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October 21, 1966 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-21

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Stephanie Katz to Wed
Frederic I. Keywell

News Brevities

MILDRED 0. KNOPF'S
The PICCOLO OPERA COM-
AROUND THE WORLD COOK- PANY, Marjorie Gordon, manag-
BOOK FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, ing director, starts its fifth annual
which Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., is tour of Ohio at the end of this
publishing, is the first truly inter- month. Mozart's comic opera,
national, gourmet cookbook for "The Impresario," will be pre-
young people. It includes recipes sented in 10 schools in northern
for a complete three-course meal Ohio. In November, the Chicago
from 10 countries.
schools will have the opera pre-
* * *
sented to them by the company.
The 24 nominees for Recorder's The cast includes Marilyn Cotlow,
Court judge have been invited to Marjorie Gordon, Robert Angus,
outline their qualifications and Harold Orbach, Raymond Sharp
views at Dow School 8 p.m. Mon- and Bernard Katz. The Piccolo
day. This is a public service pro- Opera Company will tour in three
gram presented by the TAFT HU- states this year, with over 40 per-
MAN RELATIONS COUNCIL.
formances scheduled and four dif-
* * *
ferent operas. All singers in-
FRED WARING, who celebrates terested in auditioning for the
50 years in show business this company should write to: Musical
MISS STEPHANIE KATZ
year, makes his annual visit with Director, Piccolo Opera Company,
his Pennsylvanians to Masonic 18662 Fairfield.
At a recent family dinner, Mr. Auditorium, Nov. 12. While
* * *
and Mrs. Wilfred L. Katz of Wood- Waring and his Benjazza-
A CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS
side Trail, Birmingham, announced tra, a small combo of two banjos,
the engagement of their daughter, drums and piano, were active HOBBY SHOW will be held Oct.
Stephanie Joan, to Frederic I. around Tyrone, Pa., in the very 21-23 in the Community Arts
Keywell, son of Mr. and Mrs. early 1920's, the pay was nothing Building on the Michigan State
David B. Keywell of Roslyn Rd. to sing about — a mere $3 apiece Fair Grounds. * * *
The bride-to-be, a graduate of per evening. It was in Michigan
U.S. Senator Bob Griffin, Billy
the University of Michigan, was that Waring and his group, Shuttleworth, Mike Stacey, George
affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau renamed the Pennsylvanians, and Washington, Larry Lindemer and
Sorority. Her fiance is a graduate augmented by 10 men, got their Dr. Leroy Augenstein will meet
of the University of Michigan and big break. After playing the Uni- the public at DEXTER-DAVISON
versity of Michigan J-Hop in Jan- MARKET, Curtis and Wyoming,
Harvard Law School.
uary of 1922 to a
11 a.m. Sunday.
A December wedding is planned. crowd, they made their jam-packed
* * *
first radio
appearance, over station WWJ on
Thirty-year-old Seiji Ozawa will
May 2 of the same year. The open the Masonic Symphony series
Pennsylvanians were alotted ex- Nov. 4, conducting the TORONTO
actly one seventh of the station's SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
* * *
total air time of 3 hours and 45
minutes, playing for half an hour.
A
THEATER
GROUP being
* * *
formed in Southfield invites actors,
Herman Kiefer Hospital's VIS- artists, directors, choreographers
ITOR EDUCATION PROGRAM and singers to a meeting 8 p.m.
will continue 1:45 p.m. Oct. 30, Monday, at the Southfield Civic
with a talk by Dr. Paul T. Chap- Center Building. For information,
man, hospital medical director, on call Mrs. Bernard Adinoff, 353-
"The Medical Treatment of Tuber- 3183.
culosis."
* * *
* * *
Parent-teacher conferences will
The Detroit chapter of the be held at MUMFORD HIGH
AMERICAN NATURAL HYGIENE SCHOOL 7-9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
SOCIETY, a non-profit organiza- Highlighting the conference will
tion, will hold a rummage sale 9 be an address by Acting Superin-
a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 21-22, at the Jew- tendent DR. NORMAN DRACH-
ish Music Center.
LER at 9 p.m. in the auditorium.
* * *
Principal Bertrand Sandweiss and
The Southfield Junior Chamber Assistant Principal William Koloff
of Commerce will conduct its an- will greet parents and answer ques-
nual PUMPKIN FUND-RAISING tions regarding the total school
DRIVE Oct. 22-30 at various busi- operation. The Mumford Parents
ness locations as well as door-to- Club will serve refreshments from
MISS MARLENE DiLAURA
door in the city of Southfield.
8 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DiLaura of
Glastonbury Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mar-
lene Frances to Lanny Bruce Lahr,
son of Mrs. Reva Lahr of Votro-
Brig. Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, mili-
beck Dr. and the late Mr. Harry
In 1951 he was
tary critic, historian and columnist brigadier general, - commissioned
Lahr.
after having
will be guest of honor at the second fought in four major campaigns of
Miss DiLaura attended Michigan annual dinner of
World War II. Since then, he has
State University. Her fiance is the Rassco Israel
covered every major military up-
studying pharmacy at Ferris State Corp., 6:30 p.m.
rising in the world, as military
College.
Oct. 31 at the
critic and historian, including the
A Sept. 5 wedding is planned. Sheraton-Cadillac
Sinai Campaign •
Hotel.
General Marshall is the author
At the dinner,
Nominations Listed
of 18 books on military history and
sponsored by the
battlefield techniques. He has re-
Detroit Council
by Sinai Hospital
ceived academic honors and honor-
of Rassco Asso-
The nominating committee of the ciates, Gen. Mar-
ary degrees from six of the world's
aoard of trustees of Sinai Hospital shall will speak
outstanding institutions of higher
will present in nomination to the on new vistas in
learning, including Bar-Ilan Uni-
annual meeting of the corporation, t h e broadening
versity.
Nov. 28, the following names:
horizon of the
Joseph Holtzman, Sidney J. Kar- State of Israel.
Judge Shifman to Debate
bel, Edward C. Levy Sr., David
Gen. Mar-
With Nazi's Defender
M. Miro, Hyman Safran, Erwin S. shall began his
Simon, Phillip Stollman and Paul military career Gen. Marshall
Martin Berger, New York City
Zuckerman.
at age 17 when he entered the attorney who defended George
U. S. Army to serve in the First Rockwell, avowed
These nominations are for re-
World War.
Nazi, will debate
election to the board for five-year
the problem with
terms ending Dec. 1, 1971.
Judge Burton
Four Sinai Employes
Shifman of Oak
Park, 8 p.m. Sun-
Win Hospital Contest
BUFFERIN
day, at Stevenson
100's
Dr. Julien Priver, executive vice E le mentary
Our
president of Sinai Hospital, ac- School, at a meet-
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cepted an award from the Michigan ing sponsored by
Hospital Association on behalf of the Suburban
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SCORE
had a $100 special award-winning American Jewish
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HAIR DRESSING
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Our
annual hospital achievements con- Cohen will mod-
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test.
erate. The meet-
The employes, Andrew Duym, ing is open to the
Henry Gothelf, Arnold Katzman public. There will
and Robert Tell, entered a space be a moderate ad-
control system that results in esti- mission charge, Judge Shifman
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mated savings of $15,120.
including refreshments.

Marlene DiL aura Wed
Mr. Lanny Bruce Lahr

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 21, 1966-29

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