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March 08, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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Levine-Beitman
Helen Bilander Has
Engagement Told June Nuptial Plans

BREVITIES

" A N AFTERNOON OF
GEORGE BERNARD
SHAW" will be presented 4
p.m. Sunday at the Cameo
Theater in the Henry Ford
Centennial Library, Dear-
born. For tickets, call the
Dearborn Recreation Depart-
ment, 584-1200, ext. 263.
* *
Experienced musicians who
would like to join the
SCANDINAVIAN SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA for a
special concert to be held
April 14 on Channel 56, may
write to the 'personnel mana-
ger, Scandinavian Symphony
Orchestra, 1811 Stanford,
Berkley, 48072. The 44-year-
old orchestra, which is now

located in Southfield, an-
nounces that concertmaster,
Mischa Mischakoff and his
wife, Hortense, will head the
string section. Music director
is William Savola.

Detroiter Exhibits
Beth El Model in
Brandeis Display

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Aid Kushner of Avon Ave.
Oak Park, is shown with two
of his seven models on dis-
play at the American Jewish
Historical Society on the
Brandeis University campus.
The miniature buildings are
used to describe synagogue
architecture in the U. S., and
includes Temple Beth • El's
former site at Woodward and
Gladstone Ayes.

Paintings by DEANNA
SPERKA will be exhibited
from Monday through March
29 at the University of Mich-
igan's Gallery of the North
Campus Commons, 2101
Bonisteel, Ann Arbor. Mrs.
Sperka's paintings have been
shown in galleries in Detroit,
New York and Israel and
have been exhibited in all-
Michigan shows. She studied
in New York and Cooper
Union of the Arts and the
Brooklyn Museum Art School
and has taught at the Jewish
Center. A reception in her
honor will be held 3 p.m.
MISS WENDY LEVINE
March 17 in the gallery. The
Mr. and Mrs. Na than
gallery is open from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Monday through Levine of Devon Rd., Frank-
lin, announce the engagement
Friday.
of their daughter Wendy
* * *
Susan to Robert David Beit-
March is NATIONAL EYE- man, son of Dr. and Mrs.
BANK MONTH, and the Max R. Beitman of North
Wayne State University Di- Park Dr., Southfield.
vision of the Michigan Eye-
Miss Levine is a student at
Rank will have a series of the University of Michigan.
special programs in the area Her fiance attends Wayne
to mark the event.
State University's school of

* * *

Friendship Circle
to Mark Milestones \,

The Golden Friendship
Circle, senior citizen group
at the Jewish Center, wiP
hold a "giving thanks" party/
celebrating member's birth
days, anniversaries and other
milestones 7:30 p.m. Wedne'
day at the 10 Mile Center.
Entertainment will include;
songs by accordianist Tony
Orlando. Refreshments
be served. Murry Lieberman
is president of the G(' -
Friendship Circle.

"Something attempted,
something done, has earner
a night's repose."
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Bi-
—Longfellow
lander of Greenbriar Ave.,
Oak Park, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Classifieds Get Quick Result.
Helen Edith to Theodore A.
The Best To You
Wizenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Wizenberg of Hy-
stone Ave., Huntington
Woods.
Miss Bilander was gradu-
ated from Wayne State Uni-
versity with a degree in ele-
in
...
mentary education. Her fi-
medicine.
FOR Ili,
ance was graduated from the
A June wedding is planned. University of Michigan and
OCCIIS10%ti
attends Wayne State's medi-
BIG BANDS OR
cal school.
Braille Institute
SMALL COMBOS
A June wedding is planned.

MISS HELEN BILANDER

HAL
GORDON)

CHILDREN'S LEUKEMIA
:FOUNDATION OF MICHI-
GAN will have a theater par-
ty to see Lucille Ball in
"Mame" April 2 at the Amer- Inaugurates New
icana I Theater. Proceeds
Classifieds Get Quick Results
will aid the foundation. For Program for Aged
information and tickets, call
The Jewish Braille Insti-
BARBARA'S STATIONERY
Mrs. Alan Cornfield, co-chair- tute, having integrated young
man, 626-0393.
people into public schools
*
*
*

and Hebrew schools, is in-
ORCHARD MALL, Maple augurating a new program to
and Or chard Lake Rds. integrate elderly blind people
_plans the following promo- into existing senior citizen
tional activities: Artwall, programs. The organization
Bring this Ad for Outstanding Savings on
March 17; Cre4tive Council will start its program by
Arts and Craft, April 4-13; training social workers and
Bat Mitzvas
Bar Mitzvas
Spring Cooperative Pages, teachers now in programs
April 4; and a grand open- for elderly people to work
Confirmations & Weddings etc.
ing, April 25-May 4, featuring with the blind.
give-aways, contests and
Dr. Jacob Freid, executive
725 S. Adams Road, Next to South Adams Square Arcade
prizes.
Phone 642-3860
director of the Jewish Braille
in Birmingham, Michigan
* * *
Institute, was inspired to set
The Parent Guild of Gate- up a program of this type
way Montessori House, Inc., when he heard an elderly
will sponsor a preview per- blind woman say: "There is
formance of the MEADOW nothing for me to do but
BROOK THEATER presenta- wait to die." He called to-
tion of the Agatha Christie gether the heads of various
mystery, "TEN LITTLE IN- agencies dealing with elderly
DIANS" on March 27, Gat- people and discussed with
way, 1775 Melton, Birming- them a program of inte-
ham, is a non-profit, non- grating the elderly blind into
denominational pre - school their programs.
and kindergarten, affiliated
The Braille Institute will
with Association Montessori start this training, a crash
Internationale and the Michi- four-week program, with
gan Montessori Society.
temples, organizations and
social workers bringing the
* * *
Southfield High S c h o o l aged blind into the existing
Bands, Orchestra and Con- programs.
The Jewish Braille Institute
cert Ch6ir will present a
"CANDLELIGHT CABARET has been in the forefront of
off
CONCERT" 8 p.m. March 16 the fight for equal oppor-
at the high school. Refresh- tunity for blind people and
The Regular Price
for equal rights for blind
ments will be served.
students to go to the college
Plaids
* * *
of their choice. The organiz-
Solids
"COUNT DRACULA," ation also publishes the
adapted by Ted Tiller from Jewish Braille Review.
Checks
Bram Stroker's fam6Us 19th
Century vampire novel, opens
All New Spring
at Wayne State University's Criterion to View
Fashions
Bonstelle Theater March 15
Musical
at
Center
for a two week-run.
Criterion. Club will attend
Open Sunday
* * *
the musical revue, "Two
Noon til 4
Peter Barnes' "THE RUL- Knights with Nancy," star-
ING CLASS," the London ring Nancy_Gurwin and com-
Sat. til 6, daily 9:30 - 5
stage hit that was made into pany, March 16 at Center
the recent widely discussed Theater.
film, makes its first local
Friends and guests wishing
stage appearance this month
tickets, may call Betty Wein-
when it joins the Hilberry berg,
559-5175.
Theater repertory. Official
opening is set for March 21,
Keep your ambition in the
with previews March 14, 15
141
subwe lam
and 16. It continues in the future tense by devoting most
repertory until the end of the of your time to eyeing the
Coolidge Corner 9 Mile, Oak Park
current season, May 25.
goal.

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