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April 26, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-26

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• F ngel-Schlussel Rites

Planned for June 25

MISS TOBY ENGEL

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Engel of
Addison Ave., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Toby Etta to Dr. Herschel Leib
Schlussel, son of Mrs. Irving W.
Schlussel of San Juan Dr. and the
late Mr. Schlussel.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Stern College for Women, Yeshiva
University, New York City. She
attends the Wayne State University
graduate school. Her fiance is a
graduate of the Wayne medical
school.
A June 25 wedding is planned.

B-G Interview on BBC

LONDON (JTA) — An inter-
view with former Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion and his late
wife, Paula, will be televised by
the British Broadcasting Co. on
Wednesday to mark the 20th anni-
versary of Israel's independence.
The filmed interview was con-
ducted by the British writer, Mal-
colm Muggeridge. It was Mrs. Ben-
Gurion's last interview before her
deatth.

MaiinoniaA tl'eat h Cenier
Tenants in Battle with Slum Landlord

NEW YORK (JTA) — A slum
landlord was forced to make badly
needed repairs in his tenement in
Brooklyn by its mostly Puerto
Rican residents after they were
organized into an active tenants
association through the efforts of
a Maimonides Medical Center com-
munity psychiatry team.
Their rents are currently being
held in escrow to force the land-
lord to complete needed repairs in
the building.
The effort was described by med-
ical center officials as a rather
unique example of the community
psychiatry services provided to
residents of the area by the medi-
cal center's community health
center. The effort for the tenement
families was undertaken in line
with the chief goals of the program
to protect both the physical health
and self-esteem of area resident.
The dramatic effort toward or-
ganized self-help began when a
team of Maimonides mental health
workers acted on a complaint filed
by 19 families in the building that
they had been living without heat
for two of the coldest weeks of the
winter because of a defective
chimney.
The tenement conditions were
called to the attention of Gerald
Beallor, a Maimonides psychia-
tric social worker, when one of
his patients cancelled an appoint-
ment because she feared her
_ apartment was too cold for him
to visit.
After hearing the report, a Com-
munity Mental Health Center team
headed by Sam Neuschatz, coor-
dinator of Maimonides community
organization programs, arranged
a meeting with families in the
building.
The meeting led to formation of
a tenants committee and the start
of an organized effort to compel

Israel Film .Sallah' at Jewish Center

the landlord to repair the chimney
and to remedy other long-standing
complaints, including leaky faucets,
loose plaster, broken fixtures and
delays in painting.
Members of the Community
Mental Health Center team took to
the telephone and bombarded the
landlord and building and housing
officials with complaints. Within a
few days, the landlord arranged to
repair the broken chimney and
heat was restored to the chilled
residents. After two visits by a
city building department inspector,
the landlord also replaced defec-
tive bathtubs, fixed holes and had
some plastering done. Rents were
reduced by 50 per cent.
When the tenants were served
with dispossess notices by the
landlord, a VISTA attorney gave
them legal help at a court hearing
where the judge declared in favor
of the tenants but also ruled that
full rents had to be paid. The rents
are being held in escrow, pending
a court determination that the
landlord has completed all repair
work needed, in a manner satis-
factory to the court.

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An exhibition of original Israeli
art and graphics will be an dis-
play daily at the Jewsh Center
Sunday through May 5 as part of
the Center's celebration of Israel
Independence Week.
Oil paintings, water colors,
gouaches, w o o d c u t s, etchings,
lithos, pastels and contis will be
on display and for sale.
Among the exhibiting artists are
Mane Katz, Ruth Schloss, Moshe
Gat, Zvi Raphaely, Reuven Rubin,
Steinhardt, Jonah Mach and Livni.
Admission is free to the public.

Hadassah Group Plans
Dramatic Reading

South Oakland County Chapter
Hadassah will present Addie
Beckerman in a dramatic reading,
"Old Markets, New World," 12:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Victor Moss, 24648 Lafayette Cir-
cle, Southfield. The Jewish News
regrets the error in date in last
week's issue.

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SUNDAY

AUXILIARY DRAMA GROUP
will hold rehearsal 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the home of the Bern-
ard Hoffmans, ,18987 Pennington.
This play, to be put on for the
coming convention, is called "Com-
mercially Yours." For information,
call Dorothy Goldberg, UN 2-6610.
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DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
135, will hold a luncheon and social
I games par t y noon Tuesday at
Federal Department Store, Oak-
man and Grand River. Prizes will
be awarded. Guests are invited.
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JOSEPH BALE POST will hold
an open meeting, to which the
community is invited, 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Robert Tindal will
discuss the New Detroit Com-
mittee. Refreshments w ill be
served.

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Dr. Feinstein to Speak
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Hayin Topol, young Israeli actor, is shown in his award-winning
role of "Sallah" and as he appears off-screen. "Sallah," a film comedy
which has won numerous awards, will be shown 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the Aaron DeRoy Theater, Jewish Center as part of the Israeli
Independence Week celebration. Tickets may be obtained at the
Center.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

35.

Dr. Otto Feinstein, associate
professor at Monteith College,
Wayne State University, will be
the second speaker in the 18th
annual Leo M. Franklin Memorial
Lectures in human relations at
WSU 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
Community Arts Auditorium.
Dr. Feinstein will discuss "Child-
hood Colonialism and the Right to
the Future." Theme for the series
is "The Rights of Children and
Youth."
There is no charge for admis-
sion. . The public is invited.
A scholar in the field of interna-
tional relations, Dr. Feinstein was
the editor of the Anchor Press
pocket book, "Two Worlds of
Change," and is currently editor
of the publication, "New University
Thought."

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BUENOS ARIES (JTA) — The
International Council of Jewish
Women opened its second annual
Latin American workshop here
Monday with a discussion on the
role of Jewish women in Latin
American communities.
Attending the four-day workshop U
are Mrs. Ronald Brown of Cleve-
land, president and Mrs. Susanna U
Frank of Sao Paulo and Dr. Rosa
Herczeg of Buenos Aires, vice U
presidents. Delegates from Brawn, U
Chile, Mexico and Uruguay and
observers from Venezuela and U
Peru are attending the conference U
which is co-sponsored by the U
Argentine Council of Jewish
Women. Some 600,000 women in
21 countries are affiliated with the
social service organization.
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