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January 30, 1970 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-30

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105 Artists at Sholem Aleichem

Little Art Show Comes of Age

For six months, more than 50
women volunteers have worked on
the seventh annual art show, fea- t
turing 2,000 art works by 105 '
Michigan artists, to be held Feb.
6-8 at the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute.
Chairman of the art show com-
mittee is Mrs. Herbert Schein;
and co-chairman, Mrs. Lawrence
Tourkow. Other committee chair-
men include Mesdames Jack
Cohen and Molly Haar, tickets;
William Feinberg, Gertrude For-
man and Stanford Rubach, decor,
Paul Gold, sales volunteer; George
M. Zeltzer, functional arrange-
ments; Gertrude Forman and
Irving Panusb, sales procedures;
Alan Grundy and Harry Roth, re-
freshments, and Steve Barrer,
display.

Mrs. Jack Mandiberg, who
with Mrs. Raymond Henkin in-
augurated the art show seven
years ago, is assisted by Mrs.
Robert Sobel in the selection of
art to be exhibited and sold.

Mrs. Mandiberg said the show
is a far cry from its beginnings
when there were 50 artists and
about 250 oils, watercolors, sculp-

Dr. Morris Goodman
Heads Wayne Team
Studying Man, Apes

Dr. Morris Goodman, head of a
team studying molecular relation-
ships between man and other pri-
mates, believes 10 years of re-
search at Wayne State University's
School of Medicine will change
some branches on the textbook
"evolutionary tree" and provide
an important basis for attempting
' to improve man's biological nature
in future centuries.
Dr. Goodman's team is compar-
ing human blood samples with those
of many species of monkeys and
apes. The resulting data is helping
to solve the sequence of ancestral
branching of the primates.
The work already has shown

that man is closer genetically to
some species of monkeys than
the monkeys are to each other.
According to the research, man
has more in common with Afri-
can apes (chimpanzees and goril-
las) than these apes have in
common with Asiatic apes (oran-
gutans and gibbons).
The data is leading to further

MISS CHARLENE GENSER

Teen-Agers Become
Center Board Members

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Three
teenagers, the first to serve on the
board of directors of the Valley
Cities Jewish Community Center of
the Los Angeles Jewish Centers
Association, started their one-year
terms on Jan. 1.
Peter G old e n r i n g, Matthew
Marsh and Nina Rosenfeld were
elected last November, after ap-
proval of a center constitutional
amendment allowing persons 16
and older to serve on the board.

study of the natural and geograph-
ical causes of these differences,
which research teams are trying
to relate to man himself.
It also is providing insight into
the molecular mechanisms of hu-
man evolution and its causes.
Prof. Goodman says this type of
data is being used to study factors
in the world today which are
shaping future changes in man.
The team is cooperating with
other researchers in Chicago,
Washington, California and Japan
who use the Wayne State data for
more intensive study.
Dr. Goodman is a professor of
anatomy at Wayne State and re-
search director for the Plymouth
State Home and Training Center
I at Northville.

activities •in Society

The formal installation of Rabbi Seymour M. Panitz by Beth Emeth
Congregation Philadelphia 7:30 p.m. Sunday will be solemnized by I
Rabbi S. Gershon Levi, vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America. Other dignitaries participating in the ceremonies will be
Rabbi Elias Charry, president of the Philadelphia Board of Rabbis:
Abram P. Piwosky, president of the Philadelphia Branch, United Syna-1
gogue; Rabbi Nathan H. Reisner, brother-in-law of the rabbi, Rabbi
David H. Panitz, brother of the rabbi; and Rabbi J. Harold Romirow-
sky, president, Philadelphia Branch, Rabbinical Assembly. Other
guests of honor will be Rev. and Mrs. Ezekiel Panitz, parents of the

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MRS. SAUL SAULSON
Marjorie Ellen Shuman became
the bride of Saul Shephard Saulson
in a recent ceremony at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin Gro-
ner and Cantors Jacob Barkin and
Jacob Sonenklar offiziated.
The bride was given in marriage.

by Martin J. Murav, her brother-
in-law. She is the daughter of Mrs.
Harry Shuman of Wyoming Rd.,
Huntington Woods, and the late
Mr. Shuman. The bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Morse R. Saulson
of Pembroke Rd. and the late Mr.
Saulson.

