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March 03, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, March 3, 1967

Psychiatrist and Humorist to Share
Double Billing at Hadassah Event

A double-feature program, "Hu- lessor, will discuss "Humanizing
manizing and Humorizing," is Life's Meaning."
Sharing the program will be Lew
planned by Detroit Chapter of
Norman, actor and humorist. A
favorite in the Catskill resort area,
he has also appeared in theaters
and hotels in all parts of the
United States. A veteran of the
Yiddish Art Theater, Norman won
the Show Business Award for his
performance in the Yiddish version
of "Death of a Salesman."
Mrs. Morris Gross, ctairman
of the day, advises that admis-
sion is one filled eye bank.
Norman
Dr. Dorsey
Funds raised will be used at
the Hadassah Medical Hospital
Hadassah for the Eve Bank event
to be held 8 p.m. March 14 at in Israel for the treatment of
glaucoma and other eye diseases.
Temple Israel.
Each filled eye bank makes the
Dr. John M. Dorsey, psychiatrist
and Wayne State University pro- contributor eligible for prizes, one
of which is a portable television
set. Attendance is not necessary
to be eligible.
Group eye bank chairmen who
will act as hostesses at a social
hour following the program are:
Mesdames Max Stone and Louis
Silverfarb, Bagley. Stanley Eisen-
berg, Eleanor Roosevelt; Joseph
Glickman, Evergreen, Gerald Ka-
beck, Greenfield; Marvin Berman,
Livonia, Bernard Mirvis Meyers;
Sam Cohen, Schaefer; jack Feld-
man and Herbert Moss, Sherwood;
James Goodfriend and Nathan
Fink, University East; Lawrence
Blau, University North• and Lee
Furth, University South. Al s o
Misses Lillian Abraham, Business
and Professional; and Marilyn
Klein, Sunday Group.

So
► ou'll Say
Oeshmakste.

Center Theater Offers Spring Acting. Course

Mimi S taq12.71.S Engage(
to Mr. Michael Gross

Registration for a spring acting
For information, call Mrs. Or-
workshop offered by Center The- bach, UN 2-6019.
ater will be held at the Jewish
Center 8 p.m. Monday.
For the HY Spot
The class is limited to 15 stu-
Of Your Affair
dents, who must be 18 or older.
Those interested are asked to come
Music by
prepared for an informal interview
and audition. The course will ter-
minate with a performance for in-
And His Orchestra
vited audiences.
(Hy Utchenik)
Mrs. Evelyn Orbach, who will
342-9424
teach this Workshop II will devote
• Distinctive Ceremonies
a Specialty!
the course to in-depth study, fur-
■•■•••■•11o1O1,
thering acting skills of the stu-
dents. (Workshop I, conducted by
Leonard Bradley, managing direc-
YOUR CANDID
tor of Center Theater, is held for
beginners.)

Hy Herman

AJCongress Women Plan
National Parley in D.C.

WASHINGTON. D.C. — The na-
tional women's division of the
At a recent party given at the American Jewish Congress will hold
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey its biennial national convention
Vinton of Dorset Ave., Southfield,lApril 4-6 at the Mayflower Hotel
the engagement was announced of here.
Mimi Stawis, daughter of Mrs. I Theme of the three-day meeting
Vinton and the late Cantor Mendel !will be "The Achievement of Peace
Stawis, to Michael Sheldon Gross, 1 and Opportunity."
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gross
of Fairfax Ave., Southfield.
Miss Stawis is a graduate of the
Detroit Business Institute. Her fi-
ance is a senior in the school of
education at Wayne State Univer-
sity and is affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A Dec. 10 wedding is planned.

MISS MIMI STAWIS

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of Bnai Brith. Prof. Rabbi Jack
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