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February 28, 1964 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-28

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Friday, Fe bru ary 28, 19 64—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 1 6

Jewish Centers Here, in Other Cities Sandra Aronoff and Blondy Explains School Bits Bill
Senator Charles S. Blondy, The DSR now provides 19 mil-
to Hold Simultaneous Art Exhibit Jerry Maza to lied Detroit Democrat, introduced lion reduced fare rides for

A unique art exhibit will New York; San Antonio; St.
open at the Jewish Center and Louis and Washington, D.C.
in 17 other cities across the
country April 7.
A Purim festival, featuring
More than 40 artists will par- special Purim snack bar, will
ticipate in a print show based be held 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the
on the theme of "The Old Jewish Center. The community
Testament and Post - Biblical is invited.
Jewish Life," which has been
The children's division will
assembled as the 10th anniver- stage the "Story of Purim."
sary art exhibition of the West performances will be at 2:30
side Jewish Center of Los and 3:30 p.m. in the Aaron De-
Angeles.
R.oy Theater. A Purim carnival,
The simultaneous opening sponsored by the youth division,
of a major art exhibit such will be held in the gymnasium.
as this show is considered a There will be booths and games,
first in national art circles.
with prizes for all.
Never before has such an im-
Families can come for a late
portant collection of art
works been introduced to the lunch, or partake of snacks,
served 2-4 p.m. in Shiffman
viewing public on such a
Hall. The food, including ham-
widespread scale.
In addition to the Detroit entaschen, will be prepared by
Jewish Center, the openings on the Center's senior adult mem-
bers and sold at nominal price.
April 7 will be sponsored b y
the Jewish centers and YMHA- * .* *
A "do-it-yourself" workshop
YWHA's in Atlanta; Birming-
ham; Ala.; Canton and Colum- on how to conduct a seder at
bus, Ohio; Denver; Hartford, home will be sponsored by the
Conn.; Houston; Hackensack, Jewish Center on four Thurs-
N.J.; Los Angeles; Newark, day evenings in March.
Designed for men and women
4.•••••=immamemmismo who have never before con-
ducted a Seder but want to do
GRACE YOUR
so now, as well as for those who
Nvant to enrich their under-
FESTIVE TABLE
standing of the Passover ritual,
this workshop will be conducted
WITH
in English by Rabbi Isaac Pan-
eth of the Jewish Center staff.
fIE Eest 9TOM OS/aEt
The first session of this
workshop will be March 5.
The public is invited, but
advance registration is sug-
tL anti tland ptoductd and LoLL&d gested since only a limited
number of participants can be
in 9anzEzi cRilfzon-LE-lion
I accepted.

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Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
; ciety will hold their annual ban-
quet, 6:30 p.m., Sunday, at the
I Mayfair Caterers.
Hyman Waterman, chairman,
has appointed past president
Nathan Wolok, as toastmaster
and Charles Alfeld, reservations
chairman, LI 8-8292.
I Dancing and entertainment
will be featured. Proceeds go
to charity.

Center Theater to Meet

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Center Theater will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Jewish Center.
"The Chairs," by Eugene
Ionesco, will be performed in
two versions — by the Center
Theater Players and by the
Center Contemporary Dancers.
A brief analysis of Ionesco,
considered one of the outstand-
ing playwrights of the 50's, will
precede the performances. The
public is invited.

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the School Bus Bill, which pro-
vides State aid to municipally
owned and operated transpor-
tation lines for the transporta-
tion of public and parochial
school children to and from
the municipality having such a
system.
Students outstate get free
bus rides whenever they live
more than one and one-half
miles from school. This pro-
gram is supported by State aid.
In Detroit students buy $1
identification cards and pay 15
cents for each ride. The regular
fare is 25 cents on local buses.

MISS SANDRA ARONOFF

The engagement of Sandra
Aronoff t o Jerry Maza is an-
nounced by the bride-elect's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Aronoff of Ashton Rd. The pros-
pective bride-groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Maza of
West Outer Drive.
The wedding has been set
for Aug. 8.

Mrs. Irving Steinman,
Pontiac Jewish Leader,
Named by Federation

Max M. Fisher, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit, announces the elec-
tion of Mrs. Irving Steinman
of Pontiac to the Federation's
board of governors for a two-
year period.
Mrs. Steinman is active local-
ly in Temple Beth Jacob and
its sisterhood. She also repre-
sents the sisterhood and the
Pontiac Symphony on the Fed 7
eration of Women's Clubs.
Mrs. Steinman, along with
a group of Jewish community
leaders from both Detroit and
Pontiac, worked out in 1957
the integration of Pontiac's
Jewish community into the
larger community of Wayne
and Oakland counties. At that
time, Mrs. Steinman organ-
ized the Pontiac Women's
fund-raising division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and has served as its chair-
man since its inception. She
serves on the board of direc-
tors of the women's division.
Prior to Mrs. Steinman's elec-
tion, Dr. Harry Arnkoff and
Abe Lapides represented Pon-
tiac on the Detroit Federation
Board of Governors.
Many other Pontiac residents
are active in Federation, agen-
cies and committees. They in-
clude Dave Dunsky, Harold S.
Goldberg, Robert S. Trepeck,
Mrs. Arnkoff, Alvin Steinman,
Irving Steinman, Norman Wach-
ler, Samuel Frank and Maurice
Landau.
The following women have
been active workers for the
Allied Jewish Campaign: Mes-
dames Arnkoff, Thomas Hor-
witz, Rudolph Hartman, I. Pos-
ner, Arthur Rosenthal, Sol New-
house, Sam Stolorow and H. B.
Stenbuck.

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