officers
with _Julius Iskow as president. Included are Miles Mazer, vice
president, Bernice Mazer, secretary, and Florence. Charlip,
. IN TIME FOR .. .
UJA Launches All-Out Drive for
Big Gifts; Conference Dec. 10-11
A nationwide all-out effort to munity leaders Sept. 27.
push the amount of Big Gifts
Giora Josephthal, Israel
presented to the United Jewish Minister of Development and
Appeal in advance of a forthcom- Housing, will make a special fly-
ing campaign to a new record ing visit to the U:S: to address
high, is now underway, Joseph the UJA conference next week.
Meyerhoff, UJA •general chair-
Aryeh L. Pincus, treasurer of
man, announced. He asserted the Jewish Agency for
that the Big Gifts phase of many arrived in th
community campaigns has been confere
to help the UJA
advanced this year to enable the lau
s special effort to raise
communities to report their re- -
5,000,000 special fund over
sults at the 24th annual nation
nd above the regular 1962
conference of UJA; - Dec.
11, at the 'Waldorf-Astoria
1, ence incl
Meyerhoff reported tha
JA ham Harma srae
cabinet members and
icers to the U.
were traveling to corn
ities burg, .0
throughout the country in n in- and chairman of th
tensive effort to explain th
eed tribution Corn
for increased contributions.
larger contribution _ s include a
enting the United Israel
vance gifts to a 1962 Special Appeal, and chairman of the Jew-
Fund to meet enlarged immigra- ish Agency for Israel, Inc.; Wil-
tion to Israel ; which was recom- liamRosenwald, UJA national
mended at an extraordinary na- chairman': representing the JDC;
tional conference of 500 top corn- Moses A: Leavitt, JDC executive
vice-chairman, and Rabbi Her-
bert A. Friedman, UJA executive
to $15 -
IB as Mitzvahs
Mr. and Mrs.
Cherniak, 2132 Vi lria, Wind-
sor, Ont., announce the Bas Mitz-
vah of their daughter, Donna
Gail, will be observed at 9:30
p.m. Sabbath services today at
Temple Beth El of Windsor at
the Southwood School, Cabana
and Dominion roads, South Wind-
sor. An open house in her honor
will be held 2-5 p.m. Dec. 3 at
home. No cards.
for Israel B
-end Israel Bond
p dinner meeting will
ld at 7 p.m. Thursday,
oliday Manor, it was an-
ounced by Torn Borman, gen -
eral chairman of t
Israel Bond Co •
ne • $150,000
c December Bond
campaign of Israel's Bar
Mitzvah year; to prepare for
the Italy-Israel Fashion Festival
New Year's Eve Dance and to
accelerate cash collections.
(1 Block North of Lodge, Expressway)
OPEN DAILY 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.; SUNDAYS 10 A.M to 5 P.M.