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April 13, 1973 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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Former Detroiter Wins National Arts Grant

from the National Endow-
ment for the Arts.

For her artistry in the
fairly new field of sculptural
Weaving, former Detroiter
Leora Klaymer Stewart has
been awarded a $3,000 grant

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, April 13, 1973

DICK STEI

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Pamela Armstron
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Miss Stewart, daughter of
I •s.
Israel and Reva Klaymer of
W. Nine Mile Rd., Oak Park,
won the Craftsmen's Fellow-
ship Grant, distributed under
the endowment's visual arts
program. She makes her
home in Northampton, Mass.
The Jerusalem-born artist
first became interested in
weaving while attending
Cass Technical High School
in Detroit. She earned both ,
BA and MA degrees from
the University of Chicago and
taught at Tyler School of
Art at Temple University.
She currently teaches at
the Wadsworth Atheneum
Museum in Hartford, Conn.,
PAMELA ARMSTRONG
and has shown her work in
many museum shows.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arm-
On a travel fellowship to strong of Orleans P1., South-
Ethiopia and Israel, Miss field, announce the engage-
Stewart spent six months in ment of their daughter Pam-
the artists village of Ein Hod ela Fae to Isaac Alexander
in the Carmel Mountains. Radzinski, son of Mr. and
She also did some stage de- Mrs. Frank Radzinski of Con-
sign for the Batsheva Ballet course St., Southfield.
Company.
Miss Armstrong received
The uniqueness of her a bachelors degree in history
"nontraditional w e a v in g" from Michigan State Univers-
shows up in her woven ity, where she was a mem-
sculptures, many of them ber of Sigma Delta Tau Sor-
huge rope and jute forms. ority. Her fiance also has a
Miss Stewart plans to use bachelors degree from MSU,
the grant for six months of where he belonged to Delta
working on her own projects Sigma Phi Fraternity.
and experimenting with new
m aterials.
LONDON—Weidenfeld and
Nicholson, British putilishers,
announced that Premier Gol-
da Meir has agreed to write
her memoirs for publication
sometime in the spring of
April 6—To Mr. and Mrs. 1975. The contract for publi-
Mark H. Fink (Judy LaVal- cation of the book was signed
lee), 15240 Joan, Oak Park, a in Jerusalem.
son, Ethan Ross.

Warsaw Ghetto Observance
Slated by Workmen's Circle

The 30th commemoration
of the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising will be observed by
the Workmen's Circle Michi-
gan District 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Workmen's Circle
Center.
The program will be pre-
sented in English and Yid-
dish, and will immortalize
the memory of the Six Mil-
lion, paying homage to the
sacrifice and heroism of the
Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Included in the program
will be a candle-lighting ob-
servance; recitations by
Eileen Israel and Michael
Scherman; and vocal selec-
tions by Lillian Newberg,

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Speakers will be Leib
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Teiler, . Workmen's Circle
cultural director. The pro-
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Workmen's Circle Cultural
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public is invited.

April 6 To Mr. and Mrs.
Almost $58,000,000,000 in
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