Center Opens Several of
Its Facilities June 24
, Announcement was made Wednesday, by the Jewish Com-
munity Center, that several-of its facilities will not be in operation
on Saturday afternoon, June 24.
A decision reached on Wednesday calls for the commencement
of these services:
The library will be open for reading purposes, but books will
not be circulated. The swimming pool and health club_ will be
opened, but the office will be closed and there will be no sales of
towels or other supplies. Those using the swimming pool will have
to bring their own towels, and those who do not carry anything on
the Sabbath may bring their swimming suits and towels on Fridays
in preparation for the Sabbath activities. None of the food facilities
will be available and nothing involving sales will be in operaton,
according to the Center announcement.
Urged to Aid Day
NEW YORK, (JTA)—A se-
ries of resolutions urging the
intensification of efforts on the
part of chapters and regions
of the Zionist Organization of
America to aid in the establish-
ment of new Jewish day schools
and to exercise influence on
local federations and welfare
funds to financially support
such schools, was adopted at
the closing session of a ZOA-
sponsored two - day • National
Conference on Jeviiish Educa-
The conference also recom-
mended vigorous - measures by
the ZOA to encourage the in-
tegration of Jewish education
with progressive summer camp-
ing. At the same time it urged
that a new system of adult edu-
cation be devised and be placed
under the supervision of a
special board of adult educa-
FOR YOUR BEN IT
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PARKLAWN & 9 MILE
DAVID COURLANDER SHOWS PRIMITIVE OILS IN 1957
David "Grandpa" Courlander,
a contemporary of Grandma
Moses, died Monday. He was 96.
Mr. Courlander, 21840 Ken-
osha, Oak Park, was a tailor.
•window dresser and had been a
farmer during the depression in
Romeo, but achieved national
recognition after his retirement
in 1932 from his hobby as a prim-
itive artist . . • which he began
not until 1952.
The new pastime, he said, was
to keep him young and busy.
Born in Bay City and raised
in Frankfort Station, Ill., Mr.
Courlander painted the things he
remembered as a young man.
Authorities termed his works
"fantastic" and "sensational."
Never tutored, Mr. Courlander
had several one-man shows, in-
cluding one at the Associated
American Artists' Galleries - in
New York and another at the
Ten Mile Branch of the Jewish
Center. Many Detroiters pur-
Road Service, complete Auto
Service and Repairs
D. Courlander, Nationally Known
Primitive Oil Painter, Dies at 96
Between 6 & 7 Mile Rd.
chased his paintings.
Surviving him are a son,
Harold; two daughters, Mrs. Sam-
uel Frane and Mrs. Lynn Nichols;
seven grandchildren and 10 great
Former Nazi Arrested
Again for War Crimes
FRANKFURT, (JTA) — An-
nouncement was made by the
State Prosecutor that Robert
Mulka, former aide to Ausch-
witz Commandant Fer dinand
Hoess, has been re-arrested.
Mulka, a former SS officer,
had been arrested once before
but, last March,' he was released
by an examining magistrate here
who ruled the ex-Nazi would
have jeopardized his own life if
he had refused to organize the
transport of Jews to the gas
chambers at Auschwitz. -
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