Center Tesitivail of the
Includes Work of Craftsmen
An exhibition of contemporary
art by Jewish artists from Detroit
and across the nation will be pre-
sented at the Jewish Center start-
ing 2 p.m. Feb. 25 and continuing
through March 10.
The show, focal point of the
Center's Arts Festival '68, will fea-
ture the works of two well-known
East Coast craftsmen. glass carver
Herman Perlman of Baltimore and
silversmith - sculptor Maxwell M.
Chayat of Springfield, N. J. Both
specialize in work with Jewish
Perlman, a former newspaper
cartoonist, is an observant Jew.
His glass carvings include Hasidic
themes, biblical and synagogue rep-
resentations and numerous other
contemporary and historic themes.
His glass carving and sandblasting
h-ve won commissions from all
over the United States, including
the White House. He will be at the
show Feb. 25 and 26. Along with
his completed pieces, he is bringing
several unfinished blocks of glass
which he will craft to order.
Paris-born Chayat, a former art
teacher whose metal sculptures
appear in several temples in the
East, will send to the festival hand-
kidush cups and
H is sculpture,
"Victims of the
lonated by a
trustee of t h e
exhibit at the
Rnai Brith Build-
The show will offer art produced
by top local artists, including rep-
resentative pieces from leading
Detroit galleries. It will include
more than 600 original oil paint-
ings, water colors, sculpture,
graphics, drawings and lithographs.
Everything shown will be for sale.
A Young Collectors' Corner will
offer fine art values at prices
ranging from $5 up.
The art exhibit will be open after-
noons and evenings Sundays
through Thursdays, and on Satur-
Mrs. Allen Berlin is the chair-
man of the art committee for
Adas Shalom Unit Sets
Day in Rouge Park
Ice skating and tobogganing will
be on the schedule at the win-
ter snow party of PGASP (Post
Graduate Adas Shalom Presents)
Sunday at Rouge Park. The activity
is open to single adults, age 21-35.
The group will meet 1 p.m. in
front of Adas Shalom Synagogue.
where transportation arrangements
will be made.. Toboggans may be
rented at the park.
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CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
Herman Perlman, Baltimore artist whose glass carvings have
won commissions from throughout the United States, including the
White House, will be at the Jewish Center Art Festival Feb. 25
and 26 to demonstrate his award-winning craft and show a number
of his finished pieces. Here he is shown with three works on
religious themes, "Moses," "Hasidic Wedding" and "The Cantor."
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This Week's Radio and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "His Name Shall Be
Known," a documentary about the
life of Charles Jordan, executive
vice chairman of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
Sun. 12 to 5 p.m.
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A Tora crown with the words will be presented.
"Adonai Melekh," Lord Our
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King, is the work of artist Max-
Time: 6:30 p.m. Monday.
well M. Chayat of Springfield,
Station: Channel 56.
N. J., who will be represented
Feature: Tiny Tov and company
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at the Jewish Center's Arts Fes-
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HEAR OUR VOICE
Oak Pk. Symphony Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
to Include Cantata Feature: Cantor Harold Orbach
of Temple Israel follows the sing-
Dedicated to Adler ing Israeli from the kibutz through
the countryside, from dawn to
Louis P. Miller, chairman of the dusk, and comments on his song
board of directors of the Oak Park and style.
Symphony Society, and Mrs. Kay
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Ruby, president, announce the final
concert of the 1967-68 series will
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
feature the first performance of an
Station: Channel 2.
original cantata, "Sorrows of
Dr. Morton Plotnick
David," by Louis Weingarden 8:15
be interviewed by Cantor Har-
p.m. March 12 at Ferndale High
old Orbach of Temple Israel on U
Weingarden h a s dedicated the the forthcoming "Festival 68" at
cantata to the memory of the late the Jewish Center.
Rabbi Morris Adler of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Dr. Robert Klot-
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
man is conductor.
Also featured on the program
Feature: Dr. Jakob J. Petuchow-
will be the "Sacred Service" by
Ernest Bloch. Guest artists will be ski, professor of rabbinics and
theology at the Hebrew •
the Kenneth Jewell Chorale, and
Cantor Louis Klein of Cong. Bnai Union College—Jewish Institute of
Moshe. Rabbi Irwin Groner is also Religion in Cincinnati will discuss
"Religious Thought in Our Time." •
on the program.
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Admission is by season member-
ship, or single ticket purchased at
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
the Oak Park Community Center,
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Mumford Music, Harrison Violins,
or the Royal Music Center.
Feature: Rabbi Kagan will speak
on "The Ten Commandments." A
will explore the topic
Dr. Yehuda Bauer to Talk discussion
"Are Women 'Second-Class Citi-
fantastic clearance your
on Israel's Peace Efforts zens' in Tora-Judaism?" Habad
"Efforts to Implement Peace Youth Choir will provide musical
With the Arabs" will be the sub- interlude.
ject of a lecture by Dr. Yehuda
Bauer 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Alcohol Education Group
The National Foundation for Al-
Americans for Progressive Is-
rael—Hashomer Hatzair—is spon- cohol Education, dedicated to in-
soring the public meeting. Dr.
Bauer, historian, author and lec- of alcohol, is open to anyone in-
turer at the Hebrew University, terested in doing more about the
is presently in the United States subject and learning of its effects.
on a research assignment for the For details write Charles Roby,
Joint Distribution Committee and president, National Foundation for
Alcohol Education, 5000 York,
as a guest lecturer at the Jewish
Institute of Religion in New York. Baltimore 21212.
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