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her sister as matron of honor. Wil-
liam Saulson served his brother as
best man and ushers included Wil-
liam Davidson, Morris L. Fierberg,
Jeffrey J. Murav and Robert S.
Muray. Flower girls were Melinda
Saulson and Rochelle Muray.
Following a Caribbean honey-
moon, the couple will reside in
Birmingham.

Susan Cohen to 31arry
Peter 31. Schneiderman

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gown with appliques of guipure
lace, which was also carried out
on the detachable chapel-length
train. Her headpiece was a Dior
bow with matching lace and silk
illusion. She carried her conse-
cration Bible covered with or- 4(
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Saturday and Sunday!

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MISS SUSAN COHEN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen of
Southfield Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Susan to Peter Marc
Schneiderman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Schneiderman of
Birchcrest Dr.
The bride-elect is a graduate of -4IC
Wayne State University Mr. .„Ir
Schneiderman, a graduate of the '-
University of Michigan, is a senior
at Wayne State University Law
School.
A June 6 wedding is planned.

A Dig at Israel's Hobby

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Publicity
rabbi, his wife Barbara and other members of his family.
about several recent outstanding
After a separation of 21 years, Louis Davidson of Belmont Ave., archeological finds in Israel has
Southfield, was reunited with his sister, Mrs. Gita Schwartz of Johan-
nesburg, South Africa. Mrs. Schwartz visited with another brother in inspired a wry joke now making
rounds in Tel Aviv:
Cincinnati, whom she hadn't seen in 58 years, when he left Lithuania to the
"The Jews are known as the
come to America. He and Mr. Davidson, who followed his brother to
People of the Book. When other
this country, helped the remainder of their family to emigrate. How- peoples dig in the ground, they
ever, the U.S. placed a quota on immigration, and the others went to find oil, copper, iron, gold, silver,
ago in
Johannesburg instead. Mr. Davidson visited his sister 21 years
Detroiters diamonds. We Jews dig and what
South Africa. He said she is willing to convey greetings from
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and
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One More Day for Aliens

Walter A Sahli of the Detroit
Immigration and Naturalization
Service reminds all aliens that
one day remains to report their
addresses.
Cards with which to make the
reports are available at Post
I Offices and offices of the Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Service. The
reports must be submitted to one
1 of those offices.

Friday, January 30, 1970-27

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tures and woodcuts. About 1,000
people attended the first show.
This year, some 10,000 are expect-
ed to attend.
Mrs. Henkin is one of 70 docents
at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
After two years of training, she
is qualified to lead tours through
the entire museum or special
museum exhibits.
Mrs. Mandiberg, who is in
charge of inviting the artists to
exhibit in this year's show, knows
more than 70 of the 105 artists on
a personal basis. Her own collec-
tion includes the works of prom-
inent Michigan artists.

March Wedding Slated
by Charlene Beth Genser l

Mrs. Kay Genser of Gardner
Ave., Oak Park, announces the en-
gagement of her daughter Char-
lene Beth to Leslie Myerson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Myerson
of Las Vegas. Miss Genser is the
daughter of the late Mr. Leo Gen-
ser.
A March 8 wedding is planned.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Saulson-Shuman Vote's
Said at Shaa ty-Zedek .

were $210

were $150

were $115

were $85

were $75

Saturday and Sunday!

$ 66 25

Saturday and Sunday!

$ 52 5°

Saturday and Sunday!
$3750

Saturday and Sunday!

$ 2875

Saturday and Sunday!

$ 21 25

Saturday and Sunday!

$1875

GREEN-8 ONLY!
* GREENFIELD-8 MILE ROADS!
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