Book Couzens Plans Orient Tours
CHECKING IN—Charles Randolph, owner of Book Couzens
Travel Agency, is shown at San Francisco International Airport
recently checking in with Japan Air Lines Hostess Mieko Ueda
before boarding a JAL Jet Courier en route to the Orient. His
plans include visiting Japan, Hong Kong and Bangkok to meet
with agents in prenaration for several large spring tours planned
for 1964. For further information regarding tours to the Orient
and other travel needs contact Mr. Randolph at Book Couzens
Travel Agency, 20441 James Couzens Highway, BR 2-2400.
Henrietta Hermelin, Harry Kanter
Join Wayne's Repertory Theater
Wayne State University's new open its first season with a
Classic Theater Repertory Com- production of "Julius Caesar."
pany, which will open a series The program is called "Shakes-
of four Shakespearean plays peare 400" in commemoration
Jan. 15, includes Henrietta of the 400th anniversary of the
Hermelin, daughter of Mr. and birth of the English playwright.
Mrs. Irving Hermelin, 10729 The season, to run for six
Santa Maria, and Harry Kanter, months, also will include "As
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver You Like It," "Romeo and
Kanter, 17517 Pinehurst.
Juliet" and "Anthony and Cleo-
Miss Hermelin, a graduate of patra."
Central High and the University
Miss Hermelin and Kanter
of Michigan, is working toward will appear in all four plays.
a master's degree at Wayne. They are among 33 members of
Her theater experience includes the repertory company, which
leading roles at the Wayne and was selected from 250 appli-
Stables theaters. She also has cants around the nation.
studied acting at the Berghof
Tickets for "Shakespeare 400"
Studio in New York and modern
dance with Martha Graham and are on sale at the Classic Thea-
ter office, Cass and Hancock.
Kanter is a graduate of Mum-
ford High and a senior in Expanded French Jewry
Wayne's Monteith College. He
The Jewish Community of
has performed in the Wayne France now numbers some 500,-
Theater, the Manistee Sum- 000 persons and ranks fourth in
mer Theater and at Mercy Col- size among the world's Jewish
lege, and has served as an ap- communities. About one-third of
prentice at Northland Play- French Jewry has emigrated in
recent years from North Afri-
Wayne's Classic Theater will can countries.
To help you remember .
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MIKVAH ISRAEL and WO-
MEN'S ORTHODOX LEAGUE
will hold a dinner Nov. 17 at
Northwest Young Israel. For in-
formation, contact Mrs. Shosh-
ana Gold, LI 3-6583.
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WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
will hold its annual luncheon
12:15 p.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Dan Frohman will
direct the choral group of the
Music Study Club as part of the
program. Mrs. Morris Stein will
be accompanist. A special bus
will leave the United Hebrew
Schools at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. El-
bert Diamond, president, invites
everyone to attend. For infor-
mation, contact Mrs. Irving Sol-
oman, UN 4-8281, or Mrs. Jacob
CLUB will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Sholem Aleichem Insti
tute to discuss its forthcoming
affair. For information, call
Mrs. Sandler, UN 4-6707, or
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. M. Duchan, 18444 North-
lawn. Guest speaker will be Y.
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BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will hold its first Oneg Shabbat
2:30 p.m. Saturday at the syna-
gogue. Jay Masserman will
speak on his experiences in Is-
rael. A general meeting will
be held noon Monday. Mrs. Jo-
seph Sulkes, program chairman,
has planned a program in honor
of Jewish Book Month. Mrs.
Samuel Korby will deliver vig-
nettes illustrated by sisterhood
models. Mrs. Milton Weiss will
review Gerald Frank's "The
Deed," 10 a.m. Thursday.
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER,
ORT, will hold an antique show,
art sale and bazaar from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Featured will
be antique dealers from the De-
troit area, original art sketches,
a white elephant booth, Hanu-
kah decorations, a home bake
sale and novel gift items. Mrs.
Donald Ketai, vice - president,
has as her co-chairmen Mes-
dames David Levin and Wil-
liam Wolk. For information,
contact Mrs. Bennet Nathan,
EL 7-2259, or Mrs. Arlen Gitlin.
* * *
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the synagogue. "Sha-
lom Aleichem Readings" will be
presented by Mrs. Frank Rath.
Mrs. Ben Simon announces that
a paid-up membership luncheon
will be held 12:30 p.m. Nov. 20.
Mrs. Larry Guttenberg has plan-
ned the program.
HEBREW LADIES AID SOC-
IETY will hold its annual donor
luncheon noon Nov. 25 at Beth
Abraham Synagogue, announces
President Mrs. John Leucht-
man. General chairman of the
affair is Mrs. Rose Fisch. Prizes
will be featured. Friends are in-
vited. For reservations, call Ser-
ena Brumer, UN 4-6574, or Mrs.
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